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Cysteine Reactivity and Oligomeric Structures of Phospholamban and Its Mutants†

Christine B. Karim, John D. Stamm, Jawed Karim, Larry R. Jones, David D. Thomas
1998 Biochemistry  
Biochemistry, Vol. 37, No. 35, 1998 Karim et al. Biochemistry, Vol. 37, No. 35, 1998 Karim et al.  ...  ( 0.04 (n ) 2) 3.18 ( 0.12 (n ) 2) monomer 37.2 ( 0.1 (n ) 2) 58.8 ( 0.1 0.17 ( 0.01 C36,46A 0.10 (n ) 1) 0.15 (n ) 1) pentamer N/A N/A N/A Biochemistry, Vol. 37, No. 35, 1998 Karim  ... 
doi:10.1021/bi980642n pmid:9724519 fatcat:ba4hqb6cgrgx3nvi6fqwpej7fe

Spigelian hernia: a rare abdominal hernia

Sajid Hussain, Shakil Jawed, Zamurrad Parveen, Md. Asjad Karim Bakhteyar
2018 International Surgery Journal  
Spigelian hernia is a rare variety of abdominal wall hernia occurring through the spigelian fascia which is composed of the aponeurotic layer between rectus muscle medially and semilunar line laterally. Generally it is difficult to diagnose because of their location and non specific symptoms. Diagnosis is aided by ultrasonography and Computerized Tomography. Once the diagnosis is confirmed, it is repaired surgically as risk of incarceration is high. We reported this interesting case of
more » ... hernia with associated port site hernia in a 53 year old female patient from Arwal district, Bihar who presented with occasional lower abdominal pain. The hernia was reduced and defect was repaired. Her recovery was uneventful.
doi:10.18203/2349-2902.isj20185049 fatcat:nffhrhpdm5hlhj5aajthpswxai

Prevalence of Obstructive Lung Disease in Asymptomatic Gas Field Workers

Fatima Zaina, Salva Arshad, Jawed Abubaker, Arsalan Ahmed, Musa Karim
2018 Cureus  
Introduction Obstructive lung disease, if not managed appropriately and in a timely manner, increases morbidity and mortality. The aim of this study was to see an obstruction on spirometry reports of clinically asymptomatic oil and gas field workers. Methods In this retrospective observational study, spirometry reports performed at the pulmonary function laboratory of Ziauddin Hospital and University, Karachi, were reviewed. All reports were of the clinically asymptomatic employees of an oil
more » ... gas company in Pakistan, who presented for their routine assessment. Obstructive impairment was defined as a forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1) to forced vital capacity (FVC) ratio of less than 0.7. Results Of the total of 199 spirometry reports, 197 (99%) were of male employees. The mean age of the employees was 30.52 ± 8.24 years and 46 (23.1%) employee were smokers. Obstruction was observed in 48 (24.1%) of the reports of the employees with 13 (27.1%) smokers and 35 (72.9%) non-smokers. No statistically significant association between obstruction and gender, age, and smoking was observed. Conclusion In this study, we observed obstructive impairment in around one-fourth of the otherwise clinically asymptomatic oil and gas field workers with no apparent impact of baseline smoking behavior.
doi:10.7759/cureus.3580 pmid:30656084 pmcid:PMC6333259 fatcat:qkkdbukfz5dffdnbr53oetam5u

The effects of group composition on decision quality in a social production community

Shyong K. Lam, Jawed Karim, John Riedl
2010 Proceedings of the 16th ACM international conference on Supporting group work - GROUP '10  
Online social production communities allow efficient construction of valuable and high-quality information sources. To be successful, community members must be effective at collaboration, including making collective decisions in the presence of disagreement. We examined over 100,000 decisions made by small working groups in Wikipedia, and analyzed how decision quality in these online groups is influenced by four group composition factors: the size of the group, how members were invited to the
more » ... oup, the prior experience of group members, and apparent bias shown by the group administrator. Our findings lead us to recommendations for designers of social production communities. arise, and the community must make decisions about how to resolve conflict and move forward. Effective decision-making and conflict resolution processes are essential to a healthy community. Flawed processes may lead to poor decisions, which are costly to addressnot only can they increase coordination costs and process losses, they can also alienate users and cause them to leave.
doi:10.1145/1880071.1880083 dblp:conf/group/LamKR10 fatcat:dgaurvuu7bd3nijexjh65vwhtm

