Dr. Stoleru Waldorf Maryland Review

On Wednesday, my husband was sent to the local hospital because he was having servere pain in his left eye and blurred vision. After having about every test in the book done to find the cause of these problems, the ER doctor called Dr. Stoleru to see what to do next. The ER doctor came in and did a pressure check on his eyes. At this point his right eye was at 52 and his left at 41. nThis is very high. We were then told that he has acute angle glaucoma and would need emergency special treatment within the next few hours or he would loose his sight very quickly. We were told that Dr. Stoleru was at Washington Hospital Center in DC and would be waiting for us to arrive. It would take us about an hour and a half to get there from where we were. nWe arrived at the hospital about Midnight, we were escorted to the office where the was a note from Dr. Stoleru telling us to page a Dr. Segal. We did, he came down and did many eye tests on him, at this time his pressures had dropped to 8 in the left and 10 in the right. They were now at desirable levels. The doctor concored with another then called Dr. Stoleru. Dr. Stoleru told them to give us his number and have us call his office first thing in the morning. He also informed them to inform us that he would need a laser surgery the following day that would make a hole in the eyes to help keep the pressure down so that these attack would not happen again. They kept telling us how very important it was to do such. nWe arrived home about 4am, the next morning the office opened at 9am, so I didn’t sleep, so that I could make sure I’d call asap,as told. The woman on the phone was very rude and said she didn’t know anything about my husband, so she gave the phone to a man that didn’t have a clue. I explained everything that was said and what was on both discharge papers. nI was told that he was in surgery and would not be in the office, so he would page him to call us. 2 hours went by and we didn;t know what was going on, I called back, again the same speech. Finally about 2:30pm, we get a call. The man says that Dr. Stoleru couldn’t fit my husband into surgery so he set him an appointment to come in the next morning. I asked that the doctor call us, I told him I was alittle confused since we were told that this could not wait. Needless to say, we never heard from this doctor. nThe next morning we went to the appointment. There were NO seats avaliable, so we litterally had to sit on the floor in the hall way. Finally almost 2 hours later he’s called back. The doctor spends 2 minutes with him. I try to ask questions, he tells me he won’t answer me because I’m not the patient. Then he tell him that he’s writting a script for him and gave him some ointmant to apply at night. All of a sudden he didn’t want to do the surgery. I again asked, why now is there going to be no surgery when you’ve made it very clear that it had to be done asap. He ignores me. Then I said, “Well

since you’ve made it clear that because of the type of glaucoma he has

and now all of a sudden you don’t want to do the surgery then I will…”” He cuts me off

puts his hands on his hips and says


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