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Dr. Sreelatha

Profile of Dr. Sreelatha

1. Name: Shreelatha. S
Age: 37
Professional qualification: BAMS, MD (Ayu)
Specialized training:
– Advanced Diploma in clinical research and Pharmacovigilance
– Certification in Intellectual property rights and Information technology
– Research training program on Outcome research: From Idea (I) to Manuscript for Publication (12M) by ICMR
– Training on Keraleeya panchakarma, raktamokshana and agnikarma

2. Clinical experience of managing conditions: Respiratory, Gastro intestinal, dermatology and Metabolic disorders

2.1 Highlights of clinical competence in conditions:
– Well managing chronic respiratory conditions like Emphysema, bronchiectasis , chronic COPD
– Curative treatment for different types of headache like migraine , sinus headache, tension headache and cluster headache
– Restoring from Sinusitis, allergic rhinitis, allergic bronchitis and recent origin of asthma
– Effectively treating Gastro intestinal diseases like Dyspepsia (Gastritis), Acid reflux, GERD, constipation, fatty liver etc
– Achieving remission and effective management of IBD (Intestinal Bowel Diseases)

3. Clinical Positions/ awards/research/teaching positions held

3.1 Clinical Position:
Clinical Registrar – At I-AIM Health Care Center
-10 yrs of clinical experience
-Conducted more than 50 health camps in rural areas of North Bangalore, treating more than 5000 patients from lower income families

3.2 Research:
– Prospective Observation Study conducted to Assess the effectiveness of Integrative Whole system Approach in the Management of Prameha (Diabetes Mellitus)
– Conducted Open label prospective clinical research to evaluate Integrative whole system treatment approach in the management of Sandhigatavata (Osteo Arthritis)
– Conducted A double blind placebo controlled clinical study on- ‘ Efficacy and safety of Gymnema caplets in Pre- diabetic subjects
– Multicentric survey conducted on prevalence of metabolic syndrome in 1 st degree relatives of DM patients – Pilot study
– Conducted health survey in more than 1800 households to know the – ‘Disease
prevalence and health seeking patterns among adults (40+ year olds) and elderly in Golahali Gram Panchayat, Chikkaballapur district’

4. Peer reviewed publications/presentations
– Shreelatha, S. “IPR and Challenges to Ayurveda” – RGUHS journal Published in 2011.
– A paper selected for Oral presentation in 3rd International Conference on Ayurveda – INDRA 2016 at Milano, Italy – ‘An open label prospective observational study to assess the effectiveness of Integrative whole system approach in the management of Sandhigatavata (Osteoarthritis)’ *Shreelatha. S, Shruthi. C, Sriranjini J

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