A ulhaq

A ulhaq

Riphah International University

H-index: 37

Asia-Pakistan

About A ulhaq

A ulhaq, With an exceptional h-index of 37 and a recent h-index of 26 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Riphah International University, specializes in the field of materials science.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Traditional Wisdom in Animal Health: Ethnoveterinary Practices in the Indigenous Communities of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan

ESTIMATION OF HEIGHT USING HEAD CIRCUMFERENCE OF MEDICAL STUDENTS IN PESHAWAR, PAKISTAN

Characteristic Metabolites and Antioxidant Activities of Essential Oils from Phlomoides rotata (Benth. ex Hook. f.) Mathiesen

Antimicrobial Resistance, Pathogen Transmission and Cross-Infections across Regions and Borders: AMR, Pathogen Transmission and Cross-Infections within Regional Vicinity and …

قرآنی نصوص کی سائنسی تعبیر اور اس کی ضرورت و اہمیت‎

Hardware and Software Aspect of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: Domestic and Regional Challenges

Article Not peer-reviewed version

Predictors of Mortality in Patients With Dengue Fever: Insights From a Comparative Analysis

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Riphah International University

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Pakistan

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5289

Citations(since 2020)

2875

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37

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26

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147

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materials science

Top articles of A ulhaq

Traditional Wisdom in Animal Health: Ethnoveterinary Practices in the Indigenous Communities of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan

Authors

Imtiaz Ahmad,Imran Khan,Muhammad Esa,Farhat Ali Khan,Muhammad Zahoor,Riaz Ullah,Bashir Ullah,Mujahid Sher,Anwar Ul Haq,Muhammad Ibrahim

Published Date

2024/3/7

BackgroundLocal and indigenous communities of the Jandool Valley, Dir Lower District, in Northwest Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, rely on ethnoveterinary herbal formulations to treat their domestic animals. Insights into the indigenous uses of local botanical flora can direct investigation into phytochemical screening. The present research is carried out with the aim of documenting ethnoveterinary expertise concerning various plant species used by the local population of the area for the curing of various animal diseases and ailments. Ethnoveterinary statistics were acquired by carrying out many discipline tours, questionnaires, and open-ended and semi structured discussions. The ethnoveterinary data quantitatively considered the use of the directory informant compromise aspect.ResultsResults show 50 types of medicinal plants belonging to 33 plant families were stated to be used in traditional medicine. Lamiaceae, with 5 species, is the foremost family, accompanied by Apiaceae and Solaneceae. The primary source of ethnoveterinary care was herb (52%), followed by shrubs and trees, respectively. For the natural formulation, leaves (28%) were the most frequent elements, and 34% of ethnomedicine was administered orally, while decoction was the principal procedure of herbal preparation, followed by crushing (26%), powder (22%), direct crude drug (12%), and paste (2%), respectively.ConclusionsThe different plant varieties used by the native community in vast numbers for therapeutic functions indicated that Jandool Valley possesses a rich flora of medicinal plants and similar traditional information. This demonstrates that the local …

ESTIMATION OF HEIGHT USING HEAD CIRCUMFERENCE OF MEDICAL STUDENTS IN PESHAWAR, PAKISTAN

Authors

Anwar Ul Haq,Urooj Khushbakht,Naheed Siddiqui

Journal

Journal of Postgraduate Medical Institute

Published Date

2024/2/17

Objectives:To ascertain whether head circumference can be utilized to estimate stature in students from the medical college in Peshawar.Methodology:In this study, we aimed to investigate the relationship between height and head circumference in a cohort of first-year students from a public medical college. The sample comprised 140 participants, evenly split between 70 males and 70 females, with ages ranging from 18 to 20 years. For height measurement a stadiometer was used, and a measuring tape was used to gauge head circumference. Regression equation was used to analyze the data for estimating height from circumference of head.Results:In this study, the average height of males was determined to be 174.860 cm with a standard deviation of 5.745 cm, while the average head circumference was 54.926 cm with a standard deviation of 1.590 cm. Conversely, females exhibited an average height of 160.842 cm with a standard deviation of 5.540 cm, and an average head circumference of 53.245 cm with a standard deviation of 1.286 cm.Conclusion:In conclusion, our study underscores the significance of head circumference as a reliable indicator for assessing stature in both males and females. The observed significant relationship between head circumference and height in both sexes suggests that head circumference can serve as a robust parameter for estimating height. These findings contribute to the field of anthropometry, providing practical implications for height estimation based on head circumference, and may have relevance in diverse contexts, such as clinical assessments or population

