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O Programa de Saúde da Família sob o ponto de vista da atividade: uma análise das rela??es entre os processos de trabalho, saúde e subjetiva??o
Silva, Ana Cláudia Barbosa da;Athayde, Milton;
Revista Brasileira de Saúde Ocupacional , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0303-76572008000100004
Abstract: psf (programa de saúde da família - family health program) is a strategy aimed at reorganizing public primary care in brazil. the program is quickly expanding its population coverage and increasing the number of hired professionals. its focus lies in changing its work process by implementing technological and organizational alterations aimed at increasing effectiveness of actions in the context of primary care, thus posing new challenges to health-care professionals. in this study we seek to understand the relation between work processes, health and subjectivation in the context of the family health program in a primary care unit of the unified health system, the brazilian public health system, in the south of the country, from the perspective of activity. we detected some gaps between psf prescriptive tasks and the actual work situation, which motivated professionals to struggle for their health by (re)defining their working methods. since this managerial system was adopted by the health unit, work process turned into a potential area for the development of inventiveness, which allowed joining efficiency and creativity, and helped strengthen their health gains.
Sous un mutisme trompeur: le silence qui resonne depuis soixante ans
Ana Cláudia Barbosa Giraud
Caligrama : Revista de Estudos Romanicos , 2002,
Abstract: Resumo: Este artigo apresenta um estudo dos elementos que comp em a novela Le silence de la mer, de Vercors, considerando sobretudo as rela es – reveladas pela narra o, pelo espa o e pela a o – que se estabelecem entre os personagens. Desta forma, procuro examinar os meios utilizados pelo autor para evocar circunstancias representativas das rela es humanas durante a Ocupa o Alem (1940-1944) sem negligenciar o caráter imaginário e criativo da obra literária, contemplando – além da circunstancia – temas universais que ecoam nesta narrativa sexagenária. Palavras-chave: Literatura francesa; Vercors; Le silence de la mer; história. Résumé: Cet article presente une étude des éléments qui composent la nouvelle Le silence de la mer, de Vercors, en tenant surtout compte des rapports – révelés par la narration, par l’espace et par l’action – qui s’établissent entre les personnages. Ainsi, je cherche à examiner les moyens dont auteur s’est servi pour évoquer des circonstances représentatives des rapports humains pendant l’Occupation Allemande en France (1940-1944) sans négliger le caractère imaginaire et créatif de l’oeuvre littéraire, contemplant – au-delà du circonstanciel – des thèmes universels qui font écho dans ce récit sexagénaire. Mots-clés: Littérature fran aise; Vercors; Le silence de la mer; histoire.Keywords: French literature; Vercors; Le silence de la mer; history.
Natural products with antileprotic activity
Barbosa-Filho, José M.;Nascimento Júnior, Francisco A. do;Tomaz, Anna Cláudia de Andrade;Athayde-Filho, Petr?nio F. de;Silva, Marcelo S. da;Cunha, Emídio V. Leit?o da;Souza, Maria de F. Vanderlei de;Batista, Le?nia M.;Diniz, Margareth F.F. Melo;
Revista Brasileira de Farmacognosia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-695X2007000100022
Abstract: leprosy is a chronic infectious disease caused by mycobacterium leprae bacillus. it was considered to be an incurable disease for ages. nowadays leprosy is a vanishing disease although we can meet it principally in the tropical zone countries. brazil has the second greatest number of leprosy cases around the world with almost 30,000 new cases diagnosed in 2005. the present work constitutes a literature review on plant extracts and chemically defined molecules of natural origin showing antileprotic activity. the review refers to 11 plants, their families, and geographical distribution, the utilized parts, the type of extract and the tested organism. it also includes 17 compounds isolated from higher plants and microorganisms, classified into appropriate chemical groups. some aspects of recent antileprotic-activity-directed research on natural products are discussed. for this purpose 63 references were consulted.
Plants of the American continent with antimalarial activity
Mariath, Ingrid R.;Falc?o, Heloina de S.;Barbosa-Filho, José M.;Sousa, Layanna C. F. de;Tomaz, Anna Cláudia de A.;Batista, Le?nia M.;Diniz, Margareth de Fátima F. M.;Athayde-Filho, Petr?nio F.;Tavares, Josean Fechine;Silva, Marcelo S.;Cunha, Emídio Vasconcelos L. da;
Revista Brasileira de Farmacognosia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-695X2009000100026
Abstract: malaria is a human parasitic disease caused by protozoa species of the plasmodium genus. this disease has affected populations of the tropical and subtropical regions. about 500 million new cases occur annually on the world and therefore it is considered an emerging disease of important public health problem. in this context, the natural products as vegetables species have their bioactive molecules as targets for pharmacological, toxicological and phytochemical studies towards the development of more effective medicines for the treatment of many diseases. so this work intends to aid the researchers in the study of natural products to the treatment of malaria. in this review, 476 plants of the american continent were related for the antimalarial activity and of these vegetables species 198 were active and 278 inactive for some type of plasmodium when they were evaluated through of in vitro or in vivo bioassays models.
