Envision Newsletter Volume 1, Issue Sep-Dec 2020

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Contents

  • One Single Solution for Astigmatism and Cataract : Dr Sanduk Ruit, Dr Shyam Vyas
  • Alan S. Crandall, MD, remembered for impact on Ophthalmology.
  • On-Dream Blindness Prevention Project : Devesh Karan, BHCM, MBA
  • Cataract surgery and beyond : Dr. Hom Bahadur Gurung, MD
  • Management of congenital cataract : How is it different from adult cataract ? Dr. Ang Jagmu Lama, MD
  • Cataract Surgery Training by KITARO & Virtual Eye Simulator : Dr. Sanyam Bajimaya, MD, Dr. Shyam Vyas, MD
  • FAQs on Refractive Surgery Services
  • How to calculate Cataract Burden and Service indicators? Navin CS Rajbanshi, MBA
  • Approach of Rural Community Eye Program in Nepal : Pushpa Babu Basnet DCES, Mphil
  • Presbyopia Correcting Intraocular Lenses: A Review Sameer Bhaila M.Optom-First Batch Student
  • Impact of Ultraviolet Radiation Causing Cataract : Shiv Saran Ganesh
  • MANAGING CATARACT SURGERY SERVICES IN RESPONSE TO COVID 19
  • Research Update

Laser cataract surgery in Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology

Laser cataract surgery with CATALYS offers a highly customized cataract surgery. With the help of laser, a surgeon can perform the most challenging steps of cataract surgery with
precision and ease. Because every eye has a unique size and shape,

CATALYS’ advanced 3D imaging technology builds a 3D map of each eye and tailors the treatment to that map. The laser thus provides patients with a blade-free, highly safe and
better alternative.

Depending on the patient’s pre-operative vision and desired visual result, we may recommend a tailored treatment plan that could include creating ultra-precise laser incisions in the cornea and a specific clear lens type, such as a multi-focal lens. This tailored
treatment may reduce a patient’s need for glasses or contacts after surgery.

The benefits of CATALYS include:

  • A highly customized procedure using advanced 3D imaging
  • A treatment with little or no discomfort
  • A more precise treatment
  • A gentler and easier cataract removal
  • Generally, a more rapid visual recovery due to reduced inflammation
  • The opportunity to receive tailored treatment with advanced technology multi-focal lenses, which may reduce the need for glasses or contacts after surgery.

Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology has introduced this cutting edge technology for the first time in Nepal.

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