Characteristic Metabolites and Antioxidant Activities of Essential Oils from Phlomoides rotata (Benth. ex Hook. f.) Mathiesen

Authors

Zheng Pan,Chen Xie,Jie Luo,Xiao Tong Yan,Yong Mei Su,Anwar Ul Haq,Nasir Mehmood Khan,Shujaat Ahmad,Jian Wang

Published Date

2024/2/9

Limited research has been conducted on the metabolites present in the essential oils (Es) of Phlomoides rotata (Benth. ex Hook. f.) Mathiesen (PR, syn. Lamiophlomis rotata (Benth.) Kudô), and their potential pharmacological activities, such as antioxidant and anticancer properties, are often overlooked. We conducted a metabolomics-based screening to identify the characteristic metabolites (CMs) present in the Es extracted from PR. Furthermore, we evaluated their in vitro antioxidant activities (AOAs). The Es obtained through hydro-distillation are characterized by a light yellow color and a fresh, elegant fragrance. Cryoprecipitation was used to separate the crystals (Cs) from the Es, resulting in the extraction of crystal-free essential oils (CFs). A total of 107 components belonging to 8 categories were identified and quantified in the Es, Cs, and CFs using GC-MS and GC-FID techniques. Among these components, 76 were reported for the first time in the Es of PR. The major compounds identified include long-chain fatty acids (LCFAs) and their esters, such as palmitic acid (PA), myristic acid (MA), linoleic acid (LA), oleic acid (OA), and methyl palmitate. Additionally, seven C13-norisoprenoids, with trans-β-damascenone being particularly notable for its flavor, were also identified. A sum of nine CMs were identified in the Es, including PA, MA, LA, OA, methyl palmitate, hexahydrofarnesyl acetone, phytol, trans-β-damascenone, and hexanal. The main metabolic pathway in the Es is the biosynthesis of FAs and terpenoids revealed by MetaboAnalyst 6.0 and KEGG analyses. Furthermore, the in vitro AOAs of the Es, Cs, CFs, and four selected CMs (PA, MA …

Antimicrobial Resistance, Pathogen Transmission and Cross-Infections across Regions and Borders: AMR, Pathogen Transmission and Cross-Infections within Regional Vicinity and …

Authors

Aiman Bilal,Muhammad Esa,Zul Kamal,Bashir Ullah,Kashif Ali Khan,Sania Hameed,Muhammad Sohail,Anwar Ul Haq,Sara Khan,Fahmida Aslam

Journal

Proceedings of the Pakistan Academy of Sciences: B. Life and Environmental Sciences

Published Date

2024/4/30

Antimicrobial resistance is now considered a global dilemma and threat to many antibiotics running in clinical practices. In Pakistan, its worst consequences appear and rise day by day, especially in hospital and community-acquired healthcare settings. In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) especially in Peshawar, most of the Tertiary Care Hospitals, have a big flow of in and outpatients throughout the country as well across the border from Afghanistan, Iran, and Middle Eastern countries. So, the opportunities for cross infections, and transmission of Multidrug resistance/superbug strains are higher up, which needs to be assisted and evaluated. The current study was a combined prospective and retrospective nature study carried out in the endocrinology ward, in a tertiary care hospital in, Peshawar, KP, Pakistan. To ensure a thorough evaluation of treatment outcomes and the validity of the findings, the study attempted a …

