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    Medical Ozone Therapy for Ophthalmology diseases

    Clifford Hospital invested in medical ozone therapy for Ophthalmology disease.

    Medical Case 1: 
    Ms Tan, 42 years old, was hospitalized in Clifford Hospital from September 9 to October 19 in 2007. The doctor diagnosed central serous retinopathy in her left eye. After promoting blood circulation by removing blood stasis, ion-induction therapy and ozonated saline intravenous drip, her eyesight recovered from 0.3 to 0.8. She continued to receive Traditional Chinese Medicine treatments and ozonated saline intravenous drip to enhance the improvements. After 2 months, she recovered.

    Medical Case 2:
    Mr. Zhou, 58 years old, was hospitalized in Clifford Hospital from October 30 to December 21 in 2007. The doctor diagnosed vitreous opacity and macular degeneration with macular cephacoria in his left eye. After injecting Compound Anisodine Hydrobromide to the  tempus, ion-induction therapy and ozonated saline intravenous drip, the patient's eyesight recovered from 0.2 to 0.9. His vitreous body turbidness cleared, his state of yellow spot improved but macular cephacoria still existed.

    Medical Case 3:
    Mr. Li, 41 years old, was hospitalized in Clifford Hospital from October 30 to December 21 in 2007. The doctor diagnosed a branch vein of retina blocked in his right eye. After promoting blood circulation by removing blood stasis, injecting Compound Anisodine Hydrobromide to the  tempus, ion-induction therapy and ozonated saline intravenous drip, the patient's eyesight recovered from 0.15 to 0.1. Fundus hemorrhage turned thin and light. He is presently undergoing treatments to enhance the improvements.
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    Doctor's suggestions: Medical ozone therapy can increase oxygen concentration in blood and quicken cell repair. Compared to hyperbaric oxygen chamber, it is safer and more convenient.

    Medical Case 4: Say goodbye to glasses.
    Little girl Xiao Wen likes watching TV. When she was 4 years old, her mother found she always twisted her head to watch TV but paid no attention to her wrong posture. However, with the wrong posture getting serious, her mother felt worried and brought her to Zhongshan Ophthalmology Center. After diagnosis of serious lazy eye by the doctors, her mother felt extremely worried.

    From then on, Xiaowen had to wear glasses. During 2 years of treatment, her parents had to bring her from Panyu to Guangzhou many times. However, because of the long travel distance, her treatments were irregular and the effect was not good. When she was 6 years old, her mother heard from colleagues about Clifford Hospital and it might be able to help Xiaowen. The couple brought their daughter to Clifford Hospital on a Sunday (Clifford Hospital operates in both working days and holidays).

    The beautiful environment of Clifford Hospital attracted the family. The doctor's patient, meticulous and careful examination made the couple feel comfortable. Advanced clinical equipment, detailed treatment and the positive feedback from Xiaowen helped the couple decide to bring Xiaowen to Clifford Hospital for further treatment. After 3 years of sustained and consistent treatment, Xiaowen's eyes recovered and she finally got rid of her glasses.

    Doctor's suggestions: The key to cure Amblyopia is early detection and treatment. Some parents thought it cruel for their children to undergo therapy. However, the most appropriate treatment time for correcting Amblyopia is at the age of 3-5. Therefore, they may easily miss this window of cure opportunity. The Ophthalmology Department of Clifford Hospital adopts comprehensive therapies with functional training and alternative treatment for Amblyopia, which has proved to be effective for many patients.

    Medical Case 5: A big surprise when traveling
    Ms. Li  was 50 years old. She has settled down in Australia for many years. During the Christmas holidays of 2005, she visited Hong Kong and traveled to Clifford Estates. She was introduced to Clifford Hospital when her friend learned that she was worried about her eyesight. After being diagnosed with cataract, she decided to be hospitalized for operation. As a result, her eyesight was restored from 0.3 to 1.0. Ms Li felt comfortable and took photos with doctors and nurses and decided to accept surgery on the other eye the next time she travels to Clifford Estates.

