Community Medicine

The Department of Community Medicine is one of the Para-clinical Departments of Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS), a private medical college recognized by the Medical Council of India, New Delhi and is affiliated to the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore, Karnataka State, India. It was established on 1st April, 1981. The objective of this Department is to provide a high quality training in Community Medicine to the under graduate medical students enrolled for MBBS (basic medical degree) and post graduate medical students enrolled for MD (Community Medicine). The other activities of the Department are to conduct basic research, conduct training programs and to provide promotive, preventive and curative health services to the community, for the health and welfare of the people.
The department is headed by a Professor who reports to the Principal of KIMS. The department consists of both teaching and non-teaching staff as stipulated by the Medical Council of India. It is governed by the Governing Council of KIMS College run by the Vokkaligara Sangha, a registered Society established for the welfare of the Vokkaliga Community.
Postgraduate course in Community Medicine was started in the year 1993. This is a comprehensive, full time, 3 year training course leading on to the award of MD degree in Community Medicine. This MD course is recognized by Medical Council of India. Currently this degree is awarded by Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences.

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Facilities have been provided according to MCI requirements. Provision for under graduate teaching includes lecture hall which accommodate 150 students, demonstration rooms, research laboratory, seminar hall for post graduate teaching , practical hall, staff rooms, PG room & boys & girls lounge. Museum has been developed to provide information relating to community medicine as well as show casing the activities of the department till date. Department Library contains a collection of text books of community medicine, journals, periodicals, health magazine etc. The Department runs Rural Health Training Center (RHTC) and Urban Health Training Center (UHTC) as stipulated by Medical Council of India. The Department also runs Preventive Medicine Unit (PMU) at KIMS Hospital & Research center which has Anti rabies clinic (ARC), Allergy clinic & Adult immunization clinic.

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Name

Designation

Degree

E-Mail

PHOTOS

1     Dr. N R Ramesh Masthi     Prof & HOD

MD, DIH

    ramesh.masthi@gmail.com
2     Dr. D H AshwathNarayana     Professor & Medical Superintendent

MD, DIH, DHM

    dhashwathnarayana@gmail.com
3     Dr. Sanjay T V     Professor

MD, DGM

    drsanjaytv@gmail.com
4     Dr.Ravish H S     Professor

MD

    drravishhs@rediffmail.com
5     Dr. Jayanthi Srikanth     Associate Professor

MD, DMCH

    jaysrikanth67@gmail.com
6     Dr. GiriyannaGowda     Associate Professor

MD, DAA

    giriyannagowda@gmail.com
7     Dr. Chethana R     Associate Professor

MD, DHM

    buntychethana@gmail.com
8     Dr. Anwith H S     Assistant Professor

MD, DNB

    anwith2006@gmail.com
9     Dr.Seema K S     Assistant Professor

MD

    drseemaks2012@gmail.com
9     Mrs.Aparna     Tutor

MSc Statistics

    aparnastats1@gmail.com

Urban Health Training Centre (UHTC), Yarabnagar

            The Department of Community Medicine runs the Urban Health Training Centre (UHTC) from 2005. The UHTC is situated in Yarabnagar, about 2 kms from the KIMS college. The UHTC has an Out Patient Department (OPD) which functions every day. The OPD caters to the health care needs of the urban poor & slum dwellers of UHTC field practice area. This has facilities for patient examination and basic laboratory investigations. The UHTC has a well equipped AV aids training hall with white board, Over Head Projector. This is used for undergraduate, interns and post graduate training.  The diagnosis and treatment of patients is free including distribution of drugs. Staffs, post graduates & Interns are posted by rotation to the UHTC.

Rural Health Training Centre, Hosabyrohalli

            The department of Community Medicine runs the Rural Health Training Centre (RHTC) and was established in the year 1983. The RHTC is situated about 18 KMs from Bangalore near Kengeri. The RHTC has an Out Patient Department (OPD) which functions every day. The OPD caters to the health care needs of the population of  RHTC field practice area. This has facilities for patient examination, conducting minor surgical procedures and basic laboratory investigations. The diagnosis and treatment of patients is free including distribution of drugs.   The RHTC has a well equipped AV aids training hall  with white board,  Over Head Projector, TV, VCR, LCD projector & computer along with a printer and power supply back up by UPS. This is used extensively for undergraduate, Interns and post graduate training.  The RHTC runs a mess used by staff, PGs and Interns. Staffs, Post Graduate & Interns are posted by rotation in the RHTC. The RHTC has hostel facilities separately for male and female postgraduates & Interns.

Preventive Medicine Unit (PMU), KIMS Hospital & Research Centre

  1. Allergy clinic: Diagnostic procedures such as Modified Skin prick test & Patch test are conducted for preventable allergy like Naso bronchial allergy & skin allergy. Therapeutic procedures followed are Conventional Immunotherapy, Rush Immunotherapy, Sublingual Swallow Immunotherapy & Pharmacotherapy.
  2. Anti rabies clinic: Rabies vaccination & Immunoglobulins (anti-rabies serum) administration facility provided 24x7 for animal bite victims. Hands on training for medical & nursing professionals provided on intradermal rabies vaccination & RIG administration. The clinic also provides Rabies Epidemiology & Information Center. Besides, many phase 2, 3 & 4 vaccine trials are conducted from 1993.
  3. Training of Medical Officers in HIV/ AIDS prevention - KSAPS
  4. School Health Services

