Enjoy the convenience of at-home eye pressure monitoring with iCARE® HOME2 - Say goodbye to the hassle of frequent eye pressure check-ups at the doctors office for as low as $250 per week!
Make it yours - Xala Health offers flexible purchase and rental options to suit your needs.
Closely tracking your IOP—on a daily and/or night-time basis—may be crucial to choosing the best glaucoma treatment for you.
We Make Measuring Eye Pressures at Home EASY, FAST, & PAINLESS.
By monitoring your IOP at home even at night, your doctor will have the whole picture of your IOP levels – not just the limited information gathered in clinical settings.
With iCare® HOME2, you get to use the same high precision rebound technology used at your eye doctors office.
All data gathered by your iCare® HOME2 tonometer is automatically collected and then transmitted to your doctor.
Measure your eye pressure wherever you are
The iCare HOME2 tonometer is a one-of-a-kind, easy-to-use solution for you to measure and monitor your IOP. You can take measurements effortlessly, outside of a clinical setting, without the need for a local anesthetic or any special preparation.
The measurements are quick, gentle, and safe to perform as part of your daily routines — you can be lying in bed, reclining in your comfortable chair, or sitting at the kitchen table. The iCare HOME2 tonometer is lightweight and, thanks to a custom-designed case, easy to carry around.
Monitor and share measurements with your doctor seamlessly
After measuring your intraocular pressure with the iCare HOME2, you can upload and share your IOP data effortlessly with your eye care professional using the iCare PATIENT2 mobile app. This application works on both Android and iOS devices.
Long-term IOP monitoring offers your doctor accurate, reliable, and real-world information that can help them tailor a personalized glaucoma treatment plan for you.
Reassure yourself by tracking your IOP every day and empower yourself by participating more actively in your own glaucoma care journey.
Keeping an eye on your IOP
Elevated intraocular pressure (IOP) is the only modifiable risk factor for glaucoma. This makes frequent IOP monitoring an important tool in glaucoma management.
Being able to measure your own IOP at different times of the day as part of your daily routine, offers a comprehensive picture of real-world fluctuations in eye pressure and the effectiveness of treatment. With this additional information, your doctor may be able to personalize your treatment plan more effectively.