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Impact of a Non-Saccharomyces Yeast Isolated in the Equatorial Region in the Acceptance of Wine Aroma  [PDF]
Mariana Oliveira Assis, Adriana Pereira Coelho Santos, Carlos Augusto Rosa, Maria Eugênia de Oliveira Mamede
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2014.59086
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The aim of this work was to isolate and identify the yeasts prevalent in fresh grapes cultivated in the “São Francisco Valley” region (Brazil), as well as evaluating the cell growth of these indigenous yeasts during the fermentation of grape musts and their contribution to the improvement of wine aroma. The Chenin Blanc grape must fermented by H. opuntiae presented higher acceptance means at the three points analyzed (6.74, 6.78 and 7.30) and in the fermentation carried out by the yeasts H. opuntiae and S. cerevisiae, the highest mean acceptance (7.22) was observed after 120 hours, with no statistical difference from the sample fermented by H. opuntiae alone. Since these samples that showed higher acceptance means also receiving higher scores for purchasing intention, corresponding to the concepts of “definitely would buy” and “probably would buy”. The present study suggests that the fermentations of grape musts carried out by the yeast H. opuntiae and mixed cultures of H. opuntiae and Saccharomyces cerevisiae, positively influenced the sensory qualities of the wines and showed greater potential to increase the aroma of the musts and to develop specific wine styles.

O sentido de vida do familiar do paciente crítico
Lima, Adriana Braitt;Santa Rosa, Darci de Oliveira;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342008000300019
Abstract: this study emerged from the reflection of my nursing professional experiences. the objectives were to understand the life meaning of critical patients' relatives, in view of the tragic triad: guilt, suffering, and death; to identify the contents of these individuals' life meanings, based on existential analysis. the methodological trajectory implied the qualitative approach and content analysis. the understanding of the meanings was guided by the triadic configuration, from which the following categories emerged: existential emptiness, suffering, guilt, death, meaning of life and icu care. for the critical patients' relatives, finding the meaning of life in view of the tragic triad means perceiving the tragic optimism, such as the possibility of answering life questions in a positive and responsible way, by means of spiritual forces, as of their inner god, though the purpose of creating or performing something, or through the love dedicated to their sick loved one.
Trophic state and microorganisms community of major sub-basins of the middle Rio Doce basin, southeast Brazil
Petrucio, Mauricio Mello;Medeiros, Adriana Oliveira;Rosa, Carlos Augusto;Barbosa, Francisco Ant?nio Rodrigues;
Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-89132005000500015
Abstract: total phosphorus concentration was used to define the trophic state of the main sub-basins of the middle rio doce, in minas gerais state (southeast brazil) and physical, chemical, and microbiological variables of water were analyzed during 2000 to 2001. the study evaluated changes in water quality caused by seasonality and human activities. water temperature, conductivity, ph, total alkalinity, dissolved oxygen, and concentrations of nh4-n, no2-n, no3-n, total-n, po4-p, total-p, doc, and chlorophyll-a were measured in seven rivers stretches (sampling stations). total yeasts, faecal and total coliforms, and heterotrophic bacteria were also determined. the studied areas were considered to be under oligotrophic to eutrophic conditions. the variables that presented highest positive correlation with faecal coliforms were total-p and total-n, and heterotrophic bacteria density was identified as a good parameter to differentiate the ecosystems. these results suggested the inclusion of the trophic level and the distinct activities within a watershed as important elements when proposing conservation and restoration areas.
