CT-1/1P, Non-Contact Tonometer & Pachymeter
  • Description
  • The Topcon CT-1 is a fully automated (R/L eye) non-contact tonometer providing measurement of Intraocular Pressure (IOP). Combining a softer puff of air and a new ergonomic chinrest, the CT-1 provides more comfort for the patient. With the CT-1P model, Central Corneal Thickness (CCT) can be measured using the Pachymetry feature to provide an adjusted IOP. The rotating touch panel monitor allows for a smaller foot print compared to traditional non-contact tonometers, while providing full control from any position around the patient.

  • Key Features
    • Fully automated measurement (R/L)
    • Pachymetry measurement for Central Corneal Thickness (CCT) (CT-1P model)
    • IOP adjustment based on CCT
    • EMR ready
    • Softer air puff (55% < CT-80)
    • Ergonomic chinrest design
    • Rotating touch panel monitor for smaller foot print
    • ‘Triple Safe’ patient safety measures include a preset distance between the cornea and nozzle, a too close warning display and an audible buzzer sound.
  • Specifications
  • Brochures
  • End User Materials
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  • Health Canada Medical Device License
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    Health Canada MDL: CT-1/1P, Non-Contact Tonometer & Pachymeter
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    Health Canada MDL: CT-1/1P, Non-Contact Tonometer & Pachymeter
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  • Articles & Publications
  • Title: Topcon Cares – Disinfection Guide
    Author(s): Topcon Healthcare
    Publisher: Topcon Corporation
    Type: THQ Information
    Release Date: July 6, 2020
    Summary:
    Title: Cleaning and Disinfecting Instructions Pretest Equipment
    Type: THQ Information
    Release Date: May 7, 2020
    Summary:

    The following instructions are intended for the cleaning of the external surfaces of Topcon pretest equipment and the disinfection of the parts of the instrument that come in contact with the patient.

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CT-1-1P