Today, after a minimally invasive cataract surgery with topic anesthesia, post-op should be expected as follows:
The most dreaded complication, even if extremely rare, is infection. During the first days after surgery, the risk of infection is still high.
For this reason, the patient has to meet deadlines set by the ophthalmologist for checkups and follow a theraphy with antibiotic eye drops. In case of any visual disturbance, specific checkups are mandatory: even infections, when catched immediately, can be properly treated.
It is best not to touch the affected eye for the first days and follow common hygiene rules to avoid the risk of infections that could become particularly serious after surgery.
Enrico Nicotra, CataniaVotazione: EccellenteIt was a happy experience of my life, even if, through some difficulties! Excellent assistance during surgery and only minimal discomfort.
Getting rid of glasses worn for a lifetime is freedom…. is a new life!
It... Keep on reading this review is very important, for a radiologist like me, after a short adaptation I see much better pictures at my computer workstation. I move a lot better in the workspaces, finally seeing well. Even after a "mountain" of work, when I get home my eyes are no more red and tired as they used to be before the operation.
Seeing well the stars and the moon is amazing! :-)