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Neeraj Eye Hospital Pvt Ltd

Sector 36D, Chandigarh

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Established in the year 2003, we, Neeraj Eye Hospital, is a renowned institute, engaged in providing eye care to patients of not only tricity (Chandigarh, Mohali & Panchkula) but also residence of neighboring states like Himachal, Punjab Haryana and Jammu & Kashmir. The main emphasis of our hospital is to be quality, modern and scientific eye surgery facilities at affordable cost to everybody. We have well equipped air condition eye outdoors and day-care surgery facilities with electronic patient monitory systems. We provide Micro incision Cataract Surgery, Glaucoma Surgery, Retinal Reattachment Surgery, Laser Treatment for Retinal Disease and Glaucoma under one roof. We have arrangement for cashless hospitalization and treatment for all major health insurance companies and third party administrative.

Dr. Neeraj Sood the CEO of hospital is a senior consultant at Max Super Specialty Hospital at phase-6 Mohali, Punjab. We have till date 50,000 patient visit and over 10,000 surgery and laser procedures done in the capacity of independent Ophthalmology consultant. We organize charitable free eye camps which include surgery free of cost for power and deserving patients. We have convent OPD hours including morning as well as evening appointments. Our aim is to increase our patient base and we pledge to provide the latest know- how in all the eye subspecialty in tandem with latest state of art technology.
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Nature of Business

Service Provider

Year of Establishment

2003

Legal Status of Firm

Limited Company (Ltd./Pvt.Ltd.)

Annual Turnover

Rs. 50 Lakh - 1 Crore

GST Number

04AAECN6610L1ZI

Microincision Cataract Surgery Services
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Phacoemulsification ( Phaco = lens, emulsification) or phaco as it is popularly called is a technique where the lens is broken into small pieces , emulsified and then aspirated.
The ultrasound energy is used to emulsify the cataract. A handpiece with quartz crystals is used to produce the ultrasonic energy which moves the tip of 0.9 to 1.4 mm size back and forth to hit and emulsify the cataract.

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Diabetic Retinal Disease Services
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Diabetic retinopathy is an eye disease that's associated with long-standing diabetes.The longer a person has diabetes, the higher their chances of developing diabetic retinopathy.Prolonged periods of high blood sugar levels cause damage to the small blood vessels in the retina at the back of the eye. The retina is the film at the back of the eye, which receives light images and sends them to your brain. A healthy retina is essential for good vision.

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Glaucoma Services
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Glaucoma Services

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It is a chronic progressive optic neuropathy characterized by raised intra ocular pressure (IOP), optic nerve head (ONH) changes & visual field defects. But many patients have an IOP within normal range and a substantial proportion with normal IOP develop glaucomatous optic neuropathy. Besides raised IOP, other strongly associated factors include greater cup to disc ratio in ONH, thinner central cornea, shallow anterior chamber (A.C), increasing age, family history of glaucoma and diabetes.

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Laser Treatment For Glaucoma Services
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We treated 54 eyes of 51 patients with refractory glaucoma by using contact transscleral Neodymium: YAG laser cyclophotocoagulation; 32 burns (7 watts during 0.7 second) were applied to each eye by positionning the anterior edge of the probe at 0.5 to 1 mm from the limbus. The mean preoperative intraocular pressure (IOP) was 33.7 mmHg and the mean postoperative IOP was 25.6 mmHg with a follow-up of five months. There was a decrease of IOP in 72.3% of the cases. The postoperative IOP was controlled (IOP < 21 mmHg) in 41.3% of the treated eyes.

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Contact Lenses Services
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Contact lenses are miraculous pieces of plastic that allow you to see without glasses. In most cases, contact lenses are used as a substitute for glasses, allowing you to dispense with them. Contact lenses may also be used to treat certain eye diseases or may be used for cosmetic purposes to change the apparent color of your eyes.

Successful contact-lens wear requires a "partnership" between the fitter, that is, an ophthalmologist, an optometrist, or possibly an optician, and you, the wearer.

The fitter must first decide if your eyes are healthy enough to wear contact lenses. If so, the fitter then fits the correct lenses for your eyes and your needs and teaches you how to use and care for them.

The fitter should be available if problems develop; if not available, the fitter must then have system in place to address those situations.

You must follow the instructions, care for, and wear the lenses correctly, and return as required for routine and emergency care.

It is important to keep in mind that any of these eye complaints may occur and have nothing to do with the contact lenses and may be signs of other unrelated eye conditions such as infections, cataracts, or glaucoma. It may be necessary to see your eye-care professional for the correct diagnosis and treatment.

Any change in the condition of the eyes of contact-lens wearers must be evaluated for the cause and possible treatment. Whether or not these eye complaints are due to the contact lenses, they still must be diagnosed and treated. When in doubt, call your fitter for information as to how to proceed; remember that opticians do not treat eye diseases

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IOL Services
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A Cataract is a clouding that develops in the crystalline lens of the eye or in its envelop, varying in degree from slight to complete opacity and obstructing the passage of light.

What Treatment You Get At JP Eye Hospital For Cataract?

No stitch, no pain, no injection cold micro phacoemulsification with a need based choice of Foldable, Rollable, Aspherical, Square edge, Acrylic, Silicon, Monofocal, Multifocal, Toric, Accommodative & Microincision IOL from world’s top IOL manufacturers and by the world class Intraocular surgeon with an experience of more than 27 years.

It is a matter of pride that J P Eye Hospital has earned a name for strictly sticking to medical ethics in guiding and treating the patients.

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Low Vision Aids Services
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Low Vision Aids Services

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There are certain diseases, congenital, hereditary or acquired ones that may lead to permanent partial or total loss of vision.

The aim is to provide optical aids to patients whose vision is poor and cannot be improved with spectacles, in order to maximize the use of their remaining vision. No electronic devices are used.

There is a wide range of optical magnifying devices which can be used for a particular patient. hand – held magnifiers, stand magnifiers, illuminated magnifiers, distance and near telescopic aids.

Only after low vision assessment and ophthalmological examination , as to what type of low vision aid is required in a particular case can be judged.

Usually Low visual Aid is a magnifier, x2,x2.5,x3,x3.5….. x6 .The print is enlarged but only a small part of the page can be seen — this effect becomes greater as the magnification increases . The x6 gives more magnification with less area to be seen on the page whereas with x3 you can see more area on the page with comparative less magnification.

People often ask for a lens to magnify the whole page – such a lens would have very weak magnification and not helpful to those with really near vision difficulties.

At times even the strongest magnifier may not assist — usually because there is insufficient residual vision to magnify.

The Computers and closed circuit television are also useful as low vision aids. A Visual Support Service is also available to provide advice on non – optical aids, home support, training to develop skills to cope with sight loss.

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Lasik Services
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Lasik Services

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LASIK (Laser In Situ Keratomileusis) is the most advanced of all the refractive surgical procedures and is used to treat most refractive errors. First performed for vision correction in 1991, it combines the excimer laser with the first part of another procedure called Automated Lamellar Keratectomy, commonly referred to as ALK. Because of the excimer laser, this procedure has a high degree of predictability. In the first part of the procedure, a thin flap of corneal tissue is created and moved over as though on a hinge. Next, the computer driven excimer laser is used to reshape the underlying tissue. Finally, the surface layer is repositioned.

LASIK takes about 15 minutes to complete and is painless. With LASIK, both eyes are typically treated in the same session. Vision usually recovers quickly and there is generally minimal discomfort following the procedure. Most patients return to a normal lifestyle within a day.

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