قرآنی نصوص کی سائنسی تعبیر اور اس کی ضرورت و اہمیت‎

Authors

Anwar ul Haq,Rabia Hina,Muhammad Sohail

Journal

Tanazur

Published Date

2024/4/22

Today is the age of scientific progress. The need to serve and publish religion in modern scientific terms has never been greater than it is today. The development of these modern scientific sciences is a challenge for us, which is the most important religious requirement of the present time. There are two main reasons for this. The first reason is that our modern educated generation is avoiding the religion of Islam due to the feeling of inferiority mentally and intellectually due to the dazzling of new sciences and ideas. The reason for this is obvious that non-Muslim thinkers have thought for years on this far-reaching and dangerous project and made successful practical efforts. The second reason is that we rightly recognize Islam as the religion of nature and the creator of the universe has repeatedly made us believe that it is the duty of the holders of the Quran to conquer the universe, while in the current situation it is …

Hardware and Software Aspect of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: Domestic and Regional Challenges

Authors

Sohail Naseer,Anwar Ul Haq,Muhammad Daniyal Ahmad,Rizwan Aziz

Journal

Journal of Business and Management Research

Published Date

2024/3/28

The launch of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is seen as a golden opportunity for Pakistan’s economy and development sector. The overall idea behind Chinese investment in the several economic corridors along the route of Belt Road Initiative (BRI) and related infrastructure development projects is to create more opportunities for trade, economic interdependence, and integration with different regional actors. However, the various challenges associated with such megaprojects cannot be ignored. The paper, therefore, reviews the challenges faced by CPEC under two different lenses. The first lens deals with the types of challenges ie, hardware (quality of infrastructure and logistics network) and the second lens view software (policy and regulatory framework) it deals with the levels at which challenges are being confronted ie, domestic, and regional. The paper builds its rationale on the theoretical paradigm of Surplus Recycling Mechanism (SRM) and inclusive and extractive institutions. The findings of the paper suggest that Pakistan is lagging in the effective development of both hardware and software aspects, which pose some serious challenges for the successful implementation of CPEC. If Pakistan desires to extract maximum benefit from the project, without compromising on the principles of its national interest, security, and sovereignty, then it needs to devise an action plan to address its internal flaws by bridging the hardware and software gap and putting in place an inclusive institution and a strong national security infrastructure to minimize the chances of external threats.

Article Not peer-reviewed version

Authors

Joachim Vater,Thanh Tam Le Thi,Jennifer Jähne,Stefanie Herfort,Christian Blumenscheit,Andy Schneider,Thi Luong Pham,Phuong Thao Le Thi,Jochen Blom,Silke R Klee,Thomas Schweder,Peter Lasch,Rainer Borriss

Published Date

2023

Seventeen bacterial strains able to suppress plant pathogens have been isolated from healthy Vietnamese crop plants, and taxonomically assigned as members of the Bacillus cereus group. In order to prove their potential as biocontrol agents, we performed a comprehensive analysis which included whole genome sequencing of selected strains, and mining for genes and gene clusters involved in synthesis of endo-and exotoxins, and secondary metabolites, such as antimicrobial peptides (AMPs). Kurstakin, thumolycin and other AMPs were detected and characterized by different mass spectrometric methods, such as MALDI-TOF-MS, and LIFT-MALDI-TOF/TOF fragment analysis. Based on their whole genome sequences, the plant-associated isolates were assigned to the following species and subspecies: B. cereus subsp. cereus (6), B. cereus subsp. bombysepticus (5), Bacillus tropicus (2), and Bacillus pacificus. Three isolates represented novel genomospecies. Genes encoding entomopathogenic crystal and vegetative proteins were detected in B. cereus subsp. bombysepticus TK1. In vitro assays revealed that many plant-associated isolates enhanced plant growth, and suppressed plant pathogens. Our findings indicated that plant-associated representatives of the B. cereus group are a rich source of putative antimicrobial compounds with potential in sustainable agriculture. However, the presence of virulence genes might restrict their application as biologicals in agriculture.

Predictors of Mortality in Patients With Dengue Fever: Insights From a Comparative Analysis

Authors

Afsheen Mahmood,Anwar ul Haq,Said Amin,Fawad Rahim,Mohammad Noor,Huma Gul,Sheraz Zafar,Sobia Ahmed Qureshi,Khaula Batul,Mohsina Haq

Journal

Cureus

Published Date

2023/3/12

ObjectiveTo determine the clinical and biochemical predictors of mortality in patients with dengue fever.

