Ab Rahman Mahmood

Ab Rahman Mahmood

Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka

H-index: 39

Asia-Malaysia

About Ab Rahman Mahmood

Ab Rahman Mahmood, With an exceptional h-index of 39 and a recent h-index of 26 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka, specializes in the field of machining process, machine tool rigidity, productivity, quality control, AHP.

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

Population dynamics of Gray eel catfish (Plotosus canius Hamilton, 1822) at mangrove estuary in Bangladesh

Cerebral Circulation and Its Clinical Impact

Short Term Outcome of Therapeutic ERCP in the Management of Biliary Ascariasis in a Tertiary Care Hospital of Bangladesh.

Hard-Hydrophobic Nano-CuO Coating via Electrochemical Oxidation for Heat Transfer Performance Enhancement

Numerical study of nano and micro pollutant particle transport and deposition in realistic human lung airways

Association between convalescent plasma treatment and mortality in COVID-19: a collaborative systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials

ASSESSMENT OF RADIONUCLIDES CONTAMINATION OF POWDER MILK USED IN DAILY LIFE BY BANGLADESHI PEOPLE

Ergonomic study of BRRI multi-row power weeder for rice cultivation

Ab Rahman Mahmood Information

University

Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka

Position

Senior Lecturer

Citations(all)

7848

Citations(since 2020)

3664

Cited By

16381

hIndex(all)

39

hIndex(since 2020)

26

i10Index(all)

170

i10Index(since 2020)

88

Email

University Profile Page

Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka

Ab Rahman Mahmood Skills & Research Interests

machining process

machine tool rigidity

productivity

quality control

AHP

Top articles of Ab Rahman Mahmood

Population dynamics of Gray eel catfish (Plotosus canius Hamilton, 1822) at mangrove estuary in Bangladesh

Authors

AF Rabby,MA Haque,MA Islam,SJ Hasan,MA Rahman,Y Mahmud

Journal

Iranian Journal of Fisheries Sciences

Published Date

2022/1/10

Present study emphasizing the population dynamics parameters of Gray eel catfish (Plotosus canius) that was scrutinized based on monthly length frequency data collected from mangrove estuary, Bangladesh from January 2017 to December 2018. A total amount of 1298 specimens was collected to estimate the total length (TL) and weight (W) of P. canius ranged from 13.3 cm to 87.4 cm and 28g to 5200g respectively. The length-weight relationship was W= 0.006 L2. 95 with R2= 0.972 for both sexes. The von Bertalanffy growth function parameters were L∞= 93.25 cm and K= 0.28 yr-1, hypothetical age at zero length of t0= 0.059 year and goodness of the fit of Rn= 0.494. The growth performances indices for L∞ and W∞ were computed as Ø'= 3.386 and Ø= 1.84 respectively. The natural mortality was 0.51 yr-1 at average annual water surface temperature as 22 C. The total instantaneous mortality was 1.24 yr-1 at CI95% of 1.05–1.42 (r2= 0.986). While fishing mortality was 0.73 yr-1 and the current exploitation ratio as 0.59. The recruitment was continued throughout the year with one major peak during June-July was 17.20-17.96%. The Beverton-Holt yield per recruit model was analyzed by FiSAT-II, when tc was at 1.443 yr, the Fmax was estimated as 0.6 yr-1 and F0. 1 was 0.33 yr-1. At the age of 0.6 year, Fcurrent was 0.74 yr-1 that is beyond the F0. 1 that specified the current stock of P. canius of Bangladesh was over-exploited.

