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Uso profilático de Mupirocina em cateter venoso central de hemodiálise: revis?o sistemática e metanálise
Taminato, M?nica;Fram, Dayana Souza;Grothe, Cibele;Belasco, Angélica Gon?alves Silva;Barbosa, Dulce Aparecida;
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-21002012000100022
Abstract: objective: to evaluate the impact of the use of topical mupirocin on the insertion of central venous catheter for hemodialysis. methods: this was a systematic review with meta-analysis. results: after a careful and extensive search, we included three clinical trials that compared the use of mupirocin versus other intervention in central venous catheter for hemodialysis. conclusion: the study found that the use of topical mupirocin is effective in reducing episodes of infection among hemodialysis patients, increasing duration time for catheter, and significantly reducing s aureus infections, which are the most prevalent in this population.
Incidence of bloodstream infection among patients on hemodialysis by central venous catheter
Grothe, Cibele;Belasco, Angélica Gon?alves da Silva;Bittencourt, Ana Rita de Cássia;Vianna, Lucila Amaral Carneiro;Sesso, Ricardo de Castro Cintra;Barbosa, Dulce Aparecida;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692010000100012
Abstract: this study evaluated the incidence and risk factors of bloodstream infection (bsi) among patients with a double-lumen central venous catheter (cvc) for hemodialysis (hd) and identified the microorganisms isolated from the bloodstream. a follow-up included all patients (n=156) who underwent hemodialysis by double-lumen cvc at the federal university of s?o paulo - unifesp, brazil, over a one-year period. from the group of patients, 94 presented bsi, of whom 39 had positive cultures at the central venous catheter insertion location. of the 128 microorganisms isolated from the bloodstream, 53 were s. aureus, 30 were methicillin-sensitive and 23 were methicillin-resistant. complications related to bsi included 35 cases of septicemia and 27 cases of endocarditis, of which 15 cases progressed to death. the incidence of bsi among these patients was shown to be very high, and this bsi progressed rapidly to the condition of severe infection with a high mortality rate.
Marcas de Preda o ou Necrofagia em Stahleckeria potens Huene, 1935 (Synapsida: Dicynodontia)
Cibele Schwanke
Anuário do Instituto de Geociências , 2007,
Abstract: O estabelecimento dos níveis de intera esentre tetrápodes extintos baseia-se, sobretudo, eminferências obtidas por meio da análise morfológicae funcional de ossos e dentes fósseis, quepermitem a determina o de hábitos alimentarescom certa seguran a. Informa es adicionaiss o obtidas com a análise de material icnológicoque, em muitos casos, corrobora as interpreta essubstanciadas a partir do estudo de restos fósseis.Foram observadas inúmeras marcas em ossospós-cranianos de Stahleckeria potens Huene,1935 depositados no Museu de Ciências da Terra(DNPM/RJ). Os espécimes foram coletados entreos anos de 1928-1930 em níveis mesotriássicos daForma o Santa Maria, na localidade de Chiniquáe est o representadas por vários elementos póscranianosisolados e pertencentes a, pelo menos, trêsindivíduos. A por o direita de uma cintura pélvicapraticamente completa (DGM 157-R) apresentauma série de pequenas perfura es, sendo que asmais características localizam-se no ílio, maisprecisamente na por o basal da lamina ilíaca e nolimite dorsal do acetábulo. S o formadas por quatroperfura es regulares, rasas e dispostas linearmente.Nesta regi o, pode-se demarcar um acentuadodeslocamento ósseo decorrente de fraturamento,com a forma o de margens ósseas semicircularescom 7mm de diametro. Tais fei es s o sugestivasde ataque de carnívoros e as marcas decorrentespodem ser interpretadas como resultantes de a ode dentes que penetraram no osso e destruíram suasuperfície, sendo que a distribui o restrita dasperfura es ao longo do osso sustenta a presen a dematerial ósseo suficientemente forte e denso, capaz deresistir à press o da mordida e n o ser esmagado. Umfêmur esquerdo (DGM 155-R) também demonstradois tipos claros de marcas, mas que diferem dopadr o observado na pélvis. Nota-se vários conjuntosde perfura es distribuídos próximos à epífise distal.Cada conjunto está formado por tríades compostaspor uma pequena perfura o circular rasa, com cercade 2mm de diametro, seguida por duas perfura esde contorno elíptico a oval, com diametro superficialde aproximadamente 4mm, e profundidade c nicade 3mm. Internamente, nota-se uma diminui odo diametro e a presen a de material ósseofragmentado. Tais características s o interpretadascomo resultantes do colapso ósseo decorrente dapress o de dentes, normalmente associado a ataquesde carnívoros. Marcas adicionais est o dispostaspreferencialmente nas bordas mais proeminentesdos c ndilos distais e nas margens da diáfise e secaracterizam por um conjunto de duas a três pequenasranhuras simétricas e paralelas e interpretadas comoresultante
Ensinando o toque terapêutico: relato de uma experiência
Silva, Maria Júlia Paes da;Belasco Júnior, Domingos;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 1996, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11691996000700010
Abstract: the present study shows the experience of learning therapeutic touch (concepts and technique) lived by nurses and nursing students in brazil. the students' perception was registered when they were learning the process. the chief promoter is the nurse dolores krieger who has taught this technique at new york university for nurses as part of their master or doctoral programs. the authors verified that most part of the students increased their sensibility to perceive symptoms detectable by t.t.
