List of Publications -1959-61

 

1. Andrews RH. Domiciliary treatment in India. N A P T Bulletin 1958;21:66-69.

2. Fox W. The problem of self adminsitration of drugs; with particular reference to pulmonary tuberculosis. Tubercle 1958;39:269-274.**

3. Gangadharam PRJ, Mitchison DA, Subbaiah TV, Short EI. The detection of isoniazid in urine. Tubercle 1958;39:191-200.

4. Andrews RH, Radhakrishna S. A comparison of two methods of sputum collection in the diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis. Tubercle 1959;40:155-162.

5. Holst E, Mitchison DA, Radhakrishna S. Examination of smears for tubercle bacilli by fluorescence microscopy. Indian J Med Res 1959;47:495-499.

6. Tuberculosis Chemotherapy Centre. A concurrent comparison of home and sanatorium treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis in south India. Bull World Health Organ 1959;21:51-131.

7. Andrews RH, Devadatta S, Fox W, Radhakrishna S, Ramakrishnan CV, Velu S. Prevalence of tuberculosis among close family contacts of tuberculous patients in south India, and influence of segregation of the patient on the early attack rate. Bull World Health Organ 1960;23:463-510.

8. Devadatta S, Gangadharam PRJ, Andrews RH, Fox W, Ramakrishnan CV, Selkon JB, Velu S. Peripheral neuritis due to Isoniazid. Bull World Health Organ 1960;23:587-598.

9. Mitchison DA, Wallace JG, Bhatia AL, Selkon JB, Subbaiah TV, Lancaster MC. A comparison of the virulence in guinea pigs of south Indian and British tubercle bacilli. Tubercle 1960;XLI:1-22.

10. Subbaiah TV, Mitchison DA, Selkon JB. The susceptibility to hydrogen peroxide of Indian and British isoniazid-sensitive and isoniazid-resistant tubercle bacilli. Tubercle 1960;XLI:323-333.

11. Subbaiah TV, Selkon JB, Bhatia AL, Mitchison DA, Radhakrishna S. The addition of para-aminobenzoic acid for catalase to Lowenstein-Jensen medium and the effect of prolonged incubation in the culture of tubercle bacilli. Tubercle 1960;XLI:334-340.

12. Velu S, Andrews RH, Devadatta S, Fox W, Radhakrishna S, Ramakrishnan CV, Selkon JB, Somasundaram PR, Subbaiah TV. Progress in the second year of patients with quiescent pulmonary tuberculosis after a year of chemotherapy at home or in sanatorium, and influence of further chemotherapy on the relapse rate. Bull World Health Organ 1960;23:511-533.

13. Tuberculosis Chemotherapy Centre. A concurrent comparison of isoniazid plus PAS with three regimens of isoniazid alone in the domiciliary treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis in south India. Bull World Health Organ 1960;23:535-585.

14. Velu S, Andrews RH, Devadatta S, Fox W, Ramakrishnan CV, Subbaiah TV. The results of treatment with streptomycin plus pyrazinamide in patients with active pulmonary tuberculosis despite prolonged treatment with isoniazid plus PAS. Indian J Tuber 1960;II:85-94.

15. Bhatia AL. Characteristics of Indian tubercle bacilli. Ind J Chest Dis. 1961;3:147153.

16. Bhatia AL, Devadatta S, Mitchison DA, Radhakrishna S, Selkon JB, Subbaiah TV. The consistency of the virulence in the guinea pig of tubercle bacilli isolated on different occasions from south Indian patients before treatment. Tubercle 1961;42:317-321.

17. Ramakrishnan CV, Andrews RH, Devadatta S, Fox W, Radhakrishna S, Somasundaram PR, Velu S. Influence of segregation of tuberculosis patients for one year on the attack rate of tuberculosis in a 2-year period in close family contacts in south India. Bull World Health Organ 1961;24:129-148.

18. Devadatta S, Andrews RH, Angel JH, Bhatia AL, Fox W, Janardhanam B, Radhakrishna S, Ramakrishnan CV, Subbaiah TV, Velu S. Progress in the second and third years of patients with quiescent pulmonary tuberculosis after a year of chemotherapy at home or in sanatorium, and influence of further chemotherapy on the relapse rate. Bull World Health Organ 1961;24:149-175.

19. Gangadharam PRJ, Bhatia AL, Radhakrishna S, Selkon JB. Rate of inactivation of isoniazid in south Indian patients with pulmonary tuberculosis. 1. Microbiological assay of isoniazid in serum following a standard intramuscular dose. Bull World Health Organ 1961;25:765-777.

