We were able to operate 12 patients today because it took a while to get everything set up. The first day tends to be slower than usual as a lot of things need to be worked out. Dr. Kondrot also did a lot of exam including the little girl in the picture here with a tumor that pushed her eye out. It is growing pretty aggressively. Continue reading “Haiti July 2018: Day 1 Surgery – Afternoon Session”
Today is day one of our mission trip to Haiti. We are set to do about 20 free cataract surgeries. In between cases, Dr. Kondrot also does eye exams, screening for future surgery trips, pre-op and post-op check-ups.
After two flight cancellations and multiple delays, we manage to be on our way to Haiti.
We got a text from Russ a few days ago: “A doctor can not come to Haiti, can you come over to help us?”. I take a quick look at our calendar, we will need to move consultations around, but that can take care of. I sent Russ a reply: “Yes, we will be there to help you out.”
And that’s our team in Haiti!