TREATMENT IS AVAILABLE IN ISRAEL AGAIN – HADASSAH IS WAITING FOR PATIENTS
The Hadassah Hospital continues to provide assistance to foreign patients even during quarantine. The employees of the international department help promptly:
PLEASE CONTACT OUR UNITED APPOINTMENT CENTER FOR ALL QUESTIONS BY TELEPHONE +972(2)560-97-99.
Here you can undergo preliminary diagnostics and receive a remote consultation from a leading Israeli specialist.
In 2018, the Ophthalmology Department of the Hadassah hospital celebrated its 100th anniversary. More than 45,000 patients are treated by ophthalmologists at the medical center every year. The experience of treating eye diseases accumulated by the doctors of the department exceeds the experience of any Israeli and most of the world clinics. That is why many of those who could not be helped in other vision clinics are cured in the Hadassah hospital.
The doctor’s experience is the determining factor in the fields of medicine, in which approximately the same diagnostic and treatment tools are used in different countries and clinics, but filigree precision is required. Hadassah specialists underwent practice under the guidance of the world leading ophthalmic surgeons, each of them saved the vision sense of hundreds of adults and children.
Professor Itai Hovers — Head of the Ophthalmology Department.
Specialization: treatment of all types of diseases of the retina and vitreous body. The professor has performed thousands of successful surgeries using the most modern methods and technologies
Work experience — more than 24 years.
Dr. Irene Antebi — Head of the Pediatric Ophthalmology Department.
Specialization: treatment of congenital vision defects, strabismus and other vision pathologies in children of all ages. The doctor has restored vision sense to hundreds of children of all ages, including those suffering from complex disorders.
More than 29 years of experience.
Professor Yakov Peer — an internationally renowned physician, former head of the Oncological Ophthalmology Department.
Specialization: Removal of eye tumors such as retinoblastoma using the most modern means. Professor Peer is a unique specialist who treats children from dozens of countries around the world.
More than 43 years of experience.
On our website, you can read about specific cases of unique treatment of patients of all ages with vision problems and about the awards received by Hadassah doctors for their contribution to the fight against blindness.
The department performs surgeries on the conjunctiva, cornea, eyelids, orbit, lacrimal canals, retina, vitreous humor, cataract surgery, strabismus correction, glaucoma and intraocular tumor surgery.
All types of lasers existing in world practice are used in Hadassah: lasers for the treatment of retinal diseases (such as diabetes and glaucoma), intraocular tumors, correction of myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism using the LASIK method, as well as the latest lasers for the treatment of age-related macular degeneration.
For more than 15 years, the Hadassah clinic has been carrying out various projects to study the genetic causes of ophthalmic diseases. In Hadassah, specialists were able to determine the genetic causes for more than half of the patients with various eye diseases. Most of them are born sighted, but due to illness they begin to lose their ability to see between the ages of 5 and 20.
A consultation with geneticists is of paramount importance to reduce the prevalence of eye diseases.
Experienced specialists who have completed many years of practice in large foreign centers work in the department. Using the latest methods of optical topography, doctors detect the slightest deviations in the eye structure, which allows to make an accurate diagnosis while the disease has not yet become advanced.
Before the surgery, an anesthesiologist examines the child and explains to him and his parents the specifics of anesthesia and surgery. You can also watch a presentation prepared by the staff of the center that will help relieve preoperative stress.
The surgeon will also examine the child and schedule the operation. Parents are asked to arrive at the day care one hour before the scheduled surgery time.
Usually, children over six months are given anti-anxiety medication before surgery, as determined by the anesthesiologist.
After the surgery, children remain under medical monitoring in the day care for some time. A few hours after the complete end of the anesthesia, they are discharged home.
Following monitoring and doctor`s appointments are planned depending on the surgery nature. Children who have had intraocular surgery are usually checked the next day. Those who have undergone extraocular surgery are invited for an appointment one to two weeks after the surgery.
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