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     To,




     Dear Sir/Madam,

     I am pleased to inform you that ISMSICS (international society of
     manual small incision cataract surgeons) is going to organize
     5th international conference at Mumbai on 6th and 7th March 2010
     at hotel grand Maratha.

       As you all know this organization since inception in 2005 has
      organized 4 international conferences.
   1st was in Mumbai,
   2nd in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia,
   3rd in Makassar Indonesia,
   4th was in Cairo, Egypt.
       Face of Indian ophthalmology has been projected highly through these
      conferences. ISMSICS membership is growing every day.
      In this mega conference we are expecting 500 plus delegates from all
      parts of India and abroad .
      ISMSICS is also organizing regional conferences:-

 1st was already successfully organised in Sangali at Dr. shekhar
    paranjape hospital On 14th and 15th August 2009,
 2nd conference in Solapur at Dr. pradhans hospital is in the month of
    November 2009,
 3rd conference is in Belgaum - Jan 2010.

     They will be PHACO and MSICS conferences.
     Conference in Mumbai is going to be a unique comprehensive
     conference.
     Which is named as
     “5TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MSICS.
     PHACO INDIA-1,
      GLAUCOMA INDIA-1(FINE FOCUS)
     Unlike other conference we are working on a new concept about giving
     sponsor an opportunity to promote the features of their product
     scientifically for 3 minutes each. (history of ISMSICS, tariff for main
     sponsors and conference details are attached with this)
     Thank you,

     DR.AMULYA SAHU
     (PRESIDENT)
MAIN SPONSORS TAARIFF- PAGE-2

Type of sponsor ship   amount
                                      Sponsor will get benefits
PLATINUM               2.5LAKHS      Can bring1 speaker from
                                      abroad or india as faculty

                                     Can talk about company’s
                                      product for 3minutes
                                     1 display at venue
                                     1 full color page
                                      advertisement in ISMSICS
                                      JOURNAL
                                     1stall
                                     Memento during in
                                      inauguration.


DIAMOND                2LAKHS        Can bring1 speaker from
                                      abroad or india as faculty

                                     Can talk about company’s
                                      product for 3minutes.
                                     1 display at venue
                                     1stall or 1 full color page
                                      advertisement in ISMSICS
                                      JOURNAL
                                     Memento during in
                                      inauguration.


GOLD                   1.5LAKHS      1 display at venue
                                     1stall
                                     full color page advertisement
                                      in ISMSICS JOURNAL
                                     Memento during in
                                      inauguration.


SILVER                 1LAKH         stall
                                     1 display at venue

                                     Memento during in
                                      inauguration.
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NATIONAL SPEAKERS

   1. DR. T. P. LAHANE
   2. DR. B. K. NAYAK
   3. DR. RAGINI PAREKH
   4. DR. ARJUN AHUJA
   5. DR. AMULYA SAHU
   6. DR. JAGANNATH BORAMANI
   7. DR. NITA SHANBHAG
   8. DR. MANJIRI OAK
   9. DR. V. C. MEHTA
   10. DR. ASHOK GARG
   11. DR. SHIVRAM NADKARNI
   12. DR. PATNE
   13. DR. SHEKHAR PARANJPE
   14. DR. ANIL KULKARNI
   15. DR. ANIL SHAH
   16. DR. MADHURI DIXIT
   17. DR. SUTANSHU MATHU
   18. DR. GAURAV LUTHRA
   19. DR. KAMALJEET SINGH
   20. DR. UMA PRADHAN
   21. DR. SAYED MAZHAR
   22. DR. S. P. SINGH
   23. DR. JEEVAN LAD
   24. DR. DHALIWAL
   25. DR. SARABJEET SINGH
   26. DR. M. S RAVINDRA
   27. DR. DEBASHISH BHATTACHARYA
   28. DR. AVAY VASAVADA
   29. DR. QUERESH MASKATI
   30. DR. SUHAS HALDIPURKAR
   31. DR. PARUL SHAH
   32. DR. SAHASHRABUDHE
   33. DR. GOGTE
   34. DR. ARUP
   35. DR. SAMAR BASAK
   36. DR. SRIKRISHNA DHAGE
   37. DR. PARAS SHAH
INTERNATIONAL FACULTIES
   1. DR. KADIL JOJO - PHILIPPINES
   2. DR. ANDIKA PRAHASTA INDONESIA
   3. DR. JONGERJEET THAILAND
   4. DR. PIPAT GONSAP THAILAND
   5. DR. KOSAKARAN THAILAND
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6. DR. KHALED MANSOUR EGYPT
7. DR. SHERIF AMER EGYPT
8. DR. MARK HU CHINA
9. DR, GEOFFREY TABIN USA
10. DR. PETER KANSAS USA
11. DR. JOHAN HUTAURUK INDONESIA
12. DR. TAJALANO INDONESIA
13. DR. LUTHERFRY USA
14. DR. CARMONA SPAIN
15. DR. INFANTES SPAIN
16. DR. FAYAZ KHAN KENAYA
17. DR. DATO VEERA RAMANI MALAYASIA
18. DR. SINGIT MALAYSIA




