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Cervicothoracic Fixation by Domino Connector in Cervicothoracic Junction Tuberculosis–A Case Report

Md. Rezaul Amin, Moududul Haque, Haradhan Dev Nath, ABM Manwar Hossain, Mohammad Shahnawaz Bari
2020 Indian Journal of Neurotrauma  
AbstractCervicothoracic junction tuberculosis involves the C7 to D3 levels of the spine which constitutes 5% of all spinal tuberculosis. As the cervicothoracic junction is transitional zone and a weight-bearing area, the anatomical considerations for treatment of cervicothoracic junction is very difficult. We did a lateral mass screw for C5, 6, and 7 and pedicle screw of D3 and 4 levels, and connected cervical 3.5 mm rod with thoracic 5.5 mm rod using a domino connector. We gave
more » ... therapy for 18 months. We followed-up the patient routinely and she significantly improved.
doi:10.1055/s-0040-1713077 fatcat:w2ckv426vreeljc775dqhbgbou

Prevention of Intra-Operative Cerebrospinal Fluid Leaks by Lumbar Cerebrospinal Fluid Drainage during Endoscopic Endonasal Trans- Sphenoidal Surgery for Pituitary Macroadenomas

Mohammad Shahnawaz Bari, Shaireen Akhtar, Md Shamsul Alam, Md Atikur Rahman, Asifur Rahman, Rezaul Amin, Ayub Ansari, Haradhon Debnath, Dhiman Chowdhury, Mohammad Hossain, Kanak Kanti Barua
2020 Bangladesh Journal of Neurosurgery  
Aim and Objective: Postoperative cerebrospinal fluid leak is a recognized complication of endoscopic endonasal trans- sphenoidal surgery for pituitary macroadenomas. In this study we assess the utility of prophylactic use of lumbar drain in preventing intra-operative cerebrospinal fluid leakage during endscopic endonasal transsphenoidal surgery for pituitary macroadenoma which will ultimately reduce the rate of persistent post-operative cerebrospinal fluid leakage. Materials and Methods: 34
more » ... ents who underwent endscopic endonasal transsphenoidal surgery for pituitary macroadenoma were dividedd into two groups by non-probability convenient sampling technique. In one group of which lumbar subarachnoid drain were given just before induction of anesthesia named LD Group and another group went through conventional method without giving lumbar drain named No LD Group. In all patients of LD Group 20-30 ml of CSF was drawn through lumbar drain before giving dural incision. Valsalva maneuver was used in each group to identify intraoperative CSF leaks at the end of definitive surgery before repairing the sellar floor.Zero degree rigid endoscope was used in all cases. Intraoperative CSF leak was categorized as 'Yes' or 'No' which was decided by surgeon.Lumbar drains were removed within 24 hours of operation in 16 patients of LD Group and in case 1,who developed intraoperative CSF leak, lumbar drain was removed later. Results: Thirty four patients were eligible for inclusion, of which 17 were assigned to the LD Group and 17 to the no LD Group. There were no statistically significant differences in patient demographics, tumor pathology, or radiology between the two groups. In LD Group intraoperative CSF leak occurred in 1(5.9%) patient and leak did not occur in 16(94.1%) patients, in No LD Group intraoperative CSF leak occurred in 14(82.4%) patients and leak did not occur in 3(17.6%) patients. Intraoperative CSF drainage significantly reduced the incidence of intraoperative CSF leaks from 82.4% in the No LD group to 5.9% in the LD group (P < 0.001). There were no catheter related complications. Conclusion: Intraoperative CSF drainage significantly reduces the incidence of intraoperative CSF leakage in patients undergoing endoscopic endonasal transsphenoidal surgery for pituitary macroadenomas. Bang. J Neurosurgery 2020; 10(1): 52-56
doi:10.3329/bjns.v10i1.49162 fatcat:rmzuecziznf47n4pzvceiacsk4

Fabrication, Characterization, and Modelling of Self-Assembled Silicon Nanostructure Vacuum Field Emission Devices [article]