    Doctor's suggestions: Cataract surgery has developed from blindness emersion to refractive surgery. Therefore, if the eyesight has turned weak and affects daily life and work, people can consider an operation. By undergoing integrative Traditional Chinese, Western and Alternative medicine therapies, the recovery time can be shortened.

    Medical Case 6: 
    Mr. Cui, 55 years old, is a member of a Hong Kong company staff. He had headaches and double vision of everything for 3 months. After being diagnosed with external rectus muscle incomplete paralysis of right eye, he was hospitalized in Clifford Hospital from July 3 to July 21 in 2003.
    The patient has a 10 years history of diabetes and suffered from diplopia in April 2003. He was diagnosed with abducens paralysis and no obvious effect was achieved after being treated in a Hong Kong hospital for two months. Triprism glass was applied to him to relieve the symptoms and he was told to undergo surgery if there was no improvement within half a year. Mr. Cui was hospitalized in Clifford Hospital on July 3, 2003. 

    Admission Examination: Normal eyesight, need prism with 25 degrees to ease diplopia, poor blood sugar control.

    Treatment Process: Convene endocrine specialists for consultation to control blood sugar, simultaneously integrating Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine therapies such as promoting blood circulation by removing blood stasis and trophic nerve, iontophoresis with local Traditional Chinese Medicine and nutrition to nerves. After ten-days of treatment, his diplopia symptoms were eased. Furthermore, it required a prism of only 8 degrees to correct diplopia. The patient continued to take medicine integrating Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine for 1 month. And according to the medical record review at the end of August 2003, patient's directional movement of the right eye was good and diplopia had disappeared.

    Doctor's words: Using western medicine for Diplopia caused by nerves and muscle weakness is limited. However, therapy integrating Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine is effective for Diplopia. Clifford Hospital places great value on the specialist consultation system. It is the comprehensive examination, diagnosis and treatment after the specialists' consultation that helped Mr. Cui to recover in a short time. 

    Medical Case 7: An 86-year-old cataract lady can see light again
    After surgery, the 86-year-old cataract lady found her eyesight has improved. "Thanks to the Ophthalmology Department of Clifford Hospital." she said. It is like this.

    When Ms Lin was 84 years old, the eyesight from one eye turned weak. Though the other eyesight was relatively better, she could not see things clearly, to say nothing of being able to watch TV or read newspapers. As a result, the cataract led to deterioration in her quality of life. One day, she learned a piece of news about Curing Cataract in Ten Minutes from Panyu Daily newspaper. She phoned Clifford Hospital for an appointment.

    The doctors in the Ophthalmology Department of Clifford Hospital made a careful and meticulous examination of Ms. Lin when she arrived. According to the examination, one of her eyes could be operated on while the other could not. The beautiful environment, advanced facilities of Clifford Hospital and friendly medical staff, especially her chief physician, a PhD mentor, who would carry out the operation gave her much confidence; she decided to undergo Cataract surgery. After a short surgery (total less than half an hour and the real operating time did not exceed 5 minutes), her eyesight was restored to more than 0.5 in the following day. Furthermore, since Clifford Hospital is a designated hospital for Free Medical Service in Guangdong Province, for Medical Insurance in Panyu District and for New Rural Cooperative Medical Service in Panyu District, her medical expenses claim process was finished smoothly. Because of her experience, Ms. Lin said she would like to come back to Clifford Hospital for surgery on the other eye.

    Doctor's words: With the improvement of operating facilities for Cataract, especially with the new ultra emulsifier, cataract surgery is not limited by age any more. Because the Operation time is shorter and the surgical trauma has become less, the elderly are not disqualified because of age and can accept Cataract Surgery which has improved the elderlies' quality of life and eased the burdens of their children. Healthy eyesight of parents is the happiness of sons and daughters.   

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