Dr. Pratyush Ranjan - ASG Eye Hospital | Best Eye Hospital in India



Dr. Pratyush Ranjan
MBBS, DOMS, DNB & MAMS MBBS,
Specialization: PHACO, GLAUCOMA, OCULOPLASTY, REFRACTIVE, (Q-LASIK, ICL & BIOPTICS)

Dr. Pratyush Ranjan is a postgraduate in Ophthalmology from Vardhaman Mahavir Medical College and Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi. He has been trained at Freeman Hospital, Newcastle, United Kingdom, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi and Sitapur Eye Hospital, Sitapur, Uttar Pradesh.

He worked as Consultant Ophthalmologist & Medical Superintendent at National Society for the Prevention of Blindness – NSPB’s Shaheed Bhagat Singh Eye Hospital for more than 2.5 years, under his leadership the hospital became the center which is doing highest number of cataract surgery in whole of western Uttar Pradesh (more than 15,000 cataract surgery annually).

Dr. Ranjan has experience of 35500+ Cataract & Refractive, 1000+ Glaucoma, 1000+ Retinal lasers & Injections and 1000+ Oculoplastic surgeries. He has developed a new surgical technique to perform cataract surgery; Ranjan’s Modified Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery (R-MSICS), Cartwheel Chop for Phacoemulsification Cataract Surgery & combined glaucoma & cataract surgeries (The Infinity Incision). He is also the inventor of two surgical instruments, the Ranjan MSICS Marker and Carter (The Cartwheel Chopper). Dr. Ranjan is prolific writer & speaker. He has authored more than thirty-five publications in peer reviewed journals, one book & contributed three book chapters. He often serves as an invited guest speaker & trainer in various national & international conferences. Till now he has mentored many young ophthalmologists in Cataract & Glaucoma surgeries d0075ring their yearlong fellowship.

Currently, Dr. Ranjan is working at ASG Eye Hospital, Varanasi as Cataract, Refractive and Glaucoma Surgeon with special interest in Medical Retina and Oculoplastic.

He runs an NGO, The Asoka Foundation to promote eye health and eradicate preventable blindness in the society.


Publications

INNOVATIONS: –

R-MSICS (Ranjan’s Technique of Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery), Ranjan MSICS Marker, Cartwheel Chop, Carter & Infinity Incision.

BOOKS & CHAPTERS: –

  1. “Visual outcome after MSICS & Phacoemulsification surgery” Pratyush Ranjan, Lopmudra Sarkar, KPS Malik. Lambert Academic Publications, Germany. August 2012 [ISBN: 978-3-659-21962-7]
  2. “Post-Operative Care after Small Incision Cataract Surgery” Pratyush Ranjan, Divya Manohar. Master’s Guide manual SICS. ISMSICS, 2018
  3. “Ocular Trauma” Pratyush Ranjan, Deepak Mishra, Satanshu Mathur. Essentials in Ophthalmology, Elsevier, India. 2019 [ISBN: 978-81-312-5005-1]
  4. Research:- Pratyush Ranjan, Deepak Mishra, Madhu Bhadauria. Atoll sign in Posterior Lenticonus: A case report of bilateral Posterior Lenticonus with review of literature. Journal of Clinical Ophthalmology and Research. 2:3, 152-154. 2014
  5. Anurag Narula, B. P. Guliani, Pratyush Ranjan, Aniket Shastri, K. P. S. Malik. Study The Correlation between Severity of Diabetic Retinopathy with Control and Duration of Diabetes. J of Evolution of Med and Dent Sci. 3:23, 6413-6423. 2014
  6. Deepak Mishra, Pratyush Ranjan, VK Pal, Madhu Bhadauria. Epidemiology of Trachoma: A report by Sitapur Trachoma Study Group. J Clin Exp Ophthalmol.5:2. 336-337. 2014.
  7. Ritusha Mishra, Himanshu Mishra, Deepak Mishra, Pratyush Ranjan. Congenital Orbital Teratoma: A Rare Presentation. Int J Ophthalmic Pathol. 3:1. 2014
  8. Anurag Narula, BP Guliani, HS Sethi, Pratyush Ranjan, Aniket Shastri, Vishnu Gupta. Juxtapapillary Hemangioblastoma: Case Report and Review of Literature. Delhi Journal of Ophthalmology. 24:3.195-198.2014
  9. Pratyush Ranjan, Deepak Mishra, Arun D Singh, VB Pratap. Familial Moniliform Blepharosis: Clinical, Histopathological and Genetic Correlation. Ophthalmic genetics 0: 1-5. 2013
  10. Pratyush Ranjan, BP Guliani, Moncef Khairallah, Deepak Mishra. Acute necrotizing Panophthalmitis in seropositive case of Chikungunya. Journal of Clinical Ophthalmology and Research.1:1. 23-25. 2013
  11. Deepak Mishra, Pratyush Ranjan, B.P.Sinha, Vijay Baijal, Madhu Bhadauria. Retinoblastoma with unusual association of post-axial polydactyly. European journal of ophthalmology 23.5: 776-778. 2012
  12. BP Guliani, Pratyush Ranjan, Anurag Narula, Shashi Khare. Acute Hemorrhagic Conjunctivitis by Enterovirus 71. Delhi Journal of Ophthalmology. 22:1.49-50. 2011
  13. Pratyush Ranjan, Gyan Saurabh, Amit Gupta, Rahul Bansal. HIFU Vs Cryotherapy as primary treatment for Prostate cancer. IJU: 24.1: 16-21. 2008
  14. Pratyush Ranjan. R-MSICS. Bihar Journal of Ophthalmology, 42:1. 24 -27, 2017.
  15. Pratyush Ranjan. Ranjan MSICS Marker: The Beginning of Topical, Flapless, Astigmatism Free MSICS Era. DOS Times, March – April 2017; 56 – 57.
  16. Pankaj Kumar, Hari S Joshi, Rashmi Katyal, Pratyush Ranjan. An Epidemiological Study on Perception of the Cataract Patients regarding Cataract Surgery in Tertiary Care Hospital, Bareilly District, Uttar Pradesh – Original Article. International Journal of Advanced & Integrated Medical Sciences. Vol 1, Issue 4; 2016, 148 – 150.
  17. Pratyush Ranjan, Deepak Mishra. Updates on Implants in Glaucoma Surgery. Highlights of Ophthalmology. 42:1. 10-13. 2014.
  18. Pratyush Ranjan, Vibha Singh, Deepak Mishra, Anurag Narula. Phthiriasis Palpebrarum: A rare disease with rare presentation as squamous blephroconjunctivitis. Journal of Ophthalmic Photography. 36:1, 39-41. 2014 
  19. Pratyush Ranjan, Deepak Mishra, Nilesh Mohan, B.P. Sinha. Fungal Conjunctivitis. DOS Times.19: 9, 57-58. 2014
  20. Deepak Mishra, Pratyush Ranjan, Shruti Gandhi, Vijay Baijal, Madhu Bhadauria. Caterpillar Hair Induced Ophthalmitis. Highlights of Ophthalmology (English & Spanish Edition). 41:4, 10-11. 2013
  21. Pratyush Ranjan, Shruti Gandhi, Deepak Mishra, Vijay Baijal, Madhu Bhadauria. Trachoma: A still unconquered scourge. Bihar journal of Ophthalmology. 37, 62-63. 2012.
  22. Pratyush Ranjan, RN Das. Picture Quiz – Hydatid Disease. Student BMJ. 14, 441-484. 2006
  23. HS Joshi, MC Joshi, Pratyush Ranjan, S Mishra, P Verma, G Agarvanshi, MSS Rana. Refresher Training on Maternal and Child Health for Urban Community Health Volunteers: Assessing Knowledge and Skills. Internet Journal of Medical Update (Mauritius).1:2. 2006.

