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Cataract

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                     once and for all! 
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Prior to cataract surgery

Cataract surgery at the Excimer Eye Clinic is performed as an out-patient operation, i.e. without admission of the patient to hospital. One of the important conditions for the operation is a comprehensive diagnostic testing, which provides an objective and complete picture of the state of a patient’s vision.

Apart from diagnostics, the pre-surgical preparation includes consultation by an anesthesiologist and cardiologist. This allows to consider in detail the general state of the patient with the aim of selecting the anesthetic, avoiding any complications from the cardio-vascular system and ensuring exellent vision after the operation.

Prior to operation, it is recommended:

  • To take a shower
  • To wash the head
  • To change underwear (preferably cotton) on the day of the operation.

It is not recommended:

  • To take alcohol
  • To undertake gteat physical loads

The latest meal shall be 4 hours before the operation

Please remember:
To bring a pair of slippers
Your ID
Test certificates
Eyesight and computer
When urgent help is needed?
History of cataract surgery. Intra-ocular lenses
Eye structure and functions
The right way to arrange illumination
Eyes exercise
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Attila Nagy
I made the surgery everything is fine I'm very happy that I decided to do it. I would like to thank you your help. Clinic and all the stuff was very professional. Yours sincerely, Attila Nagy

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