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Dr. T. Rajini Samuel M.D

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Dr.T.Rajini Samuel has done  significant innovative  research in three life saving biomedical research projects namely Electrocardiogram, Blood Gas Analysis and Ventilator Graphics Interpretation. He did MBBS (2004 -2010) in Chengalpattu Government Medical College located at Chengalpattu, Tamil Nadu, India. 

He was more interested in mathematics and physics so he started to apply these concepts to solve problems in medical field and focussed on Biomedical research. He started his research in Electro-cardiogram (E.C.G) interpretation out of his own interest and self funded during the under-graduation. ECG is one of the oldest, cheapest, quickest, simplest, safest and indispensable diagnostic equipment in medical field. Although the ECG has offered valuable insights in health and disease for nearly a century its interpretation needs the help of medical experts in that field. A  lot  of  advancements had  come  in  the  ECG  machine,  yet  the  basic  physics  principle  of  ECG  is  not  clearly  understood. Attempts by various other researchers in trying to solve this problem was not successful. 

He solved this problem and found some innovative ideas in ECG interpretation. He joined as a duty doctor in June 2010 in Venkateshwara Hospitals, Nandanam, Chennai (which is basically a cardiology hospital) to complete this project and worked for a period of 2 years. The research was completed in 2010 but the findings were published only in 2012. He had proposed the cardiac vector hypothesis that has immense clinical value in the understanding and interpretation of ECG report. Coronary  artery  disease  remains  a  great  threat  to  the humankind  in  the  21st century. The   quicker   and   proper interpretation   of   ECG report can help in early diagnosis that will   result   in   saving millions of cardiac patients. He had published 3 research articles related to Novel ECG interpretation method (each one in 2012, 2018 & 2021).

He did his post-graduation in biochemistry and completed M.D in Biochemistry (2012-2015) in Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospitals, Chennai. After completing his post-graduation, he joined as an Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in May 2015 in Shri Sathya Sai Medical College and Research Institute, Thiruporur. He was promoted as an Associate Professor of Biochemistry in September 2020 and presently working as the same in that institute.

He started his research on Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) interpretation during his post-graduation. Blood gas analyser plays an indispensable role in emergency medicine and intensive care unit in the management of critically ill patients and ventilator settings. The significant technological improvement in blood gas analyser equipment   that has occurred in the last decades has not brought a respective advance in the field of diagnosis. He had developed a novel approach and also a newer graphical method for ABG interpretation. He had published 16 research articles, 3 books and one chapter related to arterial blood gas interpretation.

Then he carried out his research during COVID times on Ventilator Graphics Interpretation which plays a significant role in the management of mechanically ventilated patients.He had derived novel equations of motion for mechanical ventilation and published 3 research articles in 2021. His articles are read in research gate by many researchers in various universities across the globe showing interest in his research projects.

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