Goldmann applanation tonometer

Gold·mann ap·pla·na·tion to·nom·e·ter

(gōldt'mahn),
an applanation tonometer that flattens only 3 mm2 of cornea, used with a slitlamp.

Gold·mann ap·pla·na·tion to·no·me·ter

(gōld'mahn ap'lă-nā'shŭn tō-nom'ĕ-tĕr)
An applanation tonometer that flattens only 3 sq. mm of cornea, used with a slitlamp; used to measure intraocular pressure.

Goldmann,

Hans, Swiss ophthalmologist, 1899-1991.
Goldmann applanation tonometer - an applanation tonometer that flattens only 3 sq mm of cornea, used with a slit-lamp.
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There are a number of devices available to measure IOP, but the slitlamp mounted Goldmann applanation tonometer remains the reference standard by which all new tonometers are compared.
IOP was measured with the standard Goldmann applanation tonometer at the same time every morning.
30) In most studies, comparisons with the Goldmann applanation tonometer indicate that the noncontact tonometer is reliable within the normal IOP range.
The most commonly used tonometer is the Goldmann Applanation tonometer (Fig.
The Goldmann applanation tonometer (GAT) remains the gold standard for IOP measurement, but there are so many patients, you just can't get on a chin rest.
Goldmann and Schmidt originally reported that the average IOP in 400 eyes measured using the Goldmann applanation tonometer was 15.
We have also distributed some slit lamps and few s/h Keeler Pulsairs--supplemented by two new Keeler Intellipuff NCTs, 15 gonioscopes and four Goldmann applanation tonometers which I purchased myself.