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GANIT : J. of Bangladesh Mathematical Society     Open Access  
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IMC J. of Medical Science     Open Access   (Followers: 9)
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Jahangirnagar University Environmental Bulletin     Open Access  
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Medicine Today     Open Access   (SJR: 0.116, h-index: 5)
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Research in Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries     Open Access  
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  • Comparative Cytotoxicity Study of Cisplatin and its Metabolites by using
           Brine Shrimp Lethality Bioassay

    • Authors: AKM Shahidur Rahman, Md Anwar Ul Islam, Mir Misbahuddin, Nishat Parvin, Md Moniruzzaman Khan
      Pages: 15 - 20
      Abstract: Background: Cisplatin an old chemotherapeutic agent used to treat various types of cancers, including sarcomas, some carcinomas e.g. small cell lung cancer and ovarian cancer, lymphomas and germ cell tumors etc. Most important toxicity of cisplatin is nephrotoxicity produced by cisplatin itself and its few metabolites, which are some time fatal.Objectives: Present study was to determined the comparative study and the level of toxicities of cisplatin and their metabolires by using Brine Shrimp Lethality Bioassay.Methods: In this study, cisplatin and its four possible metabolites (CM2 to CM5) were isolated from the 24 hours collected urines of 5 cisplatin treated cancer patients using conventional chromatographic techniques as well as HPLC, were placed to comparative cytotoxic study using brine shrimp lethality bioassay.Results: Comparative to cisplatin, its metabolites are more toxic, specially CM2 (Meta 2, LC50=1.2μgm/ml) and CM3 (LC50=1.08 μgm/ml), CM4 (Meta 4, LC50=1.182μgm/ml) which is correlate to the previous study (p<0.01*).Conclusion: Cisplatin can form monohydrated complexes by hydrolytic reactions. The monohydrated complex is more toxic to the renal cells than cisplatin but it is not kidney specific.KYAMC Journal Vol. 8, No.-1, Jul 2017, Page 15-20
      PubDate: 2017-08-31
      DOI: 10.3329/kyamcj.v8i1.33867
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 1 (2017)
       
  • Prevalence of Nephropathy with Evaluation of HbA1c Level and other
           Associated Risk Factors in Type 2 Diabetic Patients in a Tertiary Level
           Hospital

    • Authors: Sayama Hoque, MA Muttalib, Md Imtiajul Islam, Parvin Akter Khanam, Nasrin Akter, Taslima Akber
      Pages: 21 - 26
      Abstract: Background: Diabetes is the leading cause of chronic kidney disease which ultimately results end-stage renal disease (ESRD).Objectives: The purpose of the study was to explore the factors influencing or related to the development of the diabetic nephropathy with specific concern to the HbA1c (glycosylated hemoglobin) levels.Methods: Four hundred type 2 diabetic patients (male 166 and female 234) were studied and were evaluated for the presence of nephropathy through the review of their registered diabetic guide book. Glycaemic status was assessed by HbA1c (HbA1c was categorized into 3 groups) and plasma glucose levels. We used Student's ttest,χ2-test and logistic regression analysis to determine and quantify the association of diabetic nephropathy with various risk factors specially HbA1c.Results: The prevalence of nephropathy was 24.0%; male 27.1%, female 21.8%. Increasing HbA1c categories above 7.0% were significantly associated with increased prevalence of nephropathy (15.8 vs 22.8 vs 30.7%; χ2 = 8.590, p = .013). Logistic regression models of univariate analysis showed that the risk of nephropathy was strongly increased at the HbA1c categories 8% (OR = 2.35; 95% CI: 1.30-4.25). Advanced age (OR = 3.8; 95% CI: 2.21-6.53), longer duration of diabetes (OR = 4.05; 95% CI: 2.31-7.10), lacking of physical exercise (OR = 1.93; 95% CI: 1.20-3.10), presence of hypertension (OR = 4.62; 95% CI: 2.42-8.83), fasting blood glucose (OR = 1.139; 95% CI: 1.054-1.231), blood glucose 2 hours after breakfast (OR = 1.088; 95% CI: 1.028-1.152), systolic blood pressure (OR = 1.049; 95% CI: 1.030-1.069) and diastolic blood pressure (OR = 1.061; 95% CI: 1.026-1.097) had significant association with nephropathy.Conclusion: HbA1c categories >7.0% is an important risk factor for the development of nephropathy.KYAMC Journal Vol. 8, No.-1, Jul 2017, Page 21-26
      PubDate: 2017-08-31
      DOI: 10.3329/kyamcj.v8i1.33868
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 1 (2017)
       
