Rathnavel Rajagopal

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BACKGROUND In the emergency management of patients with pelvic fractures, there is ongoing debate about the roles of angiography and open pelvic packing. It is agreed that some form of haemorrhage control is required for patients who are haemo-dynamically unstable despite resuscitation. We set out to determine whether on-call general and orthopaedic(More)
A longitudinal study on malaria transmission was conducted from January 1984 to December 1988 in three villages in Boko PHC of Assam, where indoor residual DDT spray was withdrawn during the period of study. Anopheline fauna comprising of 19 species was identified and their seasonal density estimated. Anopheles philippinensis was the predominant species(More)
A longitudinal study on malaria transmission was conducted from January 1983 to December 1988 in two villages of Dimapur PHC in Nagaland. A diverse anopheline fauna comprising of 23 species was identified including three species viz. An. aitkeni, An. bengalensis and An. insulaeflorum which were observed in larval stages only. An. vagus was the predominant(More)
Compared to other antipsychotics quetiapine has been reported to be relatively safer in overdose. We report a case with paranoid schizophrenia who attempted suicide with 1400 mg of quetiapine and manifested drowsiness, supraventricular tachycardia (167/minute) and minimal ST depression in leads V1 to V6 on ECG; all other physiological parameters were(More)
Knowledge discovery in the form of prototypical cases using advanced data mining techniques Rathnavel Rajagopal Chair of the Supervisory Committee: Asst. Professor Isabelle Bichindaritz Computing and software systems This thesis applies advanced data mining techniques to obtain structured and abstract knowledge structures (or prototypical cases) from(More)