Dr Bhartendu Agarwal is in private practice as a Consultant Eye Surgeon and Director of Perfect Vision Clinic Private Limited since 2002. He has published several papers in peer reviewed journals. He has addressed various international and national conferences as faculty, teaching various aspects of eye care in various cities in India.
Dr Bhartendu Agarwal has taken his super speciality training at LV Prasad Eye Institute ,Hyderabad as a Comprehensive Ophthalmologist.He has also taken training for Cornea transplant, DSEK, DLEK and LASIK.He is an Anterior Segment Surgeon doing Advanced Cataract Surgery, various Corneal procedures, Squint management and LASIK.
He started Lucknow Eye Hospital in the year 2008 with the vision to make its patients experience the highest level of satisfaction with its quality service. His further aim is to make Lucknow Eye Hospital a hospital which is the ultimate choice of the community and to be taken as a reference in the field of eye healthcare.
Dr Bhartendu Agarwal is an able administrator, an academic leader and an astute clinician and surgeon par excellence.
Dr Swati Agarwal joined Lucknow Eye Hospital in the year August 2012 as a Senior Vitreo retinal Surgeon. She is Ex- Associate Professor KGMU and worked in Retina unit. She added super speciality Retina and Ophthalmoplasty services to Lucknow Eye Hospital. Her vision is to acquire products of most advanced technology by observing the most recent research and development studies, to provide total quality by paying attention to the quality, ethics and in-house staff training and to obtain highest levels of skill, Competence and concern leading to patient satisfaction by providing services in a safe environment and is committed to continual improvement and upgradation of the services to meet patient needs and satisfaction. She has published several papers in peer reviewed journals.
Dr Swati Agarwal has done her MS Ophthalmology from KGMU and also trained for vitreo retinal and Ophthalmoplasty. She was a consultant at KGMU Ophthalmology department from 2002-2012.
|Name of employee||Qualification||Registation No.|
|Dr. Bhartendu Agarwal||MS (Ophthalmology)||039617|
|Prof. Dr. Swati Agarwal||MS (Ophthalmology)||039602|
|Dr Deepanshu Mallan||MS (Ophthalmology)||45945|
Dr. Bhartendu Agarwal Reg. No 039617
Trained At LV Prasad Eye Institute ,Hyderabad
Anterior segment surgeon ~ Advanced Cataract Surgery, PK, DSEK, DLEK, LASERs, GFS, Squint surgery, Orbit and Oculoplasty
Prof. Dr. Swati Agarwal Reg. No. 039602
Ex. Associate Professor Ophthalmology KGMU, Lucknow
Anterior segment surgeon
Papers Published by B. Agarwal
Orbital Cysticercosis: Clinical Manifestations, Diagnosis, Management, and Outcome
Suryasnata Rath, MS FRCS, Santosh G. Honavar, MD, FRCS, Milind Naik, MD, Bhartendu Agarwal, MD etal
2. Eye (2003) 17, 447-449. doi:10.1038/sj.eye.6700340 Intraocular cysticercosis simulating retinoblastoma in a 5- year-old child
B Agarwal 1, G K Vemuganti 2 and S G Honavar 3
1. Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery under Topical Anesthesia: How and Why? Dr. Sanjiv Kumar Gupta, Dr. Dipak Kumar, Dr. Swati Agarwal. Proceedings 2007.136
2. Choroidal osteoma in young male, a rarity. J. of PG Medical education training & research. Vol. III, No. 1-2, Jan-April 2008; 48-50.
3. Manual small incision cataract surgery under topical anesthesia with intracameral lignocaine: Study on pain evaluation and surgical outcome. Gupta SK, Kumar A, Kumar D, Agarwal S. Indian J Ophthalmol 2009;57:3-7
4. Cataract surgery under topical anesthesia using 2% lignocaine jelly and intracameral lignocaine: Is manual small incision cataract surgery comparable to clear corneal phacoemulsification? Gupta SK, Kumar A, Agarwal S. Indian J Ophthalmol 2010;58:537-40
5. Cataract surgery under topical anesthesia: Gender-based study of pain experience. Gupta SK, Kumar A, Agarwal S. Oman J Ophthalmol 2010;3:140-4.
Gupta SK, Kumar A, Agarwal S, Pandey P. Transcanalicular laser dacryocystorhinostomy using low energy 810 nm diode laser. Oman J Ophthalmol 2012;5:171-4.
7. Gupta SK, Kumar A, Agarwal S, Agarwal S. Phacoemulsification without preoperative topical mydriatics: Induction and sustainability of mydriasis with intracameral mydriatic solution. Indian J Ophthalmol [Epub ahead of print] [cited 2013 Apr 17]
8. Gupta S K, Agarwal S, Goyal S, Kumar A. Query to the author of 'comparison of different techniques of cataract surgery in bacterial contamination of the anterior chamber in diabetic and non-diabetic population'. Indian J Ophthalmol.
Agrawal S, Gupta SK, Singh V, Agrawal S. Nasolacrimal duct recanalization with endodiathermy bipolar probe: Response from authors. Indian J Ophthalmol. 2014 Sep;62(9):971-2.