Status of serum electrolytes in preeclamptic pregnant women of Riyadh,
Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences, College of Applied Medical Sciences, King Saud University, Riyadh, K.S.A
Wajida Tabassum was born in Amravati, Maharashtra in 1935. She graduated from Osmania University with a degree in Urdu language. After graduation her family moved from Amravati to Hyderabad where she started writing stories in Urdu in the Dakhini dialect from 1940 in the backdrop of the aristocratic social life of Hyderabad. She married her cousin Ashfaq Ahmad in 1960; he was employed with Indian Railways. After his retirement he published all her books. They settled in Bombay and had five children, four sons and one daughter.
Subjects of specialization: Clinical Laboratory