Teaching Eye Surgery
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Teaching Eye Surgery foundation has been active since 2007 and has achieved many commitments. This Blog page regroups most of our activities and stories and this is what we have accomplished :


Consolidation meeting with New Minister of Health
Category: Mauritius     Published by: stephen    on the November 22, 2019 at 8:54 am

Vice President of Teaching eye surgery foundation; Alain Fong along with Chief Doctor of New Souillac Hospital; Dr. Gungah, met with new Minister of Health and wellness; Dr. K. Jugutpal to discuss the future objectives and consolidate the current collaboration. The main focus of the collaboration is as always the training and development of the […]

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T.E.S.Foundation back in Souillac, Mauritius with Corneal grafts for patients
Category: Front_page,Mauritius     Published by: stephen    on the November 21, 2019 at 1:23 pm

T.E.S.Foundation was back in Souillac, Mauritius during the last week of October 2019 with Corneal grafts for 8 patients. This intervention was possible in association with the Ministry of Health, the Lions Club and Weill Cornell Medicine NY. Patients with Conical Cornea and Cataracts were cured thanks to the transplants. The operating surgeons from TESF; […]

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Seychelles to get modern eye clinic
Category: Seychelles     Published by: stephen    on the April 27, 2019 at 1:12 pm

Eye patients in Seychelles will in the near future enjoy improved eye care services in terms of screening and surgery now that the government has partnered with Teaching Eye Surgery Foundation and Save Our Sea Foundation based in Switzerland. Initiator of the project, founder and president of Teaching Eye Surgery Foundation (TES), Professor Cyrus Tabatabay, […]

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Seychelles benefits from eyecare project
Category: Front_page,Seychelles     Published by: stephen    on the April 26, 2019 at 12:46 pm

The President of the Republic, Mr Danny Faure, received visiting consultant from the Swiss-based Teaching Eye Surgery (TES) Foundation, Professor Cyrus Tabatabay. He was accompanied by TES financial partners, representatives of Save our Seas Foundation, and senior Ministry of Health Officials for a courtesy call at State House this morning. During the meeting, the delegation […]

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26 Août – Dépistage de Diabète
Category: Front_page,Mauritius     Published by: stephen    on the August 26, 2018 at 3:55 pm

Dimanche 26 Août  de 8h00 à 10h00 au centre social résidence St. Jean, Port Louis. En collaboration avec le Lions Club Quatre Bornes, L’ONG Diabetes Safeguard et la T.E.S Foundation.  

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Cataracte : la liste d’attente en baisse
Category: Mauritius     Published by: stephen    on the May 27, 2018 at 1:22 pm

5 772 cas de cataracte traités en 2016 au Subramania Bharati Eye Hospital. Ce n’est pas énorme, selon le professeur Cyrus Tabatabay, ophtalmologue et président de la Teaching Eye Surgery Foundation. Cette maladie est principalement liée au vieillissement. Si vous remarquez que votre vision est voilée, que les couleurs semblent s’être estompées, que vous êtes […]

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T.E.S donates an Optos Daytona plus in Seychelles to improve Diabetic Retinopathy Diagnosis and Treatment
Category: Donations,Front_page,Mauritius,Seychelles     Published by: stephen    on the April 5, 2018 at 6:13 pm

Diabetic retinopathy is one of the leading causes of vision loss and blindness around the globe, and affects approximately one-third of people with diabetes.   Diabetes impairs the body’s ability to control blood sugar. Because sugar can promote inflammation, a person with diabetes may experience inflammatory damage to various tissues within their body, including the […]

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