Cerebral Circulation and Its Clinical Impact

Authors

MA Rahman,Nissar Shaikh,Adnan Khan,Shoaib Nawaz,Aisha Alkubiasi,MM Nainthramveetil,Adel E Ahmed Ganaw,Stefan Rohrig

Journal

Management of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

Published Date

2022

The blood circulation in the brain is unique and different from the rest of the organs in the body. The arterial supply to the brain is from three arteries, a pair of internal carotid arteries, also called anterior circulation of brain and posteriorly situated basilar artery supplying blood to the posterior portion of cerebrum and called posterior circulation. The circle of Willis (COW) is formed by 3 above mentioned arteries to have constant blood supply to the brain and have a compensatory mechanism if one of the arteries is having pathology. Six arteries will leave the COW, namely two anterior cerebral arteries, two middle cerebral arteries, and a pair of posterior cerebral arteries. Three arteries completing the COW are one anterior cerebral and two posterior communicating arteries. The cerebral arteries can abnormally out pouch due to increased hemodynamic stress resulting in the formation of cerebral aneurysms …

Short Term Outcome of Therapeutic ERCP in the Management of Biliary Ascariasis in a Tertiary Care Hospital of Bangladesh.

Authors

MM Rahman,MM Alam,MJ Alam,MS Bari,F Binte-Habib,SM Sarkar,MA Rahman,MN Hasan

Journal

Mymensingh Medical Journal: MMJ

Published Date

2022/1/1

The history of ascariasis is very old. It is endemic in various parts of Bangladesh. Hepatobiliary ascariasis is a well-known complication of the intestinal ascariasis. Although cosmopolitan, it predominantly affects people in Asia, Africa, and South America. This was a prospective observational study conducted from July to December 2014 to explore the short term outcome of therapeutic ERCP in the treatment of biliary ascariasis in a tertiary care hospital of Bangladesh. A total of 60 cases of biliary ascariasis were selected conveniently in this study. Data were collected by face-to-face interviews and observation with the help of data sheet. Data were checked for quality control and analyzed by computer using SPSS software. The mean±SD age of the patients was 30.96±7.66 years. All the patients were aged between 17 and 55 years and predominantly affect women in the 3rd and 4th decades. The most common presentation was upper abdominal pain in 47 (83.32%) of the patients. Ultrasound was the diagnostic tool of choice, where biliary ascariasis was found in 40 (66.7%) of patients. ERCP is reserved mainly for therapeutic purposes and found successful in 57 (95%) of the patients.

Hard-Hydrophobic Nano-CuO Coating via Electrochemical Oxidation for Heat Transfer Performance Enhancement

Authors

MH Mahmood,MA Maleque,M Rahman

Journal

Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering

Published Date

2022/5

The heat transfer performance of a material is mainly affected by the surface-to-volume ratio and specific surface area. This paper presents an evaluation of hard-hydrophobic nano-CuO coating on the heat transfer performance of copper. Granular coating consisting of nano-sized CuO grains was developed using the electrochemical oxidation method in 0.1 M oxalate solution at ambient temperature. The nano-CuO coating was characterized using electrical resistivity meter, X-ray diffraction, energy-dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy, cyclic voltammetry and field emission scanning electron microscopy. The average grain size of the coated material was 47 nm with an average coating thickness of 13 μm. The nano-CuO-coated samples’ thermal resistance was lower than that of the uncoated specimens with an increment in thermal conductivity. The nano-CuO coating demonstrated a hard coat with a hydrophobic …

Numerical study of nano and micro pollutant particle transport and deposition in realistic human lung airways

Authors

M Rahman,Ming Zhao,Mohammad S Islam,Kejun Dong,Suvash C Saha

Journal

Powder Technology

Published Date

2022/4/1

For respiratory health risk assessment, it is essential to evaluate the transportation and deposition (TD) of pollutant particles in human lung airways, which are responsible for lung diseases. Studies to date improved the knowledge of the particle TD in airways. However, the understanding of the TD of different pollutant particles in realistic airways has not been fully understood. This study investigates TD of three types of pollutant particles: traffic, smoke and dust, with various sizes ranging from nano- to micro-scales in the mouth–throat and tracheobronchial lung airways of a human lung using computational fluid dynamics (CFD). Three different physical activities are considered: sleeping, resting, and intense breathing, corresponding to inhalation flow rates of Qin = 15, 30 and 60 L/min, respectively. Nearly 99.8% of 10-μm traffic particles are deposited in the upper lung airways considered here. However, the TD …

Association between convalescent plasma treatment and mortality in COVID-19: a collaborative systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials

Authors

Cathrine Axfors,Perrine Janiaud,Andreas M Schmitt,Janneke van’t Hooft,Emily R Smith,Noah A Haber,Akin Abayomi,Manal Abduljalil,Abdulkarim Abdulrahman,Yeny Acosta-Ampudia,Manuela Aguilar-Guisado,Farah Al-Beidh,Marissa M Alejandria,Rachelle N Alfonso,Mohammad Ali,Manaf AlQahtani,Alaa AlZamrooni,Juan-Manuel Anaya,Mark Angelo C Ang,Ismael F Aomar,Luis E Argumanis,Alexander Averyanov,Vladimir P Baklaushev,Olga Balionis,Thomas Benfield,Scott Berry,Nadia Birocco,Lynn B Bonifacio,Asha C Bowen,Abbie Bown,Carlos Cabello-Gutierrez,Bernardo Camacho,Adrian Camacho-Ortiz,Sally Campbell-Lee,Damon H Cao,Ana Cardesa,Jose M Carnate,German Jr J Castillo,Rossana Cavallo,Fazle R Chowdhury,Forhad UH Chowdhury,Giovannino Ciccone,Antonella Cingolani,Fresthel Monica M Climacosa,Veerle Compernolle,Carlo Francisco N Cortez,Abel Costa Neto,Sergio D’Antico,James Daly,Franca Danielle,Joshua S Davis,Francesco Giuseppe De Rosa,Justin T Denholm,Claudia M Denkinger,Daniel Desmecht,Juan C Díaz-Coronado,Juan A Díaz Ponce-Medrano,Anne-Françoise Donneau,Teresita E Dumagay,Susanna Dunachie,Cecile C Dungog,Olufemi Erinoso,Ivy Mae S Escasa,Lise J Estcourt,Amy Evans,Agnes LM Evasan,Christian J Fareli,Veronica Fernandez-Sanchez,Claudia Galassi,Juan E Gallo,Patricia J Garcia,Patricia L Garcia,Jesus A Garcia,Mutien Garigliany,Elvira Garza-Gonzalez,Deonne Thaddeus V Gauiran,Paula A Gaviria García,Jose-Antonio Giron-Gonzalez,David Gómez-Almaguer,Anthony C Gordon,André Gothot,Jeser Santiago Grass Guaqueta,Cameron Green,David Grimaldi,Naomi E Hammond,Heli Harvala,Francisco M Heralde,Jesica Herrick,Alisa M Higgins,Thomas E Hills,Jennifer Hines,Karin Holm,Ashraful Hoque,Eric Hoste,Jose M Ignacio,Alexander V Ivanov,Maike Janssen,Jeffrey H Jennings,Vivekanand Jha,Ruby Anne N King,Jens Kjeldsen-Kragh,Paul Klenerman,Aditya Kotecha,Fiorella Krapp,Luciana Labanca,Emma Laing,Mona Landin-Olsson,Pierre-François Laterre,Lyn-Li Lim,Jodor Lim,Oskar Ljungquist,Jorge M Llaca-Díaz,Concepción López-Robles,Salvador López-Cárdenas,Ileana Lopez-Plaza,Josephine Anne C Lucero,Maria Lundgren,Juan Macías,Sandy C Maganito,Anna Flor G Malundo,Rubén D Manrique,Paola M Manzini,Miguel Marcos,Ignacio Marquez,Francisco Javier Martínez-Marcos,Ana M Mata,Colin J McArthur,Zoe K McQuilten,Bryan J McVerry,David K Menon,Geert Meyfroidt,Ma Angelina L Mirasol,Benoît Misset,James S Molton,Alric V Mondragon,Diana M Monsalve,Parastoo Moradi Choghakabodi,Susan C Morpeth,Paul R Mouncey,Michel Moutschen,Carsten Müller-Tidow,Erin Murphy,Tome Najdovski,Alistair D Nichol,Henrik Nielsen,Richard M Novak,Matthew VN O’Sullivan,Julian Olalla,Akin Osibogun,Bodunrin Osikomaiya