                   ORGANISERS

   1. DR. ANURAG BANKA
   2. DR. YASESH MANIAR
   3. DR. VASTAL PARIKH
   4. DR. NITIN MALKAN
   5. DR. JAGDISH SHAH
   6. DR. NEELAM SATPUTE
   7. DR. NATARAJAN
   8. DR. YUSUF VIRANI
   9. DR. SIRISH NAUASALE
   10. DR. YOGESH SHAH
   11. DR. DEEPAK VAIDYA
   12. DR. USHA PARATE
   13. DR. HEMALINI
   14. DR. PREETAM
   15. DR. CYRUS
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               5TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MSICS

PROGRAMME DETAILS ARE AS FOLLOWS

6TH MARCH
9 AM TO 10.30 AM


     WOUND CONSTUCTION-PRINCIPLES DYNAMICS
     CCC HYDRO PROCEDURE
     MSICS IN DIFFICULT SITUATION
     COMPLICATION MANAGEMENT N.M SICS.
     BASIC PRICIPLES OF VARIOUS TECHNIQUES
  .
             BLUEMENTHAL
             VISCO EXPRESSION
             PHACO SECTION
             SNARE
             FISH HOOK
             PHACO SANDWITCH
             MSICS STOP & CHOP(3mm)
             AXE EYE CHOPPER
             PRE CHOP MSICS

SESSION 2
11 TO 12 PM

PANEL DISCUSSION AND AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION

QUESTIONS:-
  1. SCLERAL OR CORNEAL INCISION
  2. IS SUTURE NECESSARY
  3. ROLE OF SCLERAL POCKET
  4. PRECAUTION DURING INCISION
  5. DIFFICULTY IN NUCLEUS DIVISION
  6. HOW TO PROTECT ENDOTHELIUM
  7. SHARP INSTRUMENT OR BLUNT INSTRUMENT
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  8. WHICH POSITION INCISION IS BETTER, WHY?
  9. HOW MUCH INCISION IS SMALL INCISION
  10. CAN YOU COMBINE MSICS WITH GLAUCOMA SURGERY
  11. FUNNEL OR SQUARE INCISION
  12. DOES DISTANCE FOR LIMBUS AFFECT ASTIGMATIC OUT COME
  13. CAN YOU DO MSICS IN CAN OPENER RHEXIS
  14. WHEN TO SWITCH OVER ECCE.
  15. WHAT TYPE OF LENS BEST SUITED, WHY?
  16. RELAXING INCISION IS IT ADVISABLE IF YES WHERE HOW MANY
      WHAT WAY
  17. MSICS DIFFICULTY IN SUBLUXATED LENS
  18. ARE MSICS SURGEON WORST ENEMY OF GLAUCOMA SURGEON

