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Autoerotic Deaths: A Seven-Year Retrospective Epidemiological Study
Anny Sauvageau
The Open Forensic Science Journal , 2008, DOI: 10.2174/1874402800801010001]
Abstract: Epidemiological data on autoerotic deaths is still largely limited. The incidence has been evaluated in 1983 as approximately accounting from 500 to 1000 deaths per year in United States (considering the population back then, this corresponds to 2.2 to 4.4 cases per million inhabitants per year). However, this incidence has never been re-evaluated since. Also, it has been previously shown that the female proportion of all published cases is about 4.5%, while atypical cases represent about 10.3%. On a seven-year period, all autopsy cases for the Quebec province (Canada) were reviewed for autoerotic deaths. We found an incidence of 0.2 cases per 1 million inhabitants per year, a female representation of 11% and a proportion of atypical cases of 22%. Therefore, this study revealed that the widely cited incidence of 500-1000 autoerotic deaths per year may no longer be valid. In addition, atypical cases proportion seems to be underestimated.
Postobstructive pulmonary edema following hanging: A misnomer
Sauvageau Anny
Indian Journal of Medical Sciences , 2009,
Legally Interred and Unlawful Burials: A Retrospective Study of Exhumation Cases in the Province of Quebec, Canada
Célia Kremer and Anny Sauvageau
The Open Forensic Science Journal , 2008, DOI: 10.2174/1874402800801010016]
Abstract: Exhumations cases have been the focus of very few retrospective studies. In fact, no study ever described unlawful burials, while exhumations of legally interred bodies were only described by German studies. In the present study, exhumation cases of legally interred and unlawful burials performed over a six-year period (2000-2005) in the province of Quebec, Canada, were retrospectively analyzed. A total of 8 cases were found, representing 0.2% of all forensic autopsies and 0,0024% of all deaths. Of those, 5 were unlawful burials (62.5%), whereas the remaining 3 (37.5%) were legally interred bodies. Overall, the time of interment ranged from 2 weeks to 2 years. Forensic pathologists participated in 5 of the 8 (62.5%) exhumation cases. Exhumations rates in different populations are discussed, as well as reasons to conduct an exhumation and if the forensic pathologist must be present on the scene.
Polycomb Group Genes: Keeping Stem Cell Activity in Balance
Martin Sauvageau,Guy Sauvageau
PLOS Biology , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.0060113
Polycomb Group Genes: Keeping Stem Cell Activity in Balance
Martin Sauvageau,Guy Sauvageau
PLOS Biology , 2008, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.0060113
Anny Ratnawati
Jurnal Manajemen & Agribisnis , 2005,
Abstract: At the present, Indonesia operate dual banking system that are conventional banking system with its interest rate runs side by side with the Islamic banking with the profit-sharing/non-interest system of its own. The development of Islamic banking should be based on market driven by driving the community demand that always considering the banking prudential principle. The development of Islamic bank will encourage the development of real sector as well because the basis of profit-sharing system is the activities of real sector, not from investment of other sector (non real sector), case in point the rate of obligation and/or the rate of Certificate of Central Bank. In general, community’ s respond toward Islamic bank is good relatively that shown by the trend of Third Parties Funding and Financing to Deposit Ratio with low level of Non Performing Loan. This study assess the consumer’s preference toward both conventional and Islamic Banking, in related with analysis of potency and development strategy of Islamic banking in Indonesia. The analysis of data by using qualitatively (descriptive) analysis, cross tabulation and logistic regression model. In general, community’s attitude toward interest rate system still ambiguous, that are interest rate is contrary to ‘syariah of Islam‘, meanwhile in banking transaction they still use conventional system. The reasons that motivate consumer to adopt Islamic banking related to professionalism of bank, security and pleasure in doing transaction, strategic location and the implementation of syariah system. However, community still has difficulties to comprehend the technical term of Islamic banking. Thus, socialization and education process about economic system of Islam (syariah economic) designate necessary requirement in encourage the development of Islamic banking in the future.
Classification and Numbering of Dental Radiographs for an Automated Human Identification System
Anny Yuniarti
TELKOMNIKA : Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering , 2012, DOI: 10.11591/telkomnika.v10i1.663
Abstract: Dental based human identification is commonly used in forensic. This is due to the teeth are resistant to temperatures up to 200°C and are not easily got rotten. Thus, teeth are suit for victim identification of natural disaster, fire, bombing, etc. In this paper, we developed an automated human identification system based on dental radiographs. The system has two main stages, the first stage is to arrange a database consisting of labeled dental radiographs, and the second stage is the searching process in the database in order to retrieve the identification result. Both stages use a number of image processing techniques, classification methods, and a numbering system in order to generate dental radiograph’s features and patterns. Our experiments using 6 bitewing and 10 panoramic radiographs that consist of 119 tooth objects in total, has shown good performance of classification. The accuracy of dental pattern classification and dental numbering system are 91.6 % and 81.5% respectively.
