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Best Pediatric Nephrologist And Child Kidney Specialist in Delhi, Gurgaon, India - Dr. Sidharth Kumar Sethi
Dr. Sidharth Kumar Sethi
Kidney & Urology Institute

He was trained as a Fellow (International Pediatric Nephrology Association Fellowship) and Senior Resident in Pediatric Nephrology at All India Institute of Medical Sciences and Division of Pediatric Nephrology and Transplant Immunology, Cedars Sinai Medical Centre, Los Angeles, California. He has been actively involved in the care of children with all kinds of complex renal disorders, including nephrotic syndrome, tubular disorders, urinary tract infections, hypertension, chronic kidney disease, and renal transplantation. He has been a part of 8-member writing committee for the guidelines of Steroid Sensitive Nephrotic Syndrome and Expert committee involved in the formulation of guidelines of Pediatric Renal Disorders including Steroid Resistant Nephrotic Syndrome and urinary tract infections. He has more than 30 indexed publications in Pediatric Nephrology and chapters in reputed textbooks including Essential Pediatrics (Editors O.P. Ghai) and “Pediatric Nephrology” (Editors A Bagga, RN Srivastava). He is a part of Editorial Board of “World Journal of Nephrology” and “eAJKD- Web version of American Journal of Kidney Diseases”. He is a reviewer for Pediatric Nephrology related content for various Pediatric and Nephrology journals.

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Uterine Artery Embolization Treatment Delhi - Interventional Radiology
Uterine Artery Embolisation (UAE) And Ablation

It is a minimally invasive treatment for uterine fibroids, noncancerous growths in the uterus. It uses a common femoral artery puncture. Super selective embolisation of Uterine arteries is done to block the fibroid blood vessels, starving the fibroids and causing them to shrink and die.

Why (Indications)?
Large fibroids with bulky uterus causing increased frequency of urine, pain , increased and heavy menstruation.
Uterine AVM
RPOC (retained products of conception)
Why Not (Contraindications)?
Avoid uterine artery embolization if you:

Are pregnant
Have possible pelvic cancer
Have an active, recent or chronic pelvic infection
Are allergic to contrast material containing iodine

What you are to do before procedure (Preparation)?
Book prior appointment if elective or get admission in causality if emergency
Lab investigation (*PT/INR, CBC, Serum Creatinine, Viral markers) and previous records. An MRI or ultrasound of the prostate gland.
Urine test (urinalysis)
4-6 Hours fasting.
If you are on blood thinner like Aspirin inform during appointment.
One accompanying person
Need to sign a consent form for procedure

Approx. Stay in hospital?
We have very fast and competent working team (Consultant, fellow, clinical assistant, technician and ward assistant) which provide you comfortable atmosphere and ease your nerves. Usual time of stay is around 1 day.

Mild Pain (usually ends within a day or two). In some patients pain may last for few weeks.

Vaginal discharge.

Post-embolization syndrome — characterized by low-grade fever, pain, fatigue, nausea and vomiting — about 48 hours after the procedure and usually resolve on its own within a week.

Resume to work?
You can resume your work after 2-3 days if existing disease allows.

Symptoms such as heavy bleeding, urinary incontinence and abdominal enlargement are relieved in the first three months after treatment. These results appear to be comparable to that of myomectomy, in which the fibroids are surgically removed and the uterus repaired.
Your menstrual period may continue on its normal schedule. If you miss any periods, they will probably resume within a few months.
There is low risk of subtle ovarian damage which may make getting pregnant more difficult. Despite these risks, many women have had successful pregnancies after uterine artery embolization.

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Prostatic artery embolisation (PAE), PAE Treatment in Delhi - Interventional Radiologist
Prostatic Artery Embolization (PAE)

What is it?
Prostatic artery embolization (PAE) is a minimally invasive treatment to improve lower urinary tract symptoms caused by benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). BPH is a non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate gland and is the most common benign tumor found in men.

The PAE procedure is performed by an interventional radiologist (IR), a doctor who uses X-rays and other advanced imaging to see inside the body and treat conditions without surgery.

Why (Indications)?
As the prostate enlarges, it may partly block the urethra, causing symptoms such as:

Urinary incontinence, which can range from some leaking to complete loss of bladder control
Irritative voiding symptoms
Increased urinary frequency, urgency, and pain upon urination
How do I know if PAE is right for me?
The PAE procedure is for candidates who are either ineligible or not interested in traditional surgery. An exam with an interventional radiologist can determine if you are a candidate for PAE. At this appointment, you may be asked how often you have urinary symptoms of BPH, how severe they are, and how much they affect your quality of life.

