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The Department of Ophthalmology is dedicated to provide state-of-the-art comprehensive range of medical, surgical and re-constructive services in all aspects of adult and paediatric ophthalmology. Our team of highly experienced surgeons supported by cutting-edge technology treat almost all kind of eye care problems varying from vision care for premature babies, children, young adults, or the special vision challenges that come with aging. With the best in class eye surgeons, the latest and highly sophisticated medical equipment and all kind of high-end facilities being available under one roof makes Jaypee Hospital the best choice in the field of eye care.
Our high-end infrastructure includes state-of-the-art fully-equipped operation theatres, post-op lounge with recliners/beds, advanced eye care equipments, complete range of optical frames & lenses.
At Jaypee Department of Ophthalmology, our patient orientation programme, state-of-the-art fully-equipped facility, cutting-edge technology and knowledge-sharing platform facilitates superior clinical outcomes based on accurate diagnosis for almost all kind of eye conditions. Few of our available technology are:
To make the vision defect correction procedure safe, patient-friendly and customised, all the parameters of this ultra-modern work platform are oriented towards increasing efficiency, achieving optimum treatment results and the rapid recovery of vision. Its key features are very high ablation rate, the high-performance eye-tracker system and individual treatment planning with the optional CRS-Master.
This vision system is an ophthalmic microsurgical system that is indicated for both anterior segment (i.e., phacoemulsification and removal of cataracts) and posterior segment (i.e., vitreoretinal) ophthalmic surgery. It is a micro-coaxial technology; an element that permits less invasive procedures without compromising surgical techniques or lens removal technologies that results in better surgical outcomes and safety than with traditional phaco-emulsification equipment. The systems are configured with options for efficient and safe cataract lens removal offering a combination of unparalleled fluidics.
Visual Field Analyser (Perimeter), High Definition Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT), YAG Laser, Slit Lamp, Fundus Camera for Fundus Fluoroscein Angiogram, Green Laser with LSL + LIO + Endo, Keratometer, Autorefractometer, and much more.
We do corrective procedures for the following:
The Green Laser (with LSL + LIO + Endo) workstation is the first retinal coagulation laser that offers upto 12 spots at the press of a button; is a single pulse precision and proven electronic manipulator to enable a physician-controlled laser treatment to deliver optimal outcome for Retinopathy and Paediatric Retinopathy diseases.
The rays of light from an object strike the transparent cornea and bend (refract) to enter through the pupillary aperture and pass through the lens filter to form an image on the central part of retina (macula) which acts as a film. This image signal is carried to the brain by the optic nerve which perceives it as the object known. This is how every component of the eye is important for visual perception.
What is Cornea Transplant?
If there is any kind of obstruction at the cornea affecting light rays from entering the eyes, we go ahead with a Cornea Transplant wherein we remove the diseased cornea and replace it with a donor cornea obtained from a cadaver (within 6 hrs of death).
Why is Cornea Transplanted?
There are a numerous reasons why we need to change the Cornea, if you may be suffering from any of the following:
Who can undergo Cornea Transplantation?
For a favourable outcome following are the prerequisites: