V Madhu Sudhan Reddy

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This study is part of a FDA-sponsored project to evaluate the use and limitations of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) in assessing blood flow parameters related to medical device safety. In an interlaboratory study, fluid velocities and pressures were measured in a nozzle model to provide experimental validation for a companion round-robin CFD study. The(More)
Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is used to asses the hydrodynamic performance of a positive displacement left ventricular assist device. The computational model uses implicit large eddy simulation direct resolution of the chamber compression and modeled valve closure to reproduce the in vitro results. The computations are validated through comparisons(More)
Bauhinia variegata Linn. (Leguminosae) is commonly known as 'Kachnar' in Hindi. It is distributed almost throught India. Its powdered bark is traditionally used for tonic, astrain, ulcers. It is also useful in skin diseases. The roots are used as antidote to snake poison. The present article deals with the isolation and structural elucidation of a novel(More)
A new flavonol glycoside m.f. C29H34O16, m.p. 260-262 degrees C, [M]+ 638 (EIMS) was separated from the chloroform soluble fraction of the concentrated 80% methanolic extract of the seeds of Abrus precatorius (Linn). It was characterised as a new biologically active flavonol glycoside 7,3',5'-trimethoxy-4'-hydroxy flavone-3-O-beta-D-galactosyl-(l -->(More)
A new flavone glycoside m.f. C(30)H(36)O(15) m.p. 252-253 degrees C, [M]+ 636 (EIMS) was isolated from the acetone soluble fraction of the concentrated 95% ethanolic extract of the seeds of Bauhinia variegata (Linn). It was identified as 5-hydroxy7,3',4',5'-tetra-methoxyflavone 5-O-beta-D-xylopyranosyl-(1-->2)-alpha-L-rhamnopyranoside (1) by various colour(More)
Cavitation is known to cause blood element damage and may introduce gaseous emboli into the cerebral circulation, increasing the patient's risk of stroke. Discovering methods to reduce the intensity of cavitation induced by mechanical heart valves (MHVs) has long been an area of interest. A novel approach for analyzing MHV cavitation is presented. A wavelet(More)
BACKGROUND AND AIM OF THE STUDY Mechanical heart valves (MHVs) are known to induce cavitation during closure and rebound. Cavitation may lead to blood element damage and stable bubble formation, with the latter introducing emboli into the cranial circulation and increasing the risk of stroke. Previous research has suggested that CO2 is the primary blood gas(More)
During the past two decades, dental implants have been used extensively to achieve osseointergration for prosthetic rehabilitation of edentulism. For this, a surgical procedure is performed on patient to insert a foreign material i.e implant into the bone, after which a poorly organized woven bone is formed at the interface, thus having a relatively low(More)
Organic-aqueous liquid (phenol) extraction is one of many standard techniques to efficiently purify DNA directly from cells. The cell components naturally distribute themselves into the two fluid phases in order to minimize interaction energies of the biological components with the surrounding solvents. The membrane components and protein partition to the(More)
BACKGROUND Piper nigrum (PN) is well known for its cytotoxic and pharmacological benefits. However, there is minimal documented evidence about its cytotoxic efficacy against colorectal carcinoma. We therefore sought to procure a precisely quantitative and qualitative result, pertaining the efficacy of an ethanolic extract of PN (EEPN) against colorectal(More)
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