Cataract in Detail - What is supposed to do after Cataract Surgery

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What is one supposed to do after cataract surgery

The patient is required to instill eye drops as advised. The eye drops include, an antibiotic solution to combat infection and steroids and or nonsteroidal antinflammatory eye drops to control valves and watering.

When at home, the patient is advised not to bend or lift heavy objects. Bending increases pressure in the eye. He can walk, climb stairs, and do light household chores.

He is reviewed after 1 week, 1 month and 3 month intervals. Glasses are normally prescribed at the end of 6 weeks

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am a student nurse and am writin on cataract, i need some help on d literature of cataract because i dont have enough details or any of you can please help me with a proper web site

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