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Posted on July 2, 2018 by Carol Minton Morris

From Tim Donohue, DSpace and DSpaceDirect Tech Lead, on behalf of the DSpace Committers

As you may have seen earlier this week (in the JSPUI security notice email), DSpace 5.9 is now available! DSpace 5.9 provides bug fixes and improvements to the DSpace 5.x platform.

DSpace 5.9 can be downloaded immediately from: Steve Madden Clarity NvDD8wQ7T

5.9 Release notes are available at: h ttps://

DSpace 5.9 is a bug fix release to resolve several issues located in previous 5.x releases. As it only provides only bug fixes, DSpace 5.9 should constitute an easy upgrade from DSpace 5.x for most users. No database changes should be necessary when upgrading from DSpace 5.x to 5.9.

DSpace 5.9 contains two security fixes for JSPUI users. If you use JSPUI we recommend that you test and upgrade this release as soon as possible (or upgrade to 6.3, which also fixes these issues).

JSPUI security fixes include [HIGH SEVERITY] A user can inject malicious Javascript into the names of EPeople or Groups. This is most severe in sites which allow anyone to register for a new account. ( – requires a JIRA account to access.) Reported by Julio Brafman [MEDIUM SEVERITY] Any user was able to export metadata to CSV format if they knew the correct JSPUI path/parameters. Additionally, the exported CSV included metadata fields which are flagged as hidden in configuration. ( – requires a JIRA account to access.) Reported by Eike Kleiner (ZHAW, Zurich University of Applied Sciences) Major bug fixes include Update DSpace ORCID Integration to use ORCID API v2 (instead of now obsolete ORCID v1): DS-3447 Update DSpace Statistics to use GeoIP API v2 (instead of now discontinued GeoIP API v1): DS-3832 Other API-level fixes (affecting all UIs) PostgreSQL JDBC driver upgraded to latest version (to allow for full compatibility with PostgreSQL v10): DS-3854 Ensure ImageMagick thumbnails respect the orientation of original file: DS-3839 OAI-PMH Fixes Enhanced “oai import” command to report on items that cause indexing issues: DS-3852 Fix 500 error when no Community or Collection: DS-3853 XMLUI Fixes Fixed Mirage v2 build issues caused by Bower Registry URL change: DS-3936 Fixed performance issues for Items with 100+ bitstreams: DS-3883 Fix issue where search results lose Community/Collection context when sorting: DS-3835 Update Mirage to use recommended MathJax inline delimiters (DS-3087) and to use new CDN location (DS-3560) For more information, see the Changes section in the DuraSpace wiki.

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From each of the 200 households selected, eligible individuals aged between 15 and 79 years were selected and administered questionnaires. The invitation to participate in the study was either in person or by typed invitation slips. Participants were requested to come to designated health centers within their vicinity, where the study took place on particular dates, between 7:30 and 11:00. The primary health centers (PHCs) at Anantigha, Ekpo Abasi, and Ewa Ekeng were selected for Calabar South while those at Eyo Edem, Okon Enoch, and Ikot Ansa were recruited for Calabar Municipal. The procedure sequence is shown in the flow diagram in Mephisto Beatrix NmArxxJlvP


Flow diagram of sampling: showing sampling circuitry for dysglycemia. DM, diabetes mellitus; IFG, impaired fasting glucose; IGT, impaired glucose tolerance; NGT, normal glucose tolerance; OGTT, oral glucose tolerance test.

Of the 1350 participants invited for the study, 1134 participants, comprising 645 men and 489 women, completed the study, thus giving a response rate of 87.2%. There was no significant difference between the proportions of men and women that responded (p>0.05).

The performance of the plasma glucose assay using the intra-assay and interassay coefficients of variation of the tests is shown in table 1 .

