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All India Institute Of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
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Annual Data Report (Jan-Dec 2021)

 
 

ALL INDIA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES

DR. RAJENDRA PRASAD CENTRE FOR OPTHALMIC SCIENCES MEDICAL SOCIAL SERVICE UNIT

ANNUAL DATA REPORT 1ST JANUARY 2021 -31ST December 2021  

 

S.No

Categories

Total Number of Cases

Total Amount(In Rupees)

 

1.

Free Medicines for Poor and Indigent Outdoor (OPD) Patient Through Poor Patient’s Fund

107

Rs.87,838/-

2.

Free Spectacles Provided Through

Poor Patients Fund

116

Rs.64,061/-

3.

Free Surgeries through

Consultations

93

Rs.7,58,199/-

4.

Exemptions of Hospital and investigation Charges (IPD & OPD)

657

Rs.5,14,175/-

5.

Beneficiaries under Janani Shishu Surkshaa Karyakaram

1124

Rs.75,39,778/-

6.

Beneficiaries under Ayushman

Bharat–PMJAY

633

Rs.80,24,757/-

7.

Patients helped through Direct

Donations

07

Rs.38,548/-

8.

RCC (Railway Concession Certificates Issued)

339

 

9.

Ayushmaan Bharat Counselling

 

 

10.

Number of Patients Guided and counseled for issuing disability

certificates

1964

 

 

Total Number of Patients helped through Medical Social Service Unit

5040

Rs.1,70,27,356/-

 

PhD Thesis

 

PhD Thesis

Name

Thesis topic

Period

Dr. Neena John

An integrated model for projection of ophthalmologists to eliminate cataract blindness in India

2005-2009

Mrs. Vasundhra Mishra

Study on Awareness and Health Seeking Practices about Common Eye Conditions in urban slums of Delhi

2010-16

Dr. Noopur Gupta

Community based epidemiological study on corneal opacities

2010-14

Dr. Meenakshi Gangwani

Epidemiological Study on Childhood visual impairment aged 5-15 years in Delhi

2015-2020

Dr. Pallavi Shukla

Community based Operational Research Study on involvement of ASHAs in Strengthening Primary Eye Care Services for Urban Vulnerable Population of Delhi

2015-2020

Dr. Souvik Manna

Community based assessment of disability among adult population of Delhi using WHO-ICF

2019-

Dr. Manpreet Kaur

 

Manpreet Kaur 

Assistant Professor (Ophthalmology) 

Cornea, Cataract & Refractive Surgery Services 

RP Centre, AIIMS, New Delhi 

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Educational Qualifications  

  • MBBS (AIIMS, New Delhi)
  • MD (Ophthalmology)- AIIMS, New Delhi
  • Senior Residency (Cornea, Cataract & Refractive Surgery,  AIIMS, New Delhi)
  • 2.5 years research experience post senior residency 
  •  

Research Work  

  • Medline Indexed publications- 52 (346 citations, H index 11)
  • Total Publications- 170
  • Editor- Book on ‘Small Incision Lenticule Extraction’
  • >60 book chapters
  • Co-investigator in 3 multicentric and international research projects
  • Instruction courses and invited oral presentations in international and national conferences  

 

Faculty- International Instruction Course  

  • American Academy of Ophthalmology 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020  

 

