Abstract:The article identifies and analyzes the factors that affect the rationality of enterprise management in the coordinate system of organizational development. The analysis was performed by organizing and conducting an expert survey and the application of cluster analysis. As a result of the study, the most significant factors were identified and the nature of the relationships between all analyzed factors was established. In addition, recommendations are formulated on the possibility of practical application of the results of the analysis, in particular during the formation and implementation of organizational management decisions.

Title: A Survey of Dental Anomalies in the Different Patterns of Sagittal Skeletal Malocclusion

Abstract:Objectives: Frequency of some more complicating dental anomalies in relation to the patterns of skeletal malocclusion was determined. Additionally, the impact of age and sex was appraised. \nMaterials and Methods: 310 orthodontic patients (121 males and 189 females) including 102 (32.9%) Class I, 105 (33.9%) Class II, and 103 (33.2%) Class III subjects were evaluated for the presence of hypodontia, hyperdontia, impaction, micro/macrodontia, and dens invagination/evagination. Association of dental anomalies with the malocclusion patterns and sex was assessed by Chi-square and Fisher’s exact tests. Independent t-test was applied for evaluation of the influence of age. P < 0.05 was considered to indicate statistical significance.\nResults: The overall frequency of dental anomalies was calculated to be 33%. Class III patients had the highest rate of dental anomalies (40.8%); however, the difference was not statistically significant (p = 0.105). Agenesis and impaction were the most abundant anomalies in all malocclusion patterns. Occurrence of dental impaction differed significantly among the malocclusions (p = 0.001) with the highest rate belonging to the Class III group. Hypodontia was more frequently observed in males (p = 0.04). Impaction and microdontia were the two anomalies showing significant association with age (p < 0.05).\nConclusion: Dental anomalies –in particular dental impaction- tend to be more associated with the Class III malocclusion type. Furthermore, sex and age contribute to the higher frequency of certain types of dental abnormalities.

Title: The Interactive Relationship Between Social Performance and Financial Sustainability of People\'s Credit Funds in Vietnam

Abstract:Co-operative Financial Institutions (CFIs) play an important role for achieving the national mission of financial inclusion. Therefore, we should be taking a wider view of social performance and financial sustainability and assessing social performance and financial sustainability. These are factors affecting the CFIs\' operations and goals. This study used the panel data regression method with research data from tweenty-four selected CFIs in Vietnam from 2013 to 2019. This study’s purpose to discover the interactive relationship between social performance and financial sustainability in Vietnam\'s CFIs. The study found that the depth of outreach, deposit-to-loan ratio, financial sustainability have positive relationship with the breadth of outreach, while the age of CFIs has a negative relationship with the breadth of outreach. The age of CFIs, credit size and debt-to-equity ratio have positive relationships with the depth outreach, the financial sustainability has a negative relationship with the depth of outreach. The income and breadth of outreach have positive relationship with financial sustainability; while the depth of outreach, non-performing loan, credit growth negative relationships with the financial sustainability of CFIs. The study results have determined the bidirectional interactions and relationships between social performance and financial sustainability. Through the findings the study offers policy implication and new insights for developing a more sustainable CFIs and further emphasizes optimal policies to CFIs management that helps the policy-makers, CFIs managers and executives in improving the social performance and financial sustainability of CFIs going forward.

Title: Monopole electric node therapy for allergic responses and its potential application for medical business

Abstract:Electrodes include bipolar nodes including positive and negative. It is uncertain when treatments mean to be ‘monopole’. Here we suggest clinical cases that determine unipolar electric therapy as a newly effective method for allergic response. The 1mV strength with 5~10mA current synchronized with 3000Gauss (0.3T) static magnetic field was introduced in non-invasive approach on the skin. As a result, patients with gastric ulcer, liver cirrhosis and upcoming pimples had a normalizing effect within 90 day (2 hours per each day) treatment. Unipoles with – poles and + poles are utilized to have different effects although the same pulses. We introduce an evidence based guideline which indicates that monopole therapy is possibly a new therapy for various and multi-organ allergic responses for cases of complete remission in medical industry.

Title: Taxonomic review of the genus Diodontus Curtis (Hymenoptera: Crabronidae) from China with five new records

Abstract:Eight species of the genus Diodontus Curtis (Crabronidae: Pemphredoninae: Pemphredonini) from Palearctic and Oriental Regions of China are reported and described, of which five species recorded for the first time from China: D. handlirschi Kohl, D. insidiosus Spooner, D. kuroo Tsuneki, D. spinicerus Kazenas and D. tiemudzhin Tsuneki. A key to the species of Diodontus from China is provided too.