Dr. N R Ramesh Masthi

  1. Chaitra KM, Ballal S, Masthi NRR, Ashwath Narayana DH, Yashodha HT, Kumar M, et al. (2021) Rabies encephalitis in a preschool child following postexposure prophylaxis. PLoS Negl Trop Dis 15(2): e0009045. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0009045
  2. N R Ramesh Masthi, Divya Bharathi G, Pruthvi SG, Munish Mudgal, Shivakumar S, T V Sanjay, GiriyannaGowda. A community based serosurvey for SARS-CoV2 among population in an assembly constituencyof urban Bangalore, Karnataka. RGUHS National Journal of Public Health 2021;6(2):31-34.
  3. Ramesh M, Sowmyashree U. Awareness of COVID 19 vaccine in a Rural Area near Bangalore, Karnataka. Natl J Community Med 2021;12(3):72-75. DOI: 10.5455/njcm.20210322010212
  4. Ajay Hegde,Ramesh Masthi. Digital Contact tracing in the COVID-19 Pandemic: A tool far from reality. Digital Health.2020;6:1-3.
  5. Hegde A, Masthi R and Krishnappa D (2020) Hyperlocal Postcode Based Crowdsourced Surveillance Systems in the COVID-19 Pandemic Response. Front. Public Health 8:286. doi: 10.3389/fpubh.2020.00286
  6. Sushma Sharma,Arun Sasidharan, Vrinda Marigowda,Mohini Vijay, Sumit Sharma,Chetan Satyajit Mukundan,Lakshmi Pandit , N.R.Ramesh Masthi.Indian classical music with incremental variation in tempo and octave promotes better anxiety reduction and controlled mind wandering—A randomised controlled EEG study. EXPLORE xxx (xxxx) 1–7. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.explore.2020.02.013 .
  7. Ramesh Masthi Nugehally Raju ,Manasa Avverahally Ravi. Substance use among young adults in professional degree colleges of urban Bengaluru. Indian J Comm Health.2020;32(3):574-578
  8. Deepthi R, Masthi NRR, Nirmala CJ, Manjula R, Vinothkumar S. Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) – Prerequisites, Rationale and Challenges during COVID 19 Pandemic. Indian J Community Health;2020.32(2 (Supp):196 -205.
  9. Aggarwal S, Masthi NRR, Rashmi A. COVID-19 Quarantine and the way forward. Indian J Comm Health. 2020;32(2-Special Issue):261-263.
  10. Masthi NRR, Jahan A. Junk Food Addiction Across Generations in Urban Karnataka, India. J Commun Dis 2020; 52(1): 65-71
  11. Ramesh Masthi NR, Sanjay TV ,Afraz Jahan, Thenambigai R, Nitu Kumari, Sweta Balappa Athani.Rabies Case of a Young Adult Male From A Village Near Bellary District, Karnataka.APCRI Journal.2020
  12. N. R. Ramesh Masthi ,Afraz Jahan. Spatial mapping of Measles Rubella campaign in a rural area near Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. International Journal of Tropical Disease & Health 2019. 40(3): 1-9. https://doi.org/10.9734/ijtdh/2019/v40i330227
  13. Masthi NR, Manasa AR. An exploratory study on violence among the college students in Urban Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. Indian J Public Health 2019;63:380‑2.
  14. Masthi NRR, Bharath G, Jahan A. Traffic and Health among Commuters in Urban Bengaluru, Karnataka, India - An Exploratory Study. Epidem Int 2019; 4(3): 27-33.
  15. Ramesh Masthi N R, Pradeep B S, Gangaboraiah. A multicentric community survey on animal exposures among humans in India. Indian Journal of Public Health 2019;63 : S9-14.
  16. Ramesh Masthi N R, Sanjay TV,Pradeep BS,Anwith HS. Community awareness and risk of rabies associated with exposure to animals in India. Indian Journal of Public Health. 2019;63 : S15-19.
  17. Masthi NR, Phaneendra MS, Banandur P, Pruthvi S. Substance Use and HIV among Subjects Attending Integrated Counseling and Testing Centre in South India: A Case Control Study. Natl J Community Med 2019;10(2):101-107.
  18. Masthi N.R.R, S. P. An exploratory study on rabies exposure through contact tracing in a rural area near Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. PLoS Negl Trop Dis 2018.12(8): e0006682. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0006682
  19. Ramesh Masthi N R,Manasa A R. An Exploratory study on violence in a rural area near Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. International Journal of Science Research 2018 ; 7 (12):49-52.
  20. Ramesh Masthi NR, Manasa AR, Pruthvi SG, Phaneendra MS. A cross sectional study on morbidities among sugarcane factory workers in Mandya district, Karnataka, India. RGUHS J Med Sciences,2018; 8(4):167-173.
  21. Ramesh Masthi NR, Pruthvi S, Phaneendra MS. A comparative study on social media usage and health status among students studying in pre-university colleges of urban Bengaluru. Indian J Community Med 2018;43:180-4.
  22. Sahana Vellal, Ramesh Masthi N R, Sujay Halkur Shankar. Effect of chronic marijuana use on cognition: A cross-sectional study among college students in Urban Bengaluru. RGUHS N J of Public Health2018;3(3).
  23. Anantini Pal, Sujay Halkar Shankar, N R Ramesh Masthi. Correlation of personality and mental well- being with facebook use: Does gender play a role. RGUHS N J of Public Health.2018;3(1):26-34.
  24. N R Ramesh Masthi, Afraz Jahan, Evaluation of Anti Rabies Clinics in the rural field practice area of a Medical College near Bengaluru. APCRI Journal 2018;20 (1):28-31
  25. N. R.Ramesh Masthi, Pruthvi S & Phaneendra Mallekavu. A comparative study on social media addiction between public and private high school students of Urban Bengaluru, India. ASEAN Journal of Psychiatry;18 (2), July - December 2017: 206-215.
  26. Suneela garga, ,Anita chakravartia, Ritesh singhb, NR Ramesh Masthi, Ram Chandra goyald, Guru Rajesh jammye, Enakshi gangulye, Nandini sharmaa, MM singha, Germano ferreiraf, Annick moureaug, Sujeet ojhah, Joshua nealoni, Dengue serotype-specific seroprevalence among 5- to 10-year-old children in India: a community-based cross-sectional study. Int J Infect Dis. 2017 ;54:25-30.
  27. Ramesh Masthi N R, Krishna C. Coverage evaluation survey of the pentavalent vaccine using Global Positioning System technology and Google Earth in a rural area near Bangalore. Ann Trop Med Public Health 2017;10:76-81.
  28. Sanjay Thittamaranahalli Varadappa, Yannick Poulose Puthussery, Madhusudan Muralidhar, Ramesh Masthi Nugehally Raju, Gangaboraiah Bllagumba. Depression and its associated factors among elderly patients attending rural primary health care setting. Int J Community Med Public Health 2017 ;4(2):471-476.
  29. Madhusudan M, Ramesh N R Masthi , Yannick P Puthussery, Sanjay TV. Body Fat Percentage of school age children (10-15years) using the Bioelectric Impedance Analysis technique in a rural area of Bengaluru, South India. Int J Med Sci Public Health 2017; 6(onli):1-4.
  30. Shivalingaiah AH, Ramegowda C, Masthi NRR. A study on co-morbidities and outcome based on updated definitions among tuberculosis patients registered at a tuberculosis unit, Bangalore. Int J Community Med Public Health 2017;4:1071-4.
  31. Masthi R, Iswarya. A. Comparative Study on Rabies Prophylaxis in Anti-Rabies Clinic between a Secondary and Tertiary Care Hospital in Bengaluru City. J Commun Dis 2017; 49 (2): 1-5.
  32. Ramesh Masthi NR, Madhusudan M, Gangaboraiah. Nutritional status of school age children (6-15 years) using the new WHO growth reference in a rural area of Bengaluru, South India. National Journal of Research in Community Medicine 2017; 6(2) :144-150.
  33. S P Prashanth Kumar , B G Parasuramalu , N Huliraj , Gangaboraiah , N R Ramesh Masthi , C R Srinivasa Babu. Assessing the Burden of Bronchial Asthma in Rural Adult Population of Bangalore. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development 2017;8(2): 59-64.
  34. Ramesh Masthi NR ,Manasa AR &Sanjay TV.A Clinico epidemiological study on animal bites among elderly at an anti rabies clinic in a tertiary care hospital in Bengaluru. APCRI Journal 2017;19(1):16-19.
  35. Phaneendra MS, Pruthvi S & Ramesh Masthi N R Awareness on Integrated Counseling and Testing Centre (ICTC) among Interns and postgraduates of a Medical College in Bengaluru City RGUHS J Med Sciences 2017 ;7 (2):55-58.
  36. Giriyanna Gowda, Anwith Huluvadi Shivalingaiah, Anagha Manakari Vijayeendra, Nivedita Sarkar, Chitra Nagaraj and Nugehally Raju Ramesh Masthi. Sensitization to silk allergen among workers of silk filatures in India: a comparative study. Asia Pacific Allergy 2016. Vol 6 (2);April:90-93.
  37. Ramesh Masthi N R. Technology addiction –An emerging health problem in India. RGUHS National Journal of Public Health 2016;1(3):77.
  38. Vinay Edlukudige Keshava, N R Ramesh Masthi. Knowledge and Attitude about Rabies and its prevention among Practicing Physicians in urban Bengaluru. RGUHS National Journal of Public Health 2016 ;1(3):101-106.
  39. N R Ramesh Masthi, Raaghav, M S Phaneendra, Pruthvi S. Cost analysis of rabies prophylaxis among pet dog owners in Bengaluru city. APCRI Journal, 2016:18(1):18-22.
  40. N R Ramesh Masthi1, P Vairavasolai. Estimation of animal bites using GPS and google earth in an urban low income area of Bengaluru, South India. APCRI Journal, 2016:17(2):1-5.
  41. N R Ramesh Masthi ,Shreyas cadam, sonakshi. Facebook Addiction among health university students in Bangalore. International journal of health and allied sciences. 4,(1);Jan-March,2015.
  42. Chandana Krishna, N R Ramesh Masthi. Utilization of the PHC and Sub-Centre by the community ina rural area near Bangalore, South India, NIHFW, Delhi. Health and Population: Perspectives and Issues. 2015;38 (3 & 4):169-177
  43. N R Ramesh Masthi, Madhusudan M , Yannick P Puthussery : Global Positioning System and Google Earth – An innovative tool in the investigation of an outbreak of Cholera in a village, Bangalore urban district, Karnataka. Indian J Med Res 142, November 2015; 533-537.
  44. N. R .Ramesh Masthi, & D H Aswath Narayana , Gangoboriah, Praveen Kulkarni, M K Sudarshan & M L Satyanarayana. Rabies education activities for a one health approach in a rural population of Karnataka. APCRI Journal .Volume XVII, Issue-II, July 2015; 5-8.
  45. N. R .Ramesh Masthi, M. K. Sudarshan : Understanding dynamics of animal bites and rabies prophylaxis in a rural community – An explorative study. APCRI Journal, Volume XVI, Issue-II, January 2015;9-11.
  46. N R Ramesh Masthi, Maltesh Undi Global Positioning System - A new tool for measurement of animal bites in a rural area near Bangalore, South India. Tropical Doctor. 2014 ; 44(4): 223–225.
  47. Nugehally Raju Ramesh Masthi, Doddabele Hanumanthappa Aswath Narayana , Praveen Kulkarni, Gangoboriah, Ashwin Belludi. Epidemiology and prevention of animal bite and human rabies in a rural community - One Health Experiment. Asia Pacific Journal of Tropical Diseases 2014; 4 :486-490.
  48. N. R .Ramesh Masthi, Praveen Kulkarni & D H Aswath Narayana. Incidence of animal bites/exposures and rabies: Comparison of data from reporting units and household surveys in a rural area, South India. APCRI Journal, 2014;15(1).9-13
  49. B. G. Parasuramalu, N. Huliraj, S. P. Prashanth Kumar, Gangaboraiah, N. R. Ramesh Masthi, C.R. Srinivasa Babu. Prevalence of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and its Association with Tobacco Smoking and Environmental Tobacco Smoke Exposure among Rural Population. Indian Journal of Public Health, 2014;58(1).45-49.
  50. Sanjay T Varadappa, Prashanth Kumar S Prakash, Gangaboraiah, Ramesh Masthi N Raju, Lakshmeesha Y Subbanna. Prevalence of Obesity among college students in rural area of Bangalore. National Journal of Community Medicine.14 .5(1);42-45.
  51. M K Sudarshan, D H Aswath Narayana , N. R .Ramesh Masthi, M L Satyanarayana ,Praveen Kulkarni ,S N Madhusudana, B C Ramakrishna and Gangoboriah, , &.Rural Rabies Prevention Project - A ‘One Health’ Experiment in India: An Overview International Journal of Tropical Disease & Health 2013 ; 3(2): 104-113.
  52. Praveen Kulkarni, N R Ramesh Masthi, SR Niveditha, R Suvarna The Prevalence of the Beta Thalassemia Trait among the Pregnant Women whoattended the ANC Clinic in a PHC, by using the NESTROF Test in Bangalore, Karnataka. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. 2013.;7(7): 1414-1417.
  53. Maltesh Undi, N R Ramesh Masthi. Knowledge and Practice of primary care providers,health care providers and school teachers regarding human rabies and it prevention in rural area,near Bangalore. APCRI Journal.2013;14(2):15-18.
  54. N R Ramesh Masthi, Gangaboraiah, Praveen Kulkarni. An exploratory study on Socio Economic Status Scales in a Rural and Urban setting. J Family Med Prim Care. 2013 ;2(1):69-73. doi: 10.4103/2249-4863.109952.
  55. R Vinay Kumar,N R Ramesh Masthi. Knowledge of undergraduate medical students on universal and isolation precautions : Indian Study. RGUHS J Med Sciences 2013; 3(2):78-84.
  56. Ramesh Masthi N R, Gangaboriah,Vishaka Sudarshan, Yashaswini L S. Awareness and Attitude towards Organ Donation in Bangalore RGUHS J Med Sciences 2012;2(3):138-140 .
  57. Syed Zaid, N R Ramesh Masthi. Physician Burnout: A conceptual framework for developing burnout prevention strategies in Physicians. RGUHS J Med Sciences 2012;2( 2):155-161.
  58. N R Ramesh Masthi ,D Ravi Prakash, S B Gangasagara, K S Sriprakash, B Y Ashwin, P T Ullas, S N Madhusudhana. Rabies in a blind recipient: Confusion after corneal transplantation The National Medical Journal of India 2012;25:83–4.
  59. N R Ramesh Masthi , Satish Chandra, M R Malatesh Undi,M Arvind,Yannick P Puthussery. Global Positioning System – A new tool for mapping the distribution of anemia and nutritional status of children (5-10yrs) in a rural community. Indian Journal of Medical Science, January 2012; 66(1):46-55.
  60. N R Ramesh Masthi, S G Kishore, Gangaboriah. Prevalence of domestic accidents in the rural field practice area of a medical college in Bangalore, Karnataka. Indian Journal of Public Health. 2012;56(3):235-237
  61. N R Ramesh Masthi, Yashasvini. Mobile Phone dependence among college students in Bangalore. RGUHS J Med Sciences 2012;2 (2):84-87.
  62. N R Ramesh Masthi.Matrix ranking of diseases in relation to dog bite and rabies in the rural community. APCRI Journal 2011;12(2):25-6 .
  63. B. G. Parasuramalu ,N Shakila,Ramesh N R Masthi. A study on teenage pregnant mothers attending primary health centers of Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences,Bangalore. Indian Journal of Public Health, October—December 2010;54(4): 205-208.
  64. B. G. Parasuramalu, N. Huliraj,B M Rudraprasad, S. P. Prashanth Kumar, Gangaboraiah, N. R. Ramesh Masthi. Prevalence of Bronchial asthma and its association with smoking habits among adult population in rural area. Indian Journal of Public Health.2010 ;54(3):165-168.
  65. Praveen Kukarni, N R Ramesh Masthi. Personal Hygiene and Health status of food handlers in a medical college hostel. Karnataka Journal of Community Health, 2010.
  66. N R Ramesh Masthi ,T V Sanjay. Utilization of the subcentre by the community,Bangalore rural. Karnataka Journal of Community Health,2009;1-5.
  67. Madhu K,Sriram Chowdary, Ramesh Masthi. Breast feeding practices and new born care in rural area: A descriptive cross sectional study. Indian Journal of Community Medicine 2009;34(3):243-246.
  68. N R Ramesh Masthi, Visweswaran,Girish. School immunization programme in two Primar Health Centres attached to Rural Health Training Centre, Kengeri; Health and Population: Perspectives and Issues 2008 ;31 (4 ):229-233.
  69. N R Ramesh Masthi, G Bharat, Aswini, Chitra,PPM Arul. A Clinco Epidemiological study of Tetanus Cases admitted to Epidemic Disease Hospital, Bangalore. Indian Journal of Public Health 2008;52(4) : 210-211.
  70. N R Ramesh Masthi ,Sanjeev S K,Raghunath,Rajesh,Hrish Babu,Ajay R Kaushik,Rajesh,Gangaboriah. Depression and physical morbidity among migrant and non migrant workers in a rural hamlet, India . Karnataka Journal of Community Health,2008: 24-34.
  71. Ramesh Masthi N R,Shalini S,Sushma R Prasad,Tanya Seshadri,Veena. Maternal Health Services - Utilization by postnatal women in a rural area. Karnataka Journal of Community Health, September ,2007.
  72. N R Ramesh Masthi, J R Rajesh. Usefulness of Direct Recording Scale- A new tool for growth monitoring; Indian Journal of Public Health 2007;51 (3) :195-197 .
  73. N R R Masthi,M S Rajanna, B G Parasuramalu. A study on the effectiveness of DOTS on Tuberculosis patients treated under RNTCP; Indian Journal of Public Health 2006;50(3): 55-57.
  74. N R Ramesh Masthi.No-Scalpel Vasectomy: An urban and Rural Scenario; The network, Newsletter Number 01,28,June 2009;16.

