To determine health seeking behaviour and socioeconomic barriers of patients presenting late for cataract services at a tertiary care hospital and their resolution.
Dr. Prasoon Pandey, P15703, Dr. Shireen Mishra, Dr. Shakun Gupta, Dr. Sheela N Nair
An unusual case report of loiasis is reported here. Loa loa is a subcutaneous filarial parasite transmitted to humans by chrysops flies.
Dr. Vidya Sastry, Dr. Damayanti Suranagi, Dr. Manohar S, Dr. Kripa S, Dr. Jytiklal Pattar
To determine the causes of severe visual impairment and blindness in children in blind schools Hubli, Karnataka and provide data to help in planning interventional measures to tackle avoidable blindness.
Dr. Vinod Kumar Baranwal, B06219, Dr. (Col) Rajendra Prasad Gupta, Dr. (Maj General) J K S Parihar, Dr. Shikhar Gaur
We report our experiences of successfully conducting twelve surgical outreach eye camps and suggest protocol and strict allegiance to guidelines for the same which have been mired in controversy and disrepute repeatedly due to associated blinding complications
Dr. Praveer Kumar Srivastava, Dr.Ruma Das, Dr. Abhisek Mondal, Dr. Mohit Ganesh Bharambe
To evaluate the corneal refractive status before and after pterygium surgery and its relationship with pre-operative and post operative pterygium size.
Dr. (Mrs) Potdar Nayana Anil, P08645, Dr. Gore Swaranjali Shivaji
Corneal blindness is one of the leading causes of reversible blindness both in adults & children.
Dr. Rekha Kumari Goyal, Dr. Anju Kochar, Dr. Sunita Kumawat
To analyze epidemiological profile, causes of blindness and determine the category and % of disability and reason of seeking visual handicap certificate in North West Rajasthan.
FP1058 : Prevalence and Causes of Avoidable Blindness in Rural Bihar, India – A Population Based Surve
Dr. Ajit Kumar Poddar,P08506,Dr. Tanwir Ahmed Khan, Dr. Kumari Sweta
To estimate the prevalence and causes of avoidable blindness, by using the validated RAAB methodology. No recent evidence based such study is available from rural Bihar.
FP1102 : A Study on Awareness and Utilization of Rehabilitation Services Among Visually Disabled Individuals
Dr. Tintu Susan Joy, Dr. Pavana Acharya, Dr. Kavitha C. V. , N S. Sudeep
To study awareness and utilization of various rehabilitation measures by visually disabled individuals.
Dr.Bhavana Sharma, S09085, Dr. Sanjeev Agarwal, Dr. Kavita Kumar, Dr. Sooraj Singh Kubrey
rospective hospital based study,in 554 participants done to assess awareness of eye donation amongst attendants of critically ill and deceased patients,their willingness to donate eyes,efficacy of grief counseling,its impact on the conversion rate &reasons for poor donation.Awareness index in males< 40 yrs was found to be statistically more.
Dr. Bhavana Sharma, S09085, Dr. Sanjeev Agarwal, Dr. Kavita Kumar, Dr. Sooraj Singh Kubrey
Hospital based longitudinal study undertaken at central India tertiary centre to highlight magnitude of corneal blindness,socio demographic profile,causes&contributing factors&role of prevention,early referral and intervention to eliminate it.
FP1169 : Awareness and Knowledge of Glaucoma in Patients of Different Socioeconomic Status in Eastern India
Dr.Bhawesh Chandra Saha, S16436, Dr. Rashmi Kumari, Dr. Aastha Singh, Dr. Abhishek Anand
Our study was a hospital based cross sectional study. A total of 2315 patients, aged 30 years and above, were given a structured questionnaire.
Dr. Nidhi Pandey, P07183, Dr. Mangilal Garg, Dr. Vijaya Sahu
With increasing emphasis by authorities on prescribing drugs with generic names, this study was done to assess consequences of writing generic ophthalmic prescriptions . Methods Prescriptions were sent across 30 medical stores with 3 eye drops in each prescription using generic names. Results 50 out of the 90 eye drops (55%) dispensed were of the more expensive brands.
FP123 : An Unusual Case of Self Mutilation Ocular Injury By Scissor in Young Adolescent Girl: Case Report
Dr. Shweta Gaur, G16076
Self-mutilation the deliberate destruction or alteration of body tissue without conscious suicidal intent occurs in a variety of psychiatric disorders.
Dr. Prarthana Nagaradh, N17670, Dr. Krishna Nagaradh, Dr.Sujatha V.
Self-medication is defined by the WHO as the selection and use of medicines by individuals to treat self-recognized illnesses or symptoms.
Dr. Usha R, U08116
Though community comprehensive eye camps have been practised for many years the reach has been significantly low .Alternatively primary eye care centers have been established since 2004 by our tertiary hospital with the objective of providing comprehensive eye examination permanently to a rural population of 60,000 where there is no eye care provider.
FP1279 : A Venture for Ascertaining Barriers to Follow Up Compliance Among Accessable Diabetic Patients
Dr. Shoumya Jyoti Datta Mazumder, D13459, Dr. Navonil Sau, Dr. Avijit Paul
To mark the barriers to follow up compliance among the contactable Diabetic patients of a rural eye hospital.
Dr. Aditya Nakade, Dr. (Mrs) Upreet Dhaliwal, Dr. Jolly Rohatgi
Rehabilitation of the blind is burdensome and depends on adjustment to loss.
Dr. Deepak Mishra, M12337, Dr.Prashant Bhushan,Dr. Bibhuti Prassan Sinha, Dr.Nilesh Mohan
Xerophthalmia/ dry eye refers to all ocular manifestations ranging from night blindness to corneal melting due to vitamin A deficiency. Recognition of symptoms and signs of Xerophthalmia and prompt treatment according to the International classification is the mainstay of the therapy. Children & pregnant women are primarily at risk
FP1410 : Outcome Audit of Complications of Cataract Surgery Performed At Secondary Level Eye Care Centers
Dr. Rathi Varsha Madanlal, R06361, Dr. Rohit Chandramohan Khanna
To report intraoperative complications rates of cataract surgeries performed at Secondary center (SC) of an eye-health-pyramid and their outcomes.
Dr. Rathi Varsha Madanlal, R06361
To report the use of What’s app social media in the diagnosis and management of diseases seen at Secondary centers (SCs) of a pyramid eye health model.
Dr. Jigna Patel, P16812, Dr. Trivedi Harish Ratilal, Dr. Nilesh V Parekh
Joubert syndrome is Autosomal recessive inherited disorder characterized by hypotonia, ataxia, developmental delay, intellectual disability with distinctive mid-hindbrain malformation, ocular abnormalities (e.g. pigmentary retinopathy, oculomotor apraxia and nystagmus), renal cyst and hepatic fibrosis.
FP1513 : Money Shower Along with Plenty of Anxiety and Tension or A Smooth Relaxed Life. Think Before Leap?
Dr. Kunal Kishore, K11375, Dr. Vishal Kishore
This is a retrospective study of hospitals having LASIK facilities in and around Patna and adjoining area.
Dr. Nancy Sehdev, Dr. Vijay Shetty, Dr. Hetal Navinchandra Shah, Dr. Shabnam Tanwar
To assess outreach community departments (OCD) referral pattern at an Eye Hospital from Apr 2015 to Apr 2016.
FP1624 : 1 Year Study of Referred Cases From Camp and Mobile Eye Clinic to Specialities in A Eye Hospital
Dr. Ravneet Chadha, Dr. Suhas Haldipurkar, Dr. Vijay Shetty, Dr. Hetal Navinchandra Shah, Dr. Nancy Sehdev
To study and analyse patients referred for speciality opinion to an Eye Care Hospital from various camps and MEC from april 2015 to april 2016.
Dr. Gajaraj T Naik, Dr. Raghavendra Ramappa, Dr. Varna V Shet, Dr. Meghana Neeralgi
cross sectional study of 7671 school children of 7- 15 years age group in government schools from may 2015 to April 2016.A team of ophthalmologist and refractionist screened the students for defective vision with the help of Snellen’s chart and refractive status by streak retinoscopy. Students with refractive error were prescribed with spectacles.
FP1737 : A Custom Made Logmar Natural Symbol Chart to Measure Visual Acuity in School Children and Illiterates
Dr. Kavitha V,K09541, Ms. Kalla Sailaja
Comparison of visual acuity obtained from a custom made LogMAR symbols chart (Varaha Natural Symbols Chart) for school children, illiterates and literates with results obtained from “E” and Lea symbols chart. Evaluation of requirement for using training cards and comparing it between the charts.
Dr. Natarajan S, N02460, Dr. Radhika Krishanan
To highlight the importance of screening for DM in an urban slum population to detect undiagnosed cases of diabetes mellitus and thereby prevent blinding complications.
FP19 : A Study on the Attitudes and Problems Faced By Spectacle-Wearers in A Medical College Hospital
Dr. Soumya Sharat, S12439
To evaluate attitudes&problems faced by spectacle-wearers;to effect positive change when necessary.