Patient management protocols during COVID pandemic and lockdown period

Objectives   To be part of essential health care services as per government directives and guidelines To keep our staff and doctors safe from infection while rendering the vital services To take care of vision care emergencies and consultations for preventive care Policy We, at Maxivision Eye Care Hospitals Group, have seen over 6 million […]

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Leadership in the times of a Pandemic – COVID-19

Hello All, I hope you all are safe and healthy. All of us are probably now morbid with boredom than the real virus itself. It is why I want to pitch in and give some pep talk to all of you. Being in leadership roles, we mustn’t lose our morale and motivation. The fear or […]

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Squint Eye (& Lazy Eye): Causes, symptoms & treatment

The beauty of a face is most evident in one’s eyes. So, it is essential that not only the eye health but also its outward appearance has to be straight sans any deviation. We see every eye that sees is not the same. Thus, squint eye is a condition where the direction of the gaze […]

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Strategies to Adopt to make every patient a brand Ambassador

It takes a lot to satisfy customers these days. Social media acts as a tool to anticipate customer needs and improve service time and efficiency. Health care sector entities today are infinitely more engaged and committed to their target audiences, and that has paid dividends in improving brand loyalty and overall patient experience. That said, […]

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How to build an Effective and Dedicated Team?

The first rule of team building is to establish your leadership with each team member. Remember that the most effective team leaders build their relationships of trust and loyalty, rather than fear or the power of their positions. I would like to share a few elements regarding this. Make sure that you have a clear […]

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How Am I Managing The Stress and Depression during Isolation and No Work?

The current lockdown brought about due to the onset of the Covid19 is an unprecedented event in the lives of every individual today in their lifetime. It is not something that anyone of us has seen in our current lifetime and something that we all hope to not see again. During these times we all […]

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Retinal Detachment Surgery: What to expect?

Retinal detachment describes an emergency condition. It is a condition wherein a thin layer of tissue (the retina) at the back of the eye pulls away from its usual position. It divides the retinal cells from the blood vessel layer that gives oxygen and nourishment. The more extended retinal detachment goes untouched, the higher your […]

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Robotic Cataract Surgery: Everything you should know

Cataract surgeries are going to be faster and hassle-free. The new Robotic Cataract Surgery technology, which employs laser machines to work on cataract patients, is being acquired by a handful of hospitals. The newest cataract surgery technique replaces manual actions. It is done by a very accurate and precise Femtosecond Laser which makes the surgery blade-free […]

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What is Glaucoma? How does it affect vision?

Glaucoma is a state that damages your eye’s optic nerve. Also, it gets worse over time. It’s often connected to a buildup of pressure inside your eye. Glaucoma is likely to be run in families as well. As a rule, you don’t get it until later in life. The intraocular pressure or the increased pressure […]

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Diabetic Retinopathy, Diabetes & Vision Loss: Key sources

Do you know that Diabetic retinopathy is the most common cause of vision loss for people with diabetes? It’s in fact, the leading cause of blindness for all adults in the U.S. Diabetic retinopathy is an eye condition that causes changes to the blood vessels in the retinal part of your eye. That’s the lining […]

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