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Inventory and Regularity of Annals Publications of Lubumbashi Higher Institute for Statistics (Dr. Congo) from 1990 to 2015
Khang Ndipa Sabine, Abelelau Bokako Sosthene, Tshari Ngoie Hortance
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1103640
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Within the scientific community, information essentially passes through scientific publications. These publications now occupy a prominent place in the search. They constitute the very purpose of scientific research as a researcher is usually assessed by its publications. The quality of scientific research combines punctuality and continuity over time. This reflection analyzes this question through the annals of the Higher Institute of Statistics of Lubumbashi. This study aims an inventory of scientific production and evaluates the legality of publications in the annals of this institution. We used the literature review. Through this review, we identified scientific publications in the various annals of the Stattistics Higher Institute of Lubumbash from 1990 to 2015. It appears from this study that an irregularity in the publication of the Annals was observed. 92 articles were published in the Annals of which 54 (58.7%) by internal researchers in this institution and 38 (41.3%) by external researchers. Three most productive sectors by internal authors namely the economic, statistical and computer were recorded. A resumption of publications occurred around the years 1998 and 1999 followed by a disappearance of a period of more than four years. The valorisation of the research activity in this university institution inevitably passes through the publication of the articles by the researchers of this institution and the regularity of the publication of their magazine.
Research performance of Isfahan University of Medical Sciences in 1385 (April 2006- March 2007)  [cached]
Farzaneh Aminpour
Journal of Research in Medical Sciences , 2007,
Abstract: BACKGROUND: One of the frequently used measures of research performance of a country or a university is counting the related scientific production. In the present study the number of scientific production including research projects, books, journal articles and conference proceedings published under the name of Isfahan University of Medical Sciences were identified and then compared with those reported by Iranian Ministry of Health and Medical Education for the year 1384. The purpose of this study was to identify one-year research performance of Isfahan University of Medical Sciences and to show the growth rate of scientific production of this university from 1384 to 1385. METHODS: The present cross-sectional study was carried out by reviewing related official documents and running advanced searches in some of the most important databases. The time limitation was set on 1385 hijri shamsi, which is equal to the beginning of April 2006 till the end of March 2007. RESULTS: During the period of the study, Isfahan University of Medical Sciences published 56 books. The total number of approved research projects was 1080, most of which (61.67%) were descriptive studies. A total of 721 journal articles published by the university researchers of which 146 papers were indexed by ISI, 26 papers were indexed by MEDLINE, 194 papers were indexed by EMBASE, Scopus, Biological Abstracts, Chemical Abstracts and CINAHL, 318 articles were indexed by other databases. Only 37 articles published via non-indexed journals. 74.2% of the articles appeared in domestic journals while only 25.8% published in foreign journals. The total number of national and international conference proceedings was 726. The findings showed a significant increase (nearly 100%) in all kinds of scientific productions compared to those published in 1384 except the published books. CONCLUTIONS: The present study indicates that despite suffering from limitations in annual research budgets and facilities, research performance of Isfahan University of Medical Sciences has increased appreciably during the last year. KEY WORDS: Research performance, scientific productivity, scientometrics, information databases.
Availability and Quality of Family Planning Services in the City of Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of Congo
Matungulu Matungulu Charles, Ntambue Mukengeshayi Abel, Ilunga Kandolo Simon, Mundongo Shamba Henry, Kakoma Sakatolo Zambeze Jean Baptiste, Malonga Kaj Francoise
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1105208
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The coverage of FP services and their availability in the city of Lubumbashi were low. The quality of family planning services was good in most health facilities offering FP services. Improving coverage and availability of family planning services in Lubumbashi, as well as the innovation of the most appropriate supply strategies, is essential to increase contraceptive prevalence.
Heavy Quark Productions with Spin  [PDF]
T. Morii
Physics , 1998,
Abstract: Heavy quark productions in high energy polarized scatterings are reviewed from a personal point of view. After mentioning why heavy quark physics is so interesting, I concentrate on two rather specific subjects: (1) polarized $\Lambda_{c}^{+}$ productions in deep inelastic $\ell p$ scatterings and (2) $\psi^{\prime}$ productions in polarized $pp$ collisions. The first one is an interesting process for extracting the polarized gluon in the proton and the second one may give another test of the color-octet model of heavy quarkonium productions in high energy collisions.
Preliminary Study on Counterfeiting of Artemether and Artesunate Marketed in Lubumbashi  [PDF]
Pierrot Mwamba Tshilumba, Elie Rongorongo Kagoha, Valentin Bashige Chiribagula, Glauber Mbayo Kalubandika, Vianney Ntabaza Ndage, Trésor Sumbu Nzuzi, Evodie Numbi Wa Ilunga, Pierre Duez, Jean Baptiste Kalonji Ndoumba
Pharmacology & Pharmacy (PP) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/pp.2016.75024
Abstract: Pharmaceutical counterfeiting is a health scourge responsible for several cases of morbidity and mortality. Counterfeit medicines cause therapeutic failure, emergence of resistance in the treatment of infections. This study was conducted in order to identify counterfeit and authentic medicines in circulation in Lubumbashi. The study included artemether and artesunate for oral administration. A careful visual inspection of medicine, investigation of authenticity of pharmaceutical products from manufacturers and pharmaceutical regulatory authorities and determination of content were used as study parameters. 52 samples: 37 artemether and 15 of artésunate were collected. 7 samples (13%) have proven to be counterfeit. Artemether was the most counterfeit (71%) and 29% for artesunate. 6 (12%) samples were substandard according to the international pharmacopoeia in terms of content of active ingredient. Sixty-seven percent of non-compliance concerned counterfeit medicines. The proportion of non-compliance is highest among counterfeit medicines (71.43% vs 2.22%; p = 0.000004). It is obvious that strengthening the capacity of the drug regulatory authority of the DRC reduces the influx of counterfeit drug and substandard.
