To assess the on road visual acuity of heavy vehicle drivers
FP1211 : Community Level Door To Door Screening for Diabetes Mellitus (Dm), Glaucoma, Hypertension (Ht) and Diabetic Retinopathy
(DR). Dr. Rohan Chariwala, C16207,
Dr. Uday Ranchhoddas Gajiwala, Dr. Sheetal P Chaudhari, Dr. Parth Joshi
To screenpeopleforBP, DM, IOPand DR (Byfundus photography) at their doorsteps
To identify, referandtreat for their ailmentsatthenearestofthe health facilities.
FP1343 : Concept To Economic Impact: a Novel, Indigenous, Low-Cost, Camera for Rop Screening in the Community
Dr. Anand Vinekar, V10089, Dr. Mangat R Dogra, Dr. Chaitra Jayadev, Dr. Shetty Bhujang K
In India 3.5 million babies are born premature every year. This is the higherthan any other nation. With improving neonatal care, survival of these infants and the burden of retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) are increasing.
FP1465 : Prevalence of Glaucoma in Patients Referred for Cataract Surgery : is It the Tip of Iceberg
Dr. Bhavya Mehta, Dr. (Col) Madhu Bhaduria, Dr. Sachin Mantawar, Dr. Arjun Bamel, Dr.Vijay Pratap Singh Tomar
cataract and glaucoma are frequently coexisting ocular conditions in the elderly population. Both can be a natural part of the aging process.
Dr. Priti Jain, Dr. Anamika Dwivedi,
Dr. Dwivedi P C, Dr. Charudatt Chalisgaonkar,Dr.Shashi Jain (Agarwal)
Retinal vein occlusion (RVO) is the most common retinal vascular occlusive disorder and is usually associated with variable amount of loss of vision1. RVO is second most common retinal vascular disease following diabetic retinopathy. 16.4 million Adults affected worldwide2. Timely recognition is important because complications are cause of significant ocular morbidity.
Dr. Ashish Kumar, K14338,
Eyes are one of the most important sensory organs in the human body because it renders vision and the power to see. Visually impaired people feel that their life is incomplete as they can just touch, feel and smell things but can’t see it.
FP1726 : 25 Years of Combating Cataract Blindness -The World’s First Mobile Hospital on a Train from India
Dr. Sunil Brijendra Jain, J07729, Dr. Ashutosh Khandelwal, Miss. Gargi Saxena, Dr. Rajnish Gourh
Cataract has been documented to be the most significant cause of bilateral blindness in India where vision <20/200 in the better eye on presentation is defined as blindness.
FP384 : To Assess the Impact of Implementing Quality Assurance Program on Corneal Tissue Utilization
Dr. Manisha Chhabra Acharya, A09526, Dr. Umang Mathur, Mr. Lokesh
Chauhan, Dr. Dubey Suneeta
To assess the impact of implementation of quality assurance program on corneal tissue utilisation in Eye bank.
FP444 : Taking Eye Care to Rural Population with a Robotized Stereoscopic TeleophthalmicTele-ophthalmic Slit Lamp
Dr. Mukesh Taneja,T06594, Mr. Sri Harsha, Mr. Ashutosh Richariya,
Dr. Rathi Varsha Madanlal
According to WHO-2010 data, about 285 million people are visually impaired worldwide and 80% of this is preventable by timely detection and intervention. About 90% of the world’s visually impaired people live in developing countries.
Dr. Nilufer Sayed Mohammed, Dr. Anthrayos C V Kakkanatt
A prospective observational clinical study of 95 snake bite patients admitted in Medical ICU, with the aim of finding the occurrence of ophthalmic manifestations in them.