Abstract:In the article in order to find ways to increase the competitiveness of human capital, effective directions of its development, the use of tools of economic and mathematical modeling is proposed. To build economic and mathematical models, the official data of the State Statistics Service of Ukraine were processed and with the help of correlation and regression analysis the factors that have the greatest impact on the development of human capital were selected. For certain factors influencing human capital, trend lines are constructed using different types of approximating dependence. Econometric modeling of the influence of factors on the development of human capital is carried out and a number of economic and mathematical models of human capital development are developed, in particular a model of human capital development, a model of national labor market development, a model of social labor productivity growth, a model of state influence on human capital development, a model of influence of factors of human capital development on the growth of gross domestic product. The forecast values of the parameters of human capital development are calculated on the basis of the constructed models.

Title: Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles antibacterial and catalytic properties using Cuphea Procumbens aqueous extract

Abstract:Abstract: Cuphea Procumbens leaves aqueous extract was used, for the first time, as both, bioreducing and passivating agent for the synthesis of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs). The biogenic nanoparticles were characterized by ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy (UV�Vis), infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR), scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). These techniques revealed the formation of quasi-spherical AgNPs with a mean diameter of 12.5 nm, which, accordingly to IR studies, are surrounded by the biomolecules present in C. Procumbens. As revealed by TEM studies, Ag NPs exhibit a FCC crystal structure. Antibacterial activity of these biogenic AgNPs against Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus showed maximum inhibition zone. The usefulness of these biogenic AgNPs in the photocatalytic degradation of malachite green dye was also demonstrated.

Title: COVID-19 outbreak: Genomic Characteristics, Epidemiology, Pathogenicity and Therapeutic Modalities in Contrast With SARS-CoV and MERS-CoV

Abstract:The novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) become pandemic worldwide. The COVID-19 starts spreading from China and then expanded all over the world. It is the major source of the emerging respiratory disease outbreaks. It is a critical public health crises adding an insult to all health care units. The virus spreads faster than severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV) and Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV). It is a highly transmissible and pathogenic virus possessing a large genomic variety. CoVID-19 first case was due to animal to human transmission. The patient was connected directly to Huanan seafood market of Wuhan. The virus could also be transmitted from human-to-human. The elderly with underlying diseases are more vulnerable to infection and are susceptible to serious consequences. Several therapeutic trials have been tested on COVID-19 infected patients. Therapeutic policies used with this infection are only supportive and preventative measures. Using of convalescent plasma in the treatment of positively infected patients showed a significant reduction in the morbidity and viral load. Also chloroquine shows a gorgeous response and safety against COVID-19. A few specific antiviral drugs need more investigation. Studying the previous spread of MERS and SARS infections gave us the knowledge of how to reduce further transmission of COVID-19 and hence its fatality. Healthcare units must strictly follow the standards of infection control particularly in emergency sections. In this review, we summarized the latest research concerning the genomic characteristics, epidemiology, pathogenesis, potential therapeutic options and infection control and prevention of the current COVID-19.


Abstract:The Bogotá River, located in the department of Cundinamarca, is the main fluvial channel in the savanna near the Colombian Capital District of Bogotá. This study sought to assess factors associated with this water source, where pollution stems from human activities performed at the upper basin and along the river, through the measurement of pollution microbiological indicators, such as the total coliforms and Escherichia coli groups. For the said purpose, a descriptive qualitative research methodology was imple-mented. To this end, a multitemporal analysis of these indicators was performed across 32 stations com-prising this basin’s monitoring network. Samples were assessed through defined substrate technology by the Autonomous Regional Corporation of Cundinamarca, which also provided annual rainy and dry sea-son data for 2007–2017. According to microbiological quality analysis conducted in the upper basin of the Bogotá River, the concentration of total coliforms and Escherichia coli has increased as a result of domes-tic and agricultural wastewater discharges, thus unearthing the existent shortcomings in the wastewater treatment systems implemented in these municipalities and causing negative effects on the population and ecosystem. A major constraint was the lack of data from La Floresta station. This article is aimed at dis-closing the current condition of the upper basin of the Bogotá River and discussing the control measures related to the right to water that must be exercised by the governmental bodies and the Colombian Gov-ernment itself.

Title: Physical and mathematical diagnosis based on dynamic systems and fractal geometry applied in neonatal cardiac dynamics

Abstract:The objective of this study is to differentiate normal and abnormal neonatal cardiac dynamics through a diagnostic methodology based on dynamic systems, conducting a blind study. 140 Holter studies were taken within the limits of clinical normality and with different cardiac pathologies of newborns. Conventional evaluations were blinded, and maximum and minimum heart rates were taken every hour as well as the number of heartbeats for 21 hours, to generate neonatal heart attractors. The space occupied by each attractor was calculated and its fractal dimension was found using the Box-Counting method, determining its physical-mathematical diagnosis. The space occupied by each neonatal cardiac attractor differentiates normal states of acute pathologies, achieving a sensitivity and specificity of 100%, as well as a kappa coefficient of 1. The diagnostic capacity of the methodology and its clinical applicability was confirmed in the selected Holter studies for research.