Why not (Contraindications)?
Patients are excluded from treatment if they have malignancy, renal insufficiency, bladder stones, a neurogenic bladder (a neurologic disorder that may affect bladder function), urethral stricture, an active urinary tract infection, or prostatitis.

What you are to do before procedure (Preparation)?
Book prior appointment if elective or get admission in causality if emergency
Lab investigation (*PT/INR, CBC, Serum Creatinine, Viral markers)and previous records.An MRI or ultrasound of the prostate gland.
Urine test (urinalysis)
In some cases, a PSA (prostate specific antigen) test is done to rule out prostate cancer.
4-6 Hours fasting.
If you are on blood thinner like Aspirin inform during appointment.
One accompanying person
Need to sign a consent form for procedure
What happens during PAE?
PAE is performed through a small catheter inserted by your interventional radiologist into the artery in your groin.
The interventional radiologist will then guide the catheter into the vessels that supply blood to your prostate.
An arteriogram (an X-ray in which dye is injected into the blood vessels) is done to map the blood vessels feeding your prostate.
The agent (glue/particles)is injected through the catheter and into the blood vessels that feed your prostate to reduce its blood supply.
The interventional radiologist will move the catheter in order to treat the other side of your prostate, repeating the steps above.
Following this procedure the prostate will begin to shrink, relieving and improving symptoms usually within days of the procedure.
Approx. Stay in hospital?
We have very fast and competent working team (Consultant, fellow, clinical assistant, technician and ward assistant) which provide you comfortable atmosphere and ease your nerves. Usual time of stay is around 1 day.

Minor complications include dysuria (9%), urinary tract infection (7.6%), microscopic hematuria (5.6%), acute urinary retention (2.5%), and rectal bleeding (2.5%)

Resume to work?
You can resume your work after 1 day if existing disease allows.

Cumulative rates of clinical success are 80- 85%.

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Dr. Megha Modi Provides the Vampire Facial Treatment at Twachaaclinic
Vampire Facial/PRP
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) facelift, also known as the ‘Vampire Facelift’ (as coined by Kim Kardashian), is a non-surgical procedure where a doctor injects the PRP substance, which includes parts of the patient’s own blood, into various areas of the patient’s face in order to treat wrinkles, acne scars, and give the patient a younger rejuvenated appearance. Platelet rich plasma (PRP) obtained from your blood contains growth factors which stimulate collagen production when injected into the skin.

Which facial and body areas can be treated?
Crinkling skin around the eyes
Cheeks and mid face
Chest and decolletage
Back of hands and arms
Other body areas
How long does the treatment take?
30-50 minutes approx.

How many treatments are advised?
For the best results, we recommend up to three treatments, 4-6 weeks apart, with top ups at 6-24 months.

What are the possible side effects of PRP facial rejuvenation?
Minimal: Expect minimal swelling, bruising and redness for 12-24 hours. A bruise at the needle site may be visible for 2-3 days.

Expectations of PRP?
Results are visible at three weeks and improve gradually over ensuing months with improvement in texture and tone.Advanced wrinkling cannot be reversed.

How long do results last?
Treatment results vary, however, in most patients the results last up to 18 months. Touch-up treatments will maintain the results.

Is PRP treatment safe?
Yes, because we are using your own blood.

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Mumbai Eye Care Introduces A Simple Booking Feature To Manage A Schedule With Dr. Jatin Ashar
Eye Specialist in Ghatkopar - Dr. Jatin Ashar
Mumbai Eye Care introduces simple booking features on its official website. It helps patients to manage a schedule with eye specialist, Dr. Jatin Ashar for treatments and consultations.

Mumbai Eye Care, a reputable eye clinic in Ghatkopar introduces a simple booking feature on its official website. The idea of releasing this feature is to help patients to manage their eye treatments well. The CEO of the eye hospital stated, “Patients can go to the hospital according to the appointment and an exact date. It is more effective instead of going to the hospital over again. This feature is even helpful during the Coronavirus epidemic where people can’t meet face to face as before.”

