God is our Guide cidpusa No -1 in autoimmune diseases prevention , treatment and inflammation
 

 
Home
Diagnosis
Treatment
Pathology
Women Heart Risk
Women Killer Disease
Fibrmomyalgia
IVIG
Diet anti-inflammatory
Burning Feet Home
Services Page
Hepatitis
Autoimmune diseases
Prognosis
Bible healing
Pemphagoid
Natural Makeup
Neck Pain
Ocular Female diseases
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Osteoporosis
Women Heart Attacks
Spices
Cure all diseases
Vinegar
Memory problems
Breast Lymph Drainage
Kidney stone Buster
Bras cause breast cancer
Skin repair Clinic
Pandas
Hepatitis
 Pets Diseases

  heart disease & stroke 

  Memory clinic

Depression & anxiety

addiction  & Drug Rehab

Sexual  disorders Clinic

Epilepsy Clinic

Pain Clinic

Joint disorder clinic

Skin repair clinic

Pollution

 Chronic pain

 MS GENES

 Polymyalgia

 Achalasia

 U stay young

 alternative to kitchen toxins

 Hair Chemicals

new treatment

 Sand Bath

 Glutathione

 Sulphur Bath

 Massage & Cancer Cure

 Quick Heart Cure

 No  FORCED vaccination

  Massage Benefits Parkinson

 Curry Powder

 protein treatment for diseases

 Exercise and weight loss

Bird Flu

 

 

 

Unhappy LASIK patients urge FDA to take action    CIDP Foundation

  Contact by services link  
 See autoimmune diseases of Pets
   
    By Susan Heavey

    Unhappy Lasik patients

     Lasik dangers please read this link
    GAITHERSBURG, Maryland (Reuters) - Patients unhappy with their laser eye surgery urged U.S. health regulators to do more to limit poor results, saying complications from the LASIK procedure have taken a toll on their sight and emotions.

    Blurred vision, dry eyes, glare and double-vision have led to depression and in some cases suicide, several patients told a U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory panel.


    "Since LASIK, I am visually handicapped," said patient David Shell, adding that he has near constant eye pain and depression. "My eyes never feel comfortable... 10 years have passed and I still suffer from this problem."

    Millions of Americans have had successfully undergone LASIK, or laser-assisted in-situ keratomileusis, which uses a laser to reshape the eye's cornea, making them less dependent on glasses or contact lenses.

    .Read about the death of Honey bees


    Surgeons and other industry representatives told the FDA's outside advisers most LASIK patients are satisfied with their vision. They noted depression is a complex condition and that no studies show a direct link to laser eye surgery.

    Still, the FDA is taking another look at the surgery after receiving 140 reports of side effects and device malfunctions between 1998 and 2006.

    The FDA wants its panelists' advice on what information it would add to its website or product labeling to help those considering undergoing LASIK.

     


     

    "Most of the patients who are having these procedures are fairly satisfied and are doing well. Clearly there is a group who are not satisfied and do not get the kind of results they expect," Daniel Schultz, head of the FDA's device center, told reporters on Thursday ahead of the meeting. 

    Several unhappy patients at the advisory meeting faulted their surgeon for not ruling them out as a poor candidates for LASIK, or for failing to stress the severity of possible side effects.

    The FDA, which has said the surgery is safe and effective regulates LASIK devices but not the surgeons or clinics that offer the procedure.

    Stock analysts have said the FDA focus on the procedure could further hurt LASIK companies, which have already seen the softening U.S. economy dampen demand for the elective surgery that is usually not covered by health insurance.


     

    The FDA is also planning to begin a study on LASIK patient satisfaction in 2009 along with the National Eye Institute and two industry groups: the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery and the American Academy of Ophthalmology.

    Patient and consumer advocates at Friday's meeting objected to the groups' involvement with the study, citing conflicts of interest. Industry representatives said it would help them understand why some patients are unhappy with their LASIK results.

     

    Quranic Shifa   

     


 

Autoimmune  attack

Autoimmunity secrets

Autoimmune inflammation

Autoimmune Risk

Autoimmune Rx

Autoimmune anemia

Autoimmune Ear

Autoimmune Thyroid

Autoimmune Fiber

Autoimmune Muscle

Cancer therapy

Vitamins and cancer

Cancer Prevention

Brocolli CANCER

B-17 cancer

Cancer and Bacteria

Cancer Clinic

 

 
 
Powered by cidpusa.org
 
  spreading the light of the universal energy