Dr. Jeevan Ladi




MBBS 1987 KEM Hospital, Mumbai
DOMS 1990 KEM Hospital, Mumbai
MS 1990 KEM Hospital, Mumbai, (Gold Medal)
DNB 1991 New Delhi

Ophthalmology Memberships

All India Ophthalmological Society Managing Committee (2017-2020)

Pune Ophthalmological Society President (2011-2012)

American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons

Indian Cataract and Refractive Surgery Society

Awards and Achievements

Dr. Jeevan Ladi was awarded the Gold Medal for 25 years of work in the field of Laser Eye Surgery (Spectacle and Cataract Surgery) at an International Ophthalmology conference in New Delhi.

Dr. Ladi was also awarded the Dr. V K Chitnis Award for 13 years of exemplary work on Intraocular Lens Implantation.

Dr. Jeevan Ladi is one of the best ophthalmologists in Pune, India. Read on to learn about his extensive training and research or for more information on his many memberships and achievements.

1. Secondary scleral fixated IOL for aphakia (high plus number above + 10) from 1991.
2. Radial Keratotomy (RK) from 1993. Training under Dr Charles Kasaber.
3. Duo track Mini Radial Keratotomy (Mini RK) from 1996. Our RK results were excellent due to stringent selection criteria for only number between – 1.50 to – 4.00.
4. LASIK from October 2000
5. Bladeless ReLEx Smile from October 2015.
6. Bladeless Customised Femto Lasik from October 2015
7. Only surgeon in India (to the best of our knowledge) to use most of the Excimer Laser Machines available in world. Excimer Machines used: NIDEK, Bausch and Lomb, Zeiss MEL 80 and MEL 60 – Meditec, Allegreto Wavelight, Schwind and VISX.
8. Phakic IOLs – Iris claw and Implantable Contact Lens (ICL): Used for patients not suitable for LASER/LASIK.
9. Pre Lex: Presbyopic clear lens extraction with Multifocal IOL above the age of 48 years.
10. Presbyopic (reading glasses above the age of 40 years) CustomVue Lasik: For Myopic (minus number), hyperopic (plus number) and for reading glasses.
11. Pseudophakic (spectacle number after cataract surgery) CustomVue Lasik for residual spectacle number (refractive error)
12. Keratoconus (forward bulging of front part of eye-cornea): Semisoft Toric contact lenses, Corneal Collagen Cross linking (C3R), Kera Rings / INTACS and Implantable Contact Lens (ICL).

1. Dr Theio Seilar, Switzerland: Femtosecond Laser live surgery for spectacle number and different applications – 2007.
2. Dr Arturu Chayat, Tijvana, USA border: Refractive and cataract surgery-2003.
3. Dr Arun Gulani, Florida, USA: Refractive corneal and surface plastic surgeries – 2007.
4. ReLEx Smile and Bladeless Femto Customised Lasik : Dr Ekttat Chansue, Thailand 2015

Publications: International Peer Reviewed Journal
First study in Asia and only the second in the world till September 2010.
“Comparison of central corneal thickness measurements with the Galilei dual Scheimpflug analyzer and ultrasound pachymetry.”
Jeevan S Ladi, Nitant A Shah
Indian J Ophthalmol: 2010;58:385-388