Expectation and Satisfaction of Parents or Tutors of Users of APAE Assisted at Special Patient Dental Clinic of Dentistry School of Montes Claros State University, Unimontes/MG
Luiza Augusta Rosa ROSSI-BARBOSA,Adriana Benquerer Oliveira PALMA,Igor Machado COELHO,Luciana Mara Barbosa PEREIRA
Pesquisa Brasileira em Odontopediatria e Clínica Integrada , 2007,
Abstract: Objective: To evaluate expectation and satisfaction of parents/tutors of users of the Association of Parents and Friends of People with Disability (APAE) assisted at the clinic of special patients of the Dentistry School of Unimontes, during the year of 2004 and the first school semester of 2005. Method: In the first consultation, 46 people were evaluated concerning expectation of clinical assistance and, in the end of the treatment, 89.0% of these people answered a satisfaction questionnaire. The statistical analysis applied were Pearson Qui-square test and Fisher exact test (p<0.05). Results: 84.8% have already been assisted at Dental Clinics at Unimontes. Considering expectation of assistance, 71.7% expected dental fillings, 65.2% dental prophylaxes, 45.7% treatment with speech-language pathologist, 41.3% treatment with physiotherapist, 37.0% tooth extraction and 23.9% treatment for tooth pain. Relation to satisfaction, 78.1% conceptualized dental assistance as great and 21.9% as good. Professor recommendations to students were classified as great by 75.6% of interviewed. Considering professional recommendations, 97.5% considered important those given by dentist, 56.1% by speech-language pathologist and 56.1% by physiotherapist. Conclusion: The most frequent expectations reported by the parents/tutors of the users of the clinics have involved the surgical and restorative dental treatment. Researchers were satisfied with the dental assistance. A significant number of users of the APAE were not assisted by physiotherapist and by speech-language pathologist, having, as a result, a low percentage in the evaluation of these services.
Performance of lambs supplemented with fodder salt Gliricidia sepium (Jacq.)
Cirne, Luís Gabriel Alves;Baroni, Marly Rosa;Oliveira, Paulo Andrade de;Oliveira, Gabriel Jorge Carneiro de;Jaeger, Soraya Maria Palma Luz;Bagaldo, Adriana Regina;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982012000400018
Abstract: the objective of this experiment was to evaluate productive performance of lambs fed different levels of gliricidia sepium (jacq.) in the making of gliricidia forage salt. a total of 30 180-day-old male crossbred santa inês lambs of 25 kg body weight were confined in 1 m2 stalls, fed tifton-85 (cynadon spp.) hay, fodder salts and water ad libitum. the experimental design was randomized, composed of six repetitions of five treatments. the formulation of gliricidia forage salt was 0 (100% nacl), 93, 95, 97 and 99% gliricidia hay with 7, 5, 3 and 1% nacl, respectively. the experiment was conducted for 74 d, with 14 d for adaptation and 60 d for sampling. gliricidia forage salt supplementation showed no effect (p>0.05) on dry matter, organic matter or neutral detergent fiber intake, although it affected (p<0.05) crude protein and ether extract intake. the highest performance of animals was observed in gliricidia forage salt with 99% addition of gliricidia.
Coloniza o por micro-organismo resistente e infec o relacionada ao cuidar em saúde
Adriana Oliveira
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2012,
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Representa??es de mulheres acerca da histerectomia em seu processo de viver
Nunes, Maria da Penha da Rosa Silveira;Gomes, Vera Lúcia de Oliveira;Padilha, Maria Itayra;Gomes, Giovana Calcagno;Fonseca, Adriana Dora da;
Escola Anna Nery , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-81452009000300017
Abstract: this is an exploratory-descriptive and qualitative study realized with the objective to know the social representations expressed by women who did hysterectomy and also, to identify some of the factors that interfere in their lives twelve women who did hysterectomy were the informers of a university hospital from rio grande do sul. data were collected in september and october of 2006 through interviews and they were analyzed by the thematic content. two categories were identified: hysterectomy's negatives and positives representations in women's lives. both of them are referring to the uterus' meaning and to the woman's life context. the negative representations are due to prejudices, inability to become mothers and in the sexual disinterest, with its possible interferences on conjugal life. the positive ones result from the way women feel after the surgery which is good and the life quality improvement. it is necessary to give some space to the discussion about living without a uterus focusing to prevent conjugal and personal conflicts.
