Sunday, October 23, 2011

Coming out in 2012!

ALIEN Biz. is proud and grateful to Allah to present: 
The Groovy Guide to Clinical Examinations!

This to-be-published book is composed of several Clinical Examinations, fully illustrated and 'checklist'ed, with short notes explaining the rationale behind every examination.

The examination for "The Abdomen" is compiled through information from bed-side teachings from different surgeons, clinical textbooks and will be reviewed by both students and practitioners.

Watch out for ALIEN Biz's book- tentatively to be published by 2012!

Pre-Orders can be made by clicking here.

Friday, August 5, 2011

Art and Design in Medicine

Bismillah. Assalamualaikum!:)

Alien Biz has been on hiatus because we're currently working on a new BIG project!

But here's an update: As part of a college elective course, the designer has had the amazing opportunity to "work" part time (or 56 hours to be exact) at an Islamic designing company: Brotherhood Arts. 

Alhamdulillah, with the new skills and knowledge acquired, it's 1 EXP level UP!

The following is the design for the tangible outcome for the course's presentation:
Initial design.

Final product after training.
InsyaAllah, it is a stepping stone for future projects, and hopefully will be for the betterment of the Ummah:)

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Sprint to the Finishing Line!

MBBS 0910, tomorrow's our last for Pro Exam 1. All the very best:)
InsyaAllah. This is the final sprint to the finishing line, so let's put our heart into it.
Bittaufiq wannajah. "Chuck and Chunk!"

Saturday, June 4, 2011

ALIEN Orders Temporarily Closed

Assalamualaikum and warm greetings to everyone:)

Orders from ALIEN Biz. will be temporarily closed. InsyaAllah, it will resume in August with more products, notes and illustrations!

Follow ALIEN Biz. through blogger or on Facebook!
Allie the Alien shape-shifted into a li'l ki'en:3

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Final Call for OSCE: Illustrated Set

Assalamualaikum everyone!

Today (3/6/2011) will be the last date to order OSCE: Illustrated Set. So don't miss this opportunity to purchase if you haven't yet. You can click on the button "ORDER HERE" on the right side bar.

A percentage of the money will go to a charity project. I'm still working on it and it will be revealed very very soon!

Orders will be open after my exams (which would most likely start again in August). By then, will be working on refining and upgrading notes, plus other notes/topics in the future. So look out for them!

In the mean time, all the best to CUCMS MBBS 0910 for Professional Exam 1! Bittaufiq wannajah!

Sunday, May 29, 2011

OSCE: Illustrated Set


Exam fever is on in CUCMS. Rawr!
For those interested in purchasing my notes on the OSCE: Illustrated Set, you can make your orders here at RM 5 for the whole set.

Systems include:
Lymph Nodes
Nervous System (Sensory and Motor)

The notes are based on CUCMS' Examination Checklist with elaboration from Macleod's Clinical Examination book.
NOTE: Only Nervous System notes are based on lecture and slides during Dr Maisarah's CST class. Further information/elaboration are by lectures from Nervous System block.

Why Copy? Get Ori!
Direct orders from ALIEN Biz. will receive updates and future freebies through email.
A percentage of the income will go to Somali Refugee Community for a project I'm working on.

Bittaufiq wannajah to all MBBS 0910 students!:)

Any corrections on the set will be humbly accepted and very much appreciated.

Greetings from ALIEN Biz.!


Welcome to ALIEN Biz web page. If you're looking (or maybe not even looking) for illustrated medical notes, you've come to the right place:)

How did it all start?

The Art Part:

I love arts and crafts since I was small and drawing is my favourite. I love doodling in class. But since it made me supremely guilty to be drawing while I should be concentrating, my guilt has been lessened ever since I combined doodling and lessons. So my mindmaps are based on lectures (or whatever I can catch) and then I'd update them with the lecture notes and sometimes from the textbooks (though not all the time).

The Sharing Part

Alhamdulillah, it's been drilled into my head from my dedicated lecturers and my beloved seniors that: In order to be good in medicine, you need to discuss, teach and explain to other people. I found this very true during study groups. When I was incharge of a certain topic, I ended up reading a few books on it and making sure I do understand it fully so that I can teach. So, in these notes, when I know that I'm going to share them with other people, I do my best to show them as simple and organized as possible. And I normally keep them to just one page.


I'm not a brainy student and I admit I don't score all that well (sometimes because I don't take time to memorize anatomy. My favourites are pathophysiologies where I can see all the connections.) But I do love explaining to people (when I understand it of course), and I do like showing that things are interconnected and can be explained through pictures. I don't promise that these notes will make you a super smart student. The drawings can never replace real life signs and symptoms so you still need to look at photographs or a real patient. But I hope it can help you remember and understand better when notes are structured and illustrated, InsyaAllah.

Notes are based on textbooks and lectures. I'll ensure that the references are stated.

Human error

Sometimes you write somethings down because it's somehow important but you don't exactly know what it means or how it's related- I do that too. And sometimes while I do check what I write, I still make mistakes. I do not guarantee 100% correction. If there is something wrong in the notes, I tremendously appreciate corrections:)


No one likes their works to be photocopied. I appreciate greatly direct orders from me. Those who do, you'll get updates, enjoy discounts and freebies:) and let's be honest here- people need money. I need money. A percentage of the money I get will go for charity projects I'm working on; and this will be updated.

A professor told us: Allah may not like you for the sins you've done. But because of what you want to do for the Ummah, and because Allah loves the Ummah, He will grant your prayers. May Allah accept this as a contribution to the Ummah.