Moinul Hasan

Moinul Hasan
University of Melbourne | MSD · School of BioSciences

DVM; MS
PhD fellow at The University of Melbourne

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Additional affiliations
February 2018 - present
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
February 2016 - February 2018
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Position
  • Lecturer
Education
January 2015 - December 2016
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Field of study
  • Veterinary

Publications

Publications (35)
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Repeat breeding syndrome (RBS)is a multifactorial disorder in dairy cows, which cause a serious economic loss. The study was intended to know the effects of single-timed artificial insemination (SAI) and double-timed artificial insemination (DAI) with and without injection of gonadorelin acetate (GnRH analogue) for the improvement of fertility in r...
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The present review concentrates on the notion that different blood and blood sera indices play an imperative role in countless biological processes that are significant for reproductive physiology in animals. Specifically, the manuscript describes the necessity of hematological and serum biochemical dynamics in the reproduction of dairy cows. The p...
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Objective: The experiment was designed to establish suitable management strategies through the different feeding and breeding approaches on fertility improvement in the experimental repeat breeding (RB) cows. Materials and methods: 80 RB cows were selected for this experiment. Before grouping, all cows were deworming and then divided into four e...
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The study was aimed to evaluate methods for nonsurgical castration of Black Bengal bucks by intra-testicular injection of calcium chloride, sodium chloride, citric acid solutions or sterile deionized water. Twelve healthy bucks were randomly allotted to groups A, B, C, and D, consisting of three bucks each. The local anesthetic, 2% lidocaine hydroc...
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Objective: This study was undertaken to compare the curative efficacy of marigold leaf paste and turmeric paste on healing the incised wound in sheep. The study also determined the antimicrobial effects and histopathological changes in a wound's healing process treated with these medicinal herbs. Materials and methods: Surgical wounds (n = 18) w...
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With timely recognition and surgical intervention along with administration of an antibiotic, antihistaminic, and anti‐inflammatory drugs, evisceration of umbilical content with extensive adhesion can be treated, and the outcome is also good.
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Background: Amid a critical and emergent situation like the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic related to extreme health and economic repercussions, we used and presented the mathematical modeling like susceptible-infectious-recovered (SIR) to have a numerical demonstration that can shed light to decide the fate of the scourge in Bangladesh. T...
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The study aimed to provide baseline information about various surgical affections of calves at Dhunot and Bogura Sadar Upazila Veterinary Hospitals in Bogura District from January 2014 to December 2018. Various surgical affections were diagnosed in 233 calves, this constituted 10.76% of the total surgical cases (2165) admitted during that period at...
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The study has been carried out to evaluate the clinical efficacy of ketamine with or without diazepam in sheep. Six healthy sheep were used in this study and randomly divided into two groups; Group A (atropine-diazepam-ketamine) and Group B (atropine-ketamine). Anaesthesia was induced with administration of diazepam (0.4 mg/kg b.wt) and ketamine (1...
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The resistance of antibiotics to organisms is a matter of global concern. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infection is rapidly increasing in both humans and animals. A two and half years old indigenous calf brought with myiasis wound and bacteria associated with myiasis wound was studied and further molecular detection confirms t...
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The pregnancy rate in indigenous ewes inseminated with frozen-thawed Suffolk semen following natural and synchronized estrus was determined. The serum Progesterone and Estrogen concentration and vaginal electrical resistance (VER) of ewes at the time of Artificial Insemination (AI) were observed as successful pregnancy determinants. 21 healthy ewes...
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The pregnancy rate in indigenous ewes inseminated with frozen-thawed Suffolk semen following natural and synchronized estrus was determined. The serum Progesterone and Estrogen concentration and vaginal electrical resistance (VER) of ewes at the time of Artificial Insemination (AI) were observed as successful pregnancy determinants. 21 healthy ewes...
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Umbilical hernia is occasionally seen with different levels of complexity in animals. However, eviscerated umbilical hernia with extensive adhesion in a bovine calf is not much common. With timely recognition and surgical intervention along with administration of antibiotic, antihistaminic and anti-inflammatory drugs, the outcome is generally good.
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Resistance of antibiotic to organisms is the matter of global concern. Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infection is rapidly increasing in both human and animals. A 2.5-year-old indigenous calf brought with myiasis wound and bacteria associated with myiasis wound was studied and further molecular detection confirms the presence MR...
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Saltwater crocodiles (SWC); Crocodylus porosus, the largest crocodile in the world but endangered in Bangladesh. Alongside Bangladesh, crocodile farming is a emerging industry across the 40 nations in the world. Almost 57% farmed reptiles harbor parasitic infection, among which some parasites have both medical and veterinary importance. Crocodiles...
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Case Description- Umbilical hernia is occasionally seen with different levels of complexity in animals This emergency condition requires quick diagnosis and is corrected with various surgical approaches. The aim of this paper is to report the surgical correction of an eviscerated umbilical hernia with extensive adhesion in a bovine calf. Twenty day...
