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The Medical Park, Chennai is a R&D clinical organization and is registered with TICEL Biopark, Chennai. The main aim of our research unit is the integration and amalgamation of scientific knowledge and best of technology to provide one stop solution to all health care and cosmetic needs. Medical Park thrives for evidence for everything we preach.
The Medical Park has a mix of medical specialists in Allopathic, Ayurvedic, Naturopathic and Vedic sciences, paramedical professionals experienced in life-skills education, scientists guiding the piloting effort, data analysis and interpretation, linkages with private medical college, Govt health system, ICMR, AYUSH, Medical Universities, WHO, GOI,GOTN, networking with laboratories of national and international repute.
Aims of our research unit:
1. Effect of Triphala on neurocognition in young people using modern biomarkers and H Scan.
Currently R & D division of the Institute is conducting following Research study funded by Tamil Nadu Medical Plant Farms & Herbal Medicine Corporation Limited (TAMPCOL)
1. An observational study on the effect of Madhumega choornam in prevention of insulin resistance and Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) among ‘at risk’ female volunteers
Research activities in the pipeline:
Under Tamil Nadu Medical Plant Farms & Herbal Medicine Corporation Limited (TAMPCOL)
1. An observational study on the effect of kungilia parpam on metabolic and inflammatory biomarkers of healthy volunteers
Under AYUSH Government of India:
1. An observational study on the effects of Pranayamas on Cardio respiratory fitness (VO2- Max) and Resting metabolic rate (RMR); as predictors in prevention of Non Communicable Diseases in healthy volunteers.
Under ICMR & Department of science and technology:
2. Analysing Lifestyle Determinants and their impact on epigenotype, hormonal and neurotransmitter dysregulation for increased prevalence of Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) in adolescent girls and young women contributing to Non-Communicable Disease Burden (NCD) in India
A star Singapore
Karolinska Institutet/Hospital; Sweden
1. Vo2 max- Cardio Coach; KORR Medical technologies inc. USA
2. RMR- Cardio Coach; KORR Medical technologies inc. USA
3. EKG-Cardio soft; GE Medical technologies USA
4. H scans 820- Hoch Company
5. Dexa scan- GE Medical technologies USA
6. Skin video scope
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