Influence of electromagnetic radiation emitted by daily-use electronic devices on the Eyemate® System. Nov. 2019 Conclusion: Measurements made by the eyemate® system showed no apparent signal drift or evidence of being influenced by external electromagnetic radiation produced by the devices that we tested. Patients who already have the eyemate®-IO sensor implanted, and those who are considering to have one, should be informed that the electromagnetic radiation emitted by their daily-use electronic devices does not interfere with IOP measurements made by the eyemate® system.
Telemetric measurement of intraocular pressure via an implantable pressure sensor – twelve-month results from the ARGOS-02 trial. 23.09.2019 The aim of this study was to investigate the safety and performance of the second generation of an implantable intraocular pressure (IOP) sensor in patients with primary open angle glaucoma (POAG).
Influence of physiological Parameters on IOP during physical activity - a Pilot study with the EYEMATE-IO™ 07.06.2019 Accurate measurements of intraocular pressure by clinically available methods is typically limited to static situations in standard body positions. The aim of this pilot study was to employ a novel telemetric intraocular pressure sensor (EYEMATE-IO™, Implandata Ophthalmic Products GmbH, Hannover, Germany)for recording IOP during different body positions and physical activities.
Correlation between blood pressure, intraocular pressure and intracranial pressure – a pilot study 07.06.2019 To simultaneously measure intraocular pressure (IOP), intracranial pressure (ICP) and blood pressure (BP) variations in glaucoma patients previously provided with an implantable intraocular sensor (EYEMATE-IOTM), while inducing controlled orthostatic pressure variations with the use of a tilt table.
Telemetric Intraocular Pressure Monitoring after Boston Keratoprosthesis surgery with the Eyemate-IO Sensor: Dynamics in the first year 07.06.2019 To analyse the dynamics of telemetrically measured intraocular pressure (IOP) during year one after implantation of a Boston Keratoprosthesis Type I (BI-KPro). To compare agreement of telemetric IOP measurements with finger palpation and to analyze the potential of home self-tonometry.
Effect of gaze direction and lid squeezing on intraocular pressure in glaucoma patients using a novel implantable intraocular sensor 07.06.2019 Quantification of immediate intraocular pressure (‘IOP’) changes in response to voluntary eye globe movement and lid squeezing
Telemetric Intraocular Pressure Monitoring after Boston Keratoprosthesis surgery with the Eyemate-IO Sensor: Dynamics in the first year 22.02.2019 To analyse the dynamics of telemetrically measured intraocular pressure (IOP) during year one after implantation of a Boston Keratoprosthesis Type I (BI-KPro) and to compare agreement of telemetric IOP measurements with finger palpation
Miniaturization in Glaucoma Monitoring and Treatment: A Review of New Technologies That Require a Minimal Surgical Approach 06.02.2019 This review focuses on the Eyemate (Argos) intraocular sensor, which offers a new way to reliably measure 24 h IOP, and on intraocular sustained release systems for pharmacological glaucoma therapy.
Automated, Noncontact Intraocular Pressure Home Monitoring after Implantation of a Novel Telemetric Intraocular Pressure Sensor in Patients with Glaucoma: A Feasibility Study 06.12.2018 Purpose. Reliable and regular assessment of intraocular pressure (IOP) is important for the monitoring of patients with glaucoma. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the feasibility of a novel system for the automated, noncontact measurement of IOP.
Potential Savings from Visit Reduction of Continuous Intraocular Pressure Monitoring
12.2018 1Jiaxi Dong, 2Zeba A Syed; 1Kenneth Fan; 1Ali F Yahya; 1,2Samir A Melki
Telemetric Intraocular Pressure Monitoring after Boston Keratoprosthesis Surgery
10.2018 Telemetric Intraocular Pressure Monitoring after Boston Keratoprosthesis Surgery
Implantation and testing of a novel episcleral pressure transducer: A new approach to telemetric intraocular pressure monitoring
07.02.2018 Intraocular pressure (IOP) is the most important risk factor for the progression of glaucomatous optic neuropathy and glaucoma-associated visual field defects (Bengtsson et al., 2007; Heijl et al., 2002; Tan et al., 2015).
Long-term follow-up after implantation of a telemetric intraocular pressure sensor in patients with glaucoma: a safety report 17.11.2017 Long-term follow-up after implantation of a telemetric intraocular pressure sensor in patients with glaucoma: a safety report
Antonis Koutsonas MD, Peter Walter MD, Gernot Roessler MD and Niklas Plange MD Department of Ophthalmology, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany Correspondence: Dr Antonis Koutsonas, Dept. of Ophthalmology, RWTH Aachen University, Pauwelsstr. 30, 52074 Aachen, Germany E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Short running title: Long-term ocular pressure sensor follow-up Received 30 May 2017; accepted 7 November 2017 Conflict of interest: None Funding sources: Financial support of the original 1-year study was provided by Implandata Ophthalmic Products GmbH, Hannover, Germany
Investigation of a novel implantable suprachoroidal pressure transducer for telemetric intraocular pressure monitoring*
02.06.2017 Intraocular Pressure (IOP) is an important and modifiable risk factor for glaucoma progression.
IOP fluctuations and spikes often remain undetected despite clinical routine examinations.