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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.
Governance, Corruption, and the Informal Economy  [PDF]
Idrissa M. Ouédraogo
Modern Economy (ME) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/me.2017.82018
Abstract: This paper uses data from 23 Sub-Saharan countries to analyze the relationship between governance, corruption, and the size of the informal economy. The results show that corruption, the quality of governance, the quality of institutional settings, and the unemployment rates are major determinants of the size of the informal economy. More specifically, it is found that a high level of corruption and poor institutional settings favor an increase of the informal economy. The unemployment rate is negatively related to the size of the informal economy, and greater fiscal freedom and business freedom are associated with a larger informal economy, while monetary freedom reduces the size of the informal sector.
Application of the p-Median Problem in School Allocation  [PDF]
Fagueye Ndiaye, Babacar Mbaye Ndiaye, Idrissa Ly
American Journal of Operations Research (AJOR) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ajor.2012.22030
Abstract: This paper focus on solving the problem of optimizing students’ orientation. After four years spent in secondary school, pupils take exams and are assigned to the high school. The main difficulty of Education Department Inspection (EDI) of Dakar lies in the allocation of pupils in the suburbs. In this paper we propose an allocation model using the p-median problem. The model takes into account the distance of the standards imposed by international organizations between pupil’s home and school. The p-median problem is a location-allocation problem that takes into account the average (total) distance between demand points (pupil’s home) and facility (pupil’s school). The p-median problem is used to determine the best location to place a limited number of schools. The model has been enhanced and applied to a wide range of school location problems in suburbs. After collecting necessary numerical data to each EDI, a formulation is presented and computational results are carried out.
Existence of solutions for the one-phase and the multi-layer free-boundary problems with the p-laplacian operator
Idrissa Ly,Diaraf Seck
Electronic Journal of Differential Equations , 2006,
Abstract: By considering the p-laplacian operator, we show the existence of a solution to the exterior (resp interior) free boundary problem with non constant Bernoulli free boundary condition. In the second part of this article, we study the existence of solutions to the two-layer shape optimization problem. From a monotonicity result, we show the existence of classical solutions to the two-layer Bernoulli free-boundary problem with nonlinear joining conditions. Also we extend the existence result to the multi-layer case.
Performance Analysis of a Boost Converter with Components Losses  [PDF]
Prince Abdoul Aziz Honadia, Fabé Idrissa Barro, Moustapha Sané
Energy and Power Engineering (EPE) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/epe.2018.109025
Abstract: A theoretical study of a conventional boost converter is presented. Based on the real behavior of the components, two models of the boost converter are introduced: one dealing only with losses through inductor and capacitor and another taking into account switching losses in addition to resistive ones. From these two models, the detailed analytical expressions of both voltage gain factor and conversion efficiency are established taking into account the losses through parasitic resistances and switching losses. The behavior of the converter is then analyzed for each model by simulation for the voltage gain factor and the conversion efficiency.
Symbolic dynamics for the piecewise rotations: Case of the bijective symmetric maps
Nicolas Bédaride,Idrissa Kaboré
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: We consider the piecewise rotation studied in \cite{Bosh.Goet.03}, \cite{Goet.Quas.09} and \cite{Che.Goe.Qua.12}. If the angle belongs to the set $\{\pi/2,\pi/3,\pi/6,\pi/4,\pi/5\}$ we give a complete description of the symbolic dynamics of the map in the bijective symmetric cases.
