Sreekumaran Nair

Bhushan Patwardhan3
Paturu Kondaiah3
Jayakrishna Nayak3
Kumarasamy Thangaraj3
3Bhushan Patwardhan
3Paturu Kondaiah
3Jayakrishna Nayak
3Kumarasamy Thangaraj
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BACKGROUND Constitutional type of an individual or prakriti is the basic clinical denominator in Ayurveda, which defines physical, physiological, and psychological traits of an individual and is the template for individualized diet, lifestyle counseling, and treatment. The large number of phenotype description by prakriti determination is based on the(More)
DNA methylation and its perturbations are an established attribute to a wide spectrum of phenotypic variations and disease conditions. Indian traditional system practices personalized medicine through indigenous concept of distinctly descriptive physiological, psychological and anatomical features known as prakriti. Here we attempted to establish DNA(More)
BACKGROUND Early recognition of mental health problems gives an individual the opportunity for better long-term outcomes if intervention is initiated early. Mental health literacy is a related concept which is increasingly seen as an important measure of the awareness and knowledge of mental health disorders. AIM AND OBJECTIVES This study aimed at(More)
  • Periyasamy Govindaraj, Sheikh Nizamuddin, Anugula Sharath, Vuskamalla Jyothi, Harish Rotti, Ritu Raval +16 others
  • 2015
The practice of Ayurveda, the traditional medicine of India, is based on the concept of three major constitutional types (Vata, Pitta and Kapha) defined as "Prakriti". To the best of our knowledge, no study has convincingly correlated genomic variations with the classification of Prakriti. In the present study, we performed genome-wide SNP (single(More)
The Critical to Quality factors in education has been a matter of debate discussions and amendments for a long time now. Owing to the dynamic market changes the definition of quality in academia has gone through magnanimous changes. Analogous to this industry is the service sector which also seeks definitions for quality and the methods and practices to(More)
BACKGROUND Recent information on psychiatric morbidity in industrial employees is not available in India. Such information may help in building mental health care for this population. AIM The aim was to study the prevalence of psychiatric morbidity and the risk factors associated with it in an industrial population. MATERIALS AND METHODS Two hundred(More)
The percentage of decrement in torque and the number of serial contractions are mutually exclusive methodological controls in the study of muscular fatigue. This paper examines the feasibility of using the LaGrange polynomial in the analysis of voluntary muscular fatigue patterns. Twenty-one men (ages 20-60 years) reported to the orthopedic biomechanics(More)
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