Awards & Honors  

  • Achievement Award- American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) in 2019
  • International Heroes Award 2019- All India Ophthalmological Society Annual Meeting 2019, Gurgaon, India
  • ‘Atm Prakash Gold Medal’ for ‘Best Undergraduate’ in Surgery, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi (2009)
  • ‘Best Senior Resident’ award in Ophthalmology, RP Centre, AIIMS, New Delhi (2017)
  • ‘Best of Show’ Video Award, American Academy of Ophthalmology Annual Meeting, 11-15 October 2019, San Francisco, USA for “Intraoperative-OCT Guided Management of Intumescent White Cataract”
  • Second Prize- Best Video Award (Senior Producer) at ISCKRS Annual Meeting, 3-4 October 2019, Le Meridian, Delhi for ‘Suction Loss in SMILE- Rescue Techniques’
  • Second Prize- Best Poster Award at ISCKRS Annual Meeting, 3-4 October 2019, Le Meridian, Delhi for ‘Outcomes of Post Implantable Collamer Lens (ICL) Cataract’ (Co-Author)
  • ‘Best of Show’ Video Award, American Academy of Ophthalmology Annual Meeting 2018, Chicago, USA for “Management of Difficult Lenticule Extraction in Learning Curve of SMILE”
  • Best Paper- APAO, Bangkok, Thailand. 6-9 March 2019. Titiyal J, Kaur M, et al. Visual Quality and Stereoacuity after Binocular Implantation of ERV Intraocular Lens.
  • Best ePoster (First Prize)- “Correlation of Corneal Biomechanics and Confocal Microscopy with Corneal Thickness in Myopia” APACRS, Chiang Mai (2018)
  • Best free paper: DOS Annual Conference 9-10th April 2014 “Correlation between structural and functional changes in retina in Parkinson’s Disease”
  • Awarded Travel Grants ICMR (2014, 2018), DST (2017) and CSIR (2019)
  • Lifetime Member of Delhi Ophthalmological Society since 2012, All India Ophthalmological Society since 2016 and Indian Society of Cornea and Kerato-refractive Surgeons since 2016
  • Assistant Editor (Cataract)- Indian Journal of Ophthalmology since 2020
  • Member of Editorial board Delhi Ophthalmological Society (DOS) TIMES in 2014-15

 

Dr. Neiwete Lomi

 

Dr. Neiwete Lomi is currently Associate Professor at Dr. Rajendra Prasad Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi. Dr. Lomi has done MBBS from SKMCH, Muzaffarpur, Bihar and completed post-graduation in Ophthalmology from AIIMS, New Delhi. Subsequently, he obtained super specialty training in Cornea, Refractive Surgery and Glaucoma from PGIMER Chandigarh. His current field of interest is in ocular oncology, specially retinoblastoma and uveal melanoma. Besides ocular oncology works, he is also a compassionate and dedicated ophthalmic surgeon working actively in clinical and research activity in the speciality of cornea, cataract and refractive surgery.  Dr. Lomi is one of the first ophthalmic surgeon from north India to perform plaque brachytherapy on ocular tumors since 2017 and also initiated Gamma knife stereotactic radiosurgery for treating large choroidal melanoma in collaboration with Gamma knife unit at AIIMS. Currently he is working in institutional project on melanogenesis in ocular melanoma, Radiomics and Radiogenomics profiling in retinoblastoma and improvised plaque brachytherapy for various ocular tumours.

OPDs: Room no. 33. Wed/Sat 9am-1pm.

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RECENT PUBLICATIONS  

 

  1. Shubha G R, Aditi Khurana, Sumit Garg, Rachna Seth, Neiwete Lomi, Chetan Patel, Rakesh Kumar. Comparison between the diagnostic accuracy of F-18 FDG PET/CT scan and Tc-99m MDP bone scintigraphy for detection of distant metastasis in extra-ocular retinoblastoma- a single centre initial experience. Journal of Nuclear Medicine June 2022, 63 (supplement 2) 2785.
  2. Lata Singh, Mithalesh Kumar Singh, Moshahid Alam Rizvi, Sameer Bakhshi, Rachna Meel, Neiwete Lomi, Seema Sen, Seema Kashyap. Clinical relevance of the comparative expression of immune checkpoint markers with the clinicopathological findings in patients with primary and chemoreduced retinoblastoma. Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy.  2020 Feb 26. doi: 10.1007/s00262-020-02529-4.
  3. Kashyap Seema, Singh Lata, Kumar Nikhil, Singh Mithalesh, Pushker Neelam, Bakshi Sameer, Sen Seema, Lomi Neiwete, Meel Rachna, Chawla Bhavna . Combined association of Massive choroidal and Optic nerve invasion as a prognostic relevance in Primary Retinoblastoma: A 10 year study. Asia-PacJClinOncol.2020;1–9.
  4. Seema Kashyap, Mithelesh Kumar Singh, Jayanti Jha, Lata Singh, Neelam Pushker, Seema Sen, Pradeep Venketesh, Rachna Meel, Neiwete Lomi. Prognostic impact of HERC2 protein and pink-eyed dilution protein in uveal melanoma. Human Cell. Doi.org/10.1007/s13577-020-00397-9.
  5. Lata Singh, Mithalesh Kumar Singh, Maria Cristina Kenney, Martine J. Jager, Moshahid Alam Rizvi, Rachna Meel, Neiwete Lomi, Sameer Bakhshi, Seema Sen, Seema Kashyap. Prognostic significance of PD‐1/PD‐L1 expression in uveal melanoma: correlation with tumor‐infiltrating lymphocytes and clinicopathological parameters. Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy https://doi.org/10.1007/s00262-020-02773-8.

