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Performance Comparison among Trained Judges and Panels for the Evaluation of “Cuajada” Type Fresh Cheese in Two Regions from Oaxaca in México  [PDF]
Lorena Guadalupe Ramón Canul, Emmanuel de Jesús Ramírez Rivera, Rodrigo Santiago Cabrera, Fátima Karina Delgado Vidal, José Manuel Juárez Barrientos, María Hernández Cervantes, Juliana López Velázquez, Tania Gómez Alvarado
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2011.210156
Abstract: Four “cuajada” type fresh cheeses were evaluated by two trained panels in different regions from Oaxaca in Mexico (Instituto Tecnológico de Comitancillo (ITC) and Universidad del Mar (UMAR)). Each panel was integrated by six judges. Analysis of variance (ANOVA) in conjunction with principal component analysis (PCA) and the Rv coefficient were used to identify similarities and consensus among trained judges and panels. The ANOVA results revealed that the judges from ITC performed significantly better (P < 0.05) in discrimination and repetitivity, while both panels showed a similar effect in discrimination. The PCA determined some similarities in the position of cheeses in the sensory space, while Rv revealed that judges and panels were consensual. In conclusion, statistical resources determined that both panels were discriminating and that similarities in the positioning of cheeses in the sensory space were found.
Singularidades no processo de escrita de sujeitos em estrutura o psicótica = Particularities in the process of writing in subjects with a psychotic structure
Fátima Lucília Vidal Rodrigues,Margareth Schaeffer
Linhas Críticas , 2011,
Abstract: Este artigo tem como objetivo apresentar singularidades no processo de escrita de sujeitos em estrutura o psicótica, percebidas a partir das interroga es construídas na observa o, acompanhamento e análise das produ es escritas de sujeitos que participaram de pesquisa acadêmica coordenada pelas autoras. O texto apresenta quest es e, a partir de uma abordagem ética inclusiva e psicanalítica, traz as produ es escritas nos trabalhos dos sujeitos acompanhados, as quais s o teoricamente categorizadas; Jacques Lacan é um dos principais autores que alicer am a análise teórica. This article aims to present some peculiarities of the writing process in subjects with a psychotic structure, perceived through questions based on observation, monitoring and analysis of the written productions of individuals who participated in the academic research coordinated by the authors. The paper presents some issues and, based on an inclusive, ethical and psychoanalytic approach, brings forth the theoretically categorized written productions in the works of the individuals monitored. One of the main authors underpinning the theoretical analysis is Jacques Lacan.
Lesión pulmonar inducida por la ventilación mecánica
Gordo Vidal,F.; Delgado Arnaiz,C.; Calvo Herranz,E.;
Medicina Intensiva , 2007,
Abstract: mechanical ventilation is associated with important complications, among which production or perpetuation of acute lung injury and product of distant organ injuries of the lung basically through the release of inflammatory mediators to the systemic circulation. there is increasingly greater evidence in both in vitro and in vivo experimental models that show the reality of this lesional mechanism. the main lesional mechanisms are both stretching and rupture of the lung structures (volutrauma) and cyclical opening and closure of the closed alveolar zones (atelectrauma). studies on the use of protective lung ventilation strategies have shown a beneficial effect in patients with ards of the use of open lung ventilation strategies, use of circulating volumes less than 10 ml/kg and of maintaining alveolar pressure under 30 cm of h2o. it should be investigated if these same strategies would be useful in preventing the appearance of ards in mechanically ventilated patients for another reason, basically in those with risk factors for the development of this condition.