ROLE OF LUNG ULTRASOUND DURING WEANING IN PATIENT WITH MITRAL REGURGITATION POST ANGIOPLASTY

Mujtaba Hassan, Muhammad Imran Ansari, Jawed Abubaker, Madiha Umair, Komal Baloch, Musa Karim, Nawal Salahuddin
2022 Journal of Ayub Medical College  
We hypothesize that a change in lung ultrasound score (LUS) can assist in the early diagnosis of weaning-induced respiratory failure (RF). The objective of this study was to determine the utility of LUS in weaning patients with mitral regurgitation (MR) from mechanical ventilation (MV). Methods: This prospective observational study included patients with acute coronary syndrome (ACS) who required invasive MV after angiography/angioplasty. Echocardiography was performed and MR was recorded. When
more » ... the patient was considered ready for extubation, a spontaneous breathing trial (SBT) was performed and pre- and post-SBT LUS was calculated. Patients who successfully passed the SBT were extubated and followed up for 48 hours for the signs of RF and outcomes. Results: We enrolled 215 patients, out of which MR occurred in 51(23.7%) patients. On post-SBT lung ultrasound, patients with MR were more likely to have B2 lines compared to those without MR; 15.7% vs. 3.7%; p=0.002 and mean LUS was significantly higher for patients with MR as compared to patients without MR; 2.75±3.21 vs. 1.37± 2.02; p<0.001. Post-extubation RF and mean CCU stay were significantly higher in MR patients, 49.0% (25) vs. 32.3% (53); p=0.030 and 3.53±1.54 days vs. 2.41±1.1 days; p<0.001 respectively. However, re-intubation and coronary care unit (CCU) mortality rate were not significantly different between patients with and without MR; 7.8% (4/51) vs. 3.7% (6/164); p=0.215, and 5.9% (3/51) vs. 3% (5/164); p=0.35 respectively. Conclusions: Bedside LU is a convenient tool to detect changes in cardiopulmonary interactions during weaning for patients with MR post-ACS.
doi:10.55519/jamc-03-10145 fatcat:6aan7hrxlrfy7itkovtwooee6m

SITE OF CENTRAL VENOUS ACCESS IS NOT IMPORTANT FOR FLUID RESUSCITATION AND MONITORING

Muhammad Imran Ansari, Jawed Abubaker, Syed Zia Ullah, Adeel Sohail, Aziz Ur Rehman, Shazia Ahmad, Musa Karim
2019 Pakistan Armed Forces Medical Journal  
Objective: To find the correlation between thoracic and femoral central venous pressure (CVP) and changes in femoral CVP, if any, incurred by intra-abdominal pressure. Study Design: Cross sectional observational study. Place and Duration of Study: Coronary care unit of National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases Karachi, from Jul 2017 to Sep 2017. Material and Methods: We randomly selected 90 patients who had a thoracic central catheter and another femoral catheter in place. A central venous
more » ... ressure (CVP) pressure was recorded at both sites simultaneously with the same electronic transducer after zero calibration. An intra-abdominal pressure was also noted. Results: Ninety patients participated in our study where mean age was 58.90 ± 11.34 years. The mean thoracic CVP was 11.22 ± 3.53 mmHg while mean femoral CVP was 11.38 ± 3.53 mmHg, with a mean pressure difference of -0.16 mmHg between the two. We also calculated intra-abdominal pressure with mean of 6.20 ± 2.47 mmHg. The reliability of the two methods was determined by intra class coefficient model where we got a higher value of 0.97 with significant p-value of <0.001. We analyzed the limits of agreement between the two approaches by Bland and Altman plot, where the mean difference between thoracic and femoral CVP was -0.16 mmHg (95 % CI - 0.34 - 0.02). Conclusion: Central venous pressure can be reliably and accurately measured through femoral site.
doaj:fd72cfe0bea449e499cfe56fe3ab73e5 fatcat:cf6kw3ptkzdqhoqcp4ryw3jz7u

Evaluating the Knowledge of Endotracheal Cuff Pressure Monitoring Among Critical Care Providers by Palpation of Pilot Balloon and By Endotracheal Tube Cuff Manometer

Jawed Abubaker, Syed Zia Ullah, Shazia Ahmed, Aziz U Rehman Memon, Zohaib J Abubaker, Muhammad Imran Ansari, Musa Karim
2019 Cureus  
Introduction Mishandled endotracheal cuff pressure may either make ventilation difficult or cause damage to the airway. Therefore, the aim of this audit was to assess the knowledge about endotracheal cuff pressure monitoring with a manometer and manual palpation of pilot balloon among critical care providers. Methods This audit includes 150 critical care providers having experience of handling endotracheal tube (ETT) cuff at critical care area of National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases
more » ... CVD), Karachi from April 2017 to June 2017. Knowledge about endotracheal cuff pressure monitoring with the manometer and deleterious effects of mishandled ETT cuff was assessed using a self-reported questionnaire. Enrolled healthcare providers were asked to palpate the patient and cuff pressure was recorded and categorized. Results Out of 150 participants, 66 (44.0%) were doctors. Only 46 (30.67%) participants had prior knowledge about ETT cuff manometer and 110 (73.33%) had never used a manometer. Similarly only 42 (28.0%) had knowledge of hazardous effects of mishandled ETT cuff. Kappa coefficient of 0.155 with p=0.015 showed significant yet low agreement between participant prediction and the actual amount of air in cuff balloon. Agreement level was comparatively higher for staff as compared to doctors with a Kappa coefficient of 0.210 (p=0.018) vs. 0.133 (p=0.099). Conclusion In this study of knowledge and practice of ETT tube cuff pressure monitoring, we observed low levels of knowledge (30.67%), poor adherence to standard practice (73.33%) and were able to demonstrate poor agreement (Kappa coefficient 0.155; p=0.015) between the palpation method and cuff manometer measurements for assessing cuff pressure.
doi:10.7759/cureus.5061 pmid:31516773 pmcid:PMC6721888 fatcat:spizvuphprg5xmcsgoejmte4cm

