Choice of lens depends upon
1. Lifestyle and activities of patient
2. Age of patient
3. Associated medical and ocular conditions
4. Visual outcome expectations of patient
5. Financial condition of patient
1. During the first week after surgery, it generally is recommended that the patient keep his or her eye covered at all times, either with eyeglasses or an eye shield, to protect it from being bumped or rubbed.
2. Patient is required to instill drops in the operated eye as advised
3. Patient id require to continued his systemic medication as advised by physician
4. Patient is required to avoid the following
• Bending over
• Lifting weights more than 5kg
• Rubbing the eye
• Splash water onto the face
• Straining for motions or passing urine
They are very rare with newer techniques. Hence all instructions should be followed as given by your doctor.
1. Corneal oedema
2. Posterior capsular rupture
3. Nucleus drop(a part or entire cataract drops into back of eye
5. Retinal detachment
6. Cystoid macular oedema
7. Posterior capsular opacification(Late)
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