Lesión pulmonar inducida por la ventilación mecánica Mechanical ventilation induced lung injury
F. Gordo Vidal,C. Delgado Arnaiz,E. Calvo Herranz
Medicina Intensiva , 2007,
Abstract: La ventilación mecánica se asocia con complicaciones importantes entre las que se encuentra la producción o perpetuación de lesión pulmonar aguda y la producción de lesión de órganos a distancia del pulmón mediante la liberación fundamentalmente de mediadores inflamatorios a la circulación sistémica. Existe cada vez mayor evidencia en modelos experimentales tanto in vitro como in vivo que demuestra la realidad de este mecanismo lesional. Los principales mecanismos lesionales son los fenómenos tanto de estiramiento y ruptura de estructuras pulmonares (volutrauma) como la apertura y cierre cíclico de zonas alveolares cerradas (atelectrauma). Los estudios acerca del empleo de estrategias ventilatorias protectoras del pulmón han demostrado un efecto beneficioso, en pacientes con síndrome de distrés respiratorio agudo (SDRA), del empleo de estrategias de ventilación a pulmón abierto, del empleo de volúmenes circulantes inferiores a 10 ml/kg y de mantener una presión alveolar inferior a 30 cm H2O. Se debe investigar si estas mismas estrategias serían útiles en prevenir la aparición de SDRA en pacientes ventilados mecánicamente por otro motivo, fundamentalmente en aquellos con factores de riesgo para el desarrollo de esta entidad. Mechanical ventilation is associated with important complications, among which production or perpetuation of acute lung injury and product of distant organ injuries of the lung basically through the release of inflammatory mediators to the systemic circulation. There is increasingly greater evidence in both in vitro and in vivo experimental models that show the reality of this lesional mechanism. The main lesional mechanisms are both stretching and rupture of the lung structures (volutrauma) and cyclical opening and closure of the closed alveolar zones (atelectrauma). Studies on the use of protective lung ventilation strategies have shown a beneficial effect in patients with ARDS of the use of open lung ventilation strategies, use of circulating volumes less than 10 ml/kg and of maintaining alveolar pressure under 30 cm of H2O. It should be investigated if these same strategies would be useful in preventing the appearance of ARDS in mechanically ventilated patients for another reason, basically in those with risk factors for the development of this condition.
La calidad y la seguridad de la medicina intensiva en Espa a: Algo más que palabras The quality and safety of intensive care medicine in Spain: More than just words
M.C. Martín Delgado,F. Gordo-Vidal
Medicina Intensiva , 2011,
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Bibliometric Analysis of Nursing Articles Focused on Health Education  [PDF]
Carla Monique Mourao, Ana Izabel Nicolau, Marília Marques, Ana Fátima Fernandes, Maria Josefina Silva, Ana Karina Pinheiro, Francisca Elisangela Lima, Thelma Araújo, Camila Moreira
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2014.44026
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This study aimed to analyze the references of articles with the approach to Health Education, published in Brazilian journals of nursing classified as Qualis Nursing A1 and A2. Descriptive study. Setting: SciELO library. We analyzed the references of 113 articles which were used to study the theoretical and methodological framework of bibliometrics, which aimed to promote subsidies for obtaining evaluation indicators of production, contributing to the expansion of scientific knowledge produced and disseminated among authors and researchers in nursing science. The main results showed the prevalence of article such as document most often quoted, references with 5-9 years of temporality, from Brazil and in Portuguese. The journals most frequently used were the Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem e a Revista Latino Americana de Enfermagem. Provided a vision of what is being referenced in nursing publications in Brazil, with regard to the Health Education.

Consequences of Different Hysterectomy Techniques in Sexual Behavior―A Systematic Review  [PDF]
Ana Fátima Fernandes, Ana Izabel Nicolau, Camila Vasconcelos, Pricilla Alves, Ana Karina Pinheiro, Namie Sawada, Cristina Maria Galv?o, Camila Moreira
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2014.46050
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We conducted a systematic review of the literature to determine the influence of different hysterectomy techniques in the sexual behavior of women who underwent. We searched CENTRAL (The Cochrane Library), PubMed, SCOPUS, CINAHL and LILACS for studies between the years 1998 and 2010 that prospectively examined the sexuality after hysterectomy. Those that were not randomized controlled clinical trials were excluded. It was not available electronically, it was not related with the outcomes determined, it was not research, but publications before 1998 and study which women realized chemotherapy and radiotherapy. From the 455 identified studies, 9 met inclusion criteria. There was variability in how hysterectomies influence in the sexual behavior. Most of studies considered women who underwent vaginal hysterectomy had fewer changes in sexual behavior. Sexual desire, intercourse frequency and orgasm are the sexual aspects reported by women as more changes experimented after surgery. Findings from this study have implications for healthcare providers and policymakers. Each woman needs an individualized care plan that fits within the context of her life, and there are basic interventions that every woman who underwent hysterectomy should receive. This review draws attention to the need for different care plans for women who underwent different hysterectomy techniques.

