LASIX Eye Surgery

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The conservative alternative to LASIK eye surgery, LASIX eye surgery is not a surgery per se but involves the direct intraocular injection of Lasix (or furosemide) in order to stimulate ocular diuresis and, hopefully, correction of a patient's astigmatism, myopia, or hyperopia. In the best case scenario, the patient's vision improves to nearly 20/20. In the worst-case scenario, the patient develops tinnitus, has to pee, and his or her vision has stayed exactly the same.[1][2]

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  1. Forgot-to-Pee Syndrome Afflicting Millions of Health Care Workers (Gomerblog)
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