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    Hyderabad: Almost 50 percent of individuals seeing the ‘Kanti Velugu’ camps have vision issues. A bulk of senior citizens are dealing with cataract; they have actually been described significant medical facilities.

    The ‘Kanti Velugu’ program has actually been taking place in PHCs throughout the State from January 19. It has actually been discovered that fifty percent of individuals seeing the camps are having vision issues. According to authorities, till Monday, 6.22 lakh individuals were evaluated. Over 2.7 lakh had eye disorders.

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    According to clinical policeman Dr S Rajesh Kumar at the camp arranged at AV College, primarily senior individuals were coming for eye examinations. Some were featuring cataract issues. They have actually been described significant medical facilities for therapy.

    Dr Kumar claimed practically daily over 100 individuals were coming for eye examination. Most senior citizens and also trainees were having vision issues. On the inaugural day 87 individuals had actually come, on the 2nd day (on Friday) 135 individuals and also on Monday 120 individuals made use of the solutions.

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    Those that had small issues are being provided checking out glasses instantly; if they require unique ones, prescription glasses would certainly be offered to them within 2 weeks, he claimed, including regarding 35 percent required prescription glasses.

    An senior lady from Domalguda, Yada Lakshmi, claimed she did not obtain spects as physicians claimed she had a problem with a stopped working eye procedure. She was asked to visitKing Koti Hospital Lakshmi claimed she lately had an eye procedure, however still had visionproblem Hence she saw the camp, however was disturbed as physicians informed her to visit an additional medical facility.

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    Rajamma (82) needed to return empty-handed as she might not lug Aadhaar Card, which has actually been made compulsory for the recipients. She concerned the centre with 2 others and also was seen waiting outside the centre for her good friends to return.

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    Sharing his experience, an additional individual from the neighboring area, Raj Kumar, claimed that he had actually come below as he was not able to review papers or files. He claimed it took one hr for the whole procedure to finish; physicians provided him checking out glasses.

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