Cataract in Detail - Diabetics prone to Cataract

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Diabetics prone to cataract

It has clearly been established that antibiotics especially if administered by the fourth day reduces the complications of the disease.

Severe cases are treated with antibiotics like Penicillin or Ampicillin for 10 days. Less severe cases with antibiotics like Doxycycline 100 mg orally twice a day for 7 days along with supportive therapy for multiorgan damage.

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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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