Side Effects After Cataract Surgery?
Was it laser cataract surgery .. my mother had complications of diabetes. Heart. Kidney. Did surgery under general anesthesia
Cataract is a condition where there is a buildup of protein in the eye lens, which causes the eye lens to become cloudy. Cataracts can be affected due to various causes such as age, diabetes, trauma to the eye, exposure to pollution. Cataracts can cause symptoms such as a blurry feeling when seeing, such as being covered in smoke when looking at them, and in advanced cases can cause completely closed vision
The choice of anesthetic technique depends on the severity of the cataract your mother is experiencing, and it depends on other comorbidities. However, cataract surgery is usually performed using local anesthesia / anesthesia techniques. The patient is usually conscious, and under local anesthesia it usually does not affect kidney or heart disease. However, in certain circumstances, cataract surgery may be performed using general anesthesia surgery techniques. Therefore, to find out the right anesthetic procedure, you can ask your mother's eye specialist directly.
Here is an article that you can read about cataract surgery
may be useful. Thank you