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Dr. Mohini Nayak is a professor of ophthalmology, cornea, cataract & refractive surgery services at Dr. Rajendra Prasad Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences, All India Institute of Medical sciences, New Delhi. She been a guest speaker and visiting faculty at several international and national conferences, including World Ophthalmic Congresses (WOC), Asia Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology (APAO), Asia pacific anterior segment, cornea and refractive Society (APACRS),Asia Cornea Conferences (ACS) etc. She has been invited faculty at every AIOS annual conference since 1990. Dr. Namrata has over 300 publications in international peer reviewed journals and 119 Chapters in various books. She has been conducting instruction courses in American Academy of Ophthalmology since 2003.
Eye Bank association of India
SAARC Academy of Ophthalmology
Ophthalmic Research Association, R P Centre
Moor fields Eye Hospital, London
Member of the national Academy of Medical Sciences
AIIMS, New Delhi
Doctor of Medicine - ophthalmology
AIIMS, New Delhi
In the study of evaluation of corneal collagen cross-linking as an additional therapy in mycotic keratitis: Collagen cross-linking in mycotic keratitis, additional CXL treatment did not have any advantage over medical management. In the study of Diamond knife-assisted deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty to manage keratoconus, DALK was effective and predictable as a surgical technique for management of keratoconus cases. This technique has the potential to offer visual and refractive outcomes comparable to those of big-bubble DALK. In the study of Thin lenticule Descemet's Stripping Automated Endothelial Keratoplasty: Single, Slow Pass Technique, they can be safely harvested using a single pass technique with 400 microns microkeratome head and can be used for a successful DSAEK surgery.
In the study of evaluation of corneal collagen cross-linking as an additional therapy in mycotic keratitis: Collagen cross-linking in mycotic keratitis, additional CXL treatment did not have any advantage over medical management.
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In the study of Diamond knife-assisted deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty to manage keratoconus, DALK was effective and predictable as a surgical technique for management of keratoconus cases. This technique has the potential to offer visual and refractive outcomes comparable to those of big-bubble DALK.
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In the study of Thin lenticule Descemet's Stripping Automated Endothelial Keratoplasty: Single, Slow Pass Technique, they can be safely harvested using a single pass technique with 400 microns microkeratome head and can be used for a successful DSAEK surgery.
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Dr Mohini Nayak has many scientific publications to her credit and works hard even today for a brighter tomorrow for ophthalmology and Dr RP Centre of Ophthalmic Sciences, AIIMS, New Delhi , India. She has over 300 publications in international peer reviewed journals and around 119 chapters in various books.
This book is practical revision guide for trainees in ophthalmology to assist in preparation for examinations. Six sections are each dedicated to a specific part of the eye, providing both long and short cases, with emphasis on topics commonly asked in examinations. Cases describe basic techniques, investigation and treatment options, with in depth detail on differential diagnosis. The final section discusses instruments for ophthalmic surgery. The text explains the latest surgical and medical management techniques and is further enhanced by clinical photographs and tables to assist learning. Key points : Practical revision guide for ophthalmology trainees preparing for examinations .Presented as long and short cases with emphasis on topics commonly covered in exams . Covers disorders in all sections of the eye.Highly illustrated with clinical photographs and tables.
This book is a concise guide to the prevention and management of post-surgical ocular infections covering both common and serious conditions. Divided into 24 chapters, the text begins with discussion on preventive aspects including an introduction to the operating theatre, air flow and water requirements, and patient and personnel preparation. The following sections describe the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of infections resulting from different ocular surgeries. This practical guide is highly illustrated with clinical photographs and flow charts highlighting significant aspects of prevention and management. Key points - Concise guide to prevention and management of post-surgical ocular infections.Covers both common and serious conditions resulting from different types of surgery .Explains basic preventive measures relating to the operating theatre and personnel .Highly illustrated with clinical photographs and flow charts.
This book provides a comprehensive knowledge and information about the various aspects of Corneal grafting surgery. The new edition includes a detailed description of all new techniques of lamellar corneal transplantation surgeries including some very innovative techniques like Tuck in lamellar keratoplasty, Suture less DSAEK Triple surgery, DMEK and Double Bubble Deep Anterior lamellar keratoplasty. It also explains the various acronyms that seem to have populated modern corneal surgery. The book carries a very wide range of and sound practical advice based on the experience of the world's leader in this field who have described their surgical techniques and other aspects of corneal transplantation surgery in a lucid and well structured manner.
A decade after the introduction of the LASIK technique in refractive surgery, the technique has reached its maturity. Thoroughly researched and easy to read, Step by Step LASIK Surgery provides practical information regarding the various aspects of LASIK surgery. Expert LASIK surgeons share their experiences with this state-of-the-art surgical technique. The book is organized in a simple and effective style that presents a step-by-step approach to LASIK surgery. It includes information about the latest microkertomes and excimer laser machines and specific surgical techniques like LASEK, LASIK for post-penetrating keratoplasty, ametropias, and wavefront guided LASIK.
Purpose: This study aims to study the prevalence of DED and analyze risk factors in North Indian population. Methods: This was a cross-section hospital-based, observational study. Cases enrolled over 2 years (systematic random sampling) were administered ocular surface disease index questionnaire to evaluate the prevalence and risk factors of DED. Schirmer's test and tear break-up time were performed only in the subset of patients giving consent. Categorical data were assessed with Chi-square/Fisher's Exact test, and odds ratio was analyzed using bivariate and multivariate logistic regression. P < 0.05 was statistically significant. Results: A total of 15,625 patients were screened. The prevalence of DED was 32% (5000/15625); 9.9% (496/5000) had mild DED; 61.2% (3060/5000) had moderate DED; and 28.9% (1444/5000) had severe DED. Age group of 21-40 years, male sex, urban region, and desk job were associated with increased risk of DED. Hours of visual display terminal (VDT) usage significantly correlated with DED (P < 0.001), and 89.98% of patients with 4 h or more of VDT use had severe dry eye. Cigarette smoking and contact lens usage had increased odds of developing severe DED (P < 0.001). Objective tests were undertaken in 552 patients; of these, 81.3% (449/552) had severe DED. Conclusions: The prevalence of DED in North India is 32%, with the age group of 21-40 years affected most commonly. VDT use, smoking, and contact lens use were associated with increased odds of developing DED.
