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See detailPaysages patrimoniaux en Wallonie (Belgique), analyse par approche des paysages temoins.
Droeven, Emilie ULg; Dubois, Catherine ULg; Feltz, Claude ULg

in Cahiers d'Economie et Sociologie Rurales (2007), 84-85

In 2000, the Walloon Region (Belgium) has initiated a research program at the Standing Conference on Territorial Development (CPDT) in order to address the European Landscape Convention requirements. The ... [more ▼]

In 2000, the Walloon Region (Belgium) has initiated a research program at the Standing Conference on Territorial Development (CPDT) in order to address the European Landscape Convention requirements. The research concentrated at first on the identification and the typology of Walloon macrolandscapes at a regional scale. Then the research focussed on the landscapes characterisation at a scale of 1/20 000 and their patrimonial qualification. The paper traces the research progress (definition of the concepts of landscape and patrimonial landscape, the adopted procedure) and presents the elaborated method to appreciate the landscapes scientific values, called the method of the “witness landscape”. It also presents the difficulties met during its application on the field. The method is iterative and combines the observation on the field, the review of both historic and present cartographies, the interpretation of aerial photographs and the mobilisation of the available bibliography. Reading, analysing, understanding and documenting the landscape in order to highlight the meaningful landscapes’ configurations and components, such was one of the research team contributions to the landscape management. [less ▲]

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See detailLa patrimonialisation : outil ou écueil de la gestion des paysages
Dubois, Catherine ULg; Droeven, Emilie ULg; Kummert, Magali et al

in Cahiers de l'Urbanisme (Les) (2006), 58

Progress in knowledge and recognition of our landscapes, as intended by the Florence Convention, is essential. The authors do however demonstrate that it is necessary to establish non-heritage criteria to ... [more ▼]

Progress in knowledge and recognition of our landscapes, as intended by the Florence Convention, is essential. The authors do however demonstrate that it is necessary to establish non-heritage criteria to face new planning challenges and they draw the lessons of current research in this area. [less ▲]

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See detailIncidence, clinical significance and prognosis of ventricular fibrillation in the early phase of myocardial infarction.
Dubois, Catherine ULg; Smeets, J. P.; Demoulin, J. C. et al

in European heart journal (1986), 7(11), 945-51

Of 1265 patients admitted to the CCU with the diagnosis of acute MI, 96 (7.6%) developed ventricular fibrillation within 72 hours following admission. Of these 96, 35 (36.5%) had secondary VF associated ... [more ▼]

Of 1265 patients admitted to the CCU with the diagnosis of acute MI, 96 (7.6%) developed ventricular fibrillation within 72 hours following admission. Of these 96, 35 (36.5%) had secondary VF associated with left ventricular failure; they had a high in-hospital mortality of 57.1%. The remaining 61 (63.5%) had primary VF, i.e. VF occurring in the absence of significant LV failure. Fourteen of these (23%) died in hospital: 9 due to PVF (3 during the first episode, 6 during a recurrence). This mortality figure was significantly higher (P less than 0.001) than the mortality of 10% seen among patients who did not experience VF. Primary VF showed a recurrence rate of 20%. Compared with the 1061 patients who left the hospital without primary VF, the 61 subjects with this rhythm disorder were older, had larger infarcts and more frequent complications, such as pericarditis, conduction abnormalities, frequent ventricular premature contractions and signs of right ventricular failure. These findings, in contrast with a widely held view, suggest that primary VF may carry a guarded prognosis. [less ▲]

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See detailFrequency and clinical significance of pericardial friction rubs in the acute phase of myocardial infarction.
Dubois, Catherine ULg; Smeets, J. P.; Demoulin, J. C. et al

in European heart journal (1985), 6(9), 766-8

An early pericardial friction rub was noted in 23.4% of a population of 1264 consecutive patients admitted with acute myocardial infarction. The incidence of the rub did not vary with age, sex or past ... [more ▼]

An early pericardial friction rub was noted in 23.4% of a population of 1264 consecutive patients admitted with acute myocardial infarction. The incidence of the rub did not vary with age, sex or past cardiac history. The pericardial rub, however, was more often a complication of Q- than non-Q-wave infarcts (25.5% vs 10.5%, P greater than 0.001) and of anterior than inferior infarcts (35.3% vs 20.8%, P greater than 0.001). In comparing the 297 patients with a pericardial rub to the 967 others, we noted that the former group had a higher CK peak (1706 +/- 1110 UI l-1 vs 1189 +/- 1038 UI l-1, P greater than 0.001) and a higher incidence of Killip class greater than 1 (47.5% vs 33.2%, P greater than 0.001), atrial flutter or fibrillation (22.2% vs 9.3%, P greater than 0.001), second or third degree atrioventricular blocks (16.8% vs 9.4%, P greater than 0.001) and complete bundle branch block (14.5% vs 7.1%, P greater than 0.001). In spite of this, the development of a pericardial rub did not increase the in-hospital mortality (10.8% in patients with pericardial rub; 11.3% in those without). [less ▲]

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