Published Date

2021/12

Background Convalescent plasma has been widely used to treat COVID-19 and is under investigation in numerous randomized clinical trials, but results are publicly available only for a small number of trials. The objective of this study was to assess the benefits of convalescent plasma treatment compared to placebo or no treatment and all-cause mortality in patients with COVID-19, using data from all available randomized clinical trials, including unpublished and ongoing trials (Open Science Framework, https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/GEHFX ). Methods In this collaborative systematic review and meta-analysis, clinical trial registries (ClinicalTrials.gov, WHO International Clinical Trials Registry Platform), the Cochrane COVID-19 register, the LOVE database, and PubMed were searched until April 8, 2021. Investigators of …

ASSESSMENT OF RADIONUCLIDES CONTAMINATION OF POWDER MILK USED IN DAILY LIFE BY BANGLADESHI PEOPLE

Authors

Ashfia Rahman,MJ Abedin,MA Rahman,Md Ghulam Zakir

Journal

ASSESSMENT

Published Date

2021/6

Radiological contamination is one of the most significant factors of food pollution and is harmful to human as well as living being if the activity strengths are high enough and having the long half-life. Considering the beginning, radionuclides those have the short half-life, became stable. These radionuclides may be dispersed by air and radionuclide can be mobilized by water and soil. So that different agro based food can be contaminated by radionuclides mobilization. The presence of radiological contaminants in foodstuffs which may affect human health causing mild to severe illnesses like different types of cancer. The present study is to assess the radionuclide contamination in powder milk of different brand those are produced locally or globally. The experimental procedure has been performed using ‘Gamma Spectroscopy’data acquisition Setup. The spectrum data shows, 40 K, 140 La, 212 Pb, 212 Bi, 214 Bi, 208 TI, 228 Ac are almost available in every sample. The activity concentration has been compared to the reference value provided by WHO. Study on foodstuff contamination should be continued to avoid health risks.

Ergonomic study of BRRI multi-row power weeder for rice cultivation

Authors

H Paul,MA Hossen,S Islam,MM Rahman,MA Rahman

Journal

Journal of Science, Technology and Environment Informatics

Published Date

2020

Weeds are unwanted and undesired plants which grow in the field crops. Weed growth is a major problem for wetland paddy condition. It competes with the main crop for their existence and total yield is lost by sharing space, water, nutrients and sunlight with the crop (Rao, 1999). The total crop production depends upon the utility and timely of weeding. The annual yield is lost 45% due to weeds which are lost 20% of diseases, 30% of insects and 5% of pest ( Mungale, 2007). Weeding process is the most effectiveness activities in rice farming system. The crops are always protected from weed by weeding system for better yield. Weed management is an essential but labour crisis is severe in this

Effect of fat sources and emulsifier supplementation in broiler starter, grower and finisher diets on performance, nutrient digestibility, and carcass parameters

Authors

J Kamran,Shahid Mehmood,MA Rahman,A Mahmud,M Hussain,A Rehman,S Khalil,SH Qamar

Journal

Brazilian Journal of Poultry Science

Published Date

2020/11/20

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of fat sources and emulsifier supplementation in different phases on growth performance of broilers. Treatments were; (T1) basal ration (BR) which contained soy oil (SO) and had inclusion of emulsifier for whole life, (T2) BR which contained poultry fat (PO) and had inclusion of emulsifier for whole life, (T3) BR which contained oxidized oil (OO) and had inclusion of emulsifier for whole life, (T4) BR which contained SO and had inclusion of emulsifier during starter phase (T5) BR which contained PO and had inclusion of emulsifier during the starter phase, (T6) BR which contained OO and had inclusion of emulsifier during the starter phase, (T7) BR which contained SO and had inclusion of emulsifier during the starter phase (T8) BR which contained PO and had inclusion of emulsifier during the grower phase, (T9) BR which contained OO and had inclusion of emulsifier during the grower phase, (T10) BR which contained SO and had inclusion of emulsifier during the finisher phase, (T11) BR which contained PO and had inclusion of emulsifier during the finisher phase (T12) BR which contained OO and had inclusion of emulsifier during the finisher phase. The Basal ration which contained SO and supplemented emulsifier during the grower phase and throughout life increased the body weight gain. The supplementation of emulsifier in the finisher phase and throughout life in a diet which contained SO had better feed conversion ratio. The supplementation of emulsifier in the finisher phase and throughout life in SO based diet increased the dry matter and crude fat digestibility. We recommend …

