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Hydatid disease of liver and disseminated hydatidosis: anatomical, microbiological and radiological perspective
Ashfaq Ul Hassan,Obaid,Sajid Shafi,Muneeb Ul Hassan
International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences , 2013, DOI: 10.5455/2320-6012.ijrms20130813
Abstract: The article underlies the geographic locations of the disease as the disease is not uniformly distributed and is common in certain parts of the world and rare in other parts. The article tries to summarize the microbiological aspects along with the anatomical and surgical perspectives for in depth knowledge and reasons for spread of disease. The photographs indicate the radiological spectrum of the disease in line with the text. [Int J Res Med Sci 2013; 1(3.000): 188-190]
An Efficient Activated Carbon for the Wastewater Treatment, Prepared from Peanut Shell  [PDF]
Mohammad Sadiq, Sajid Hussian
Modern Research in Catalysis (MRC) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/mrc.2013.24020
Abstract: My group is actively involved in the research “Preparation of activated carbon from peanut shell, characterization and its use as adsorbent and as a support for catalyst. The paper published in the MRC entitle “An Efficient Activated Carbon for the Wastewater Treatment, Prepared from Peanut Shell” Modern Research in Catalysis, 2013, 2, 148-156, was submitted in the earlier stage of research, at present stage I am fully convinced that the kinetic section of the paper is totally incorrect. Therefore I appeal that remove the paper from the Journal site to avoid the citation of incorrect literature.
Cultural Influences on the Presentation of Depression  [PDF]
Ahmed Mohamed Abdel Shafi, Reem Mohamed Abdel Shafi
Open Journal of Psychiatry (OJPsych) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojpsych.2014.44045

Depression is predicted to become the second highest disease burden by 2020 as well as being a common mental health condition across the globe. Nevertheless, the presentation of depression varies depending on several factors with the patient’s cultural background playing a significant role. Although depression is such a universal condition, the manner of how a patient presents not only affects the clinician’s ability to make a diagnosis, but ultimately affects the wellbeing of the patient. It is therefore paramount that as clinicians we appreciate how culture not only affects the presentation of depression but also how cultural beliefs affect the patient’s acceptance of such a diagnosis.

An Appraisal of Gender Mainstreaming in Census of India 2011  [PDF]
Mohmad Saleem Jahangir, Aneesa Shafi
Advances in Applied Sociology (AASoci) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/aasoci.2013.35029

Population census is a total process of collecting, compiling, evaluating, analyzing and publishing demographic, economic and social data pertaining, at a specified time, to all persons in a country or in a well defined part of a country, drawing valid conclusions in situations of uncertainty and variability. Usually in the context of prevailing gender discrimination issues, the figures revealed by means of census also have divulged gender bias. Taking notice of this, efforts were made to make Census of India 2011 gender sensitive in order to reveal a gender sensitive and objective picture of Indian population. The present paper aims to understand and evaluate the whole activity of Census of India 2011 as a tool ensuring gender mainstreaming.

