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"Petit suisse" cheese from kefir: an alternative dessert with microorganisms of probiotic activity
Santos, Thanise Sabrina Souza;Martins, Joice de Fátima Laureano;Rocha, Daniela Mayumi Usuda Prado;Moreira, Ana Vládia Bandeira;
Ciência e Tecnologia de Alimentos , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-20612012005000069
Abstract: "petit suisse" is a creamy cheese. kefir is a symbiotic mixture of lactic acid bacteria and yeasts with probiotic activity including immunomodulation and balance of intestinal microflora. the present study aims to develop "petit suisse" cheese from kefir. kefir grains were grown in pasteurized cow milk, and after the separation of kefir the serum was discarded and the "petit suisse" cheese was prepared using strawberry, mangaba, herbs, and dried tomatoes. the acceptance of the different preparations was evaluated using a nine-point hedonic scale followed by anova. the sweet and salty products were compared by the student's t-test. purchase intent was evaluated by the means test and frequency distribution. all products were well accepted by the judges. the product was characterized by low yield, but it can be prepared at home at low cost. the nutritional composition analyses and the variety of flavors as well as the range of age of the judges are alternatives for further studies.
Os estrangeirismos da área da informática no Aurélio XXI
Waldenice Moreira Cano,Daniela de Faria Prado
Alfa : Revista de Linguística , 2006,
Abstract: Este trabalho objetiva refletir sobre as inser es de estrangeirismos da área da Informática oriundos do inglês e registrados no Dicionário Aurélio XXI. Após a coleta e análise das cento e vinte e duas unidades marcadas, verificamos que faltam critérios confiáveis para a inser o dessas unidades no dicionário em quest o.
Clinical and ethical orientations in case of accidental ingestion of foreign body during dental treatment
Rhonan Ferreira da Silva,Felippe Bevilacqua Prado,Cláudia Daniela Moreira Portilho,Rhodolfo Ferreira da Silva
RSBO , 2010,
Abstract: Introduction:The passage of foreign bodies through the oropharynx during dental treatment is an accident that can be avoided in most cases,especially when the dentist adopts preventive measures such as using rubber dam or tying certain objects with dental floss. Objective:To emphasize the importance of avoiding the accident of ingesting foreign bodies during dental treatment and to guide the dentist on how to proceed,clinically and ethically, if the accident occurs.Case report:A minor female patient, unaccompanied,accidentally ingested a bur used for finishing a composite resin restoration during a dental treatment performed in the public service, due to a defect in the high-speed handpiece.The patient and their parents were informed of the accident,and the object was monitored radiographically until its elimination by natural means,with no reports of discomfort.Conclusion:It is the responsibility of the dentist to know and follow the necessary measures to avoid or solve complications from ingesting foreign bodies, since patient’s health and integrity must be protected. In addition, the dentist will also avoid possible ethical and legal demands when fulfilling his responsibilities as a health care professional.
Importance of the information provided to patient before, during, and after endodontic treatment considering the Consumer’s Defense Code
Rhonan Ferreira da Silva,Loíse Barbieri,Cláudia Daniela Moreira Portilho,Mauro Machado do Prado
RSBO , 2010,
Abstract: Introduction: The Consumer’s Defense Code was published twenty-years ago and must be properly understood by all service providers, including those of health care area. In this code, the rights and obligations established for each side (professional and patient) are listed in its contents. Besides that, the legal aspects related to the supply, implementation, delivery, and warranty of products and services offered by dental practice must be obligatorily observed to avoid problems in consumer relations. Objective: Since the endodontist can be ethically and/or legally demanded due to patient’s lack of information about the endodontic treatment performed, this paper aims to discuss, through a literature review, the dentist’s legal responsibility especially considering the Consumer’s Defense Code. Conclusions: The clinician’s responsibility when performing endodontic procedures is demanded at all phases of treatment, even at a certain period after the completion of clinical procedures. Therefore, the clinician should be cautious about establishing a comprehensive treatment planning; employing an Informed and Clarified Consent form; either referring the patient or executing the final rehabilitation as soon as possible; and also determining a follow-up criterion of the cases judged necessary, establishing a follow-up appointment frequency and the necessity of radiographic evaluation.