 

Medical Social Service Unit

"Donate For A Cause -- Help A Patient, Support A Patient"

 

 

Dr. R.P.Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences has Medical Social Service Unit to assist, guide and help poor, indigent needy patients for their treatment by providing free spectacles, medicines and surgical items required for the treatment. We accept donations in mode of cash /cheque/NEFT as well as medicines and spectacles etc..

 

 

 

 

"Donate eye to give sight - Donate generously to save sight"

 

Donations for poor & indigent patients undergoing treatment at our centre can be made by Cash/ Bank Draft/ Cheque drawn in favor of “POOR PATIENTS FUND ACCOUNT / Dr. R.P.Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences”/ NEFT (Account Nbr.10874588480,IFSC:SBIN-0001536) .Donations made under this account are eligible for 100 % tax relief U/S 80G and 35 of the Income Tax Act, 1961vide order no. DIT (E) 2006-2007/A-240/1216 dated 31-08-2006 .

The Bank Draft/ Cheque along with a covering letter could also be directly sent by post to:-

 

 

 

Medical Superintendent,

Dr.R.P.Centre for Ophthalmic Science,

Room No.129, Ist Floor,

All India Institute of Medical Sciences,

Ansari Nagar, New Delhi-110029.

Contact No.-011-26593029

 

 

ALL INDIA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES

DR. RAJENDRA PRASAD CENTRE FOR OPHTHALMIC SCIENCES

Medical Social Service Unit

Donation Received From Various donors from 1ST April 2018 to 31ST March 2019

Categories/Sources

Amount Received( in Rupees)

Donation received through Donation Boxes

Rs.1,97,558/-

Donation received through Anonymous Donors

Rs.12,600/-

Donation received through various donors

Rs.8,00,701/-

Direct/Personal Donations

Rs.30,590 /-

Total Amount Received

Rs.10,41,449/-(Ten lac forty one thousand four hundred forty nine)

 

 

 

Annual Data Report 1ST April 2018 – 31ST March 2019

S.No

Categories

Total No. of Case

Total Amount

 

Free Surgeries of Indoor Patients

343

Rs.26,05,050/-

 

Free Spectacles provided through Poor Patients Fund

250

Rs.1,22,230/-

 

Medical Assistance through Poor Patients Fund

70

Rs.53615/-

 

Exemption of Hospital and investigation charges (IPD and OPD)

663

Rs.5,25,915/-

 

Beneficiaries Under Ayushman Bharat-PMJAY

172

Rs.19,18,685/-

 

Beneficiaries Under JSSK

572

Rs.61,74,205/-

 

Patients helped through Rashtriya Arogya Nidhi-NIAF

08

Rs. 4,10,600/-

 

No . of Railway Concession Certificates Provided as per the govt. rules

857(Permananent-318,

Cancer patients -539)

--

 

No. of patients counseled for the benefits of disability certificate

2528

--

Total

5463(Five thousand four hundred sixty three only)

Rs.1,18,10,300/-

(One Crore eighteen lac ten thousand and three hundred only)

 

"Contribute for the Noble Cause"

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