Mohammad Rezaul Bari, University Of Canterbury
The foundation of vacuum nanoelectronics was laid as early as in 1961 when Kenneth Shoulders proposed the development of vertical field-emission micro-triodes. After years of conspicuous stagnancy in the field much interest has reemerged for the vacuum nanoelectronics in recent years. Electron field emission under high electric field from conventional and exotic nanoemitters, which have now been made possible with the use of modern day technology, has been the driving force behind this renewal
more » ... f interest in vacuum nanoelectronics. In the research reported in this thesis self-assembled silicon nanostructures were studied as a potential source of field emission for vacuum nanoelectronic device applications. Whiskerlike protruding silicon nanostructures were grown on untreated n- and p-type silicon surfaces using electron-beam annealing under high vacuum. The electrical transport characteristics of the silicon nanostructures were investigated using conductive atomic force microscopy (C-AFM). Higher electrical conductivities for the nanostructured surface compared to that for the surrounding planar silicon substrate region were observed. Non-ideal diode behaviour with high ideality factors were reported for the individual nanostructure-AFM tip Schottky nanocontacts. This demonstration, indicative of the presence of a significant field emission component in the analysed current transport phenomena was also detailed. Field emission from these nanostructures was demonstrated qualitatively in a lift-mode interleave C-AFM study. A technique to fabricate integrated field emission diodes using silicon nanostructures in a CMOS process technology was developed. The process incorporated the nanostructure growth phase at the closing steps in the process flow. Turn-on voltages as low as ~ 0.6 V were reported for these devices, which make them good candidates for incorporation into standard CMOS circuit applications. Reproducible I V characteristics exhibited by these fabricated devices were further studied and field emission pa [...]
doi:10.26021/2734 fatcat:chqu5b6ybzhfjdhzmipe6coihu

Total phenol content of different varieties of brinjal (Solanum melongena L.) and potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) growing in Bangladesh

Nazma Shaheen, Ali Abbas Mohammad Kurshed, Kazi Muhammad Rezaul Karim, Md Mohiduzzaman, Cadi Parvin Banu, Momtaz Begum, Yuko Takano Ishikawa
2013 Bangladesh Journal of Botany  
Findings of present study indicate that BARI Begun-8, high yielding varieties of Solanum melongena and Solanum tuberosum with peel are good sources of polyphenols and therefore may contribute as a source  ...  The descending order of Solanum melongena according to moisture content are BARI Begun-5 (81.6%) > BARI Begun 1 (80.22%)>, BARI Begun-8 (80.16%)>, WHITE Begun (79.0%)>, BARI Begun-6 (75.04%) (Table 2  ...  Highest difference in TPC of different varieties of potatoes with and without peel was found in BARI ALU-24 (Asterix) and lowest in BARI ALU-8 (Cardinal).  ... 
doi:10.3329/bjb.v42i1.15909 fatcat:opjkfmrq5fd6rfzujlawxsmjdu

College News and CPD Programme

Prof Tahmina Begum
2012 Journal of Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons  
Mohammad Anwarul Bari Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka Medicine 079-7167 Dr. Mohammad Rafiqul Islam Mymensing Medical College, Mymensing Medicine 079-7174 Dr.  ...  AKM Rezaul Islam Rangpur Medical College, Rangpr Ophthalmology 079-9317 Dr.  ... 
doi:10.3329/jbcps.v29i4.11350 fatcat:ega6iohyrncsrdepn6fvznpmza

College News 32(4)

HAM Nazmul Ahasan
2015 Journal of Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons  
Name 085-7709 Zohra Liza 085-8259 Amrita Lal Halder 085-8720 Mohammad Mashiur Rahman 085-9457 Md. Fazlul Bari 085-7727 Nasrin Hasan 085-8266 Noor-A-Sabah Liza 085-9460 Md.  ...  Rezaul Karim Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka 085-7269 Debasish Kumar Ghosh Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka 085-7275 Chandra Shekhar Bala Khulna Medical College, Khulna 085-7311 Mohammad Majharul Haque Dhaka  ... 
doi:10.3329/jbcps.v32i4.26116 fatcat:qrvn2n2h4feexl3r56nu6lywmm

ICSCT 2021 Table of Contents

2021 2021 International Conference on Science & Contemporary Technologies (ICSCT)  
Fatin Facial Expression Recognition Using CNN-LSTM Approach ; Azim, Rezaul ; Mahmud, Md.  ...  Asfaqur ; Sarker, Mohammad Hassan, Md.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icsct53883.2021.9642412 fatcat:syokz2mjmvdihnss5eugmqmoli

