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Integrality in nursing care to premature newborn interned in intensive care unit: a historical-critical-axiological reflection
Iris Lima e Silva, Eunice da Fonseca Pinto, Mira Célia Bevenuto, Heron Beresford
Revista de Enfermagem UFPE On Line , 2010,
Abstract: Objective: to carry out a critical-historical-axiological correlation, among the conceptual aspects of integrality, as a principle, and the nursing care to premature newborn interned in an Newborn Intensive Care Unity (NICU), so as to assure them an integral and humanized assistance. Methodology: an exploratory study operationalized by means of a bibliographic research was chosen to ensure the achievement of the described object, culminating with an ontognoseological or critical-historical-axiological reflection and dialectics, which presuppose a subjetive-objetive correlation in the cognoscitive act. Results: the principle of Integrality indicates that, in the nursing care to pre-term babies interned in UTINS, as complex Beings, in addition to the anatomical-physiological knowledge about the disease, other needs of a different nature than that those they present must be taken into account for the consequent practice of a good medicine. Conclusion: the historical-axiological meanings of the principle of Integrality are revealed as essential in the nursing assistance to premature newborn interned in an NICU, revealing as of essential interest and, therefore, as a value to the health of such beings.
Obstru o duodenal secundária a gastrostomia percutanea: instantaneo endoscópico
P. Pinto Marques,J. da Fonseca
Jornal Português de Gastrenterologia , 2006,
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Geographical distribution of American cutaneous leishmaniasis and its phlebotomine vectors (Diptera: Psychodidae) in the state of S?o Paulo, Brazil
Paloma Shimabukuro, Túllio da Silva, Frederico Fonseca, Luke Baton, Eunice Galati
Parasites & Vectors , 2010, DOI: 10.1186/1756-3305-3-121
Abstract: A database containing 910 individual records of sand fly occurrence in the state of S?o Paulo, from 37 different sources, was compiled. These records date from between 1943 to 2009, and describe the presence of at least one of the six incriminated or suspected sand fly vector species in 183/645 (28.4%) municipalities. For the remaining 462 (71.6%) municipalities, we were unable to locate records of any of the six incriminated or suspected sand fly vector species (Nyssomyia intermedia, N. neivai, N. whitmani, Pintomyia fischeri, P. pessoai and Migonemyia migonei). The distribution of each of the six incriminated or suspected vector species of ACL in the state of S?o Paulo were individually mapped and overlaid on the incidence of ACL for the period 1993 to 1995 and 1998 to 2007. Overall, the maps reveal that the six sand fly vector species analyzed have unique and heterogeneous, although often overlapping, distributions. Several sand fly species - Nyssomyia intermedia and N. neivai - are highly localized, while the other sand fly species - N. whitmani, M. migonei, P. fischeri and P. pessoai - are much more broadly distributed. ACL has been reported in 160/183 (87.4%) of the municipalities with records for at least one of the six incriminated or suspected sand fly vector species, while there are no records of any of these sand fly species in 318/478 (66.5%) municipalities with ACL.The maps produced in this work provide basic data on the distribution of the six incriminated or suspected sand fly vectors of ACL in the state of S?o Paulo, and highlight the complex and geographically heterogeneous pattern of ACL transmission in the region. Further studies are required to clarify the role of each of the six suspected sand fly vector species in different regions of the state of S?o Paulo, especially in the majority of municipalities where ACL is present but sand fly vectors have not yet been identified.Phlebotomine sand flies are dipteran insects and some species are vectors
The distribution and occurrence of the marine manatee (Trichechus manatus) in the estuary of the Mamanguape River, Paraíba, Brazil
Kleber Grubel da Silva,Danielle Paludo,Eunice Maria Almeida de Oliveira,Régis Pinto de Lima
Natural Resources , 2011, DOI: 10.6008/ess2237-9290.2011.002.0007
Abstract: Although the existing historical records of marine manatees in the Brazilian coast since the 17th century, few studies about this species were conducted in Brazil. Among them, the estuary of the Mamanguape River is told to be the main place of this species concentration in the northeastern coast of Brazil, but this one is suffering oppression due to the improvement of human activities which can compromise the ecosystem as a whole. In this way, this work viewed to obtain information about the marine manatee′s ecology and behavior in the estuary of the Mamanguape River, establishing seasonal modifications in its emergence, checking preferable places of occupation and detecting possible human activities which interfere in its biological cycle. With this purpose, it was developed one program for marine manatee groups in the region of Bar of Mamanguape and adjacent, by direct observation and interviews with fishers from 1988 to 1991. During the studies period, 608 monitoring visits were made to Bar of Mamanguape, totalizing 285 watching of isolated or grouped manatees and 2.185 hours of observation in fixed places. The major number of sightings happened from October to May, when the animals were seen more regularly and frequently in groups. From June to September, the animals went to that region sporadically and almost always alone. The biggest group observed was one formed by nine animals and the biggest one of registered animals at the same time was by 11 manatees. It was detected that the human activities which produce many noises in the water interfere with the animals′ behavior, scaring and dispersing the groups. Purse seines, drift and gill nets, used in the region, when closer to the groups, besides scaring away the animals, can be damaged due to the possible collisions with the marine manatees. Already the more resistant gill nets (ca oás) imply extreme danger, because can flog the animals and get them to death. It is concluded that the region of the Bar of Mamanguape is of paramount importance for the maintenance of the reproductive cycle of the marine manatee, because it is one of their most concentration in the Northeast of Brazil. Creating restrictive zones within the Area of Environmental Preservation (AEP) of the Bar of Mamanguape and ranking human activities are essential for the preservation of this species.
