You can be assured – we have a commitment to excellence when it comes to the level of care we provide.
OCT - Optical Coherence Tomography
An OCT is helpful in providing further information in diagnosis and management of various eye conditions. An OCT provides micron-scale, cross - sectional images of the retina and choroid. It is helpful in further management of conditions like glaucoma, macular degeneration and other retinal conditions.
Humphreys Visual Field Analyser
The Humphrey Visual Field Analyser is a computerized perimeter used to examine a patient's visual field. The visual vield analser is a useful tool in assessing Glaucoma. It uses projected points of light, and when a light is seen a button is pressed.
Fluorescein Angiography is a photographic test of the retina. A water-soluble dye called Fluorescein, is injected into a vein in your arm, where it travels through the body reaching the eye. A special camera uses bright flashes of light to take multiple photographs of the back of your eyes, as the dye passes through the blood vessels. This provides information about the retina and nearby tissues. Fluorescein angiography is used to diagnose certain eye conditions and determine possible treatments. Common conditions requiring fluorescein angiography include diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration and retinal vascular diseases.
Cataract, Pterygium and MIGS Surgery
Cataracts, ptergiums and MIGS surgeries are all operated at
ST. ANDREWS IPSWICH PRIVATE HOSPITAL on a weekly basis.
Dr Jamnadas is teamed with highly experienced and trained nurses, along with qualified Anaesthetists, for all surgeries performed at
ST. ANDREWS IPSWICH PRIVATE HOSPITAL to provide the best possible care.
The specially trained Anaesthetists ensure that all patients are relaxed, comfortable and undergo painless, safe surgery.
Surgery is usually performed under local anaesthesia with sedation.
We are able to provide laser treatments in-rooms. We have laser facilities for treatment of Diabetic eye disease, glaucoma, and to restore any sight lost after clouding of the capsule that may occur behind the artificial lens, following cataract surgery.
With our sub-specialised retinal training, we are able to provide a high level of care for Macula Degeneration. With ongoing training and by using state of art equipment for monitoring and expertise in management of Macula Dengeration, better outcomes can be expected.