The surgical treatment of traumatic rupture of aortic valve and atrial septum after blunt chest trauma: literature review and presentation of a rare case
Arruda Filho, Mauro Barbosa;Silva, Heraldo Maia e;Santos, Flávia Arruda de Godoy;Rayol, Sérgio da Costa;Arruda, Ana Paola Morais;Gusm?o, Cláudia Arruda Buarque de;Fontes Junior, Ednaldo;Arruda, Mauro Barbosa;
Revista Brasileira de Cirurgia Cardiovascular , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-76382003000200012
Abstract: the case of a 49-year-old man who suffered a car accident responsible for several chest injuries including fractures of the left ribs, large subcutaneous emphysema and left hemopneumothorax arrived in shock in the emergency room of the real hospital português de beneficência in pernambuco (rhpbpe). he was hospitalized for 30 days including some time in the intensive care unit and but did not show signs of diastolic murmur or heart failure. he was submitted to an echocardiography examination that diagnosed slight aortic incompetence, good left ventricular function and was discharged after clinical improvement. three months later he started to feel symptoms of heart failure and returned to cardiac emergency room of the same hospital. he repeated transthoracic and transesophageal echocardiography examinations presenting severe aortic incompetence due to leaflet disruption, rupture of atrial septum with enlargement of the right cardiac chambers and poor left ventricular function. he underwent surgical treatment of these lesions, with direct approach of the atrial septum and the aortic valve was replaced with a mechanical prosthesis, with a good result.
O RIO E A CASA NA FIC O DE MIA COUTO
Ana Cláudia da Silva
Revista Recorte , 2011,
Abstract: In the works of Mia Couto, the spaces and times take us to a hybrid Mozambican cultural identity, in which the elements from Bantu and European traditional culture, among others, mix. From the cronotropic Bakhtinian concept, we analyse the diversity in the images of the African river and house that appear in the short story "Nas águas do tempo" (n.t.: “In the waters of time”) as privileged times and spaces, conforming to a paradigmatic narrative that highlights the main compositional traces of the Couto production in the last years.
S NIA JUNQUEIRA: A RECEP O NOS LIVROS DE IMAGENS
Ana Cláudia da Silva
Revista Recorte , 2011,
Abstract: From the vast set composed by the literary works for children of the writer from Minas Gerais, S nia Junqueira, we have selected the Image book as the object of this analysis. The reception of one of these works is the object of this study.
Antinociceptive Effect of Hydantoin 3-Phenyl-5-(4-ethylphenyl)-imidazolidine-2,4-dione in Mice
Ronaldo Bezerra de Queiroz,Fabíola Lélis de Carvalho,Diogo Vilar da Fonsêca,José Maria Barbosa-Filho,Paula Regina Rodrigues Salgado,Luciano Leite Paulo,Ana Bárbara Maroja de Queiroz,Liana Clébia de Morais Pordeus,Severino Araújo de Souza,Helivaldo Diogenes da Silva Souza,Bruno Freitas Lira,Petrnio Filgueiras de Athayde-Filho
Molecules , 2015, DOI: 10.3390/molecules20010974
Abstract: Imidazolidine derivatives, or hydantoins, are synthetic compounds with different therapeutic applications. Many imidazolidine derivatives have psychopharmacological properties, such as phenytoin, famous for its anticonvulsant efficacy, but also effective in the treatment of neuropathic pain. The hydantoin, 3-phenyl-5-(4-ethylphenyl)-imidazolidine-2,4-dione (IM-3), synthesized from the amino acid, glycine, was selected for psychopharmacological studies in mice on the basis of its chemical and structural similarity with phenytoin. The first step of this study was to define the LD 50, which determined the doses of 50, 100 and 200 mg/kg for subsequent tests. The results obtained from the behavioral screening indicated that IM-3 produces decreased ambulation and analgesia in mice. Motor coordination and anxiety behavior were not affected by treatment with IM-3, as observed in the rotarod and elevated plus-maze tests, respectively. Regarding its antinociceptive properties, IM-3 showed efficacy in the acetic acid-induced writhing test by increasing the latency of the first writhe and reducing the number of writhes, as well as reducing the paw licking time in the second phase of the formalin test. The behavior of treated animals exposed to the hot plate test, however, did not differ from that of the control group. These data suggest that IM-3 has antinociceptive effects in mice, which is probably mediated by anti-inflammatory mechanisms.
Esquizofrenia: uma revis?o
Silva, Regina Cláudia Barbosa da;
Psicologia USP , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-65642006000400014
Abstract: the current definition of schizophrenia indicates that it is a term reserved for idiopathic cases of chronic psychosis. it may prove to be a cluster of different illnesses, with similar and overlapping symptoms. schizophrenia is of multifactorial origin. both genetic and environmental factors have been associated with an increased risk for schizophrenia. this paper is a review of some aspects of the history, symptoms, treatments and experimental models of schizophrenia.
Cryptococcus gattii molecular type VGII as agent of meningitis in a healthy child in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: report of an autochthonous case
Pinto Junior, Vitor Laerte;Pone, Marcos Vinicius da Silva;Pone, Sheila Moura;Campos, Jo?o Maurício Scarpellini;Garrido, José Roberto Pereira;Barros, Ana Cláudia Mamede Wiering de;Trilles, Luciana;Barbosa, Gláucia Gon?alves;Morales, Bernardina Penarrieta;Bezerra, Cláudia de Carvalho Falci;Lazéra, Márcia dos Santos;
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0037-86822010000600032
Abstract: cryptococcus gattii causes meningoencephalitis in immunocompetent hosts, occurring endemically in some tropical and subtropical regions. recently, this fungus was involved in an outbreak in vancouver island and british columbia (canada). in this temperate region, the vgii type is predominant. the paper describes an autochthonous case of meningoencephalitis by c. gattii vgii in a previously health child in rio de janeiro, considered nonendemic region of brazil. the fungus was identified by biochemical tests and the molecular type was determined by ura5-rflp. the present report highlights the need for clinical vigilance for primary cryptococcal meningitis in nonendemic areas.
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