Articles by Author: Edgar Ouangr

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  1. Economic and psychological burden of scheduled surgery cancellation in a sub-Saharan country (Burkina Faso)

    Economic and psychological burden of scheduled surgery cancellation in a sub-Saharan country (Burkina Faso)

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern African Journal of Anaesthesia and Analgesia
    Background: Cancellation of scheduled surgery creates a financial burden for hospitals, caregivers and patients. Cancellation causes emotional stress, which impacts on outcomes. In poor countries where the adequacy of healthcare is limited, the ethical dilemma created by scheduled surgery cancellation...
  2. Noetherian quivers

    Noetherian quivers

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Quaestiones Mathematicae
    Noetherian quivers have been studied and characterized (when the number of arrows is finite) by Höinghaus and Richter in [10]. In this paper we give a characterization of noetherian quivers in the most general case in Theorem 3.6. We prove...
  3. Rapid assessment of montane anuran communities in the Albertine Rift: <em>Hyperolius castaneus</em> Ahl, 1931 as an umbrella species for conservation

    Rapid assessment of montane anuran communities in the Albertine Rift: <em>Hyperolius castaneus</em> Ahl, 1931 as an umbrella species for conservation

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Zoology
    The species richness of seven montane anuran communities of the Albertine Rift was assessed with visual and acoustic transects. A total of 28 anuran species were detected. The highland anuran communities at (2000–2800 m) were dominated by up to nine...
  4. Child Abuse or Discipline? Moses Isegawa’s Critique of Ugandan Child-rearing Practices in <em>Abyssinian Chronicles</em>

    Child Abuse or Discipline? Moses Isegawa’s Critique of Ugandan Child-rearing Practices in <em>Abyssinian Chronicles</em>

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Eastern African Literary and Cultural Studies
    Although Moses Isegawa’s debut novel, Abyssinian Chronicles, has received popular recognition in the press, it is yet to attract commensurate critical attention in literary scholarship. No wonder the available critical analyses of this important Ugandan text focus on only its...
  5. Outward foreign direct investment from South Africa’s energy sector and the transfer of environmentally sound technologies to Uganda’s energy sector

    Outward foreign direct investment from South Africa’s energy sector and the transfer of environmentally sound technologies to Uganda’s energy sector

    Following the end of apartheid in 1994, outward foreign direct investment (OFDI) from South Africa has been on the increase. However, the content of South African OFDI has remained an understudied topic. This article explores whether intra-regional flows of FDI...