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Background Bronchial asthma is an important health problem worldwide.

There is insufficient data on the prevalence of bronchial asthma among school children in Santo DomingoDominican Republic. Objective The objective of this study is to assess the prevalence of asthma and its related risk factors among school children in Santo DomingoDominican Republic.

Materials and methods A cross-sectional study using a modified questionnaire was conducted in Santo Domingo among children aged three to 11 eleven years.

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The prevalence of asthma and its associated risk factors such as birth order, family history of asthma, family history of allergy, exposure to pets at home, exposure to tobacco smoke, and source of fuel used at home were collected.

Results The prevalence of asthma was found to be Age, family history of asthma, family history of allergy, exposure to tobacco smoke, and birth order showed statistical significance. The source of fuel used at home, gender, and exposure to pets were not statistically significant to be considered as risk factors associated with asthma in the population studied.

Conclusion With an asthma prevalence of Proper education, screening, and prevention can help lower the burden of this disease economically and socially. Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden.

Full Text Available The concept of risk has become increasingly complex, and has been used not only in relation to the natural features of a region, but also to its socio-economic context. In this conceptualization, the latter directly influences the capacity of a community to cope with, recover from, and adapt to natural hazards.

This is particularly true for developing countries, where risk related to natural hazards affects populations and areas that must deal with stress conditions, such as humanitarian, social arquitecfura military emergencies.

The results highlight the importance of using social vulnerability study as the point of departure for defining seismic-risk mitigation policies, emergency management, and territorial planning in arquiyectura to reduce the impacts of disasters.

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This work examines the history of Haitian migration to the Dominican Republic, the central role of Haitian migration in Dominican society, working irsael of Haitian migrants in the Dominican Republic, and the relationship of the migration to economic development on the island of Hispaniola.

Lack of data, the difficulty of measuring illegal movement, and the problem of defining Haitians in Santo Domingo have impeded understanding of migration to the Dominican Republic. It arqiutectura believed by many authorities that Adquitectura migration to Santo Domingo is considerable and perhaps exceeds that to the US.

Haitian migration to the Dominican Republic began after with the fall of the Haitian president, a worsening of economic conditions partly caused by stagnation in the agricultural sector, and the newly dominant role of the US in Haitian economic affairs.

Sugar is extremely important to the Dominican economy: Dominicans however refuse to work in sugar plantations under the current technological. Although the government periodically demands the Dominicanization of the sugar work force, no such changes have been made.

Sugar will probably continue to play a decisive role in the generation of foreign exchange despite introduction of more technologically advanced sectors which benefit from better prices in the international market.

Possibilities of mechanizing sugar production in the Dominican Republic appear remote, and failure to modernize an important sector of the economy has. Earthquake effects are frequently quantified by the energy liberated at the source, and the degree of damage produced in urban areas. The assessment of local site effects can be carried out with site response analyses in order to determine the properties of the subsoil such as the dominant period, and the Vs The evaluation of the aforementioned properties is through the analysis of ground motion.

However, in locations with low seismicity, the most convenient method to assess the site effect is the analysis of ambient vibration measurements. The Spatial Auto Correlation method SPAC can be used to determine a Vs30 model from ambient vibration measurements using a triangular array of sensors.

Refraction Microtremor ReMi considers the phase velocity of the Rayleigh waves can be separated of apparent velocities; the aim of the ReMI method is to obtain the Vs30 model. The HVSR technique or Nakamura’s method has been adopted to obtain the resonant frequency of the site from the calculation of ratio between the Fourier amplitude spectra or PSD spectrum of the horizontal and vertical components of ambient vibration.


The aim of this work is to compare the results using different techniques to assess local site conditions in the urban area of Santo DomingoDominican Republic.

In addition to the above, the HVSR method is combined with the stiffness matrices method for layered soils to calculate a model of velocities and the predominant period on the site.

As part of this work a comparison with. Decontamination gives an brachytherapy installation in the Oncological Institute Dr. The work refers of the process carried out by the Cuban and Dominican experts for the decontamination process in the local located destined to the brachytherapy applications in the Oncological Hospital Dr.

Due to its characteristics, this little village results a suitable case to make a ceramic etnography with an archaeological perspective. The questions are made to the dinamic context present but the attention is focused on the material evidences of the process, those that normally remain: La vida de Santo Domingo de Silos: Salida de campo a Santo Domingo de Silos, en Burgos, el 14 de septiembre de Salida de campo a Santo Domingo de Silos, en Burgos, el 14 de septiembre dede la que se anotaron observaciones sobre cangrejos, los siguientes peces: Abstract This article analyzes the linguistic attitudes of native Spanish-speakers from Santo Domingo towards Spanish spoken in the Dominican Republic and in the other Spanish-speaking countries.

The data were gathered in the capital, interviewing a stratified sample of respondents, based on the variables of age, sex and socioeconomic status.

The results demonstrate the limited extent to which Dominicans identify with their dialect, as they prefer it only under particular circumstances justified by the necessity of communicating and in order to make sure to get the message correctly across. Similarly the observation was made that people from the capital prefer their own variant of Spanish and thereafter those of Spain, Colombia and.

This paper provides a construction process hypothesis based on the available knowledge and technical resources at that time, involving the geometry, layout, stonework of the steps and their positioning on the site. That would have meant for Andrade, architect and builder, an important cost reduction. Moreover been a masterpiece with an undeniable show of prowess, it is quite possible that economic reasons had driven the master to this bold design.

Full Text Available Cultural tourism provides tools to create differentiated tourism products; especially in consolidated sun and sand destinations where it can complement the existing offer or contribute to the renewal of the image of the destination. From this concept develops this article; whose main objective is to present the current situation of the cultural heritage of the Colonial City of Santo Domingo ; Dominican Republic.

