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Elapulli Sankaranarayanan Prakash Edit Profile

Physiologist

Elapulli Sankaranarayanan Prakash, Indian physiologist. Achievements include discovery of deep breathing at 6 breaths per minute considerably reduces the frequency of premature ventricular complexes (Polyvinyl chloride) in a subset of patients with frequent unifocal Polyvinyl chloride. Member of American Stroke Association, American Heart Association, The American Physiological Society, Association Physiologists and Pharmacologists India (life).

Background

Prakash, Elapulli Sankaranarayanan was born on September 15, 1977 in Nagercoil, India. Son of E. S. Sankaranarayanan and Vanaja Sankar.

Education

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, University Chennai, 2001. Bachelor of Science, Jawaharlal Institute, 2004. Doctor of Medicine, Pondicherry University, 2004.

Career

Senior resident Department Physiology Jawaharlal Institute Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Pondicherry, India, since 2004.

Achievements

  • Achievements include discovery of deep breathing at 6 breaths per minute considerably reduces the frequency of premature ventricular complexes (Polyvinyl chloride) in a subset of patients with frequent unifocal Polyvinyl chloride.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals (Best Case Report award Jipmer Science Society, 2004).

Membership

Member of American Stroke Association, American Heart Association, The American Physiological Society, Association Physiologists and Pharmacologists India (life).

Connections

father:
E. S. Sankaranarayanan

mother:
Vanaja Sankar