Publications

Link to ORCID Profile: http://orcid.org/0000-0001-9931-5288
Google Scholar Profile: http://alturl.com/2yufd

 

Clinical cardiovascular research:

Pavithran P, Prakash ES, Madanmohan, Dutta TK. Effect of antihypertensive drug therapy on short-term heart rate variability in newly diagnosed essential hypertension. Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology 2009; [Pubmed]

Prakash ES and Fink GD. Could hypertension possibly be adaptive? Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology 2009; [Pubmed]

Madanmohan, Mahadevan SK, Balakrishnan S, Gopalakrishnan M, and Prakash ES. Effect of six weeks yoga training on weight loss following step test, respiratory pressures, handgrip strength and handgrip endurance in young healthy subjects. Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 2008; 52: 164-170. Free full text

Prakash ES and Pavithran P. A novel tilt table testing protocol for investigating patients suspected to have neurally mediated syncope. International Journal of Cardiology 2007; 121: 315-316; Full text, Full text

Senthilvelou M, Purushothaman P, Krishna R, and Prakash ES. Gender differences in vasoconstrictor reserve. Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 2006; 50: 316-318; Full text

Prakash ES, Ravindra PN, Madanmohan, Anilkumar R, and Balachander J. Effect of deep breathing at six breaths per minute on frequency of premature ventricular complexes. International Journal of Cardiology 111: 450-452, 2006; Full text

Ravisankar P, Madanmohan, Udupa K, and Prakash ES. Correlation between body mass index and blood pressure indices, handgrip strength, and handgrip endurance in healthy adolescents. Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 49: 455-461, 2005; http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16579400; Free full text

Prakash ES, Madanmohan, Sethuraman KR, and Narayan SK. Cardiovascular autonomic regulation in subjects with normal blood pressure, high normal blood pressure and recent-onset hypertension. Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology 32: 488– 494, 2005; Pubmed

Madanmohan, Prakash ES, and Bhavanani AB. Correlation between short-term heart rate variability indices and heart rate, blood pressure indices, pressor reactivity to isometric handgrip in healthy young male subjects. Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 49 (2): 132–138, 2005; http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16170980; Free full text

Madanmohan, Bhavanani AB, Prakash ES, Kamath MG, and Amudhan J. Effect of six weeks of shavasan training on spectral measures of short-term heart rate variability in young healthy volunteers [Letter to the editor]. Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 48 (3): 370–373, 2004; Free full text

Prakash ES, Madanmohan, Narayan SK, Prashanth U, Kamath MG, Udupa K, Sethuraman KR, Srinivasan S, and Kumar RA. Tilt table testing in the diagnostic evaluation of presyncope and syncope: a case-series report. Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 48 (2): 213–218, 2004; http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15521561; Free full text

 

Physiology, Pathophysiology and Medical Education:

Prakash E.  Understanding Baroreflex Regulation of Blood Pressure from a Patient with Autonomic Failure. MedEdPORTAL Publications; 2015.  [Full text]

Prakash ES.  Problem Solving Exercises in Gastrointestinal Physiology and Pathophysiology. Life Science Teaching Resource Community, 2014. [Full text]

Prakash ES. Problem Solving Exercises in Cardiovascular Physiology and Pathophysiology. Life Science Teaching Resource Community, 2014. [Full text]

Prakash ES. How not to do things. The Clinical Teacher 2013; [Link]

Prakash E. Using the term essential hypertension. The Clinical Teacher 2012; [Link]

Prakash ES. The importance of testing students’ knowledge of what is least likely. Academic Medicine 2012; [Link]

Prakash ES. Understanding the impact of arterial stenosis on blood flow through a tissue. Advances in Physiology Education 2015. [PubMed] [Full text]

Prakash ES, Narayan KA, Sethuraman KR. Student perceptions regarding the usefulness of explicit discussion of “Structure of the Observed Learning Outcome” taxonomy. Advances in Physiology Education 34: 145-149, 2010; Free Full Text

Prakash ES. Explicit constructivism: a missing link in ineffective lectures? Advances in Physiology Education 34: 93-96, 2010; [Free Full Text]

