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Scirj Volume III, Issue VIII, August 2015 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th August 2015
Full Paper available from: 25th August 2015


Acute Fatty Liver on Pregnancy - Risk Factors, Management, and Pregnancy Outcome
Adhi Pribadi, Erni, Anita Deborah Anwar, Johanes Cornelius Mose

Abstract: This study aimed to get the symptoms, complications, clinical summaries, mortality and morbidity in the mother and fetus (neonates) with AFLP in Hasan Sadikin hospital Indonesia. The study design in the form of a descriptive study on 7 AFLP cases are diagnosed and treated period 2010-2013. There were a total of 10 patients who carried the diagnose of AFLP,but only 7 patients who continued treatment and management further. Based on the medical record of patients with AFLP obtained clinical features, laboratories results, inspection, as well as maternal and fetal prognosis. Laboratories examination showed hyperbilirubinemia, increased liver enzymes, and all patients were negative for hepatitis examination. The main symptoms are gastrointestinal disorders include nausea, vomiting, and jaundice. While the majority of complications that arise include acute kidney injury, Disseminated intravascular coagulation and metabolic acidosis. Maternal mortality is very high (85.7%), only one case both of mother and baby can survive and be able to hospital discharge with permission.
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THE CRISIS OF JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE IN INDONESIA UNDER SOEHARTO ERA
Dr. A. Muhammad Asrun, SH, MH

Abstract: The significant intervention of the government of the judicial power under the era of Soekarno and in the era of Soeharto has raised questions in the process toward the recent democratic government. Many scholars argue that previous interventions were considered important in stabilizing the state from political unrest, while others argue that such interventions cannot be tolerated anymore in the reform era now. This paper, using views and notes advanced in literatures discussed the crisis of judicial independence in Indonesia under Soeharto era. The study argued inter alia that the independence of the judicial authority in the present democratic political system should be considered as the principle of the equality before law for every citizen. The judicial process should also be independent as mandated in the 1945 Constitution and protect human rights regardless of race, gender, cultural background, economic and political conditions and the principle of legal certainty.
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Groundwater Accessibility Using Remote Sensing Technique: A Case Study of Orlu and Adjoining Areas, Southeastern Nigeria
Chikwendu N. Okereke, Diugo O. Ikoro, Amadi Chinyere, Okore O. Okorafor

Abstract: The area of study covered Orlu and adjoining areas in the Southeastern Nigeria and bounded by latitudes 50 30´ N - 60 00´ N and longitudes 60 45´ E -70 15´ E. The aim of the study bordered majorly on groundwater accessibility in the area using remote sensing technique. The data generated were processed digitally using GIS softwares. The result shows that the lineament density is high around Opor, Osu, Orlu, Ihiala, Ekwulu and Uli which implies high groundwater potentials. This is because groundwater occurs within joints and fractures in rocks. It was also observed that the drainage in the area of study is structurally controlled and mostly influence both the groundwater and surface water flow directions. The major structural trends in the area are in the NE-SW and NNE-SSW directions.
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Employer Branding Practices: Case Review on IT Sector Companies in India
Prof. Rangana Maitra, D.M.Ravindra Dissanayake

Abstract: This paper has been developed as an empirical piece of work referring to the practices of employer branding in India. It has focused on IT sector as the scope of the case reviews and researchers used literature based approach to connect theory into practice. Descriptive statistical tools were used to discuss the responses of employees towards the employer branding practices. It has selected three companies in the IT sector those who have applied employer branding practices as to gain strategic outcome through people value creation. . Both primary and secondary data were used for this case review study. Key findings have been presented in the paper as to contribute for the practice. Study revealed that learning opportunities, challenging working environment flowed by pay structures could facilitate to build string employer brand perception.
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Survey of security features in LTE Handover Technology
Md Mehedi Masud

Abstract: Improvement in mobile data communication platforms and growing number of data services have motivated 3GPP to evolve current mobile architecture to 4G establishment. To support vast data services, LTE technology was evolved as IP based system which also brings some security threats to the existing network. This paper contributes towards evaluation of security features in LTE network technology. First section presents network security architecture overview; followed by security mechanisms in network handover process. Different security threats and their solutions have been analysed to find out future research development scope in this area.
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Survey of security features in Ultraprivate Smartphone technology
Achyut Parajuli, Md Mehedi Masud

Abstract: Smartphones commonly available on the market are less secured and the networks we have been using for data transmission are vulnerable. This paper presents survey on Ultraprivate Smartphones and Silent circle Network (SCN) both meant to more secured means and medium of communication. Considering the importance of security features in mobile phone technologies this paper will focus on different secured features of Ultraprivate Smartphones and their platforms. It will also illustrate network and protocol architecture and give brief comparison with existing mobile platforms. Security issues and vulnerabilities are also discussed followed by proposed solutions to eliminate those threats.
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