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Global Food Safety—International Consumers’ Rights?
Malik Altaf Hussain
Foods , 2013, DOI: 10.3390/foods2040460
Abstract: Your submissions to this Special Issue “Food Microbiology and Safety” of Foods—a new open access journal—are welcome. We understand there are no foodborne illness-free zones in the world. Therefore, a proper understanding of foodborne pathogens and the factors that impact their growth, survival and pathogenesis would equip us with tools to ensure global food safety. This Special Issue publishes articles on different aspects of food microbiology and safety.
Economic Impact of Food Safety Outbreaks on Food Businesses
Malik Altaf Hussain,Christopher O. Dawson
Foods , 2013, DOI: 10.3390/foods2040585
Abstract: A globalized food trade, extensive production and complex supply chains are contributing toward an increased number of microbiological food safety outbreaks. Moreover, the volume of international food trade has increased to become very large. All of these factors are putting pressure on the food companies to meet global demand in order to be competitive. This scenario could force manufacturers to be lenient toward food safety control intentionally, or unintentionally, and result in a major foodborne outbreak that causes health problems and economic loss. The estimated cost of food safety incidents for the economy of the United States is around $7 billion per year which comes from notifying consumers, removing food from shelves, and paying damages as a result of lawsuits. Most other countries similarly have economic losses. Much of these losses represent lost markets, loss of consumer demand, litigation and company closures. Concrete steps are needed to improve safety of foods produced for local or overseas markets to avoid unexpected food scandals and economic losses.
PREVALENCE OF ACUTE APPENDICITIS
Altaf Hussain
The Professional Medical Journal , 1999,
Abstract: This study comprised of 100 patients of suspected appendicitis who underwent appendectomies. The diseaseaffected young adults more often males than females with male to female ratio 1.3:1. Higher number ofpatients came in hot season and belonged o middle socio-economic class. There were 14% negativeexplorations; the rate was almost double 20% in females as compared to male 9%.
APPENDECTOMY
Altaf Hussain
The Professional Medical Journal , 2000,
Abstract: A study of 100 consecutive cases of appendectomy is presented. Eighty three percent of them were operatedin emergency. Twenty six percent presented within 48 hours after the onset of symptoms, 46% reported late(after 2 days) and 28% came very late (after 3 days). Complication rate in the last group was highest (64%)and minimum (9%) in the first group. Histopathology revealed non-obstructive acute appendicitis (66%),normal appendices (14%), gangrenous appendicitis (10%), perforated appendix with peritonitis (9%) andtuberculosis in 1%. Twenty five percent had wound infection, 2% had intra abdominal abscess, one hadwound dehiscence and one patient had fecal fistula. There was no mortality in these cases.
CLOACAL EXSTROPHY
Altaf Hussain Rathore
The Professional Medical Journal , 1997,
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GASTROSCHISIS
Altaf Hussain Rathore
The Professional Medical Journal , 1997,
Abstract: We present three cases with a rare congenitalanomaly called gastroschisis. One was born withwhole midgut protruding out of the abdominal wall;the eviscerated gut was nonviable for whichresection was done. Two cases had staged reductionby prosthetic silo made of new material. First casedied after the operation, second case has survivedwith a big ventral hernia and third case died 8 hoursafter operation due to prematurity.
TRUE HERMAPHRODITE
Altaf Hussain Rathore
The Professional Medical Journal , 1995,
Abstract: A rare case of true hermaphrodite is presented. He was brought up as a male and his bar bodies were negative.
ULTRASONOGRAPHY IN ACUTE APPENDICITIS
Altaf Hussain Rathore
The Professional Medical Journal , 1995,
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INJURIES DURING AFGHANISTAN CIVIL WAR
Altaf Hussain Rathore
The Professional Medical Journal , 1994,
Abstract: Our experience of injuries during recent Afghanistan civil war is presented. There were more bomb, missileand mine blast injuries and less gun shot and stab injuries. Lower limb injuries were most common. Smallintestine was commonly injured viscera. There were less amputations due to availability of the vascularsurgeon. External fixatures were found to be the most useful for the fixation of long bone fractures.
OMPHALOCELE AND GASTROSCHISIS
Altaf Hussain Rathore
The Professional Medical Journal , 1998,
Abstract: Omphalocele and gastroschisis are rare congenital anamolies characterized by a defect in the abdominal wallthrough which abdominal contents are eviscerated. Though each anamoly has a different embryological basisbut treatment of both malformations is almost the same. Once their mortality was as high as 90% but tobetter understanding of neonatal physiology, improved pre and post operative care and above prolongedpost-operative respiratory support and parental feeding the survival rate of the uncomplicated cases havegone as high as 90% .
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