Restore the vision of a poor person through retina surgery to restore vision-ICARE Eye Hospital & Post Graduate Institute
Restore the vision of a poor person through retina surgery to restore vision, INR 6000
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Retinal diseases constitute one of the major causes of blindness in our country. Some of the retinal conditions requiring surgical intervention are:

? Retinal detachment – This condition leads to sudden visual loss in an otherwise seeing eye. It may occur in myopia, following trauma or maybe age-related.

? Vitreous hemorrhage – This refers to bleeding in the eye which results in sudden vision loss. It may be due to trauma or ocular tuberculosis in younger patients, and due to hypertension or diabetes in older patients.

? Diabetic retinopathy – The effect of diabetes on the retina can lead to irreversible loss of vision if not detected and treated appropriately. It often affects both eyes in a similar manner.

As opposed to cataract, surgical treatment of retinal diseases is more complex, requires specialised equipment and highly trained surgeons. In most cases, early surgery is imperative to avoid permanent loss of sight. The sooner the surgery is performed, the better the visual prognosis. Also, while cataract patients are usually middle aged to elderly, retinal diseases can affect any age group, ranging from children to adults in the economically productive age group, to the elderly.

Unfortunately, many patients are unable to afford this complex, highly specialised retinal surgery, owing to cost constraints. Multiple surgeries are often required in retinal conditions, and patients are unable to bear the cost of the procedures. This leaves them helpless and on the road to visual permanent blindness.

With a helping hand at the correct time, many of these eyes can be salvaged with gratifying results.

Donation Option Break-up cost in INR
Towards part costs on Staff Salary and Establishment Exp 4500.00
Cost of Medicine/IOLs 1000.00
Transport 50.00
Admin 450.00
Unit Price 6000
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Total 6000
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Help to restore vision of a poor child by sponsoring cataract surgery under general anesthesia
Yoginder Kumar whose pet name is Kala belongs to village Mohbatabad, Khurja district Bulandshahr. Both of his eyes were defected by birth, he lost his father three months ago due to kidney failure. He has one sibling whose age is just 1 and half years. Kala was suffering from extreme difficulty in his daily life and his mother had difficult to manage both the children one very small another who had eye problem. She was unable to perform her daily duty properly also has eye. Kala’s grandfather had got to know about the eye camps that were organized by ICARE Eye Hospital, Noida at Khurja.
His grandfather was very happy to know about the eye camp and wanted his grandson to get his vision back, on the same day he brought his grandson (Kala) to the camp. During his investigation at the camp, Kala was found to be suffering from Cataract in both the eyes. The next day Kala along with his grandfather accompanied the ICARE team to ICARE hospital, Noida.
The next morning his right eye was operated upon and after two weeks second eye was operated. His both the eyes were successfully operated, his grandfather is really happy to see his grandson got the vision back.

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