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Surgical management of severe trauma involving group of muscles around the brisket of Dongola breed of horse:A case report

Equine wound healing is very difficult for the veterinarian in practice. The thoracic inlet's skin included the ventral caudal end of the neck to the cranial border of both shoulders, and there were two open wounds on the right tibial region just below the elbow joint, with the traumatic tibial region just below the elbow joint.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7522953


SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF TRAUMATIC MANUBRIO-STERNAL DISLOCATION WITH LOCKING COMPRESSION PLATE; A CASE REPORT AND REVIEW OF LITERATURE.

Background: The dislocation of manubriosternal joint dislocation as a result of injury is uncommon, with only few case reports published in literature. Description: We have a case of manubriosternal dislocation in which fixation was made with a locking compression plate. This is the result of a 32-year-old lady with a history of road traffic injuries; the car ran across her chest. type-I was diagnosed with bilateral lung fractures on the right side and manubriosternal joint dislocation of type-I.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7522638


Social participation in planning, design, and management of public spaces: the case of Mexico

Through this analysis, we explore how social participation is embedded in PDMPS in Mexico's case by naming the participants, the degree of contact that was established, and their authority and influence in the PDMPS process. Government provide little encouragement for social engagement in the adoption of participatory processes in PDMPS on a larger scale, according to this report.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7516280


A mixed method approach towards the evaluation and assessment of integrative research programme outputs: The case of the Invasive Alien Plant management programme Working for Water

The widespreadity of threats faced by biological invasions poses significant challenges to human health, biodiversity conservation, and natural resource management, which have all contributed to the increase of invasion science as a discipline. However, many studies have found that the social-ecological complexity of invasions, knowledge compartmentalization of fields, and a lack of integrative research methods have not supported decision making more effectively. Therefore, in order to maximize the effectiveness of research grants, it is also necessary to explore and assess how research informs management decisions and methods related to biological invasions. This dissertation, according to this dissertation, describes South Africa's state of invasion management-related research, using the internationally recognised Working for Water program as a case study. The study covered two areas of inquiry: the discovery of textual information journal articles, grey literature, and their content, and two more: the development of academic and decision making related to invasion science and management, with a strong emphasis on collaborative relationships between researchers and decision makers. Finally, the findings show that research innovation, collaborative relationships within and between science researchers, and between study and decision-making activities are positively influenced by collegiality and collaboration among scientists, as well as increased competition and bureaucratization in the workplace negatively influence research efficiency. Both knowledge management and decision making underpinning study and decision making would in turn necessitate the creation of a cohesive research strategy and action plan that accounts for both knowledge management and decision making.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7505288


Exploring the People's Perception and Attitude towards Solid Waste Management in Commercial Area: A Case of Sango, Ogun State Nigeria

The results of the survey indicate that the respondents had a high degree of positive attitude and attitude toward solid waste management in the commercial sector. Based on the study findings, it can be concluded that attitude and perception of solid waste management is positively related to age and education, with age and education. In order to reap from the positive reputation and positive attitudes they had toward waste management, it can be suggested that efforts be targeted toward bringing people into effective waste management in public sectors, such as industrial, in order to tap from the benefits of their improved perception and positive attitudes toward waste management.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7513572


Audit Quality and Earnings Management: A Case of Nigerian Deposit Money Banks

The study's objectives were to determine the effect of audit independence on N. . . . ia deposit money banks in N. . . . ia from 2009 to 2020, to assess the impact of audit quality on earnings management in N. . . . ia deposit money banks, to determine the impact of audit independence on deposit money banks' earnings management. The results of the study showed that the size of an audit has a significant negative effect on earnings management, while audit fees and audit independence have negligible negative impacts on deposit money banks in N. . . . ia. The audited financial statements should be scrutinized by both audited and small audit companies alike.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7505335


Management of Factors Leading to Delay Construction Project: The Case of Offshore Projects

This paper illustrates the delay causes in offshore installations and what are the most common and specific delay causes. In addition, the managers are expected to complete all the requirements, and how the managers are accountable for achieving all the requirements.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7497492


Implications of Rapid Urban Sprawl towards Water Resources Management: The case of lake Babati, Tanzania

This report is an attempt to determine the effects of Babati Town's rapid population and urban growth by 2022.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7497466


Prosthodontic management of flabby ridge- A case report.

Patients with long-standing edentulism are most affected, and most commonly found in the maxillary anterior region. The u201cWindow technique u201d for the appearance of fibrous tissue is a very popular special impression system. This case report aims to demonstrate a new form of window technique for the impression making of flabby tissues in the maxillary anterior crestal region by using readily available products in day to day clinical practice.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7491041

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