Zhongguang Wang Urumqi, May 25 (Xinhuanet Dong Hung) on June 6 is the first 15 days of "Love Eyes, Eyes of Love" program on the occasion of the advent of People's Hospital of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region will carry out the youth eye health, as Poor students love activities. 15 poor students will receive laser eye surgery free of charge. Meanwhile, the hospital will also offer students entering college entrance an examination this year. 200 students will receive surgery for myopia at a cost of 500 yuan per student - a total of 100,000 yuan relief.
Visual health concern for young people has become the consensus of all mankind. The World Health Organization survey of myopia is now threatening the health of young people the first visual element. Data shows that the high incidence of myopia among the teenagers, and with the qualifications to improve the trend of increasing year by year. Preventing myopia among students is a difficult task. To protect young people's vision and to prevent juvenile myopia must get the attention of the whole society, so that the community, schools, families, and individuals work together.
Hospital ophthalmology experts, concerned about the health of young people, especially the poor eye health of young people have a duty and obligation. And to ensure the success of laser surgery there are four factors: good equipment selection, good experts, advanced surgical methods and good standards as in the top hospitals. The caring activities for young people Xinjiang, June 1 -15 days, by telephone, Internet and other application methods, the hospital will be based on the actual situation, for the 15 family poverty and deserving students to implement laser surgery.
It is understood that in 2005 People's Hospital of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region and Shanghai Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Hospital established a collaborative relationship, the hospital has sent Keratopathy, cataract, ocular fundus disease experts to guide Xinjiang. At present, the People's Hospital of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region every year to send experts to Hotan, Aksu and other places for the local people to receive eye treatment. It is supported by Lifeline Express, ORBIS Flying Eye Hospital and also the Jackie Chan Charity Eye Center, the World Eye Organization, Xinjiang, and the Dr. Lee Shau Kee Eye Centre.