Passive Intraocular Pressure Sensors & Patient-Worn Monitorying Recorder

A device for passively measuring intraocular pressure of a patient including an in vivo sensor and an instrument external to the patient for remotely energizing the sensor, thereby permitting the instrument to determine the intraocular pressure. The device directly and continuously measures the intraocular pressure of a patient. The in vivo sensor in the intraocular pressure monitor includes a capacitive pressure sensor and an inductive component. An instrument, external to the patient, measures the pressure, provides readout of the pressure values and determines the intraocular pressure.
Patent (Set) 6,579,235

US 6,579,235

Inventor(s): Frankel, Roddy

Type of Offer: Licensing

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