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Biochemistry

Department of Biochemistry

We, the team of biochemistry with dedicated faculties and hard working staff performs our daily professional duties diligently in an ambience of state-of –art infrastructure at our Department of Biochemistry and at Clinical Biochemistry Laboratory.

Integration of medical education research and patient care by joining hands with all Departments and Sister Concerns (MGMC, IGMC, ICGNC) under the umbrella of SBVU enables us to attain the zenith of excellence with utmost Curiosity, Creativity and Confidence in the process of transforming us into an Ethical, Professional, Diplomatic And Lively Human Beings, with high spirits in the long run………………………..

All the above blend of opportunities are experienced and cherished at our Department of Biochemistry SSSMCRI.

We strongly believe in and practice in Conglomerating our culture, traditional values with sophisticated knowledge and clinical skills flavoured with a humane touch.

In nutshell : “ Ours is A Family away from Family”.

Dr.BALAJI RAJAGOPALAN, M.B.B.S, MD 

PROFESSOR & HOD




PROFILE SUMMARY

Graduated M.B.B.S from Madras Medical college in 1996. Completed post graduation in M.D Biochemistry from Madras Medical College in 2001. Worked as Assistant professor in Sri Ramachandra Medical College & Research Institute, Chennai, Pondicherry Institute of Medical Sciences, Pondicherry , SRM Medical College & Hospital, Kattangulathur and Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute, Kelambakkam. Worked as Associate professor in Sri Sathya Sai Medical College & Research Institute in 2008. Currently working as Professor & HOD at Sri Sathya Sai Medical College & Research Institute. Published 27 research publications in both national and international journals. 

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Dr.UMA MAHESHWARI.K MBBS, MD                                                                                                                                                                             

PROFESSOR

 

PROFILE SUMMARY

I did my undergraduation M.B.B.S from K.A.P.Viswanatham government medical college, Trichy in 2007. I did my post graduation in M.D Biochemistry in 2009-12 from Sri Ramachandra Medical college & Research Institute. I have worked as Assistant professor in chettinad medical college & Research institute for a period of 4 years and got promoted as Associate professor in 2016. Iam was working as Associate Professor at Shri Sathya Sai Medical College & Research Institute from 2018 and got promoted to Professor in 2021. I have nine publications in both national and international journals. I have authored two copyright proposals. I have undergone training in ISO 15189:2012 for NABL Lab accreditation process.

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Dr.T.RAJINI SAMUEL MBBS, M.D 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

 

PROFILE SUMMARY

Dr.T.Rajini Samuel did MBBS(2004 - 2010 ) from Chengalpattu Government Medical College located in Chengalpattu, Tamil Nadu, India. Then he served as a duty doctor in Venkateshwara Hospitals Nandanam, Chennai for a period of 2 years (2010 - 2012). Then he finished his M.D in Biochemistry from SreeBalaji Medical College and Hospitals, Chennai in the year 2015. After that he joined as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biochemistry on 20th May 2015 at ShriSathyaSai Medical College and Research Institute, Thiruporur. He was promoted as an Associate Professor on 1st September 2020 in the same institute.He had attended a training programme for NABH for 3 days during the month of July 2017. He had published 29 research articles, 3 books and one chapter. He served as a guide for undergraduate students involved in ICMR-STS and SBV-STS Projects. His area of biomedical research is mainly in the arterial blood gas analysis and interpretation.

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DR.ASHOK V 

MBBS, MD 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, BIOCHEMISTRY

PROFILE SUMMARY

I completed my MBBS from Madurai Medical College, Madurai by the year 2009. I did my postgraduation at Sri ManakulaVinayagar Medical College, Pondicherry University (2012-2015). I got distinction in Anatomy, Microbiology &Pediatrics during my under-graduation.  I am a GOLD MEDALIST&Pondicherry University I Rank holder in MD Biochemistry.

I worked as Assistant Professor in Government Medical College, Palakkad for 3 years and in Karpagam Faculty of Medical Sciences & Research, Coimbatore for 2 years. I was a Member of MEU at Government medical college Palakkad and Member of NAAC cell in Karpagam faculty of medical sciences and Research.

My research article titled “HDL and Physical fitness - Do they go hand in hand?” Won Third Prize in VIN BIOCELESTA 2012 – All India Dissertation Competition. I am a lifetime Member of Association of Medical Biochemists of India.I have 13 research publications in national and international journals. I have completedQuality management and Internal Audit training and Revised Basic course workshop in medical education technology. My research interest includes nanotechnology, Molecular biology techniques and metabolic disorders. 

