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Al?a da artéria pulmonar: relato de dois casos e revis?o da literatura
Santana, Pablo Rydz Pinheiro;Irion, Klaus Loureiro;Escuissato, Dante Luiz;Porto, Nelson da Silva;Fisher, Gilberto Bueno;Mocelin, Helena Terezinha;Marchiori, Edson;Mazer, Sérgio;
Radiologia Brasileira , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-39842005000400014
Abstract: the authors report two cases of pulmonary artery sling diagnosed by three-dimensional reconstruction of images of the tracheobronchial tree and the esophagus acquired using magnetic resonance imaging or helical computer tomography. the typical clinical findings of this congenital abnormality, which may not be as rare as previously believed, include those related to severe tracheobronchial obstruction, although asymptomatic or mild symptomatic cases have been reported. early diagnosis of this anomaly is extremely important, since in most cases immediate surgical correction is indicated due to its high lethality. the use of three-dimensional reconstruction allows simultaneous identification of the associated tracheobronchial and cardiovascular malformations, in addition to a clear visualization of the anomaly. thus, the diagnosis can usually be established non-invasively, avoiding the use of the selective angiocardiography, considered the gold-standard.
Complica es infecciosas pulmonares após transplante de medula óssea - avalia o por tomografia computadorizada de alta resolu o
Escuissato Dante Luiz
Radiologia Brasileira , 2006,
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Doen as pulmonares difusas e TCAR: os limites do radiologista Diffuse lung diseases and HRCT: limitations of radiologists
Dante Luiz Escuissato
Jornal Brasileiro de Pneumologia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/s1806-37132010000100003
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An Integrated Approach for Process Control Valves Diagnosis Using Fuzzy Logic  [PDF]
Alvaro Luiz G. Carneiro, Almir C. S. Porto Jr.
World Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology (WJNST) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/wjnst.2014.43019
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Control valves are widely used in industry to control fluid flow in several applications. In nuclear power systems they are crucial for the safe operation of plants. Therefore, the necessity of improvements in monitoring and diagnosis methods started to be of extreme relevance, establishing as main goal of the reliability and readiness of the system components. The main focus of this work is to study the development of a model of non-intrusive monitoring and diagnosis applied to process control valves using artificial intelligence by fuzzy logic technique, contributing to the development of predictive methodologies identifying faults in incipient state. Specially in nuclear power plants, the predictive maintenance contributes to the security factor in order to diagnose in advance the occurrence of a possible failure, preventing severs situations. The control valve analyzed belongs to a steam plant which simulates the secondary circuit of a PWR—Pressurized Water Reactor. The maintenance programs are being implemented based on the ability to diagnose modes of degradation and to take measures to prevent incipient failures, improving plant reliability and reducing maintenance costs. The approach described in this paper represents an alternative departure from the conventional qualitative techniques of system analysis. The methodology used in this project is based on signatures analysis, considering the pressure (psi) in the actuator and the stem displacement (mm) of the valve. Once the measurements baseline of the control valve is taken, it is possible to detect long-term deviations during valve lifetime, detecting in advance valve failures. This study makes use of MATLAB language through the “fuzzy logic toolbox” which uses the method of inference “Mamdani”, acting by fuzzy conjunction, through Triangular Norms (t-norm) and Triangular Conorms (t-conorm). The main goal is to obtain more detailed information contained in the measured data, correlating them to failure situations in the incipient stage.
Elementos tra?o na água e em vísceras de peixes da Bacia Hidrográfica Butuí-Icamaqu?, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil
Porto, Luiz Carlos Santos;Ethur, Eduardo Miranda;
Ciência Rural , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84782009005000213
Abstract: heavy metals, also called trace elements, may be essential to the metabolism of living organisms, and at the same time, depending on their concentrations, highly toxic. with the objective to investigate the toxicity of water of the butuí-icamaqu? rivers basin on the border west of rio grande do sul, were analyzed by atomic absorption spectrophotometer, the contents of aluminum, cadmium, chromium, copper, lead, manganese, nickel and zinc in abdominal viscera of fish, collected between june 2007 and february 2008, at selected points in butuí, icamaqu? and uruguai rivers. aluminum, cadmium, manganese and nickel were above the levels considered safe for human consumption and levels near the legal limit were found for chrome and copper. the simultaneous analysis of water samples collected in the same locations showed levels above the legal limits of bromine, chromate, copper, cyanide, lead, manganese, phenols, phosphate and sulfate. these elements, in such concentrations in water and in fish, may compromise the ecosystem or pose risks to human health.