Dr. Ashwath Narayana

  1. Nandini R C ,Prakruthi A R, Dr D H Ashwath Narayana. Knowledge of Mothers Regarding Immunization. International Journal of Scientific Research. 2021; 11 (04):50-51
  2. Nandini R C ,Prakruthi A R ,Dr D H Ashwath Narayana. A Descriptive Study On Classification Of Adverse Events Following Immunization Among Infants Attending Maternaland Child Health Hospital, Bangalore. International Journal of Scientific Research. 2021; 11 (03):77-79.
  3. Chaitra KM, Ballal S, Masthi NRR, Ashwath Narayana DH, Yashodha HT, Kumar M, et al. (2021) Rabies encephalitis in a preschool child following postexposure prophylaxis. PLoSNegl Trop Dis 15(2): e0009045. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0009045
  4. Prakruthi A R ,Nandini R C ,Dr D H Ashwath Narayana. A study on antenatal morbidities In a corporation referral Hospital, Bangalore.. International Journal of Scientific Research. 2021; 11 (02):34-36.
  5. Sudarshan MK, Narayana DH. Providing evidence for effective prevention and control of rabies in India. Indian J Public Health . 2019;63, Suppl S1:1
  6. Sudarshan MK, Narayana DH. Appraisal of surveillance of human rabies and animal bites in seven states of India. Indian J Public Health 2019;63, Suppl S1:3-8.
  7. Hanumanthaiah AN, Haradanhalli RS. Assessment of procurement, distribution, availability, and utilization of rabies biologicals for postexposure prophylaxis in seven states of India. Indian J Public Health 2019;63, Suppl S1:31-6.
  8. Sudarshan MK, Narayana DH, Jayakrishnappa MB. Market mapping and landscape analysis of human rabies biologicals in India. Indian J Public Health 2019;63, Suppl S1:37-43.
  9. Sudarshan MK, Narayana DH. Background paper for developing a policy for the use of rabies biologicals and vaccination of humans in India. Indian J Public Health 2019;63, Suppl S1:51-3.
  10. Haradanhalli RS, Hanumanthaiah AN, Varadappa ST. Cost of rabies post exposure prophylaxis in different healthcare settings in six states of India. Indian J Public Health 2019;63:S44-7.
  11. DebroahNadal,MK Sudarshan .DH AshwatnNarayana,.WHO Rabies Modelling Consortium. The potential effect of improved provision of rabiespost-exposure prophylaxis in Gavi-eligible countries:a modelling study. The Lancet infection Vol 19 January 2019.
  12. AnwithHuluvadiShivalingaiah, Ravish HaradanhalliShankaraiah, Ashwath Narayana DoddabeleHanumanthaiah.Safety of new indigenous human Rabies Monoclonal Antibody (RMAb) for Post Exposure Prophylaxis.Indian Journal of Community Health 2018; 30 (3):196-201.
  13. Nithya J. Gogtay, Renuka Munshi,D. H. AshwathNarayana,B. J. Mahendra,VikasKshirsagar, BhagwatGunale, Susan Moore, Peter Cheslock, SaketThaker, SiddharthDeshpande, SunilKarande, DiptiKumbhar, H. S. Ravish, B. R. Harish, Sambhaji S. Pisal, RajeevDhere, VarshaParulekar,William C. Blackwelder, Deborah C. Molrine, and Prasad S. Kulkarni. Comparison of a Novel Human Rabies MonoclonalAntibody to Human Rabies Immunoglobulin for Post exposure Prophylaxis: A Phase 2/3, Randomized, Single-Blind, Noninferiority, Controlled Study. Clinical Infectious Diseases. 2018;66(3):387–95
  14. Manchegowda RM, Ashwath Narayana DH. Perception on Community OrientedLearning among Medical Studentsin a Medical College in Bangalore.Natl J Community Med2018; 9(8):585-588.
  15. Anwith H S, Ashwath Narayana D H, Ravish H S, Gangaboraiah, Manjunath V, Ramya M, Vairavasolai P. Knowledge and attitude on prevention of rabies among wild animal handlers working in a biological park. APCRI Journal 2017; 18 (3):22-24).
  16. Ravish H S, DH Ashwath Narayana, M K Sudarshan, Praveen G. Experience with purified chick embryo cell vaccine (Flury LEP strain) for preventing human rabies. APCRI Journal 2017; 19(2).
  17. Ravish HS, Aravind M, Ashwath Narayana DH, Yannick P, Phaneendra MS. Safety of intradermal rabies vaccine as pre-exposure prophylaxis among veterinary students. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health 2017;4 (2):396-9
  18. Ravish HS, Chandana Krishna, Ashwath Narayana DH, Pradeep Kumar DP, Iswarya S. Assessing the safety and clinical efficacy of post exposure prophylaxis following confirmed rabies exposures
  19. Ravish H S, Pradeep Kumar DP, Chandana Krishna, Ashwath Narayana DH, Iswarya S, Kulrajat Bhasin. Safety and clinical efficacy of post exposure prophylaxis in wild animal exposures. APCRI Journal 2016; 17(2): 23-26.
  20. Ravish H S, Rachana A R, Madhusudana S. N, Veena Vijayashankar, Ashwath Narayana D. H, Gangaboraiah, MalateshUndi. Safety and immunogenicity of intradermal rabies vaccination for post exposure prophylaxis. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health 2016; 3(3):692-96.
  21. Ravish H S, Rachana A R, Veena V, Ashwath Narayana D H. Compliance to anti rabies vaccination in post exposure prophylaxis. Indian Journal of Public Health 2015; 59 (1):58-60
  22. B J Mahendra, D H Ashwath Narayana, Sharad Agarkhedkar, H S Ravish, B R Harish, ShalakaAgarkhedkar, S N Madhusudana, Ashwin Belludi, Khaleel Ahmed, Rekha Jonnalagedda, Hoshang Vakil, ChiranjiwiBhusal, Ashwani Kumar Arora. Comparative Study on the Immunogenicity and Safety of a Purified Chick Embryo Cell Rabies Vaccine (PCECV) Administered According to Two Different Simulated Post Exposure Intramuscular Regimens (Zagreb versus Essen). Human Vaccines and Immunotherapeutics 2015; 11 (2):428-34.
  23. Ashwath Narayana D H , Aravind M, Madhusudana S N, Sudarshan M K, Gangaboraiah, Ravish H S, Ashwini M A. Comparison of safety and immunogenicity of 2 WHO prequalified rabies vaccines administered by one week, 4 site intra dermal regimen (4-4-4-0-0) in animal bite cases. Human Vaccines &Immunotherapeutics 2015; 11 (7):1748-53.
  24. Ramesh Masthi N R, Ashwath Narayana D H, Gangaboraiah, Praveen Kulkarni, M K Sudarshan & M L Satyanarayana. Rabies education activities for a one health approach in a rural population of Karnataka. APCRI Journal 2015; 17 (2): 5-8.
  25. Ashwath Narayana D H, Madhusudana S N, Tripathy R M, Sudarshan M K, Gangaboraiah, Ravish H S, Satapathy D M, Giriyanna Gowda, Ramesh Holla, Ashwin BY, Padhi A, Manjula S, Patel PM. Safety and immunogenicity study of a new purified chick embryo cell rabies vaccine Vaxirab-N (Pitman Moore strain) manufactured in India. Human Vaccines and Immunotherapeutics 2014; 10 (1): 2796-801.
  26. N R Ramesh Masthi, D H Ashwath Narayana, Praveen Kulkarni, Gangaboraiah, Ashwin Belludi. Epidemiology and prevention of animal bite and human rabies in a rural community- One health experiment. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Disease 2014; 4 (1): S486-490.
  27. H S Ravish, M K Sudarshan, S N Madhusudana, A R Rachana, D H Ashwath Narayana, Y B Ashwin, Gangaboraiah, V Veena. Assessing safety and immunogenicity of post exposure prophylaxis following interchangeability of rabies vaccines in humans. Human Vaccines and Immunotherapeutics 2014; 10 (5): 1354-1358.
  28. N R Ramesh Masthi, Praveen Kulkarni, D H Ashwath Narayana. Incidence of animal bites/exposures and rabies: Comparison of data from reporting units and household surveys in a rural area, South India. J of APCRI 2014; 15 (1):9-13.
  29. Hardanahalli S Ravish, Veena Vijayashankar, Shampur N Madhusudana, Mysore K Sudarshan, Doddabele H A Narayana, GangaboraiahAndanaiah, Belludi Y Ashwin, Annadani R Rachana, and Manjula Shamanna. Safety and Immunogenicity of purified chick embryo cell rabies vaccine (VaxiRab N) administered intradermally as post exposure prophylaxis. Human Vaccines &Immunotherapeutics 2014; 10 (8):2433-37.
  30. Ravish H S, Rupsa Banerjee, D H Ashwath Narayana, Rachana AR. Safety of Equine Rabies Immunoglobulin in children. APCRI Journal 2014: 16 (1); 7-9.
  31. Sathish Chandra M R, Ashwath Narayana D H, Manjunath M. A study on clinical features and cost incurred by dengue syndrome patients admitted to a tertiary care hospital. National Journal of Community Medicine 2014; 5 (3):293-95.
  32. Sangeeta Yadava , M V Manglani, D H Ashwath Narayana, S Sharma, H S Ravish, R Arora, V Bosch Castells, S Arya, and P Oster. Safety and Immunogenicity of a Quadrivalent Meningococcal Conjugate Vaccine (MenACYW-DT): A Multicenter, Open-label, Non-randomized, Phase III Clinical Trial. Indian Pediatrics 2014; 51: 451-56.
  33. M K Sudarshan, D H Ashwath Narayana, N R Ramesh Masthi, M L Satyanarayana, Praveen Kulkarni, S N Madhusudana, B C Ramakrishna, Gangaboraiah. Rural rabies prevention project - A ‘one health’ experiment in India: An overview. International Journal of Tropical disease & health 2013; 3(2):104-113.
  34. Ravish H S, Gangaboraiah, Ashwath Narayana D H, Rachana A, Veena V. Knowledge, attitude, and practice of rabies prophylaxis among physicians at Indian animal bite clinics. Asian Biomedicine 2013; 7 (2): 237-242.
  35. Sudarshan M K, Ashwath Narayana D H, Ramesh Holla. An epidemiological appraisal of effectiveness of interchangeability of rabies vaccines for post exposure prophylaxis in Bangalore city, India. Journal of APCRI 2013; 14 (2):6-9.
  36. Ravish H S, Jayanathi Srikanth, Ashwath Narayana D H, Rachana A R, Vena V, MalateshUndi. Pre-exposure prophylaxis against rabies in children: Safety of PCECV (Vaxirab-N) when administered by intradermal route. Human Vaccines and Immunotherapeutics 2013; 9 (9): 1910-13.
  37. M. K. Sudarshan, D H Ashwath Narayana, Giriyanna Gowda. A critical appraisal of usage of rabies immunoglobulin in an anti- rabies clinic in India. Journal of APCRI 2012; 13(2): 11-12.
  38. Sudarshan M K, Ashwath Narayana D H, Madhusudana S N, Ramesh Holla, Ashwin Y B, Gangaboraiah& Ravish H S. Evaluation of a one week intradermal regimen for rabies post-exposure prophylaxis: Results of a randomized, open label, active-controlled trial in healthy adult volunteers in India. Human Vaccines and Immunotherapeutics 2012; 8(8):1077-81.
  39. Ashwath Narayana D H, Ravish H S, Ramesh Holla. Clinical evaluation of safety of equine rabies immunoglobulin. Journal of APCRI 2011; 12 (2): 12-15.
  40. M. K. Sudarshan, D. H. Ashwath Narayana, H. S. Ravish. Is the skin sensitivity test required for administering equine rabies immunoglobulin?. National Medical Journal of India 2011; 24(2): 80–82.
  41. M K Sudarshan, H S Ravish, D H Ashwath Narayana. Time interval for booster vaccination following re-exposure to rabies in previously vaccinated subjects. Asian Biomedicine 2011; 5 (5): 589-593.
  42. M K Sudarshan, Gangaboraiah, H S Ravish, D H Ashwath Narayana. Assessing the relationship between antigenicity and immunogenicity of human rabies vaccines when administered by intradermal route: Results of a metaanalysis. Human Vaccines 2010; 6 (7): 562-565.
  43. B J Mahendra, S N Madhusudana, G Sampath, S S Dutta, D H Ashwath Narayana, G M Venkatesh, M K Sudarshan, Gangaboraiah, S Manjula. Immunogenicity, safety and tolerance of purified duck embryo vaccine (PDEV, Vaxirab) for rabies post exposure prophylaxis-Results of a multicentric study in India. Human Vaccines 2010; 6 (9):721-24.
  44. G Sampath, S N Madhusudana, M K Sudarshan, D H Ashwath Narayana, B J Mahendra, T P Ullas, Krishna Mohan, Santosh Kumar, H S Ravish. Immunogenicity and safety study of Indirab: A verocell based chromatographically purified verocell human rabies vaccine. Vaccine 2010; 28:4086-4090.
  45. M K Sudarshan, D H Ashwath Narayana. A survey of hospitals managing human rabies cases in India. Indian Journal of Public Health 2010; 54 (1):40-41.
  46. D. H. Ashwath Narayana, S N Madhusudana, G Sampath, D M Satapathy, Ranjit Mankeshwar, H S Ravish, P T Ullas, T R Behra, M K Sudarshan, Gangaboraiah, S Manjula. A comparative study on the safety and immunogenicity of purified duck embryo cell vaccine (PDEV, Vaxirab) with purified chick embryo cell vaccine (PCEC, Rabipur) and purified vero cell rabies vaccine (PVRV, Verorab). Vaccine 2010; 28: 148-151.
  47. M K Sudarshan, D H Ashwath Narayana. A clinical evaluation of usage of rabies Immunoglobulin. Journal of APCRI 2010; 11(2):33-34.
  48. D H Ashwath Narayana, KshManglem Singh, B J Mahendra, M K Sudarshan. Investigation of outbreak of human rabies in Manipur. Journal of APCRI 2010, 12(1):30-32.
  49. M. K. Sudarshan, S Yathiraj, D H Ashwath Narayana, Gangaboraiah, S N Madhusudana. A performance audit of animal birth control (ABC) programme in Bangalore city India. Journal of CVA 2008; July: 10-13.
  50. M. K. Sudarshan, S Bhardwaj, B J Mahendra, H Sharma, D H Ashwath Narayana, Gangaboraiah. An immunogenicity, safety and post marketing surveillance of a novel human diploid cell rabies vaccine (Rabivax®) in Indian subjects. Human vaccines 2008; 4 (4): 275-279.
  51. M. K. Sudarshan, B J Mahendra, H S Ravish, D H Ashwath Narayana, T V Sanjay, M S Anandagiri, G M Venkatesh. Assessing the clinical efficacy of post-exposure prophylaxis following confirmed rabies exposures. Journal of APCRI 2007; 9 (1):13-15.
  52. M K Sudarshan, N S Kodandaram, G M Venkatesh, B J Mahendra, D H Ashwath Narayana, B G Parasuramalu. Evaluation of a new premedication protocol for administration of equine rabies immunoglobulin in patients with hypersensitivity. Indian Journal of Public Health 2007; 51(2): 91-96.
  53. B J Mahendra, S N Madhusudana, D H Ashwath Narayana, G Sampath, S S Dutta, M K Sudarshan, G M Venkatesh, K Muhamuda, Gangaboraiah, S Manjula. A comparative study on the immunogenicity, safety and tolerance of purified duck embryo vaccine (PDEV) manufactured in India (Vaxirab) and Switzerland (Lyssavac-N): A randomized simulated post exposure study in healthy volunteers. Vaccine 2007; 25: 8405-8409.
  54. M. K. Sudarshan S N Madhusudana, B J Mahendra, D H Ashwath Narayana. Intradermal rabies vaccination in Sri Lanka: Report of a study visit. Journal of APCRI 2007; 8 (2): 9-10.
  55. B. J. Mahendra, M. K. Sudarshan, D H Ashwath Narayana, G Sampath. A study of rabies prevention and control in the Philippines. Journal of APCRI 2007; 8 (2):11-13.
  56. M. K. Sudarshan, M S Anandagiri, B J Mahendra, G M Venkatesh, T V Sanjay, D H Ashwath Narayana, H S Ravish. Assessing the safety of post-exposure rabies immunization in pregnancy. Human Vaccines 2007; 3 (3): 87-89.
  57. M. K. Sudarshan, S N Madhusudana, B J Mahendra, NSN Rao, D H Ashwath Narayana, S Abdul Rahman, F X Meslin, D Lobo, K Ravikumar, Gangaboraiah. Assessing burden of human rabies in India: Results of a National Multicentric epidemiological survey. International Journal of Infectious Diseases 2007; 11(1):29-35.
  58. M.K. Sudarshan, B J Mahendra, S N Madhusudana, S Abdul Rahman, D HAshwath Narayana. An Assessment of Rabies Free Status of the Islands of Andaman, Nicobar and Lakshadweep: Results of the WHO Sponsored National Multicentric Rabies Survey. Indian Journal of Public Health 2006; 50 (1): 11-14.
  59. M. K. Sudarshan, B J Mahendra, S N Madhusudana, D H Ashwath Narayana, S Abdul Rahman, N S N Rao, F X Meslin, Derek Lobo, K Ravikumar, Gangaboraiah. An Epidemiological Survey of Animal bites in India: Results of a National Multicentric Survey. Journal of Communicable Diseases 2006; 38 (1):32-39.
  60. M K Sudarshan, S N Madhusudana, B J Mahendra, D H Ashwath Narayana, M S Anandagiri, K Muhamuda, H S Ravish, G M Venkatesh. Boosting Effect of Purified Chick Embryo Cell Rabies Vaccine using the intradermal route in persons previously immunized by the intramuscular route or vice versa. National Medical Journal of India 2006; 19 (4):192-194.
  61. M K Sudarshan, B J Mahendra, D H Ashwath Narayana, T V Sanjay, M S Anandagiri, G M Venkatesh. Evaluation of safety and efficacy of a new indigenous equine rabies immunoglobulin. Journal of APCRI 2006; 8 (1): 13-16.
  62. S N Madhusudana, TV Sanjay, BJ Mahendra, M.K. Sudarshan, D H Ashwath Narayana, M S Anandagiri, K Muhamuda, V Ravi, H B Vakil, CladiusMalerczyk. Comparison of safety and immunogenicity of PCECV and PVRV using the Thai Red Cross ID regimen at a dose of 0.1 mL. Human Vaccines 2006; 2 (5): 200-204.
  63. S. Abdul Rahman, M K Sudarshan, B J Mahendra, S N Madhusudana, D H Ashwath Narayana. Assessing burden of rabies in India from a veterinary perspective. Results of a national multicentric epidemiological survey. Journal of Commonwealth Veterinary Association 2005: 31-36.
  64. M K Sudarshan, B J Mahendra, D H Ashwath Narayana. Introducing intra-dermal rabies vaccination in India: Rationale and action plan. Journal of APCRI 2005; 7(1&2): 20-25.
  65. M K Sudarshan, S N Madhusudana, B J Mahendra, D H Ashwath Narayana, M S Anandagiri, O. Popova, H B Vakil. Evaluation of a new five-injection, two-site, intradermal schedule for purified chick embryo cell rabies vaccine: A randomized, open-label, active-controlled trial in healthy adult volunteers in India. Current Therapeutics Research 2005; 66(4): 323-334.
  66. M. K. Sudarshan, B J Mahendra, S N Madhusudana, D H Ashwath Narayana, T V Sanjay, Gangaboraiah, M S Anandagiri. Assessing the relationship between antigenicity and immunogenicity of human rabies vaccines: Results of a Meta-analysis. Human Vaccines 2005; 1(5):187-190.
  67. M K Sudarshan et al. (2004): WHO- APCRI Sponsored “Assessing Burden of Rabies in India, A National Multicentric Survey of Rabies”, A Report, APCRI, KIMS, Bangalore.
  68. M K Sudarshan, B J Mahendra, T V Sanjay, D H Ashwath Narayana. Promoting Use of RIGS in India: A Public Health Challenge. Journal of APCRI 2003; 5 (1&2):8-10.
  69. Mahendra B J, Sanjay T V, Ashwath Narayana D H, Sudarshan M K. Rabies Immunoglobulins in Post exposure Prophylaxis -Study in 236 Patients. Journal of APCRI 2003; 5 (1&2):26-33.
  70. M K Sudarshan, B J Mahendra, D H Ashwath Narayana. A Cost-accounting Analysis of Production of Semple (Sheep brain) Vaccine in India. Journal of APCRI 2002; 4 (1&2):40-41.
  71. M K Sudarshan, B J Mahendra, S N Madhusudana, D H Ashwath Narayana. Administration of Purified Verocell Vaccine (PVRV) during Pregnancy- Results of a Controlled Clinical Trial. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology of India 2002; 52 (2): 48-52.
  72. Ashwath Narayana D H, Sudarshan M K, Rajanna M S, Prathibha M J, Ravi Kumar K L, and Gangaboraiah. A Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing the Safety and Efficacy of Single Dose Albendazole and Mebendazole on Ascaris, Hookworm, and Trichuris Infections. Indian Journal of Community Health 2001; 5(2): 35-40.
  73. M K Sudarshan, B J Mahendra, D H Ashwath Narayana A Community Survey of Dog Bites, Anti-Rabies Treatment, Rabies and Dog Population Management in Bangalore City. Journal of Communicable Diseases 2001; 3(4): 245-51.
  74. M K Sudarshan, B J Mahendra, D H Ashwath Narayana, K Rohith. A Case Series Report of Successful Post-exposure Treatment of Proven Rabid Animal Bites. Journal of APCRI 2001; 2 (1&2): 18-20.
  75. M K Sudarshan, B J Mahendra, D H Ashwath Narayana, Gangaboraiah. Clinical Trials on New Anti-rabies Vaccines, Results and Some Experiences. Journal of APCRI 2000; 1 (2):21-25.
  76. M K Sudarshan, S N Madhusudana, B J Mahendra, D H Ashwath Narayana, M Jayakumary, Gangaboraiah. Post-exposure Rabies Prophylaxis with Purified Vero cell Rabies Vaccine (PVRV) - A Study of Immune Response in Pregnant Women and their Matched Control. Indian Journal of Public Health 1999; 43(2): 76-78.

Dr. Sanjay T V

  1. Karishma Prakashsheela, Sanjay Thittamaranahalli Varadappa, Saranya Krishnappa, Deepthi Nagaraj, Soubhagya Kathali, Aparna Agire. Obesity among Women in Child-Bearing Age: A Comparison Study. AOCH 2021;9(3):1-5.
  2. Sanjay T.V, Nandhini R.C, Thejeswini P, Ramu P, Soubhgya K, Saranya K, A Descriptive study to asses relationship between body fat percentage and obesity at a tertiary care hospital facility. Healthline. 2020;111(2):67-71.
  3. Thittamaranahalli Varadappa Sanjay, Nimin Hafeez, Yannick Poulose Puthussery, Madhusudan Muralidhar, Gangaboraiah. Geriatric Depression: Prevalence and Associated Factors in a Rural Community of Bengaluru. Annals of Community Health 2020;8(3): 1-5.
  4. Ramesh Masthi NR, Sanjay TV ,Afraz Jahan, Thenambigai R, Nitu Kumari, Sweta Balappa Athani.Rabies Case of a Young Adult Male From A Village Near Bellary District, Karnataka. APCRI Journal.2020
  5. Rajgopal J, Sanjay TV, Mahajan M. Psychometric properties of the Geriatric Depression Scale (Kannada version): A community based study. J Geriatr Ment Health 2019;6:84-7.
  6. Masthi NR, Sanjay TV, Pradeep BS, Anwith HS.Community awareness and risk of rabies associated with exposure to animalsin India. Indian J Public Health 2019;63:S15-9.
  7. Nandini RC , Sanjay TV, Thejaswini P , Ramu P, Channaraya V. Combined obesity among adult in-patients: A study in a tertiary care hospital. IJFCM 2018: 5(2): 136-140.
  8. Sanjay TV, Arun Kumar DP, Madhusudan M. Prevalence and Determinants of Obesity among Elderly in an Urban Area of Bengaluru. NJCM 2017; 8(11): 672-677.
  9. Sanjay TV, Yannick PP, Madhusudan M, Ramesh Masthi NR, Gangaboraiah B. Depression and its associated factors among elderly patients attending rural primary health care setting. IJCMPH 2017; 4(2): 471-476.
  10. Sanjay TV, Nimin Hafeez, Swapna Mapakshi, Ullas Venkatesh Acharya, Arachana Suresh Nayak. Gender differentials in physical exercise practices among type 2 DM patients in a medical college hospital. NJRCM 2016; 5(4): 246-251.
  11. Sanjay TV, Yannick P, Swapna Mapakshi, Ullas and Archana. Physical Exercise Practices among Elderly Type 2 Diabetic Patients in A Tertiary Care Hospital. Indian Journal of Gerontology 2015; 29(4): 407-416.
  12. Prashanth Kumar SP, Sanjay TV, Lakshmesha YS. Prevalence of chronic energy deficiency (CED) among adolescents in the age group of 15-19 years. Indian Journal of Public health research and development 2015; 6(4): 266-270.
  13. Thittamaranahalli Varadappa Sanjay, Gowda Giriyanna1, Shettihalli Gudegowda Kishore. An evaluation of National Anti-malaria Programme in a district of Karnataka, India. Asian Pac J Trop Dis 2014; 4(1): 930-934.
  14. Sanjay T Varadappa, Prashanth Kumar S Prakash, Gangaboraiah, Ramesh Masthi N Raju, Lakshmeesha Y Subbanna. Prevalence of obesity among college students in rural area of Bangalore. NJCM 2014; 5(1): 42-45.
  15. TV Sanjay, R Jahnavi1, B Gangaboraiah, P Lakshmi, S Jayanthi. Prevalence and factors influencing depression among elderly living in the urban poor locality of Bengaluru city. International Journal of Health & Allied Sciences 2014; 3(2): 105-109.
  16. TV Sanjay, SG Kishore, Giriyanna Gowda, K Ravi Kumar. An evaluation of mass drug administration (MDA) for the elimination of lymphatic filariasis in Raichur district, Karnataka. IJPSM 2012; 43(2): 197-201.
  17. MK Sudarshan, S Bhardwaj, BJ Mahendra, H Sharma, TV Sanjay, DH Ashwathnarayana, Gangaboraiah. An immunogenicity, safety and post-marketing surveillance of a novel adsorbed human diploid cell rabies vaccine (Rabivax) IN Indian subjects. Human Vaccines 2008; 4(4): 275-9.
  18. MK Sudarshan, MS Anandagiri, BJ Mahendra, GM Venkatesh, TV Sanjay, DH Ashwath Narayana, H S Ravish. Assessing the safety of post-exposure rabies immunization in pregnancy. Human Vaccines 2007; 3 (3): 87-89.
  19. MK Sudarshan, BJ Mahendra, HS Ravish, DH Ashwath Narayana, TV Sanjay, MS Anandagiri, GM Venkatesh. Assessing the clinical efficacy of post-exposure prophylaxis following confirmed rabies exposures. Journal of APCRI 2007; 9 (1):13-15.
  20. SN Madhusudana, TV Sanjay, BJ Mahendra, MK. Sudarshan, D H Ashwath Narayana, MS Anandagiri, K Muhamuda, V Ravi, H B Vakil, Cladius Malerczyk. Comparison of safety and immunogenicity of PCECV and PVRV using the Thai Red Cross ID regimen at a dose of 0.1 mL. Human Vaccines 2006; 2 (5): 200-204.
  21. MK Sudarshan, BJ Mahendra, DH Ashwath Narayana, TV Sanjay, MS Anandagiri, G M Venkatesh. Evaluation of safety and efficacy of a new indigenous equine rabies immunoglobulin. Journal of APCRI 2006; 8 (1): 13-16.
  22. MK. Sudarshan, BJ Mahendra, SN Madhusudana, DH Ashwath Narayana, TV Sanjay, Gangaboraiah, M S Anandagiri. Assessing the relationship between antigenicity and immunogenicity of human rabies vaccines: Results of a Meta-analysis. Human Vaccines 2005; 1(5):187-190.
  23. SN Madhusudana, TV Sanjay, BJ Mahendra, MS Suja. Simulated post-exposure rabies vaccination with purified chick embryo cell vaccine using a modified Thai Red Cross Regimen. International Journal of Infectious Diseases 2004; 8: 175-179.
  24. Mahendra BJ, Sanjay TV, Ashwath Narayana DH, Sudarshan MK. Rabies Immunoglobulins in Post exposure Prophylaxis -Study in 236 Patients. Journal of APCRI 2003; 5 (1&2):26-33.
  25. MK Sudarshan, BJ Mahendra, TV Sanjay, DH Ashwath Narayana. Promoting Use of RIGS in India: A Public Health Challenge. Journal of APCRI 2003; 5 (1&2):8-10.
  26. N R Ramesh Masthi, Divya Bharathi G, Pruthvi SG, Munish Mudgal, Shivakumar S, T V Sanjay, Giriyanna Gowda. A Community Based Serosurvey for SARS-CoV2 among Population in an Assembly Constituency of Urban Bangalore, Karnataka. RNJPH 2021;6(2):31-34.
  27. Haradanhalli RS, Hanumanthaiah AN, Varadappa ST. Cost of rabies post exposure prophylaxis in different healthcare settings insix states of India. Indian J Public Health 2019;63:S44-7.
  28. Madhusudan M , Sudarshan BP , Sanjay TV , Arun Gopi , Sunny DA Fernandes. Nomophobia and its determinants among the students of a medical college in Kerala. IJMSPH 2017; 6(6): 1046-1049.
  29. R Ramesh Masthi, Manasa AR, Sanjay TV. A clinico-epidemiological study on animal bites among elderly at an anti-rabies clinic in a tertiary care hospital in Bengaluru. APCRI Journal 2017. 19(1): 16-19.
  30. Madhusudan M , Ramesh N R Masthi , Yannick P Puthussery , Sanjay T V , Arun Gopi. Body fat percentage of school age children (10-15 years) using the bioelectric impedance analysis technique in a rural area of Bengaluru, South India. IJMSPH 2017; 6(6): 1077-1080.
  31. Ravi Kumar K, Basha Riyaz, Harish BR, Sanjay TV, Vinay M, Prabhu Suresh, Babu Ramesh. A coverage evaluation survey of JE vaccination in two districts of Karnataka. J Commu Dis 2010; 42(3): 179-184.
  32. NR Ramesh Masthi, TV Sanjay. Utilization of subcentre by the community in a PHC, Bangalore rural. KACH 2009:1-5.

Dr Ravish S

  1. Ravish S. Haradanahalli, Rupsa Banerjee, Mysore Sudarshan Kalappa, Ashwath Narayana, Rachana R. Annadani, GangaboraiahBilagumba. Safety and immunogenicity of rabies vaccine as 4 - dose Essen Intramuscular regimen for post exposure prophylaxis: A non - randomized, comparative controlled study. Human Vaccines &Immunotherapeutics 2021;23;1-6.
  2. Ravish HS, Ramya MP, Kumari N, Surendran J, Fotedar N. A Cross-sectional study on Factors Influencing Utilization of Antenatal Care Services among Rural Women. Ann Community Health 2021;9(2):198-202
  3. JithinSurendran, Nitu Kumari, Ramya MP, Ravish HS. Impact of health education on knowledge and attitude on prevention of rabies among medical professionals: An interventional study. APCRI Journal 2020; 22(1):48.50.
  4. Ramya MP, Ravish HS, Nitu Kumari, JithinSurendran. Out of pocket expenditure for availing rabies post exposure prophylaxis. APCRI Journal 2020; 21(3):18.20.
  5. Nitu Kumari, M. P. Ramya, JithinSurendran, Ravish S. Haradanhalli. Knowledge on Prevention of Rabies among Adolescents in an Urban Poor Locality of Bengaluru. Annals of Community Health 2020; 8(2);51-55.
  6. Ravish HS, Pankaj kumar, Ramya MP, Nitu Kumari, Jitin S. PEP seeking behavior for animal exposures in an urban poor locality. APCRI Journal 2019;20(2):30-35.
  7. Ravish HS, Nitu Kumari, Ramya MP, JithinSurendran, Safety of rabies immunoglobulin (RIG)/ rabies monoclonal antibody (RMAb) for post exposure prophylaxis in patients with potential rabies exposure. APCRI Journal 2019;21(1):22-25.
  8. Ravish HS, Ramya MP, Nitu Kumari, IswaryaSiddareddy, Pradeep kumar DP, JithinSurendran. Personal hygiene practices and related skin diseases among school children of urban poor locality. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health 2019;6(6):2526-32.
  9. Ravish ShankaraiahHaradanahalli, Anwith HS, B.S. Pradeep, SrikrishnaIsloor, Gangaboraiah. Health seeking behavior and compliance to post exposure prophylaxis among animal bite victims in India. Indian Journal of Public health 2019;63(1):s20-25.
  10. Ravish HS, Ashwath Narayana DH, Sanjay TV. Cost of rabies post exposure prophylaxis in different health care settings in six states of India. Indian Journal of Public health 2019;63(1):s44-47.
  11. Anwith HS, Nitu Kumari, Ramya MP, Ravish HS. Safety of purified chick embryo cell rabies vaccine administered in previously vaccinated animal handlers working in a biological park. International Journal of Advanced Community Medicine 2019; 2(2): 136-138
  12. Mysore Kalappa Sudarshan, Ravish HS. Facilities and services of Post exposure prophylaxis in anti rabies clinics: A National assessment in India Indian Journal of Public health 2019;63(1):s26-30.
  13. DH Ashwath Narayana, Ravish HS. Assessment of procurement, distribution, availability and utilization of rabies biological for post exposure prophylaxis in Seven states of India.Indian Journal of Public health 2019;63(1):s31-36.
  14. Ravish HS, Veena V, Ramesh Holla, Rachana Annadani R. Clinical evaluation of purified chick embryo cell rabies vaccine administered in animal exposures. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health 2018;5(2):585-589.
  15. Ravish HS, Seema KS, Gangaboraiah, Chandana Krishna, Ramya MP, Iswarya S. Effectiveness of health education on knowledge and attitude of fresh medical graduates regarding prophylaxis against rabies. APCRI Journal 2018;19(2):16-18.
  16. Ravish HS, IswaryaSiddhareddy, Ramya MP, Nitu Kumari, Pradeep Kumar DP. Menstrual hygiene practices and related infections among adolescent girls of an urban poor locality. Indian Journal of Youth & Adolescent Health 2018;5(3):28-33.
  17. Ravish HS, Ramya MP, Nitu Kumari, Rachana AR. Factors associated with delay in post exposure prophylaxis among animal bite victims. APCRI Journal 2018;20(1):14-17.
  18. Nithya J. Gogtay, Renuka Munshi, D. H. Ashwath Narayana, B. J. Mahendra, Vikas Kshirsagar, H. S. Ravish, et.al. Comparison of a Novel Human Rabies Monoclonal Antibody to Human Rabies Immunoglobulin for Postexposure Prophylaxis: A Phase 2/3, Randomized, Single-Blind, Noninferiority, Controlled Study. Clinical Infectious Diseases 2018;66:387-95
  19. Huluvadi S Anwith, Kavya G Upadhya, Haradanahalli S Ravish, R Tenambigai, Mandya P Ramya, P Thejaswini. Awareness on rabies and its prevention among anganwadi workers. International Journal of Medical Science and Public Health2018;7:1-4.
  20. Shivalingaiah AH, Shankaraiah RH, Hanumanthaiah A. Safety of new indigenous human Rabies Monoclonal Antibody (RMAb) for Post Exposure Prophylaxis. Indian J Comm Health. 2018; 30, 3: 196-201.
  21. Ravish HS, Aravind M, Narayana ADH, Yannick P, Phaneendra MS. Safety of intradermal rabies vaccine as pre-exposure prophylaxis among veterinary students. Int.J Community Med Public Health2017;4(3):96-9.
  22. Ravish HS, Jayanthi Srikanth, Rachana Annadani, Pradeep Kumar DP, MalateshUndi, Chandana Krishna, Rupsa Banerjee, VairavaSolai, Aravind Manoharan. Safety of Intradermal Rabies Vaccination as Pre Exposure Prophylaxis. Journal of Vaccines & Vaccination 2017;8(1):349-51.
  23. Ravish H S, DH Ashwath Narayana, M K Sudarshan, Praveen G. Experience with purified chick embryo cell vaccine (Flury LEP strain) for preventing human rabies. APCRI Journal 2017; 19(2).
  24. Hardanahalli Ravish., Annadani R., Undi, M., Vijayashanakar, V., Banerjee, R., Mandya P Ramya. Economic costs of rabies post exposure prophylaxis. Indian Journal of Community Health2017, 29(2):156-61.
  25. Ravish HS, Pruthvi S, IswaryaSiddareddy, Pradeep Kumar DP, Ramya MP, Rupsa Banerjee. Safety of new indigenously manufactured equine rabies immunoglobulin for post exposure prophylaxis. APCRI Journal 2017; 19(2):5.-8.
  26. Ravish Haradanhalli, Ramya Mandya, Pushpa R, Iswaryasiddareddy, Chandana Krishna, Pradeep DP Kumar. Infant-Feeding Practice and Its Association to Nutritional Status of Under-5 Children. Int. J. Preven. Curat. Comm. Med. 2017; 3(3):23-28.
  27. Ravish S Haradanahalli, Jayanthi Srikanth, GangaboraiahAnandaiah, Rachana Annadani, Veena Vijayashankar, Rupsa Banerjee. Effectiveness of health education on knowledge regarding prophylaxis against rabies in school children. National Journal of Community Medicine 2017;8(6):311-14.
  28. Chandana Krishna, Ravish ShankaraiahHaradanhalli. Epidemiological trends of malaria in an endemic district Tumkur, Karnataka. Int J Community Med Public Health.2017;4(6): 2141-45.
  29. Anwith HS, DH Ashwath Narayana, Ravish HS, Gangaboraiah, Manjunath V, Ramya MP. Knowledge and Attitude on prevention of rabies among wild animal handlers working in a biological park. APCRI Journal 2017;18(2):22-24
  30. Ravish S. Hardanahalli, Rupsa Banerjee, Jayanthi Srikanth, Pradeep Kumar DP,Iswarya S. Breast feeding assessment in early neonatal period. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health 2016;3(2):455-58.
  31. Ravish HS, Pradeep Kumar DP, Chandana Krishna, Ashwath Narayana D H.Iswarya S, Kulrajat Bhasin. Safety and clinical efficacy of post exposure prophylaxis in wild animal exposures. APCRI Journal 2016; 17(2):23-25.
  32. Ravish HS, Rachana AR, Madhusudana N. Shampur, Veena Vijayashankar, Ashwath Narayana D H., Gangaboraiah, MalateshUndi. Safety and immunogenicity of intradermal rabies vaccination for post exposure prophylaxis. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health 2016; 3(3):692-96
  33. Ravish HS, Sharmila, Chandana Krishna, Pradeep Kumar DP, Iswarya S. Awareness on prophylaxis against rabies among the accredited social health activists. APCRI Journal 2016; 18(1):23-25.
  34. Ravish Haradanhalli S, Chandana Krishna, Pradeep Kumar DP, IswaryaSiddareddy,Rachana Annadani R. Safety, immunogenicity and clinical efficacy of postexposure Prophylaxis in confirmed rabies exposures. Glob.Vaccines Immunol.2016;1(3):56-9.
  35. Ravish HaradanahalliShankaraiah, Rachana AnnadaniRajashekar, Vijayashankar Veena, Ashwath Narayana D H. Compliance to Anti-rabies Vaccination in Post-exposure Prophylaxis. Indian Journal of Public Health 2015; 59 (1): 58-60.
  36. Ravish HaradanahalliShankaraiah, Rachana AnnadaniRajashekar, MalateshUndi. Coverage evaluation of MDA for lymphatic filariasis in Bidar District, Karnataka, India. Indian Journal of Community and Family Medicine 2015;1(2):79-82.
  37. BJ Mahendra, DH AshwathNarayana, Sharad Agarkhedkar, HS Ravish, BR Harish, SNMadhusudana et.al. Comparative study on the immunogenicity and safety of a purified chick embryo cell rabies vaccine (PCECV) administered according to two different simulated post exposure intramuscular regimens (Zagreb versus Essen). Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics2015; 11(2): 428-34.
  38. Narayana Ashwath, Manoharan Aravind, Narayan Madhusudhan, Kalappa Sudarshan M, Biligumba G, Haradanahalli Ravish. Comparison of safety and immunogenicity of two WHO prequalified rabies vaccine administered by one week 4 site intradermal regimen in animal bite cases. Human Vaccines &Immunotherapeutics 2015; 11(7): 1748-53.
  39. Ravish H S, S P Haveri, Katti S Mallappa, Wantamutte A Saheb, Menstrual practices among adolescent girls in rural area. Int. J Child Adolesc. Health 2014; 6(3): 305-309.
  40. Hardanahalli S Ravish, Veena Vijayashankar, SN Madhusudana, MK Sudarshan, DHA Narayana, Gangaboraiah et. al. Safety and Immunogenicity of purified chick embryo cell rabies vaccine (VaxiRab N) administered intradermally as post exposure prophylaxis. Human Vaccines &Immunotherapeutics 2014; 10 (8): 1546–58.
  41. Hardanahalli S Ravish, MK Sudarshan, S N Madhusudana, Rachana R Annadani, DH Ashwath Narayana, Gangaboraiah et. al. Assessing safety and immunogenicity of post-exposure prophylaxis following interchangeability of rabies vaccines in humans. Human Vaccines &Immunotherapeutics 2014; 10 (5): 1354–58.
  42. Ravish HS, Rupsa Banerjee, DH AshwathNarayana, Rachana AR. Safety of Equine Rabies Immunoglobulin in children. APCRI Journal 2014;16(1):7-9.
  43. Ashwath Narayana D H, Madhusudana S N, Sampath G, Tripathy R M, Sudarshan M K, Gangaboraiah et al. Safety and immunogenicity study of a new purified chick embryo cell rabies vaccine, Vaxirab N (Pitman- Moore strain) manufactured in India. Human vaccines &Immunotheurapeutics 2014; 10(1): 2796-801.
  44. Sangeeta Yadav, Manglani, DH Ashwath Narayan, S Sharma, HS Ravish, R Arora,et.al. Safety and Immunogenicity of a Quadrivalent Meningococcal ConjugateVaccine (MenACYW-DT): A Multicenter, Open-label, Non-randomized, Phase III clinical Trial. Indian Pediatrics 2014; 51: 451-56.
  45. Ravish H S, Jayanthi Srikanth, D H Ashwath Narayana, Rachana Annadani, Veena Vijayashankar, MalateshUndi. Pre-exposure prophylaxis against rabies in children: Safety of purified chick embryo cell rabies vaccine (Vaxirab N) when administered by intradermal route. Human Vaccines 2013; 9(9): 1901-1913.
  46. Ravish H S, Rachana R A, Veena V, Malatesh U. Medical termination of pregnancy and subsequent adoption of contraception. International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynecology 2013;2(3): 367-371.
  47. Ravish H S, Gangaboraiah B, D H Ashwath Narayana, Rachana Annadani, Veena Vijayashankar. Knowledge, attitude, and practice of rabies prophylaxis among physicians at Indian animal bite clinics. Asian Biomedicine 2013; 7(2): 237-42.
  48. M K Sudarshan, D H AshwathNarayana, SNMadhusudana, Ramesh Holla, BilagumbaGangaboraiah, Haradanahalli S. Ravish. Evaluation of a one week intradermal regimen for rabies post-exposure prophylaxis: Results of a randomized, open label, active-controlled trial in healthy adult volunteers in India, Human Vaccines and Immunotherapeutics 2012; 8 (8): 1077 -81.
  49. Ashwath Narayana D H, Ravish HS, Ramesh Holla. Clinical evaluation of safety of equine rabies immunoglobulin APCRI Journal 2011; 12(2): 12-15.
  50. Sudarshan M K, Ashwath Narayana D H, Ravish HS. Is the skin sensitivity test required for administering equine rabies immunoglobulin? National Medical Journal of India 2011; 24: 80–82.
  51. Sudarshan M K, Ravish HS, Ashwath Narayana D H. Time interval for booster vaccination following re-exposure to rabies in previously vaccinated subjects. Asian Biomedicine 2011; Vol. 5 No. 5: 589-593.
  52. Sudarshan M K, Gangaboraiah,Ravish HS, Ashwath Narayana D H. Assessing the relationship between antigenicity and immunogenicity of human rabies vaccines when administered by intradermal route: Results of a metaanalysis. Human Vaccines 2010, 6 (7), 562-65.
  53. G Sampath, S N Madhusudana, M K Sudarshan, D H Ashwathnarayana, B J Mahendra, T P Ullas, Krishna Mohan, Santhosh Kumar M, H S RavishImmunogenicity and safety study of Indirab: A verocell based chromatographically purified verocell human rabies vaccine, Vaccine 2010, 28:4086-4090.
  54. Sudarshan M K, Ravish HS, Ashwath Narayana D H, Gangaboraiah. Whether higher antigenicity produces higher immunogenicity in intradermal rabies vaccination: Results of a metaanalysis. APCRI Journal 2010, 12(1), 22-25.
  55. D H Ashwathnarayana , S N Madhusudana, G Sampath, D M Sathpathy, Ranjit Mankeshwar, H S Ravish, et.al. A comparative study on the safety and immunogenicity of purified duck embryo cell vaccine (PDEV, Vaxirab) with purified chick embryo cell vaccine (PCEC, Rabipur) and purified vero cell rabies vaccine (PVRV, Verorab), Vaccine 2009, 28 (1), 148-151.
  56. M K Sudarshan, M S Ananda Giri, B J Mahendra, G M Venkatesh, T V Sanjay, D H Ashwath Narayana & H S Ravish. Assessing the safety of post-exposure rabies immunization in pregnancy. Human Vaccines 2007, 3(3), 87-89.
  57. M K Sudarshan, B J Mahendra, G M Venkatesh, D H Ashwath Narayana, H S Ravish. Assessing the clinical efficacy of post-exposure prophylaxis following confirmed rabies exposures, APCRI Journal 2007, Vol.9 (1), 13-15.
  58. M K Sudarshan , S N Madhusudana, B J Mahendra, D H Ashwath Narayana, M S Ananda Giri, K Muhamuda, H S Ravish, G M Venkatesh. Boosting Effect of Purified Chick Embryo Cell Rabies Vaccine using the intradermal route in persons previously immunized by the intramuscular route or vice versa. National Medical Journal of India 2006, 19 (4), 192-194.