 

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DR. R. SRIPRADHA M.Sc, Ph.D                                                                                                  

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

 

PROFILE SUMMARY 

I Completed M.Sc and Ph.D in Medical Biochemistry at Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER), Puducherry. I worked as tutor at Pondicherry Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS), Mahatma Gandhi Medical College & Research Institute and currently employed as Assistant professor in Shri Sathya Sai Medical College and Research Institute. 

I have eleven indexed publications in both national and international journals. I have qualified the Tamilnadu State Eligibility Test (SET) for Lectureship in the subject Life Sciences, completed NPTEL online certification course on “Health Research Fundamentals” conducted by the National Institute of Epidemiology – Indian Council of Medical Research, Chennai and also attended training programme on Quality management systems and Internal Audit in Medical labs as per ISO15189-2012.

My areas of research interest includes obesity, diabetes, phytochemistry, endocrinology, pregnancy and alcoholic liver disease.

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DR. PADMINI PJ., MBBS, MD 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

 

PROFILE

I did my undergraduation (MBBS) from Shri Sathya Sai Medical College & Research Institute (2010 batch). I completed my Post-graduation – MD Biochemistry at  Karpagam Faculty of Medical Sciences & Research, Coimbatore. I am a proud Alumni of this prestigious Institution and Currently being the Secretary of the Alumni Association.

I am a lifetime Member of Association of Medical Biochemists of India. I have 2 Research Publications in International journals. I have completed Quality management and Internal Audit ISO 15189:2012 training. My Research Interest includes Inborn Errors of Metabolism, Laboratory Quality Management and Biomarkers of Sepsis.

 

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FACILITIES

Our Infrastructure encompasses

  1. A well furnished Students Practical Laboratory that can house 96 Students capacity simultaneously during the Practical hours along with Preparation and Store rooms.
  2. 2 spacious Demo Halls with a seating capacity of 80 Students provided with Imported Malaysian Furniture.
  3. A well aerated faculty and staff rooms; along with a Departmental office room that stations all the vital documents.
  4. Department Library: A posh executive style furnished Library Cum Seminar room that houses 100 books of national and international authors. It has all the required latest edition of biochemistry books as well as reference books related to the subjects for the need of UG students, postgraduates and faculty members. Well Wisher’s Bookbank Club: This accommodates 150 books from allied subjects which caters to the needs of students and faculties in the same place.
  5. Research Laboratory: A well equipped Research Laboratory that quenches our thirst for creativity and intellectual updates in the field of medicine through our research activities. UV SPECTROPHOTOMETER ELECTROPHORESIS APPARATUS FLAME PHOTOMETER CHROMATOGRAPHY
  6. Separate refresh/rest room for staff (male/female) and students (male/female).
  7. Enforcement of systematic and meticulous planning and execution of the effective strategies that caters to all the needy patients who require thorough biochemical investigations with the help of high-tech modern and sophisticated equipments at our Central Biochemistry Laboratory along with separate Phlebotomy room for out- patients, hospital block.

The aforementioned contents are elaborated and put into effective functioning round the clock that immensely benefits the patients, students, faculties and staff enriching the health, minds and brains in a holistic way.

INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
  • Students Practical Laboratory
  • One Research laboratory
  • Library cum seminar room
  • Two Demonstration Rooms
  • One Central Clinical Laboratory at Hospital
  • Audio Visual Aids: LCD, Clinical charts, OHP
  • Star Boards, Internet
  • Central library: Books - 750 National -2 Journals, International – 4 Journals,e-Journals -24

Academic Activities

TEACHING- LEARNING AND EVALUATION

I MBBS

  • Theory
  • Practicals
  • Viva-Voce
  • Large group teaching during lecture hours
  • Small group teaching during tutorial hours
  • Integrated Teaching (Vertical and Horizontal)
  • Problem Oriented Learning

EVALUATION

  • Ten Formative assessment tests
  • Four Internal Assessment Examinations
  • One Model Examination
  • Shri M.V. Krishnamurthy Iyer Gold Medal Examination
  • Final University Examination

B.Sc Allied Health Sciences

  • Theory
  • Practicals
  • Viva-Voce

EVALUATION

  • Three cycle tests
  • Three Internal Assessment Examinations
  • One Model Examination
  • Final University Examination