College News Vol.36(4)

HAM Nazmul Ahasan
2018 Journal of Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons  
Haematology Sir Salimullah Medical College, Dhaka 240041 Sharif Mohammad Rezaul Masud Medicine Sher-E-Bangla Medical College, Barisal 240054 Md.  ...  Rezaul Islam Medicine Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka 240073 Md.  ... 
doi:10.3329/jbcps.v36i4.38191 fatcat:3aba5l5z4ve2xlzwcvx444dkuy

Effects of white matter on EEG of multi-layered spherical head models

Md Rezaul Bashar, Yan Li, Peng Wen
2008 2008 International Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering  
Mann Md Rezaul Bashar, Van Li and Peng 59 Wen G. Gopu, R.  ...  Rezaul Karim, Md. Gahangir Hossain, Md. Shamsul Arefm and Md. Monjur- UI-Hasan Application of Artificial Neural Network in Social icece0216 Md.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icece.2008.4769173 fatcat:znlx3blkobgrbkvaj3zvygyktm

College News Vol.30(2)

Anup Kumar Saha
2012 Journal of Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons  
Abul Bashar Mohammad Rezaul Karim Mir Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka Medicine 080-7376 Dr. Ratindra Nath Mondol Dr. Al Mamun Hossain Rajshahi Medical College, Rashahi Paediatrics 080-8075 Dr.  ...  S M Shafiul Bari Rashel Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka Obst. and Gynae 080-7908 Dr. Tasnim Khanom Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka Ophthalmology 080-7911 Dr.  ... 
doi:10.3329/jbcps.v30i2.11424 fatcat:grkrg23tk5crdk5r65dg3ho46y

EMBC 2020 Committees

2020 2020 42nd Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society (EMBC)  
Biorobotics and Biomechanics Begg, Rezaul BuSha, Brett Casals, Alicia Fey, Nicholas Finley, James Koopman, Bart Masia, Lorenzo Micera, Silvestro Padilha Lanari Bó, Antônio Patton, James Ricotti  ...  Ahmedt-Aristizabal, David Ahn, ChiBum Ahn, Shawn Ajčević, Miloš Akan, Aydin Akay, Yasemin M Akbar, Md Navid Akhloufi, Moulay Akhtar, Muhammad Tahir Akutagawa, Masatake Al Abed, Amr Al-Abed, Mohammad  ... 
doi:10.1109/embc44109.2020.9176354 fatcat:cdxbyae5mfeyrovz3izw5q3qxq

The Assessment of Four Crop-Based Cropping System Productivity, Nutrient Uptake and Soil Fertility With Existing Cropping Systems

Md. Abdul Quddus, Md. Alamgir Siddiky, Khokan Kumer Sarker, Mohibur Rahman, Mohammad Ayub Hossain Khan, Md. Anarul Islam, Mohammad Rezaul Karim, Md. Faruque Hossain
2022 Journal of Agricultural Science  
Hence field trial on different cropping systems were conducted in Regional pulses Research Station (RPRS), BARI, Madaripur and the adjacent farmers&rsquo; field of RPRS during 2013-14 and 2014-15 to compare  ...  BARI Sarisa-14), lentil (cv. BARI Masur-7), field pea (cv. BARI Fieldpea-1), mungbea (cv. BARI Mung-6) and jute (cv. Local Tosha) were treated with Provax 200 WP fungicide at 2.0-2.5 g kg -1 .  ...  Sarisa-14) 6 kg ha -1 30 cm× 10 cm 10-12 November 28-30 January Lentil (BARI Masur-7) 35 kg ha -1 Four crop-based cropping systems 30 cm× continuous 12-13 November 01-02 March Field pea (BARI Fieldpea  ... 
doi:10.5539/jas.v14n6p206 fatcat:lj4o5ewvpzb5na2vbxq5o7mpgu

Surgical site infection after gastrointestinal surgery in high-income, middle-income, and low-income countries: a prospective, international, multicentre cohort study

