Intraocular pressure measurement over soft contact lens by rebound tonometer: a comparative study.

  • Nacaroglu S
  • Un E
  • Ersoz M
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AIM To evaluate the intraocular pressure (IOP) measurements by Icare rebound tonometer over a contact lens in comparison with Goldmann applanation tonometry (GAT). METHODS Fifty patients using contact lens were included in this study. One of the eyes of the patients was selected randomly and their IOP were measured by rebound tonometer with and without contact lens (RTCL, RT respectively) and by GAT, as well as their central corneal thickness (CCT) by optical pachymeter. The results of both methods were compared by correlation analysis, general linear method repeated measure and Bland-Altman analysis. RESULTS Mean IOP values measured by RTCL, RT and GAT were 15.68±3.7, 14.50±3.4 and 14.16±2.8 (P

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  • Senay Asik Nacaroglu

  • Emine Seker Un

  • Mehmet Giray Ersoz

  • Yelda Tasci

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