B.Sc Nursing

  • Theory classes

EVALUATION

  • Three Internal Assessment Examinations
  • One Model Examination
  • Final University Examination

Teaching and learning programs

  • First M.B.B.S., (From 2008 onwards & Integrated teaching curriculum from 2016- 2018, Competency Based New Curriculum from 2019 onwards)
  • IV Semester M.B.B.S ( Batch of 15 Students -Two Weeks Central Laboratory Clinical Postings on rotation)
  • B.Sc Allied Health Sciences (From 2015 onwards )
    • B.Sc., Medical Laboratory Technology
    • B.Sc., Optometry
    • B.Sc., Operation Theatre and Anaesthesia Technology
    • Radiology
    • Physician Assistant
  • I Year M.D., Pathology (Two weeks clinical posting)
  • Mentor-mentees Programme: 6 Mentees allotted for 1 Mentor.
  • Two Parent-teachers Association Meeting per Year.
  • SHRI M.V. KRISHNAMURTHY IYER Gold Medal Examinations
  • Bio-Debate
  • Bio-Poems/Songs
  • Bio-Role Play
  • Bio-Wall Magazines (BIO-INTEL)
  • Bio-Quiz posters

CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORY

The Clinical Biochemistry laboratory is located in the Hospital block. The equipment includes fully automated chemistry analyzer, electrochemiluminescence hormone analyzer, electrolyte analyzer based on ion- selective electrodes (ISE), arterial blood gas analyzer, Semi-automated analyzer, Nycocard for HbA1c etc. Besides carrying out routine investigations (tests), the laboratory is also actively involved in the quantitation of several diagnostically relevant analytes including hormones, tumour markers etc. All analytical measurements are subjected to strict quality check. The internal quality assurance program is facilitated by M/S Biorad USA. The external quality assessment (EQAS) is under the aegis of Clinical Biochemistry Laboratory, CMC, Vellore. Clinical Biochemistry laboratory in the hospital provides 60,000 routine tests/month and 250 special tests month. Shri Sathya Sai Mobile Hospital Project conducts Medical camps which are organized by the Biochemistry Technicians.

Programs Offered

  • MBBS
  • BSc MLT (in collaboration with Departments of Pathology & Microbiology)

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Dr.VeerendrakumarArumalla. Dose dependent impacts on the diagnostic efficacies of atherogenic lipids in adult indian smokers. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research (2011): (Suppl-2)5(7): 1352-1355, Indexed: Pub Med and Scopus.

  1. Dr.VeerendrakumarArumalla  Plasma Homocysteine and traditional risk factors in young acute myocardial infarction patients, International Journal of Applied Biology and Pharmaceutical Technology (2011) : 2(4): 54 to 57

  1. Dr.VeerendrakumarArumalla Serum high sensitivity C - reactive protein in different grades of obesity. Research Journal of Pharmaceutical Biological and Chemical Sciences (2011): 2(4) : 1041-1046 , IndexedScopus.

  1. Dr.Loganathan Siva, S.V. Mythili, P.Saikumar, JamunaraniDiabetes and Iron metabolism.International Journal of science innovations and discoveries (2012); 62-73.

  1. Imran Ahmed Siddiqi, Lakmikanth B &, Matiya, Ramarao.JLipid Indices in Type 2 DM and their association with macro and microvascular complications. Int J Med Res Health Sci.

  1. Dr.VeerendrakumarArumalla Sensitivity, Specificity and Diagnostic Efficacy of Serum Sialic Acid as a Biochemical Marker in Alcohol Abuse. British Journal of Medical Practitioners (2012); 5(2): a 517.

  1. Dr.VeerendrakumarArumalla Role of Serum Bilirubin in Coronary Artery Disease. International Journal of Medical and Health Sciences (2012); 1(2): 56-62.

  2. Dr.VeerendrakumarCRP- A target for therapy in human disease?International Journal of Biomedical and Advance Research (2012); 3(2): 77-81. 

  1. Dr.B. Laxmikanth, Evaluation of LFT and Serum Iron in Obstructive Jaundice due to Choledocholithiasis and Carcinoma Head of Pancreas. International Journal of Applied Biology and Pharmaceutical Technology (2012); 3(3): 23-26.

  1. Dr.L.Shiva, Dr.V.Senthil Kumar, Role of Iron and copper in Diabetes.  Bulletin of pharmaceutical and medical sciences, Volume 1. Issues 3; 2013.