Aneel Bhangu, Adesoji O Ademuyiwa, Maria Lorena Aguilera, Philip Alexander, Sara W Al-Saqqa, Giuliano Borda-Luque, Ainhoa Costas-Chavarri, Thomas M Drake, Faustin Ntirenganya, J Edward Fitzgerald, Stuart J Fergusson, James Glasbey (+1804 others)
2018 Lancet. Infectious Diseases (Print)  
Surgical site infection (SSI) is one of the most common infections associated with health care, but its importance as a global health priority is not fully understood. We quantified the burden of SSI after gastrointestinal surgery in countries in all parts of the world. Methods This international, prospective, multicentre cohort study included consecutive patients undergoing elective or emergency gastrointestinal resection within 2-week time periods at any health-care facility in any country.
more » ... untries with participating centres were stratified into high-income, middle-income, and low-income groups according to the UN's Human Development Index (HDI). Data variables from the GlobalSurg 1 study and other studies that have been found to affect the likelihood of SSI were entered into risk adjustment models. The primary outcome measure was the 30-day SSI incidence (defined by US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention criteria for superficial and deep incisional SSI). Relationships with explanatory variables were examined using Bayesian multilevel logistic regression models. This trial is registered with, number NCT02662231. Findings Between Jan 4, 2016, and July 31, 2016, 13 265 records were submitted for analysis. 12 539 patients from 343 hospitals in 66 countries were included. 7339 (58·5%) patient were from high-HDI countries (193 hospitals in 30 countries), 3918 (31·2%) patients were from middle-HDI countries (82 hospitals in 18 countries), and 1282 (10·2%) patients were from low-HDI countries (68 hospitals in 18 countries). In total, 1538 (12·3%) patients had SSI within 30 days of surgery. The incidence of SSI varied between countries with high (691 [9·4%] of 7339 patients), middle (549 [14·0%] of 3918 patients), and low (298 [23·2%] of 1282) HDI (p<0·001). The highest SSI incidence in each HDI group was after dirty surgery (102 [17·8%] of 574 patients in high-HDI countries; 74 [31·4%] of 236 patients in middle-HDI countries; 72 [39·8%] of 181 patients in low-HDI countries). Following risk factor adjustment, patients in low-HDI countries were at greatest risk of SSI (adjusted odds ratio 1·60, 95% credible interval 1·05-2·37; p=0·030). 132 (21·6%) of 610 patients with an SSI and a microbiology culture result had an infection that was resistant to the prophylactic antibiotic used. Resistant infections were detected in 49 (16·6%) of 295 patients in high-HDI countries, in 37 (19·8%) of 187 patients in middle-HDI countries, and in 46 (35·9%) of 128 patients in low-HDI countries (p<0·001). Interpretation Countries with a low HDI carry a disproportionately greater burden of SSI than countries with a middle or high HDI and might have higher rates of antibiotic resistance. In view of WHO recommendations on SSI prevention that highlight the absence of high-quality interventional research, urgent, pragmatic, randomised trials based in LMICs are needed to assess measures aiming to reduce this preventable complication.
doi:10.1016/s1473-3099(18)30101-4 pmid:29452941 pmcid:PMC5910057 fatcat:pprokozopvf5jbt2esr66s52oy

Evaluation and development of Artificial Intelligence tools to assess COVID-19 Severe Acute4 Respiratory Syndrome from chest imaging [article]

Lekhasree Narayanagari
Wood, Baris Turkbey [1] explains that the chest CT is proving to be a useful diagnostic technique in the treatment of COVID-19-related lung illness.  ...  Mohammad Rahimzadeh says that the COVID-19 is a serious worldwide issue that has crippled numerous businesses and killed a large number of people all over the world.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3-fwfs-e726 fatcat:aq6ixho775cm5lbblfu6maxumq

Drowning in Enchanted Waters: The Role of Practiced Islam in Mental Health Nosology and Treatment Seeking Behaviors Demonstrated in Urban Bangladesh

Genevieve Studer
Each pagol that stayed at the fakir bari was chained up for the duration of his/her treatment.  ...  The first recognized attempt at collecting quantitative data on the prevalence of mental health facilities and initiatives in Bangladesh was managed by Rezaul Islam (1993); he reported 30 practicing  ... 
doi:10.11588/xarep.00001394 fatcat:rn6kxmsv5jclrnrbxomhibrf6q
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