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I've enclosed the relevant section from the current RCOphth guidance (https://www.rcophth.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/2012_PROF_174_Ophthalmic-Instrument-Decontamination.pdf)
3.1 "It is unnecessary to use disposable tonometry for all routine cases. There is no evidence that using single-use devices for all routine is cost-effective in reducing infection risk. It is acceptable to use reusable tonometer prisms provided that they are decontaminated correctly between patients. Cellular and proteinaceous debris can be present on tonometers after use, although the cornea is now regarded as low risk for prion infectivity. After each use, and before being allowed to dry, re-usable prisms should ideally be rinsed in water, washed with soap/detergent and rinsed again, then immersed in 1% sodium hypochlorite solution for at least 10 minutes; after which they should be rinsed (using sterile water) and dried."
There's an interesting article in Eye by Hillier et al and a letter in the BJO by Mehta et al which are worth having a look at if you have time. Hope you find them helpful. Aspheric Aspheric (talk) 21:30, 13 June 2015 (UTC)
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