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Medicine is ever changing, so also medical practitioners
Mohammed Asif Haneef
Journal of Medical and Allied Sciences , 2011,
Studies on Delaminating Effects on Stress Development in Composite Structures
Mohammed Haneef,Shabbir Ahmed R M,Mohammed Mohsin Ali
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2011,
Risk factors among patients with acute coronary syndrome in rural Kerala
Babu Abraham,Haneef Mohammed,Joseph Anupama,Noone Manjula
Indian Journal of Community Medicine , 2010,
Transient And DC Analysis Microcontroller 8051 at 0.5 micro Technology for High Speed Applications
Haneef Khan,Amit
International Journal of Soft Computing & Engineering , 2012,
Abstract: This paper presents the different types of analysis such as Transient and DC. The Schematic Design of 8051 microcontroller is based upon 0.5μm CMOS Technology using Tanner Tools and focused mainly on four components (SRAM, Interrupt Controller, ALU, CPU). An efficient and practical 8051 microcontroller has been proposed for solving the problem like to minimize the time delay during the operation and minimize the noise margin using different module level, by reducing the number of transistor in 8051 microcontroller its functioning speed goes rises, size & cost reduce.
International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology , 2012,
Abstract: A high-quality manufacturing system should be capable to meet the company goals. Moreover, it is essential for any organization that its manufacturing system should be aligned with company’s strategy. There is always a potential for improvement in components of manufacturing systems but it is also essential to identify theparticular areas of the components that need improvement. In this paper, we have discussed the most appropriate criterion for good manufacturing systems with the help of a survey that indentified the importance of seven different criteria according to the experts experience and we ranked them accordingly.
Tolerance to Allelopathy by Effective Microorganisms (EM) in Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.)
Rukhsana Bajwa,Bushra Haneef,Arshad Javaid
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 1999,
Abstract: Aqueous leaf extract of Syzygium cumini (L.) Skeels significantly reduced the root and shoot growth, pod yield and uptake of nitrogen and phosphorus in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.). Effective Micro-organisms (EM) application provided sufficient relief to chickpea against allelopathic stress due to aqueous leaf extract. Consequently the root and shoot growth, pod yield and shoot nitrogen content of EM inoculated plants were significantly enhanced as compared to non-inoculated plants. However, adverse impact of extract on shoot phosphorus content remained unchanged by EM application.
Nail changes and disorders among the elderly
Singh Gurcharan,Haneef Nayeem,A Uday
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 2005,
Abstract: Nail disorders are frequent among the geriatric population. This is due in part to the impaired circulation and in particular, susceptibility of the senile nail to fungal infections, faulty biomechanics, neoplasms, concurrent dermatological or systemic diseases, and related treatments. With aging, the rate of growth, color, contour, surface, thickness, chemical composition and histology of the nail unit change. Age associated disorders include brittle nails, trachyonychia, onychauxis, pachyonychia, onychogryphosis, onychophosis, onychoclavus, onychocryptosis, onycholysis, infections, infestations, splinter hemorrhages, subungual hematoma, subungual exostosis and malignancies. Awareness of the symptoms, signs and treatment options for these changes and disorders will enable us to assess and manage the conditions involving the nails of this large and growing segment of the population in a better way.
Handwritten Multiscript Numeral Recognition using Artificial Neural Networks
Stuti Asthana,Farha Haneef,Rakesh K Bhujade
International Journal of Soft Computing & Engineering , 2011,
Abstract: Handwritten Numeral recognition plays a vital role in postal automation services especially in countries like India where multiple languages and scripts are used .Because of intermixing of these languages; it is very difficult to understand the script in which the pin code is written. Objective of this paper is to resolve this problem through Multilayer feed-forward back-propagation algorithm using two hidden layer. This work has been tested on five different popular Indian scripts namely Devnagri, English, Urdu, Tamil and Telugu. Network was trained to learn its behavior by adjusting the connection strengths on every iteration. The resultant of each presented training pattern was calculated to identify the minima on the error surface for each training pattern. Experiments were performed on samples by using two hidden layers and the results revealed that as the number of hidden layers is increased, more accuracy is achieved in large number of epochs.
