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Articles by P. Sampath Kumar
Total Records ( 2 ) for P. Sampath Kumar
  A. Vijaya Anand , M. Chandrasekharan , S. Kalavathy , K. Uma , M.P. Saravanan , A. Mohamed Saleem Gani , K. Vijaya Kumar , R. Senthil and P. Sampath Kumar
  The present study was designed to determine the effects of atorvastatin on C-Reactive Protein (CRP) and lipid profile in patients with stroke, since their anti-inflammatory properties have been investigated recently. Ninety five patients with or without stroke were recruited for the study, of which 60 belongs to control (untreated) and 35 were test group (treated) and received daily with 10 mg day-1 of atorvastatin. The patients were followed for over a period of 3 months. For entire study population, CRP along with lipid profile, Serum Glutamic Oxaloacetic Transaminase (SGOT) and Serum Glutamic Pyruvic Transaminase (SGPT) were measured 1st day and at the end of 3rd month of the treatment. Treatment with atorvastatin decreases both inflammatory activity and atherogenic lipoproteins. The results of this study will provide important information on how to maximize the therapeutic benefits of atorvastatin in a broader range of patients at risk for cerebrovascular morbidity and mortality.
  G. Iyyapparajanarasimapallavan , P. Sampath Kumar , C. Prasanna Kumar , K.C.A. Jalal , B.Y. Kamaruzzaman and B. Akbar John
  The distribution and abundance of the gelatinous zooplankton namely hydromedusae, scyphomedusae, siphonophore, ctenophore, salps, doliolids, appendicularians and chaetognaths were investigated in two seasons at seven stations in East Tamil Nadu coast, India. The occurrences of gelatinous zooplankton were observed to be more in summer than in winter. However, the composition of different species in each group varied from all the stations and seasons. Apart from the individual variation in seasonal distribution, most of the species appeared to be cosmopolitan in the Indian waters. A total of 34 species from summer and 17 species from winter were recorded during the present study. The hydromedusae were dominant in both the seasons of the study period. Ephyrae of the scyphomedusae were also noticed in both the seasons.
 
 
 
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