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Mobile and Context-Aware GeoBI Applications: A Multilevel Model for Structuring and Sharing of Contextual Information  [PDF]
Belko Abdoul Aziz Diallo, Thierry Badard, Frédéric Hubert, Sylvie Daniel
Journal of Geographic Information System (JGIS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jgis.2012.45048
Abstract: With the requirements for high performance results in the today’s mobile, global, highly competitive, and technology-based business world, business professionals have to get supported by convenient mobile decision support systems (DSS). To give an improved support to mobile business professionals, it is necessary to go further than just allowing a simple remote access to a Business Intelligence platform. In this paper, the need for actual context-aware mobile Geospatial Business Intelligence (GeoBI) systems that can help capture, filter, organize and structure the user mobile context is exposed and justified. Furthermore, since capturing, structuring, and modeling mobile contextual information is still a research issue, a wide inventory of existing research work on context and mobile context is provided. Then, step by step, we methodologically identify relevant contextual information to capture for mobility purposes as well as for BI needs, organize them into context-dimensions, and build a hierarchical mobile GeoBI context model which (1) is geo-spatial-extended, (2) fits with human perception of mobility, (3) takes into account the local context interactions and information-sharing with remote contexts, and (4) matches with the usual hierarchical aggregated structure of BI data.
An OWL-Based Mobile GeoBI Context Ontology Enabling Location-Based and Context-Based Reasoning and Supporting Contextual Business Analysis  [PDF]
Belko Abdoul Aziz Diallo, Thierry Badard, Frédéric Hubert, Sylvie Daniel
International Journal of Geosciences (IJG) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ijg.2015.61007
Abstract: Mobile professionals need to be assisted with suitable mobile GeoBI (Geospatial Business Intelligence) systems, which are able to capture, organize and structure the user’s reality into a relevant context model and reason on it. GeoBI context modelling and reasoning are still research issues since there is not yet either a model or a relevant taxonomy regarding GeoBI contextual information. To fill this gap, this paper proposes an extended and detailed OWL-based mobile GeoBI context ontology to provide context-aware applications and users with relevant contextual information and context-based reasoning capabilities. Context quality issues are handled an implementation architecture which is provided.
Sexual Assault in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of the Bamako’s 5th Municipality Medical Center  [PDF]
Bambara Moussa, Coulibaly Karim, Diallo Abdoul Aziz, Ouattara Adama, Zampaligré Idrissa
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2016.611082
Abstract: Background: The authors report cases of sexual assault reported to the obstetrics and gynecology department of the Bamako’s 5th municipality medical center during a prospective study of eight months from 1st January to 31st August 31st, 2012. Results: Twenty-one cases of assault were reported out of a total of 13,482 consultations, representing a frequency of 0%, 15%. Most victims were represented by students and accounted 43% of the study population. In 76% of cases the victims knew their assailant. The type of sexual contact was genito-genital vaginal penetration in 67% of cases and the condom was used in only one case. The average time before consultation was 3 days. The preventive ARV treatment was administered in 24% of cases and emergency contraception in 43% of cases. Conclusion: Sexual assault is common in Bamako. The reality is probably underestimated because many cases are not reported. The victims are mostly children and adolescents. The risk of transmission of STIs and HIV is very high during the sexual assault. Education and awareness of the population are essential for early consultation. Training of health workers to care for victims of sexual assault is needed.
Tuberculosis of the Uterine Cervix: About a Case and Literature Review  [PDF]
Bambara Moussa, Konségré Valentin, Ouattara Adama, Diallo Abdoul Aziz, Zampaligré Idrissa, Lompo Olga Goumbri
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2016.612091
Abstract: The authors report a case of tuberculosis of the uterine cervix observed at the maternity unit of the Souro Sanon Teaching Hospital (CHUSS) of Bobo-Dioulasso. This is a rare localization of genital tuberculosis and can take the appearance of a cervical cancer. Biopsy with histological study of the lesion confirms the diagnosis. The frequency of this pathology can reach up to 8%. The extension to the endometrium and/or tubes in a young woman may compromise future fertility. Early and well conducted TB treatment allows the ad integrum restitution cervix.
