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Uso de medicamentos contínuos e fatores associados em idosos de Quixadá, Ceará
Silva, Gilmar de Oliveira Barros;Gondim, Ana Paula Soares;Monteiro, Mirian Parente;Frota, Mirna Albuquerque;Meneses, André Luis Lima de;
Revista Brasileira de Epidemiologia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-790X2012000200016
Abstract: objective: to analyze polypharmacy (daily use of two or more) of continuous use medication and its associated factors in the elderly. methods: a cross sectional study conducted with elderly individuals living in an urban area of the municipality of quixadá, ceara, brazil from may to december, 2009. the sample consisted of 384 individuals who were 60 years old or older and users of continuous medication. the variables studied were sociodemographic, economical, and health characteristics related to use of medications. for the analysis of the association between the dependent variable polypharmacy of continuous-use medication and the independent variables a logistic regression model was developed. results: results showed a predominance of females, between 60 and 69 years old, married, with incomplete elementary school education, non-paid job, family income of one minimum salary, living in their own home and together with up to three individuals. a prevalence of 70.6% of polypharmacy in the elderly was found, and it was higher in women (66.4%). factors positively associated with the use of two or more continuous-use medication were: family income over one minimum salary (or 2.83; ci95% = 1.54-5.32); two or more self-reported chronic conditions (or 17.71; ci95% = 9.80-31.990) and self-perception of regular to poor quality of life (or 2.85; ci95% = 1.60-5.07). conclusions: the study observed a practice of polypharmacy of continuous-use medications in the elderly with family income over one minimum wage, two or more chronic conditions and self-perception of regular to poor quality of life. such status leads to questions on social, cultural, economic and health aspects.
ácaros em produtos armazenados comercializados em supermercados e feiras livres da cidade do Recife
Sousa, Josilene M. de;Gondim Jr., Manoel G.C.;Barros, Reginaldo;Oliveira, José V. de;
Neotropical Entomology , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2005000200019
Abstract: the mite fauna was assessed in bean, maize and pet food in supermarkets and markets in recife, pe, brazil. a 500 g sample of each grain and food was collected in each establishment at two weekly intervals, from august 2002 to june 2003. the sample was divided into two 250 g sub-samples. one of them was submitted to spider mite evaluation shortly after collection and the other was incubated at 26oc and 78% humidity for 30 days. at the end of this period the second sub-sample was processed in the same way as the first. the spider mites were mounted on slides for microscopy in hoyer medium and identified at least at genus level. eleven thousand nine hundred and fifty-six spider mites were collected belonging to the acaridae, ebertiidae, glycyphagidae, cheyletidae, stigmaeidae, pyemotidae, tarsonemidae, tydeidae, cunaxidae, ameroseiidae, ascidae e phytoseiidae families. among the primary spider mites the suidasia medanensis oudemans species was predominant in the survey (3,035 individuals) followed by caloglyphus hughesi (samsinak) (436 individuals). metapronematus sp. was predominant (3,417 individuals) among the secondary spider mites followed by tarsonemus granarius lindquist (3,003). the number of mites collected in the incubated samples was always greater compared to the non-incubated samples in both the market and supermarket samples.
Biologia comparada de Eutetranychus banksi (McGregor) (Acari: Tetranychidae) em fruteiras tropicais
Barbosa, Daisi G.F.;Gondim Jr., Manoel G.C.;Barros, Reginaldo;Oliveira, José V. de;Silva, Fernando R. da;
Neotropical Entomology , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2004000400002
Abstract: the objective of this research was to determine the potential development and reproduction of eutetranchus banski (mcgregor) in some economically important species of tropical fruit tree. the mites were collected from papaya tree (carica papaya l.), in the ufrpe campus and reared in the laboratory, in arenas consisted of leaf discs of papaya tree. four host species were tryied: cultivars 011-bpa and 014-cpa of barbado's cherry (malpighia emarginata a.dc.), papaya tree "sunrise solo" and orange lime (citrus sp.). adult females were confined during 12h in arenas for oviposition and the duration and survival of the immature stages were evaluated at 12h intervals. after the emergence, the adults were mated and each couple was confined in one leaf disc's arena. longevity and fecundity were evaluated at each 24h. the results originated a fertility life table. the development time of e. banski was shorter in papaya tree. there was no difference in the females longevity in the different fruit trees studied. the fecundity of e. banski was higher in papaya tree, different from barbado's cherry and lime orange. the net reproduction rates (ro), the finite ratio of increase (l) and the increase capacity were higher in papaya tree. the lowest development period and higher fecundity of e. banski in papaya tree were possibly due to the fact that the mite population was originated from the same plant species.
