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Asmaa N Mohammed
The hygienic quality of drinking water for cattle originated from different sources together with the efficacy and usability of two types of disinfectants against waterborne pathogens were assessed for small cattle breeders and dairy cattle farms. A total of 120 drinking water samples were collected from water troughs representing three different water sources commonly used for cattle drinking (tap, underground and surface water; nā€‰=ā€‰65, 25, and 30, respectively). Collected samples were cultured for isolation and identification of pathogenic bacteria using serological techniques and PCR...
March 2016: Environmental Monitoring and Assessment
M A Moid, A H Akhanda, S Islam, S K Halder, R Islam
This prospective study was done to find out the epidemiological factors of suppurative corneal ulcer and the common causative bacterial and fungal isolates from the, patients with suppurative corneal ulcer in secondary and tertiary level hospital at Mymensingh region. A total 100 samples of corneal scrapings were collected purposively from clinically diagnosed suppurative corneal ulcer patients from March 18, 2012 to March 17, 2013. Out of the total 100 samples, bacterial species were 29(29%) cases and the fungal spacies were 71(71%) identified by the culture in blood agar, chocolate agar and sabouraud's agar media and also by microscopic examination...
April 2015: Mymensingh Medical Journal: MMJ
Qaisar Mansoor, Saira Shaheen, Uzma Javed, Uzma Shaheen, Irum Iqrar, Muhammad Ismail
Exploring healing power in plants emerged in prehistory of human civilization. Sustaining good health has been achieved over the millions of years by use of plant products in various traditional sockets. A major contribution of medicinal plants to health care systems is their limitless possession of bioactive components that stimulate explicit physiological actions. Luckily Pakistan is blessed with huge reservoir of plants with medicinal potential and some of them; we focused in this study for their medicinal importance...
July 2013: Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Abayneh Unasho, Aberra Geyid, Abebe Melaku, Asfaw Debela, Amha Mekasha, Samson Girma, Tesfaye Kebede, Surafael Fantaw, Nega Asaminew, Kidanemariam Mamo
BACKGROUND: Respiratory Tract infections continue to be a major cause of morbidity and mortality world wide. There is a failure to treat respiratory infections due to the emergence of antibiotic resistant strains among the most common respiratory pathogens. OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the in vitro antibacterial activities of two traditionally used plants: Albizia gummifera (Ambabesa-Muka, Oromifa, Sessa-Amharic.) and Ferula communis (Doge-Oromifa, Dog-Amharic) against clinical isolates of S...
January 2009: Ethiopian Medical Journal
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