Profile: Dr. Komaldeep Kaur Bedi is associated with Paras Hospitals, Panchkula as Senior Consultant- Ophthalmology. She has completed her MS – Ophthalmology from Government Medical College, Amritsar. She comes with vast experience of over 19 years and her clinical areas of interest are cataract, glaucoma and oculoplastics.
- Jr. consultant – Ophthalmologist, Guru Nanak Eye Hospital, Sohana, Mohali
- Fellow – Anterior segment, Aravind Eye Hospital
- Consultant – Ophthalmologist, Mata Kaulan Charitable Hospital, Amritsar
- Consultant – Ophthalmologist, Anterior Segment, Giridhar Eye Institute, Kochi
- Consultant – Ophthalmologist, Grewal Eye Institute, Chandigarh
- Sr. Consultant, Drishti Eye Hospital, Panchkula
- HOD – Ophthalmology at Healing Hospital, Chandigarh
Education and Fellowships:
- M.S. (Ophthalmology)
- Long-term Anterior Segment Fellowship
- Medical Retina
- Life member of Delhi Ophthalmological Society
- Life Member All India Ophthalmological Society
- Life Member Kerala Society of Ophthalmic Surgeons
- Life Member Glaucoma Society of India.
Research and Publications:
- Prospective comparative study of two techniques of DCR “Single flap versus Pawar Silicon implant”.
- Prospective study on “OCT Evaluation of Macular Thickness Following Uneventful Cataract Surgery, Phacoemulsificaton/SICS – A
- Pilot Study”- presented paper at annual conference of Kerala society of ophthalmic surgeons (Drishti) at Kochi in 2008.
- Video presentation on phacoemulsification in vitrectomized eyes in Drishti 2009, annual conference of KSOS.
- Video presentation on Pearls in management of Traumatic Cataract in Drishti 2010.
- Moderator for instruction course on Basics of phacoemulsification in Drishti 2010.
- Presented a paper on Primary repair of open globe injuries in August ophthalmica, 2010 at Kochi.
- Case presentation on malignant glaucoma in Dr. Noel Moniz memorial lecture.
- Published an article on Primary repair of lid and adnexal trauma in Kerala journal of ophthalmic surgeons.
- Co-author of a prospective study on the role of intracameral adrenaline in intraoperative floppy iris syndrome