Development of mixed fertilizer deep placement technology into soil simultaneously with mechanical rice seedling transplanting

Authors

MA Hossen,MGK Bhuiyan,MM Rahman,MK Zaman,MM Islam,MA Rahman

Journal

Journal of Science, Technology and Environment Informatics

Published Date

2020

Rice, a dominant and staple food crop, plays an important role in food security of about 160 million people in Bangladesh. Nearly 48% of rural employment, about two-third of total calorie supply and onehalf of the total protein consumption of the country’s people depend on rice (BRKB, 2018). Rice cultivation area, overall production, per unit yield, and cropping intensity expanded appreciably over the last 45 years. Except for those, employed labor in the agricultural sector decreased remarkably due to increasing rural to urban migration with the growth of non-farm employment opportunities, inflicting rural labour shortages ( Ziauddin and Ahmed, 2010). Half of agricultural GDP and one-sixth of rural household income depends on rice (Rahman et al., 2016). Modernization of rice production is the utmost need to feed the growing population of the country from gradually decreasing land. It mostly depends on the promotion of agricultural mechanization that helps to enhance the agricultural and food production of the country (Hossen, 2019). Nevertheless, agricultural mechanization is played a key function within the agro-food value chain system for sustainable production augmentation (Breuer et al. 2015). As we know, agriculture plays an extremely important role in Bangladesh’s economy as well as agricultural mechanization which has been accelerated in Bangladesh in recent years. Its degree of overall development remains rather low as compared to different South Asian countries. Over the last twenty years, farm power increased rapidly due to adoption of agricultural machinery. Raising more production with high productivity is one of the ways to …

Recent advances on oxygen reduction electrocatalysis: Correlating the characteristic properties of metal organic frameworks and the derived nanomaterials

Authors

Syed Shoaib Ahmad Shah,Tayyaba Najam,Muhammad Kashif Aslam,Muhammad Ashfaq,Mohammed M Rahman,Kun Wang,Panagiotis Tsiakaras,Shuqin Song,Yi Wang

Published Date

2020/7/5

This review summarizes the current advances of hetero-doped (Fe, Co, P, S, N) nanostructures derived from MOFs (metal-organic frameworks) for the oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) electrocatalysis. These nanomaterials are classified as: 0D (polyhedrons, hollow and core-shell structures), 1D (nanotubes and nanorods), 2D (nanosheets), and 3D (honeycomb like frameworks) morphologies. It is thoroughly discussed the critical and very important pathway of ORR, which occurs in electrochemical devices such as fuel cells and metal-air batteries (high energy capacity, excellent conversion efficiency and low environmental impact).Emphasis is given on the mechanistic studies devoted to both the nanostructure formation from MOFs and the morphology-activity relationship of transition-metal anchored carbon nanostructures transformed from MOFs. Controlled electronic structures, extrinsic/intrinsic structures and …

Pneumorrhachis and pneumothorax after epidural analgesia: a case report and review

Authors

Nissar Shaikh,Shoaib Nawaz,Ranjan Mathias,Rahman Ma,Marcus Lance,Firdous Ummunissa,Amna Khalifa Tellisi

Journal

Qatar Medical Journal

Published Date

2020

Epidural analgesia or anesthesia is a common procedure for pain relief, especially in obstetrics. Pneumorrhachis and pneumothorax are rare complications of epidural analgesia. They are considered asymptomatic entities but have recently caused increased morbidity and mortality. As the use of epidural analgesia and anesthesia increased significantly in the last decade, clinicians must be aware of this entity. This is a case report of pneumorrhachis causing pneumothorax and pneumomediastinum leading to respiratory distress. Case: A 26-year-old obese primigravida at 37 weeks’ gestation and with failure of progression of labor underwent lower segment cesarean section under epidural anesthesia. The procedure including the delivery of fetus was uneventful. In the post-anesthesia care unit, the patient became tachypneic, and her oxygen saturation was low despite supplemented oxygen by face mask and …

