Project Report on Lv Prasad Eye Hospital

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Acknowledgment

We would like to thank, Our professor of Kiit School

of Management,, Mr.Biswajit Das, for his support,

Encouragement & for his esteemed guidance. We

would also like to show our gratitude towards

Dr. Bikas Chandra Mohanta( L V Prasad Eye

Hospital) for paving the right path for the Kiitians.

Lastly, We would thank The Almighty for blessing

us with our abilities.

CONTENTS

Preface………………………………..

LV Prasad Eye Institute……………..
Introduction ………………………….
Services………………………………..
Research……………………………..
Education……………………………..
ICARE………………………………..
LASIK………………………………..

Arvind Eye Hospital………………….
Conclusion……………………………
Bibliography………………………….

Preface

During the first year of MBA in Kiit School of Management ,this

is a major project which is included in the course curriculum.

The topic of our project reports on the Difference in Services

provided between L V Prasad Eye Hospital & Arvind Eye

Hospital.

A complete task of starting from concept analysis to preparation

of the entire Project by various methodology has been done

under the guidance of Professor. Biswajit Das ( Course

Instructor).

The unique services provided by the hospitals has

collaboration with World Health Organization and assures the

society for prevention of blindness ratio.

Every care has been taken while preparing this project report.

Clinical Services

Cataract

• Small incision cataract surgery

• Phacoemulsification : Phacoemulsification refers to modern cataract surgery in which the eye's internal lens isemulsified with an ultrasonic handpiece and aspirated from the eye. Aspirated fluids are replaced with irrigation of balanced salt solution, thus maintaining the anterior chamber, as well as cooling the handpiece.

[pic]

• YAG Capsulotomy : A yttrium aluminum garnet (YAG) capsulotomy isan outpatientlaser surgery performed by an ophthalmologist on a patient who has previously had cataract surgery — the removal a cloudy lens from the eye.

Corea

• Corneal Transplantation : Also known as corneal grafting, is a surgical procedure where a damaged or diseased cornea is replaced by donated corneal tissue in its entirety.

• Infections and Ulcers: The cornea is the clear (transparent) tissue at the front of the eye. A corneal ulcer is an erosion or open sore in the outer layer of the cornea. It is often caused by infection.

• Amniotic membrance transplantation : Amniotic membrane transplantation has been used for reconstruction of the corneal surface in the setting of persistent epithelial defects, partial limbal stem cell deficiency, bullous keratopathy and corneoscleral ulcers.

Contact Lenses
• Soft Contact Lens: Soft contact lenses are made of a highly flexible gel material that contains water. Soft lenses do permit oxygen to reach the eye. [pic] A pair of contact lenses, positioned with the concave side facing upward • Rigid Gas Permeable contact Lens: Rigid gas permeable contact lenses, also called RGP or GP contact lenses, are made from a firm plastic material and contain no water. Unlike hard lenses, RGP lenses permit oxygen to pass directly through the lens to the eye so that it may "breathe." Because they transmit oxygen these lenses are referred to as gas permeable.

• Cosmetic Contact lens: A cosmetic contact lens is designed to change the appearance

of the eye.

Retina Vitreous

• Diabetic Retinopathy: Caused by complications of diabetes mellitus, which can eventually lead to blindness.

• Infammations and infections

• Neuro-ophthalmology: Specializing in diseases affecting vision that originate from the nervous system.

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