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Physiology



Name & HOD : DR. Brinda Venkatraman
Email Id : hbtmcphysiology@gmail.com / brindav56@gmail.com

 

Faculty

Sr No. Name Designation
1. Dr. Brinda Venkatraman Prof & Head
2. Dr. Sunanda Kirtikar Associate Professor
3. Dr. Bhakti Kharate Associate Professor
4. Dr. Mukta Bidikar Assistant Professor
5. Dr. Sarika Puri Assistant Professor
6. Dr. Esha Angane Assistant Professor
7. Dr. Shubhangi Deshmane Tutor

2 .Sections or branches:

Hematology lab

Clinical lab

Amphibian lab

Mammalian lab

Research lab

3. Location :

Department of Physiology, 3rd Floor , College Building,Near Exit Gate.
Dept timings-   9.00 am to 4.00pm

4. Services offered: Conducting Holistic Healthcare OPD

 

5. Course offered with status of recognition (MCI/MUHS etc)
UG :- I MBBS – 150 students

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS IN THE LAST 3 YEARS

Sr.No. Name of the First Author Subject of Paper Name of Journal Date of Publication
1. Dr. Brinda Venkatraman Physiology-“A study of effect of Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) on reaction time in healthy young adults.” The Indian Practitioner, Vol67, No.3. March 2014.
Physiology-“Parasympathetic Functions Study during Different Phases of Menstrual Cycle.” International Organization of Scientific Research Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences. Vol. 14, Issue 5, May 2015 May 2015.
Physiology- “A study of Autonomic functions in patients with Iron deficiency anaemia.” International Journal of Recent trends in Science and technology, Vol. 15, Issue 2. June 2015.
Physiology-“A study of changes in Choice reaction times   (visual and auditory) in Uncomplicated Type II Diabetes Mellitus.” International Journal of Scientific Research, Vol. 5, Issue5. May 2016
Physiology-“The effect of duration of Diabetes Mellitus on Choice reaction times (Visual and auditory) in adults as a measure of Neurological Deficit.”  

 

 

 

 

Global Journal for Research analysis, Vol. 5, Issue 5.

 

 

 

 

 

May 2016
Physiology-“Comparative study of ventilator functions of cotton mill workers, Mumbai, India.” International Journal of Medical Research & Review. Vol(4) No.(10). 2016
2. Dr. Sunanda Kirtikar  

Physiology-“Inadequately managed hypertension: Does it really affect the neurocognition!

 

Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, Vol. 59 (5). November 2015
Physiology-

‘Comparison of anthropometric parameters, blood pressure changes in response to physical stress test in normotensive subjects with or without family history of hypertension.”

Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, Vol. 60 (2). 2016.
3. Dr. Bhakti Kharate Physiology-“Comparison of anthropometric measurements in normal subjects with subjects having Diabetes Mellitus & Hypertension International Journal of General Medicine & Pharmacy, Vol 4, issue3. 2014
 

Physiology-“Effect of examination stress on serum lipid levels in healthy medical students.”

 

International Journal of Scientific research,issue4, Vol3

 

 

 

2016

4.

 

Dr. Mukta P. Bidikar

 

Physiology-“Influence of deep breathing on heart rate variability in Parkinson’s diseases.” Journal of clinical and diagnostic research, Vol8(7). 2014.
Physiology- “Frequency domain analysis of heart rate variability in tension type headache: A case control study.”

 

 

International Journal of Health sciences and research 21-01-2015
Physiology-

“Time domain analysis of heart rate variability in tension type headache.”

International Journal of Health sciences and research 29-06-2015
Physiology-“A study to evaluate involvement of parasympathetic nervous system in tension type headache.”

 

Indian journal of Clinical Anatomy and physiology. April-June 2016, 3(2):205-208, April- June 2016
Physiology- “Sympathetic Nervous System Evaluation in patients with Tension- type headache.” Internal Journal of Scientific Research. Vol-6, Issue -6 June2017
5. Dr. Sarika Puri

 

Physiology-

“Cardiovascular changes due to examination stress in First Year MBBS students.”

Indian Journal of Basic & Applied Medical Research Vol. 5, Issue 3, June 2016 June 2016
 

Physiology- “Evaluation of factors leading to stress in first year MBBS students.”

 

 

International Journal of scientific Research Vol 5, Issue 8   Aug 2016 August 2016

 

6. Dr. Esha Angane  

Physiology-“Effects of Aerobic Exercise on Maximum Oxygen Uptake VO2 max in healthy adults.”

 

International Journal of Scientific Research. Vol 04:Issue5; May2015 May 2015.
Physiology-“Comparison of Peak Expiratory Flow Rate (PEFR) in Obese and Non- Obese Individuals in Age Group of 18-25 Years International Journal of Health Sciences and Research. Vol 6; Issue 5 May 2016.
Physiology-“Effects of aerobic exercise on pulmonary function tests in healthy adults.”

 

International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences. 49(6), 2016 June2016.
6. Dr. Esha Angane Physiology-“A study of changes in Choice reaction times   (visual and auditory) in Uncomplicated Type II Diabetes Mellitus.” International Journal of Scientific Research, Vol. 5, Issue5. May 2016
Physiology-“The effect of duration of Diabetes Mellitus on Choice reaction times (Visual and auditory) in adults as a measure of Neurological Deficit.” Global Journal for Research analysis, Vol. 5, Issue 5.

 

 

May 2016
7. Dr. Shubhangi Deshmane Physiology-“Correlation of Bacterospermia with primary infertility in males.”

 

JRJA- Indian Research Journal 2014

Vol(1), Series2. Issue: March 2014

March 2014
Physiology-“Comparative Study of nerve conduction velocity in normal and obese individuals.”

 

International Organization of Scientific Research (JDMS) P-ISSN: 2279-0861

Vol.15,Issue 3, Ver.II PP-54-57,

March 2016

March 2016

6. Patient care: OPD :

Started Holistic Health care OPD. Under this, we conduct yoga OPD on Tuesday and

Nutrition OPD on Mondays &Thursdays between 10am- 1pm

 

7. CME/Conferences: one CME titled “Yoga and stress- an overview” on 28/11/2017 which was attended by about 130 delegates and well appreciated. MMC had granted 2 credit hours for the same.

8. New services started in year 2017: Holistic health Care OPD started in June 2017.

9. Vision of department:

  1. To impart competency based medical education to I MBBS students

 

  1. To transform the department adequately for post graduate teaching and research activities

 

  1. Commitment to inculcate ethical values in medical students