Primary Caeserean Section In Grandmultiparae At Mater Misericordiae Hosptial Afikpo: A 5 Year Retrospective Study
EC Ojiyi, EI Dike, AU Idrissa
Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice , 2008,
Abstract: To identify the common indications and the outcome of primary caesarian section in grandmultiparae at Mater Misericordiae Hospital Afikpo. The case notes of 69 grandmultiparae who had primary caesarean section at Mater MisericordiaeHospitalAfikpo between January 1999 toDecember 2003 inclusively.The information obtained included age, parity, occupation, height, educational status, booking status, indication for caesarean section, operative and post-operative complications, types of anaesthesia, types of uterine incision, mean blood loss, associated pelvic findings and foetal outcome. Eighty nine percent (89%) of 69 primary caesarean sections were done emergency procedure. The commonest indications for a caesarean section were dystocia (76.8%), antepartum haemorrhage (17.4%), essential hypertension (10.1%) Puerperal pyrexia (24.6%), haemorrhage (7.2%)wound dehiscence (4.3%) and anaemia (2.9%), were the commonest intra- and post operative complications encountered. The perinatal mortality ratewas 153/1000.Therewere twomaternal deaths (29 per 1000). Health education of the population coupled with better utilization of comprehensive maternity care and family planning facilities are advocated.
Effects of protein and mineral supplementation on the performance of lactating dairy cows gobra and crossbreed guzerat during the dry season in senegal  [PDF]
Fat Cheikh Ndione, Emile Codjo Agbangba, Ousmane Ndiaye, Idrissa Sane, Abdou Diouf, Amadou Tamsir Diop
Open Journal of Animal Sciences (OJAS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojas.2014.41003

The purpose of this study carried out in the township of Dahra was to access the effect of dry season protein and mineral supplementation of Gobra and Crossbreed Guzerat cows on milk production. The experimental design is a completely randomized block. The treatments were: supplement of molasse-urea blocks with supplement of hay; supplement of molasse-urea blocks without any hay; no supplement of molasse-urea blocks and supplement of hay; no supplement of molasse-urea block without any hay. For each breed, the treatments were replicated three times on a lot of cows with the similar zootechnic parameters. A total of twelve lactating cows per breed were then used. The supplement of block + hay has significantly (p < 5%) allowed obtaining the largest average daily quantity of milk: 1.9 ± 0.7L/day/cow and 2.4 ± 0.8 L/day/cow respectively in Gobra and Crossbreed Gobra*Guzerat. The increases in production compared to the control treatment (without supplement) are 52.63% and 100% respectively in the breed Gobra and Gobra*Guzerat. The supplement of hay comes in the second place and contributes to an additional production of 66.66% in both breeds of cow. Then, the supplement of block follows and it allows increasing the production of 44.44% and 50% respectively in Gobra and Crossbreed. In both races, the supplement of block + hay has allowed obtaining the highest profits of $1.6/L/day/cow for Gobra and $ 2.8/L/day/cow for the Crossbreed, that equals to an increase by $ 0.3 and $ 0.9 compared to the control treatment. The supplement of hay and the block supplement have respectively given a profit of 0.4 and $ 0.3/L/day/cow in Gobra and 0.6 and $ 0.4/L/day/cow in the Crossbreed. The adoption of supplementation molasse-urea block + hay by producers appears an alternative to boost milk production in dry season.

Assessment of Domestic Wastewater Management Practices in the Communal District I of Maradi City, Niger Republic  [PDF]
Ousmane Laminou Manzo, Hassidou Saidou, Salamatou Abdourahamane Illiassou, Saoudé Tidjani Idrissa
Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection (GEP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/gep.2015.38006
Abstract: Wastewater treatment is a problem with much acuity in the city of Maradi in general, and particularly in the Communal District I of Maradi. It is for this reason that the present study was conducted which deals with wastewater sanitation. The main objective of this study conducted through a survey is to investigate in the domestic wastewater sanitation in the Communal District I of Maradi city. Specifically, the study aims to estimate the amount of wastewater produced by households and to analyze the sanitation system at household and at district levels. The wastewater management practices in this district were assessed through a descriptive cross sectional study in which a total of 129 households were selected by sample distribution technique in the district neighborhoods and studied using interviewer and administered questionnaires at communal and household levels. The results of the study showed that the amount of domestic wastewater generated is quite large, about 32.27 m3 per person per day, and this comes from several sources including showers, laundry, dishwashing and income generating activities. The results also revealed that the unhealthy state of the Communal District I of Maradi is related to the absence of a wastewater treatment system, the methods and practices used in its management, and the population is also largely responsible for this unhealthy state and not willing to participate to a sanitation project.
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