Chemical composition and acaricidal activity of the leaf and fruit essential oils of Protium heptaphyllum (Aubl.) Marchand (Burseraceae)
Pontes, Wendel José Teles;Oliveira, José Candido Guerra de;Camara, Cláudio Augusto Gomes da;Lopes, Adelmo C. H. R.;Gondim Júnior, Manoel Guedes Correia;Oliveira, José Vargas de;Barros, Reginaldo;Schwartz, Manfred Oswald Erwin;
Acta Amazonica , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0044-59672007000100012
Abstract: essential oils from leaves and fruits of protiumheptaphyllum collected in tamandaré beach pernambuco/brazil were analysed by gc/ms and tested for toxicity and repellent effect against the two spotted spider mite (tetranychus urticae). the major constituent identified in the fruits was a-terpinene (47.6 %) whereas oil from leaf contained mainly sesquiterpenes such as 9-epi-caryophyllene (21.4 %), trans-isolongifolanone (10.7 %) and 14-hydroxi-9-epi-caryophyllene (16.7 %). the fruit oil was found to be more effective against the mite when compared to the leaf oil. both showed mortality properties and oviposition deterrence in higher concentration (10 μl.l-1 air), but only the essential oil from fruits induced repellence on t. urticae.
Sobre um fim em análise
Irene Gondim Grether,Alzira Costa de Oliveira
ágora: Estudos em Teoria Psicanalítica , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/s1516-14982008000100011
Estudos Asiáticos no Brasil: contexto e desafios
Oliveira, Henrique Altemani de;Masiero, Gilmar;
Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-73292005000200001
Abstract: the analysis of the relations brazil-asia shows the existence of certain efforts towards a relationship more consistent and wider among both, politically, economically and academically. however, the exchange rate among them is still way below the desirable. therefore, the perspectives and the possibilities of growth of such relationship among brazil and the asian region are discussed, as a way of confirming the initiatives already existent.
Constructivism in international relations, the politics of reality
Mariana de Oliveira Barros
Contexto Internacional , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/s0102-85292006000100005
The roles of haemolymphatic lipoproteins in the oogenesis of Rhodnius prolixus
Gondim, Katia Calp;Oliveira, Pedro Lagerblad de;Masuda, Hatisaburo;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1987, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761987000700018
Abstract: the fates of purified 32p-vitellin and 32p-lipophorin were followed in vitellogenic females of rhodnius prolixus. while the radioactivity from 32p-vitellin 6 hours after injection was found almost exclusively in the ovary, the radioactivity from injected 32p-lipophorin was found distributed among several organs. in the ovary, the radioactivity from 32p-vitellin was associated with the contents of the yolk granules. 32p-lipophorin delivered a great amount of radioactive phospholipids to the ovary with no accumulation of its protein moiety, as observed after its iodination with 131i. the delivery of phospholipids was inhibited at 0oc and by the metabolic inhibitors, sodium azide and sodium fluoride. comparison of the radioactivity incorporation from 32p-lipophorin with that of 14c-inulin suggests that the 32p-phospholipids from lipophorin are not taken up by fluid phase endocytosis. the data presented here are compatible with the concept of lipophorin as a carrier of lipids in insects and provide evidence that lipophorin transports phospholipids as shown previously for other classes of lipids. the utilization by the oocytes of the phospholipids transported by lipophorin is discussed.
Diversidade de ácaros em aceroleira (Malpighia emarginata A.DC.) na Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco em Recife, PE
Barbosa, Daisi G.F.;Gondim Jr., Manoel G.C.;Barros, Reginaldo;Oliveira, José V.;
Neotropical Entomology , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2003000400007
Abstract: the mite diversity in the barbados cherry was evaluated at the universidade federal rural de pernambuco, in recife, pernambuco state. the samples were done in the germ plasm bank of the plant between may 2001 and march 2002. in each sample eight aleatory branches from each individual of twelve plants were surveyed. from each branch the apical bud and eight leaves from median and basal positions were collected. in the laboratory the mites were collected, mounted in histological laminas for microscopy, and identified. we founded 2.233 mites from 32 species owing to 29 genus and 11 families. from all species 4.5% belonged to the acaridida, 79.4% to the actinedida, 6.7% to the gamasida and 9.4% to the oribatida orders. the majority of the collected specimens are phytophagous. the eriophyidae family represented 59.2% from all mites collected. all sampled specimens owed to genus floracarus. the tenuipalpidae family represented 12.5% from all ácaros. the determined species were brevipalpus californicus (banks), with 4.7% and brevipalpus phoenicis (geijskes) with 7.8%. among the predaceous mites the phytoseids were more frequent, representing 6.4% from the collected mites, from which 2.8% were identified as amblyseius aerialis (muma), 2.1% as iphiseiodes zuluagai denmark & muma and 1.2% as euseius alatus deleon. among the 32 collected species, 12 are predator mites, six probably are micophagous and only four are phytophagous. these last ones, seemingly do not provoke economic damage indicating that the mites that occur in the malpighiaceae family may be in equilibrium.
How to Improve the Accessibility and Reduce the Total Cost of Ownership with Ecolig Protocol and Android in Mobile Learning
Samira Muhammad Ismail,Paulo Victor de Oliveira Miguel,Gilmar Barreto
International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) , 2011, DOI: 10.3991/ijim.v5i4.1648
Abstract: A new electronic learning device generation can be created from a new paradigm in human sense and efferent resources. The brain computer interfaces (BCI) with ECOLIG protocol can be used to get the advantages from “Near To Eye” and “Augmented Reality” technologies. In this way, this paper describes the results from an experiment using a mobile phone emulator system, a BCI and ECOLIG protocol to demonstrate the benefits in eliminating the use of touch screen and keyboards features. Finally, it concludes that ECOLIG can be a long life time communication technology between Human and Machines especially in a Singularity world.
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