Management of Severely Burned Adult Patients: From Sedation to Organ Dysfunction

Authors

Nissar Shaikh,Shoaib Nawaz,Arshad Chanda,MM Naiathramveetil,MA Rahman,Muhammad Zubair,Qazi Zeeshan,R Mathais,AR Raju Vegesna,J Thomas

Journal

Frontiers in Medical Case Reports

Published Date

2020/7

Burns are devastating and debilitating injuries leading to high morbidity and mortality, emotional stress and they add to the financial burden. Severely burned patients should preferably be managed in burn centre with dedicated intensive care unit (ICU). Severity of burns are classified according to the degree of burns and total body surface area (TBSA) with burns. Rule of nine is used for calculation of TBSA with burn. Severe burns will cause cellular leak, hypovolemia, storm of proinflammatory markers and cardiovascular impairment leading to the burn shock and multiple organ dysfunction.

Abstracts from the 1st JoPPP Conference on Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice: Shah Alam, Malaysia. 28-29 August 2019

Authors

Salman Mehmood,Syed Muhammad Farid Hasan,Chinara Maratovna Razzakova,Liliya Eugenevna Ziganshina,Azjargal Ganbat,Tsetsegmaa Sanjjav,Bruce Sunderland,Gantuya Dorj,Gereltuya Dorj,Satibi Satibi,M Rifqi Rokhman,Hardika Aditama,Ika Kartini,Rini Ambarsari,Fajar Pramesti,Peng Yeow Loh,Siew Siang Chua,Mahmathi Karuppannan,Rohit Kumar Verma,Thomas Paraidathathu,Nur Akmar Taha,Wei Wen Chong,M Rozaini Rosli,Chin Fen Neoh,Mahmathi Karuppannan,W Nazariah W Hassan,Mahani Mahmud,Afifah Rahimi,David Bin-Chia Wu,Ren Ee Teh,Adliah Mhd Ali,Mohammed Mustapha,Hadzliana Zainal,Balamurugan Tangiisuran,Sabariah Noor Harun,Irene Looi,Norsima Nazifah Sidek,Khairul Azmi Ibrahim,Loo Keat Wei,Lee Keng Yee,Zariah Abdul Aziz,Khalid A Al-Sunaidar,Noorizan Abd Aziz,Yahaya Hassan,Mohamed Abdul Hameed,Nur Fatihah Binti Shaari,Mahmathi Karuppannan,Hasnah Ismail,Yuet Yen Wong,Chin Fen Neoh,Rifqa Danisha Nadhrah Ramlan,Wan Asma Najiha A Raman,Syazani Salman Radzaini,Norazila Abdul Ghani,Qi Ying Lean,Chin Fen Neoh,Yuet Yen Wong,A Md Shariff,M Karuppannan,S Gnanasan,A Aziz N,Muhammad Helmi Zaini,Mohd Shahezwan Abd Wahab,Dulmaa Lkhagvasuren,Enkhjargal Dorjbal,Qurratul-ain Leghari,Muhammad Shahzad Aslam,Neelum Malick,Sadia Kashif,Sharmeen Bawani,Nur Sufiza Bt Ahmad,Ernieda Hatah,Mohd Makmor-Bakry,Raveena Amee Nagaria,Syed Shahzad Hasan,Zaheer Ud-Din Babar,Erwin Martinez Faller,Jesa Madelo,Edward Agravante Tolentino,Zakiah Mohd Noordin,Mahmathi Karuppannan,Neoh Chin Fen,Nor Haizan Ibrahim Ghazali,F El-Dahiyat,M Rashrash,S Abuhamdah,R Abu Farha,Amjad Khan,Amer Hayat Khan,Syed Azhar Syed Sulaiman,Azreen Syazril Adnan,Saima Mushtaq,Maisarah Mohamad Fadzil,Muhammad Hadif Syahmi Mohd Akmal,Yuet Yen Wong,Chin Fen Neoh,Qi Ying Lean,Christina Malini,Noor Azizah Binti Abdul Wahab,Ahmad Fuad Shamsuddin,Ahmad Fauzi Dali,Norfarahin Abd Patah,Noorizam Ibrahim,Min H Cheah,Eon T Gan,Nur J Azman,Najma Kori,Petrick Periyasamy,Siti-Azdiah Abdul-Aziz,Wan Ismahanisa Ismail,Mohamed Azmi Ahmad Hassali,Maryam Farooqui,Muhammad Nabil Fikri Roslan,Nurhidayah Ab Rahim,Syarifah Masyitah Habib Dzulkarnain,Audrey K Chigome,Moliehi Matlala,Johanna C Meyer,Nur Hazirah Izzati Zaidi,Kamaliah Md Saman,Mathumalar Loganathan Fahrni,Fajaratunur A Sani,Shubashini Gnanasan,Mahmathi Karuppannan,Dema Nasser Alhebs,Nur Sabiha Md Hussin,Shubashini Gnanasan,Mahmathi Karupannan,Yogheswaran Gopalan,Badamkhand Gankhulug,Otgonbileg Tegshee,Gereltuya Dorj,Tsetsegmaa Sanjjav,Bruce Sunderland,Gantuya Dorj,Azjargal Ganbat,Gereltuya Dorj,Tsetsegmaa Sanjjav,Bruce Sunderland,Gantuya Dorj,D Ariunaa,S Purevsuren,S Tugsbileg,B Boditsetseg,D Baigalmaa,B Bolor,B Otgonbat,P Mandahnaran,Asma Alhatlani,Nujud Alshehaitan