MSICS ROUND UP12.15 TO 1 PM

INAUGURATION

  - TARGET AUDIENCE
  - SICS PRACTIONER
  - SICS INTEREST GROUP
  - PHACO TO MSICS
MSICS TO PHACO

AFTERNOON 1.30PM ONWARD UP TO 6PM
SESSION -3.LIVE SURGERY
   - MSICS-4
   - PHACO EMULSIFICATION- 2
   - GLAUCOMA-2
            I-    PENETRATING
            II-   NON PENETRATING

7TH MARCH FORE NOON
SESSION -4 9 TO 10.30 AM
   - BASICS OF PHACO TECHNIQUE
   - UNDERSTANDING PHACO MACHINE
      I WHICH ONE TO CHOOSE WHY?
3MINT EACH TO ONE MACHINE
   - PANEL DISCUSSION AND AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION
   - PC RENT
          I HOW TO PREVENT
          II HOW TO PUT LENS IN PC RENT
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        III WHAT PRECAUTION
        IV ROLE OF AC MAINTAINER

        -   MULTIFOCAL IOL- WHICH ONE IS BEST WHY?
        -   ACCOMMODATIVE IOL- ARE WE CLOSE TO IDEAL ONE
        -   CONTRAST SENSITIVITY OR VIS-À-VIS MULTIFOCAL IOL
        -   COLD PHACO- HAS IT COME TO STAY
        -   OZIL- IS IT THE ULTIMATE INNOVATIVE, ANY COMPARATIVE
            STUDIES
        -    ASPHERIC MULTIFOCAL
        -   TRIPOD AND BIPOD LENS.
        -   SULCUS IMPLANT OF FOLDABLE IOL I LONG TERM II
            IMPLICATION
        -   HYDROPHOBIC/ HYDROPHILIC IOL
        -   WHAT HAPPENS WHEN LENS TUMBLES

        11 TO 1 PM SESSION 5
  -   FUTURE OF PHACOMACHINES
  -   VARIOUS MACHINES
      HOW THEY ARE DIFFERENT FROM OTHERS
  -   NEWER DESING OF IOL

PANEL DISCUSSION WITH AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION
PHACO -ROUND UP

LUNCH TIME 1 TO 1.45PM

AFTERNOON SESSION-6
  - GLAUCOMA DIGNOSTIC SALIENT POINTS
  - WHEN TO DO SUGERY
  - ART OF TRABECULECTOMY
  - TYPES OF TRABECULECTOMY

SESSION 7
4 TO 6PM
   - KEY TO SUCCESSFUL TRABECULECTOMY
   - PHILOSOPHY OF MEDICAL MANAGEMENT
   - CO2 LASER ASSISTED NON PENETRATING GLACOMA SURGERY
   - FUTURE IN GLAUCOMA MEDICAL AND SURGICAL MANAGEMENT
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             Dear Sir/Madam

             The 5th INTERNATIONAL“ISMSICS CONFERENCE” will
             be held in MUMBAI at GRAND MARATHA from 6th march
             2010 to 7th march 2010.

             Following are the details of the Trade Stalls, facilities available and
             Allotment System.

            There will be about 25 Stalls which will be allotted on first come
             first served basis.

            plenty of sitting and moving space will be provided around the
             stalls for Delegates to relax.


            the Security, Cleaning, Climatisation and provision of water will be
             arranged by the Organizers.

             The following facilities will be provided in each stall.

             a. Size of the Stall will approximately be 3X 2 Meters.
             b. Two Chairs and One table of standard size with table cloth.
             c. Free Electricity.

            The Exhibition area will be open for occupation by the Traders
             from 8 a.m. on6th and 7th march 2010. All Stall Holders will have
             to vacate the area by 6 p.m. on 7th march 2010.

            The payment should be made by an Account Payee BANK
             DRAFT (payment by out station cheques or cash will not
             be accepted) drawn in favor of ISMSICS payable at any
             Bank in MUMBAI and sent to:-

             Dr.AMULYA SAHU(PRESIDENT)




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      There will be no piece-meal deposit of stall charges. The party will have to
       pay full.


