I-PEN ® VET
THE NEW STANDARD FOR DIAGNOSING DRY EYE DISEASE
I-PEN® VET, the world’s first, hand-held, point-of-care, solid-state electronic diagnostic testing device to detect and indirectly measure the elevated tear film osmolarity levels associated with mild, moderate and severe KCS.
NEW TEAR OSMOLARITY TESTING DEVICE
- • Quantitative measurement of osmolarity
- • Quick and simple point-of-care test
- • Reproducible, accurate and reliable results
- • Uses Single-Use-Sensors (SUSs)
HOW TEAR FILM OSMOLARITY WORKS
The I-PEN® VET Osmolarity System is a solid-state electronic diagnostic device for the quantitative measurement of osmolarity (concentration of dissolved salts in solution) of tears in normal and Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca (KCS) patients.
The I-PEN® VET Osmolarity system, used in conjunction with the I-PEN® VET Osmolarity Single-Use-Sensors (SUS), provides a quick and simple method for determining tear osmolarity of the tissues bathed in the tear film of the papabral conjunctiva. After contact with the eyelid tissue, the I-PEN® VET will display a quantitative tear osmolarity test result on the liquid crystal display (LCD) in units of mOsms/L. No calculations required. The I-PEN® VET Osmolarity Test utilizes an impedance measurement to provide an indirect assessment of osmolarity of the tear film of the eye.
The I-PEN® VET is used as an in-practice screening device both for patients presenting with dry eye symptoms and for all pre-and post-surgical patients. In addition, the I-PEN® VET is an invaluable asset for monitoring the progress of KCS treatment therapies.
The I-PEN® VET is for professional in-vivo diagnostic use only.
If you are interested in setting up an in-office demonstration with one of our representatives to learn more about the I-PEN® VET, please feel free to contact us.
I-PEN® VET SINGLE-USE-SENSORS
The I-PEN® VET Osmolarity Single-Use-Sensor, in conjunction with the I-PEN® Vet Osmolarity System, provides a quick and simple method for determining tear osmolarity using impedance measurements of the saline concentration of the extracellular fluid contained in the eyelid tissue. To perform a test, attach a new single-use-sensor into the system reader and touch the tip of the single-use- sensor to the inner tissue of the lower eyelid.
I-PEN® VET SINGLE-USE-SENSORS are sold per box of 50 sensors.