Correlation of Mammographic and Ultrasonographic Findings with Histopathological Diagnosis of Breast Lesions

Authors

Kalsoom Nawab,Naheed Khan,Irsa Shoaib,Anwar ul Haq,Mehmood Akhtar Khattak,Hina Gul

Journal

Medical Forum Monthly

Published Date

2023/5/30

Objective: We set out to evaluate the precision of mammography and ultrasonography results in order to correlate the histological diagnosis of breast lesions. Study Design: Descriptive / analytical study Place and Duration of Study: This study was conducted at the Radiology Department of KTH Hospital, Peshawar  from May 2014 to May 2015. Materials and Methods: 200 patients with breast lesions were used as the sample size of this study. Evaluate the relationship between imaging findings and histopathological diagnosis at the end of the examination. Results: Mammography has an accuracy of 83.8%, a specificity of 80%, and a sensitivity of 91.2% in identifying cancer. Ultrasonography, in contrast, had sensitivity, specificity, and accuracy of 80.01%, 90.05%, and 86.2%, respectively. The two tests' combined accuracy was 92%. Conclusion: Breast lesions are diagnosed with great accuracy using mammographic and ultrasonographic imaging modalities that substantially correlate with related histology diagnosis. Diagnostic precision may be considerably increased by combining the two imaging techniques.

To Determine Frequency of Carotid Stenosis in Patients with Recurrent Stroke

Authors

Farheen Khadim,Anwar Ul Haq,Shahzia Yousaf,Qazi Ikramullah,Fatima Zahra,Ayesha Gull

Journal

Pakistan Journal of Medical & Health Sciences

Published Date

2023/4/8

Objective: To determine frequency of carotid stenosis in patients with recurrent ischemic stroke by Doppler ultrasoundStudy design: Cross sectional studyPlace and Duration: This study is performed at Divisional Headquarter Teaching Hospital, Mirpur AJK from January 2021 to January 2022Methodology: This study is conducted in sample size of 99 patients, with history of minor stroke or TIA within three month. Now presented with recurrent ischemic stroke. All patients with recurrent ischemic stroke advised carotid Doppler of extracranial carotid arteries. Carotid artery intima media thickness, thrombus, atheromatous plaques and percentage of carotid stenosis and peak systolic flow velocity of affected artery were also determined on Doppler Ultrasound. In addition, association between carotid stenosis and its risk factors such as Age, gender, Hypertension, diabetes, smoking and dyslipidemia is also determined.Results: We found that 59% of study population with recurrent ischemic stroke have carotid stenosis and percentage of carotid stenosis is variable among study population. Out of 99 patients with recurrent stroke 52% population are Hypertensive, 46% have diabetic, and 58% are smoker and 51% have Dyslipidemia.Conclusion: We concluded that carotid artery stenosis is a risk factor for Recurrent ischemic stroke. It predisposes patients to further attacks of stroke in future. So Doppler Ultrasound must be advised to every patient with history of minor stroke/TIA. So that early intervention should be offered to patients to reduce risk of recurrent ischemic stroke.

مدنی معاشرے میں انسداد جرائم کی نبوی حکمت عملی: Prophetic Strategy of Crime Pervention in Madinan Society‎

Authors

Muhammad Atif Aslam Rao,Anwar ul Haq

Journal

Zia e Tahqeeq

Published Date

2023/6/30

Crime Prevention comprises strategies and measures that seek to reduce the risk of crimes occurring, and their potentially harmful effects on individuals and society, including fear of crime, by intervening to influence their multiple causes. Well-planned crime prevention strategies not only prevent crime and victimization but also contribute to sustainable development. Muhammad (PBUH) as a Prophet of Allah and Statesman, established the first Islamic State in Madinah. Madinah was a dynamic and working society that evolved Shariah rule that ensure peace and prosperity with a special focus on strategies of crime prevention. This paper essentially provides an in-depth understanding of these strategies and their relevance to Muslim societies of the post-modern era.