      Additional Stall: In case any firm who has already booked the Stalls is
       subsequently desirous of having any additional stall(s) the rates for the
       additional stalls will be those as prevalent at the time when the additional
       stalls are booked and not at the rates at which the stalls were initially
       booked by the firm. This may kindly be taken note of.


      Each Company will be entitled to only one Registration Kit‚ irrespective of
       the number of stalls booked by him. Each Stall Holder will, however, be
       entitled to two Lunch Coupons for every day of the Conference.


      Traders can attend Scientific and Social functions during the Conference.


      The Stall adjudged to be the best, during the Exhibition, will be awarded a
       Trophy by the ISMSICS.


      The allotment of the Stalls will be made on first come first served basis.
       The Traders taking more than one stall will get the neighboring Stall(s)
       subject to availability.


      The Amount of Stall charges once deposited will not be transferred
       towards.
      Sponsorship in any case: - In case the stalls once booked are
       subsequently cancelled the refund of stalls charges will be subject to the
       following conditions:


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a. In case of any cancellation upto 30-12-09 - after a deduction of 25% of
the Deposit
b. In case of any cancellation upto 31-01-20010 after a deduction of 50% of
the deposit
c. In case of any Cancellation after 28-2-2010 / Non participation for any
Reason – No refund.


d. The Amount of Service Tax is credited to the Government Account
And therefore, there will be no refund at all of Service Tax Amount.


Please intimate your full address, email Id, Telephone No., Mobile No. etc. while
Booking the stalls.
Thanking you and looking forward to your cooperation.
Yours faithfully,
(DR.AMULYA SAHU)
PRESIDENT
ISMSICS
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STALLS AT VENUE:-

The basic rate of stall charges will be as follows:

             Date for registration                    rate



1            Upto 30-12-2009                          Rs.35, 000/-




2            31-12-2009 to 31-1-2010                  Rs.55, 000/-




3            01-02-2010 to 25-02-2010                 Rs.85, 000/-




NOTE:-        last date for registration 25-02-       (No Spot Registration)
             2010.
             Service tax included.



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                                                 ISMSICS
  (INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF MANNUAL SMALL INCISION
                CATARACT SURGEONS)

For cataract surgeons last 30 years has been extremely rewarding,
memorable and momentous. We got in one life time what our
predecessors struggled to get, yet didn’t get, through centuries, a
near natural eye following cataract surgery. Starting from intra
capsular cataract surgery with threaded needle eye stitches to extra
capsular with a traumatic suture, 7mm SICS to 3mm SICS, can
opener capsular rhexis to CCC, basic Phaco emulsification to micro
Phaco, to bimanual to cold Phaco to 0.7mm Phaco, what a roller
coaster ride it was !!!. Changes came so fast both in technology and
surgical skill innovation, learning and integrating all the changes to
one’s system left no time to stop and think take stock of. Now when
we are near the ultimate peak of cataract surgery achievement i.e.
injectable IOL, it is time to stop look back, throw down bag gages not
useful anymore like intra capsular surgery, stitch surgery.

A time has come to define position of MSICS in our journey to reach
the peak. At present MSICS is being practiced by 70% of
Ophthalmologist in India and in developing countries. Though in the
developed countries the ratio has changed infavour of phaco
emulsification, sizeable numbers of them still practice MSICS with
many more showing interest and are willing to learn MSICS .

MSICS results are comparable to that by Phaco if not better, yet there
is not a single forum where this silent majority can express
themselves and share each others skill and knowledge.

ISMSICS is going to fill this vacuum and play a significant role in
years to come

There are many surgeons in Bombay for that matter many other
places who practice both Phaco emulsification and MSICS. If you
listen to their experience they will always say, though Phaco
emulsification has brought a revolution in cataract surgery, one is not
a complete surgeon till one knows MSICS. So we strongly advocate
every Ophthalmologist to learn MSICS, this skill will form the
foundation on which Phaco surgical skill can be integrated.

