The IOP (intraocular pressure or eye pressure) should be measured in the cases of red eyes, cases of corneal edema, orbital diseases and a history of glaucoma or lens luxation in the opposite eye. Too high or too low pressure can cause by a variety of serious eye diseases. Increased IOP, glaucoma, is a common eye disease in dogs, cats which can causes irreversible blindness and pain. Certain breeds of dog are commonly affected by glaucoma, but any dog – mixed or purebred – can be affected. One of the procedures that principally useful in in diagnosis of glaucoma is tonometry.

Newer generation Tonovet plus tonometer is used for measuring IOP on animal patient. As with all advanced Tonometer animal patient does not require anesthetic drugs in majority of the cases. Tonovet plus tonometer based on a rebound measuring principle, in which light weight probe is used to make momentary contact with the cornea (Transparent layer on the eye) and device display results on the screen.

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Our Clinic is located at the corner of South East Marine drive and Fraser Street. We have plenty of underground free parking spaces for 2 hrs. which have entrance located at Fraser Street. Free parking is also available at Chester Street

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