Baban A. Mahmood

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Healthcare providers widely use Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems due to their benefits. Shareability of EHRs among different healthcare providers has become a point of interest, and Cloud Computing offers the best platform for such a sharing service due to its scalability and availability. Cloud Computing can offer an on-demand reliable service for(More)
As the exchange of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) among different healthcare providers has become a point of interest, it poses serious security and privacy concerns. Previous work proposed to offer medical information exchange has been partially secure, expensive (in terms of messages exchanged), and sometimes requires special hardware, like smart cards,(More)
  • B A Mahmood
  • Bangladesh Medical Research Council bulletin
  • 1989
Two cases of typhoid hepatitis are being reported. Both the patients presented with jaundice, high fever, toxaemia, abdominal distension, diarrhoea, coating of tongue and hepatomegaly. Significant Widal titres were observed and LFT were grossly altered in both. Blood culture yielded Salmonella typhi in each case. Both the cases were treated with(More)
Routing protocols for Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANETs) have been extensively studied. However, the presence of malicious nodes makes it difficult to establish a valid route. Some of the well-known source routing protocols presented in the literature which claim to establish secure routes are prone to hidden channel attacks. In this paper, we address this(More)
On-demand routing protocols for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs) have been extensively studied. Generally, on-demand routing protocols establish routes by flooding route requests throughout the entire network, which is not a scalable approach. On the other hand, geographic routing protocols do not establish route a priory but route data packets in a greedy(More)
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