  • Study of Diameter of Inferior Cerebellar Peduncle in Bangladeshi Cadaver

    • Authors: AQM Ataul Haque, Mohsin Khalil, Seheli Zannat Sultana, Md Shameem Ahmed, Muazzem Hossain, Md Mesbah Uddin, Anjuman Ara
      Pages: 27 - 32
      Abstract: Background: The cerebellum is a very important part of central nervous system. It is involved in the maintenance of balance and posture, coordination of voluntary movements, motor learning and cognitive functions such as language. Inferior cerebellar peduncle connects the spinal cord and medulla oblongata with the cerebellum and carries unconsciousness proprioceptive information from body and limb. The mean diameter of inferior cerebellar peduncle at birth is only a fraction of the adult diameter then diameter increases up to certain age and decreases in old age.Objectives: The present study was done to observe the diameter of the inferior cerebellar peduncle in different age groups of Bangladeshi cadaver which will serve as a baseline data for clinician about the neurological disorders in our country.Materials and Methods: A cross sectional, analytical type of study was carried out in the department of anatomy, Mymensingh Medical College, Mymensingh from April'2009 to September'2009. A total of 63 cerebellums were collected of which 40 (male 25 and female 15) were from during postmortem of unclaimed Bangladeshi cadaver aged between 5 to 60 years and 23 (male 14 and female 9) were from caesarian section of dead fetuses aged between 34 wks to 42 wks. of gestation. The collected sample was grouped into three age groups like Group A (34 to 42 weeks of gestation), Group B (5 to 30 years) and Group C (31 to 60 years). The diameters of the inferior cerebellar peduncles were measured by using slide calipers and expressed in millimeter (mm).Result: The mean (±SD) diameter of right inferior cerebellar peduncle was in Group A 5.40±1.13, B 7.72±1.18 and C 6.77±1.68 mm respectively and the mean (±SD) diameter of left inferior cerebellar peduncle was in Group A 5.20±1.09, B 7.59±1.23 and C 6.66±1.58 mm respectively.Conclusion: From the present study it is observed that the mean diameter of the inferior cerebellar peduncle increased with age upto certain level then slightly decreased in the late age. The result of the present study will enrich the information pool on diameter of the inferior cerebellar peduncle of Bangladeshi people.KYAMC Journal Vol. 8, No.-1, Jul 2017, Page 27-32
      PubDate: 2017-08-31
      DOI: 10.3329/kyamcj.v8i1.33869
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 1 (2017)
       
  • Diseases Pattern in The Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
           in A Tertiary Care Hospital

    • Authors: Muhammad Alamgir Mandal, Mohammad Moniruzzaman, Khurshid Mahmood, Md Jahidul Islam, Kazi Shihab Uddin
      Pages: 33 - 37
      Abstract: Background: The field of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation focuses on the restoration of health and function and reintegration of the patient into the community, Providing services (outdoor & indoor patients) of physical medicine & rehabilitation (PMR) department was started in 2015. Since establishment, department of Physical Medicine is providing services as outdoor basis regularly.Aim & Objectives: The purpose of the study was to observe the disease pattern and demographic characteristics of patients attending the department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in a tertiary care hospital.Methods: This is a retrospective study carried out at the department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in Khwaja Yunus Ali Medical College Hospital (KYAMCH), Sirajganj for the period of one year from 1st January, 2016 to 31st December, 2016.Results: Total eighteen hundred sixty five (n = 1865) patients were studied, of which 46.21% were male and 53.78% were female. The mean age was 34.64 ± 5.36 years; maximum patients (25.14%) belong to 31-40 years of age. Maximum patients (78%) were come from out of Sirajgonj District specially North Bengal. Regarding disease pattern, 21.60% were PLID, 10.99% stroke, cervical spondylosis 11.15%, lumbar spondylosis 11.52%, frozen shoulder 10.83%, low back pain 9.49%, osteoarthritis 8.25%, facial palsy 0.43% rheumatoid arthritis 5.47%, seronegetavive Spondyloarthopathy 0.26%, GBS 0.10% acute neck sprain/strain 5.68% and others 4.18%.Conclusion: A large scale multi-centered study should be performed in the country. A uniform data system should be constructed for Medical rehabilitation in Bangladesh. Maximum patients were having PLID, Cervical spondylosis, lumbar spondylosis, Stroke & Frozen shoulder.KYAMC Journal Vol. 8, No.-1, Jul 2017, Page 33-37
      PubDate: 2017-08-31
      DOI: 10.3329/kyamcj.v8i1.33870
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 1 (2017)
       
