Operation Theater (OT) Services
Operation Theatre and its attached Central Sterilization Service Department (CSSD) occupies a floor area of around 8,000 square ft. Six well equipped independent operating rooms cater around 50 surgeries a day. There are dedicated operation theatres for paediatric, anterior segment, posterior segment, extra ocular surgeries and teaching. The attached CSSD provides pre-packed system for each procedures.
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Cataract lost my sight and it is difficult to move smoothly without assistance of others, but after operation I am comfortable in continuing my job and I can see everything clearly. So, it removes the burden of life by cataract surgery with support from ANDHERI HILFE
They took me back to the eye camp center two days later after the operation. They arranged my stay there and gave me medicine & sunglasses. And they did everything without charging me anything. What I paid for everything is just attend in the free eye camp for the first time to get my sight restoration, and I went to the hospital
I went through some tests there and after the tests, the doctor informed me that I had cataract and an operation would have to be done to remove it in my left eye. On the camp I brought my wife with me to the eye camp for further consultation and finally, we decided to go for surgery
Abul Kashem, a 17 years old young boy from Anderchar (River costal area), Noakhali Sadar under Noakhali district of Bangladesh, could not do well in his work in the brickfield due to his prolonged eye disease. Affected by poor economic condition and shortage of eye care facility, finally avail himself of eye care services and had his vision problem solved at Mazharul Haque BNSB Eye Hospital, Chandpur by Free Screening Eye Camp of ANDHERI HILFE. The treatment has facilitated his return to the work with renewed eyesight.
“She was a dumb women and from the poor economic family could not properly feed our children regularly, at the meantime, Cataract is take away her eye vision, Finally she is going to be blind” This was the urges of this special need women’s husband.
Nur Mohammad, a CNG Filling station worker hailing from a char area in Munshiganj district of Bangladesh, could not do well in his work due to his prolonged eye disease. Affected by river erosions that displaced his family, the sexagenarian could finally avail himself of eye care services and had his vision problem fixed at the Mazharul Haque BNSB Eye Hospital through Screening Eye Camp with support from ANDHERI HILFE, eV, Bonn, Germany. The treatment has facilitated his return to the work with renewed vision.