iCare PATIENT2 17+

IOP review - iCare HOME2

Icare Finland Oy

    • Free



iCare PATIENT2 is a smart way to manage your intraocular pressure (IOP) measurements and track your IOP changes. As a patient, you can actively contribute to the management of your glaucoma by taking frequent IOP measurements at home and outside of office hours. The iCare PATIENT2 app is used together with the iCare HOME2 tonometer. The IOP measurements from the iCare HOME2 tonometer can be transferred to the iCare PATIENT2 app and further to the iCare CLOUD or to your healthcare provider’s database. The application allows you to record, track and analyze your IOP measurement results. With the iCare PATIENT2 app, you can share your IOP results with your ophthalmologist. Daily measurements can help your ophthalmologist get a better overview of changes in your IOP status. This way, your ophthalmologist can make more informed decisions regarding your glaucoma treatment.
The iCare HOME2 tonometer is easy to use in your daily routine. The iCare tonometers use rebound technology, where the rapid and light touch of the measurement probe provides a comfortable measurement without air puff or anesthetics. The results from iCare HOME2 tonometer are reliable as has been proven in multiple scientific studies.

- Store and access your IOP measurement results anywhere, anytime.
- View your IOP measurement results in a graph to better visualize and detect important changes in your IOP.
- Transfer your IOP measurements from your iCare HOME2 tonometer via Bluetooth.
- Measurement results can be stored in the iCare CLOUD or in the database of your healthcare provider. Your healthcare provider must have an iCare CLINIC account in order to use this feature.

Note: Read the “iCare PATIENT2 Instruction manual for iOS”, “iCare PATIENT2 and EXPORT Quick Guide for mobile phones and PC” and “iCare HOME2 Instruction Manual” before using iCare PATIENT2 app with iCare HOME2 tonometer. If you need help in using the iCare HOME2 tonometer, contact your healthcare professional.

Use the tonometer only for measuring intraocular pressure. Any other use is improper. The manufacturer is not liable for any damage arising from improper use, or for the consequences of such use. Patients must not modify or discontinue their treatment plan without receiving guidance from a healthcare professional.

What’s New

Version 1.1.3

The Info view was updated with medical device regulation (MDR) related information.

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