Imran Sabri

Imran Sabri
King Faisal University · Department of Biomedical Sciences (College of Medicine)

M.D. [Forensic Medicine]
Coordinator, Forensic Medicine Division

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Introduction
Imran Sabri currently works at the Department of Biomedical Sciences (College of Medicine), King Faisal University. Imran does research in Recovery of DNA in forensic Sample. Their current project is 'Online Course'.
Additional affiliations
September 2012 - September 2019
King Faisal University
Position
  • Faculty Member
September 2010 - August 2012
Sharda University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Position
  • UG Teaching

Publications

Publications (46)
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This paper aims to examine the worldwide research development and trends in forensic anthropology by using bibliometric analysis. Scopus database was used to identify all published papers on forensic anthropology from establishment until the year 2020. A total of 4,499 records were analyzed for yearly publication productivity, authorship and citati...
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The Symposium was patroned by Her Royal Highness Princess Sabeeka bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa, wife of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, the King of Bahrain and President of the Supreme Council for Women (SCW). Main Symposium theme is “Accomplishing Innovation in Higher Education to Answer the Problems of Tomorrow: Problem and Project-based Le...
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Background: Semen is the one of the important Forensic Sample recovered from the scene of crime however the time of recovery may differ from fresh to months. Material and Method: Semen Samples were kept at room temperature for a period of 3-6 months at room temperature to know the amount of quantitative DeoxyriboNucleic Acid [DNA] recovery from the...
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Introduction: Teaching and Learning is the main aspect of any academic institution around the globe. Recent revolution of Computer and other Information Technology resources is helping academic institution to serve the community in a better way. Computers are increasingly used in medical education. Literature Review: Electronic learning (elearning...
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Justice is defined according to dictiory.com as “the quality of being just; righteousness, equitableness, or moral rightness.”[2]. Justice and injustice are relative terms, as justice for one may be injustice to the other. “The Theory of Relative Justice” implies that “we are living in a world of Relative Justice”. In order to protect the rights of...
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ABSTRACT Objective: To determine the awareness of cardiovascular risks among type-2 diabetic patients in Al-Ahsa, Saudi Arabia, to identify factors associated with their perceived risk, and examine whether their perceived risk influences their desire to adopt risk reducing behavior. Method: Any patient diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, with or with...
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Department of Pathology at King Fahd Hospital of the University / KFHU (affiliated with Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University), Dammam
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In Saudi Arabia, there are more than 30 universities with medical colleges. About 60% teach forensic medicine to undergraduate medical students. The content of this article is based on traditional curriculum, which is the same as taught in other universities of the Kingdom. Forensic Medicine is a one credit hour course with 15 contact hours. Level...
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Title: Proceedings of Annual Undergraduate Mentor Research Symposium [PAUMRS-2015-16] Edition: 1st Year of Publication: 2016 Place of Publication: Al-Ahsa Published by: College of Medicine, King Faisal University, Al-Ahsa © College of Medicine, King Faisal University Al-Ahsa 2016
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Proceedings of Annual Undergraduate Mentor Research Symposium [PAUMRS 2015-16]
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The devotion of the team of FAMCONEWS towards this newsletter is an inspiration for other employees as well as the students. I believe the members are left with new understanding of invention and creative process that will be put to good use in both personal and professional lives. I wish you all good luck.
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The Students handbook of Medical Ethics is compiled and edited by Medical Ethics Committee under the direct patronage of the Dr Waleed Hamed Albuali, Dean of the College, College of Medicine, King Faisal University, AL-Ahsa, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The main purpose behind this book is to facilitate the students of the college, who face difficultie...
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ABSTRACT: The Students handbook of Medical Ethics is compiled and edited by Medical Ethics Committee under the direct patronage of the Dean of the College, College of Medicine, King Faisal University, AL-Ahsa, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The main purpose behind this book is to facilitate the students of the college, who face difficulties in the field...
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Philosophy of Teaching in Medical Education
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Women form the integral pillars of our society as they figuratively represent the first school where our children begin learning. Healthy mothers nurture healthy children and thus, care of a future mother should start with the birth of a female baby. In some societies, women still continue to fight for their basic rights and hence, it is unlikely t...
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We are now less than a year to the target date for achieving millennium development goals (MDGs) by 2015. However we are not much surprised after reading the UNO report of 2013, which doesn't show promising results. For example one in eight people worldwide remain hungry, still too many women die in childbirth, more than 2.5 billion people lack imp...
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Though, it is very obvious that family & community medicine (FAMCO) department plays an important role at any university in any part of the world, but my FAMCO department has unique features. It has variety of staff with high qualifications and experiences from different part of the world. The team has management experts, public health specialist,...
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DNA Fingerprinting is the technique applied to prepare a profile of an individual containing DNA (Deoxyribo Nucleic Acid) in their cell nucleus. More specifically this technique is applied to human beings, although DNA fingerprinting is also done in bacteria, fungus, plants, etc. In this chapter we are focusing with only Human DNA Fingerprinting.
