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Impedance cardiography in mitral valve disease.
Parulkar G,Jindal G,Padmashree R,Haridasan G
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 1980,
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Impedance plethysmography: basic principles.
Babu J,Jindal G,Bhuta A,Parulkar G
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 1990,
Abstract: Impedance Plethysmography technique has been discussed with explanation of two compartment model and parallel conductor theory for the estimation of peripheral blood flow and stroke volume. Various methods for signal enhancement to facilitate computation of blood flow are briefly described. Source of error in the estimation of peripheral blood flow is identified and the correction has been suggested.
Technical aspects of impedance plethysmography.
Bhuta A,Babu J,Jindal G,Parulkar G
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 1990,
Abstract: This paper describes the basic methods for measurement of body impedance, electrodes and their configuration, and the measuring instrument with its limitations. A microcomputer assisted impedance plethysmograph system, developed at BARC and different lead configurations for impedance plethysmographic investigation are also described. Typical impedance plethysmographic waveforms recorded from a normal subject and measurement of their amplitude and various time intervals are illustrated.
Pentalogy of Fallot with total anomalous pulmonary venous drainage (a case report).
Khandeparkar J,Balkrishnan K,Tendolkar A,Parulkar G
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 1987,
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Complications of cardiac catheterization needing emergency surgery.
Karbhase J,Panday S,Parulkar G,Kelkar M
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 1984,
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A new electrical impedence plethysmogram : observations in peripheral arterial occlusive diseases.
Parulkar G,Padmashree R,Bapat R,Rege R
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 1981,
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Post-operative changes in levels of LD, LD-T CK and CK-MB in patients undergoing open heart surgery.
Mehendale S,Taskar S,Bhatt M,Parulkar G
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 1986,
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Acute herniation of the heart following pneumonectomy
Chaukar A,Swarup A,Mandke N,Parulkar G
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 1977,
Abstract: This is a case report of acute herniation of heart following right pneumonectomy done for bronchiectasis. The clinical picture, diagnostic criteria and treatment o f this acute life threatening condition is described. Early diagnosis and prompt correction, as done in this case, yields rewarding result.
Heparin rebound : A cause of bleeding following open heart surgery
Purandare S,Parulkar G,Panday S,Bhattacharya S
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 1979,
Abstract: Fifty patients undergoing open-heart surgery were studied. Twelve patients showed heparin rebound phenomenon in the post-perfusion period and was one of the important factors responsible for bleeding after open-heart surgery. The clotting time came back to normal in all the cases after administration of extra pro-tamine.
Fungal endocarditis after cardiac valve replacement
Kinare Suman,Chaukar A,Panday S,Parulkar G
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 1978,
Abstract: Fungal endocarditis developed in 15 cases out of 205 in whom cardiac valves were replaced during the years 1969-75. Bacterial and fungal infections co-existed in 3 cases. Pure bacterial endo-carditis was seen only in one case during this period. Fungal endo-carditis was not observed following any other type of open or closed heart surgery. Clinicopathologic features of these cases are briefly described. Paucity of clinical signs and symptoms make early diagnosis difficult. The diagnosis of fungal infection was essentially histological. It was corroborated by culture in 3 cases. In 6 cases candida was responsible while in others either Aspergillus or Penicillium was responsible. In 11 out of 15 cases, endocarditis supervened in the early post-operative period stressing the need for vigilance.
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