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Objective: The objective of this research work is to know the productive and reproductive perfor¬mances and problems of local, crossbred, Nilli, and Murrah buffalo cows in selected study areas in Bangladesh. Methodology: A total of 1,241 local, crossbred, Nilli, and Murrah buffalo cows were surveyed in the selected areas with a pre-set questionnai...
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Umbilical hernias are common case in any general surgical clinic. The aim of this paper is to report surgical correction of an eviscerated umbilical hernia with extensive adhesion in a bovine calf. Twenty days old indigenous male bovine calf was presented with umbilical hernia with extensive adhesion and evisceration for surgical treatment at Veter...
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Background and Objective: Poultry meat, especially broiler and cockerel, consumption is increasing gradually in the country. As income of common people has been upgrading, they are now choosing quality food for consumption considering nutrient contents, meat quality and so on. The current study aimed to compare the meat quality of broiler and cocke...
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Real-time ultrasonography is a non-invasive diagnostic tool used for the diagnosis of pregnancy, fetus quantification and sex determination in animals. Its use in small ruminant's reproduction is very scanty in Bangladesh. Therefore, we conducted the study to monitor uterine involution in indigenous ewes at. After parturition uterine involution was...
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The occurrence of surgical affections in Black Bengal Goats was studied from January 2012 to December 2016 at two Veterinary Hospitals of Sherpur district. Effect of age, sex and seasons on various surgical affections was investigated. A total of 1280 diseased goats were registered in two selected veterinary hospitals. We observed most common surgi...
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Understanding the anatomy of female reproductive organs is very much important to identify any variation in disease condition. Therefore, this study was conducted to determine the gross and ultrasonographic morphometric of female reproductive tract in small ruminants. The reproductive tracts of 21 does and 20 ewes were collected from slaughter hous...
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The study was conducted to determine the occurrence of fractures in calves and goats at Veterinary Teaching Hospital (VTH), Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU) and to compare the efficacy of fracture treatment with external and internal fixation using splints and bone plate/wire suture respectively. Patients brought to VTH with the history of...
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Introduction: The ovarian follicular dynamics, vaginal electrical resistance (VER), progesterone (P4) and oestrogen (E2) profiles were investigated during the oestrous cycle in four indigenous ewes. Material and Methods: Daily VER values were recorded with a heat detector. The follicles were observed and measured by trans-rectal ultrasonography. Bl...
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Objective: The present study was done to monitor the progress of abdominal wound healing after experimental laparotomy in ewes using Doppler ultrasonography. Materials and methods: Laparotomy was performed in seven apparently healthy indigenous ewes for collection and transfer of embryos. Wound morphology was studied in terms of width of sutured ar...
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Objective: This study was aimed at clinical evaluation of surgical wound healing in goats treated with ethanolic extract of turmeric (Curcuma longa) rhizomes through topical route. Materials and methods: Eighteen surgical wounds were made in nine goats. The goats were divided into three groups; Group 1 (test group) was treated with ethanolic extrac...
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The research work was conducted at certain areas of Kushtia in Bangladesh to study the occurrence of lymphadenitis in relation to age, sex and season from July 2015 to September 2016. Among 10,884 sick goats, 81 were infected with caseous lymphadenitis and the prevalence was 0.74%. The prevalence of lymphadenitis was more frequent in females 63 (77...
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p>Prevalence of lameness was investigated in 1000 randomly selected cattle in Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU) and different dairy farms in Boira Union, Mymensingh during January to December 2015. The aetiology, age [Cal≤f 1 year, 1 - 3 years, 3 - 5 years and >5 years], sex (male, female), different stages of c...
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p>The study was done to evaluate the effect of Xylazine-Ketamine and Xylazine- Thiopentone combinations for general anaesthesia in sheep. Six healthy sheep were divided into two groups: Group XK (n = 3), anaesthetized with Xylazine-Ketamine and Group XT (n = 3), anaesthetized with xylazine-thiopentone. Anaesthesia was induced using 1.1 mg/kg xylazi...
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T he study was aimed to introduce nonsurgical castration by intratesticular injection of calcium chloride, sodium chloride and citric acid solutions in Black Bengal bucks. Twelve healthy bucks were divided randomly into four groups consisting of three bucks in each of Group A, B, C and D. Local infiltration with 2% lidocaine hydrochloride in sperma...
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p>The experiment was carried out to detect the blood serum testosterone concentration after orchiectomy in Black Bengal bucks ( Capra hircus ). Twelve apparently healthy bucks of 8 - 10 months old were randomly divided into two groups. Group A were castrated surgically through open uncover method and group B remained intact. Local analgesia (2% lid...

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Projects (5)
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To investigate the impacts of increased drinking water salinity on physiological parameters of Murrah buffalo in Bangladesh. More specifically, i. To determine the changes in blood electrolytes, liver and kidney functions of buffalo after consumption of saline drinking water ii. To detect potential health problems of buffalo in the salinity affected areas in Bangladesh
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to study sperm morphology through TFNA