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Pyelonephritis: A Retrospective Analysis of 190 Cases
Faruk Karakeili,Sanem Karada?,Fatma Erbay,Emel Y?lmaz
Klimik Journal , 2010,
Abstract: Objective: In this study, we aimed to present the epidemiological, clinical and microbiological features of community acquired/onset pyelonephritis cases followed in our clinic. Methods: One hundred ninety adult patients with pyelonephritis followed in our clinic between 1989-2008 were analysed retrospectively.Results: Of the patients, 75 were male (39.5%) and 115 were female (60.5%) and mean age was 55.5 years (18-93). In total, 55 of the patients had had urinary tract infections within the last year. Complicated urinary tract infection was diagnosed in 137 patients. Escherichia coli was isolated in the urine culture of 119 (62.6%) patients and extended spectrum-β-lactamase production was positive in 20% of the isolates. Blood culture was also positive in 44 (23.1%) patients. Nine patients (4.7%) died. Conclusions: The local epidemiology and antibiotic susceptibility results are very important for appropriate empiric antibiotic treatment of pyelonephritis. The upper urinary system ultrasonography should be carried out especially in female patients with pyelonephritis to diagnose complicated urinary tract infections.
Fatal Cryptococcal Meningitis in a Patient With Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
Oguzhan S?tk? Dizdar,Faruk Karakeili,Belk?s Nihan Coskun,Beyza Ener
Mediterranean Journal of Hematology and Infectious Diseases , 2012, DOI: 10.4084/mjhid.2012.
Abstract: Patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) are susceptible to infections, especially opportunistic infections. We have described a patient with CLL who had cryptococcal meningitis. Despite lack of previous immunosuppressive treatment history, the patient experienced serious and fatal fungal infection. Physicians should be alert for a diagnosis of cryptococcal meningitis in patient with CLL who developed fever and headache.
Usage of Human Resource Information System and Its Application in Business: A Study on Banking Industry in Bangladesh  [PDF]
Faruk Bhuiyan, Mohammad Osman Gani
iBusiness (IB) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ib.2015.73013
Abstract: The study aimed at examining the perceived importance of human resource information system (HRIS) in business. A structured questionnaire was used to get an opinion from human resource end-users from the 55 scheduled banks consisted of 8427 branches. A total of 1200 responses were returned as the complete form. The study then extracted the perceived important reasons of using HRIS in business through principal component (PCA) analysis. In addition, one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) was tested to examine the variance levels among the responses. The results of the existing study revealed that HRIS only automates the repetitive HR functions but also facilitates HR end-users in allocating workforces effectively, promoting suitable corporate culture, designing employees’ career plan and improving services to the employees. Further, it found no significant variances among HR end-users’ responses on the perceived importance of HRIS according to their demographic variables. Albeit many studies had been conducted on the importance of HRIS, there was hardly any study that had gone through factor analysis. However, this study provided broad evidence to enrich the existing literature in the respective field, with improved methodological and measurement issues including factor analysis over the previous studies, to unleash the importance of HRIS in business.
Folklore text in a process of oblivion
Ili? Marija
Glasnik Etnografskog Instituta SANU , 2005, DOI: 10.2298/gei0553319i
Abstract: The paper presents contemporary research of the traditional folklore from the perspective of ethno linguistics and anthrop linguistics. The analysis is based on material collected among Serbs from Szigetcsep (Hungary, 2001) during the ethno linguistic field survey. The paper specifically discusses the methods of collecting traditional folklore texts in the ethno linguistic interview, discourse analysis of utterances commenting on folklore texts and ways of memorization of folklore texts.
The first Alexandrian text-type on content analysis
Ili? Vladimir
Sociologija , 2011, DOI: 10.2298/soc1104453i
Abstract: The paper contains the examination of social and epistemological preconditions of the content analysis. The impact of social factors as well as one of the fashions in the science is stressed. The first section is devoted to epistemological problems concerning the relations among content analysis and the cognitive principles such as objectivity, reliability and validity. The second part deals with the relation between the theory and the empirical research in the case of content analysis. This text exposes introductional considerations for following paper that will be devoted to the clarification of technical research problems related to the content analysis.
