Sarath Maxivision Eye Hospitals, a leading eye care network in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, has launched Rexon-Eye, an advanced dry eye treatment technology at its Warangal hospital. This non-invasive, durable treatment is an irreversible solution for patients suffering from the debilitating condition associated with all types of dry eye. Dry eye disease is a condition in which the eyes do not produce enough tears or tears of the required quality. It causes a constant feeling of discomfort with symptoms such as eye inflammation, discharge, excessive discharge (mucus), sensitivity to light, excessive tearing, and blurred vision. According to a recent analysis, India is on the brink of a growing dry eye disease epidemic. By 2030, it is estimated that 275 million people will be affected by this problem.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Rajesh Sinha (Professor of Ophthalmology, Cataract & Refractive Surgery, Rajendra Prasad Center for Ophthalmic Sciences, AIIMS, New Delhi) said that dry eye disease is a condition in which the eyes do not produce enough tears or tears of the required quality. Eye irritation, redness, excessive discharge, sensitivity to light, excessive tearing and blurred vision lead to visual discomfort. Rajesh Sinha has been an instructor in many prestigious international conferences and surgical training courses. He did fellowship at University of Washington (USA).
Sarath is the Director of Maxivision Eye Hospitals & Managing Partner Dr. C Sarath Babu An expert cataract surgeon with more than 30 years of experience in this field. He led a team of dedicated super specialist doctors who treated over ten lakh patients and performed more than 1.5 lakh cataract surgeries through phacoemulsification technique. Recently, he joined hands with Maxivision Eye Hospitals, a leading eye care network with a combined experience of 50 years at various locations in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
Rexon-Eye Therapy offered by Sarath Maxivision Eye Hospitals works successfully for both evaporative and hypo-secretive dry eye. Once the treatment is completed, the benefits for the patient begin, and those benefits continue for a long time. The treatment is comfortable, pleasant and relaxing. It consists of four treatment sessions of 20 minutes each over a period of one week.
Launch of Rexon-i Technology
Rexon-Eye Technology has been introduced at Sarath Maxivision Eye Hospitals in Warangal. This advanced technology is a major milestone in the treatment of dry eye disease. Because it provides a non-invasive, long-lasting solution to all types of dry eyes. Sarath Maxivision Eye Hospitals Director & Managing Partner Dr. C Sarath Babu expressed his happiness over the introduction of Rexon-Eye technology and said, “We are proud to be the first hospital to introduce this technology in Warangal. This is another milestone in our commitment to provide the best eye care services to the people of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh,” added Rs.
Expansion of services
Sarath Maxivision Eye Hospitals formed by the merger of Sarath Laser Eye Hospital and Maxivision Eye Hospitals has expanded its services to more than 15 hospitals in two Telugu states. This integration will add immense value to each service with cutting-edge technologies and approaches. Sarath Maxi Vision Eye Hospitals started its journey in 1993 with Sarath Laser Eye Hospital. Ophthalmic sub-specialty, Pediatric Ophthalmology has achieved the distinction of being the first and only center in the Telangana region. It is the first institute in Warangal district to introduce medical retina. In 1995, it was the first institution in the state to perform phaco emulsification surgery. It has also adopted 44 villages in and around Warangal district. There the doctors of the organization performed free cataract surgeries. It has established six vision centers that provide primary eye care to those in need.
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