Distribui o e ocorrência do Peixe-Boi Marinho (Trichechus manatus) no estuário do rio Mamanguape, Paraíba, Brasil
Kleber Grubel da Silva,Danielle Paludo,Eunice Maria Almeida de Oliveira,Régis Pinto de Lima
Natural Resources , 2011, DOI: 10.6008/ess2237-9290.2011.002.0001
Abstract: Apesar da existência de registros históricos de peixe-boi marinho na costa brasileira desde o século XVII, poucos estudos sobre esta espécie foram realizados no Brasil. Entre as informa es existentes, o estuário do rio Mamanguape (PB) é relatado como sendo o principal local de concentra o da espécie no litoral nordeste do Brasil, entretanto o mesmo vem sofrendo press es para o incremento das atividades humanas que poder o comprometer o ecossistema como um todo. Desta forma, este trabalho teve como objetivo obter informa es sobre o comportamento e a ecologia do peixe-boi marinho no estuário do rio Mamanguape, estabelecendo as modifica es sazonais do seu aparecimento, determinando locais preferenciais de ocupa o e detectando possíveis atividades humanas que interferem no ciclo biológico do animal. Com esta finalidade entre 1988 a 1991 foi desenvolvido um programa de monitoramento dos grupos de peixes-bois marinhos na regi o de Barra de Mamanguape e adjacências, através da observa o direta e entrevistas com pescadores. Durante o período do estudo foram realizadas 608 saídas de monitoramento na Barra de Mamanguape, totalizando 285 avistagens de peixes-bois marinhos sozinhos ou agrupados e 2.158 horas de observa o em locais fixos. Os maiores números de avistagens foram a partir do mês de outubro até o mês de maio, quando os animais foram vistos com maior regularidade e freqüentemente em grupos. Nos meses de junho a setembro, os animais freqüentaram a regi o esporadicamente e quase sempre solitários. O maior grupo observado foi de nove animais e o maior número de animais registrado ao mesmo tempo foi de 11 peixes-bois marinhos. Constatou-se que as atividades humanas que produzem muitos ruídos na água interferem no comportamento dos animais, assustando e dispersando os grupos. As redes de cerco, de deriva e de espera, utilizadas na regi o, quando próximas aos grupos, além de espantar os animais, podem ser danificadas devido às eventuais colis es com os peixes-bois marinhos. Já as redes de espera mais resistentes (ca oas), s o de extremo perigo, pois podem malhar os animais e levá-los a óbito. Concluiu-se que a regi o da Barra de Mamanguape é de suma importancia para a manuten o do ciclo reprodutivo do peixe-boi marinho, pois é um dos locais de maior concentra o no Nordeste do Brasil. A cria o de zonas restritivas dentro da APA da Barra de Mamanguape e o ordenamento das atividades humanas s o essenciais para a preserva o desta espécie.
TóPICOS SOBRE SENSUALIDADE, SEXUALIDADE E EMANCIPA O: UM SURVEY SOBRE AS MULHERES NEGRAS.
