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Early Motherhood at the Hospital of Gecamines Kipushi: Prognosis and Profile of the Newborn  [PDF]
Ngoie Mwana Nsapu Adelard, Ngomb Kazad Aline, Mwinkeu Kasongo Narcisse
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1104356
The present transversal descriptive survey aims to determine the prognosis, the frequency and seeks to describe the profile of the newborn babies from the early motherhood. It was conducted on 66 new babies from 60 mothers. Early motherhood concerned the single young ladies at 65%. They developed urogenital infections at 38.3%. Their socio-economic conditions were unfavorable at 68.3%. Concerning vital prognosis of the newborn children, from early motherhood, they noticed neonatal mortality estimated at 7.6%.
Investigation of Hepatitis Functioning through Bilurbin at Blood Donors with HBV and HCV Positive  [PDF]
Kabengele Arlette Ndaya, A. Mbaz Ruth Kamb, Mulongo Pauline Kalenga, Ilunga Clarisse Manji, Kasongo Narcisse Mwinkeu
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1104166
The analysis of the liver functioning through bilurbin dosage has been up on fifty blood donors. The reactive bandages have been used to seek bilurbines in the urines of those patients considered as carriers with HBV and HCV. After analysis, this descriptive study has shown that out of 31 cases found at men more than 25 years old, 27 cases whose livers don’t function present a hyper degree of bilurbine when there is hepatitis. The doorstep of 3.9 μmol/L hold 65.2% of hepatitis B and hepatitis C. Whereas at the doorstep of 1.5 μmol/L and 7.8 μmol/L, the HBV has got respectively 8.7% and 26.1% of cases; and HCV has also got 33.3% and 26.7% of cases.
A Study of the Variation of Uremia, Creatinine and Total Proteinemia during Heart Failure  [PDF]
A. Mbaz Ruth Kamb, Kabengele Arlette Ndaya, Kamona Charles Kimuni, Mulongo Pauline Kalenga, Kasongo Narcisse Mwinkeu
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1104313
Some diseases are accompanied with a change in biological parameters of which the dosage is possible in urine or blood. Previous studies have shown changes in parameters in kidney failure. The latter causes an impairment of the heart function later on. We have carried out a study of changes in biological parameters in people suffering exclusively from heart failure without any associated diseases or complications. The present research has been an analytic and case control one. It has been focused on urine, creatinine and on the total proteins found in the blood of heart failure patients diagnosed and hospitalized in the cardiologic Centre of Lubumbashi (D R Congo). Out of a population of 60 patients, our research has revealed a high level of urea and creatinine in the blood during heart failure, whereas the rate of total proteins has remained in the acceptable threshold.
Premature Weaning and Lived Experience of Primiparae Women during Breastfeeding  [PDF]
Yayila Tshimba Sylvie, Mulubwa Kyalubile Nonon, Mutomb Kambaj Fidèle, Kikange Kasama Tréso, Chilufya Kishimba Jacquie, Mwinkeu Kasongo Narcisse
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1104404
This qualitative analysis has searched the primiparae women’s experiences around the practice of breastfeeding after weaning their children under the age of six months. After their free and deliberate consent, 17 mothers, met at the maternal and child health service of the Sendwe’s Hospital of Lubumbashi in D.R. Congo, constituted the population of our analysis. The semi-directive interview allowed us to collect data. Primiparae women have encountered negative experiences during breastfeeding stage. This has definitely influenced them to stop breastfeeding of their children at six months. The analysis has found that these mothers were not supported nor adequately informed or prepared at the process of giving birth. In the practice of breastfeeding, the subjective perception of their health state and sensations perceived have involved them to stop breastfeeding. This seems more superficial and unsubstantial reasons; however, they have led to stopping breastfeeding.
Barriers to the Implementation of the Nursing Approach in Public Hospitals in Lubumbashi in the Democratic Republic of Congo: A Cross-Sectional Descriptive Study  [PDF]
Ndayi Kabamba Julie, Ilunga Kandolo Simon, Kabange Umba Irène, Matungulu Matungulu Charles, Abdulu Mahuridi, Mwinkeu Kasongo Narcisse, Malonga Kaj Francoise
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1103721
Introduction: The nursing approach (NA) is the essence of the nursing profession. However, its implementation is almost absent in the hospitals of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Objectives: The aim of this study was to determine nurses’ knowledge, attitudes and practices in relation to the nursing approach and to identify barriers to the implementation of this approach. Methods: To achieve these objectives, we carried out a cross-sectional descriptive study among the nurses of the 11 public hospitals of Lubumbashi, from June to September 2015. Thanks to a validated questionnaire, we collected the data by interview, supported by participatory observation. Results: The results showed that 67.6% of respondents were trained on NA; However, 99.3% did not know the exact number of NA steps and 62.6% did not cite any steps; The majority (93.5%) of trainees on NA find that this process provides quality patient care; 100% of the sample wish to put it into practice; 100% of the sample need continuous training on NA including 67.6% to improve knowledge and 32.4% to learn; 89.1% of those trained reported not practicing NA, but participating direct observation gave 100% of non-practice. The barriers to implementation of the NA were inadequate nursing staff (75.6%), inadequate equipment (71.5%), lack of time (62.6%), lack of theoretical and practical knowledge (47.2%), lack of nursing records (26%) and lack of institution for nursing care within the hospital (17%). Conclusion: Therefore, capacity building of nurses through continuing education, as well as initial training on NA, would increase their knowledge, reinforce positive attitude and promote its implementation, all supported by improved working conditions and the implementation of a professional nursing quality assurance organization.