Effects of a 12-Week Systematized Yoga Intervention on Health-Related Physical Fitness in Healthy Adults  [PDF]
Juliana Costa Shiraishi, André Bonadias Gadelha, Lídia Mara Aguiar Bezerra, Luiz Guilherme Grossi Porto
Advances in Physical Education (APE) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ape.2017.71003
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Regular physical activity has been shown to improve overall physical fitness. The long-term adherence to physical activity is a big challenge for health maintenance; so, pleasure activities, as Hatha Yoga (yoga), may represent a good alternative on both individual and public contexts. Yoga is an ancient activity designated to both health and unhealthy individuals. It integrates physical, mental, and spiritual components and may improve aspects of health. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the effects of a 12-week systematized yoga intervention on health-related physical fitness components assessed by body mass, body mass index (BMI), waist circumference (WC), relative body fat, abdominal endurance, upper body endurance, hamstring flexibility, and cardiorespiratory fitness. The study was performed at University of Brasília, Faculty of Physical Education, Distrito Federal, Brazil. Twenty-five young healthy yoga novices (22.36 ± 2.40 years), both gender, volunteered to participate in this study. The intervention was based on 50 minutes yoga class, twice a week for 12 weeks, involving physical poses, meditation, and relaxation. Measurements were performed one week prior to and one week after the yoga intervention. Collecting data included age, gender, height, body mass, body fat estimates and physical fitness tests. Body fat percentage was determinated by the measure of skinfolds at seven sites. Muscle strength/endurance was evaluated by push-up and sit-up tests. Hamstring flexibility was assessed using sit-and-reach test protocol. The 12-minutes Cooper test was performed to estimate cardiorespiratory fitness. Participants that attended at least 75% of the total sessions were included in the study results. The results showed 1.3 (1.0 - 4.0) cm decrease in WC and 0.7 (0.9 - 1.5) decrease in body fat percentage, and 7.8 (2.0 - 5.0) cm increase in hamstring flexibility and 3.0 (1.0 - 4.0) in abdominal endurance, after the yoga intervention (p < 0.01). In conclusion, the present study found that a 12-week yoga program improved physical fitness in young healthy subjects.
A arara-azul-de-Lear, Anodorhynchus leari Bonaparte, 1856
Sick, Helmut;Gonzaga, Luiz Pedreira;Teixeira, Dante Martins;
Revista Brasileira de Zoologia , 1986, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-81751986000300004
Abstract: the case of the indigo, or lear's macaw, anodorhynchus leari, is unique in south american ornithology. the species, although described more than 100 years ago, was known only through very few living specimens, which entered occasionally the bird trade, without any indication of their origins. it was presumed "probably some part of brazil" (salvadori, 1891). the last speculation was that it was unlikely, though not impossible, that the indigo macaw might not be an independem species, but rather, a hybrid between the two other well known blue macaws, anodorhynchus hyacinthinus and a. glaucus (voous, 1965).
Gest o integrada de resíduos sólidos para institui es públicas de ensino superior
Dante Luiz Juliatto,Milena Juarez Calvo,Thaianna Elpídio Cardoso
Revista Gest?o Universitária na América Latina : Revista GUAL , 2011, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/1983-4535.2011v4n3p170
Abstract: Este texto apresenta uma discuss o a respeito da problemática resíduos sólidos frente à recente Lei Federal 12.305/2010, quanto à proposta de instrumentos para a gest o em Institui es Públicas e como tem se dado este enfrentamento em Universidades Públicas e órg os de sua administra o. Tem-se como objetivo a proposta de uma sistematiza o de procedimentos integrados, a partir de uma vis o complexa desta realidade específica. A realiza o do estudo de caso na Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina culmina para consolida o de um modelo de gest o, que venha ajustar às legisla es vigentes, possibilitando a sua adapta o à cultura da sustentabilidade. Para isto, aborda-se o papel fundamental das universidades como laboratório de idéias na constante busca por solu es, aliada às demais leis para o desenvolvimento sustentável.
Bacterial pneumonia following bone marrow transplantation: HRCT findings
Coelho, Luiz Otávio de Mattos;Gasparetto, Taísa Davaus;Escuissato, Dante Luiz;
Jornal Brasileiro de Pneumologia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1806-37132009000500007
Abstract: objective: to describe hrct findings in patients with bacterial pneumonia following bone marrow transplantation (bmt). methods: this was a retrospective study involving 30 patients diagnosed with bacterial pneumonia in whom hrct of the chest was performed within 24 h after the onset of symptoms and the diagnosis was confirmed, based on a positive culture of sputum or bronchial aspirate, together with a positive pleural fluid or blood culture, within one week after symptom onset. there were 20 male patients and 10 female patients. the median age was 21 years (range, 1-41 years). the bmt had been performed for the treatment of the following: chronic myeloid leukemia, in 14 cases; severe aplastic anemia, in 6; acute myeloid leukemia, in 4; fanconi's anemia, in 3; and acute lymphocytic leukemia, in 3. two radiologists analyzed the hrct scans and reached their final decisions by consensus. results: the most common hrct findings were air-space consolidation (in 60%), small centrilobular nodules (in 50%), ground-glass opacities (in 40%), bronchial wall thickening (in 20%), large nodules (in 20%), pleural lesions (in 16.7%) and tree-in-bud opacities (in 10%). the pulmonary lesions were distributed in the central and peripheral areas in 15 patients, whereas they were exclusively peripheral in 11. lesions were located in the lower and middle lobes of the lung in 22 and 20 patients, respectively. conclusions: the most common hrct findings in our patient sample were air-space consolidation, small centrilobular nodules and ground-glass opacities, most often in the central and peripheral regions of the middle and lower lung zones.
Linfangite carcinomatosa pulmonar como manifesta??o inicial de adenocarcinoma de ovário
Martynychen, Mariane Gon?alves;Rabelo, Lêda Maria;Silva, Rodney Luiz Frare e;Escuissato, Dante Luiz;
Jornal Brasileiro de Pneumologia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1806-37132007000500018
Abstract: carcinomatous lymphangitis accounts for approximately 8% of all cases of metastatic pulmonary tumors. the most common primary sites are breast, lung, stomach, prostate and pancreas. we describe herein the case of a 42-year-old woman in whom the first manifestation of an ovarian adenocarcinoma was carcinomatous lymphangitis of the lung, an unusual presentation of the disease.
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