Kanpur: The retinal surgery is done in the Hailat hospital itself and doesn’t have to go to Aiims

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Kanpur

Published by: Prabhapunj Mishra
Updated Thursday, July 22, 2021 4:39 PM

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Diabetics become victims of diabetic retinopathy. Loss of light due to damage to the retina. Now patients with diabetic retinopathy are treated better.

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Retinal removal surgeries for newborns, diabetics and injuries are now only performed in Kanpur Hallet. The way is clear for the Surgical Retina Unit in the eye clinic of the GSVM Medical College. The project, valued at around Rs 9 billion, has received government approval. The plant is scheduled to go into operation in two to three months.After that, the patients no longer have to travel to Lucknow and AIIMS Delhi. Diabetics become victims of diabetic retinopathy. Loss of light due to damage to the retina. Now patients with diabetic retinopathy are treated better. In one week, 50 patients come to the hall. Many of them have to be relegated to the outside world. Similarly, retinopathy occurs in the eyes of premature newborns. Since the lungs of such children do not develop properly, they need oxygen. Because of this, his retina begins to crumble. If such a newborn is treated within a month, it will be saved from going blind.

The head of the eye clinic Dr. Parvez Khan said 10-15 children are screened every week. Two to three newborns have to be treated. Apart from that, patients come with retinal detachment. Injury damages the retina. Now he can also have an operation in Halat.

There are only two retinal surgeons at state medical schools. Dr. Parvez Khan and a retinal surgeon at GSVM Medical College recently joined Government Medical College in Prayagraj. The director of the college Dr. Sanjay Kala said this would benefit the eye patients. They are only treated to a high quality in the hall.

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Retinal removal surgeries for newborns, diabetics and injuries are now only performed in Kanpur Hallet. The way is clear for the Surgical Retina Unit in the eye clinic of the GSVM Medical College. The project, valued at around Rs 9 billion, has received government approval. The plant is scheduled to go into operation in two to three months.

After that, the patients no longer have to travel to Lucknow and AIIMS Delhi. Diabetics become victims of diabetic retinopathy. Loss of light due to damage to the retina. Now patients with diabetic retinopathy are treated better. In one week, 50 patients come to the hall. Many of them have to be communicated to the outside world.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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