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THE EFFECTS OF SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC AND PSYCHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS ON EMPLOYEE INCOME
Alina MOROANU
Management & Marketing , 2012,
Abstract: The purpose of this research work is to study the effects of socio-demographic and psychological characteristics on employee income. For this, the author achieved an inquiry on 107 respondents employed by a branch of a private company specialized in public survey from January 7 to February 20, 2008. Using statistical software R and SPSS and applying Linear Mixed-Effects Models the results showed that characteristics like age, seniority, extraversion and agreeableness have a significant effect on employee income.
STATISTICAL IDENTIFICATION OF RESEARCH TRENDS MANIFESTED IN THE FIELD OF SURVEY INTERVIEWER CHARACTERISTIC’S
Elisabeta JABA,Alina MOROANU
Revista Roman? de Statistic? , 2012,
Abstract: In this paper we intend to identify the research trends manifested in the literature on the survey interviewer characteristic’s. A first objective pursued was to identify the distribution of research topics, their territorial distribution and their dynamics expressed in the study of survey interviewer characteristics. A second objective was to verify if the publication of articles in a journal depends on the theme, on the geographical area from which the author came or on the period of the research. In order to achieve these objectives we used descriptive statistics, multiple correspondence analysis and logistic regression. Using the statistical software R statistical data were processed.For the analyzed sample, the results of statistical analysis showed that a signifi cant number of articles have been published by American and European researchers. Most these articles were published after 2000, and the main research theme is the analysis of the survey interviewer characteristics. The data analysis shows that the moment of publication of the research results in a prestigious journal depends on economic, political, social and cultural context characteristic of geographical area from which the author comes. The results also showed that a certain period when the articles by analyzed sample where published and the geographical area from which the researcher comes had a negative effect on the estimated probability to approach a research topic. Also, articles written by U.S. researchers were more likely to be published.
MANAGEMENT OF TRAUMATIC RUPTURE OF THE AORTIC ISTHMUS
C. Moroanu,C. Roat?,S. Lunc?
Jurnalul de Chirurgie , 2009,
Abstract: Traumatic rupture of the aortic isthmus is a rare lesions occurring usually in patients subjected to sudden deceleration in cars accidents. This lesion is a potentially fatal injury that leads to death in 75-90% of cases at the time of injury. However, patients who survive to reach the hospital have the chance to overpass this dramatic situation. Computer tomography and transesophageal echocardiography are of great value in making the diagnosis. Open surgery with conventional repair is still considered the gold standard technique for cases of isolated rupture. Delayed management approach with controlled hypotension and radiological monitoring is a safe and recommended option for patients with severe multiple injuries or co-morbidities that put surgery at high risk. Urgent endovascular stenting offers a minimally invasive method that has been shown to be a feasible, safe and efficient technique which may be proposed as a therapeutic alternative for patients with multiple trauma instead of delayed surgical repair after stabilization. In Romania few patients with traumatic aortic rupture arrive alive at the hospital. However, with the progresses in the first aid and transportation of the trauma patients, in our hospitals such cases will appear more frequently and surgeons working in emergency hospitals should be prepared to manage such dramatic cases.
A generalization of the regularization proximal point method
Oganeditse A. Boikanyo,Gheorghe Moroanu
Journal of Nonlinear Analysis and Application , 2012, DOI: 10.5899/2012/jnaa-00129
Abstract: This paper deals with the generalized regularization proximal point method which was introduced by the authors in [Four parameter proximal point algorithms, Nonlinear Anal. 74 (2011), 544-555]. It is shown that sequences generated by it converge strongly under minimal assumptions on the control parameters involved. Thus the main result of this paper unify many results related to the prox-Tikhonov method, the contraction proximal point algorithm and/or the regularization method as well as some results of the above quoted paper.
THE OMENTUM FREE FLAP, A THERAPEUTICAL OPTION FOR THE SURGERY OF LARGE SOFT TISSUE DEFECTS
Camelia Tama?,S. Shaukat,C. Moroanu,Dana Turliuc
Jurnalul de Chirurgie , 2009,
Abstract: The omentum is malleable, can fit into any defect and provides a large amount of soft tissue that obliterates the deadspaces. We used this tissue with high vascularisation and special properties to reconstruct many posttraumatic and posttumoral soft tissue defects and the results were very good, both esthetic and functional. We performed free omentum flaps in 23 patients (1998 – 2008 ) to reconstruct forearm and hand (5 cases), legs defects (14 cases), scalp (3 cases) and orbital region (one case). This flap was sellected in order to cover large anterior and posterior defects, passing through the interossouse membrane (3 cases), to obliterate dead spaces (6 cases) or to bring high vascular soft tissue in crushed, contaminated wounds (17 cases). Many patients (16) presented complex injuries, with bone interested; some of them (16) arrived to the moment of reconstruction with infected posttraumatic wounds, bones or tendons exposed and bad general status due the infection. We performed free omentum flaps because we are convinced of its high plasticity; it is ideally suited to cover postdebridement defects, although it has a major disadvantage: it requires laparatomy.