Rabies diagnosis and serology in bats from the State of S?o Paulo, Brazil
Almeida, Marilene Fernandes de;Martorelli, Luzia Fátima Alves;Sodré, Miriam Martos;Kataoka, Ana Paula Arruda Geraldes;Rosa, Adriana Ruckert da;Oliveira, Maria Lucia de;Amatuzzi, Elizabeth;
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0037-86822011005000011
Abstract: introduction: bats are one of the most important reservoirs and vectors of the rabies virus in the world. methods: from 1988 to 2003, the zoonosis control center in s?o paulo city performed rabies diagnosis on 5,670 bats by direct immunofluorescent test and mouse inoculation test. blood samples were collected from 1,618 bats and the sera were analyzed using the rapid fluorescent focus inhibition test to confirm rabies antibodies. results: forty-four (0.8%) bats were positive for rabies. the prevalence of rabies antibodies was 5.9% using 0.5iu/ml as a cutoff. insectivorous bats (69.8%) and bats of the species molossus molossus (51.8%) constituted the majority of the sample; however, the highest prevalence of antibodies were observed in glossophaga soricina (14/133), histiotus velatus (16/60), desmodus rotundus (8/66), artibeus lituratus (5/54), nyctinomops macrotis (3/23), tadarida brasiliensis (3/48), carollia perspicillata (3/9), eumops auripendulus (2/30), nyctinomops laticaudatus (2/16), sturnira lilium (2/17) and eumops perotis (1/13). the prevalence of rabies antibodies was analyzed by species, food preference and sex. conclusions: the expressive levels of antibodies associated with the low virus positivity verified in these bats indicate that rabies virus circulates actively among them.
Report a possible correlation between necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis and mononucleosis
Francinne Miranda,Rosa; Jou,Adriana; Vieira de Miranda,Fábio; Varvaki Rados,Pantelis; Oliveira Gaiger,Márcia; Chaves Cecília Moraes,Anna;
Revista Cubana de Estomatolog?-a , 2011,
Abstract: necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis is a relatively uncommon periodontal disease, characterized by ulceration, necrosis, pain and gingival bleeding. factors often related to its occurrence include stress and systemic viral infections, such as those caused by cytomegalovirus and epstein-barr virus type 1, the latter being also considered the causative agent of infectious mononucleosis. this article aims to describe a clinical case of a female patient who presented with necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis associated with a clinical picture of infectious mononucleosis, as well as to review the literature concerning a possible correlation between these pathologies. this patient presented to our health care facility with necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis accompanied by lymphadenopathy, fever and prostration, after laboratory tests, epstein-barr virus type 1 infection was confirmed, as well as the co-occurrence of pathologies: necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis and infectious mononucleosis. symptom remission in both disorders also occurred concomitantly, after instruction in plaque control measures and palliative medication for control of systemic symptoms. therefore, although there is no scientific validation of an association between these two pathologies, it is imperative that all diagnostic alternatives be considered and investigated, in order to establish the therapeutic approach most appropriate to the patient.
Sudden Death as the Outcome of Cardiac Arrest, in a Portuguese Region: Where Do Resuscitation Manoeuvres Stand?  [PDF]
Rosa Henriques de Gouveia, Adriana Martins, Duarte Nuno Vieira
World Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases (WJCD) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/wjcd.2015.58026
Abstract: Cardiac Arrest (CA) is a major health problem, due to short and long-term sequel? and to associated mortality. Despite the improvement of out-of-hospital and in-hospital resuscitation manoeuvres, unexpected sudden fatal events occur. The authors reported the features of a series of sudden death (SD) cases where cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) was performed. Files of 1053 medico-legal autopsies, from victims aged ≥18 years-old, were reviewed. Cardiac Arrest leading to Sudden Death were found in 477 cases (45.3%), but only 199 (42%) of these had been submitted to resuscitation manoeuvres. There was an elderly male predominance. Both non-cardiac and cardiac CA/SD causes were present, despite the higher coronary artery disease incidence. Both out-of-hospital and in-hospital events took place. Age, severity of the disease, comorbidities and predominance of out-of-hospital CA were obstacles to successful CPR, leading to SD. Knowing the population characteristics may help to improve Emergency Assistance.
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