Lymphedema in the Mastectomy Postoperative Period: An Integrative Literature Review  [PDF]
Ana Fátima Carvalho Fernandes, Glécya Oliveira Vidal, Camila Brasil Moreira, Tiago Barreto de Castro e Silva, Paula Natasha Rodrigues Valentim, Míria Concei??o Lavinas Santos
Advances in Breast Cancer Research (ABCR) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/abcr.2013.24025
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Aims and Objectives: To analyze the evidence available in the literature on the stages during which upper limb lymphedema after mastectomy occurs. Background: Among the adverse effects of breast cancer treatment, lymphedema is the most prevalent. Design: Integrative literature review. Methods: The Latin American and Caribbean Literature on Health Sciences (Literatura Latino-Americana e do Caribe em Ciências da Saúde—LILACS), PubMed, and Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL) databases were used to select the pertinent studies. The identification data for these studies were summarized, and their methodological features and results were extracted. Results: Regarding the time elapsed since surgery, the highest prevalence of lymphedema corresponded to the late postoperative period, and regarding its severity, mild lymphedema was the most prevalent form. The prevalence was also the highest among the women who were subjected to radical mastectomy and radiotherapy. Conclusions: Many women who are undergoing treatment for breast cancer use strategies for the prevention and control of lymphedema of the upper limb following mastectomy. Relevance to Clinical Practice: The findings of the present study might inform future studies aiming to assess strategies that can be started in the immediate and late postoperative stages to detect lymphedema early and prevent the increase of its prevalence during the late postoperative period after mastectomy.

Spatial and temporal distribution of fish larvae in marginal lagoons of Pantanal, Mato Grosso State, Brazil
Tondato, Karina Keyla;Mateus, Lúcia Aparecida de Fátima;Ziober, Simoni Ramalho;
Neotropical Ichthyology , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1679-62252010005000002
Abstract: an analysis was made of the spatial and temporal distribution of the abundance and composition of fish larvae assemblies, aiming to ascertain correlations with biotic and abiotic factors in marginal lagoons of the cuiabá river floodplain in brazil's pantanal wetlands. samples were collected bimonthly in the pelagic region of the marginal lagoons (fourteen lagoons) close to the littoral zone covered by aquatic macrophytes from december 2006 to april 2007. the captured individuals consisted of 2,739 larvae, represented predominantly by triportheus spp. (characidae), parodontidae, anostomidae, characidae and serrasalmidae. larval density varied among the sample lagoons in december, but the biotic (zooplankton density) and abiotic (water temperature, electrical conductivity, dissolved oxygen, ph, water transparency and lagoon depth) factors did not significantly affect larval composition and abundance. larvae were captured throughout the sample period, with the highest densities occurring in december and early january. temporally, lagoon depth, water transparency and fluviometric level showed a negative correlation with larval density. both the zooplankton and the larval density vary positively, responding likewise to the environmental conditions imposed by flooding. the highest larval density was also found to coincide with the first rains (early december), when the rainfall has not yet reached its peak.
Lentivírus de pequenos ruminantes (CAEV e Maedi-Visna): revis?o e perspectivas
Callado, Ana Karina Cunha;Castro, Roberto Soares de;Teixeira, Maria Fátima da Silva;
Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-736X2001000300001
Abstract: small ruminant lentiviruses (srlv), whose prototypes are caprine arthritis-encephalitis virus (caev) and maedi-visna virus, are the causative agents of slow progressive degenerative diseases of goats and sheep (infected animals), responsible for significant economic losses. these viruses cause persistent infections with long periods of incubation and induce inflammatory and degenerative lesions. the lesions are induced in target organs of the host such as joints, cns, lungs and mammary glands due to viral replication in cells of the monocyte/macrophage lineage which is the main target cell. infections occur particularly in the young and are acquired through ingestion of virus in milk or colostrum from infected does or ewes. the induction of immune response is variable and does not protect against the infection. diagnosis is primarily based on the presence of srlv antibodies usually detected by agar gel immunodiffusion (agid) or enzyme linked immunosorbent assays (elisa). as no vaccine is available, most often employed schemes to prevent spread of srlv are based on segregation or/and culling of positive animals associated with management practices, especially the offspring. the strategies of srlv for dealing with the immune system make difficult to accomplish diagnosis of infection, control or prevention of the viral spread. this review shows aspects of srlv based on their phylogenetic studies of fields isolates, clinical, and immuno-pathological features.
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