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Articles by Jamaludin Zainol
Total Records ( 2 ) for Jamaludin Zainol
  Yam Mun Fei , A.G. Pillay and Jamaludin Zainol
  In this experiment, 30 laboratory albino rats were tested to compare the effectiveness of 15 UMF manuka honey in the treatment of burn wounds in contrast to the control group for wounds= tensile strength and histopathological changes during healing process. The treatments were applied on the deep partial thickness burn wounds inflicted by modified electric solder (Yam Mun Fei, 2002). Three rats from each group were studied at day 5, day 10, day 15 and day 20 for histopathological and tensile strength studies. Three rats were randomly selected from each group (treatment and control groups) within 24 hours (day 0) post burned to determine histological changes. Generally, the tensile strength increased on day 5 and day 10 because of fibroblast activity (Kenyon and Michaels, 1983) and decreased on day 15 and day 20 due to the rearrangement of the collagen (Lee et al., 1986). However, there is no significant difference (P<0.05) in the tensile strengths of both the treatment and control groups on various days. The treatment group healed faster compared to the control group. The 15 UMF manuka honey treatment showed scar formation after 6 to 9 days post burned and the control showed scarring after 8-12 days. However, all the wounds didn’t show any sign of infection and no pustule was observed during the experimental period. Epithelialization was observed in the 15 UMF manuka honey treatment on day 5 and almost completed by day 10, whereas the control group showed complete epithelialization only on day 15 and day 20.
  Ahmad Taha Khalaf , Liu Junhua , Wang Yong , Samiah Yasmin Abdul Kadir , Jamaludin Zainol , Saeid Reza Doustjalali , Negar Shafiei Sabet , Vinothini Appalanaidu , Karim Al-Jashamy , Munira Bhuiyan and A.E. Muftah
  The mental health of students and its many possible determinants are of obvious importance. The purpose of this study was to investigate psychological health status of middle and primary schools students in China. Out of 18 middle and primary schools in Maojian area of Shiyan city, 5 school’s students, teachers and parents (543 participants) carried out a questionnaire survey in a randomized way. Achenbach child Behavior Checklist (CBCL), the Pupil Rating Scale (Revised) (PRS), conner’s Parent Symptom Questionnaire (PSQ), conner’s Teacher Rating Scale (TRS) were used and a survey designed questionnaire for this purpose. The survey investigation demonstrated that 89.29% of students are doing well they were in a healthy psychological status, sublime pursuits and cherish promising prospective with a correct outlook on life and values while the rest 10.71% of students have comparatively severe psychological problems. The major problems appeared to be indefinite purpose of study; self-reproach tendency; impulsiveness; emotion instability: feeling lonely and communicative anxiety. The survey exhibited that those students in higher grades were more prone to serious psychological problems than those in lower grades.
 
 
 
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