FDA warns that LASIK surgery patients need to be better informed of risks before eye procedure

“Potential side effects that may include dry eyes, difficulty driving at night, double vision, seeing halos around objects and in some cases persistent eye pain and a need for glasses, the FDA said in the same paper.”

(Amy McGorry – Fox News) The surgery known as LASIK — Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis — is under the lens of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which is causing controversy among eye experts.

The FDA released a 25-page draft guidance after receiving input from patients who felt they were not fully informed of the risks associated with the surgery, the agency stated on its website.

The FDA’s guidance states that patients considering LASIK surgery should be given a “decision checklist” that describes the procedure. View article →



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