Mathematical Analysis on Pulsatile Flow through a Catheterized Stenosed Artery  [PDF]
Shafi Ullah Siddiqui, Chhama Awasthi
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (JAMP) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2017.59157
Abstract: In this paper, the pulsatile flow of blood through an inclined catheterized stenosed artery is analyzed. Perturbation method is used to solve the implicit system of partial differential equations with suitable boundary conditions. Various analytical expressions axial velocity, flow rate, wall shear stress and effective viscosity have been derived with the help of MATLAB for understanding the fluid flow phenomena. The combined effect of catheterization, body acceleration, slip and inclination has been seen by plotting the graph and observed that axial velocity and flow rate increases with the increase in body acceleration, inclination angle and slip velocity while axial velocity diminishes on increasing the catheter radius. Wall shear stress increases with the increase in catheter radius and body acceleration but presence of slip velocity reduces the wall shear stress. Effective viscosity diminishes on increasing body acceleration and inclination angle, whereas slightly augmented in non-inclined stenosed artery.
Recent Developments on Chaos in Mechanical Systems
Mohammad Sajid
International Journal on Theoretical and Applied Research in Mechanical Engineering , 2013,
Abstract: Recent advancements in complexity of mechanical systems have led to the application of chaos theory. In this paper, some recent developments on chaos in mechanical systems are explored. The aim is to bring together researchers from various interests of mechanical systems, exposing them to chaos theory. This exposure gives researchers from the discipline of mechanical systems to find opportunity of cross disciplinary research, which may ultimately lead to novel solutions and understanding of mechanical systems.
The Professional Medical Journal , 2007,
Abstract: Objective: (1) To find out the result of drug to what extent it reduces the need for sedatives. (2) Tocompare the results with other treatment. Study Design: Prospective analytical. Setting: Tetanus ward D.H.Q.Hospital Faisalabad/ Subjects & Methods: Six patients with Tetanus were studied Inclusion Criteria: Adultmale&females suffering from Tetanus. Exclusion Criteria: Patient with known peptic ulcer disease and benignprostatic hyperplasia. Results: Six patients were given trial of Atropine infusions with continuous monitoring of pulseand blood pressure. Patients were provided conventional sedation along with Atropine infusion. The requirement ofsedative drug was significantly reduced when the dose of Atropine was gradually increased. The patients remainedmentally alert with marked reduction in muscle spasm, convulsion ,no element of anxiety or agitation. Respiratoryproblems were minimized. One female expired probably due to septic shock from induced abortion. Conclusion:Atropine sulphate is cheaper drug ,easily available ,short half life, minimal side effect and much important in developingand under developed countries where ICU facilities are not available.
The Professional Medical Journal , 2007,
Abstract: Objective: To review our results of management and compare them withother published series. Design: Retrospective study. Period: July 1995 to June 2006. Setting: Department ofPaediatric Surgery, Allied Hospital, Faisalabad. Patients and Methods: The record of all patients was reviewed.Results: A total of 102 patients were managed during this period. They were predominantly males. Eighty four percentwere under 1 year while more than half under 6 months. Two thirds four of the cases presented between the monthsof March and August. Intussusception was preceded by a about of acute gastroenteries in over one third of the cases.Mean duration of symptoms before presentation was 72 hours. All cases except one, underwent surgical exploration.At operation resection and anastomosis had to be done in nearly 60%. Wound infection (12%) and wound dehiscence(2%) were the major complications. Mortality rate was 8%. Conclusion: The management of intussusception in oursetting is unsatisfactory when compared to the international standards. A high index of suspicion leading to earlycoupled with an inprocement in the management standards is needed.
Muhammad Sajid
The Professional Medical Journal , 1995,
Abstract: A 49 years old lady presented with acute intestinal obstruction after one year of abdominal hysterectomy.On explorative laparotomy, a surgical sponge was found in the lumen of the small gut. The sponge was leftbehind in the peritoneal cavity during previous surgery and latter on eroded into the lumen of small bowelcausing obstruction.
The Professional Medical Journal , 2002,
Abstract: O BJECTIVE: To assess the type of anorectal anomalies among the patients presenting to us and to compare ourresults with other published series. DESIGN: Retrospective study. PERIOD: July 1995 to December 2001. SETTING:Department of Paediatric Surgery, Allied Hospital, Faisalabad. PATIENTS & METHODS: All patients presentingto the Department of Paediatric Surgery, Allied Hospital, Faisalabad for management of anorectal anomalies wereincluded in the study. The patients presented either for the initial management, for the definitive procedure, colostomyclosure or management of complications. RESULTS: A total of 365 patients were managed during the study period. Ofthese 265 patients presented for the initial management. The majority (60.37%) came within 72 hours. M:F ratio was1.85 : 1. High and intermediate anomalies constituted 56.1%. Initially Colostomy was done in 160 cases and Anoplasty/Cut Back in 93. Of the 160 patients in whom an initial colostomy was performed to date only 43 have had the definitiveprocedure done. Posterior Sagittal Anorectoplasty (PSARP) was done in 30 cases and Anterior Sagittal Anorectoplasty(ASARP) in 11 cases. Colostomy closure was done in 27 patients. Among postoperative complications wound infectionwas the commonest. Continence rate on follow up is within the acceptable range. Recorded mortality was low but we noteda significant percentage of ‘hidden’ mortality. CONCLUSION: Colostomy performed in patients with anorectalmalformations is a major cause of the ‘hidden’ mortality associated with the management of this condition. Proper careof the colostomy needs to be achieved to reduce this.
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