Dr. Prathama Sarkar
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Professional Bio:  Good experience in performing and interpreting basic Ophthalmological procedures. Carrying out OPDs and managing emergencies in a meticulous manner. Experience in performing basic Ophthalmological in... Read More 

Experience

6+ Yrs

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Helped 5000 patients

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Professional Bio

Good experience in performing and interpreting basic Ophthalmological procedures. Carrying out OPDs and managing emergencies in a meticulous manner. Experience in performing basic Ophthalmological investigations like slit lamp examination, direct/ indirect ophthalmoscopy, gonioscopy, refraction, tonometry, Yag Capsulotomies, OCT imaging, Perimetries, Fundus florescein angiography, Fundus photographs, USG B-scanning, UBM, corneal topography, etc. Experience in management of anterior segment cases eg. glaucoma, uveitis, keratitis, dry eye etc. Carrying out basic minor OT procedures like syringing, Chalazion removal, incision and drainage, posterior sub-tenon injections, intra-vitreal injections etc. Experience in performing cataract surgeries (EECE, SICS, Phaco-emulsification), and extra-ocular surgeries (pterygium, entropion/ ectropion, DCR surgery, filtering surgeries). Involved in conducting various educational seminars and conferences in the department. Experience in conducting various exams in department eg. undergraduate exams, post-graduation exams (MS/ DNB) in department. Well versed with the newest trends in Ophthalmology. Regularly attending Continuing Medical Education seminars. A firm believer of maintaining excellent doctor – patient relations. Excellent oration skills. Keen interest in research. Ability to maintain composure even under extreme work pressure. Team player and expert communicator. Ability to teach complex concepts in a basic manner.

Academics & Trainings

MS

University College Of Medical Sciences

2018

Awards & Publications

MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS Publications S. No. Article Name Authors Name of journal Issue date 1 Retained anterior capsule: A masquerader of Descemet’s membrane detachment Dr. Prathama Sarkar, Dr. Harish Chandar Gandhi, Dr. Mohit K. Gupta, Dr. Parag Tembhurde Indian Journal of Ophthalmology Vol- 68, Issue 11 2 Atypical Optic Neuritis : An overview Dr. Prathama Sarkar, Dr. Amit Mehtani, Dr. Harish Chandar Gandhi, Dr. Vinita Dubey, Dr. Parag Tembhurde, Dr. Mohit Kumar Gupta Indian Journal of Ophthalmology Vol- 69, Issue 1 3 Pterygium Dr. Prathama Sarkar, Dr. Koushik Tripathi Stat Pearls, PubMed 2020, August 10 (PMID: 32644333) 4 Capsulotomy for cataract surgery: Evolution of a Journey. Dr. J.S. Bhalla, Dr. Nitish Kumar, Dr. Prathama Sarkar DOS Times March-Apr 2019. 5 Bone’ Appetit: Multimodal Imaging in Choroidal Osteoma Dr. Prathama Sarkar, Dr. Amit Mehtani DOS Times Vol-25, No. 1, July- August 2019 6 Financial Implications for Ophthalmologists due to COVID-19 Outbreak Dr. J.S. Bhalla, Dr. Prathama Sarkar, Dr. Amit Mehtani, Col. Aditi Dusaj, Dr. Pooja Nikas DOS Times Vol-25, No. 4, Jan- February 2020 7 Rho kinase Inhibitors: The multifaceted drug in Ophthalmology Dr. Prathama Sarkar, Dr. Amit Mehtani, Dr. Harish Chandar Gandhi, Dr. J. S. Bhalla, Dr. Satish Tapariya, Dr. Pooja Nikas European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research ejpmr, 2020, 7(8), 318-330 8 A Tale of Foreign Body Sensation to carcinoma-in-situ: A case report on xeroderma pigmentosa Dr. Prathama Sarkar, Dr. Deepak Varma European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research ejpmr, 2020,7(9), 483-485 9 A sullen spill from the skin to the eyes: A case of Sturge Weber Syndrome (Type 2) Dr. Prathama Sarkar, Dr. Arti Rajak, Dr. Mohit Kumar Gupta, Dr. Harish Chandar Gandhi, Dr. Amit Mehtani, Dr. J.S. Bhalla IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR- JDMS) Volume 19, Issue 11 Ser.2 (November. 2020), PP 62-64 10 Advances and newer trends in cataract surgery Dr. J.S. Bhalla, Dr. Prathama Sarkar DOS Times Vol-25, No. 6, May- June 2020 11 Optimizing Outcomes in Uveitic Cataract Dr. Harish Chandar Gandhi, Dr. Prathama Sarkar DOS Times Vol-25, No. 6, May- June 2020 Presentations at conferences/ webinars: Presented as first author, a scientific research paper entitled “RECURRENCE AND COMPLICATIONS OF PTERYGIUM SURGERY USING MODIFIED P.E.R.F.E.C.T. (PTERYGIUM EXTENDED REMOVAL FOLLOWED BY EXTENDED CONJUNCTIVAL TRANSPLANTATION) Technique” at the Women Ophthalmological Society Annual Conference 2018 held at Hyderabad, India. Presented a case titled “Posterior uveitis in pregnancy: A diagnostic and therapeutic dilemma” at DOS Monthly meet held in DDU Hospital on September 2018. Presented various scientific papers at DOS Annual Conference, Delhi in 2019 in various categories: Multipronged approach to management of a case of shield ulcer (free paper) Riding the waves: Management of a case of recurrent Harada Disease in pregnancy (free paper) Tuberculosis in pregnancy with intraocular dissemination: A case report (Interesting cases) Presented a case titled “Bone appetite: Multimodal imaging in choroidal osteoma” held in DDU Hospital on July 2019. Presented as second author in Winter DOS, Delhi (2-3rd November 2019): Partners in crime: A case of tuberculous and exudative RD in AIDS Sausage in the eye: A case of impending CRVO Presented poster in All India Ophthalmological Society (AIOS) Annual Conference held at Gurugram in February 2020. Presented various scientific papers as first author and posters at DOS Annual Conference, Delhi on December 2020 in various categories titled: P.E.R.F.E.C.T. technique for pterygium removal (Free paper) Hide and seek in lump: A case report on spontaneously migrated foreign body in eyelid. (free paper) Idiopathic familial facial nerve palsy: An interesting case report with review of literature (interesting cases) Double trouble: Quite a struggle (interesting cases) Stuck anterior capsule: A big masquerader indeed (poster) A secret tale of foreign body sensation: A case of xeroderma pigmentosa (poster) Adjudged as First prize for poster titled “Stuck anterior capsule: A big masquerader indeed “, second best free paper in the category of allied sciences in ophthalmology for the paper titled “Idiopathic familial facial nerve palsy: An interesting case report with review of literature” and Second best paper for the paper titled “Hide and seek in lump: A case report on spontaneously migrated foreign body in eyelid” at DOS 2020 International Hybrid Conference held between 18 - 20th December 2020. Presented a case discussion on AIOS scientific committee case files session held on 13th December, 2020, titled “My unhappy patient of cataract surgery in eye with previous glaucoma surgery”. 10. Recorded a talk for Medicircle under ‘Doctor’s speak titled “An approach towards digitalisation during COVID-19 “ (available on YouTube). 9. A slide presentation for e-ophtha titled “ Functions of eye banking”.

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