MSICS surgeon is not a lesser surgeon that should be understood loud
and clear. What the patient wants is a good sight and quick sight,
Free from any kind of complications. Most of the time patient is not
concerned by which method the surgeon is going to deliver that
result. Technology is fine but the surgeon was, is, and will always
remain in the center of surgery that point ISMSICS want to drive
forcefully.

The purpose of ISMSICS is to bolster the courage and confidence of
these surgeons and fine tune their skill by regular trainings courses
and interactions.




                 DR.AMULYA SAHU (PRESIDENT)
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        OFFICE BEARERS

        PATRONS


      DR. LUTHER L. FRY (USA)
      DR.   GEOFFREY TABIN (USA)
      DR.   FRANCISCO GUTIERREZ CARMONA (SPAIN)
      DR.   CARLOS INFANTES (SPAIN)
      DR.   ALBRECT HENNING (GERMANY)
      DR.   T.P.LAHANE (INDIA)
      DR.   S. NATARAJAN (INDIA)
      DR.   ANITA PANDA (INDIA)
      DR.   K.P.S. MALLIK (INDIA)


        MANAGING COMMITTEE


        DR. AMULYA SAHU(PRESIDENT)


    DR. B.K.NAYAK (INCOMING PRESIDENT)
    DR.     DEBASISH    BHATTACHARYA        (VICE
      PRESIDENT)
    DR. PARUL SHAH (SECRETARY)
    DR. M.S.RAVINDRA (JOINT SECRETARY)
    DR. SUHAS HALDIPURKAR (TREASURER)
    DR. JAGANNATH BORAMANI (EDITOR JOURNAL)
    DR. SARBJIT SINGH (WEB EDITOR)

        SCIENTIFIC ADVISERS


    Dr. ABHAY VASAVADA
    Dr. SAMAR KUMAR BASAK

  EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS .


      DR. MANJIRI M. OAK
      DR .SHANBHAG NITA U.
      DR. ARJUN AHUJA
      DR. AJAY SHARMA
      DR. RAJESH KAPOOR


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WORLD WIDE -ISMSICS


       INTERNATIONAL CO-ORDINATORS


      DR. ASHOK GARG (INDIA)
      DR. DATTO. PROF. VEERARAMANI (MALAYSIA)
      DR. ANDIKA PRAHASTA (INDONESIA)


       DR. TJAHJONO D. GONDHOWIARDJO (INDONESIA)


      DR. KALED MANSOUR (EGYPT)
      DR. SHERIF AMER (EGYPT)
      DR.   HAO (CHINA)
      DR.   DONALD TAN (HONG KONG)
      DR.   GEOFFREY TABIN (USA)
      DR.   LUTHER FRY (USA)
      DR.   PETER G.KANSAS (USA)
      DR.   JONGSAREJIT (THAILAND)
      DR.   PIPAT GONKSAP (THAILAND)
      DR.   FRANSISCO. J. G. CARMONA (SPAIN)
      DR.   CARLOS INFANTES (SPAIN)
      DR.   ALBRECHT HENNIG (NEPAL)
      DR.   SANDUK RUIT (NEPAL)
      DR.   FAYAZ KHAN (KENYA)


       NATIONAL CO-ORDINATORS


      DR. SEKHAR PARANJAPE (SANGLI-MAHARASTRA)
      DR. MADHURI DIXIT (BELGAUM-KARNATAKA)
      DR. SAYED MAZHAR (SOLAHPUR-MAHARASTRA)
      DR MRS.PRADHAN (SOLAHPUR-MAHARASTRA)
      DR. RANJIT DHALIWAL ( PUNJAB)
      DR. B. N. R. SUBUDHI (ORISSA)
      DR.   SAROJ TRIPATHY (ORISSA)
      DR.   S. P. SINGH (U.P)
      DR.   SATANSHU MATHUR (UTTARKHAND)
      DR.   GAURAV LUTHRA
      DR. CHAKRA BORTY (KERALA)
      DR. O. P. AGARWA (INDORE)

								
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