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EyeSite Hospital is committed to promoting eye donation and preserving sight through our eye collection centre and eye donation operations. Our state-of-the-art facilities and experienced medical professionals make us a trusted partner for eye donors and their families.

It is done after death. So eye-donation should be encouraged in a large scale, as one of the best means of social service. To enable another person obtain vision is one of the best forms of charity. Even after death the donor lives in the eyes of recipient. Eyes from a dead person can enable two blind people to acquire vision.


Eye Collection Centre

Our eye collection centre is a critical part of the eye donation process. We work with local organizations and individuals to collect donated eyes, which are then carefully preserved and distributed to those in need. Our team of experts ensures that the entire process is handled with the utmost care and respect for the donor and their family.

Eye Donation Operation

An eye donation operation, also known as a cornea transplant is a true gift of sight to those who need it. We understand the importance of this life-changing gift and are dedicated to ensuring that the entire process is handled with the utmost professionalism and compassion.

We are proud to partner with our community to promote eye donation and help those in need. If you or a loved one is interested in learning more about eye donation, we encourage you to contact us today. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of those who need it most

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    What is the use of eyes received?

    The eyes, which are received through such magnanimous gestures, are of great benefit to the society. The front, clear and transparent tissue of the eye called as cornea can be used to restore vision to corneal blind person. The other portions of the eye are also used for research and training purposes to develop cures for some of the common eye diseases.

    What is Corneal Blindness?

    The Cornea is the clear tissue covering the front of the eye. It is a focusing element of the eye. The Vision is dramatically reduced or lost if the cornea becomes cloudy. This loss of the vision is referred as corneal blindness.

    Is there a cure for corneal blindness?

    Yes. Removing the damaged cornea and replacing it with a healthy cornea by surgery can cure corneal blindness. Till date the treatment of the corneally blind people is corneal grafting. Artificial corneas have not yet been developed and hence the only source for cornea is from our fellow human beings.The first corneal transplant took place in 1905.

    How can one donate eyes?

    The eyes of a dead person can be used only if they are taken out within 6 hrs of death. When a person who has given consent for the donation of one’s eyes dies, the eye should be kept wet by sprinkling water on them. Otherwise pieces of cotton wool soaked in water should be placed on both the eyes so that the cornea does not become dry till the eye-surgeon arrives. After the removal of the eyes the eyelids will be stitched together and there will be no visible sign of the eyes having been removed. The entire process is completed within 10-15 mins, therefore if one pledged to donate his eyes after death, it is the duty of his relatives to inform to the nearest eye bank after his death.

    What is an Eye Bank?

    An Eye Bank is a charitable organization and is not for profit .They are purely functioning for the benefit of the society. The eye banks facilitate removal of eyes, processing of eyes and evaluation of the eyes and distribute them to the needy. The first Eye Bank was set up in United states in 1945 at New York City. Around 500 + – Eye banks in India.

    After the removal of eyes, would there be any complications or disfigurement?

    There are two methods adopted for removal of eyes. Some eye banks would remove the whole eyeball. In such a case there may be temporary bleeding. The team is well trained to take care of such eventualities. There would be no disfigurement. The eye bank team, after the removal of eyes would properly close the eyes so that there is no disfigurement. The second method is the removal of only the clear transparent tissue. Here also a plastic shield is placed in place of the tissue and no difference can be noticed.

    Is eye donation against religious principles or traditions?

    All religions endorse eye donation. There are numerous examples in our traditions and scriptures, which endorse eye and organ donation. A part of the body would be consumed by flames and reduced to ashes or which is buried and allowed to decay and disintegrate & cannot be put to a better use than restoring vision to the needy!!!

    Who can donate eyes? Is there any age limit?

    Any person of any age can donate eyes. Even if the deceased has medical history of hypertension, diabetes, asthma, tuberculosis etc., and even spectacle wearers and people who have undergone cataract operation can donate eyes.

    Who cannot donate their eyes?

    Patients suffering from Rabies, Tetanus, Aids, Jaundice, Cancer, Gangrene, Brain Tumer, Food Poisoning, Septosamia & a person who has died due to drowning etc. cannot donate their eyes.

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    In general, anyone can donate their eyes after death, regardless of age or medical history. However, certain medical conditions may make a person ineligible to donate.

    To donate your eyes after death, you should first indicate your wishes to your family members or loved ones. It’s important to have this conversation in advance, as your family members will need to give consent for the donation to proceed after your death. You can also register as an eye donor with a local eye bank or organ donation organization.

    The cornea is the part of the eye that can be donated after death. This clear, dome-shaped tissue covers the front of the eye and plays an important role in focusing light on the retina. Corneal transplant surgery can help to restore vision for people with corneal damage or disease. Other parts of the eye, such as the iris or retina, are typically not donated due to the complexity of the transplantation process.

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