  • Success and Limitations of ERCP in the Management of Obstructive Jaundice

    • Authors: Md Masudar Rahman, Md Sayed Bin Sharif, Azizur Rahman, Md Rashed Khan, Muhammad Alamgir Mandal
      Pages: 38 - 42
      Abstract: Background: Obstructive jaundice can be caused by malignant or benign lesions. The treatment for these conditions is biliary decompression either by surgery or by endoscopic methods.Objectives: The aim of this study was to evaluate the diagnostic and therapeutic role of ERCP with its success and limitations in the management of obstructive jaundice.Methods: This study was carried out in the depertment of General Surgery & hepato-biliary surgery in Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University during 1st January, 2012 to 30th June,2012.Results: The study included 60 patients (male, 38, female,22), mean age 45 years(range, 21-70 years). Commonest malignant cause of obstructive jaundice was Carcinoma of the pancreas 27% followed by, cholangiocarcinoma 15%, and periampullary carcinoma 8%. Bile duct stone 32% was the commonest benign cause followed by papillary stenosis 13% and round warm in biliary tree 5%. Stenting were done in 42% of patients and success rate was 92%. Biopsy were taken for diagnosis in 8% for papillary tumours. Stone extraction were done in 32% of patients for CBD stone and success rate was >94%. Warm extraction were done in 5% and sphincterotomy in 11% of patients for papillary stenosis where success rate was 100%. ERCP could not be performed due to stenosis of duodenum in 1.66% of patients, complete papillary obstruction in 3.33%, papillary position abnormality in 3.33% and endoscopically ampulla not found in 5% of patients. The commonest post ERCP complication was acute pancreatitis that was 5%. Other complications include bleeding in 3.33%, perforation in 1.66% and acute cholangitis in 3.33% cases.Conclusion: Despite its associated limitations and complication, ERCP is a reliable method in treating obstructive jaundice for most of the benign conditions and stenting as a palliative measure & tissue diagnosis in malignant obstruction. In this study the success rate is acceptable for ERCP in the management of obstructive jaundice.KYAMC Journal Vol. 8, No.-1, Jul 2017, Page 38-42
      PubDate: 2017-08-31
      DOI: 10.3329/kyamcj.v8i1.33872
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 1 (2017)
       
  • Prevalence and antibiotic susceptibility pattern of Escherichia coli in
           cattle on Bathan and intensive rearing system

    • Authors: Mukta Das Gupta, Mazharul Islam, Arup Sen, Md Samun Sarker, Ashutosh Das
      Pages: 1 - 4
      Abstract: The aim of this longitudinal study was to verify the prevalence and antibiotic susceptibility pattern of Escherichia coli (E. coli) in cattle reared on Bathan and intensive farming system in Bangladesh. Fecal materials originated from recto anal junction (RAJ) of 100 cattle used for primary screening on MacConkey agar. The diversities among the pink color colony producing isolates on MacConkey agar were verified by conventional cultural methods and biochemical tests. Phenotypically positive E. coli isolates were further investigated for the variations in the antimicrobial resistance profiles to 10 selected antibiotics, by the disk-diffusion method. This study revealed that the overall prevalence of E. coli was 70% of in the rectal swab sample of cattle. However, the prevalence of E. coli was found significantly higher (p= 0.002) in cattle under intensive farming (84%) than cattle on Bathan (56%). Antibiotic susceptibility pattern shows that among the tested isolates 83%, 73%, 68% and 64% were sensitive to chloramphenicol, gentamicin, ciprofloxacin and ampicillin, respectively. On the other hand, all the 70 (100%) E. coli isolates were found resistant to tetracycline and sulfamethoxazole. A high antibiotic resistance profile was also found against amoxicillin (90%), ampicillin (87%), nalidixic acid (86%) and erythromycin (83%). In total, 24 (34%) isolates were resistant against ≥2 antimicrobials. The result clearly shows that antibiotic resistant E. coli isolates are commonly present in cattle of different management systems (intensive and Bathan). Therefore, careful selection of appropriate antibiotics with optimal doses might be ensured to prevent the emergence of antibiotic resistance bacteria.Microbes and Health, June 2017, 6(1): 1-4
      PubDate: 2017-09-21
      DOI: 10.3329/mh.v6i1.34062
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 1 (2017)
       