Assessment of Five Years of Endoscopic Activity in a Maternity Hospital in the Suburbs of Dakar  [PDF]
Abdoul Aziz Diouf, Moussa Diallo, Fatoumata Doucouré, Astou Coly Niassy Diallo, Magatte Mbaye, Aminata Niass, Codou Sene Seck, Anna Dia Diop, Alassane Diouf
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2018.84031
Abstract: Introduction: The practice of minimally invasive surgery in Senegal occupies more and more of a preponderant place in fields that previously did not allow it. Thus in our practice in gynecology we are witnessing an explosion of these operative indications especially for benign adnexal pathology. Patients and Method: The objective of this study was to evaluate the evolution of laparoscopic practice in terms of frequency, indication of duration and operative complications. For this reason, we have collected all the laparoscopic procedures carried out at the Gynecology and Obstetrics Department of the Pikine National Hospital since January 1st, 2012 over a period of 60 months. Endoscopic surgery accounted for 20.1% of all gynecological and breast procedures. There were 195 cases (14.9%) of laparoscopic surgery and 69 cases (5.2%) of operative hysteroscopy. The average age of our patients was 34 years with extremes of 15 and 67 years. The intervention was motivated by the exploration or management of infertility in 101 cases, or 57.1% of patients. Laparoscopy remained exploratory in 15.3% of cases (279 patients) with 55 cases of ovarian tumors presumed to be benign. The mean duration of diagnostic laparoscopy was 39 min with extremes of 20 to 150 min; while that of operative laparoscopy was 59 min with extremes of 20 to 250 min. It was noted that 4 cases of laparoconversion
Imperforate Hymen about a Case  [PDF]
Babacar Biaye, David Ngom, Aissatou Mbodji, Astou Coly Niassy Diallo, Aminata Niass, Abdoul Aziz Diouf, Omar Gassama, Mamadou Lamine Cissé, Alassane Diouf, Jean Charles Moreau
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2019.94046
Abstract: Imperforate hymenis a congenital obstructive abnormality of the female genital tract and its incidence is estimated at 1/2000 female births. The diagnosis may go unnoticed during the examination of the new born in the birth room. Most often, this malformation is discovered at puberty.Treatment of?Imperforate hymenis hymenotomy or hymenectomy. Different types of incisions are mentioned in the literature. We have reported the case of a 14-year-old?girl with hematocolpos and hematometra on hymenal impforforate. In cultures and religions where the loss of the hymen is a social problem among unmarried girls, a medical certificate must be given to the patient.
Management of Ovarian Cystic Tumor: Diagnosis, Management, and Its Follow-Up-Case Presentation of Three Patients and Literature Review  [PDF]
Babacar Biaye, Jacque Raiga, Moussa Diallo, Reda Jafer, Abdoul Aziz Diouf, Bernard Benoit, Bruno Carbone
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2020, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2020.101003
Abstract: The diagnosis and management of ovarian cystic tumor is sometimes difficult. In this manuscript, we wish to summarize this issue by showing three cases. Ultrasound and Color Doppler are very useful to diagnose the presence of this tumor but also to distinguish between benign and malignant. Pelvic MRI is also a strong tool and is sometimes mandatory. HE4 and CA125 are often useful as a serum diagnostic marker of malignancy, but not always so. Recently, laparoscopic management has gained popularity; however, great caution should be exercised during laparoscopic operative procedures, as this may lead to intraperitoneal malignant cell spreading/proliferation when the tumor is malignant. During the surgery of malignant tumor, irrespective of laparoscopic or laparotomic, intraperitoneal rupture should be avoided. Since the final diagnosis must be made by histological examination, the patient must always be informed of this possibility.
