In our last article, we outlined the things that are important to know before your child undergoes surgery. One of the things were common types of pediatric eye surgery, namely strabismus, tear duct, ptosis, cataract, and glaucoma surgeries. A study published by the NCBI explains that children’s post-operative needs are much greater than those of adults, as children’s eyes are more prone to inflammation and a shallow anterior chamber. Also, as the children’s eyes are still expected to grow, the corrective surgery is much more complicated
Today, we will build on that. Our Children’s Eye Doctor will discuss the best practices you can adopt to help your child recover from surgery.
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