Eye Surgeries and procedures at Deep Netralaya Eye Hospital, Balrampur

Eye Surgeries and procedures at Deep Netralaya Eye Hospital, Balrampur

Packages and Prices

Lids and cornea surgery

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Eye Surgeries and procedures

Lid and corneal surgery

Pterygium Surgery with Grafting

Dacryo-Cysto-Rhinostomy Surgery

Chalazion Surgery

Trabeculectomy with MMC

Lid Laceration Repair

Corneal Perforation Repair

Rs 7,500

Rs 12,000

Rs 2,000

Rs 12,500

Rs 3,500

Rs 5,000

Day Of Surgery

Surgery Days : Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

Same day surgery

Patient is seen in  morning.  Patient is operated in morning and discharged in late afternoon on same day. Total expected hospital stay is 5-6 hours.

 Work up and evaluation

Procedure / Surgery

Discharge from Hospital

Reporting : 9:00 am to 11: am

Expected Stay : 5-6 hours

Expected Time of Discharge : 4-5 pm

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Deep Netralaya Eye Hospital, behind Indane gas agency, Civil Line, Balrampur, Uttar Pradesh 271201

INCLUDED In Packages

Services , medicines, disposables, and implants

Work up and evaluation for the Procedure / Surgery

These are the clinical and diagnostic test performed by different heath care professionals before any medical procedure /Surgery.

Details of the Work up and evaluation for the Procedure / Surgery are provided by the hospital in the discharge summary after the procedure.

Consultation before Procedure

This is consultation with the doctor before you actually have the surgery /procedure. After the consultation, doctor will  decide the medical condition that you have and the treatment required.

Patient the attendant can have their questions and concerned addressed by the doctor.

Blood Investigations

These are the blood test required in the patient for managing the medical and surgical conditions associated.

Details of the Blood Investigations are provided by the hospital in the discharge summary after the procedure.

Counselling Services

Designated medical Counselor provides the the counselling about , medical conditions, treatment options, pain management, surgical procedure, implants, outcome of treatment, , consent for treatment and follow-up schedule.

You should also discuss the problems and complication related to treatment.

Cataract surgery

In cataract surgery, the lens inside your eye that has become cloudy is removed and replaced with an artificial lens (called an intraocular lens, or IOL) to restore clear vision.

The procedure typically is performed on an outpatient basis and does not require an overnight stay in a hospital or other care facility.

Phacoemulsification  cataract surgery

Phacoemulsification is a modern cataract surgery in which the eye’s internal lens is emulsified with an ultrasonic handpiece and aspirated from the eye. Aspirated fluids are replaced with irrigation of balanced salt solution to maintain the anterior chamber.

Intra-ocular Lens

The intra-ocular lens in implanted during the Cataract surgery.The details of the lens is provided in the discharge summary  at the time of discharge.

Pain Management:  No injection /Topical anesthesia

Topical anesthetic, with the use of supplemental intracameral lidocaine, is the most commonly used method of anesthesia for cataract surgery. The upsides of this technique are that it does not alter vision, avoids the use of needles, and may not require sedation.

Medicine and  Surgical Disposables

These include all the medicines, drugs , injections tablets and the surgical disposables used in evaluation , treatment and surgery of the patients . The details are provided by the final bill provided by the hospital.

Nursing services

The nursing care provided during the hospital stay.

Discharge summary after the medical procedure of Surgery

The hospital provided the discharge summary clearly indicated the the medical condition diagnosed, the investigations done , the treatment ( medical or surgical ) offered and advice regarding further treatment and follow-up.


The services required after the patient is discharged from the hospital.

Follow-up Consultations After the Procedure

These are the consultations with the doctor that you have after the surgery /procedure is been done.  It may vary from patient to patient..

Patient the attendant can have their questions and concerned addressed by the doctor.

Consultation with specialist of other specialties

Sometimes your medical condition requires a consultation from  specialist of different medical fields.

Spectacles and Contact Lens

Usually required to correct small amount of refractive error present after surgery

Management of medical conditions arising after medical procedure/surgery

It is the management of medical conditions , which may or may not be related/ associated  to the primary medical procedure or surgery , after the patient is discharged.

Ambulance services

For shifting the patients from one location