Individual Property Risk Management
Michael S. Finke,Eric Belasco,Sandra J. Huston
Journal of Probability and Statistics , 2010, DOI: 10.1155/2010/805309
Abstract: This paper reviews household property risk management and estimates normatively optimal choice under theoretical assumptions. Although risk retention limits are common in the financial planning industry, estimates of optimal risk retention that include both financial and human wealth far exceed limits commonly recommended. Households appear to frame property losses differently from other wealth losses leading to wealth-reducing, excess risk transfer. Possible theoretical explanations for excess sensitivity to loss are reviewed. Differences between observed and optimal risk management imply a large potential gain from improved choice. 1. Introduction Property risk management, a fundamental aspect of individual financial planning, has perhaps been subject to the least amount of rigor. While investment management draws directly from a theoretical structure of modern portfolio theory, risk management often involves only the identification of risk exposures and products available to eliminate these exposures. A common method of ensuring consistency in choice among insurance products is to retain all risks beneath a risk retention limit; however the practice literature offers little insight into how much retention is appropriate. This paper uses expected utility theory to estimate optimal risk retention limits for households given reasonable assumptions about risk aversion, human and financial wealth, and cost of insurance. Estimated retention limits are generally much larger than limits chosen by individuals or recommended by professionals. This suggests that households are either overweighting losses in a manner consistent with Kahneman and Tversky’s [1] prospect theory or unaware of normatively efficient insurance decision making. Risky decision making involves consideration of the likelihood of expected outcomes and the consequences of each outcome on expected well being. While the profit motive of firms suggests a preference for risky decisions that have a positive net expected value, households are willing to pay a greater premium to mitigate risk. More formally, consumers make decisions that maximize expected utility (U) by sacrificing expected wealth to reduce the variance of possible outcomes. For example, a household can face possible states of nature where the likelihood of an event is generated from a distribution where is the likelihood of event occurring. Along with the probabilities associated with each state is the payout or return (R) associated with each event. In this case, we can compute the expected payout associated as If a household is
Associa o Brasileira de Enfermagem em Nefrologia: compromisso com a qualidade do exercício profissional da especialidade Asociación Brasile a de Enfermería en Nefrología: compromiso con la calidad del ejercicio profesional de la especialidad The Brazilian Association of Nephrology Nursing: striving for specialized quality professional nursing care
Dulce Aparecida Barbosa,Angélica Gon?alves Silva Belasco
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/s0103-21002009000800001
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Desafios e estratégias para a Enfermagem em Nefrologia no cenário da globaliza o Desafíos y estrategias para la Enfermería en Nefrología en el escenario de la globalización Strategies and challenges for Nursing in Nephrology within the scenery of globalization
Dulce Aparecida Barbosa,Angélica Gon?alves Silva Belasco
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/s0103-21002008000500001
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Acta Paulista de Enfermagem em suporte digital: registro de um marco na história Acta Paulista de Enfermagem en base digital: registro de un marco en la historia Acta Paulista de Enfermagem in digital format: making a mark in history
Dulce Aparecida Barbosa,Angélica Belasco,Lucila Amaral Carneiro Vianna
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/s0103-21002012000100001
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Hidden Markov models applied to a subsequence of the Xylella fastidiosa genome
Silva, Cibele Q. da;
Genetics and Molecular Biology , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-47572003000400018
Abstract: dependencies in dna sequences are frequently modeled using markov models. however, markov chains cannot account for heterogeneity that may be present in different regions of the same dna sequence. hidden markov models are more realistic than markov models since they allow for the identification of heterogeneous regions of a dna sequence. in this study we present an application of hidden markov models to a subsequence of the xylella fastidiosa dna data. we found that a three-state model provides a good description for the data considered.
Trabalho, moradia e cidade: zonas de indiferencia??o?
Rizek, Cibele Saliba;
Revista Brasileira de Ciências Sociais , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-69092012000100003
Abstract: rooted in ethnographic findings, this article wants to show that structuring forces are still present among the changes observed in the poor territories of s?o paulo, even when invisible, modulated by the mix between the processes identified as global changes and its local developments, like the impact of the so-called "chinese cost" in work relations. in a european context, the global processes may have the meaning of porosity and traffic among frontiers, international migrations, trade means crossing formal and informal poles of circulation and consumption. in the east of s?o paulo it is possible to observe other modulations of these processes. part of them have taken place with a silent and invisible transformation of urban territories, mixing the so-called "world of housing" and the "world of work."
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