20. Selkon JB, Fox W, Gangadharam PRJ, Ramachandran K, Ramakrishnan CV, Velu S. Rate of inactivation of isoniazid in south Indian patients with pulmonary tuberculosis. 2. Clinical implications in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis with isoniazid either alone or in combination with PAS. Bull World Health Organ 1961;25:779-792.

21. Gangadharam PRJ, Devadatta S, Fox W, Nair CN, Selkon JB. Rate of inactivation of isoniazid in south Indian patients with pulmonary tuberculosis. 3. Serum concentrations of isoniazid produced by three regimens of isoniazid alone and one of isoniazid plus PAS. Bull World Health Organ 1961;25:793-806.

22. Mitchison D, Bhatia AL, Radhakrishna S, Selkon JB, Subbaiah TV, Wallace JG. The virulence in the guinea pig of tubercle bacilli isolated before treatment from south Indian patients with pulmonary tuberculosis. 1. Homogeneity of the investigation and a critique of the virulence test. Bull World Health Organ 1961;25:285-312.

23. Bhatia AL, Csillag A, Mitchison DA, Selkon JB, Somasundaram PR, Subbaiah TV. The virulence in the guinea pig of tubercle bacilli isolated before treatment from south Indian patients with pulmonary tuberculosis. 2. Comparison with virulence of tubercle bacilli from British patients. Bull World Health Organ 1961;25:313-322. **

24. Ramakrishnan CV, Bhatia AL, Fox W, Mitchison DA, Radhakrishna S, Selkon JB, Subbaiah TV, Velu S, Wallace JG . The virulence in the guinea pig of tubercle bacilli isolated before treatment from south Indian patients with pulmonary tuberculosis. 3. Virulence related to pretreatment status of disease and to response to chemotherapy. Bull World Health Organ 1961;25:323-338.

25. Ramakrishnan CV, Rajendran K, Jacob PG, Fox W, Radhakrishna S. The role of diet in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis. An evaluation in a controlled chemotherapy study in home and sanatorium patients in south India. Bull World Health Organ 1961;25:339-359.

26. Ramakrishnan CV, Andrews RH, Devadatta S, Fox W, Radhakrishna S, Somasundaram PR, Velu S. Prevalence and early attack rate of tuberculosis among close family contacts of tuberculous patients in south India under domiciliary treatment with isoniazid plus PAS or isoniazid alone. Bull World Health Organ 1961;25:361-407.

27. Velu S, Andrews RH, Angel JH, Devadatta S, Fox W, Gangadharam PRJ, Narayana ASL, Ramakrishnan CV, Selkon JB, Somasundaram PR. Progress in the second year of patients with quiescent pulmonary tuberculosis after a year of domiciliary chemotherapy, and influence of further chemotherapy on the relapse rate. Bull World Health Organ 1961;25:409-429.

28. Thomas KL, Joseph S, Subbaiah TV, Selkon JB. Identification of tubercle bacilli from Indian patients with pulmonary tuberculosis. Bull World Health Organ 1961;25:747-758.

29. Subbaiah TV, Bhatia AL, Geraghty E, Mitchison DA, Radhakrishna S, Selkon JB. The virulence in the guinea pig of isoniazid-sensitive tubercle bacilli isolated from south Indian patients before treatment and after three months of chemotherapy. Bull World Health Organ 1961;25:759-764.

30. Devadatta S, Bhatia AL, Andrews RH, Fox W, Mitchison DA, Radhakrishna S, Ramakrishnan CV, Selkon JB, Velu S. Response of patients infected with isoniazid-resistant tubercle bacilli to treatment with isoniazid plus PAS isoniazid alone. Bull World Health Organ 1961;25:807-829.

31. Subbaiah TV, Ramachandran K. The consistency of the susceptibility to hydrogen peroxide of tubercle bacilli isolated from south Indian patients before treatment. Tubercle 1961;42:322-324.

32. Varma KG. Effect of P-aminosalycyclic acid (PAS) on the loss of acid-fastness produced in tubercle bacilli by isoniazid. Indian J Med Res 1961;49:194-195.

33. Velu S, Andrews RH, Angel JH, Devadatta S, Fox W, Jacob PG, Nair CN, Ramakrishnan CV. Streptomycin plus pyarazinamide in the treatment of patients excreting isoniazid-resistant tubercle bacilli, following previous chemotherapy. Tubercle 1961;42:136-147.

34. Velu S, Narayana ASL, Subbaiah TV. A comparison of the results of bacteriological examination of a sputum collection and a pair of laryngeal swab specimens in patients receiving chemotherapy for pulmonary tuberculosis. Indian J Tuber 1961;VIII:128-139.

35. Wallace JG, Mitchison DA, Rees RJW, Bhatia AL, Gangadharam PRJ. The virulence of south Indian tubercle bacilli in mice and guinea pigs infected by the intravenous route. Tubercle 1961;42:212-217.

 

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