Journal

Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice

Published Date

2020/1

Pharmaceutical industry is one of the main contributors of public health. In a pharmaceutical industry, Data integrity is one of the most important aspect that relates to drug quality, safety, efficacy and purity. Recently, many industries have been given warning letters due to the violation of data integrity and strict action had been taken by international and local regulatory authorities. Data integrity should be a part of pharmaceutical policy. It claims that product has been manufactured after meeting the predetermined specification and quality attributes and showed compliance of testing methods according to the guidelines given in official books. The FDA, USA considers integrity of data, from initial step where it is generated, and extending throughout its life cycle, to be a critical component which ensures that only high quality and safe drugs are manufactured. Hence, it is essential to record each and every detail of drug …

Effect of banana peel extract on storage stability of banana cv. Sagar

Authors

M Rahman,TB Hossain,MS Hossain,S Sattar,PC Das

Journal

Food Research

Published Date

2020/4

Due to shorter shelf life and inadequate postharvest facilities, every year a huge loss of banana occurs in Bangladesh. An effective postharvest practice can reduce the spoilage rate as well as can extend the shelf life of banana. In this context, this current study was conducted to assess the effect of banana peel extract (BPE) on shelf life and quality characteristics of ripe banana (cultivar: sagar). Four types of ripe banana samples were prepared and were assessed to find the changes of different physico-chemical parameters like weight loss, color, flavor, firmness, total soluble solid (TSS), pH and spoilage rate. Storage study showed that shelf life of banana can be extended around 2-3 days by spraying BPE on the outer surface of ripe banana. Bananas without treatment were completely spoiled on the fifth day of storage whereas 31.25, 50.00 and 69.23% samples were spoiled on that day in case of bananas treated with BPE of 80% ethanol, distilled water and acetone respectively. The best retention of color, flavor and texture was found for samples treated with BPE of 80% ethanol. Finally, this study revealed that banana peel can be used as a potential source to preserve banana with extended shelf stability.

Demography and Symptom Profile of Tetanus: A Cross-sectional Observation in an Infectious Disease Hospital of Bangladesh.

