New Delhi, May 6, 2023: Continuing its endeavor to sensitize people on the natural and herbal methodologies to treat cataracts, Dr Basu Eye Hospital, a leading player in ayurvedic eye cure, organized an eye disorder prevention medical camp in association with the Bina Operation Motiyabind Dhirishti Dosh Nivaran Samithi. The medical camp was organized at Dr Basu Eye Hospital and Cataract Prevention Center at Jasola in New Delhi on 30 April 2023.
As many as 150 beneficiaries received free treatment for cataract-related eye disorders at the medical camp, which boasted the fact that treatment to cataracts and other eye disorder can be treated in a completely natural process without any surgery. Key dignitaries present at the camp included Health Minister of Delhi, Saurabh Bhardwaj as Chief Guest and Municipal Councilor, Chirag Delhi, Krishan Jakhar as the Special Guest.
“It is an honor to be part of such a noble initiative which advocates the natural and herbal treatment of key eye diseases. Cataract has been a major concern among several individuals across the country in recent years, mostly driven by the increasing numbers of diabetic cases. The endeavor of Dr Mahender Singh Basu, Founder of Dr. Basu Eye Hospital is especially laudable at this time considering the pressing need for Ayurvedic health care for a sustainable lifestyle,” noted Health Minister of Delhi Saurabh Bhardwaj.
Special Guest at the occasion Municipal Councilor, Chirag Delhi Krishan Jakhar highlighted how eye treatment through ancient Indian medication like Ayurveda can be more effective than modern medication involving operations. “This medical camp will indeed foster a change of mindset among people, who are now getting more and more aware of treatment through sustainable methodologies. I really appreciate Dr. Basu Eye Hospital for organizing the medical camp, not just because it significantly helped several people today but also because this will be phenomenal in revamping the eye treatment procedures across the country in the long run,” mentioned Mr Jakhar.
The special eye disorder prevention medical camp was organized in line with Dr. Basu Eye Hospital’s mission to provide solutions to eye treatment methodologies that are advanced and researched in detail. Recently, the Hospital announced the results of a retrospective observational study conducted by Prof Yamini of Banaras Hindu University, Uttar Pradesh, on the use of Isotine herbal eye drops – one of the effective remedies for cataract-induced vision impairment. The study, which included 308 cataract patients treated between 2017 to 2019, showed significant improvement in uncorrected distance visual acuity (UDVA) and uncorrected near visual acuity (UNVA) after treatment with Isotine.
“Our aim has always been to continue advanced medicinal research and develop solutions that will provide the best medical benefit to the maximum number of people. The huge number of people preferring to get treated for cataracts through natural methodology without any surgery at the medical camp today is a testament to how people are getting more aware of natural and herbal treatment, which can be the best way to maintain a healthy living,” said Dr Mahender Singh Basu, Founder of Dr. Basu Eye Hospital.