1. Pioneered the technique of “Epinucleus Mode Phacoemulsification” for stitch less cataract surgery, presented as a scientific research paper at ASCRS held at San Diego, California, USA in 2004.
2. Presented a video on “Phaco in Filtering Blebs” for stitch less cataract surgery at ASCRS, San Diego, California, USA in 2004.
3. Presented free scientific paper on self developed innovative techniqueof “Ultrasound Chop for Phacoemulsification” for stitch less cataract surgery at International conference of ASCRS held at Washington DC, USA in April 2005.
4. Recipient of the prestigious “Dr. V K Chitnis Oration Award” for the year 2004 presented by The Maharashtra Ophthalmic Society for “13 years of exemplary work done on secondary IOL implantation” including sclera fixation used to remove high plus number above +10.
5. Awarded the First prize for best research paper on “Phacoemulsification in Chronic Uveitis” for stitch less
complicated cataract surgery
6. Bell Pharma award by MOS- Best research paper
7. Second prize for surgical video on “Phacoemulsification in Complicated Cases” for stitch less complicated cataract surgery by Maharashtra Ophthalmic Society in October 1999.
8. Presented 10 international free research papers
9. AIOS- attended 15 annual conferences, presented 6 research
papers and 3 videos, Faculty member of AIOS
10. Invited as faculty: International conference for eye care in old age.
11. Delivered numerous public education speeches at various venues.
12. Publications of articles for Maharashtra Ophthalmic Society & Indian Medical Association Journals
13. Conducted and participated in many free eye check up camps for public and children at various urban and rural centers.
14. Organized the first Exhibition in India for public education on “Eye Health Care” in December 1998.
15. Organized state level live surgical workshop for eye surgeons and didactic lectures at Dada Eye Hospital, Camp, Pune in the year 1997.

in Pune/Maharashtra
NIO – (4 times), Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital (twice), H. V. Desai Eye
Hospital, Poona Hospital, Ruby Hall Clinic for Orbis International and Dada
Eye Hospital.

Aurangabad: twice, Ahemadnagar, Solapur, Pusad (Vidarbha), Kolhapur
in International Conference
Phaco cataract surgery under topical (no injection – only anaesthetic eye
drops) anaesthesia-1998.

Many CMEs held by Poona Ophthalmological Society (POS), NIO (every year from 1996), Ruby Hall Clinic (Orbis International), H. V. Desai Hospital , Poona Hospital , AFMC, YCM (Pimpri), Bharati Vidyapeeth, Tarachand Hospital, Jehangir Hospital, Astag Ayurved Medical College, Basic Ophthalmology course and how to deal with ophthalmic emergencies for Government Medical Officers (PHC) – 2002 Sangamnerkar hospital, Pune etc.

1. Scleral 4 point Fixated IOL (1991) for high plus number above + 10
2. Phacoemulsification surgery (December 1994-Kamala Nehru Hospital)
3. Vertical (12 – 6 o’clock) Scleral fixated IOL for young bull horn injury patient.
4. Topical anaesthesia phaco surgery (May 1996)
5. Morscher Ring (Germany): CTR – Capsulo Tension Ring for subluxated cataract 1996.
6. Cionni’s Modified CTR: for subluxated cataract of more than 180 degrees with scleral fixation of ring – 2001
7. Limbal Relaxing Incisions for Astigmatism(Cylindrical number) : LRI – 1996
8. Introduced Cold Phaco Technology – 2003
9. CustomVue, VISX, USA: Wavefront Guided Customized Lasik – April 2008
10. First in India- Galilei, Switzerland, Double Scheimpflug Camera for anterior segment analysis – March 2008
11. Phakic Iris Claw IOL for High Myopia – 1999
12. Implantable Contact Lens (ICL), Switzerland 2001
13. Pseudophakic arcuate astigmatic keratotomy for high Astigmatism (Cylindrical number): – 6.5 D
14. Pseudophakic (number remaining after cataract surgery): CustomVue Lasik-2009
15. Started microsurgery and IOL implantation for Pune Municipal Corporation, Kamala Nehru Hospital-1994
16. Dedicated 100% Laminar Flow Ophthalmic Operation Theatre with Hepa Filters-2007

1. Ahmadnagar Academy-twice
2. Karad Ophthalmic association
3. Kalyan-Dombivali Ophthalmic association
4. Thane Ophthalmic association
5. Kolhapur Ophthalmic association
6. Solapur Ophthalmic association
7. Aurangabad Ophthalmic association
8. Pusad Ophthalmic association
9. Navi Mumbai Ophthalmic association
10. Mumbai Ophthalmic association (BOA) – Every year from 1996
11. Eye Advance- Each conference from 1996