LAPAROSCOPIC REPAIR OF PERFORATED PEPTIC ULCER
S. Lunca,N.S. Romedea,C. Moroanu
Jurnalul de Chirurgie , 2007,
Abstract: Since 1990 when Mouret reported the first laparoscopic sutureless repair for a perforated duodenal ulcer and Nathanson the first successful laparoscopic suture repair for perforated peptic ulcer, laparoscopic approach became a widespread procedure. Treatment for perforated ulcer can be performed laparoscopically in 85% of cases, making it possible to avoid a median laparotomy which can lead to wound infection and late eventration. Laparoscopic approach is indicated in any case of suspected gastroduodenal perforation and seems to offer the same advantages as for the vast majority of laparoscopic procedures. Nowadays laparoscopic repair of duodenal perforation seems to be a useful method for reducing hospital stay, complications and return to normal activity if carried on in proper manner. With better training in minimal access surgery and better ergonomics now available the time has arrived for it to take its place in the surgeon’s repertoire.
IS GREATER OMENTUM A SURGICAL SOLUTION FOR NEGLECTED SOFT TISSUE DEFECTS IN THE LEG?
S. Sharjeel,Camelia Tama?,C. Moroanu,P. S?rbu
Jurnalul de Chirurgie , 2009,
Abstract: The reconstruction of soft tissue defects with leg localization may be difficult mainly in the lower third. Microsurgical free flaps are a solution for this type of reconstruction. We have used free omentum flaps in 19 cases (1997-2009) with a defects in a lower limb. We selected for this presentation only 6 cases (5 males, 1 female) with neglected wounds. All the patients had had a period (14-31 days) of therapy in other hospital before admission. They had infected wounds and we found multiple resistant bacteria in the wound discharge. Three of the patients had osteitis and arthritis already and amputation seemed to be the only solution. We managed to save the limb using the omentum free flap.
The Theory of the Revenue Maximizing Firm  [PDF]
Beniamino Moro
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2008, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2008.12019
Abstract: An endogenous growth model of the revenue maximizing firm is here presented. It is demonstrated that, in a static analysis, a revenue maximizing firm in equilibrium equates the average product of labor to the wage rate. In a dynamic analysis, the maximization rule becomes the balance between the rate of marginal substitution - between labor and capital - and the ratio of the wage rate over the discount rate. When the firm satisfies this rule, it grows endogenously at the rate of return on capital. The firm may also have multiple stationary equilibria, which are very similar to the static equilibrium. JEL classification: D21, O41.
Osteoporosis: A Disease of Men  [PDF]
Anu Garg, Samantha Kay
Health (Health) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/health.2018.101005
Abstract: Objective: The goal of this study was to evaluate osteoporosis screening practices in male patients aged 70 and older. Methods: A survey-based study was carried out over six months at an academic primary care institution in the Midwest. Results: Seventy-nine male patients and fifteen primary care physicians were surveyed. Less than 10% of males recalled being screened for osteoporosis. Two-thirds of physicians reported regularly screening males for osteoporosis. Conclusion: Elderly male patients are overwhelmingly under-screened and undertreated for osteoporosis.
Northern Labyrinth—A Key to Time, Space, Information  [PDF]
Alina Paranina
Natural Resources (NR) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/nr.2013.44042
Abstract:

Northern labyrinths are stone constructions of different shapes, dating back to III-I century BC. They mainly appear on capes on peninsulas and islands up to 13-25 metresabove the sea level. Their area begins from Scilly Isles (England) and in the White Sea (Russia). Opinions of scientists concerning their designation are controversial. Assumptions about their practical meaning haven’t been proved: no burials have been found underneath; fishing equipment cannot be located so far from the area of tides. Most of the scientists link labyrinths with the sphere of spiritual culture: sanctuaries, altars, sacred places, schemes of rituals and magical centers. Assumptions about calendar designation link the picture of labyrinth with schemes of orbits of the Sun, the Moon, planets and stars. However they do not explain the application of this technology. The author’s concept is based on the opposite astronomical alignment by the shade of gnomon and considers peculiarities of the geographical space of Northern regions (polar days and white nights). The aim of the research is to prove that the key to decoding the picture of a classic Northern labyrinth is a gnomon located in the centre of the construction. Field research has been conducted on Zayztskiy Island in Solovetskiy Archipelago. Experiments of imitation modeling have been done, analysis of linguistic and toponymic materials, archeological, astronomical, ethnographical and mythological and other sources has been implemented. The research has proved that observations of the shade can help to create a calendar in a shape of a bispiral labyrinth. The structure of labyrinth is convenient for defining the North, dividing daytime and defining geographical altitude of the observation point. Orientation in space and time has become the basis for navigation frame of the territory. A set of stone instruments is the key of a navigation frame of the territory. Life-essential stages of the yearly lighting are reflected in specific geometry shapes of shades. They have been preserved in mythological images of the Sun, solar symbols and modern sign systems. Languages, alphabets, numeric systems can be considered as models of geographical space and have evolved thanks to observations of the light movement. Key results of the

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