H. Nguyen-Xuan

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OBJECTIVES Cesarean scar pregnancy is a rare entity. This situation may induce uterine rupture and/or a massive life-threatening hemorrhage. The standard treatment is laparotomy surgery, but in situ injections to replace invasive surgery. The objective of this study was to focus on the diagnosis, optimal management and long-term follow-up of the patients.(More)
BACKGROUND Varicella (VZV) infection in pregnancy can result in serious outcomes: maternal pneumoniae irrespective of the term of pregnancy, and lead to congenital varicella syndrome before 18 weeks of gestation and neonatal varicella. There are between 350 and 500 cases a year in France. Until now, there have been no scientific obstetrical guidelines for(More)
INTRODUCTION Randomized controlled trials (RCT) in surgery are often subject to difficulties inherent in the study design and recruitment of patients. Women's participation rate to RCTs in surgery is relatively low and varies from 30 to 70%. These recruitment problems might induce a weak scientific value and even stop the study. Thus, optimizing recruitment(More)
An efficient adaptive polygonal finite element method for plastic collapse analysis of solids H. Nguyen-Xuan , Son H. Nguyen, Hyun-Gyu Kim, Klaus Hackl Institute of Mechanics, Ruhr-University of Bochum, 44801 Bochum, Germany Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Technology, HUTECH University, Vietnam Department of Mechanical & Automotive Engineering,(More)
This paper investigates nonlinear bending and buckling behaviours of composite plates characterized by a thickness variation. Layer interfaces are described as functions of inplane coordinates. Top and bottom surfaces of the plate are symmetric about the midplane and the plate could be considered as a flat surface in analysis along with thickness parameters(More)
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