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Estudo das medidas p?ndero-estaturais em crian?as adenotonsilectomizadas
Fernandes, Alexandre Augusto;Alcantara, Thiago Alves;D'ávila, Daniel Vasconcelos;D'ávila, Jeferson Sampaio;
Revista Brasileira de Otorrinolaringologia , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-72992008000300013
Abstract: the daily clinical observation of weight-height growth delays in children with obstructive hypertrophy of the pharyngeal and palatine tonsils is a workaday practice in pediatric otorhinolaryngology, and the surgical correction of this condition, when properly done in time, through adenotonsillectomy, can lead to a "catch up growth". aim: to investigate the real weight-height gain present in this population when they are surgically treated. materials and methods: through a clinical prospective study, two groups of children carrying pharyngopalatine hypertrophy were followed up: group 1 was submitted to surgical intervention, and group 2 was not. all patients underwent standardization of anthropometrical measurements (weight and height), including their age-related percentiles, in the beginning and at the end of 06 (six) months. results: while group 1 increased its height average in relation to the initial average in 6.66cm, the control group increased its average in 1.9cm (p=0.0004). in relation to weight, group 1 increased 2150g in average, while group 2 presented an average increase of 690g (p=0.0010). conclusions: the children that underwent adenotonsillectomy acquired a higher weight-height growth potential in relation to those children who were not operated.
Aportes teórico-metodológicos para o estudo de redes transnacionais de líderes pentecostais e carismáticos
Alves, Daniel;
Horizontes Antropológicos , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-71832012000100003
Abstract: the present article aims to provide theoretical and methodological basis to the concept of network applied to the study of pentecostalism. therefore, i will describe synthetically the research methods associated to network studies and their recent developments. in a first moment, along the 50' and the 60', it was unfolded an empirical approach based on description and analysis of observable relations on a limited territory. currently, dialogues with history of science, philosophy and geography allow us to rethink networks in a wide-range scope, as a privileged locus in which we can study syncretism and new forms of territoriality. the analysis of transnational religious processes at southern latin america could be improved by the theoretical anchorage offered by these discussions.
O budismo no Brasil
Alves Daniel
Horizontes Antropológicos , 2003,
Conectado pelo Espírito: redes de contato e influência entre líderes carismáticos e pentecostais ao sul da América Latina (Connected by the spirit: networks of contact and influence among pentecostal and charismatic leaders in southern Latin America)
Daniel Alves
Horizonte : Revista de Estudos de Teologia e Ciências da Religi?o , 2011, DOI: 10.5752/2409
A identidade budista em diálogo com a diversidade religiosa
Daniel Alves
Religi?o & Sociedade , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/s0100-85872010000100011
Será possível estudar a I República sem se afirmar contra ou a favor?
Daniel Alves
Rela??es Internacionais (R:I) , 2012,
Períodos de interferência de maria-pretinha sobre tomateiro industrial
Hernandez, Daniel D;Alves, Pedro Luís CA;Pavani, Maria do Carmo MD;Parreira, Mariana C;
Horticultura Brasileira , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-05362007000200014
Abstract: in order to evaluate the effects of nightshade coexistence on processing tomato yield, hybrid heinz 9992, an experiment was carried out consisting of two sets of treatments: in the first set, the crop was kept weed free (60 thousands plants ha-1) from transplanting to 15; 30; 45; 60; 75; 90; 105 days and 120 (harvest) days after transplanting (dat); while in the second set, the crop was kept in competition with the nightshade from transplanting until the same dat described for the set of treatments. a randomized block design trial, with three replications and four-row plots was used. height, leaf area, and aerial part dry matter of nightshade was obtained out of 10-plant samples. nightshade leaf area increased until 75 days of tomato coexistence (1,588 dm2 plant-1); height until 60 days of coexistence (85 cm), and the leaf dry biomass until 120 days of coexistence (31.7 g plant-1). the highest (108.6 tons ha-1 or 87.6 % of total production) and lowest (14.2 tons ha-1 or 59%) ripe tomato yields were observed when the coexistence between tomato and nightshade occurred only in the first 15 days or in the whole crop cycle, respectively. in these treatments, the average ripe fruit weights were 58.7 and 38.0 g, respectively. each cm2 of increase in the nightshade leaf area caused a reduction of 0.04 tons ha-1 (r2 = 0.90) on the ripe tomato yield; each cm of increase in the nightshade height reduced the ripe tomato yield in 0.82 tons ha-1 (r2=0.78); and each gram of increase in the nightshade aerial part dry matter reduced the ripe tomato yield in 2.84 tons ha-1 (r2=0.97). the period before interference, allowing up to 5% reduction in tomato yield, was 27 dat; the total period for preventing interference was 46 dat; and the critical period for preventing interference was between 27 and 46 dat.