Prakash ES. To give or not to give lecture slides to students before I deliver the lecture? Medical Physiology Online 2010 [Free Full Text]

Prakash ES. What is the difference between tetanus and tetany? Medical Physiology Online 2008; Free full text

Prakash ES. The ultimate goal in neural regulation of cardiovascular function revisited. Advances in Physiology Education 32: 107-108, 2008; Free full text

Prakash ES. The perfect teacher and the story of his zero defects project. Advances in Physiology Education 2007, 31: 373, Free full text

Tarmalinggam Y and Prakash ES. How does conjugated bilirubin appear in blood stream? Advances in Physiology Education 31: 370–371, 2007, Free full text

Balakrishnan S, Gopalakrishnan M, Alagesan M and Prakash ES. What is the ultimate goal in acid-base regulation? Advances in Physiology Education 31: 51–54, 2007; Free full text

Prakash ES. How to be a bad teacher? Advances in Physiology Education 29: 182, 2005; Free full text

Prakash ES and Madanmohan. How to tell heart rate from an ECG? Advances in Physiology Education 29: 57, 2005; Free full text

Prakash ES and Madanmohan. What does one mean by arterial blood oxygenation? Advances in Physiology Education 30: 46–47, 2006; Free full text

Aishwarya K, Rachana K, and Prakash ES. Futile cycling in physiological control systems: a price paid for fine control. Advances in Physiology Education 29: 132–135, 2005; Free full text

Prakash ES and Madanmohan. When the heart is stopped for good: hypotension–bradycardia paradox revisited. Advances in Physiology Education 29: 15–20, 2005; Free full text

Prakash ES, Madanmohan, and Pal GK. What is the ultimate goal in neural regulation of cardiovascular function? Advances in Physiology Education 28: 100–101, 2004; Free full text

 

Letters:

Prakash ES. What is the best definition of the term “hyperventilation”? [Letter] Advances in Physiology Education 2015 [PubMed] [Full text]

Prakash ES. Hemodilution is a mechanism of anemia in patients with heart failure.  European Journal of Heart Failure 2013; [Link]

Prakash ES. ‘Sympathovagal balance from heart rate variability: an obituary’, but what is sympathovagal balance? Experimental Physiology 2012 [Link]

Prakash ES. Letter by Prakash regarding article “Impaired heart rate recovery and chronotropic incompetence in patients with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction” Circulation Heart Failure 2010; 3; e1; [Full text]

Prakash ES and Sethuraman KR. Letter regarding the article ‘Cold-activated brown adipose tissue in healthy humans’ by Lichtenbelt et al. Medical Physiology Online 2009; [Free full text]

Prakash ES. When noradrenergic restraint of cerebral blood flow makes homeostatic sense. Journal of Applied Physiology 2008; 105: 1369-1373, Full text

Prakash ES. Is the use of hypertonic mannitol appropriate in the management of intracerebral hemorrhage? Stroke 2008;39:e85, Full text

Prakash ES. Drawbacks in using hypercapnic acidosis in preoperative children with single ventricle physiology. Journal of Applied Physiology 2008; Free full text

Marconi C, Marzorati M, Cerretelli P, Shephard RJ, Prakash ES, Grassi B et al. Response to Cardiac denervation does / does not play a role in exercise limitation after heart transplantation. Journal of Applied Physiology 104: 565-567, 2008; Free full text

Prakash ES. Is there anybody without a potential conflict of interest? [A reader responds to “By financial disclosures, we’re fixing the wrong problem”] Medscape General Medicine Nov 2007; Full text

Prakash ES. Open peer review of manuscripts submitted to journals for publication: the only way of setting the record of contribution to science straight enough. Medical Education Online [serial online] 2007; 11. Free full text

Prakash ES. ‘Aldosterone escape’ or refractory hyperaldosteronism? Medscape General Medicine 2005; 7(3); Free full text

Prakash ES and Madanmohan. What causes the acute blood pressure elevation in stroke? Stroke 2005; 36: 2066; Full text

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