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Jai Drishti Eye Hospital

Udaipur, Rajasthan

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Jai Drishti Eye Hospital - Service Provider of phacoemulsification cataract surgery, nd yag laser treatment service & treating glaucoma service since 2006 in Udaipur, Rajasthan.
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Phacoemulsification Cataract Surgery
A cataract clouds the lens of the eye causing vision loss that interferes with daily activities.  The only effective means of restoring vision is to perform surgery to remove and replace them with permanent artificial lenses.

Phacoemulsification Cataract Surgery which is regularly done in Jai Drishti Eye Hospital, Udaipur is the most modern and safe technique for cataract surgery. Phacoemulsification, or phaco is method of cataract surgery in which the eye’s internal lens is emulsified using ultrasonic energy and replaced with an intraocular lens implant or IOL. 

Phaco surgery is performed with a small ultrasonic probe inserted into the eye via a 2 to 3 mm incision. This probe breaks the cloudy lens into tiny pieces and sucks the fragments out of the eye. Than a permanent foldable artificial lens (called an intraocular lens or IOL) is inserted. Surgery is performed under a local anesthesia to prevents movement of the eye. 

The patient is advised to rest for at least 24 hours, until he or she returns for follow-up. Only light meals are recommended on the day of surgery. The patient may experience some eye pain or discomfort. Usually, over-the-counter medications are advised for pain relief, but patients should check with their doctors. 

Patients are advised to wear an eye shield while sleeping, and refrain from rubbing the eye for at least two weeks. During that time, the doctor will give the patient special tinted sunglasses. Unlike other types of cataract extraction, patients can resume normal activity almost immediately after phaco. 

Subsequent exams are usually at one week, three weeks, and six to eight weeks following surgery. This can change, however, depending on any complications or any unusual postoperative symptoms. 

After the healing process, the patient will probably need new corrective lenses, at least for close vision. While IOLs can remove the need for myopic correction, patients will probably need new lenses for close work.

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ND Yag Laser Treatment Service
nd YAG LASER Treatment for Posterior Capsular Opacification
A cataract is the clouding of the natural human lens. The human lens is encased by a delicate clear membrane called the "capsule". With modern micro incision cataract surgery, a round opening is made in the front of the capsule and the cataract is removed through this opening. The back portion of the capsule (known as the posterior capsule) is left in place and used to fixate the intraocular lens in the same location as the natural lens.

nd YAG LASER for posterior capsular opacification is done at Jai Drishti Eye Hospital at very affordable cost.

This membrane, referred to as the posterior capsule, is usually initially clear and transparent. It is not uncommon after cataract surgery for this initially clear posterior capsule to become cloudy months to years after the surgery. Many patients will never develop this clouding and will never need a YAG Laser. It is more likely to develop in young patients and following the removal of certain type of cataracts. Like a healing response, the tendency for the capsule to later cloud varies with the individual. The intraocular lens implant that Dr. Ullman utilizes has been shown to decrease frequency of this membrane becoming cloudy and subsequently the need for a YAG Laser treatment. 

If your posterior capsule becomes cloudy it will cause a progressive reduction in vision and can mimic a lot of the symptoms you had initially with your cataract (blurred vision, halos, etc). When the posterior capsule becomes so cloudy that it is affecting your vision a YAG Laser treatment is usually recommended. In the past, the membrane had to be opened with a knife and there were significant risks since the eye was opened. However, with the advent of the YAG Laser treatment the risks have been significantly reduced. 

The microscopic light beam of the YAG laser is focused through the transparent cornea onto the cloudy membrane. The laser than creates an opening in the central aspect of the cloudy membrane. Once the opening is created by the laser, it will remain open and should not need to be repeated. There is no potential for infection or wound complications, and no need for reduced physical activities after the laser procedure. 

The procedure is performed on an outpatient basis at the Baptist Medical Park ASC. There is no need to change clothing, and there are no restrictions on diet, exercise, reading, or TV following the treatment. Your regular medications, such as pills or eye drops, should be taken at your normal times.

You will be seated at the laser and a special focusing lens will be placed on your eye to prevent the lids from closing and to improve visualization of your cloudy membrane. There is no pain involved during the procedure. You will hear a clicking noise and see a red light. The clicks represent the microscopic laser applications used to create the opening in the cloudy posterior capsule. Since the capsule is naturally on stretch, each microscopic laser application will result in a progressively larger opening until the optimal size opening is attained. 