Vitamin-Responsive Epileptic Encephalopathies in Children
Satish Agadi,Michael M. Quach,Zulfi Haneef
Epilepsy Research and Treatment , 2013, DOI: 10.1155/2013/510529
Abstract: Untreated epileptic encephalopathies in children may potentially have disastrous outcomes. Treatment with antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) often may not control the seizures, and even if they do, this measure is only symptomatic and not specific. It is especially valuable to identify potential underlying conditions that have specific treatments. Only a few conditions have definitive treatments that can potentially modify the natural course of disease. In this paper, we discuss the few such conditions that are responsive to vitamin or vitamin derivatives. 1. Introduction Epileptic encephalopathies (EEs) are conditions in which progressive cognitive and neuropsychological regression occurs, attributable to excessive ictal and interictal epileptogenic activity during brain maturation [1]. The progression in such disorders is mostly relentless and leads to irreversible damage to the developing brain. Original classification of International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) included only a few conditions under strict criteria of EE; however, in 2010, they extended the definition to any form of epilepsy that can cause encephalopathic effect [2]. Most of these conditions are managed symptomatically with AEDs; very rarely do these conditions have treatable underlying causes, including genetic, metabolic, autoimmune, and nutritional causes. Treatment with a specific vitamin or vitamin derivative in these specific cases may halt such inexorable progression. 2. Pyridoxine Dependent Epilepsy (PDE) Hunt and colleagues reported the first case of intractable epilepsy in an infant controlled by pyridoxine in 1954 [3]. Subsequently, many anecdotal case reports surfaced [4, 5]. For a while, it was speculated that a mutation affecting Glutamate decarboxylase (GAD) was the cause for PDE. However, Battaglioli and colleagues showed that GAD mutation is not linked to PDE [6]. In 2006, Mills et al. for the first time reported that alpha aminoadipic semialdehyde dehydrogenase (antiquitin) deficiency due to ALDH1A7 mutation is a cause for PDE [7]. It usually manifest in neonatal period. The affected neonates usually manifest within the first few hours after birth with seizures. The seizure evolves into status epilepticus despite adequate treatment with AEDs. An antenatal history of unusual fetal movements indicating intrauterine seizures may be present although this is not very common. The seizure semiology is quite variable with focal, generalized, myoclonic, epileptic spasms, and/or mixed seizure patterns. PDE can be easily confused with hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy or sepsis due
Correlation of Endoscopic Findings with Various Helicobacter pylori Tests among Dyspeptic Patients  [PDF]
Mohammed O. Mohammed
International Journal of Clinical Medicine (IJCM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ijcm.2014.519151
Abstract: Background: Helicobacter pylori is the most common chronic bacterial infection, and a significant etiological factor in acid peptic diseases and gastric cancer. Dyspepsia is a common gastrointestinal disorder, and the most common indication for gastroscopy. Detection of H. pylori during endoscopy has become standard clinical practice. Elevated levels of inflammatory markers such as C-reactive protein (CRP), are associated with pathological changes, and hence give useful information for exact diagnosis and therapy. Objectives: To determine the relationship between endoscopic findings, highly sensitive C-reactive protein level (hs-CRP) and H. pylori infection among dyspeptic patients using serological tests, stool antigen for H. pylori and antral histology. Methods: This was a prospective study; patients with dyspepsia, who referred to Kurdistan Teaching Center of Gastroenterology & Hepatology in Sulaimani City were assessed, during the period of December 2012 to March 2014. They underwent gastroscopy, and biopsies were taken from the corpus and antral portions of antral portion for histopathological exam. Patients’ serum samples were tested for H. pylori infection using ELISA method to detect (IgG & IgA) anti-bodies and stool samples were examined using rapid immunoassay method to detect H. pylori antigens. hs-CRP was assessed using ELISA. Results: One hundred dyspeptic patients were included in the study. The mean age was 34.2 years and male comprised 54% of the study samples. The common findings in oesophagogastroduodenoscopy (OGD) examination were antral gastropathy (59%) and duodenal ulcer (21%). A statistically significant (P < 0.01) correlation was found between hs-CRP and H. pylori IgG and IgA levels (titer). There was a highly significant (P < 0.01) correlation between the level of H. pylori IgG and the endoscopic findings. The highest serum level of H. pylori IgG was found in duodenal ulcer and antral gastritis, (88.86 ± 42.0) and (70.05 ± 35.2) Au/ml, respectively. There was a highly significant correlation (P < 0.01) between endoscopic findings and H. pylori positive antral biopsy, in duodenal ulcer, antral gastritis and duodenitis was 100%, 94.9% and 75% respectively. Also duodenal ulcer and antral gastritis showed high mean and percentage but no significant differences in both H. pylori IgA and stool Antigen.
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