Mousumi Karmaker
Mousumi Karmaker
Assistant Professor, Bangladesh University of Health Sciences
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Association of bacteria in diabetic and non-diabetic foot infection–An investigation in patients from Bangladesh
M Karmaker, SK Sanyal, M Sultana, MA Hossain
Journal of infection and public health 9 (3), 267-277, 2016
Association of Bacillus circulans with non-diabetic foot infection in Bangladeshi patient
S Sanyal, M Karmaker, M Sultana, M Hossain
Indian Journal of Medical Microbiology 33 (4), 2015
Procalcitonin: A unique marker to evaluate the severity of sepsis among diabetic patients
M Moniruzzaman, M Karmaker, S Tasnim, SN Rumana, J Nur, ...
Bangladesh Critical Care Journal 10 (1), 38-42, 2022
Brain Heart Infusion Agar: A Surrogate of Agar Blood
SMZH Asna, M Karmaker, UJ Sarker
Bangladesh Journal of Medical Microbiology 12 (1), 24-26, 2018
Association of bacteria in diabetic and non-diabetic foot infection-An investigation in patients from Bangladesh
K Mousumi, S Santonu K, S Munawar, H MA
Association of demographic variables in COVID-19 infected patients with their recovery status: A pilot study in Dhaka city
M Karmaker, M Moniruzzaman, SR Dey, J Nur, S Rana, FB Rahman, ...
Indian Journal of Microbiology Research 10 (1), 22-28, 2023
Microbiological analysis in different brands of Hepato-protective liquid herbal medicines available in the Dhaka city
MM Hasan, MR Ahmed, M Karmaker, MSH Khan, B Rokeya, SMZH Asna
Surgical Site Infection by Multidrug Resistant Organisms at a Tertiary Care Hospital in Dhaka City.
M Nesa, SMZH Asna, UJ Sarker, M Karmaker
Bangladesh Journal of Infectious Diseases 9 (2), 2022
Pseudomonas aeruginosa Infection and Antibiotic Sensitivity Pattern Isolated from a Tertiary Care Hospital in Dhaka City
M Karmaker, MA Khair, U Jessica Sarker, R Nahar Ferdous, S Tasnim, ...
Asian Journal of Research in Infectious Diseases 8 (2), 23-29, 2021
Characterization of microbial agents in diabetic foot infection and its correlation with chronic subclinical inflammation
M Karmaker
University of Dhaka, 2015
Prevalence of MRSA, ESBL, and AMPC-beta-lactamase-producing bacterial profile in pus sample
A Quayum, M Karmaker, TY Ananna, SMZH Asna
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