Factors Associated with the Implementation of the Nursing Process in the Public Hospitals of Lubumbashi in the Democratic Republic of Congo: A Cross-Sectional Descriptive Study  [PDF]
Ndayi Kabamba Julie, Ilunga Kandolo Simon, Matungulu Matungulu Charles, Kabange Umba Irène, Abdulu Mahuridi, Mwinkeu Kasongo Narcisse, Mundongo Tshamba Henry, Omanyondo Ohambe Marie Claire, Malonga Kaj Francoise
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1104054
Introduction: The nursing process is an organized method that focuses on the individual reactions of a person (or group) in order to produce a clinical judgment about the person’s state of health in order to make decisions about to the care to be given [1]. Method: The qualitative study has been carried out in this work. This involves exploring the factors related to their experience and the feelings of each caregiver in order to identify possible pathways for the implementation of the nursing process in public hospitals in Lubumbashi. Results: The results showed that the factors that can favor the implementation of the nursing process according to the expression of the nurses surveyed are: updating knowledge on the nursing procedure, setting up the nursing file, availability nursing staff (sufficient staff and permanence in the workplace), motivation of nurses (salary, promotion, bonus, etc.), availability of work equipment. Conclusion: Ultimately, the main challenges remain the training, the equipment of the hospitals and the financial motivation of the nurses.
Impact of Globalization on Traditional African Religion and Cultural Conflict
Alphonse Kasongo
Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences , 2010,
Abstract: This paper aims to discuss the impact of the paradigm of global culture on African tradition particularly on the role of African traditional women in conflict prevention and resolution. Global culture, a part of globalization, has not only transported the good side of the economic and social development across the globe but has also changed in the culture of host communities. Some changes include the mode of production and the way things are done, whileothers include the symbolic interaction or the appreciation ofhow social facts are to be seen and appreciated. For example, the change from collectivism social structure that characterizes African society to individualism structure that characterizes the market-oriented culture of western society. This change is without doubt that “Globalization is one of the most important and developed theories of the twentieth century” (Ritzer, 2008: 230). However, one aspect that justifies the importance of this development is the culture (termed civilization in other areas) that the application of this concept transports from one location to another. This cultural aspect may be economic, marketing oriented, or just a change in rationale behavior of consumption and production. Nevertheless, this change questions the static existence of rapport, the role that traditional culture plays in the life of African communities, and the impact traditional religions still have on the essence of African culture.
Kadec-Pelczynski decomposition for Haagerup L_p-spaces
Narcisse Randrianantoanina
Mathematics , 2000,
Abstract: Let M be a von Neumann algebra (not necessarily semi-finite). We provide a generalization of the classical Kadec-Pelczynski subsequence decomposition of bounded sequences in L^p[0,1] to the case of the Haagerup L^p-spaces (1\le p<\infty). In particular, we prove that if (\phi_n)_n is a bounded sequence in the predual M_* of M, then there exist a subsequence (\phi_{n_k})_k of (\phi_n)_n, a decomposition \phi_{n_k}= y_k+ z_k such that {y_k, k\ge 1} is relatively weaklycompact and the support projections s(z_k)\downarrow_k 0 (or similarly mutually disjoint). As an application, we prove that every non-reflexive subspace of the dual of any given C*-algebra (or Jordan triples) contains asymptotically isometric copies of l_1 and therefore fails the fixed point property for nonexpansive mappings. These generalize earlier results for the case of preduals of semi-finite von Neumann algebras.
Factorization of operators on $C^*$-algebras
Narcisse Randrianantoanina
Mathematics , 1997,
Abstract: Let $A$ be a $C^*$-algebra. It is shown that every absolutely summing operator from $A$ into $\ell_2$ factors through a Hilbert space operator that belongs to the 4-Schatten- von Neumann class. We also provide finite dimensinal examples that show that one can not improve the 4-Schatten-von Neumann class to $p$-Schatten von Neumann class for any $p<4$. As application, we prove that there exists a modulus of capacity $\epsilon \to N(\epsilon)$ so that if $A$ is a $C^*$-algebra and $T \in \Pi_1(A,\ell_2)$ with $\pi_1(T)\leq 1$, then for every $\epsilon >0$, the $\epsilon$-capacity of the image of the unit ball of $A$ under $T$ does not exceed $N(\epsilon)$. This aswers positively a question raised by Pe\l czynski.
Hilbert transform associated with finite maximal subdiagonal algebras
Narcisse Randrianantoanina
Mathematics , 1997,
Abstract: Let $M$ be a von Neumann algebra with a faithful normal finite trace $t$, and $H^\infty$ be a finite, maximal, subdiagonal of $M$. Fundamental theorems on conjugate functions for weak* Dirichlet algebras are shown to be a bounded linear map from $L^p(M,t)$ into $L^p(M,t)$ for $1

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