An Analysis of College Students’ Consumption Idea under the Internet Celebrity Economy
Liu Yusi, Niu Sijie
Page Numbers : 146-151
DOI : 10.36348/sjbms.2021.v06i05.001
With the rapid development of new Internet media in recent years, the Internet celebrity economy has been booming gradually. Contemporary young college students, as the focus of social media, are at an important stage of forming their consumption ideas, which is easily affected by the Internet cultural environment. This paper analyzes and studies the current consumption ideas of college students under the influence of the Internet celebrity economy. It also discusses the cultivation methods suitable for the current correct consumption idea of college students, and puts forward feasible solutions to the existing problems according to the investigation, so as to guide college students to establish a correct consumption idea.
Original Research Article
May 14, 2021
Outcome of Hemi Arthroplasty Using Cemented Bipolar Prosthesis in Neglected Fracture Neck of Femur in Elderly: A Study of 1156 Cases
Md. Munzur Rahman, Dr. Md. Hassan Jamil Hedyatullah, Dr. Abul Kalam Azad, Hasibul Hasan
Page Numbers : 123-128
DOI : 10.36348/sjbr.2021.v06i05.007
Introduction: A much controversy exists regarding treatment of neck of femur fractures in elderly. Currently, choices available options for an Orthopaedic surgeon for treating these fractures in elderly are Canulated cancellous screw fixation, Girldstone, unipolar hemiarthroplasty, bipolar hemiarthroplasty and total hip arthroplasty. One of the most common treatments of Garden type-III & IV fracture of femoral neck in elderly in low- and middle-income countries is bipolar hemiarthroplasty. This study was conducted to evaluate functional outcome of fracture neck of femur treated with cemented bipolar hemiarthroplasty in elderly. Materials and Methods: Multicentered based non randomized quasi experimental prospective study was performed in Rajshahi Medical College Hospital, Dhaka Medical College Hospital and Spine & Orthopaedic Specialized Centre, Rajshahi, Bangladesh from January 2010 to December 2019.Total number of patients n=1156 with fracture neck of femur were operated with cemented bi-polar prosthesis of femoral component and their functional outcomes were assessed on the basis of modified Harris Hip Score. Results: At the end of 10 year after surgery, the functional results were analyzed by SPSS 18.0. All patients were in the age group of 50-85 years with mean age of 62.09 years for males and 69.42 years for females. 48% percent of the patients had sub-capital fracture radiologically, while 52% had Transcervical. In 68% of cases, the mode of injury was trivial trauma. Complications observed were superficial surgical site infection (1%), affected sided mild hip pain (15%), LLD < 1.25 cm of 0.01% and post-operative dislocation within 3 months in another patient. There were 64% excellent results, 28% good results and 8% fair results. No poor results were found in our study. Conclusions: Elderly neglected patients with displaced fracture of neck femur are able to ambulate early after Cemented bipolar hemi arthroplasty. The complication rate is very low and.......
Original Research Article
May 12, 2021
Nexus Islamic Banking and Economic Growth in Bahrain
Omar Salim Ali
Page Numbers : 180-191
DOI : 10.36348/sjef.2021.v05i05.001
Islamic banking has developed as an important tool for the progress of the economy in many countries because it based on investment and financing projects globally, reported by World Bank's 2015 report. In many parts of the world, Islamic economics has the prospective to contribute and to face the encounters of termination of poverty and rising development. This study undertaken in Bahrain in order for investigate the nexus of Islamic banking and economic growth. Bahrain become one among the most developed Islamic banking activities and other Islamic instruments like Takaful, capital market and so on. This paper based on two correlated specific objectives that were survey the long-term relationship and causal linkage between economic growth and Islamic banking in the Bahrain. Although Bahrain have many Islamic banks operated but for the purpose of the study and research problem with availability of data only one bank was selected which called Al Salam Bank. This bank have good experience, existed for long time and have already announce as one of the as the best and better performance Islamic bank in Bahrain. The study based on quantitative approach and data was secondary and collected from al salam annually financial statements and world bank data set for the period from 2000 to 2020 which was time series. Study variables were Islamic bank’s assets, Great fixed capital formation, GDP per capital and foreign direct investment. Methodology which applied were the unit root problem was tested, then testing the co-integration with long run structural model, then the VECM, then Variance decomposition then Impulse Response Function and finishing persistence profile. Findings shown that Islamic banking in Bahrain have positive long run with positive short run relationship with economic growth. Also result shown that Islamic bank asset take the leading variable on the affect the GDP in Bahrain which supported by VECM. These outcomes give implication that the growth.......