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Performance of plasma glucose assay

Study procedure

Trained assistants made up of medical doctors and medical students who spoke English and Efik languages (common languages spoken in Calabar) were involved in data collection. Permission and cooperation for the study was obtained from the community and ward heads. The research procedure was based on a modification of the WHO STEPS instrument. 16 Consenting participants for the study were invited to the nearest PHCs in their vicinity. For Calabar South Council, the designated PHCs were Anantigha, Ewa Ekeng, and Ekpo Abasi, while for Calabar Municipal the PHCs were Eyo Edem, Okon Enoch, and Ikot Ansa.

Following either a written invitation, or an invitation in person, all households within the sampled population were visited. Residents were informed about the survey and permission was sought for an interviewer to visit to conduct a household interview. A detailed description of the study objectives, the interview and examination process, and study confidentiality was supplied in the initial household interview. This description was provided in writing and, where necessary, translated orally in Efik or Pidgin English for ease of understanding. If the interviewer was unable to make contact with the household members, a message was left suggesting an alternative interview time. The interviewers made two to five visits before a household was classified as a non-contact.

Where possible, at each participating household, a personal interview was conducted with members aged 15 years and over, who met the eligibility requirements. Selected participants were requested to fast from 22:00 the night before their appointment at the designated health facility for biochemical and physical measurements. They were also asked not to smoke or engage in strenuous activity before their appointment, though they were permitted to drink water. The interview ascertained sociodemographic, lifestyle, and physical activity details. In some instances, household members who were unable to answer for themselves because of old age, intellectual disability, or difficulty with the English language were interviewed with the help of a responsible ‘proxy’. In order to obtain a personal interview with all eligible household members, interviewers made appointments to visit as often as was necessary. In a small number of cases, interviews were conducted at the nearest health center and transport was provided where there were challenges.

At the completion of the interview, all household members aged 15 years or older were invited to the nearest health center where arrangements had been made for trained assistants to carry out relevant biomedical tests. A thorough explanation was given to participants, addressing the procedure for physical measurements and biomedical assessment.

Step 1 involved the completion of a modified WHO questionnaire under the supervision of trained research assistants. The biochemical measurements were conducted at the participant's closest health center every Saturday over a 4-week period, in each of the sampled areas. Activities at the testing site started at 7:30 and typically finished at 11:00. On average, approximately 30 participants attended daily. The biochemical protocol followed the WHO modified STEPS questionnaire for diabetes and other non-communicable disease field survey. 16 Following the initial collection of the fasting blood sample, an oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) was performed on all participants according to WHO specifications. Tommy Hilfiger Lumidee 5 swDK4z
After the ingestion of glucose, the participants were requested to wait in the sitting area of the health facility until they were due for the 2 h post glucose load (2 HPG) check. Participants moved through the biochemical assessment procedures in a circuit-like manner that took approximately 2–3 h to complete. All data from the participants’ record forms were entered manually onto data sheets and later transferred to an electronic version.

Biochemical measurements were taken according to the WHO STEP guideline, and consisted of an OGTT in the fasting state.

The participants were required to fast for 8–14 h prior to testing. Two and a half (2.5) millilitres of venous blood was collected from a forearm vein into a fluoride oxalate bottle for fasting blood glucose estimation. Then 75 g of anhydrous glucose, dissolved in 250 mL of water, was administered orally to participants. Venous blood sampling was repeated 2 h later to determine the blood sugar level 2 HPG. The plasma glucose assay was performed using Trinder's analytic method. Two milliliters of glucose oxidase containing solution was placed inside a test tube, into which 0.2 mL of plasma was added. The mixture was incubated at 37°C for 15 min. After cooling, there was a color change from a colorless to a pink solution. The absorbance of the pink solution was read off using a spectrophotometer.

Statistical analyses

The analysis of data was carried out using the statistical package for social sciences (SSPS) V.20.0 for windows (SPSS Inc, Chicago, Illinois, USA). A comparison of means between the two groups was done using the Student t test. The χ test was used to find an association between categorical variables and to test for differences in proportions, and the level of significance was taken as p<0.05.

Definition of terms and criteria

: Fasting plasma glucose <6.1 mmol/L (110 mg/dL) or BGL 2 HPG <7.8 mmol/L (140 mg/dL). 1

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