  1. Dr.BalajiRajagopalan and Dr.VeerendrakumarRenalfunction markers and thyroid hormone status in undialyzed chronic Kidney Disease. AlAmeen J. Med Sci (2013); 6(1): 70-74 Indexed: pub Med and Scopus impact Factor Evaluation pending.

  1. Dr.Siva, S.S. Yuvaraj and Dr.BalajiRajagopalanPredictor of coronary Heart Disease in Diabetes- The Experiment (2013), 16 (2): 1112-1122, indexed index Copernicus impact factor: 0.27

  1. Dr.Siva and Dr.BalajiRajagopalanCancer: A Biochemical Perspective, IJSID (2013); 3(4) : 85-101 Indexed: Index Copernicus Impact Factor :0

  1. Dr.Siva and Dr.BalajiRajagopalanFasting Plasma glucose and HbA1C in type 1 and type 2 diabetics on comparison to healthy normal individuals. IJSID (2013); 3 (4): 1-6 :Indexed: Index Copernicus Impact Factor :0

  1. N.SwethaSerum Lactate Dehydrogenase and Lipid profile in Breast Cancer. IJPBS (2013); 3 (2): 423-432 Indexed Google Scholar Scopus and Science Central  impact factor 0.55

  1. Dr. S.S. Yuvaraj, Dr.L. Siva and Dr.BalajiRajagopalanLipid Peroxidation and Antioxidant status in Type1 and Type 2 Diabetics. IJSID (2014):4 (3): 1-9 Indexed: index Copernicus, impact factor:0

  1. N.SwethaThyroid Profile in women with secondary Amenorrhoea. IJSID (2014); 4 (1): 1-6, indexed index copernicus impact factor:0

  1. Rao. B.N, Reedy V.D, Samu P.S. Veerandarkumar. The ABO blood group distribution and pulmonary tuberculosis IP JCDR/2012/4370:2298.

  1. N. Swetha and A. KavithaEvaluation and comparison of automated analysers on Hepatic Enzymes.  IJRMS (2014); 2(2): 595-601. Indexed index Copernicus and Scopemed impact factor: 7.38

  1. N.Swetha.Serum Electrolytes in Cerebro -Vascular Accidents. IJSR (2014); 3 (3): 7 &8. Indexed: index Copernicus impact factor: 1.40.

  1. *N.Swetha , R. Vyshnavi , P. Modagan , BalajiRajagopalan A correlative study of biochemical parameters in polycystic ovarian syndrome International Journal of Biological & Medical Research Int J Biol Med Res. 2013; 4(2) : 3148- 3154

  1. Rajini Samuel, Ilanchezian, BalajiRajagopalan .Application of Modified Henderson Equation in ABG Interpretation. Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Rev. Res., 37(2), 2016; 169-177

  2. VanajaR and MercyJJasmineAntioxidant activity of Phytoformulation I, a polyherbal formulation, on hyperlipidemicwistarrats.Biomedicine: 2016; 36(I):109-116.  

  3. Rajini Samuel, Manjula Devi, Shanthi, BalajiRajagopalan .Is red blood cell distribution width (RDW) A novel renal biomarker for diabetic complications ? Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Rev. Res., 37(2), 2016; 163-168 

  4. Suganya, ShanmugaPriya R, Rajini Samuel, BalajiRajagopalan A Study to Evaluate the Role of Bun/Creatinine Ratio as a Discriminator Factor in Azotemia Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Rev. Res., 40(1), 2016; 131-134

  5. Suganya, malligai, ShanmugaPriya, BalajiRajagopalan A Cross Sectional Study to Determine the Association Between Metabolic Syndrome and Hypothyroidism among Women Population Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Rev. Res., 40(1), 2016; 125-127

  6. ShanmugaPriya,  Malligai, Suganya, BalajiRajagopalan A Study to Determine the Association of GammaglutamylTransferase Levels in Metabolic Syndrome Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Rev. Res., 40(1), 2016; 128-130

  7. SarguruDatchinamoorthi, NaveenaRathanavel, BalajiRajagopalan and Vanaja.R Study Of Thyroid Dysfunction In Type II Diabetes MellitusIJPSR, 2016; Vol. 7(9): 3877-3880. 