Subject Category: Anatomy
May 11, 2021
Sexual Dimorphism in Facial, Nasal, Mandibular, Maxillary and Orofacial Heights of the Ikwerre People in Rivers State
Sonny Clement Okoseimiema, Kenneth Amadi, John Nwolim Paul
Page Numbers : 130-133
DOI : 10.36348/sb.2021.v07i05.002
Background: An attractive face, no doubt is pleasing to behold, however the definition of an attractive face is subject to factors such as personality, culture, age, ethnic background as well as personal preferences. Beauty, ugliness and handsomeness are subjective attributes ascribed to the facial appearance of individual. Though the determination of each is personal subjective, it is obvious that the human face is the most beautiful and attractive of all the mammals. Hence, this study was aimed at determining whether there is sexual dimorphism in the facial height, nasal height, mandibular height, maxillary height and orofacial height of the Ikwerre people in Rivers State. Materials and Methods: The study was cross-sectional that included males and females of the Ikwerre ethnicity of Rivers state of Nigeria. A total of 1,038 subjects comprising males (585) and females (453) aged between 5 – 45years were used for this study. The parents and grandparents were all from Ikwerre ethnic group. Each subject sat on a comfortable sitting position and then their facial measurements were taken including; facial height, nasal height, mandibular height, maxillary height and orofacial height. Results and Discussions: Results & Discussion: F.H. for males in the age grade 25yrs and above was 106.81±11.58, while for the females 101.24±6.98; N.H. for the males: 37.991±6.126, while for the females 38.344±6.255, Man. H. males: 47.511±8.016, females: 41.975±7.018; Max. H males: 22.08±21.16, females: 20.107±3.667, and O.H. males: 69.59±22.76, while females had 62.083±8.013. The result of the study showed that across the age categories the males consistently had higher values of the facial parameters investigated. Conclusion: The result of the study showed that there was sexual dimorphism with the male values of all the facial dimensions measured were significantly higher than female values (P<0.05).
Original Research Article
May 10, 2021
“Study of Psychiatric Co-morbidity in Autism Spectrum Disorder”
Lt. Col. Anwar Parvez Bhuiyan, Brig. Gen. (Rtd) Md. Azizul Islam, Mohammad SI Mullick, Lt. Col. Salah Uddin Ahmmed, Maj. Mohammad Saifur Bayzid, Atiyah Hasin
Page Numbers : 205-213
DOI : 10.36348/sjmps.2021.v07i05.002
Background: Autism is one of the pervasive developmental disorders throughout the world that is causing serious familial, social and economic burden to the different nations. The prevalence of autism is probably about 20 per 10000 children. Autism is four times common in boys as in girls. Objective: To find out the psychiatric co-morbidity in Autism spectrum disorder. Methods: This was a descriptive and cross sectional study among the patient attending in Department of Psychiatry, Combined Military Hospital, Dhaka, Proyash School (Special Child Special Right), Dhaka Cantonment, National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), Dhaka and Institute of Pediatric Neurodisorder & Autism (IPNA) in Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU), Dhaka, Bangladesh. The study was carried out 6 months from April, 2016 to September, 2016. Sample size n=100 patients. Informed written consent was taken from patent’s parent/caregiver. During data collection, a semi-structured questionnaire designed by the researcher containing socio-demographic and other variables was used. Then Developments and Well-Being Assessment (DAWBA) was applied on the ASD children. The DAWBA has three versions-parent versions, self-version and teacher version. In this study parent version was used. Data was analyses by software program me statistical package for Social Sciences (SPSS) version 16 for windows using appropriate statistical test- chi square test. Results: Among the respondents (n=100) 79% Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) children had comorbid psychiatric illness and 21% children had no comorbid psychiatric illness. Most frequent 72.15% was ADHD followed by Specific phobia 11.39%, Social phobia 6.33% and Major Depressive disorder 1.27%. Two comorbid psychiatric illnesses were present in 8.86% ASD children. Chi-square test was done to measure the level of significance. But there were no significant association (significant when p value ≤0.05) found between socio-demographic factors and ..........
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