Impact of Transformational Leadership on Project Success with Mediating role of Trust and Moderating Role of Leader’s Emotional Intelligence: A Case of Project-Based …

Authors

Rana Muhammad Asad Saeed,Fatima Zahra,Anwar Ul Haq,Sidra Malik

Journal

Journal of Business and Management Research

Published Date

2023/11/1

The primary objective of this study is to examine the impact of transformational leadership on employee trust, with the mediating role of faith and moderating part of emotional intelligence on the relationship between transformational leadership style and trust. In the current study, the effect of employee trust on project success and the impact of the leadership style on the employees and project success is also observed. Emotional intelligence and the relationship of transformational leadership on employee trust are also investigated. The combined effect of transformational leadership, emotional intelligence, and employee trust on project success is also analysed in this study. The research uses quantitative approaches to enhance the validity of the study. The study hypotheses were developed by using the deduction process. In this study, there are 226 responses received, so the study's sample size is 226. Multiple data collection approaches were used, including online surveys, in addition to print surveys. The primary goal for information was the country's development enterprises. Various regions are included in this logical study, and different rural and urban areas, where different public or private projects are in running condition. Most respondents were project managers, teachers, team leaders, and graduates from various management professions. The scale was adopted from different studies to check whether the hypothesis will be proved true. The validity and reliability were tested using SPSS and AMOS software. Hypotheses of the study were also tested by the bootstrapping method suggested by Preacher and Hayes (2004), using the …

The Role of Mosques for the Unity of the Ummah in the Light of Sīrat-e-Taiba

Authors

Anwar ul Haq,Taj Muhammad,Zakia Khan

Journal

Al-Mahdi Research Journal (MRJ)

Published Date

2023/9/30

Masajid played an indelible role in solving all the political problems of the new state, including the role of Parliament House for legislation, the role of the Supreme Court for judicial decisions and the role of schools, colleges and universities for education. The center of trade and agriculture, the House of Trade and Agriculture House, the center of defense strategy, the Prophet's Mosque was made the center and axis of the Muslim Ummah. This is the identity of unity and this is the beginning of the unity of the nation. When the effects of unity, brotherhood and brotherhood appeared on the courtyard of the Prophet's Mosque, this character left an indelible impression on historical humanity. In modern times, despite the large number of mosques, anarchy and chaos in the society and various crimes, be it economic, social, moral or sexual, are becoming common and then widespread misunderstandings, hatreds are …

Shape controlled growth of hierarchical Ni x S y on stainless steel by solution processing with enhanced electrochemical energy storage performance

Authors

Amjad Khan,Gul Rahman,Sang Youn Chae,Shabeer Ahmad Mian

Journal

New Journal of Chemistry

Published Date

2023

Although a wide variety of multidimensional electrode materials have been developed for supercapacitors to greatly enhance their charge storage properties, the methods used to control their morphologies have typically been expensive, involve multiple steps, and require an annealing temperature, as well as a binder for electrode preparation. In this study, a cost-effective, single-step chemical route was used to grow hierarchical, multidimensional structures of nickel sulfide (NixSy) on a cheap and readily available stainless steel substrate (SS). The XRD results indicate that the crystallinity of the deposited material was strongly affected by the growth temperature. Films prepared at 90 °C exhibited the Ni3S4 crystalline phase, whereas at 100 °C, the NiS2 phase was observed. The surface morphology of the NixSy/SS changed from a vertically aligned, rod-like morphology to a honeycomb or web-like surface as the …

The Concept of Leadership in Islamic Perspective

Authors

Muhammad Shahid,Muhammad Yaqub,Muhammad Yaseen,Hayat Ullah,Nazir Ahmed Bhutta,Anwar ul Haq

Journal

湖南大学学报 (自然科学版)