  8. SarguruDatchinamoorthi, Vanaja R, BalajiRajagopalan Evaluation of Serum Electrolytes in Type II Diabetes Mellitus Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Rev. Res., 40(1), 2016; 251-253

  9. Ilanchezhian, R. Vanaja and BalajiRajagopalan, Comparative Study Of The Estimation Of LDL Cholesterol By The Direct Method And Friedewald Equation In Secondary Hyperlipidemia IJPSR.2016, 7(11):4632-4636 

  10. SarguruDatchinamoorthi, VanajaRandBalajiRajagopalan. The Study Of Serum Vitamin D Status With Insulin Resistance In Obese Adolescents  IJPSR 2016; 7(12)  : 5088-5091

  11. Ilanchezhian ,ShanmugaPriya,  Suganya and BalajiRajagopalan  A study to evaluate the renal function parameters in  preclampsiaIJPSR, 2017; Vol. 8(1): 213-216. 

  12. Ayyappan, Kalyananibehra and Ilanchezhian comparison of post prandial lipid profile  at an interval of 2 hours and 4 hours in patients of coronary heart disease IJPSR ,2017; 8(4);  1846-1849 

  13. Ilanchezhian,Suganya,Rajini Samuel, BalajiRajagopalan Albumin/Creatinine Ratio to detect Renal dysfunction in Rheumatoid Arthritis patients Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Rev. Res., 43(2),2017; 152-155

  14. Ilanchezhian,ShanmugaPriya, Rajini Samuel, BalajiRajagopalan A comparative study of blood glucose level measurement between glucometer, semi-autoanalyzer and autoanalyzer Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Rev. Res., 44(1), 2017; 36-39

  15. RajiniSamuel,Vyshnavi, Vanaja R, Ragashree, BalajiRajagopalan Graphical Analysis of Arterial Blood Gas Analysis Using Standard Base Excess, Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Rev. Res., 46(1), 2017; 223-228

  16. Ilanchezhian,Latha, Vanaja, Kavitha, BalajiRajagopalan&Karunaboopathy  Assessment of serum calcium and phosphorus level in Chronic Kidney Disease, Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Rev. Res.,  49(2), 2018;1-2

  17. Rajini Samuel, KolanatiPrudhvi,  PulluruNithin Kumar, Nurukurti Surya Sravani,  NathaniTejaswi, BakkaAlekya, BurraGovardhini,BalajiRajagopalanAssessment of Ionized Calcium Levels in Various Acid Base Disorders in ICU PatientsInt. J. Pharm. Sci. Rev. Res., 49(1),2018;  60-64   

  18. Rajini Samuel, NathaniTejaswi, PulluruNithin Kumar, KolanatiPrudhvi, Nurukurti Surya Sravani,BurraGovardhini, BakkaAlekya, BalajiRajagopalanClinical Significance of Screening for Anaemia in Diabetic PatientsInt. J. Pharm. Sci. Rev. Res., 48(2), 2018; 20-24

  19. Rajini Samuel A Graphical Tool for Arterial Blood Gas  interpretation using Standard Bicarbonate and Base ExcessIndian Journal of Medical Biochemistry 2018; 22(1); 85-89

  20. Rajini Samuel Application of standard bicarbonate/carbonic acid ratio in arterial blood gas analysis International Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Research,  2018;5(2):314 - 320   

  21. VanajaR,SarguruDatchinamoorthi, Ilanchezhian, RajiniSamuel,BalajiRajagopalan and Sridhar RV Assessment of Serum Iron, TIBC and Ferritin in patients with Cardiovascular Diseases among Rural Population, Biomedicine:2018; 38(2):225-228

  22. SaranyaManikandan, Ayappan, Ilacnchezhian, Vemulapalli, SaiMahitha Salivary pH as a diagnostic marker of Oral Health Status, Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Rev. Res., 51(1), 2018; 41-44

  23. Rajini Samuel  Formulation And Clinical Application Of Cardiac Vector Hypotheses In ECG Interpretation Using Vector Physics Principle  EJPMR, 2018,5(11), 523-536

  24. Rajini Samuel T Application and Inter-Relationship of Non-Respiratory Hydrogen Ion Concentration in Acid-Base Balance Theory International Journal of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (IJCCLM), 2018; 4(3): 1-13.

  25. Rajini Samuel A Graphical Representation For Aiding Arterial Blood Gas Interpretation Using Non-Respiratory And Respiratory pH WJPMR, 2018,4(12), 192-202

  26. Rajini Samuel T, BalajiRajagopalan, Uma Maheshwari. A novel contemporary perspective teaching method for interpretation of various acid base disorders citing with examples. International Journal of Contemporary Medical Research 2019;6(3):10-14.

