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A comparison of Keeler noncontact tonometry with Reichert noncontact tonometry

1 May 1990


Eighty subjects between 21 and 48 years of age were measured for lOP on both the Keeler Pulsair and Reichert NCT tonometers. Statistical analysis revealed a high correlation (r=-0.82) and no significant difference in the measured lOP between these two instruments. Both devices proved to be clinically useful m the measurement of intraocular pressure, especially as a screening tool.


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