Keraring – ICRS
Keraring (ICRS) Intrastromal Corneal Ring Segments. Once the package has been purchased, please book your visit at http://eye.com.ph/book. One should pass a suitability screening prior to Keraring ICRS implantation.
The standard package is 84,000 pesos per eye for 1 ring segment (S15-90, S15-120, S15-160, S15-200, S16-90, S16-120, S16-150) and 140,000 pesos per eye for 2 ring segments.
The advanced package is 95,000 pesos per eye for 1 ring segment (S15-210, S15-250, AS5-160, AS5-200-300, AS-160) and 150,000 pesos per eye for 2 ring segments.
The special package is 110,000 pesos per eye for 1 ring (S16-210, S15-325, S15-355, or S15-340), and 150,000 pesos per eye for 2 ring segments.
These rates are subjected to eVAT.
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Keraring (ICRS) Intrastromal corneal ring segments
Advanced pterygium excision with conjunctival autograft, amniotic membrane transplantation, and tissue fibrin glue (per site, per eye). The hospital bill is paid on top of this published professional fee.
We use the following:
– TISSEEL tissue fibrin glue, in lieu of nylon 10-0 sutures.
– Amniotek C amniotic membrane contact lens on the cornea to facilitate cornea epithelial healing.
– Amniotek 2 amniotic membrane on top of the conjunctival autograft to encourage healing.
For patients without HMO/Insurance.
Philhealth is required.
This published rate is for the professional fee only.
Per eye. Per site.
TISSEEL, Amniotek-C, and Amniotek2 are purchased by the patient directly from the distributors.
The hospital bill is paid by the patient.
This discounted package is for out patient (day surgery) basic/routine penetrating keratoplasty for one eye, performed under general anesthesia.
The following are package exclusions:
One has to be initially seen by us for a comprehensive evaluation, diagnostic imaging, risk stratification, donor registration, and cardiopulmonary clearance.
Additional 25,000 pesos for DSAEK.
Additional 50,000 pesos for concomittant cataract surgery with monofocal intraocular lens implantation.
Incision and curettage