Bimal Panda

Bimal Panda
Institute of Medical Sciences,Banaras Hindu University · Biophysics

M.D. Biophysics

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February 2013 - January 2015
Banaras Hindu University
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  • Professor and Head of the Department

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Taila bindu pariksha is an ancient technique described in medieval Ayurvedic texts by which prognosis of disease can be predicted. For revival of this ancient technique efforts have been made and procedure of Taila bindu pariksha has been standardized but till date reference range in healthy and diseased condition has not been established. For esta...
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Taila bindu pariksha, a method of urine examination for prognosis of diseases has been described in of Ayurvedic texts of medieval period. In this test oil is dropped on urine surface and on basis of shape, direction and spread time of oil drop prognosis of disease is predicted. Details of observations of this test in patients have been mentioned i...
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Taila Bindu Pariksha, an ancient method of urine examination for ascertaining the prognosis of diseases, was very popular in the medieval period, the use of which became obsolete after 17(th) Century AD. Technique of this test is very crude and there are chances of variations in the observations. To revive this technique, it is necessary that the m...
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The low (1.2 mg/kg) and high (2.4 mg/kg) therapeutic dose of adriblastina, dissolved in 0.04 ml of distilled water was injected into the chick embryo at different duration of the incubation. The control chick embryo received equal volume of distilled water at the same duration. All groups of embryo were collected on day 19 of gestation. The treated...
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To study the serum Ig E levels in patients presenting with wheezing under the age of 24 months. The study was conducted on 38 cases and 35 controls. The children presenting with first attack of wheezing were clinically considered as bronchiolitis and those with recurrent attacks with positive history of atopy in the patient or in their first degree...
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Serum enzymic antioxidants were estimated spectrophotometrically in 25 normal cases, 25 diabetic cases without retinopathy, and 25 diabetic cases with retinopathy. Superoxide dismutase levels were significantly augmented in both groups of diabetic patients as compared with the control group. By contrast, the catalase activity was significantly atte...
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The differences in the distribution pattern of muscle fiber types between short-, middle-, and long-distance runners are well known. Since slow- and fast-twitch muscle fibers have different oxidative and glycolytic activities, lactate and pyruvate blood concentrations are expected to behave differently in athletes training in different sports disci...
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The participants of inter-university "Kabaddi" competition showed higher values of height, weight and surface area than average Indian population, indicating better attainment of growth in them. Further, the values of respiratory efficiency tests like, FEV1, MEFR and PEFR were also observed to be more in these players, probably due to training effe...
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National Cadet Corps (N.C.C.) were tested for assessing their physical efficiency level with special reference to respiratory performances. The height and weight of the cadets from hilly and plain areas were noted to be similar indicating alike attainment of growth. The mean values of all pulmonary function tests (FVC, IC, ERV+TV, FEV1, MEFR) excep...
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The participants of Basketball in the Inter-University competition were tested for assessing the physical efficiency level with special reference to respiratory and strength performances. The simple anthropometric measurements like height and weight of these subjects were noted to be higher than those of average healthy nonathlete populations of In...

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Standardization of Taila Bindu Pariksha Scientific validation of Taila Bindu Pariksha Automation of Taila Bindu Pariksha to have reference value of the parameters in healthy individuals To compare the features of Taila Bindu Pariksha with prognostic scales of various diseases mentioned in contemporary medical sciences