Isabel Cristina Fonseca da Cruz,Andréia Soares Pinto
Revista Eletr?nica de Enfermagem , 2001,
Abstract: African-brazilian women have been excluded from society and research projects. This study points out the social inequality survey in Rio de Janeiro and its impact on the health status of African-brazilian woman. A survey was conducted with a population of 1.172 people and the 297 (25.3%) women compound the sample. The results revealed that 46.5% are unsatisfied with her own appearance; the majority is married, has less than a high school degree, has an income inferior than R$ 151 (US$ 75,5). We concluded that the lower socioeconomic status has its roots on racial discrimination which is a chronic and persistent stressor to the health of African-brazilian women. We suggest the further research on the responses of African-women to the health problems could help clarify the racism as a etiologic factor of many conditions.
Condi es para a saúde e o bem-estar? Inquérito sobre as mulheres negras do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
Cruz Isabel Cristina Fonseca da,Pinto Andréia Soares
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2002,
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A new Paxillus MacLeay, 1819 (Coleoptera: Passalidae: Passalinae) from the state of Amazonas, Brazil
Fonseca, Claudio Ruy Vasconcelos da;Gouveia, Fernando Bernardo Pinto;Fernandez, Maria Fernanda Souza;
Acta Amazonica , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0044-59672008000400028
Abstract: paxillus is a neotropical genus belonging to the subfamily passalinae widespread from mexico to argentina. brazil is known to harbor five species belonging to this genus with most of them presenting at head a flattened central tubercle lacking a free apex. however, one of these species, paxillus macrocerus reyes-castillo & fonseca, differs from that pattern by having a long central tubercle with a completely free apex. the present study describes and illustrates another new species, which has been found in the brazilian amazon, showing this same characteristic.
VACINAS:: PROGRESSOS E NOVOS DESAFIOS PARA O CONTROLE DE DOEN?AS IMUNOPREVENíVEIS
FONSECA PINTO,EDUARDO; MATTA,NUBIA ESTELA; DA-CRUZ,ALDA MARIA;
Acta Biológica Colombiana , 2011,
Abstract: for over 200 years, vaccination has been a very effective tool to prevent infectious diseases along with sanitation. in practical terms, it can be considered the greatest public health benefit of the twentieth century. however, vaccine development remains as a developing domain in the field of immunology and in the last decade there has been a shift towards a more rational approach in vaccination design, based on a molecular understanding of microbial pathogenesis, the use of new recombinant technologies and the development of more effective delivery systems for vaccines. this paper describes the progress in vaccine development from the first reports of vaccination practices, through the current state of vaccine development, the new vaccine strategies and the impact of vaccination in the control of preventable diseases.
Histochemical study of fibrillar proteins of the extracellular matrix in benign and malignant mammary neoplasms in dogs
Martins, Ana Maria Cristina Rabello Pinto da Fonseca;Tamaso, Elia;Guerra, José Luiz;
Brazilian Journal of Veterinary Research and Animal Science , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-95962002000100008
Abstract: the aim of the present study was to study some of the proteins that form the extracellular matrix of 54 benign and malignant mammary neoplasms in dogs, using histochemical methods: picrosirius and polarization microscopy for collagenous fibers, gordon -sweats's method for reticular fibers and weigert's fucsine-resorcine method for elastic fibers. a large variability in quantity, distribution and characteristics of the matrix components was observed in the different types of neoplasms. collagen type i, iii and elements of the elastic system had different distribution in benign and malignant neoplasms. the simple picrossirius method and under polarization enabled visualization of collagen as thick fibers irregularly distributed in the stroma of carcinomas and in a more orderly and regular fashion in benign neoplasms. a smaller amount of thin fibers was observed in an irregular and random disposition in carcinomas and in a regular disposition in benign neoplasms . under polarization, the fibers present different lengths, were yellowish or reddish and strongly birefringent, what suggested that they were collagen type i and in the middle of these fibers, other ones, pale, greenish and weakly birefringent, some of them thinner, possibly collagen type iii were observed. in the stroma of carcinoma, fibers were mostly thick, strongly birefringent, yellowish or reddish, disposed in an irregular and random fashion, mainly in the central areas. in condrometaplasic areas, both in malignant and benign neoplasms, there was a collagen population composed by thin fibers in a parallel disposition, limiting narrow regions where condrocytes were aligned. around this area, there was a collagen population formed by bundles of thick anastomosed fibers, irregularly disposed in carcinomas and orderly, in a parallel fashion in benign neoplasms. under polarization demonstrated that this population, among condrocytes, was formed by weakly birefringent fibers, pale and yellowish, what suggested
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