Published Date

2023/3

Islam has directed in every sphere of life. All the issues can be solved through its teachings. At the same time, it has also provided guidance on leadership. It clarifies that Allah is the sole owner and sovereign. He made man his caliph on earth. He has sanctioned him the power as a trustee. Islam, therefore, binds the subjects to obey their ruler on one side while on another side it commands them to judge his eligibility while choosing him as the leader. Islamic teachings highlight the traits of leadership which include consultation, fairness, accountability, and trust in the public. By adopting

Determining the Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Mothers Regarding Neonatal Care at Department of Pediatrics Fatima Hospital, Baqai Medical University Karachi

Authors

Yasir Inam,Jalal Uddin Akbar,Syed Zafar Mehdi,Arshad Hamid Khan,Anwar Ul Haq,Saif Jalal

Journal

Pakistan Journal of Medical & Health Sciences

Published Date

2023/3/31

Objective: The aim of this study was to assess the mother’s knowledge of neonatal care and their attitude towards existing preventive methods and practices.Materials and Methods: A hospital based Cross-Sectional descriptive Study was conducted on mothers who delivered recently in Fatima Hospital, Baqai Medical University and the mothers visiting with their neonate age of 28 days.Results: A total of 385 participants including the neonates of age 1 to 28 days were included in the study. We found statistically significant relationship between the mother’s age and the mother knowledge of neonatal care (P value= 0.002). Moreover, other factors that we found significantly conducive were the relationships between Illness and medication, mother’s age and breast feeding, mother’s education, and neonate vaccination (P value= 0.002).Conclusion: In this study, we observed that most of the mothers were unaware of neonatal care. Many of them were ignorant of the neonate vaccination and national immunization days. Most of them treated their sick neonates with traditional home remedies rather bringing them to the hospitals. A high proportion of mothers withheld breast feeding and top feeding during neonate illness. Their knowledge regarding infected umbilicus, neonate inactivity and lethargy was scarce. These findings indicate that there is a room of improvement in the current mother’s knowledge and practices of neonatal care. This study will facilitate the policy makers to design new care seeking practices that foster better knowledge of neonatal care among mothers.

Diffusion-Weighted Magnetic Resonance Imaging's Diagnostic Precision in Separating Brain Abscesses from Necrotizing Brain Tumors Using Surgical Findings as the Gold Standard

Authors

Anwar ul Haq,Kalsoom Nawab,Naheed Khan,Irsa Shoaib,Hina Gul,Mehmood Akhtar Khattak

Journal

Medical Forum Monthly

Published Date

2023/5/30

Objective A surgical gold standard comparison evaluating the precision with which brain abscesses and necrotizing tumors may be distinguished using diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (DW-MRI). Study Design Retrospective analysis study. Place and Duration of Study This study was conducted at the Department of Radiology, KTH Peshawar from January 2017 and January 2018. Materials and Methods Using DW-MRI methods, brain abscesses and necrotizing tumors may be identified and categorized. This information was used to determine how well necrotizing brain tumors and brain abscesses could be distinguished using DW-MRI. Results According to the findings, DW-MRI exhibited an overall accuracy of 90.8%, a specificity of 94.2%, and a sensitivity of 87.01%. Conclusion The results provide a trustworthy way to distinguish between necrotizing brain tumors and brain abscesses. The accurate identification and categorization of numerous medical illnesses in the clinical context have been made possible by the use of DW-MRI.

A2LiGaI6 (A= Cs, Rb): New lead-free and direct bandgap halide double perovskites for IR application

Authors

Anwar ul Haq,Tasawer Shahzad Ahmad,Afaq Ahmad,Badriah S Almutairi,Muhammad Amin,MI Khan,Nimra Ehsan,Ramesh Sharma

Journal

Heliyon

Published Date

2023/11/1

Recently, all inorganic double perovskites have drawn a lot of interest as promising solar materials. The optical, structural, thermoelectric, electronic, and mechanical properties of double halide perovskites A2LiGaI6 (A = Cs, Rb) are explored via first-principles calculations with the WIEN2k code, using GGA PBEsol and TB-mBJ potentials. The majority of perovskite materials utilized in the highest-performing solar cells have bandgaps ranging between 1.48 and 1.62 eV. The compounds A2LiGaI6 (A = Cs, Rb) have a direct bandgap of 1.51 eV and 1.55 eV, respectively, and are expected to be useful in solar cells. The optical study shows that there are large absorption bands in the visible region, as determined by the dielectric constant, absorption, and other dependent factors. Their potential for use in solar cells is increased by their absorption in the visible part. The BoltzTraP code has been used to perform …