Following the treatment, there may be a temporary blurring for the rest of the day. The eye may be slightly irritated that day as well. Usually by the next day the eye feels normal and the vision is improved back to the level it was prior to the membrane becoming cloudy. 

As with any procedures there are risks. Fortunately, with the utilization of the laser many of the previous risks, such as infection and bleeding have been eliminated. There is a rare incidence of retinal detachments after the YAG Laser treatment. 

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Treating Glaucoma Service
Glaucoma can be treated with eye drops, pills, laser surgery, traditional surgery or a combination of these methods. The goal of any treatment is to prevent loss of vision, as vision loss from glaucoma is irreversible. The good news is that glaucoma can be managed if detected early, and that with medical and/or surgical treatment, most people with glaucoma will not lose their sight.

Taking medications regularly, as prescribed, is crucial to preventing vision-threatening damage. That is why it is important for you to discuss side effects with your doctor. While every drug has some potential side effects, it is important to note that many patients experience no side effects at all. You and your doctor need to work as a team in the battle against glaucoma. Your doctor has many options. They include:

Eye Drops

It is important to take your medications regularly and exactly as prescribed if you are to control your eye pressure. Since eye drops are absorbed into the bloodstream, tell your doctor about all medications you are currently taking. Ask your doctor and/or pharmacist if the medications you are taking together are safe. Some drugs can be dangerous when mixed with other medications. To minimize absorption into the bloodstream and maximize the amount of drug absorbed in the eye, close your eye for one to two minutes after administering the drops and press your index finger lightly against the inferior nasal corner of your eyelid to close the tear duct which drains into the nose. While almost all eye drops may cause an uncomfortable burning or stinging sensation at first, the discomfort should last for only a few seconds. 

Pills

Sometimes, when eye drops don't sufficiently control IOP, pills may be prescribed in addition to drops. These pills, which have more systemic side effects than drops, also serve to turn down the eye's faucet and lessen the production of fluid. These medications are usually taken from two to four times daily. It is important to share this information with all your other doctors so they can prescribe medications for you which will not cause potentially dangerous interactions. 

Surgical Procedures

When medications do not achieve the desired results, or have intolerable side effects, your ophthalmologist may suggest surgery. 

Laser Surgery

Laser surgery has become increasingly popular as an intermediate step between drugs and traditional surgery though the long-term success rates are variable. The most common type performed for open-angle glaucoma is called trabeculoplasty. This procedure takes between 10 and 15 minutes, is painless, and can be performed in either a doctor's office or an outpatient facility. The laser beam (a high energy light beam) is focused upon the eye's drain. Contrary to what many people think, the laser does not bum a hole through the eye. Instead, the eye's drainage system is changed in very subtle ways so that aqueous fluid is able to pass more easily out of the drain, thus lowering IOP.

You may go home and resume your normal activities following surgery. Your doctor will likely check your IOP one to two hours following laser surgery. After this procedure, many patients respond well enough to be able to avoid or delay surgery. While it may take a few weeks to see the full pressure-lowering effect of this procedure, during which time you may have to continue taking your medications, many patients are eventually able to discontinue some of their medications. This, however, is not true in all cases. Your doctor is the best judge of determining whether or not you will still need medication. Complications from laser are minimal, which is why this procedure has become increasingly popular and some centers are recommending the use of laser before drops in some patients.

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Lasik Eye Surgery

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Refractive surgery is the term used to describe surgical procedures that correct common vision problems (nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism and presbyopia) to reduce your dependence on prescription eyeglasses and/or contact lenses.

AQU LASIK LASER is the latest technology machine that has remained most successful in Europe and other countries of Asia. We have superior European technology, approved by FDA, unmatched in Udaipur City. Numbers ranging from -1.0 to -14.0, + 1.0 to +5.0, cylindrical number upto 5.0, and presbyopia (near vision ) can be removed by this technology.

In LASIK a thin hinged flap of cornea is created with microkeratome and lifted to one side in order to allow laser treatment to the deeper part of the cornea. The flap is then repositioned in its original position. Improvement in vision is noted right from the next day. LASIK treatment can be performed for both eyes on the same day. It is an out Patient Procedures.

Advantages of LASIK : Lack of discomfort / Faster rehabilitation / Greater stability

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Jai Drishti Eye Hospital - Service Provider of phacoemulsification cataract surgery, nd yag laser treatment service & treating glaucoma service since 2006 in Udaipur, Rajasthan.

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