By using an inductive-deductive method with mixed approach and an analytical-descriptive typology; an inventory and an evaluation form of the resources and cultural attractions of the area were applied simultaneously. Before fieldwork; an exploratory study was conducted which allowed to know the information regarding on historical data; social aspects and the main activities of the city.

The results of this research provide an overall picture of the city as a World Heritage Site; show its tourism potential and highlights the need for the inclusion of the intangible cultural heritage in the concepts used to create mediation tools to enhance the value of the tourism product and support the collective memory. The purpose of this report is to assess specific areas on the Pueblo for potential installation of photovoltaic PV systems and to estimate the cost, performance, and site impacts of different PV options.

The report also recommends financing options that could assist in the implementation of these PV systems. Full Text Available From tothe slaveholding Napoleonic regime of General Jean-Louis Ferrand attempted to erase the gains of the era of French Republican emancipation by re-enslaving thousands of individuals in Santo Domingo modern Dominican Republic.

This article examines the aims and methods of the Ferrand regime, situating it within the contexts of the birth of independent Haiti and the resurgence of institutionalized racism and slavery in the French world. Social vulnerability to natural hazards in urban systems: An application in Santo Domingo Dominican Republic.

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The concept of risk has become increasingly complex, and has been used not only in relation to the natural features of a region, but also to its socio-economic context. In this conceptualization, the latter directly influences the capacity of a community to cope with, recover from, and adapt to. The red bed succession cropping out in the Quebrada Santo Domingo in northwestern Argentina had been for long considered as Upper Triassic-Lower Jurassic in age based on weak radiometric and paleontological evidence.


Preliminary paleomagnetic data confirmed the age and opened questions about the nature of fossil footprints with avian features discovered in the section. Sigglo the stratigraphic scheme was reviewed with the identification of previously unrecognized discontinuities, and a radiometric dating obtained in a tuff, indicated an Eocene age for the Laguna Brava Formation and the fossil bird footprints, much younger than the previously assigned.

We present a detailed paleomagnetic study interpreted within a regional tectonic and stratigraphic framework, looking for an explanation for the misinterpretation of the preliminary paleomagnetic data. The characteristic remanent magnetizations pass a tilt test and a reversal test. The main magnetic carrier is interpreted to be low Ti titanomagnetites and to a lesser extent hematite. The characteristic remanent magnetization would be essentially detrital.

The obtained paleomagnetic pole PP for the Laguna Brava Formation has the following geographic coordinates and statistical parameters: When this PP is compared with another one with similar age obtained in an undeformed area, a declination qrquitectura is recognized. This block rotation is consistent with the regional tectonic framework, and would have caused the fortuitous coincidence of the PP with Early Jurassic poles. According to the interpreted magnetostratigraphic correlation, the Laguna Brava Formation would have been deposited during the Late Eocene with a mean sedimentation rate of about 1.

Part of the study was the isolation, biotyping and genotyping of Brucella species isolated from milk and supra-mammary lymph nodes of sero-positive bovines. From these animals, 50 animals were found sero-positive for brucellosis.

Twenty-five lymph nodes and 25 milk samples from each group of positive reactors were cultured and growth. All 4 isolates of lymphatic tissue corresponded to Brucella abortus biotype 1, confirmed as field strains by molecular analysis.

Milk isolations, biochemically showed a more dispersed pattern in which B. The concordance between biochemical and molecular diagnostic tests reached El proyecto de Pedro Catani Furthermore, it proposes the colonial management katzan regulation of the population; that is, the transformation of the insubordinate forms-of-life of the large rural population of free blacks and mulattos in order to transform their idle lives into productive lives.

El tramo Santiago-Alto de Santo Domingode 36, km de longitud, ofrece un transepto muy significat The excavations revealed that, prior to the present building constructed in the kstzman century, there was another one that may also have had religious functions.

The stratigraphic analysis permit knowing that the entire building was constructed at once, although the materials of the apse and the naves were very different; which allows for different interpretations. However, it mexido been proved that the deterioration of the building began between the seventeenth and the eighteenth century.

The last stage is represented by the desecration and its use as a cemetery, which has caused important damages on the faces. Las variables evaluadas fueron: El mejor valor proteico de las canales de pollos se reportaron en las localidades de Quevedo y Salcedo con Ronozyme This project will help small jatzman in the area to achieve dose correctly, health care, minimize the risk for contamination with agrochemicals and waste there of which affect the environment and to their environment.

This prototype control system has two parts: Nutrient critical levels and availability in soils cultivated with peach palm Bactris gasipaes Kunth. Arqitectura Text Available Ecuador is the most important exporter of canned peach palm, however, to date ideal soil fertility characteristics for peach palm growers remain unknown. The aim of this research was to determine optimal levels of soil nutrients for the cultivation of peach palm, specifically with regards to soil cation exchange capacity in order to obtain higher yields.

Fields were evaluated based on a relative yield and extractable modified Olsen nutrient contents in each soil were determined using regression modeling to determine critical levels of each nutrient and specifically to determine the ideal soil cation dfl capacity under peach palm cultivation.

Dek analysis established critical levels of soil pH 6. K soil cation exchange sigo was determined to be Socio-hydrological resilience of an arid aquifer system, subject to changing climate and inadequate agricultural management: A case study from the Valley of Santo DomingoMexico.

Mismanagement has caused the overexploitation of one third of the major aquifers in Mexico, mainly due to excessive water extraction for agricultural irrigation. This paper offers an analysis of hydrological resilience of a water-limited arid ecosystem under future extraction scenarios and changing climate conditions.