Retinopatia diabética: estudo de uma associa??o de diabéticos
Ramos, Sílvia Regina;Sabbag, Fábio Prado;Busato, Daniela;Miranda, André Basso;Moreira Júnior, Carlos Augusto;
Arquivos Brasileiros de Oftalmologia , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-27491999000600015
Abstract: purpose: to evaluate the prevalence of diabetic retinopathy (dr) in a diabetic association, as well the level of knowledge about the entity among patients. methods: this study included 46 patients, at random, from a diabetic association that answered questions about dr and previous ophthalmoscopic examination. then, they were submitted to indirect ophthalmoscopic evaluation. results: among type 1 diabetic patients, the study found 44.44% of patients with dr and one case of proliferative retinopathy; among type 2, 24.3% of pacients with dr; 65.22% of the total had never been submitted to ophthalmoscopic examination, although 80.43% had already received some information about dr. conclusions: this study shows that there is low coverage of preventive and detection examinations for dr in this diabetic association, which contrasts with the acceptable level of the patients knowledge, besides being an association directed only to diabetic patients.
Legal analysis of the instructions for use information in the K-Files packages
Rhonan Ferreira da SILVA,Mauro Machado do PRADO,Henrique César Mar?al de OLIVEIRA,Cláudia Daniela Moreira PORTILHO
RSBO , 2010,
Abstract: Introduction: Anvisa classifies endodontic files as medical products and, therefore, all commercial trademarks sold in Brazil must have an adequate registration. To achieve this registration, several information on the product should be available to consumers (dentists) in order to allow its proper use and to avoid possible accidents. Objective: To examine whether the information set forth in endodontic K-Files packages, labels and instructions for use are in accordance with current legislation, especially those established by Anvisa and the Consumer’s Defense Code (CDC). Material and methods: 29 retail dental centers were visited and 11 samples of different commercial trademarks of K-Files first series (15-40) were obtained, and the information available on them was submitted to an analysis based on legal orders. Results:In all trademarks, there was no information available on how to use the product and on the means of storing the files before/after use. Only SybronEndo trademark warned about the risks of using the files and reported criteria of number of use and disposal. Only Mani trademark adequately informed on how to sterilize. Conclusion: It was verified that certain rules established by Anvisa and CDC are being disregarded concerning the display of certain necessary and required information that should be included on labels, instructions for use or K-Files commercial packages. Considering the large amount of information that must be available for the proper use of endodontic files, it is important that they are displayed preferably by means of instructions for use in the commercial package to be acquired by dentists.
Estudo comparativo entre a aplica??o de crioterapia, cinesioterapia e ondas curtas no tratamento da osteoartrite de joelho
Silva, Adriana Lucia Pastore;Imoto, Daniela Mayumi;Croci, Alberto Tesconi;
Acta Ortopédica Brasileira , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-78522007000400006
Abstract: osteoarthritis is the most prevalent form of joint disease. physical agents such as ice and heat can fight the pain process, when correctly indicated and used. the objective of this study was to compare physiotherapy protocols involving the use of exercise, cryotherapy and short waves in individuals with knee osteoarthritis. in a prospective randomized study, 25 individuals were treated (25 knees), with ages ranging from 58 to 78 years. group a: exercise and short-waves (n=9). group b: exercise and ice (n=6). group c: exercise alone (control) (n=9). analyzed variables were: subjective perception of pain (borg), functional quality (lequesne), range of motion, flexibility and muscular strength. pain significantly improved only for group b, with positive functional quality and flexibility in all groups. the improvement in range of motion was similar for groups b and c. flexion strength was maintained for groups a and b, and strength gain for individuals in group c. in the extensors muscles, strength gain was seen in groups b and c, while strength loss was reported for group a. the best protocol was that one involving cryotherapy and exercises for pain relief. all groups showed improved functional quality; no correlation was found for range of motion gain, flexibility and strength gain associated with thermotherapy.