Laboratory confirmation of chlamydial antigen in clinically suspected cases of chlamydial eye infections is important, as similar clinical picture can be presented by different infective or noninfective causes. We retrospectively analyzed the presence of Chlamydia trachomatis antigen in 690 clinically suspected patients over the last 8 years (2009-2016). The chlamydial antigen was detected using direct immunofluorescence assay. Overall, Chlamydia-specific antigen positivity was 45.5%. The highest positivity was seen in 2014 (68.6%) and the least in 2016 (9.4%). The antigen positivity in years 2015 (13.4%) and 2016 (9.4%) was significantly less than in all the previous study years (P < 0.0001). Antigen positivity in patients having clinical diagnosis of trachoma was significantly higher than those having other eye manifestations suggestive of chlamydial infections (P = 0.0274). Stringent surveillance both at community level and in hospital attendees is required to know the actual load of this pathogen.
Phacoemulsification is the most commonly performed cataract surgery in this era. With all the recent advances in investigations and management of cataract through phacoemulsification, most of the patients are able to achieve excellent visual outcome. Corneal edema after phacoemulsification in the immediate postoperative period often leads to patient dissatisfaction and worsening of outcome. Delayed onset corneal edema often warrants endothelial keratoplasty. This review highlights the etiopathogenesis, risk factors, and management of corneal edema in the acute phase including descemet's membrane detachment (DMD) and toxic anterior segment syndrome. Various investigative modalities such as pachymetry, specular microscopy, anterior segment optical coherence tomography, and confocal microscopy have been discussed briefly.
Several decades ago, penetrating keratoplasty was a challenge to corneal surgeons. Constant effort by the corneal surgeon to improve the outcomes as well as utilization of the available resources has led to a revolutionary change in the field of keratoplasty. All these efforts have led to the evolution of techniques that allow a corneal surgeon to disease-specific transplant of individual layers of corneal so-called component corneal surgery depending on the layer of cornea affected. This has led to an improvement in corneal graft survival as well as a better utilization of corneal tissues. This article reviews the currently available literature on component corneal surgeries and provides an update on the available techniques.
Purpose: To compare femtosecond laser-assisted capsulotomy with conventional manual capsulorhexis in cases of white cataract. Patients and methods: The prospective comparative study enrolled 80 eyes (80 patients) with white cataract that underwent either femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (Group 1, n=40) or conventional manual phacoemulsification (Group 2, n=40) at a tertiary care ophthalmic institution. The groups were divided based on the patient's choice and affordability of the procedure. Capsulotomy/capsulorhexis was evaluated in terms of size, circularity index (4*Pi [area/perimeter2]), intraocular lens coverage, and continuity. Each group was further subdivided based on the release of white milky fluid on initiation of the capsulotomy/capsulorhexis, and the "fluid" cases were compared with the "no-fluid" cases. The primary outcome measure was capsulotomy/capsulorhexis characteristics in the two groups.The secondary outcome measures were intraoperative phacoemulsification parameters, intraoperative complications, and postoperative visual acuity. Results: The size of the capsulotomy/capsulorhexis was 4.9+/-0.1 mm in Group 1 and 5.3+/-0.4 mm in Group 2 (P<0.001). Mean circularity index was 0.996+/-0.003 and 0.909+/-0.047 in Groups 1 and 2, respectively (P<0.001). In Group 1, free-floating circular capsulotomies were obtained in 52.5% (21/40) eyes; 37.5% (15/40) eyes had microadhesions; and 10% (4/40) eyes had incomplete capsulotomy in 1-2 clock hours. The incidence of residual adhesions was more in cases with release of white milky fluid (P=0.003). In Group 2, a multistep capsulorhexis was performed in 70% (28/40) of the eyes. There was no difference in terms of visual outcomes and intraoperative complications. Conclusion: Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery has the advantage of creating a circular and optimally sized capsulotomy in cases of white cataract. The release of white milky fluid during femtosecond laser delivery is the most important factor affecting the creation of a free-floating capsulotomy.
Dr Mohini Nayak is an alumnus of Dr Rajendra Prasad Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences, AIIMS, New Delhi. She is actively involved in teaching Cornea, Cataract & Refractive Surgery Services at UG and PG level for over 25 years at AIIMS. She is known nationally & internationally for her contribution in ophthalmology education.
Dr RP Centre, AIIMS, New Delhi
American Academy of Ophthalmology, USA
AIIMS, New Delhi
AIIMS, New Delhi
AIIMS, New Delhi
AIIMS, New Delhi
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In a bid to promote an environment-friendly Diwali, scientists at the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) have developed less-polluting firecrackers which are not only environment-friendly but also cheaper than the conventional ones. CSIR scientists have developed less-polluting firecrackers which are not only environment-friendly but15-20 per cent cheaper than the conventional ones, Union Minister for Science and Technology Harsh Vardhan said at a conference here.
The crackers have been named Safe Water Releaser (SWAS), Safe Minimal Aluminium (SAFAL), and Safe Thermite Cracker (STAR), respectively.
As far as the crackers are concerned, they have a unique feature of releasing water vapour and air as a dust suppressant and diluent for gaseous emissions and matching performance compared with conventional crackers.