Patients only have to visit the official website and click the book an appointment feature there. They can also choose to meet the eye specialist in Ghatkopar East or West. The feature also contains an online form that patients have to complete and submit. The CEO of the eye hospital added, “Our customer service takes action based on the explanation when a patient sends its appointment. Then, they will meet the specialist based on the case and the treatments they need. The process is straightforward and fast. The most important thing is that patients can go to the nearest hospital from their living area if it is necessary because of this feature.”

This feature is used for a variety of eye problems, including Lasik eye surgery, cataract surgery, retina surgery, corneal treatment, and many more. Patients need to explain their problems specifically to get the right specialist and treatments. The specialists and doctors can do a direct or online consultation based on the level of eye problem. One of the eye surgery patients explained, “Online appointments help us a lot. We don’t have to go to the hospital over again. It is effective for patients who are living far away from the hospital. They only go to the hospital when it is needed. We also get the right treatment because the eye specialist analyzes our problem first from the form.”

Mumbai Eye Care is also a place for those who need Lasik eye surgery in Ghatkopar. They can use this feature once they get what they want from this hospital—the earlier the eye treatment, the bigger the chance to cure the eye problem. The feature also includes the details of the hospitals, including the complete address, phone number, email, and working hours. The CEO of the eye hospital stated, “We hope that this feature and its facilities increase the comfort of our patients in getting the right eye treatment in India, especially in Ghatkopar.”

About Mumbai Eye Care
Mumbai Eye Care is a multi-specialty eye hospital in India. The eye specialists in this hospital are ready for Lasik surgery, dry eye treatment, cataract surgery, and many more. Patients can book an appointment online first before getting further treatment.

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Dr. Navjot Singh Arora - Dermaheal
Dr. Navjot Singh Arora
MBBS, MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy
Dr. Navjot Singh Arora is a renowned and trusted Consultant Dermatologist with expertise in Laser & Cosmetic treatments, Anti-aging treatments, Hair Transplants and Vitiligo Surgery. He is an undergraduate as well as postgraduate alumni of one of the premier medical institutions of India, Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi. He practices in Dwarka, New Delhi.

Dr. Navjot Arora is the Director of Dermaheal Skin & Hair Clinic which is equipped with all kinds of latest and most advanced machines to provide the best possible treatment to the patients. He keeps on organizing educational camps and live sessions to increase the awareness and clear doubts of the patients. His dedication and passion for his profession motivates him to keep up with the latest technologies available to treat skin and hair problems. His avid interest and in depth knowledge in conventional aspects of dermatology makes him the most preferred dermatologist especially for those who are suffering from chronic skin ailments (psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema etc) even in their worst forms.

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Eye Blinking: When You Require Expert Care? | mumbaieyecare
Blinking of the eye is an involuntary act of the body. It means the body does it automatically. However,you can also blink your eyes whenever you want to. Eye blinking varies with the ages. A newborn only blinks two times in a minute while teen blinks 15 times in a minute. An adult blinks 14-17 times in a minute.

The rate of eye blinking can be either high or low. Increase in the rate of eye blinking may be caused by dust, smoke, bright light or a foreign particle in the eye. It results in eye irritation. Other conditions that cause increased blinking frequency are stress, fatigue or anxiety. Allergies, dry eyes and infections may also be the reasons for increased eye blinking.

What Is Eye Blinking?
Eye blinking is a process to refresh your eyes. It is a normal and physiologically important phenomenon of the body.Blinking provide lubrication to the eyes, protection from foreign particles and provide nutrition to the eyes. However, a condition in which an eye blinks more than its need is known as excessive eye blinking. Excessive eye blinking can be caused by several reasons like a problem on the eye surface. It might be irritating. Fortunately, most conditions causing excessive blinking are not threat to permanent loss of vision.

