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Our grandmother was diagnosed with glaucoma. She uses eyedrops but her eyesight is still getting worse. Is there any way to help her?
Glaucoma is a serious irreversible disease. Increased intraocular pressure manifesting glaucoma disturbs optic nerve nutrition causing its atrophy. If the disease is not timely attended vision may be lost. Moreover even a timely start of treatment cannot bring back the lost vision, the pathology process can only be slowed down.
Usually they start glaucoma treatment with eye drops reducing intraocular pressure. Medication, dosage and application mode can be prescribed only by a doctor. Patients must strictly all doctor’s recommendations, irregular use of eyedrops and missing a dose are not allowed. Glaucoma patients should visit doctor at least once every half year undergoing examinations including intraocular pressure checks, field of vision measurements, fundus examinations, etc. If testing and examination results witness to the fact that intraocular pressure has not been stabilized, a surgery is suggested. EXCIMER Clinic doctors perform several glaucoma surgery types all aimed at eye fluid balance restoration and preventing further vision deterioration.
Starting what age one can go for a laser correction?
The optimal age for Laser assisted eyesight correction is between 18 and 45. The correction is not recommended before 18 as the organism still grows till the age and this is true for the eye ball and consequently, refraction as well. After 45 doctors have to warn patients that laser correction cannot stop or prevent age related farsightedness (presbyopia).
I live outside of Russia, but I’m planning to have my cataract extraction surgery in Russia, because I think that Russian surgeons offer the best value for money. I would like to find out if it is true that I won’t have to stay in the hospital bed before and after the surgery. I need this information to plan out my itinerary beforehand.
Yes, you won’t have to stay in hospital. All our cataract extraction surgeries require no hospitalization. Patients operated for cataract require no special care after the surgery. The ocular tissues and structures are treated with maximum care to ensure the shortest possible recovery period so that the patient can resume his or her normal lifestyle quite quickly.
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