RESEARCH:-

  1. “Feasibility study on injury and road traffic injury surveillance”, MC Mishra, Amit Gupta, Lalit Singh, Gyan Saurabh, Pratyush Ranjan, Mukesh Kumar, funded by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare; India, World Health Organization (WHO) & Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). (2007)
  2. Thesis titled “Evaluation of macula by optical coherence tomography after uncomplicated cataract surgery with posterior chamber intraocular lens implantation by manual versus phacoemulsification small incision cataract surgery” under Professor L Sarkar. Accepted by the National Board of Examination, New Delhi in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Dipolmate of National Board of examination (ophthalmology) (2008-2011).
  3. “Sitapur Corneal Ulcer Study Group (SCUSG)” Madhu Bhadauria, VK Pal, Pratyush Ranjan, Deepak Mishra, Shruti Gandhi, Deepak Singh funded by Sitapur eye hospital, Sitapur, Uttar Pradesh, India. (2012-2014) 
  4. “Sitapur Trachoma Study Group (STSG)” Madhu Bhadauria, VK Pal, Pratyush Ranjan, Deepak Mishra, Shruti Gandhi, Deepak Singh funded by Sitapur eye hospital, Sitapur, Uttar Pradesh, India. (2012-2014)
  5. “Sitapur Vitamin A deficiency Study Group (SVADSG)”, Madhu Bhadauria, VK Pal, Pratyush Ranjan, Deepak Mishra, Shruti Gandhi, Deepak Singh funded by Sitapur eye hospital, Sitapur, Uttar Pradesh, India. (2012-2014)
  6. “Comparison of refractive outcomes after phacoemulsification surgery with intraocular lens power calculation using ultrasound biometry and partial coherence laser interferometry (IOL Master)” Madhu Bhadauria, Pratyush Ranjan, Deepak Mishra. (2013-2014)
  7. Co-Guide for the thesis, titled “Knowledge, Attitude and Practice regarding cataract and barriers in cataract surgery uptake- A cross-sectional study in tertiary care hospital in Bareilly district”, for partial fulfillment of degree of MD Community Medicine from Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Rohilkhand University, Bareilly. (Name of the candidate: Dr. Pankaj Kumar).

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MBBS, DOMS, DNB & MAMS MBBS,
Specialization: PHACO, GLAUCOMA, OCULOPLASTY, REFRACTIVE, (Q-LASIK, ICL & BIOPTICS)


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