Narang Eye Institute successfully done 100% Bladeless Cataract Surgery


New Delhi: Delhi’s one of the leading super specialty eye institute Narang Eye Institute has successfully done 100% Bladeless Cataract Surgery. Dr Arjun Narang (MBBS, MS Ophtha) Director at Narang Eye Institute, New Delhi is one of the Youngest in India to do 100% Bladeless Cataract Surgery.

Mr. Lal Ji age 72 years diagnose with advanced cataract in his both eyes seen by Dr Arjun Narang at Narang Eye Institute. Dr Arjun has operated this patient using CATALYS Precision Laser System - 100% Blade Free Cataract Surgery, becoming the one of the Youngest Surgeon in the India to do Blade Free Cataract Surgery. Patient has been operated for his both eyes by Dr Arjun Narang, with excellent post operative results.

Speaking on the same Dr. Arjun Narang says, “Femtosecond laser is the advanced technology which is been used for performing cataract surgery. This is the newest technology using CATALYS® Precision Laser System which is helpful for the patients who are looking for the cataract surgery in near future. With the use of Femtosecond, the results are more accuracy, provides maximum precision and greater safety for the patients.”

Dr. Narang further added, “The femtosecond technology is the latest breakthrough in last 25 years. This Provides needle-free, blade-free and precision up to micron levels. It is capable of performing cataract surgery or lens extraction at the pin prick, delivering an edge over the existing laser surgical options. Cataract Surgery is performed with the use of femtosecond laser technology is known as Femtosecond Bladeless Cataract Surgery, however, it is also is known as laser cataract surgery. In this new technology, the advanced femtosecond laser replaces or assists in use of a handheld surgical tool for the corneal incision, anterior capsulotomy and lens and cataract fragmentation.”

Femtosecond lens provides real-time video imaging which is OCT integrated. This serves three dimensional view of the eye while the procedure is being performed. It is Patient friendly – as it has curved patient interface. This is designed for better patient comfort, ease of access and optimal laser performance. With the help of this femtosecond laser technology the surgery can be performed with better precision, accuracy and has increased chances of reproducibility in each of the mentioned steps. Minimizing the possible risks and delivering better results for the vision after laser cataract surgery.

Wednesday, August 31, 2016