The eyePressure device is a low cost, single patient use device that empowers the primary healthcare community and pharmacy staff with a tool to identify patients with high eye pressure.  It is a simple hand held device that is easily applied to the patients eye and provides a stop light system indication of pressure.  Green - normal (less than 21 mm Hg), Orange - needs further investigation and Red - high, urgent attention required.

Ocular hypertension or high eye pressure is a condition that primary health practitioners have difficulty detecting.  Patients typically go undetected or are found with the condition on referral to a specialist. 

Validated by the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Melbourne, Australia it will be rolled to primary health networks.  The device will become a standard of care for primary health care workers and pharmacy staff to detect high eye pressure which is an indication of glaucoma.

Please see the eyePressure website at for more information.

You can find the information video on YouTube.

You can find the demonstration video on YouTube.

For more information, please email