Volume 03 - Issue 07 (July 2019)


Title: Process of Recovering the Motor Functions of a Tetraparese Patient
Authors: Muresan D-A, Arghir M, Grosu E-F
Source: International Journal of Latest Research in Engineering and Management, pp 01 - 05, Vol 03 - No. 07, 2019
Abstract: This paper presents the recovery process of a tetraparesis patient, who started after a Guillain-Barre syndrome for which the specific physiotherapy techniques necessary to recover the motor deficit were carried out, givenin the current section in the paper.
Keywords: GuillainBarre Syndrome; Tetra paresis; Physiotherapy; Recover; Rehabilitation.
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Title: Diffuse Chemical Pollution in Vindhya Pradesh
Authors: Arvind Prasad Dwivedi
Source: International Journal of Latest Research in Engineering and Management, pp 06 - 11, Vol 03 - No. 07, 2019
Abstract: Water is vital to the existence of all living organisms, but this valued resource is increasingly being threatened as human populations grow and demand more water of high quality for domestic purposes and economic activities. Water abstraction for domestic use, agricultural production, mining, industrial production, power generation, and forestry practices can lead to deterioration in water quality and quantity that impact not only the aquatic ecosystem (ie. the assemblage of organisms living and interacting together within an aquatic environment), but also the availability of safe water for human consumption. It is now generally accepted that aquatic environments cannot be perceived simply as holding tanks that supply water for human activities. Rather, these environments are complex matrices that require careful use to ensure sustainable ecosystem functioning well into the future. Moreover, the management of aquatic environments requires an understanding of the important linkages between ecosystem properties and the way in which human activities can alter the interplay between the physical, chemical and biological processes that drive ecosystem functioning.
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Title: The Effect of Customer Orientation and Supply Chain Orientation on Customer Loyalty with Customer Satisfaction as Mediator
Authors: Kipong Krisantoro Malun, Niken Sulistyowati
Source: International Journal of Latest Research in Engineering and Management, pp 12 - 23, Vol 03 - No. 07, 2019
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to examine the association models of customer orientation and supply chain orientation towards customer satisfaction and customer loyalty. A total of 154 respondents were sampled representing the customers of a company manufacturing flavorings and fragrances in Indonesia.Measuring instrument used a questionnaire using semantic differential scale that is specifically developed for this study. Analysis of the data using structural equation modeling (SEM) that the calculation is done with the help of IBM-AMOS ver.24. The results show that supply chain orientation and customer orientation have a direct effect on customer satisfaction and customer satisfaction has an effect on customer loyalty.
Keywords: Customer Orientation, Customer Satisfaction, Customer Loyalty, Supply Chain Management,Supply Chain Orientation
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