PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATIONS

Modified Goldmann Prism Intraocular Pressure Measurement Accuracy and Correlation to Corneal Biomechanical Metrics: Multicentre Randomised Clinical Trial

McCafferty SJ, Tetrault K, McColgin A, et al Modified Goldmann prism intraocular pressure measurement accuracy and correlation to corneal biomechanical metrics: multicentre randomised clinical trial British Journal of Ophthalmology Published Online First: 22 February 2019. doi: 10.1136/bjophthalmol-2018-313470

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Intraocular Pressure Measurement Accuracy and Repeatability of a Modified Goldmann Prism: Multicenter Randomized Clinical Trial

Sean McCafferty, Kyle Tetrault, Ann McColgin, Warren Chue, Jason Levine, Melissa Muller. American Journal of Ophthalmology. December 2018 Volume 196, Pages 145–153.

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Goldmann tonometry tear-film error and partial correction with a shaped applanation surface

McCafferty S, Enikov E, Schwiegerling J, Ashley S. Accepted for publication in Clinic Ophthalmology 4 January 2018 Volume 2018:12; 71-78.

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The Goldmann Tonometer Error Correcting Prism: Clinical Evaluation

McCafferty S, Lim G, Duncan W, Enikov E, Schwiegerling J. Clinical Ophthalmology 2017 11:835-40.

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The Goldmann and Error Correcting Tonometry Prisms Compared to Intracameral Pressure

McCafferty S, Levine J, Schwiegerling J, Enikov E. Accepted for publication in BMC Ophthalmology. Published 1/4/2018.

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The Goldmann applanation tonometry error relative to true intracameral Intraocular pressure in vitro and in vivo

McCafferty S, Levine J, Schwiegerling J, Enikov E. BMC Ophthalmology 2017 17:215.

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The Goldmann Tonometer Prism with an Optimized Error Correcting Applanation Surface

McCafferty S, Lim G, Duncan W, Enikov E, Schwiegerling J. Translational Vision Science & Technology 2016; Vol. 5: pages 1-5.

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February 2019
CATS Tonometer, LLC has 1 Million+ Reasons to Rejoice.

Every day CATS Tonometer, LLC is one step closer to achieving its mission to provide the world’s eye care clinicians with the sight-saving intraocular pressure (IOP) data captured using the CATS Tonometer Prism™.

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October 2018
FDA-Cleared CATS Tonometer Reusable Prism™ Improves IOP Measurement Accuracy For At-Risk Patients by 94 Percent Based on Clinical Studies.

The recently FDA-cleared CATS Tonometer Reusable Prism™ has been shown to significantly improve intraocular pressure (IOP) measurement accuracy for at risk patients by 94 percent based on rigorous and consistently repeatable clinical tests as compared with the Goldmann Applanation Tonometer (GAT) IOP Prism.

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