Estudo de distribui??o e morfologia dos melanócitos em pele com e sem exposi??o solar
Takano, Daniela Mayumi;Lima, Maria do Carmo Abreu e;
Jornal Brasileiro de Patologia e Medicina Laboratorial , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1676-24442010000100006
Abstract: introduction and objectives: it is believed that sun exposure can change the number, distribution and morphology of melanocytes in human skin, which often hinders the interpretation of skin biopsies, mainly as to diagnosis of initial melanocytic lesions and accurate assessment of resection margins. our objective was to evaluate melanocytes in sun-exposed and non-exposed skin. methods: it was conducted the histological analysis of 60 skin biopsy samples resected from cadaver forearm (sun-exposed skin) and cadaver buttock (non-exposed skin) from the death verification service (servi?o de verifica??o de óbitos) of recife, state of pernambuco. the statistical analysis was performed with spss windows version 12.0. results: there was considerable variability in melanocyte density, with a higher concentration of these cells in sun-exposed areas (p < 0.001). there was also an irregular distribution of melanocytes along the epidermal basal layer, occasionally with cells arranged side by side. this confluence was identified with a higher frequency in sun-exposed areas (p = 0.035) and did not exceed more than 4 adjacent melanocytes. cytological atypia was found in 40% of sun-exposed skin samples and was absent in non-exposed areas. neither nests of melanocytes nor pagetoid spread was observed. conclusion: there is a great variability in the density, distribution and morphology of melanocytes in human skin, mostly in sun-exposed areas. comment: the presence of cytological atypia and cell confluence should not be used as isolated criteria for the definition of a neoplastic lesion
Changes in Japanese Nurses’ Awareness of Patient Interactions Following a Japanese Tea Ceremony  [PDF]
Mayumi Uno
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2017.77058
Abstract: This study provided foundational data for use in nursing interventional methods for improving nurse-patient relationships. This was a descriptive study on the effectiveness of a Japanese tea ceremony (in Japanese: chado) intervention for improving nurse-patient relationships. I conducted a Japanese tea ceremony and examined changes in nurses’ awareness regarding interactions with patients after this intervention. The tea ceremonies were conducted with the cooperation of an Urasenke tea ceremony lecturer. A quiet environment with chairs and tables was provided for all participants while they provided written answers to a descriptive survey, which was administered before and after the intervention; they required approximately 20 min to complete the survey. The mean length of each nurse’s description was 800 characters. The tea ceremony was effective in bringing about definite changes in nurses’ awareness concerning interactions with patients. This study is useful in that it suggests how nurses can maintain good interpersonal relationships with patients.
Contracep??o em usuárias dos setores público e privado de saúde
Prado, Daniela Siqueira;Santos, Danielle Loyola;
Revista Brasileira de Ginecologia e Obstetrícia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-72032011000700005
Abstract: purpose: to determine the main contraceptive methods adopted by users of the public and private health sectors in the city of aracaju (se), brazil, with a secondary focus on orientations for their use and reasons for interruption. methods: a cross-sectional study was conducted on 210 women, 110 from the public service and 100 from the private sector. the data were collected by applying a questionnaire to sexually active patients who agreed to sign a consent form. the software statistical package for social sciences (spss) version 15.0 was used for statistical analysis, with the test for categorical variables and the student's t-test for independent samples. results: the overall prevalence of contraceptive use in this study was 83.3%. the main methods used in the public and private sectors, were the hormonal (41 and 24%, p=0.008) and permanent (20 and 26%, p=0.1) ones, respectively. the rate of condom use was 17.3% in the public sector and 12% in the private sector, with no significant difference (p=0.12). medical orientation about the correct use of the method chosen and/or indicated was provided to 37.3% of users from the public sector and to 48% of users from the private sector. discontinuation of the use of contraceptive methods was 14.5% in the public sector and 12.0% in the private sector, mainly because of side effects and the desire to become pregnant. conclusions: the main contraceptive methods adopted by users of the public and private sectors were hormonal contraception and permanent contraception. it is important to highlights the low frequency of use of male condoms in the two groups studied.
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