Two-stage, self-cycling process for the production of bacteriophages
Dominic Sauvageau, David G Cooper
Microbial Cell Factories , 2010, DOI: 10.1186/1475-2859-9-81
Abstract: It was demonstrated that this mode of operation resulted in stable infection cycles if the growth of the host cells in the SCF was synchronized. The final phage titers obtained were reproducible among cycles and were as good as those obtained in batch productions performed under the same conditions (medium, temperature, initial multiplicity of infection, etc.). Moreover, phages obtained in different cycles showed no important difference in infectivity. Finally, it was shown that cell synchronization of the host cells in the first stage (SCF) not only maintained the volumetric productivity (phages per volume) but also led to higher specific productivity (phage per cell per hour) in the second stage (SCI).Production of bacteriophage T4 in the semi-continuous, automated SCF/SCI system was efficient and reproducible from cycle to cycle. Synchronization of the host in the first stage prior to infection led to improvements in the specific productivity of phages in the second stage while maintaining the volumetric productivity. These results demonstrate the significant potential of this approach for both upstream and downstream process optimization.The number of important applications for bacteriophages and their viral particles are increasing. While phage therapy was identified and initially heralded as the main application for phages [1-4], its large scale use has yet to materialize. However, in recent years, renewed interest is obvious in not only phage therapy [5-8], but also in detection and diagnostics [9-11], bacterial control [12-17] and recombinant protein production [18-20]. Moreover, bacteriophages have now been identified as important tools in many aspects of nano-medicine - such as phage display for treatment or drug discovery, gene or drug delivery or even in direct cancer treatment [21-30]. These developments have led to the re-evaluation of the potential uses of bacteriophages and to attempts to improve the methods of production.Phages are normally produced
Epidemias, estado e sociedade: Minas Gerais na segunda metade do século XIX
Torres Silveira,Anny Jackeline;
Dynamis , 2011, DOI: 10.4321/S0211-95362011000100003
Abstract: um dos aspectos que marcam as análises das doen?as epidêmicas é a no??o de crise: as epidemias s?o geralmente percebidas como eventos que fogem ao enquadramento engendrado pelos ordenamentos e práticas cotidianos, ultrapassando a experiência individual - o sofrimento, a amea?a da morte -, colocando em risco as próprias estruturas sociais, a ordem pública, as atividades econ?micas, os valores morais. entretanto, esses eventos também podem esclarecer sobre o modo como as sociedades organizam a assistência à saúde em tempos de normalidade, como a extens?o e os limites da atua??o das autoridades e o papel das popula??es no provimento de suas necessidades cotidianas. este artigo aborda a organiza??o dos servi?os de assistência à saúde na província de minas gerais (brasil) durante dois episódios epidêmicos - varíola (1873-1875) e o cólera (1855-1856) - identificando os problemas vivenciados pela popula??o de minas e as a??es do poder público durante o curso dessas moléstias. por outro lado, sugerimos que as dificuldades vivenciadas quando da instala??o do cólera ou do recrudescimento da varíola, na verdade evidenciavam e aprofundavam as deficiências que caracterizavam o atendimento a saúde naquela sociedade, e que a mobiliza??o social em torno dos doentes n?o se constituía uma novidade, uma vez que a interven??o do estado no ambito da saúde pública durante o período examinado era bastante reduzida, n?o prescindido da iniciativa e do apoio da sociedade civil.
Herramientas informáticas para la aplicación de técnicas de desarrollo de pensamiento creativo
Castillo Rojas,Anny;
Educere , 2008,
Abstract: the educational system does not escape to renewing the techniques to motivate innovative thinking. the goal of this monographic reflection is to show the relation between creativity development and education software uses. the chosen techniques are, mental and concept map, the mandala and super note-taking. the software used is the mind manager, inspiration, and the cmap tool. the procedure refers to the theoretical fundaments argued by the authors and, to a description of the goodness of the software used. as a final reflection it can be said that the software work as a mental-technological tool, by developing skills to process information in a creative way.
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