iCare approved in China

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The iCare tonometer (Tiolat) has been approved for use in China by the country's State Food and Drug Administration (SFDA); the tonometer is now approved in every major global market.

The iCare tonometer (Tiolat) has been approved for use in China by the country's State Food and Drug Administration (SFDA); the tonometer is now approved in every major global market.

The tonomoter is a first-of-its-kind portable device that does not require anaesthesia, making it especially suitable for children. It features an ultralight, sensitive probe which, as it makes only momentary contact with the eye, avoids corneal reflexes such as blinking.

The iCare, and its veterinary version TonoVet, is sold in over 50 countries worldwide.

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