On the Performance of Secure Full-Duplex Relaying under Composite Fading Channels
Hirley Alves,Glauber Brante,Richard D. Souza,Daniel B. da Costa,Matti Latva-aho
Mathematics , 2014, DOI: 10.1109/LSP.2014.2374994
Abstract: We assume a full-duplex (FD) cooperative network subject to hostile attacks and undergoing composite fading channels. We focus on two scenarios: \textit{a)} the transmitter has full CSI, for which we derive closed-form expressions for the \textit{average secrecy rate}; and \textit{b)} the transmitter only knows the CSI of the legitimate nodes, for which we obtain closed-form expressions for the \textit{secrecy outage probability}. We show that secure FD relaying is feasible, even under strong self-interference and in the presence of sophisticated multiple antenna eavesdropper.
Mental disorders and sociodemographic variables in pop-ulation assisted by the Family Health Program in Brazil  [PDF]
Daniel Maffasioli Gon?alves, Suzi Camey
Open Journal of Psychiatry (OJPsych) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojpsych.2013.31006

Objectives: This paper aims to estimate the associations between common mental disorders (CMD) as well as cases of alcohol abuse/dependence (ADD) with sociodemographic variables in population assisted by Family Health Program (FHP) in Santa Cruz do Sul, Southern Brazil. Methods: All residents over 14 years of age from 3 areas assisted by the FHP were invited to participate between 10 February 2006 to 10 February 2007. Results: Of 2921 participants, the prevalence estimates of suspected cases of CMD and ADD were 29.93% and 12.07%, respectively. Female, unfavorable employment situation, low schooling and low income showed a positive and independent association with CMD. Male, unfavorable employment situation and CMD showed an independent association with ADD. Conclusions: Groups with unfavorable socioeconomic conditions present the highest risk and should be taken into account when planning public mental health policies.

A2 Noradrenergic Lesions Prevent Renal Sympathoinhibition Induced by Hypernatremia in Rats
Gustavo Rodrigues Pedrino, André Henrique Freiria-Oliveira, Débora Sim?es Almeida Colombari, Daniel Alves Rosa, Sergio Luiz Cravo
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0037587
Abstract: Renal vasodilation and sympathoinhibition are recognized responses induced by hypernatremia, but the central neural pathways underlying such responses are not yet entirely understood. Several findings suggest that A2 noradrenergic neurons, which are found in the nucleus of the solitary tract (NTS), play a role in the pathways that contribute to body fluid homeostasis and cardiovascular regulation. The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of selective lesions of A2 neurons on the renal vasodilation and sympathoinhibition induced by hypertonic saline (HS) infusion. Male Wistar rats (280–350 g) received an injection into the NTS of anti-dopamine-beta-hydroxylase-saporin (A2 lesion; 6.3 ng in 60 nl; n = 6) or free saporin (sham; 1.3 ng in 60 nl; n = 7). Two weeks later, the rats were anesthetized (urethane 1.2 g?kg?1 b.wt., i.v.) and the blood pressure, renal blood flow (RBF), renal vascular conductance (RVC) and renal sympathetic nerve activity (RSNA) were recorded. In sham rats, the HS infusion (3 M NaCl, 1.8 ml?kg?1 b.wt., i.v.) induced transient hypertension (peak at 10 min after HS; 9±2.7 mmHg) and increases in the RBF and RVC (141±7.9% and 140±7.9% of baseline at 60 min after HS, respectively). HS infusion also decreased the RSNA (?45±5.0% at 10 min after HS) throughout the experimental period. In the A2-lesioned rats, the HS infusion induced transient hypertension (6±1.4 mmHg at 10 min after HS), as well as increased RBF and RVC (133±5.2% and 134±6.9% of baseline at 60 min after HS, respectively). However, in these rats, the HS failed to reduce the RSNA (115±3.1% at 10 min after HS). The extent of the catecholaminergic lesions was confirmed by immunocytochemistry. These results suggest that A2 noradrenergic neurons are components of the neural pathways regulating the composition of the extracellular fluid compartment and are selectively involved in hypernatremia-induced sympathoinhibition.
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