Attitudes of the ethnic elites members in Vojvodina to minority rights and to interethnic relations
Ili? Vladimir
Sociologija , 2002, DOI: 10.2298/soc0201025i
Abstract: A survey was done with 100 distinguished members of cultural and media elite members. The results showed that ethnic elites in Vojvodina had better economic position than ordinary citizens, but that one ninth of them was poor. On inter-personal level they are very open towards the members of other ethnic groups. As for the attitudes, ethnic elites members differed from ordinary citizens mostly by strongly supporting market economy and liberal concept of development. They couldn't differentiate clearly between individual and collective rights. This was understandable since in multi-ethnic surrounding where Serbian ethnic nationalism still prevailed individual rights were to the great extent determined by ethnic origin. Minority ethnic communities elites had clearer understanding of this fact because their ethnic groups paid higher price in such circumstances. Members of least numerous ethnic groups mostly favored individual over collective rights, major cause for this being probably their fear from Serbian-Hungarian deal at the expense of third party. Yet, this survey's findings regarding this topic were substantially better than any before, since the awareness of need for collective rights to be recognized grew in all ethnic groups, including Serbs.
The second Alexandrian text-type on content analysis
Ili? Vladimir
Sociologija , 2012, DOI: 10.2298/soc1203481i
Abstract: The paper is divided into three sections. The first one deals with the problems of the reliability and validity. Second part of the text is devoted to the discussion among qualitative vs. quantitative approaches supporters. The issues of the using of computers and some possibilities of comparative framework in relation to the content analysis are considered into the third part of the paper.
Dynamics of linguistic and social change: Minority languages in Hungary and the sociolinguistic situation of Serbian
Ili? Marija
Ju?noslovenski Filolog , 2009, DOI: 10.2298/jfi0965331i
Abstract: Over the past decades, minority languages and processes of language shift/maintenance have become an important scholarly concern. This paper aims to describe in brief the sociolinguistic situation of the Serbian minority language in Hungary with special attention paid to the relation between language ideology and processes of language shift/maintenance. The first section of this paper presents the current socio-political framework for protection of minority languages in Hungary. The second paper's section provides an overview of the main sociolinguistic surveys of the minority languages in Hungary that have had many centuries of contact with Serbian i.e. German, Romanian, Bulgarian, and Croatian. Finally, the paper provides a quick recapitulation of the Serbian language research in Hungary, and depicts the current sociolinguistic situation of Serbian.
Root canal obturation by hybrid technique of thermomechanical gutta-percha compaction
Ili? Dragan
Stomatolo?ki Glasnik Srbije , 2004, DOI: 10.2298/sgs0402077i
Abstract: The purpose of the study was to present and discuss the thermomechanical hybrid technique in root canal obturation and investigate the efficiency of apical hermeticity. The hybrid obturation technique is well explained and performed through the lexan models and extracted teeth in aim of better visualisation and comprehension as suggested by the author Tagger and McSpadden’s articles. The technique consisted of lateral condensation of gutta-percha that was followed by thermomechanical compaction of the same mass using Ni-Ti flexible compactor. Firstly the master gutta-percha cone had to be adapted and then the master machine compactor selected for setting inside the canal. Upon laterally arranging gutta-percha cones, the master compactor was inserted between canal wall and gutta-percha. The master compactor was rotated for 5-6 seconds to creat heat to soften the cones to merge themselves and fill the first half of the canal. The bigger compactor served to fill the rest of the canal adding more gutta-percha cones. In comparison to the single cone and simple manual compaction techniques the hybrid technique is less time consuming more efficient in homogenicity and apical leakage. Considering the many device-consuming techniques the hybrid one is simpler to perform and cheaper as well. Precaution is to be taken when treating curved and narrow canals where much patience is needed due to possible compactor breakage and root fracture. It can be concluded that this hybrid technique is preferable particularly in cases of relatively straight canals with preserved apical foramen when time is to be saved for the radiographic and prosthetics procedure that has to be done during the same visit, which is very often convenient for patient and therapist.
Diaspora and diasporic awareness: An analysis of the oral discourse of the Serbs from Szigetcsép in Hungary
Ili? Marija
Glasnik Etnografskog Instituta SANU , 2010, DOI: 10.2298/gei1002144i
Abstract: The paper discusses concepts of Diaspora and Diasporic awareness across various discourse types. In the introductory part, it is distinguished between two main concepts: a “conventional” and a postmodern one. Special emphasis is placed upon the concepts of Diaspora that were employed in the oral discourse of the Serbs from Szgietcsép in Hungary. Through the analysis and interpretation of the narratives it is argued that interlocutors’ oral discourses reflect an ideological diversity which varies from a conventional, organic model of Diaspora to an experience of “Otherness” that goes along with being a minority in every single national culture.
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