  27. Rajini Samuel T, BalajiRajagopalan,  NathaniTejaswi. "Assessment of Nutritional Status among Adolescent Rural Females", International Journal of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (IJCCLM), 2019; 5(1): 17-22, 

  28. Rajini SamuelTApplication of modified bicarbonate/standard bicarbonate ratio in arterial blood gas interpretation International Journal of Scientific Research; 2019; 8(3):60-63

  29. Rajini Samuel T  "An Applied Equation Inter-Relating Stewart’s Parameter and NonRespiratory Hydrogen Ion Concentration in Arterial Blood Gas", International Journal of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (IJCCLM), 2019 ; 5(1): 23-28

  30. SarguruDatchinamurthi, Ilanchezhian.T, Vanaja, BalajiRajagopalanZebra Fish as a Cancer ModelInt. J. Pharm. Sci. Rev. Res., 2019; 54(2): 104-108   

  31. Vanaja R, Shanmugapriya, BalajiRajagopalan Versatile role of Leptin –A Review, Biomedicine. 39(1):2019, 20-24  

  32. Rajini Samuel T “Revised Graphical Tool for ABG Interpretation using Modified Bicarbonate/Standard Bicarbonate Ratio”. International Journal of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (IJCCLM), 2019; 5(3) : 19-29

  33. Rajini Samuel A Corrected Equation Interrelating Physiological, Base Excess and PhysicoChemical Metabolic Components of Arterial Blood Gas London Journal of Medical and Health Research 2019 19(1): 35-46

  34. Rajini Samuel M.D, “A Novel Graphical Contemporary Perspective ABG Interpretation”. International Journal of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (IJCCLM), 5(4): 11-17

  35. Uma Maheshwari.K, BalajiRajagopalan, RajiniSamuel.T. Variations in hematological indices in patients with thyroid dysfunction. IJCMR. 2020; 7(1):A5-A7.

  36. K.UmaMaheshwari, Rajini Samuel, BalajiRajagopalan.A study of serum copper levels and its relation to dietary intake among rural pregnant women in Chengalpattu district, Tamil Nadu. IJABR 2020; 4(1): 33-36.

  37. Uma Maheshwari.K, Ashok kumar.N, Preethi.S. Assessment of serum zinc levels among rural pregnant women in chengalpettu district, Tamil Nadu. IJCBR 2020; 7(3): 

  38. K.UmaMaheshwari, Sharon Varsha, N.Ashok Kumar. A study of serum Iron and Magnesium levels in pregnancy and its relation to dietary intake. National Journal of Laboratory Medicine. 2020 Oct, Vol-9(4): BO09-BO12

  39. Ashok V, Padmini PJ. Study of serum magnesium levels and its relation to glycemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus.Journal  of stress physiology and biochemistry 2020;16(4):102-106.

  40.  Rajini Samuel ,Chennapatnam Sindhura,  BalajiRajagopalan  A study to assess the consistency of the ABG report by Modified Henderson Equation  International Journal of Scientific Research . 2021; 10(5):39-44

  41. Rajini Samuel  Derivation, Application And Relationship of Time Constant In Ventilator Graphics Interpretation. WJAHR,2021; 5(3);223-232

  42. Rajini Samuel  Derivation, Application of Modified Derived Equations of Motion of Respiratory Mechanics in the Interpretation of Ventilator Graphics IJCCLM .2021; 7(1);20-36

ONGOING RESEARCH PROJECTS

  1. Evaluation of lipoproteins and Lp(a) in patients with PCOD and GDM among rural population.
  2. Prevalence of Hypo-osmolality in newly diagnosed pulmonary Tuberculosis patients.
  3. Diagnostic value of Serum Adenosine deaminase in Tuberculosis
  4. A Correlative study of renal parameters in adolescent obesity.
  5. A Study to determine the association between hyperuricemia, Diabetes mellitus, hyper tension and metabolic syndrome .
  6. A comparative study on lipid profile between young healthy smokers and non-smokers.
  7. A study of serum Ferritin levels in obese adolescent Smokers.
  8. Assessment Of Thyroid Status Among Young Unmarried Rural Females.
  9. Genetic Polymorphism of Thyroid receptor gene and its association with Thyroid hormone levels in patients with Hypothyroidism.
  10. The role of Pentraxin-3 in predicting mortality among critically ill patients with Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome.