Department Of Physiology
Details Of Teaching Staff
|S. No.||Name Of Faculty Members||Designation||Address||Mob. No.||Email ID|
Dr Kushaal Bharang
Ray colony, Barmer
|3||Dr. Bhoopendra Patel||Assistant Professor||204, Teaching Faculty Quaters, Medical College Campusfirstname.lastname@example.org|
DR. Kirti Goyal
BB/76/III/12 Officer’s Colony, Barmer
|5||Dr. Dinesh Choudhary||Senior Demonstrator||Room 204, NTS Quarter, GMC Barmer Campusemail@example.com|
|6||Dr. Jaswant Singh Rathore||Senior Demonstratorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Physiology is the science of life. It is the branch of biology that aims to understand the mechanisms of living things, from the basis of cell function at the ionic and molecular level to the integrated behaviour of the whole body and the influence of the external environment. The emphasis on integrating molecular, cellular, systems and whole-body function is what distinguishes physiology from the other life sciences.
Aim and Objectives
The goal of teaching undergraduate students Medical Physiology is to provide a comprehensive knowledge of the integrated functions of the organ systems, which in turn helps understanding the basis of health and disease. With respect to the knowledge domain, students get equipped with the knowledge of the coordinated body function, the relative contribution of each organ system to the maintenance of the milieu interior, aspects of normal growth and development, physiological responses and adaptations to environmental conditions, the knowledge of the physiological principles underlying pathogenesis as well as treatment of disease. With respect to skills domain, the student becomes able to conduct experiments, designed for study of physiological phenomena and interpret experimental/investigative data, distinguish between normal and abnormal data, derived as a result of tests, which he/she performs and observes in the laboratory. At our institute we are committed to provide our students a high standard of teaching and evaluation, innovative methods of teaching and regular teaching schedule as per the new competency based UG curriculum. Our mission is to equip the students with knowledge and understanding of normal bodily functions and to foster the development of professional skills through well designed curriculum; based on experiments, training and research.
The Department of Physiology is located on 1st floor of the academic block of the institute, with air-conditioned laboratory and demonstration room. Following facilities are available in the Department of Physiology:
1. Haematology Laboratory
2. Clinical Physiology Laboratory
3. Amphibian Laboratory
4. Research Laboratory
5. Demonstration rooms
Research Publications of the Faculty:
A. Dr. Bhoopendra Patel (Assistant Professor)
1. Bhandari S, Shaktawat AS, Sharma R, Mehta S, Patel B, Kapil K et al. COVID-19-A descriptive study of demographic trends in Rajasthan, listed in top five states of India. 2020; Menoufia Medical Journal (MMJ). (Accepted for Publication)
2. Bhandari S, Shaktawat AS, Tak A, Patel B, Gupta K, Gupta J, Kakkar S, Dube A. A multistate ecological study comparing evolution of cumulative cases (trends) in top eight COVID-19 hit Indian states with regression modeling. International Journal of Academic Medicine (IJAM). 2020; 6:91-95.
3. Bhandari S, Sharma R, Singh Shaktawat A, Banerjee S, Patel B, Tak A, et al. COVID-19 related mortality profile at a tertiary care centre: a descriptive study. Scripta Medica. 2020;51(2):69-73.
4. Bhandari S, Shaktawat AS, Tak A, Patel B, Shukla J, Singhal S, et al. Logistic regression analysis to predict mortality risk in COVID‑19 patients from routine hematologic parameters. Ibnosina Journal of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. 2020; 12:123-9.
5. Meena S, Shukla J, Meena P, Tak A, Patel B. A case–control study of autonomic function tests in male cigarette smokers and healthy control subjects. Natl J Physiol Pharm Pharmacol. 2020; 10(11): 0-0
6. Aggarwal N, Shukla J, Purohit S, Tak A, Patel B. A cross-sectional study on cardiac autonomic functions in psoriasis patients. National Journal of Physiology Pharmacy and Pharmacology (NJPPP). 2020;10.
7. B Patel, AK Kumawat, K Gupta, KD Mathur, A Tak. Inter and Intra-Hemispheric Resting EEG Coherence in Schizophrenia Patients. Journal of Medical Science and Clinical Research (JMSCR). 2020; 8 (1), 209-216.
8. Kumar P, Shukla J, Patel B. Autonomic Functions Among Tobacco Chewers: A Case Control Study. Indian Journal of Applied Research (IJAR). 2019; 9 (4):1-3.
9. Kumar P, Shukla J, Saini A, Patel B. Heart rate variability among Tobacco Chewers: A Case Control Study. Journal of Medical Science and Clinical Research (JMSCR). 2019; 7(3):787-792.
10. Shah M, Patel B, Gupta J, Kapil K, Saini A, Yadav K, Tak A, Dube A. A case control study of P300 and P100 components of visual event related potentials in Dyslexics children during target detection task. Rajasthan Medical Journal (RMJ). 2019, December, 15-23.
11. Sharma D, Sharma M, Sharma RB, Patel B, Gupta K, Gupta J. Sensory Nerve Conduction Study in Non-Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus Patients with Subclinical Peripheral Neuropathy. Indian Journal of Applied Research (IJAR). 2019; 9(11):2019.
12. Gupta K, Patel B. Effect of Unilateral Nostril Breathing on Autonomic Functions Assessed by Power Spectral Analysis of Heart Rate Variability (HRV). Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences (SJAMS). Aug 2018; 6(8): 2971-2974.
13. Yadav K, Yadav Y, Gupta K, Gupta J, Saini A, Patel B, Dube A. Neurophysiological Correlates of Event Related Potential (P300 Wave) in Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences (SJAMS). 2018; 6(3): 990-993.
14. Yadav K, Yadav Y, Solanki G, Gupta K, Gupta J, Saini A, Patel B, Dube A. Neural Dynamics of Theta Wave in Children with Attention Deficit Hyper activity Disorder. Journal of Medical Science and Clinical Research (JMSCR). 2018; 6(3):746-750.
15. Sharma DD, Sharma M, Sharma RB, Patel B. A Study of Sensory Nerve Conduction Indices in Non-Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus Patients without Symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy and its Correlation with Glycosylated Haemoglobin. Indian Journal of Applied Research (IJAR). 2018; 8(5): 471-473.
16. Saxena S, Gupta K, Gupta J, Sharma A, Patel B, Saini A, Tak A, Dube A, Gupta KK. Neurodynamics of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy in Fronto-Central region of Cerebral Cortex. Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences (SJAMS). 2017; 5(7E):2823-2829.
17. Soni S, Dube A, Verma A, Gupta K, Gupta J, Saini A, Patel B, Tak A. Neourodynamics in patient with Alzheimer’s disease during working memory task. Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences (SJAMS). 2017; 5(8D):3257-3263.
18. Indoria SP, Saini A, Patel B, Gupta K, Gupta J, Kumawat BL, Sharma AK, Dube A. A study of P300 and Mini Mental State Examination in Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer’s Dementia. Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences (SJAMS). 2017; 5(8C):3132-3140.
19. Patel B, Mathur K, Sankhla M, Patel J, Mathur B. Association of hemoglobin concentration with heart rate variability in young adult males. Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences (SJAMS). 2016; 4(9C):3392-3397.
20. Yadav A, Gaur K, Gupta ID, Punjabi P, Patel B, Rahul, Dev K. Psycho-wellbeing of Ist MBBS students of SMS Medical College, Jaipur” (Raj) India. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications. 2015;5(3):1-6.
B. Dr. Kirti Goyal (Senior Demonstrator)
1. Kirti Goyal & Prahlad Kalwan. A Comparative Study of Cardiac Autonomic Function Indices among Young and Old Healthy Individuals of Western Rajasthan by CanWin. Sch. J. App. Med. Sci., Jun 2018; 6(6): 2567-2573.
2. Kirti Goyal & Prahlad Kalwan. Assessment of Prevalence of Cardiac Autonomic Dysfunction by Various Cardiovascular Autonomic Function Tests Using Ewing’s And Bellavarae’s Criteria. Sch. J. App. Med. Sci., Jul 2018; 6(7): 2730-2737.
3. Kirti Goyal & Prahlad Kalwan. A Comparative Study on Cardiovascular Autonomic Function Tests Indices between Young Healthy Males and Females. Sch. J. App. Med. Sci., Jul 2018; 6(7): 2738-2742.
4. Goyal K and Kalwan P. A Comparative Study of Sympathetic Autonomic Function Indices Among Obese and Non-Obese Individuals Of Western Rajasthan. HECS Int J Comm Health Med Res 2018; 4(4):1-4.
5. Goyal K, Kalwan P Study of Parasympathetic Autonomic Activity In Indian Obese Inviduals. HECS Int J Comm Health Med Res 2018; 4(3):92-95.
6. Purohit R and Goyal K. A Comparative Study of Cardiac Autonomic Activity Indices among Reproductive and Menopausal Females of Western Rajasthan By CAN Win. HECS Int J Comm Health Med Res 2018; 4(4):5-10.
7. Goyal K, Purohit R. A prospective observational study of correlation between age and the parasympathetic nervous system. J Adv Med Dent Scie Res 2018;6(8):4-7.