1. Goa
2. New Delhi
3. Bengaluru, Hubli – Karnataka
4. Jaipur – Rajasthan
5. Cochin – Kerala
6. Ahmadabad , Baroda – Gujarat
7. Uttarakhand
8. Hyderabad- Telangana
9. Vizag- Andhra Pradesh

1. Lasik, Baroda. October 2000
2. Multifocal IOLs, Alcon, Mumbai 2004
3. Moria Microkeratome and Epi-Lasik, Washington DC, USA, 2005
4. VISX Excimer Laser: 2005, USA. and Bangalore, 2008
5. Implantable Contact Lenses (ICL), Chennai 2005

1. Pune Municipal Corporation, Kamala Nehru Hospital and Gadikhana: 1991-1998 (First as associate of Dr M. B. Jhamwar and then Honorary)
2. Deendayal Memorial Hospital: 1991-1999
3. Dynana Prabhodhini Medical Trust: 1991-19994
4. Bharati Vidhyapeeth Medical College and Hospital : 1993-1994
5. Netraseva Pratisthan: 1994
6. Mahatma Gandhi Hospital : 1993-1994 (Ad hoc to Bharati Hospital)
7. Apollo and Jehangir Hospital: 1998-2008

1. Managing committee All India Ophthalmological Society (AIOS) 2017-2020
2. President Poona Ophthalmological Society 2011 – 2012
3. Vice President Poona Ophthalmological Society 2010 – 2011
4. Chairman Organizing Committee State Conference 2011
5. Member Scientific Committee of Maharashtra Ophthalmic Society
6. Managing Committee member of Maharashtra Ophthalmic Society
7. Ex-Honorary secretary of Pune Ophthalmic Society
8. Honorary Treasurer of Maharashtra Ophthalmic Society
9. Ex-Honorary: Pune Municipal Corporation, Deendayal Hospital, Bharti Vidhyapeeth Medical College, Apollo and Jehangir Hospital
10. Worked as an Honorary Eye surgeon for many charitable institutes

1. Poona Ophthalmological Society
2. American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ASCRS)
3. All India Ophthalmic Society (AIOS)
4. Indian Cataract and Refractive Surgery Society
5. Delhi Ophthalmic Society
6. Maharashtra Ophthalmic Society
7. Mumbai Ophthalmic Society (BOA)
8. Navi Mumbai & Raigad Ophthalmic Society
9. Ophthalmological Society of West Bengal (OSWB)
10.Delhi Ophthalmological Society (DOS)
11.Karnataka Ophthalmic Society (KOS)
12.Madhya Pradesh State Ophthalmic Society (MPSOS)
13.Kerala Society of Ophthalmic Surgeons (KSOS)
14.Tamil Nadu Ophthalmic Association (TNOA)
15.Andhra Pradesh Ophthalmic Society (APOS)
16.Bihar Ophthalmological Society (BOS)
17.Rajasthan Ophthalmogical Society (ROS)
18.North Zone Ophthalmological Society (NZOS)
19.Odisha ophthalmological society
20.Telangana ophthalmological society
21.Gujarat ophthalmological society
22.Assam ophthalmological society
23.Indian Medical Association

1. Comparison of Central Corneal Thickness with the Galilei Dual Scheimpflug Analyzer and Ultrasound Pachymetry. (First study in Asia & 2nd in the world) IJO 2010,58(5): 385-8
2. Vertical fixation with fibrin glue-assisted secondary posterior chamber IOL in a case of surgical aphakia. IJO 2013,61(3):126-9
3. Prevention and correction of residual refractive errors after cataract surgery. JCliOphthalmol Res 017;5-45-50
4. Toric Multifocal IOL implantation in a case of Bilateral Anterior and Posterior Lenticonus in Alport Syndrome. 2016,64:847-9

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