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Articles by Kh. N. Islam
Total Records ( 2 ) for Kh. N. Islam
  Kh. N. Islam , M.Z.I. Khan , M.S.I. Siddiqui , M.R. Islam , N.S. Lucky , M.K. Hossain and G.N. Adhikary
  The anatomical studies of the kidneys of Rhode Island Red (RIR) and White Leghorn (WLH) chicken during their postnatal stages of growth and development were investigated in the present study. The chicken were grouped into day old, day 30, day 90, day 180 and day 360.The gross structures of the kidney (weight, relative weight, length, breadth and thickness) during their growth period were estimated by using the measuring balance and scale. The histological structures of the kidney (the nephrons, the number of glumerulae and the presence of collagen and elastic fibers within the kidney) were also studied by light microscope using hematoxylin and eosin stain, Van Gieson and Verhoeff`s stain. The gross structures were significantly higher in the RIR than the WLH chicken whereas the histological structure (number of glomerulae) were higher in WLH than RIR chicken. From these data it may be suggested that these differences did not depend on the developmental stages of growth and development but depend on the genetic variation of the chicken.
  M. S. Mazumder , M. K. Hossain , M. N. Islam and Kh. N. Islam
  The study was conducted to investigate the opinion about reproductive behavior commodity participation in contraceptive mothers opinion about suitable contraceptive method during breastfeeding in Bangladesh. For this purpose secondary data were collected from Bangladesh Institute of Research for Promotion of Essential and Reproductive Health and Technologies (BIRPERHT), in Bangladesh in the year 1995. The contraceptive effectiveness of lactational amenorrhoea during exclusive breastfeeding the baby, 35.6% mentioned that this period is fully protective from risk of contraception; about 37.9% stated that there is a partial risk of pregnancy. The suckling of the infant appears to trigger the chain of events. Stimulating the hypothalamus and anterior pituitary to release some hormones and inhibit the release of mothers. This has the total effect of suppressing ovulation with contraceptive effect being strongest during lactational period. Mothers in rural and urban area may choose to adopt a contraceptive method during breastfeeding and that is suitable method in this period oral pill 33% and condom 28% by their opinions. The overall distribution of opinion about risk of conception reflects that significantly larger proportion with 99% confidence level of urban mothers think that lactational period does not provide adequate protection from conception. Mothers should be informed about the maternal health benefit of breastfeeding including lactational period and its contraceptive effect, which increases birth interval and maintain good health of the mothers.
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