Heavy Higgs Productions at $γγ$ Colliders  [PDF]
Eri Asakawa
Physics , 1999,
Abstract: Multi-Higgs doublet models include more than one neutral Higgs bosons, some of which have different properties under a CP transformation. We examine their productions at $\gamma \gamma$ colliders. It is found that helicity observations of final top-pairs can be powerful tools to distinguish their CP properties, especially when masses of the Higgs bosons are almost degenerate.
Hospital Hygiene Maternity Hospital Public Lubumbashi Democratic Republic of Congo  [PDF]
Kaj Fran?oise Malonga, Hendrick Lukuke Mbutshu, Jean-Jacques Lunda Ngandu, Mukengeshayi Abel Ntambue, Michel Makoutode
Open Journal of Preventive Medicine (OJPM) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ojpm.2017.74007
Abstract: Introduction: Public hospitals in the DRC are of significant disrepair, while there is a strong link between the failure of hospital hygiene and the incidence of nosocomial infections. We have conducted a study with the objective of evaluating the structural-functional conditions of hospital hygiene maternity wards of public hospitals in Lubumbashi. Methodology: It was a descriptive cross-sectional study and structural-functionalist whose population consisted of nurses responsible for 7 of 12 maternity hospitals which were selected based on the inclusion criteria. The observation with an observation guide and maintenance using a questionnaire we used to collect data. Results: The results showed that hospital hygiene conditions in maternity wards of public hospitals in Lubumbashi are not good because almost all maternity services and surgery are not always water in the taps (14.3%). The bins were a means for care units, no coding system exists to distinguish the type of waste. The medical waste are mixed and the other waste are burned in the open or in makeshift incinerator with other types of waste. Conclusion: These maternity wards have poor hygiene, staff responsible for this sector did not follow any training in this area. There is need to regulate the sector and train them.
ANO Rectal Malformations in Lubumbashi: Case Report and Literature Review
Ilunga Kandolo Simon, Kabamba Wa Kabamba Christian, Ngolo Matthieux, Matungulu Matungulu Charles, Mwarabu Much’Apa, Lunbu Luvungu Nora, Elmer Delgado, Kabyla Ilunga Benjamin, Luboya Numbi Oscar, Mashini Ngongo Ghislain
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1103662
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Three cases of congenital malformation were observed, including cases of anal imperforation at the Lubumbashi Surgery and Traumatology Center in the Democratic Republic of Congo. These cases concerned the anal imperforation observed in three new male babies from the ex-triangle of death in the province of Upper Katanga (The Democratic Republic of The Congo). One case presented dehydration in stage B. Colostomy was the first act to save the three newborns. The colostomies were repaired after reopening the anal orifice. No deaths were recorded.
As bibliotecas brasileiras em 2018: resultados da técnica de delfos
Costa, Maira Murrieta;
Perspectivas em Ciência da Informa??o , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-99362012000100005
Abstract: it presents the main results of a delphi study conducted with library experts, involved in providing information products and services. the opinions of these experts were evaluated on the future of libraries in brazil in 2018. a web information system was developed to support four rounds of the survey, which received contributions from 16 experts (first round) and 14 respondents in the next three rounds. the study presents the results divided into three categories: consensus, consensus tendency and without consensus. the results are presented in three categories: consensus, tendency to consensus and without consensus. the data reveal the impact of information and communication technologies in information access, forcing libraries to rethink the provision of services and products in digital environments, using new technologies such as collaborative web 2.0 and new forms of network access, such as the tablets and smartphones. in 2018 the remote service will be consolidated, thus the contact hours will be reduced but will continue to be offered by the librarian.
Respiratory Problems of Sands Carriers in the City of Lubumbashi/Rd Congo
Léon Kabamba Ngombe, Nlandu Roger Ngatu, Nyembo Mukena Christophe, Benjamin Kabyla Ilunga, Stanis Wembonyama Okitotsho, Jean-Baptiste Kakoma Sakatolo, Oscar Luboya Numbi, Brigitta Danuser
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1103172
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Objective: To determine the prevalence of respiratory symptoms and illustrate the dangerousness of the sands dust in the Artisanal carriers in the city of Lubumbashi, Katanga province, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Method: In total, 120 carriers of sand have been recruited in an exhaustive approach with 120 communal administrative officers of Lubumbashi city as control group. Respiratory symptoms were collected using a respiratory questionnaire. A multi-analysis varied with the test of logistic regression has been privileged to determine the association between the characteristics of the carriers and the respiratory symptoms. Results: The prevalence of respiratory symptoms reported in carriers of sands was greater than that of the control group for the symptoms such as: cough in the morning (52.5% against 6.7%), sputum in the morning (35% against 7.5%), shortness of breath after effort (18.3% against 5%), asthma (26.7% against 5%), chronic bronchitis (12.5% against 4.2%), rhinitis (62.5% against 21.7%), conjunctivitis (58.3% against 17.5%). After adjustment, on factors such as age and education, the profession carrier of sands was strongly associated with the risk of developing respiratory symptoms below: spit in the morning, shortness of breath after effort, asthma, chronic bronchitis with a p < 0.001. The Peak Expiratory Flow Rate (PEFR) has been significantly reduced in the Carriers of sands (438.87 ± 109.02) compared to controls (480.14 ± 70.73) (p < 0.05). Conclusion: The profession carriers of sand as practiced in Lubumbashi, without means of adequate protection, carry a clear risk for respiratory health. It is essential to organize a specialized education in medicine of the work which can train doctors with proven expertise to address the enormous need for qualified personnel in this environment considered at risk of breathing.
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