Sherko Muhammed Abdul-Rahman

Sherko Muhammed Abdul-Rahman
Salahaddin University - Erbil | SUH · College of Education

Master of Science
He working as Head of Biology Department, college of Education /shaqlawa, Salahaddin University from 07/01/2021 till now

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Introduction
Personal Information: Full Name: Sherko Muhammed Abdul-Rahman Aziz Academic Title: Assistant Lecturer Email: sherko.abdulrahman.su.edu.krd.com Mobile: 009647504456357, 009647704476357 Education: · Graduated from Nursing Preparatory School-Erbil in 1991-1994. · Obtained Diploma from Nursing Dept., Medical Technical Institute-Erbil in 1994-1996. · Obtained B.Sc. in Biology/Microbiology from college Science, Salahaddin University-Erbil in 1996-2001. · Obtained Master in Management Business

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Research
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The rising occurrence of infections generated by Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae that produce extended-spectrum β-lactamase (ESBL) is reason for concern. Due to the recent emergence of multidrug-resistant microorganisms that develop ESBL. The purpose of this work was to detect the ESBLs in clinical isolates of E. coli and K. pneumoniae....
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Background and objective: Neonatal sepsis refers to infection occurring within the neonatal period, the first 28 days of life for a term baby, and up to 4 weeks beyond the expected date of delivery in a pre-term baby. This study was designed to determine the frequency of neonatal early onset sepsis and late onset sepsis in some hospitals in Erbil c...
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Neonatal sepsis is a clinical syndrome characterized by signs and symptoms of infection with or without accompanying bacteremia in the first month of life (Sivanandan et al., 2011). The neonatal infection currently estimated to cause 26% of all neonatal deaths worldwide. It is the cause of 1.6 million deaths per annum in developing countries. A pr...

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