Dr. Jayanthi Srikanth

  1. Jayanthi Srikanth, Deepti Nagaraj. Awareness of specific health protective measures among antenatal mothers attending a community health centre in urban Bangalore. Annals of Community Health ,2021 Jan - Mar Vol-9 Issue 1 ; 92-96.
  2. Vairavasolai P, Jayanthi Srikanth Daily verses weekly iron and folic acid regimen- A randomisedparellel open label trial among reproductive age group women in an urban poor locality of Bangalore. Healthline Journal Volume 11 Issue 2 (July-December 2020)
  3. Jayanthi Srikanth, NituKumari.A cross sectional study on obesity and menstrual abnormalities among women of reproductive age in urban field practice area of Kempegowda Institute of medical sciences, Bangalore. IJCMPH, 2019 Aug; 6 (8); 3252-3258.
  4. Jayanthi Srikanth, Pankaj Kumar A comparative study on vaccination default rates among children aged 9-24 months attending a static immunisation clinic in urban and rural area of Bangalore. Int J community Med Public Health 2019 Jan; 6 (1): 248-252.
  5. Jayanthi Srikanth, Kavya G Upadhya, Pankaj Kumar. Awareness of cervical and breast cancer among women attending OBG out patient department of a medical college hospital, Bangalore. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health. May 2018, vol 5, Issue 5, page no. 2104-2108.
  6. Srikanth J, kavya U .Awareness of cervical and breast cancer among women attending OBG out-patient department of a medical college hospital, Bangalore. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health . 2018 May;5(5):2104-2108
  7. Ravish Hardanahalli S1, Jayanthi Srikanth1, Gangaboraiah Anandaiah2, Rachana Annadani3, Veena V4, Rupsa Banerjee 5. Effectiveness of Health Education on Knowledge regarding Prophylaxis against Rabies in School Children. National Journal of Community Medicine. June 2017, vol 8, Issue 6, page no. 311-314.
  8. Kavitha S Konapur1, Jayanthi Srikanth2. Maternal biosocial factors influencing new born birthweight at a municipal corporation maternity home in Bangalore city. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health. July 2017, vol 4, Issue 7, page no. 2395-2399.
  9. Ravish Hardanahalli S, Jayanthi Srikanth, Rachana Annadani, Pradeep Kumar DP. Safety of Intradermal Rabies Vaccination as Pre Exposure prophylaxis. Journal of Vaccines & Vaccination. Jan 2017 ,Vol 8, issue 1, 349.
  10. Jayanthi Srikanth1, Ashwini Kumari2. To study the correlation between maternal anthropometric measurements and new born birth size. RGUHS journal of Medical sciences. Jan 2015, vol-5 issue 1, page no. 6-8.
  11. Jayanthi srikanth1,Sridevi Kulkarni2. Hypertension in elderly: Prevalence & healthcare seeking pattern in an urban slum of Bangalore city. International journal of recent Scientific Research. March 2015, vol 6, issue 3, page no. 2952-2957.
  12. Ravish HS, Srikanth J, Ashwath Narayana DH, Annadani R, Vijayashankar V, Undi M. Safety of purified chick embryo cell rabies vaccine ( Vaxirab N ) when administered by intradermal route. Human vaccines and Immunotherapeutics. Sep 2013, vol 9, issue 9, page no. 1910-1913.
  13. Jayanthi Srikanth1, K.JayanthKumar2 , M.S. Narasimmha Murthy2 . Factors influencing obesity among high school children in Bangalore city. Indian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics. March 2011, vol 48, page 8-17.
  14. Sandip Kumar Ray 1, Ritvik Amarchand2, Jayanthi Srikanth3 ,KunalKanti Majumdar4. A study on prevalence of bacteria in the hands of children & their perception on hand washing in two schools of Bangalore & Kolkata. Indian Journal of Public health. Oct-Dec 2011 vol 55, issue 4, pageno. 293-297.

Dr Giriyanna Gowda

  1. N R Ramesh Masthi, Divya Bharathi G, Pruthvi SG, Munish Mudgal, Shivakumar S, T V Sanjay, Giriyanna Gowda. A Community Based Serosurvey for SARS-CoV2 among Population in an Assembly Constituency of Urban Bangalore, Karnataka. RGUHS National Journal of Public Health 2021;6(2):31-34.
  2. Giriyanna Gowda, Sunil Maragowdanahalli Gurupadaswamy, Sweta Balappa Athani. A study on respiratory morbidities among school children post Diwali in Bangalore city. Indian Journal of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology - Volume 34, Issue 2, July-December 2020.
  3. Giriyanna Gowda, R Thenambigai. A Study on Respiratory Morbidities and Pulmonary Functions among Traffic Policemen in Bengaluru City. Indian Journal of Community Medicine ¦ Volume 45 ¦ Issue 1 ¦ January-March 2020: 23-26
  4. Giriyanna Gowda, Ramesh Holla, Balaji Ramraj, Kishore Shettihalli Gudegowda. Contact Tracing and Quarantine for COVID-19: Challenges in community surveillance. Indian journal of community health / vol 32 / no 02 (special issue) / April 2020.
  5. Giriyanna Gowda, Sweta Balappa athani. A descriptive study on quality of life, depression and anxiety in chronic urticarial patients attending tertiary care hospital in Bengaluru, south India. International journal of community Medicine and public health. 2019 July; 6 (7): 3118-3122.
  6. Giriyanna Gowda, Pruthvi S, Kavya G Upadhya, Chitra Nagaraj, Bengaluru G Parasuramalu. A Study on Complaince to Allergen Immunotherapy in Respiratory Allergy. National Journal of Community Medicine 2018; Vol 9 (6):96-99.
  7. Giriyanna Gowda, Sathish Chandra Mallapanalli Ranganatha², Rekha Srinivas³. Evaluation of Mass Drug Administration for the Elimination of Lymphatic Filariasis in Dakshina Kannada District, Karnataka. Indian Journal of Medical Science | Volume 70 | Issue 3 | July-Sep 2018:3-7.
  8. Giriyanna Gowda, Avinash Segu Damodar. A study on Perception of Illness among bronchial asthma patients. National Journal of Research in Community Medicine; Vol.6. Issue 2. Apr.-Jun.-2017(106-109).
  9. Giriyanna Gowda, Anwith Huluvadi Shivalingaiah, Anagha Manakari Vijayeendra, Nivedita Sarkar, Chitra Nagaraj, and Nugehally Raju Ramesh Masthi. Sensitization to silk allergen among workers of silk filatures in India: a comparative study. Asia Pac Allergy 2016;6:90-93
  10. Giriyanna Gowda, Kulkarni Sridevi, M Madhusudan, Kumar Ravi, Awareness regarding dengue fever among the link workers of urban health centres of Bangalore City- South India. Asian Pac J Trop Dis 2015; 5(Suppl 1): 930-932.
  11. Parasuramalu BG, Sathish chandra MR, Huliraj N, Giriyanna Gowda, Gangaboraiah. Randomized, open label, active controlled study to assess and compare health related quality of life with mometasone & formoterol versus fluticasone & formoterol dry powder inhaler in mild to moderate persistent asthma. Asian J Pharm Clin Res, Vol 8, Issue 4, 2015, 296-298.
  12. Parasuramalu BG, Sathish Chandra MR, Huliraj N, Giriyanna Gowda, Gangaboraiah. Randomized, open label, active controlled comparative study to assess safety, efficacy of mometasone & formoterol versus fluticasone & formoterol dry powder inhaler in treatment of mild to moderate persistent asthma. National Journal of Community Medicine│Volume 6│Issue 2│Apr – Jun 2015
  13. Doddabele Hanumanthaiah Ashwath Narayana, Shampur Narayana Madhusudana, Gadey Sampath, Radhe MadhabTripathy, Mysore Kalappa Sudarshan, Gangaboraiah, Haradanahalli Shankaraiah Ravish, Durga Madhab Satapathy, Giriyanna Gowda, Ramesh Holla, Belludi Yajman Ashwin, Asutosh Padhi, Shamanna Manjula, and Pradip Maganlal Patel. Safety and immunogenicity study of a new purified chick embryo cell rabies vaccine Vaxirab-N (Pitman-Moore strain) manufactured in India. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics January 2014;10:1:2796–2801.
  14. Giriyanna Gowda, S Lakshmi, B G Parasuramalu, C Nagaraj, B V C Gowda, K G Somashekar. A study on allergen sensitivity in patients with allergic rhinitis in Bangalore, India. The journal of laryngology and Otology 2014. 128.892-896.
  15. Soumyadev satpathy, CL Sathish babu, Shilpa Shetty, Mohammed fayaz pasha, Giriyanna Gowda. Titanium hypersensitivity: A clinical study. International Journal of Oral Implantology and Clinical research January – April 2014; 5(1): 8-11.
  16. Giriyanna Gowda, Anagha Manakari Vijayeendra, Nivedita Sarkar, Anwith Huluvadi Shivalingaiah, Ankita Shah, Abhiram Gopal Ashwathnarayana, Huliraj narayanaswamy, Chitra nagaraj. A study on occupational asthma among workers of silk filatures in south India. Indian Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, August 2014; Volume 18 (2). 64-67.
  17. Thittamaranahalli Varadappa Sanjay, Gowda Giriyanna, Shettihalli Gudegowda Kishore. An evaluation of National Anti-malaria Programme in a district of Karnataka, India. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Disease, Volume 4, Supplement 2, September 2014, Pages S595-S598
  18. Giriyanna Gowda, Chitra Nagaraj, BG Parasuramalu, N Huliraj. Aeroallergen sensitivity among patients suffering from bronchial asthma in Bangalore. International Journal of Health & Allied Sciences Oct-Dec 2013;Vol. 2 Issue 4:237-41
  19. K Sudarshan, D H Ashwath Narayana, Giriyanna Gowda. A critical appraisal of usage of rabies immunoglobulin in an anti-rabies clinic in India. Association for Prevention and Control of rabies in India (APCRI) Journal. Volume XIII. Issue II. 2012. p11-12.
  20. T V Sanjay, S G Kishore, Giriyanna Gowda, K Ravi kumar. An evaluation of mass drug administration (MDA) for the elimination of lymphatic filariasis in Raichur district, Karnataka. Indian J Prev Med 2012;Vol 43. No 2. 197-201.

