Pan-Retinal

Photocoagulation

(PRP) Laser

Pan-Retinal Photocoagulation (PRP) Laser

Introduction

Procedure

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1

The affected eye will be dilated with dilating drops before the procedure.

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2

Topical anaesthetic eye drops will be given to minimise discomfort.

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The doctor will place a special contact lens on the surface of the eye. This will focus the laser on the specific area of the retina.

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This procedure will be done in an upright position and usually takes about 15-30 minutes, depending on the extense of ocular condition and patient cooperation.

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