Member Profile

Dr. Ayesha Khatun
Professor
Department of Transfusion Medicine
Email : ayesha.dtm@gmail.com
Publication
1) Prof. Ayesha Khatun, Implication of hepatitis B virus (HBV) in post transfusion hepatitis (PTH)), Health Science The Journal of Popular Medical College, 2018, 08, 01
2) Prof. Ayesha khatun, Haemolytic Transfusion Reaction due to Kell Blood Group Incompatibilit: A Case Report, Sir Salimullah Medical College Journal, 2017, 23, 41-43
3) Prof. Ayesha khatun, Transfusion Associate Graft Versus Host Disease: A Short Review, Sir Salimullah Medical College Journal, 2017, 23, 85-94
4) Prof. Ayesha khatun, Prevalence of Abo and Rhesus Blood Groups in Blood Donors in Blood Donors: A Study From Tertiary Case Teaching Hospital of Dhaka City; Bangladesh, The Journal of Popular Medical College, 2017, 07, 55-59
5) Prof. Ayesha khatun, Haemolytic Diseases of Newborn (HDN)- A Case report, Bangladesh Medical journal, 2017, 46, 59-60
6) Prof. Ayesha Khatun, Incidence of Anti-HBc antibody (IgG and IgM) among HBsAg negaBangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University Journal., Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University Journal., 2016, 09, 201-204
7) Prof. Ayesha Khatun, Day care Transfusion service: Two-year experience in a day care transfusion unit of a licensed private Blood transfusion center in Dhaka city of Bangladesh. Global journal of transfusion medicine., Global journal of Transfusion medicine, 2016, 01, 75-77
8) Prof. Ayesha Khatun, Haemolytic transfusion Reaction due to kell Blood Group in compatibility: A case report in an official journal of the Sir Salimullah Medical College teachers Association, Dhaka, Bangladesh, Sir Salimullah medical college journal, 2015, 23, 41-43
9) Prof. Ayesha Khatun, Prevalence of Hepatitis C virus infection Among the multi transfused patients A Hending Day Care unit of Quantum Foundation, Dhaka Bangladesh., Sir Salimullah medical college journal, 2014, 22, 88-93
10) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, A difficalt case regarding ABO grouping of B subgroup Bx First detected in Bangladesh, BSMMU Journal, 2012, 05, 81-82
11) Ayesha Khatun, Rhesus Genotype in Banglashi Bangali Population, Sir Salimullah Medical College Journal, 2012, v-20, N-01, 13-17
12) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, Bombay Phenotype: report of 2 Cases, Journal of BCPS, 2011, 29, 241-243
13) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, The Incidence of Vaso-vagal Reaction Among Whole Blood donors During or Immediately After Donation, BSMMU Journal, 2011, 04, 106-109
14) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, Double rare ABO Blood group inheritence , KYAMC Journal, 2011, 01, 85-87
15) Ayesha Khatun, ABO and Lewis Blood Grouping with ABH Secretor and Non-Secretor Status: A cross Sectional Study, Sir Salimullah Medical College Journal, 2011, V-19, N-02, 80-82
16) Ayesha Khatun, Detection and Identification of Allo-Immunized Anti Rh-4 in A Heriditery Haemolytic Anzemiz (HHA), Sir Salimullah Medical College Journal, 2011, V-19, N-02, 107-110
17) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, Heart surgery in male patient with blood group Oh (Bombay Phenotype) A rare case report), university Heart Journal, 2010, 06, 110-113
18) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, International normovolumic haemodilution in a patirnt to honour his religious belief before elective cholecystectory operation, Bangladesh Journal of Transfusion Medicine, 2010, 01, 24-25
19) Mst. Ayesha khatun, Role of blood group serology in the detection, identification & investigation of criminatity in bangladesh, bangladesh journal of transfusion medicine, 2010, 01, 26-29
20) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, Seroprevalence of HCV among voluntary blood donors, Bangladesh Journal of Medical Microbiology, 2009, 2009, 37-39
21) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, Seroprevalance of Anti HCV among apparently health donors in a tertiary care hospital of bangladesh, bangladesh Journal of Medicine, 2009, 20, 76-78
22) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, Voluntary blood donation in bangladesh, Cityu Dental College Journal, 2009, 06, 26-32
23) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, Seroprevalence of HCV among blood donors, Sir Salimullah Medical College Journal, 2008, 16, 67-69
24) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, Prevalence of HCV and HIV1 among the multi-transfused diabetic and non-diabetic patients, Diabetes and Endogrine Journal, 2008, 36, 13-17
25) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, Planned Conception in a Hyper Immunized Rhesus -D Negative Mother by Elective Plasmapheresis, Mymensingh Medical Journal, 2007, 16, 66-69
26) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, Transfusion Association GVHD: A Case Report, The Orion Medical Journal, 2007, 26, 440
27) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, Prevalence of HBsAg (HBV) among apparently health blood donors in Bangladesh by ELISA method, Transfusion Bulletin, 2005, 13, 1-3
28) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, HAEMOLYTIC TRANSFUSION REACTION IN A DONOR SPECIFIC TRANSFUSION: A case report and review of literature, Journal of National Institute of Kodney Diseases and Urology, 2005, 13, 01-03
29) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, Day Care transfusion therapy-one year experience in a day care transfusion unit of transfusion medicine department in a tertiary care hospital, Bangladesh Journal of Medicine, 2005, 16, 83-86
30) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, Discrepancies in agglutinability between cell serum grouping in ABO system: a case report, Journal of Shaheed Ziaur rahman Medical College, 2005, 08, 75-77
31) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, Association of ABO blood group with hematological malignancies in Bangladesh , Sir Salimullah Medical College journal, 2004, 12, 09-11
32) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, An analysis of the donor deferal pattern- A transfusion centre based study, bangladesh Renal Journal, 2004, 23, 61-63
33) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, Detection and titration of Anti Rh-D antibody of Rhesus-D Negative Expectant Mothers in BSM Medical University, Journal Of Dhaka Medical College, 2002, 11, 98-100
34) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, Elective of haemapheresis in COPD pts-Experience, Chest & Heart Journal, NIDCH, 2002, 26, 79-80
35) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, An exceptional case of Feto-Maternal Incompatibility (ABO-HDN) inthe same ABO BLKOOD GROUP, Journal of Teachers Association, 2001, 15, 810-811
36) Mst. Ayesha Khatun, Rhesus Genotype frequency in bangladesh population, Journal of Chittagong Medical College teachers Association, 1998, 09, 61-64