  • Phytochemical composition of Anastatica hierochuntica L., can it fight the
           toxigenic bacterial agents responsible for food poisoning'

    • Authors: Elhassan Benyagoub, Dalila Razni, Snoussi Moghtet
      Pages: 5 - 8
      Abstract: The present work aims to study the biological activity of Anastatica hierochuntica L., against four bacterial strains considered as toxigenic responsible for food-borne infection. The plant was collected from Tindouf region (Far Southwest of Algeria). In this study we performed a phytochemical screening and evaluation of antibacterial activity of three macerates of two vegetative parts (seeds and stems) by two methods (disk and wells diffusion method). The yield of aqueous, methanolic and etheric macerates of the seeds and stems were (5.1; 3.8), (5; 1.4) and (2; 0.95)% respectively. Also, it appears that macerates obtained were rich in bioactive phyto-constituents particularly the seed of the plant. They showed the presence of ten large chemical groups. The antibiotic resistance profile of the bacterial strains tested showed an increased resistance to several families of antibiotics. The evaluation of the antibacterial activity of the extracts showed that methanolic and aqueous macerates of the seed were more active against Gram positive bacteria. The methanolic macerate of the stems was less active. However, other macerates were ineffective. The results obtained show that the plant has an average antibacterial activity and that depends on extract concentration used.Microbes and Health, June 2017, 6(1): 5-8
      PubDate: 2017-09-21
      DOI: 10.3329/mh.v6i1.34063
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 1 (2017)
       
  • Prevalence of Perinatal Asphyxia with Evaluation of Associated Risk
           Factors in a Rural Tertiary Level Hospital

    • Authors: Mohammed Solayman, Sayama Hoque, Taslima Akber, Md Imtiajul Islam, Md Anwarul Islam
      Abstract: Background: Perinatal asphyxia (PNA) is one of the most important causes of perinatal mortality and morbidity which can be preventable and managable.Objectives: The purpose of the study was to determine the prevalence of perinatal asphyxia and to explore the factors influencing or related to the development of the PNA.Materials and Methods: It is a cross-sectional study conducted in the neonatal unit of department of pediatrics, KYAMC hospital from January 2015 to December 2016. Two hundred eleven neonates admitted in neonatal unit including SCABU were enrolled in the study considering inclusion criteria. Necessary information about sociodemography, peri-natal history (including antepartum, intrapartum and fetal risk factors) were collected by detailed history taking on a pre-designed questionnaire. Clinical examinations and outcomes were also recorded. We used Student's t-test and χ2-test to determine the association of PNA with various risk factors.Results: The male to female ratio was 1.6:1. The mean age of the neonates during admission time was 3.66 (±5.506) days (in PNA 1.8±2.803 days and in normal group 6.11±7.047 days). The overall prevalence of PNA was 56.9% (120); male 60.8% (73) and female 39.2% (47). Identified significant materno-fetal risk factors were maternal young age (p= .038), low socioeconomic condition (p = .000,) primiparity (p = .003), muconium stained amniotic fluid (p = .004), obstructed labour (p = .019), low birth weight (p = .009) and home vaginal delivery by local dai and midwives (p = .017). Serious neonatal complications noted among the asphyxiated babies were hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy with convulsion, neonatal jaundice, septicemia, transient tachypnoea of neonate, hypoglycemia, respiratory distress syndrome, caput succedaneum and feeding problem.Conclusions: Findings of this study highlight the need for the better obstetrical care and awareness of the possible presence of the risk factors of PNA among mothers and fetus, so that the occurrence and worsening of PNA could be prevented or at least appropriately managed. It can reduce the high incidence of morbidity and mortality due to birth asphyxia.KYAMC Journal Vol. 8, No.-1, Jul 2017, Page 43-48
      PubDate: 2017-08-31
       
 
 
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