Adding space and colour, without tying yourself in a knot, at the bladder neck-urethral stump anastomosis during radical prostatectomy

E W J Rowe, K H Attar, O M A Karim
2004 Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Diseases  
Rowe EWJ, Hama KH, Karim OMA. Increasing safety while decreasing stress at radical prostatectomy: a novel use of the scrubbing sponge. BJU Int 2004; 94: 188-189. 3 Sriprasad S et al.  ...  The end of the suture with the remaining needle is always placed nearer the open end of the jaws, enabling it to be released from the jaws first.  ... 
doi:10.1038/sj.pcan.4500729 pmid:15249930 fatcat:xg42pw3kpbaw5pzzkqxz3v6d7a

Cystic Lesion of Mandible: A Case Report

Dr Abhishek, Assistant Professor, Dentistry Department, Katihar Medical College & Hospital, Al-Karim University, Katihar, Bihar, India
2019 Journal of Medical Science And clinical Research  
A Case of swelling in the lower left side back region of jaw came in the Dentistry Department, Katihar Medical College, Al-Karim University(Figure 1a, 1b, & 1c).  ...  defines a cyst as "an abnormal cavity within a tissue, the contents of which may be fluid or semi-fluid, but not pus, at least at the onset', and conventionally the benign cystic lesions occurring in the jaws  ... 
doi:10.18535/jmscr/v7i7.63 fatcat:vchd3svs35apjc6o5ivnbbweqy

Page 64 of Index to Dental Literature Vol. , Issue [page]

1948 Index to Dental Literature  
Classification of cysts of the jaws. Alpha Omegan 43:171-178 Dec. 1949. Karim, A. Some observations on cysts, adamantin- omata and osteomyelitis of the jaws among the population in Malaya. Brit. D.  ...  Cysts of the jaws of developmental origin. Bul. Philadelphia Co. D. Soc. 12:122- 125, disc. 125-127 Feb. 1948; also J. Missouri D. A. 28:84-86 Mar. 1948.  ... 

Squemous Cell Carcinoma- Uncontrolled Growth of Abnormal Cells

Dr Abhishek, Assistant Professor, Dentistry Department, Katihar Medical College & Hospital, Al-Karim University, Katihar, Bihar
2019 Journal of Medical Science And clinical Research  
Conclusion In this paper we found rare occurrence of squamous cell carcinoma in the lower left back region of jaw.  ...  cause of death. 3 In male the chances of intra oral malignancy increases with increase in age. 4, 5 Case Report A 51-year-old male was referred to dentistry department, Katihar medical college, Al-karim  ... 
doi:10.18535/jmscr/v7i7.12 fatcat:fi5tzkpdnvhzxn4derwcjnxe6q

Page 1226 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 112, Issue 12 [page]

1986 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
Bathurst and Huu Hai Cao, HY Nov. 86, p1101-1104 clo: HY Nov. 86, p1104-1105 Non-Conventional Solution for River Mouth De- sign, HY Jan. 86, pl4-26 Jain, Subhash see Park, Inbo, Say Apr. 86, p267-280 Jawed  ...  . — HY Oct. 84, p1358-1370), HY Mar. 86, p246 see Karim, M. Fazle, HY Aug. 86, p705-715 Holly, Forrest M., Jr. Simulation of Missouri River Bed Degradation, with M.  ... 

Page 302 of Journal of Mass Spectrometry Vol. 39, Issue 3 [page]

2004 Journal of Mass Spectrometry  
Yuan JJ, Yang D, Zhang JY, Bible R, Karim A, Findlay JAW. Disposition of a specific Cox-2 inhibitor, Valdecoxib, in human. Drug Metab. Dispos. 2002; 30: 1013. .  ... 

Page 128 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 117, Issue 1 [page]

1991 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
Jarrett Khalid Jawed D. J. Jeffrey Scott A. Jenkins Roland Jeppson Oscar F. Jimenez Gerhard Jirka Suzanne Jiwani Harvey E. Jobson B. H. Johnson Perry L.  ...  Fazle Karim Bryan Karney Nikolaos Katopodes Rolf Kellerhals Donald R. Kendall John F. Kennedy Boris M. Khudenko David Kibler Jan Kimzey Ian P. King Ingemar Kinnmark Peter Kitanidis G. J.  ... 

Children dental trauma facts for emergent field management

Karim Poorsattar Bejeh-Mir, Arash Poorsattar Bejeh-Mir
2012 Asian Journal of Sports Medicine  
Moreover, applying mouth guards especially by those with severe class II malocclusion (forward location of upper jaw in relation to the lower jaw with protruded upper front teeth) could considerably reduce  ... 
pmid:22461968 pmcid:PMC3307969 fatcat:mzoeqonpzrhr5gyspz5hui25xe
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