Narayan Raju

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Electrolytic ablation is a method that operates by delivering low magnitude direct current to the target region over long periods of time, generating electrolytic products that destroy cells. This study was designed to explore the hypothesis stating that electrolytic ablation can be made more effective when the electrolysis-producing electric charges are(More)
A synergistic combination of electroporation and electrolysis (SEE) has been found with distinct advantages over tissue ablation by electrolysis or electroporation alone. Minimally invasive tissue ablation by electrolysis uses a low magnitude direct electric current to produce a lesion due to the creation of chemical products that result in cell death.(More)
The Indian oil sardine, Sardinella longiceps, is an important pelagic species in Indian waters, and shows divergent morphology while in sympatry. The reasons behind this divergent morphology were investigated using morphometric, genetic and nutritional analyses. Twenty-one morphometric characters (as percentage of standard length) and eight meristic(More)
We have developed software for an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) to be used by oncologists and researchers. It has rapid, structured data entry, visualization of clinical information and a searchable data base. Interactive, rules-based forms were designed for structured data entry. The web-based forms have been customized for the clinical staff who enter(More)
AIMS We report the use of a novel endovascular approach using chemical neurolysis, via periadventitial injection of dehydrated ethanol (EtOH) to perform renal artery denervation. METHODS AND RESULTS A novel, three-needle delivery device was introduced into the renal arteries of adult swine using fluoroscopic guidance. EtOH was injected bilaterally with(More)
We report results from an acute, single case study in the pig liver on the effects of a tissue ablation protocol (we named cryoelectrolysis) in which 10 min of cryosurgery, with a commercial cryosurgical probe, are delivered after 10 min of electrolysis generated by a current of about 60 mA. The histological appearance of tissue treated with(More)
Background & Objective: Left bundle branch (LBBB) is common ECG finding. Common causes of LBBB are coronary artery disease (CAD), dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) and hypertension. The objectives of this study were to determine presenting symptoms, risk factors, echocardiography and angiographic findings in patients with Left bundle branch block (LBBB), who(More)
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