What Are The Causes Of Eye Blinking?
Blinking of the eye is a reflex. Excessive blinking occurs when the stimulation of reflex become increase due to interference of something. Eye blinking can cause by the following reasons

Ophthalmologic causes of excessive eye blinking

The causes may appear due to problem in the eyeball or other specific conditions. These are:

Wearing contact lens can be a reason for blinking eyes.
Dryness of eyes.
Exposure to Smoke, dust, or smog like irritants.
Corneal ulcer.
Blepharitis (It is a condition of inflammation of eyelids. It usually affects both eyes and the edged of the eyelids).
Conjunctivitis (it is the condition of inflammation of the eye surface).
Neurologic causes of excessive eye blinking

These are some severe neurologic disorders that can also cause excessive eye blinking. These are:

Blepharospasm (it is an abnormal condition of contraction in eyelid muscles).
Tourette’s syndrome
Parkinson syndrome
Multiple sclerosis
Wilson’s disease
Eye irritation

The irritation of the conjunctiva and cornea is generally a cause for eye blinking. Irritation may be due to the following reasons:

Dry eyes
Pink eyes (conjunctivitis)
Pollen, pollution, smoke and dust like eye irritants
Vision problems

There are various eye problems that may cause blinking of eyes. Some of these problems are myopia, presbyopia, and hyperopia.

Mental and physical health conditions

General health issues can cause excessive eye blinking. These are:

Is Eye Blinking A Serious Condition?
Excessive blinking can be a reason for irritation. However, the blinking of eyes can rarely cause any severe conditions. If it is a part of a neurological syndrome, it can cause other neurological symptoms. If excessive blinking becomes a routine, it can affect your quality of life. You can have trouble while driving. It sometimes takes a long time to recover from excessive blinking. The doctor usually determines and treat the underlying problem that causes blinking.

What Are The Options For Managing Eye Blinking?
The treatment of excessive blinking can be given according to the cause of eye blinking. Sometimes either eye blinking needs treatment or may go away without any treatment.

Eye irritation

Excessive blinking due to eye irritation can be resolve by avoiding pollution, dust and smoke. You can compress your eyes with a warm cloth. Over-the-counter eyes drops are also beneficial for allergies. Medicines such as antihistaminics can treat excessive blinking due to eye irritation.

General health

Blinking due to general health can be improved by the activities that make you feel calm and stress-free. Meditation can resolve most of the problems of the body. Regular therapies, enough sleep and eye exercises can help to treat this problem. Physical activity like yoga is also an effective method to resolve blinking problems.

Vision problems

A vision problem can be treated by wear prescribed glasses, vision therapy and eye surgeries.

Serious neurological disorders

To manage the problem due to neurological disorders, you need professional evaluation to create a proper treatment plan.

Home Remedies For Eye Blinking
Eye blinking is generally not a serious problem and may resolve itself by following certain precautions. You can prevent excessive eye blinking by:

Taking sufficient sleep
Applying a compress of warm cloth
Giving a gentle massage to your eyelids
Taking frequent breaks while working on computers or laptops
Generally, excessive blinking is not a serious issue. It can go away itself without any treatment. However, the symptoms caused by neurological disorders requires immediate medical intervention and may take time to resolve. It requires help of ophthalmologists to develop a proper treatment plan. You treat excessive blinking by avoiding stress, taking enough sleep and limit the intake of caffeine.

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Vision Problems In The Elderly | mumbaieyecare

The human eye is a specialized sensory organ. It captures and detects visual images. It carries visual informationto the brain. The human eye includes the cornea, pupil, lens, iris, retina, optic nerves, aqueous and vitreous humour & photoreceptors.

The eyes have several muscles that allow a person to look in different directions without any head movement. These muscles operate through various cranial nerves such as the abducens, the trochlear, and the oculomotor nerves.

Ageing is a slow and natural process that initiates in early adulthood. Many functions of the body gradually decline due to ageing. Increasing in age can lead to several changes in eyes and their vision. Eye problems are common during ageing. However, several measures help in maintaining the optimum health of the eyes.

Why are Seniors more sensitive to eye problems?
Changes that happen in old age are:

It becomes harder to focus on any object for longtime
It is difficult to see in dim light.
The lens becomes yellow or brown.
Eyes become dry due to less production of fluid
The number of nerve cells decreases.
The ageing process may also affect the production of tears. There is a decrease in tear production that is important to provide sufficient moisture to the eyes. Insufficiency in the amount of liquid may cause dry eyes.

In middle age, the lens of the eyes becomes less flexible. The thickness of the lenses reduces, and the ability to focus on a nearby object is also impaired. It is known as presbyopia.

Common eye problems in elderly
Increasing age interfere with several body functions. It may cause various eye problems. These are presbyopia, dry eyes, cataract, glaucoma, conjunctivitis, eyelid problems, and retinal disorders. Retinal disorders include age-related macular degeneration (AMD), Diabetic Retinopathy, and Retinal detachment.

Presbyopia: It is a condition in which the eye lens becomes less flexible, less thick & cause difficulty to focus on nearby objects.

Dry eyes: The condition occurs when tear production is less. It leads to severe dryness in the eyes.

Cataract: Human eye has lenses to focus on the object. These lenses made up of proteins. Protein molecules of the lenses form clusters and cause blurred vision. The condition is known as a cataract. A cataract develops in the elderly. Replacing lenses with artificial lenses is the cataract treatment.

Glaucoma: Glaucoma occurs when the pressure of fluid within the eyes increases. It can damage the optic nerve. Loss of vision is a slow process in glaucoma. The use of eye drops to treat glaucoma is effective, but sometimes eye surgery becomes necessary.

Retinal disorders: Retinal disorders become the reason behind most blindness cases in the present time. The retina is the back lining of the eyes having many cells responsible for the visualization of images. The cells also have the function is to transfer images to the brain. Retinal disorders interfere with the functioning of cells during the transfer of visuals to the brain.

Age-related macular degeneration (ARMD) :Macula is a central region of the retina having many light-sensitive cells. The function of the macula is facial recognition and reading. It may cause vision loss but does notresponsible for total blindness.
Diabetic retinopathy : It is a complication that occurs due to diabetes in which the supply of oxygen to the retina becomes impaired. It results in many vision problems.Laser treatment is usually a preferred treatment to prevent vision loss.
Conjunctivitis: The inflammation of the transparent covering of the eyeball is known as conjunctivitis. The eye appears pink in this condition. The doctor may prescribe antibiotics or antiallergics to manage the symptoms of this disease.

The elderly may prevent or delay the occurrence or slow down the eye problems through the following measures:

The routine ocular examination by a doctor
Treatment of many eye problems possible if they found early. You need to visit your ophthalmologist and test your eyesight for glaucoma or cataract.
People who have a family history of eye disease and diabetes need to examine pupil dilation at least once a year to prevent eye problems.
If you experience a sudden loss of vision, blurred vision, redness, swelling, teary eyes and pain, consult with an ophthalmologist.
Ocular diseases may occur at any age. However, the elderly are at increased risk for developing various eye diseases. It is due to ageing and reducing the functioning of several tissues. However, it is simple to maintain good eye health by regular eye examinations and keep your body healthy. Diet also plays a significant role in maintaining healthy eyes. Severe eye conditions may treat by surgeries.

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Is Cataract Surgery Safe To Do During Covid? | mumbaieyecare

In a cataract, the vision of the eyes become blurry due to the opacification of the lens. A cataract is a second major cause of visual impairment and preventable blindness. Cataract surgery is one of the most common procedures to improve vision and prevent blindness across the world.

Average monthly cataract surgeries performed in India are over 5 lakhs. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, sudden cancellation in surgical procedures has created significant backlogs in cataract surgery.

Does Cataract Surgery Had A Risk Of Covid-19 Exposure?
It is necessary to understand how the coronavirus can infect you. A virus can infect you in two ways. One way is by inhaling the aerosols produced during coughing or sneezing by an infected person. Another way of spreading the virus is when a person touches the nose, eyes or mouth with infected hands. Wearing masks, avoiding touching the face and practising hand hygiene can lower the risk of contracting COVID-19.

In cataract surgery, there is no or minimal aerosol production. The patient’s face is covered with a sterile drape during the surgery. Further, the surgeons take all the precautions as per the surgical protocol of COVID-19, such as wearing personal protective equipment. The surgery takes around 10-15 minutes, and thus, the exposure time to acquire infection is low. Hence, the risk of getting infected through the covid 19 viruses is less during surgery.

When To Have Cataract Surgery In Current Pandemic
A cataract is a progressive condition that means the clouding of your lens will increase over time. The surgery depends on the functional level of the lens. Unless the vision of the patients gets severely compromised, delaying surgery has no increment in risk. Your doctor will evaluate the condition of your lens in context with your risk that may occur due to your daily activities such as driving, reading and cooking.

The doctor will keep an eye on your complete vision examination and decide how much a surgeon can restore the vision by removing the cataract. In some cases, delaying the cataract may result in permanent blindness. Take the advice of an expert ophthalmologist in your area.