Dr. Chethana R

  1. Chethana R, Shilpa Prevalence and risk factor influencing primary infertility. Journal of Evolution of Medical & Dental Sciences 2014 3(13): 3384-93.
  2. Chethana R, Tejashwini KAssessment of Prevalence and Pattern of Disability among elderly in a rural area. International journal of Recent Scientific Research 2014;5(9):1699-1702.
  3. Chethana R,Anwith H SA Study On Profile Of Tuberculosis Patients At A Tuberculosis Unit In BangaloreInternational Journal Of Recent Scientific ResearchOCT 20145(10)1857-60.
  4. Chethana.R Contribution OfCronic Conditions To Disability Among Elderly In Rural Area Of South Karnataka International Journal Of Medicine And Allied Health Sciences VOL-4/ISSUE-1/PG-30 OCT 2014.
  5. Chethana Ramegowda,Anwith H ShivalingaiahAwareness And Utilisation Of Health Insurance Services By The Families Residing At Urban Field Practice Area Of A Medical College In BangaloreNational Journal Of Community Medicine Mar 20156(1)69-2.
  6. Chethana R, Lakshmi Huligippa. Effectiveness Of Health Education On Knowledge At Attitude Regarding Diabetics In Type 2 Diabetics Patients In Bangalore, National Journal Of Community Medicine/VOL-7/ISSUE-7 2016.
  7. Chethana.R Assessment Of Health Education On Knowledge Regarding Oral Anti Diabetic Drugs Adherence In Urban Area Bangalore,National Journal Of Community Medicine/VOL-2/ISSUE-1/2016
  8. Chethana.R,Anwith H S A Study On Co-Morbidities And Treatments Outcome Based On Updated Definitions Among Tuberculosis Patients Registered At Tuberculosis Unit Bangalore International Journal Of Community Medicine And Public Health 2017/PP 589-591.
  9. Shivalingaiah AH, Ramegowda C, Masthi NRR. A study on co-morbidities and treatment outcome based on updated definitions among tuberculosis patients registered at a tuberculosis unit, Bangalore. Int J Community Med Public Health 2017; 4:1071-4.
  10. Chethana Ramegowda,Prakruthi R A,PushpaRajanna A Study On Parental Knowledge And Pattern Of Medicine Use In Acute Respiratory Infectious Among Under Five Children In Urban Field Practice Area Of Kims Bengaluru Natl J Community Med 2018 VOL9 ISSUE 7 ,496-500
  11. Chethana Ramegowda,PuttaiahThejaswiniAssesment Of Knowledge And Attitude Towards Emergency Contraceptive Among Post Natal Mothers Among Bbmp Referral Hospital Int J Community Med Public Health SEP 2018 (5)(9)/PP 1-7
  12. Chethana.R ,Prakurthi R . Impact Of Health Education On Drug Alliance Anti Diabetic Drug Adherence In Type 2 Diabetic Bangaluru, International Journal Of Community Medicine Public Health 2018 NOV ,5 (11),4809-4812
  13. AnwithHuluvadiShivalingaiah,ChethanaRamegowda,KaushikSreeramLong-Term Outcome Of Tuberculosis Treatment Among Patients Registered At A Tuberculosis Unit In Bangalore National Journal Of Research In Community Medicine 2018 7(4) 246-8
  14. Chethana.R,Priyanka Profile On Occupational Health Hazards Among Working Class On Factories In A Industrial Area Of Bangaluru International Journal Of Community Medicine And Public Health July 2019/VOL-6/ISSUE-7/PG 3156-3159
  15. Chethana.R,Sowbhagya,. Assessment Of Knowledge On Non Communicable Disease And There Screening Test Among Elderly Population In An Urban Area Of Bengaluru , International Journal Of Community Medicine And Public Health/OCT-2019/VOL/6/ISSUE-10/PP-4489-93.
  16. K.S.Seema,R. Chethana, Deepthi Nagaraj. A Cross –Sectional Study On Osteoporosis Among Women Aged 40 Years And Above In The Urban Field Practice Area Of A Medical College,Bengaluru.Annals Of Community Health (AOCH),JAN-MAR2021/VOL9/ISSUE01.
  17. Chethana R, Saranya K, Deepthi Nagaraj, Karishma Ps . ‘Low Birth Weight And Its Associated Factors: A Hospital Based Study”,Ann Community Health 2021 ;9 ( 2):1-4.

Dr. Anwith H S

  1. Anwith HS, Suhas SR, Seema KS, Karishma PS, Kumar RK, Madhusudhan M. Mass Drug Administration for Lymphatic Filariasis Elimination in Two Districts of North Karnataka: Coverage and Compliance Assessment. Healthline 2020; 11(2): 94-99.
  2. Masthi NR, Sanjay TV, Pradeep BS, Anwith HS. Community awareness and risk of rabies associated with exposure to animals in India. Indian J Public Health 2019; 63: S15-9.
  3. Haradanhalli RS, Anwith HS, Pradeep BS, Isloor S, Bilagumba G. Health seeking behavior and compliance to post exposure prophylaxis among animal bite victims in India. Indian J Public Health 2019;63: S20-5.
  4. Anwith HS, Kaushik SR, Thenambigai R, Madhusudan M, Priyanka DS, Deepthi N, et al. Effectiveness of daily directly observed treatment, short-course regimen among patients registered for treatment at an urban primary health center in Bengaluru. Indian J Community Fam Med 2019;5: 56-60
  5. Shivalingaiah AH, Ravikumar K, Gurupadaswamy SM. Evaluation of coverage and compliance to mass drug administration for lymphatic filariasis elimination in two endemic districts of Karnataka. Int J Community Med Public Health 2019; 6: 3583-7.
  6. Anwith HS, Nitu Kumari, Ramya MP and Ravish HS. Safety of purified chick embryo cell rabies vaccine administered in previously vaccinated animal handlers working in a biological park. International Journal of Advanced Community Medicine. 2019; 2(2): 136-138.
  7. Shivalingaiah AH, Shankaraiah RH, Hanumanthaiah AND. Safety of new indigenous human Rabies Monoclonal Antibody (RMAb) for Post Exposure Prophylaxis. Indian J Comm Health. 2018; 30, 3: 196-201.
  8. AnwithHuluvadiShivalingaiah, Chethana Ramegowda, Kaushik Sreeram. Long-term outcome of tuberculosis treatment among patients registered at a tuberculosis unit in Bangalore. Nat J Res Community Med 2018;7(4): 246-248.
  9. Anwith HS, Ashwath Narayana DH, Ravish HS, Gangaboraiah, Manjunatha V, Ramya M, P VairavaSolai. Knowledge and attitude on prevention of rabies among wild animal handlers working in a biological park. APCRI journal 2017;18(3):22-4.
  10. HuluvadiShivalingaiahAnwith, Kavya GopalakrishnaUpadhya, Haradanahalli Shankaraiah Ravish, Ramanthan Thenambigai, Mandya Prashanth Ramya, PuttaiahThejaswini. Awareness on rabies and its prevention among anganwadi workers. Int J Med Sci Public Health. 2018; 7(7): 545-548.
  11. Shivalingaiah AH, Ramegowda C, Masthi NRR. A study on co-morbidities and treatment outcome based on updated definitions among tuberculosis patients registered at a tuberculosis unit, Bangalore. Int J Community Med Public Health 2017; 4:1071-4.
  12. Giriyanna Gowda, AnwithHuluvadiShivalingaiah, AnaghaManakariVijayeendra, Nivedita Sarkar, Chitra Nagaraj, and N R Ramesh Masthi .Sensitization to silk allergen among workers of silk filatures in India: a comparative study. Asia Pac Allergy 2016;6:90-9.
  13. Chethana Ramegowda, Anwith H Shivalingaiah. Awareness and Utilisation of Health Insurance Services by the families residing at Urban Field Practice Area of a medical college in Bangalore. National journal of community medicine 2015; 6(1):69-2.
  14. Gowda G, Vijayeendra AM, Sarkar N, Shivalingaiah AH, Shah A, Ashwathnarayana AG, et al. A study on occupational asthma among workers of silk filatures in South India. Indian J Occup Environ Med 2014;18:64-7
  15. Chethana R, Anwith HS. A study on profile of tuberculosis patients at a tuberculosis unit in Bangalore. International Journal of Recent Scientific Research October 2014; 5(10):1857 -60.

Dr. K S Seema

  1. K.S.Seema,R. Chethana, Deepthi Nagaraj. A Cross –Sectional Study On Osteoporosis Among Women Aged 40 Years And Above In The Urban Field Practice Area Of A Medical College,Bengaluru.Annals Of Community Health (AOCH),JAN-MAR2021/VOL9/ISSUE01.
  2. Anwith HS, Suhas SR, Seema KS, Karishma PS, Kumar RK, Madhusudhan M. Mass Drug Administration for Lymphatic Filariasis Elimination in Two Districts of North Karnataka: Coverage and Compliance Assessment. Healthline 2020; 11(2): 94-99.
  3. Ravish HS, Seema KS, Gangaboraiah, Chandana Krishna, Ramya MP, Iswarya S. Effectiveness of health education on knowledge and attitude of fresh medical graduates regarding prophylaxis against rabies. APCRI Journal 2018;19(2):16-18.

Mrs. A. Aparna

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