A Single Center Study Using CT Enterography to Evaluate Small Bowel Disorders

Authors

Kalsoom Nawab,Anwar Ul Haq,Mehmood Akhtar Khattak,Hina Gul,Naheed Khan,Irsa Shoaib

Journal

Pakistan Journal of Medical & Health Sciences

Published Date

2023/6/2

Background: A research was done on the efficiency of identifying small intestinal problems using computed tomography (CT) enterography. The findings showed that 93% of patients had appropriate diagnoses, while the remaining [07%] were still pending. These results indicate that CT enterography is a highly accurate, safe, and cost-effective imaging method for the diagnosis of small intestinal diseases.Aim: By using CT enterography as an imaging method, small intestinal problems may be precisely identified. Its cost-efficiency in comparison to other imaging modalities, as well as its safety and effectiveness in identifying small bowel illnesses, have been assessed. Additionally, various imaging modalities have been compared to CT enterography's accuracy, and its effect on patient outcomes has also been taken into account.Method: The Radiology Department of KTH Peshawar conducted a comprehensive research with hundred patients between Jan 2017 and jan 2018. Each patient performed a CT enterography, and based on precise data gathered from their medical records, their clinical findings were compared with the results, which were then assessed using SPSS Version 27. A descriptive statistical analysis was then performed on the data.Results: In our investigation, CT enterography had a good 93% diagnostic success rate in the diagnosis of small intestinal diseases. Unfortunately, for certain individuals, notably the remaining 7%, the findings were not conclusive. We found it interesting that CT enterography had a greater accuracy rate than other imaging methods like MRI and ultrasound.Conclusion: This research established CT …

Assessing The Role of Teachers & Parents in Developing Strategies Against Social Media Misuse Among Students

Authors

Tauqeer Abdullah,Anwar Ul Haq,Abdul Wahid Qureshi

Journal

Gomal University Journal of Research

Published Date

2023/9/19

The study aimed to identify the ways in which social media was misused among secondary school students and how students could be prevented by teachers and parents developing some preventive strategies. This was a quantitative study conducted under a survey research design. All 10th grade students and teachers of secondary schools in Sargodha division, Punjab, Pakistan, made up the total population of the study. A total of 400 individuals were sampled, and of those, 52 teachers and 348 parents provided responses. The data was collected with the help of a self-made questionnaire built on a 5-point Likert scale. In the results, significant evidences of social media misuse were found among students. The study also discovered a substantial impact of parents and teachers’ preventive measures on students’ social media misuse (R2= 0.72), F (1, 197)= 69.55), p<. 001. In conclusion, teachers and parents played an effective role in keeping students from misusing social media by developing some preventive strategies. However, parents and teachers who are unaware of children’s misuse of social media should contribute to preventing them from misusing it.

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Traditional Wisdom in Animal Health: Ethnoveterinary Practices in the Indigenous Communities of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan

ESTIMATION OF HEIGHT USING HEAD CIRCUMFERENCE OF MEDICAL STUDENTS IN PESHAWAR, PAKISTAN

Characteristic Metabolites and Antioxidant Activities of Essential Oils from Phlomoides rotata (Benth. ex Hook. f.) Mathiesen

Antimicrobial Resistance, Pathogen Transmission and Cross-Infections across Regions and Borders: AMR, Pathogen Transmission and Cross-Infections within Regional Vicinity and …

قرآنی نصوص کی سائنسی تعبیر اور اس کی ضرورت و اہمیت‎

Hardware and Software Aspect of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: Domestic and Regional Challenges

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Predictors of Mortality in Patients With Dengue Fever: Insights From a Comparative Analysis

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The research interests of A ulhaq are: materials science

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