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Identification means fixing the exact personality of an individual. It is the determination of an individuality of a person on the basis of certain physical characteristic. Identification of the person is usually carried out by the police. However, a medical person in certain situations has to confirm about the identity of an individual based on hi...
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Internship training is a very important component of Medical Education in India as well as globally. Fifteen day training in forensic medicine department is presently optional in India as it depends on the willingness of students to do it or not. In these fifteen days posting, it is expected from the students that they can perform post-mortem indep...
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Taser is a variant of stun gun that is mainly used by the law authorities to control violent or escaping criminals. A Taser is an electroshock weapon which uses electrical current to disrupt voluntary control of muscles. Considering its utility, some psychiatric hospitals are planning to use them in their emergency departments for better handling o...
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Abstract It is very evident that most of homicide and suicide have own underlying psychopathologies. The suicide is a social and auto framed event performed by patient under distressful condition with un-intention to harm other. Homicidal in mental illness is unintentional behaviour performed by offender under influence of underlying psychopatholog...
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Taser is a variant of stun gun that is mainly used by the law authorities to control violent or escaping criminals. A Taser is an electroshock weapon which uses electrical current to disrupt voluntary control of muscles. Considering its utility, some psychiatric hospitals are planning to use them in their emergency departments for better handling o...
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Bioterrorism is the intentional use of micro-organisms and toxins to produce disease and death in humans, livestock and crops, their attraction in war and for use in terrorist attacks is attributed to various unique features. Biological weapons can be disseminated by aerosol sprays, explosives or food and water contamination. They can strike sudden...
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With recent advancement of civilization, man has been inventing various tools to as¬sist him in living in the changed envi¬ronment. Online Medical Education System has now become reality. Developing and maintaining website of Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology by every medical college is the need of the hour. Developing and maintaining...
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Head injury is one of the major public health problems and has already attained epidemic proportions in India. The incidence of head injuries is growing with greater mechanization in industry and an increase in high velocity mode of transport. The injuries could be caused by a penetrating or blunt force either by direct violence or indirectly. The...
Conference Paper
Mobile phone radiation toxicity is not a new term to be discussed. In simpler sense this term is related to the toxic effects of electromagnetic radiations emitted by the mobile phones/cell phone/mobile phone towers on the human body. The widespread use of mobile phones has been increased over the past decade; they are now an essential part of busi...
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A person struck by a taser gun experiences stimulation of his sensory and motor nerves, resulting in strong involuntary muscle contractions. This may lead to physiological changes similar to a moderate intensity exercise. The mechanism of action of Taser gun is Electro-Muscular Disruption (EMD) technology. Though Tasers are considerably safe, some...
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Blood Samples were kept at room temperature for a period of 3-6 months at room temperature to know the amount of quantitative DeoxyriboNucleic Acid [DNA] recovery from these samples. We are able to recover good amount of DNA for about first 3-6 weeks after which the DNA is decreased drastically and after two months there hardly any chance of intact...
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Biological warfare is the intentional use of micro-organisms and toxins to produce disease and death in humans, livestock and crops, their attraction in war, and for use in terrorist attacks is attributed to various unique features. Biological weapons (BWs) can be disseminated by aerosol sprays, explosives or food and water contamination. Bws can s...
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Indifference towards victims of accidents and those in emergency medical conditions and even women under labour who are about to deliver is not peculiar to India but is prevalent in other countries also. The SC of India as long back as 1989 observed in Parmanand Katara v. Union of India that when accidents occur and the victims are taken to hospita...
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In India forensic investigation,specially when conducted by the primary investigating agencies, has suffered from severe short comings. But with time as forensic techniques have taken rapid strides these short comings have become even more glaring.One of the main reasons for the low conviction rates in our judicial system is lack of solid forensic...
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Blood Samples were kept at different temperature for a period of 3 months to know the amount of quantitative DNA recovery from these samples in different conditions of temperature and ageing [Time]. The DNA isolation was done by standard phenol-chloroform method and optical density of the isolated DNA was measured by spectrophotometer. Recoverable...
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Workshop on EXPLORING GENOMES WITH BIOINFORMATICS February 22-23, 2006 Interdisciplinary Biotechnology Unit, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh� Sponsored by: Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India.
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ISLAM AND DISEASES An Article By: Dr Imran Sabri Email: imran@medbeats.com What will be your reaction if I tell you that ISLAM plays a very important role in preventing diseases. Some of you must be surprised but believe me this is true. I remember the saying of a great man that “Islam is the Best Religion”. When I first heard this line I was not f...

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Projects (3)
Project
To create awareness among stakeholders on issues related to MTP in India To help and understand complicated issues related to MTP in India
Archived project
The Newsletter of Department of Family and Community Medicine An initiative for dissemination of some important information needs for community awareness.
Project
Certificate Course in Medical Education