Authors

MK Hasan,MI Patwary,K Fatema,ST Alam,MS Tabrez,MM Rahman,SS Haq,MR Kabir,M Akther,AF Noman,N Zafrin

Journal

Mymensingh Medical Journal: MMJ

Published Date

2020/1/1

Tetanus is a potentially preventable neurological infectious disorder with paucity of literature in Bangladesh. We aimed to see the demography and symptom profile of tetanus cases managed at the Infectious disease Hospital Sylhet. This hospital based cross-sectional descriptive study was conducted within the time period of January to December 2012 among 50 consecutive admitted patients in the Infectious Disease Hospital, Sylhet, Bangladesh who were diagnosed as a case of tetanus and fulfilling the inclusion criteria and exclusion criteria. Neonatal tetanus was considered as exclusion criteria and clinical diagnosis of tetanus was considered as the tetanus. Data were collected purposively with pretested predesigned questionnaire. Data were processed manually and analyzed with the help of SPSS Version 16.0. The mean±SD age was 33.00±16.8 years, ranging from 10 to 70 years. Among the 50 respondents, 72.0% were male, 50% from lower class, 34% were students and 30.0% had their educational status of primary level, 60.0% from rural social background. Trismus was found in 98.0% of the cases, rigidity in 96.0% cases, body ache in 94.0% cases, dysphagia in 92.0% cases, neck pain in 78.0% cases, dysarthria in 92.0% cases, reflex spasm in 66.0% cases, opisthotonus in 46.0% cases and urinary retention in 26.0% cases. In this study rural male people with lower socioeconomic status individuals were mostly affected with trismus, rigidity, body ache and dysphagia symptoms.

Promising Early Planting And Stress-Tolerant Potato Genotypes For Northern Bangladesh

Authors

MN Amin,BC Kundu,M Rahman,MM Rahman,MM Uddin

Journal

Malaysian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture (MJSA)

Published Date

2020

Potato is the number one vegetable crop, have higher economic returns than cereals such as High Yielding Variety (HYV) rice. Potato yields are still comparatively low in Bangladesh. This is caused by numerous factors, the most important of which include low levels of applied technology and mechanization, fragmentation of production plots, production under dry conditions with high summer temperatures, and limited use of certified seed material, used on only 10-12% of the planted area. In addition, potato yields in Bangladesh are very unstable and very susceptible to abiotic stresses. Similar conditions limiting potato production were found in Montenegro (Jovovic et al., 2011). The appropriate selection of varieties can help diminish the adverse impacts on production, especially the water-air regime of soil, high air temperatures and short growing season for potato cultivation (Jovovic et al., 2002). Potatoes for human consumption must have acceptable organoleptic quality in order to meet consumer demands. The tubers should be nicely shaped with shallow buds, and be healthy, strong and uniformly sized, Tuber skin and flesh color are not essential quality components, but significantly influence customers’ interest. Variety productivity is a function of its ability to provide stable high yields in different agro-ecological conditions. Therefore, it is very important to develop varieties that will be able to provide consistent high yields across a wide range of environmental conditions. Principal component analysis (PCA) can improve selection efficiency in crop improvement programs (Johnson and Wichern, 2007).Through this method, fewer variables …

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Population dynamics of Gray eel catfish (Plotosus canius Hamilton, 1822) at mangrove estuary in Bangladesh

Cerebral Circulation and Its Clinical Impact

Short Term Outcome of Therapeutic ERCP in the Management of Biliary Ascariasis in a Tertiary Care Hospital of Bangladesh.

Hard-Hydrophobic Nano-CuO Coating via Electrochemical Oxidation for Heat Transfer Performance Enhancement

Numerical study of nano and micro pollutant particle transport and deposition in realistic human lung airways

Association between convalescent plasma treatment and mortality in COVID-19: a collaborative systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials

ASSESSMENT OF RADIONUCLIDES CONTAMINATION OF POWDER MILK USED IN DAILY LIFE BY BANGLADESHI PEOPLE

Ergonomic study of BRRI multi-row power weeder for rice cultivation

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are the top articles of Ab Rahman Mahmood at Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka.

What are Ab Rahman Mahmood's research interests?

The research interests of Ab Rahman Mahmood are: machining process, machine tool rigidity, productivity, quality control, AHP

What is Ab Rahman Mahmood's total number of citations?

Ab Rahman Mahmood has 7,848 citations in total.

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