Tarsorrhaphy is a minor procedure done under local anesthesia. Special preparation is not necessary.
ambulatory patients first, then wheelchair patients, then bedbound
X rays are done prior to the application of both forms of traction, and may be repeated during treatment to assure that the affected parts are staying in alignment and healing properly. Since the insertion of the anchoring devices.
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Pathways in the home should be cleared of obstacles, and patients should be aware of peripheral vision loss. They will need to compensate by turning their head fully when looking at an object.
This test requires a blood sample.
Tarsorrhaphy is a rare procedure in which the eyelids are partially sewn together to narrow the opening.
No special preparations are necessary for this test.
No special preparation is needed to use a hyperbaric chamber other than educating patients about what to expect during treatment.
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The use of eye drops and contact lenses to moisten and protect the eyes must be considered before tarsorrhaphy is performed.
Tarsorrhaphy carries few risks. If complications occur, they are usually minor eyelid swelling and superficial infection.
Patients should not drink alcoholic or caffeinated beverages, smoke tobacco, or ingest other nicotine products for 24 hours before the test. These substances can affect test results. Patients should also not eat anything.
Patients should make sure their doctors are aware of any medications that they are taking, even over-the-counter medications. Patients should not take aspirin, or any other blood-thinning medications for ten days prior to surgery.
The use of eye drops and contact lenses to moisten and protect the eyes must be considered first before tarsorrhaphy is performed.