Warangal, 16th April 2023: Sharat Maxivision Eye Hospitals, a leading eye care network in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, has launched an advanced dry eye treatment technology called Rexon-Eye at their Warangal hospital. This non-invasive and durable treatment for all forms of dry eye is the ultimate solution for patients suffering from this debilitating condition. Dry eye disease is a condition where the eyes do not produce enough tears or of the needed quality, leading to a constant sense of discomfort and symptoms such as burning sensation, redness, and excessive mucus discharge, sensitivity to light, excess tearing, and blurring of vision. According to recent analysis, India is on the brink of an emerging dry-eye disease epidemic, and by the year 2030, a staggering 275 million people are expected to be affected by this problem.
Speaking on the occasion Dr.Rajesh Sinha- Professor of Ophthalmology, Cataract & Refractive Surgery, Rajendra Prasad Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences, AIIMS, New Delhi. Dry eye disease is a condition where the eyes do not produce enough tears or of the needed quality, leading to a constant sense of discomfort and symptoms such as burning sensation, redness, and excessive mucus discharge, sensitivity to light, excess tearing, and blurring of vision. Rajesh Sinha has been an instructor at various prestigious International conferences and surgical training courses. He has done fellowship at the University of Washington, USA.
Dr. C Sharat Babu, Director & Managing Partner of Sharat Maxivision Eye Hospitals, is an expert cataract surgeon with more than 30 years of experience in the field. He led a team of dedicated super-specialist doctors who have treated over a million patients and performed over 1.5 lakh cataract surgeries carried out by the Phacoemulsification technique. Recently, he joined hands with Maxivision Eye Hospitals to be the leading eye care network across different locations of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, with a combined experience of 50 years.
The Rexon-Eye therapy offered by Sharat Maxivision Eye Hospitals successfully works for both evaporative as well as hypo-secretive dry eye. The benefits for the patient begin just after the treatment and have been shown to be long-term. The treatment itself is comfortable, pleasant, and relaxing, and consists of four treatment sessions of 20 minutes each, at one-week intervals.
Inauguration of Rexon-Eye Technology
The inauguration of the Rexon-Eye technology was done at the Warangal hospital of Sharat Maxivision Eye Hospitals. This advanced technology is a major milestone in the treatment of dry eye disease, as it provides a non-invasive and durable solution for all forms of dry eye. Dr. C Sharat Babu, Director & Managing Partner of Sharat Maxivision Eye Hospitals, expressed his delight at the introduction of the Rexon-Eye technology, saying, “We are proud to be the first hospital to introduce this technology in Warangal. This is another milestone in our commitment to providing the best eye care services to the people of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.”
Expansion of Services
With the merger of Sharat Laser Eye Hospital and Maxivision Eye Hospitals, Sharat Maxivision Eye Hospitals has expanded its services to over 15 hospitals in the twin Telugu states. This merger adds immense value to every service with state-of-the-art technologies and procedures. Sharat Maxivision Eye Hospitals started their journey at Sharat Laser Eye Hospital in 1993 and achieved the distinction of being the first and only center to provide ophthalmic sub-specialty and Pediatric Ophthalmology services in the Telangana region. They were the first to introduce Medical Retina in the Warangal district and the first practitioners in the state to have performed Phacoemulsification surgery in 1995. In 2013, they became the first NABH SHCO Eye hospital in the then combined state of Andhra Pradesh. They have also adopted 44 villages in and around the Warangal district, where they performed free Cataract surgeries and established six Vision Centers delivering primary eye care for the needy.