Audit of Obstetric Medical Evacuations at Youssou Mbargane DIOP Hospital in Rufisque, Dakar-Senegal  [PDF]
Moussa Diallo, Omar Gassama, Mame Diarra Ndiaye, Mamour Gueye, Astou Coly Niassy Diallo, Aissatou Mbodji, Abdoul Aziz Diouf, Magatte Mbaye
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2019.98106
Abstract: Objectives: To assess the quality of the obstetric evacuation system at the Youssou Mbargane Diop Hospital in Dakar. Methods: Our study was conducted at the Hospital of Youssou Mbargane DIOP in Rufisque, a district about 26 km from downtown Dakar. This was a qualitative and evaluative descriptive study in the form of operational research aimed at improving the quality of obstetrical evacuations and resolving problems through a dynamic and team approach. It was carried out within the framework of the AQUASOU project (Improvement of Quality and Access to Emergency Obstetric Care in French). A liaison sheet was completed at the arrival of each evacuated patient, prospectively during the period from December 24 2006 to July 10 2008. The epidemiological characteristics were, origin of the evacuated, the evacuation conditions, evacuation patterns and therapeutic data. The data were collected through an Excel database developed for this purpose. The analysis was done using the Epi-Info version 6.0 software. Results: The frequency of evacuations was 23.2%. The average age of our patients was 25.3 years with extremes of 14 years and 48 years. More than half of the evacuees (59%) came from the Sanitary District of Rufisque. The majority of evacuations were made in a taxi (76.5%). An ambulance was used in 190 cases (20.6%). Seated transport was performed in 78% of cases. The transfer was medicalized in almost one-third of cases (29.3%). A liaison sheet was established during the transfer of patients in 77% of the cases. Evacuations were related to hemorrhage in 23.3%, dystocia in 22.2%, and fetal-adnexal anomaly in 17.3% of cases. No treatment was instituted before evacuation in 56% of evacuees. 48.5% of the evacuees had received treatment
Improving Postpartum Haemorrhage Management Using Simulation in Senegal: Midterm Results  [PDF]
Mamour Gueye, Moussa Diallo, Mame Diarra Ndiaye Gueye, Omar Gasama, Abdoul Aziz Diouf, Mouhamadou Mansour Niang, Mohamed Diadhiou, Astou Coly Niassy, Serigne Modou Kane Gueye, Marie Edouard Faye Dieme, Magatte Mbaye, Philippe Marc Moreira, Alassane Diouf, Jean Charles Moreau
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2017.713132
Abstract: Objective: To assess a training approach in Emergency Obstetric and Neonatal Care (EmONC) to strengthen skills of healthcare providers and reduce maternal mortality. Materials and methods: The approach was based on the skills training using the so-called “humanist” method and “life saving skills”. Simulated practice took place in the classroom through thirteen clinical stations summarizing the clinical skills on EmONC. The evaluation was done in all phases and the results were recorded in a database to document the progress of each learner. Results: We trained 432 providers in 10 months. The increase in technical achievements of each participant was documented through a database. The combination of training based on the model “learning by doing” has ensured learning and mastering all EmONC skills particularly postpartum haemorrhage management and reduced missed learning opportunities. Conclusion: The impact of training on postpartum haemorrhage management and maternal mortality is a major challenge in terms of prospects.
Intrauterine Device in the Immediate Postpartum: Study Comparing Insertion after Cesarean Section and Vaginal Delivery  [PDF]
Moussa Diallo, Hadja Ma?mouna Barro Daff, Abdoul Aziz Diouf, Aminata Niass, Youssou Toure, Khalifa Fall, Alassane Diouf
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2019.911146
Abstract: Objective To compare the safety, side effects and failure rates of contraception copper intrauterine device (IUDs) in the immediate postpartum period after a vaginal delivery and during a cesarean section. Patients and methods This was a descriptive and analytical study, conducted in Gynecology and Obstetrics departments hospital Pikine and Abass Ndao hospitals. It compared two groups of women with IUDs in the immediate postpartum period after a vaginal delivery and during cesarean section. Our sample consisted of 215 patients. We had divided them into two groups: group 1 consisted of 115 patients who delivered by cesarean section; Group 2 consisted of 100 patients who delivered vaginally and whom the insertion was made in post placental or within 48 hours after birth. The variables studied were the sociodémographic characteristics, characteristics of pregnancy and childbirth, insertion procedures, follow up with the assessment of side effects and complications. Results and comments The socio-demographic characteristics were superimposed in both groups. Nine patients were lost to follow up, 4 in group 1 and 5 in group 2. The complaints such as pain (3.7% for Group 1 against 2.6% for group 2), vaginal bleeding (2.1% for group 2, and 1.8% for group 1) were rarely reported and stackable in both groups. After 6 months of follow up, the menses was observed in 42.8% of group 2 against 43.1% of group 1. The abnormal menstrual flow, evaluated by the Higham score, was noted in 29.6% of group 2 and 25% of group 1, and w
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