People can delay cataract surgery by wearing sunglasses to prevent eyes from ultraviolet rays. The patient should stop smoking and start consuming green vegetables, fruits and food that have antioxidant properties. A person should have controlled diabetes and Blood pressure. A regular eye examination can also help to avoid surgery during the covid 19 pandemics.

Measures To Follow While Taking Cataract Treatment
You should always follow the COVID-19 precautionary measures, i.e., at the doctor’s clinic and before and after the cataract surgery. You may also have the option for telemedicine to consult with your doctor.

At the doctor’s clinic

The patient should fix an appointment for a consultation to reduce the time for waiting. He should wear a mask and gloves to prevent physical contact to any surface in the clinic. The patient should use digital payment modes to avoid unnecessary physical contact. He should avoid talking to other patients. Reduce the baggage to the clinic prevents exposure to the infected surface. The patient should maintain social distancing while seated in the clinic. After surgery, the patient can consult with a professional through telemedicine to reduce the chance of getting infected.

Before and after the cataract surgery

The patient should wear a mask before entering the diagnostic room. He should use a hand sanitiser provided by the hospital. Its use is compulsory for both patient and health care worker. Only one patient should allow along with an attendee into the diagnostic room. Cleaning of all instruments in the diagnostic area is necessary before the surgery. The patient is advised not to touch any surface of the premises.

Option for telemedicine

Telemedicine is an excellent option to maintain social distancing and seeking advice from an ophthalmologist. It results in decreasing physical contact and reduces cross-infection among patients and health care personnel. It reduces unnecessary gatherings and reduces the risk of infection.

Cataract surgery is elective surgery. However, sometimes, the prolonged, untreated cataract may result in compromised vision. Cataract surgery, if done will all the COVID-19 safety protocols, is safe, and there are very minimal chances of spreading infection. Patients should consult over the phone with the ophthalmologist, whenever possible, to reduce the risk of COVID-19. Patient after cataract surgery should avoid contact with other people and minimize travel.

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Mumbai Eye Care Launches Cornea Surgery In Mumbai And Ghatkopar | mumbaieyecare
Mumbai Eye Care is ready with cornea surgery for patients in Mumbai and Ghatkopar. It helps to treat a variety of cornea problems.

Mumbai Eye Care, one of the multi-specialty eye hospitals in Mumbai, offers cornea surgery in Ghatkopar. The idea of launching a cornea surgery program is to help people in Ghatkopar or anyone who has a cornea problem. The hospital head explained, “Most people don’t realize that they are suffering from corneal diseases. They often only feel the symptoms, such as blurred vision, intense pain, double vision, and many more. The worst thing is that they solve this problem without any treatment. We hope that this program gives more access for people to know corneal diseases earlier and treat them properly.”

This cornea surgery procedure is for various diseases, including Dystrophy, corneal arcus, dry eyes, and keratoconus. Patients only have to schedule an appointment first before taking a cornea surgery procedure. They can call the phone numbers or directly visit the clinic. People can also download the brochure at the official website to know the programs they can take. The hospital head added, “The specialist will decide one of the cornea surgery procedures patients have to take. Nowadays, the cornea surgery in Mumbai consists of 3 different advanced treatments, which are laser treatment, Corneal transplant surgery, and artificial cornea.”

Dr. Jatin Ashar as a specialist in this hospital, will lead the surgery based on the patients’ medical history. The program’s goal is to ensure that people in Ghatkopar, Mumbai, and other areas get proper cornea medical treatments. They don’t have to go to other countries and spend a lot of money only to get cornea surgery. The hospital head stated, “We hope that finding a cornea specialist in Mumbai is not a problem anymore. Patients can consult their cornea and eye problems with us and find the most possible solutions. Besides offering a cornea specialist, our hospital also supports the cornea surgery program with the latest technology. The idea is to increase the curable and safety level during the surgery procedure.”

The hospital head also expects that this program helps treat specific cornea conditions, including eye allergies, keratitis, ocular herpes, herpes zoster, and many more. The better the treatment the patients get, the higher the chance of the patients having normal vision. Indeed, it also increases their quality of life because they can do their activities normally. On the other hand, cornea surgery prevents serious health problems because of improper medical treatments.

About Mumbai Eye Care:
Mumbai Eye Care is a multi-specialty eye hospital in Ghatkopar, Mumbai. Nowadays, this hospital is ready with cornea surgery procedures. This program helps to treat Dystrophy, corneal arcus, dry eyes, and keratoconus.

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