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The Knowledge and Participation of the Father in Breast Feeding, Salvador, Brazil  [PDF]
Fernanda Tourinho Lima, Andréa Canário Santana, Gilton Marques dos Santos, Tatiane Falc?o dos S. Albergaria, Luciana Rodrigues Silva
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2016.610072
Abstract: The most fundamental influence in the breastfeeding process is the fathers support. The mother feels safer in breastfeeding when she has her partners support and a more active and effective participation. This study aimed at evaluating the fathers knowledge about breastfeeding in a quantitative approach through a transversal cohort study, interviewing 78 fathers in a public maternity in Salvador. The average age of the interviewees was 29.9 years and 53.8% had an incomplete fundamental schooling. Regarding knowledge of the subject, 10.3% believed that breastfeeding can be substituted. All fathers interviewed answered that they support breastfeeding for their children and believe in its benefits; 39.7% reported that their opinion could interfere their partners decision to prolong the process. Moreover, 69.2% of the males attended their partners antenatal meetings, and of these, over a third had no intervention on the subject. Of all the participants, 80.8% confirmed that they had participated in the breastfeeding process and emphasized their gratification during this phase. About the paternal opinion, 39.7% believed that there is a degree of influence over the partners decision to breastfeed, and for that reason 50% told the mother their opinion. The study widened the knowledge about the role of the
érase una vez en Taracuá...sobre el origen del mundo: tradición cristiana, teoría científica y pensamiento indígena
Santos, Gilton Mendes dos;
Vibrant: Virtual Brazilian Anthropology , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1809-43412011000200002
Abstract: this text is the result of observations made during a course (magistério indígena) taught in the indigenous community of taracuá, on the uaupés river, an important tributary of the negro river, in northwestern brazilian amazonia. these observations refer to indigenous interpretations about the origin of the world according to western science and the judeo- christian tradition. from the point of view of this indigenous group, western explanations are variations on the theme derived from indigenous knowledge.
A palpa o hepática quantificada
Rui Marques dos Santos
Jornal Português de Gastrenterologia , 2007,
Déficits, gastos do governo e a n?o-estabilidade da carga tributária no caso do Estado do Rio Grande do Sul
Marques Junior, Liderau dos Santos;
Economia Aplicada , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-80502007000100007
Abstract: the tax-smoothing hypothesis implies that: 1) the optimal tax rate follows a pure random walk; 2) a budget surplus equal to the expected present value of changes in government expenditures. in this paper random walk tests of tax rate are performed for the period 1970-2002 and use a vector autoregression model to the period 1970-1997 in the case of the state of rio grande do sul public finances. the tests reject the tax-smoothing hypothesis for the case in study for both periods. that is, the evidences show that the state government has not behaved as tax-smoother.
Ileal ulcer in asymptomatic individuals. Is this Crohn?
Santos, Carlos Henrique Marques dos;
Journal of Coloproctology (Rio de Janeiro) , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S2237-93632012000200004
Abstract: the endoscopic finding of ileal ulcers, alone or in small number, is not usual, but when it occurs in asymptomatic patients, an impasse may be generated regarding the action to be taken, since the medical literature is unclear as to how to proceed in this situation. objective: evaluate patients with ileal ulcers, single or in a small number, asymptomatic, and their follow-up. methods: the author reports a series of asymptomatic cases (23 patients) of ulcers - single or in small number - found in colonoscopy exams performed for other reasons than typical clinical manifestations of crohn's disease. results: most patients were not treated and remained asymptomatic during the follow-up period. conclusions: the patients remained asymptomatic and without treatment in most cases, and, considering the small number of cases and the short observation time, this study does not allow to conclude that this is the best practice in case of asymptomatic patients with ileal ulcer.
Juventude e Religi o: cenários no ambito do lazer
Edmilson Santos dos Santos,Claudio Marques Mandarino
REVER : Revista de Estudos da Religi?o , 2005,
Abstract: O lazer, quando compreendido numa perspectiva multicultural, n o deve negligenciar um dos aspectos que tem organizado o tempo livre de jovens estudantes, o lazer religioso. Neste sentido, o estudo proposto “Mapa do Lazer Juvenil do bairro Guajuviras/Canoas-RS”, de corte exploratório, teve como objetivo estabelecer o perfil dos estudantes que selecionaram como a atividade mais importante realizada no final de semana a participa o em atividades religiosas. Participaram do survey 2112 estudantes de 5a série do ensino fundamental e 3a série de ensino médio. Os dados revelam que há uma riqueza de atividades acontecendo no interior das igrejas que v o para além dos cultos. Isto demonstra que há uma preocupa o em criar espa os que possam atender aos interesses dos jovens. O contexto estudado permite identificar que as meninas s o mais sensíveis às estratégias de coopta o dos jovens, por parte das igrejas, principalmente as evangélicas. O lazer religioso pode estar sub-representado no estudo, tendo em vista as novas formas midiáticas de rela o com o sagrado. Como podemos observar, a identidade religiosa n o pode ser estruturada a partir de uma opera o que exclui outras experiências que fazem parte do cotidiano dos jovens do bairro Guajuviras.
The traditional knowledge on stingless bees (Apidae: Meliponina) used by the Enawene-Nawe tribe in western Brazil
Gilton Santos, Yasmine Antonini
Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine , 2008, DOI: 10.1186/1746-4269-4-19
Abstract: The stingless bees were sampled from two ecologically similar regions in the interior of Enawene-Nawe Land. The first sampling took place around the village, i.e., adjacent to houses, by the edge of the Iquê River, next to food leftovers, around human excrement, and simply when the insects were found flying or reposing on a human body. The second round of sampling happened from 29/10 to 02/11/94, during an expedition for honey collection that took place throughout the ciliar bushes of the Papagaio River, an important tributary of Juruena River. We sampled bees adjacent to their nests following the beehive inspection or during the honey extraction.In this work, the main bee species of the sub tribe Meliponina, which were handled by the Enawene-Nawe, was identified, and a brief ethnographic description of the honey collection expeditions and its social-cosmologic meaning for the group was done.Similar to other indigenous people in Brazil, the Enawene-Nawe recognized 48 stingless bee species. They identified each bee species by name and specified each one's ecological niche. A brief ethnographic description of the honey collection expeditions and bees' social-cosmologic meaning for the group is included.We concluded that, as an example of other indigenous people, the Enawene-Nawe classify and identify the bees based not only on their structure and morphological aspects but also on the ecological, etiological, and social characteristics of the species.The way that individuals perceive, identify, categorize and classify the natural world influences the way one thinks, acts, and expresses emotions in relation to animals and plants. The attitudes towards animals are characterized by our values, knowledge and perceptions as well as by the nature of the relationship that human beings have with particular animals [1].Recently, Descola [2] redefined the old notion of animism and applied it to the context of amazonic indigenous theories, for which the animals and other natural
Liga es perigosas: as rela es entre Estado e ciência no Brasil do pós-guerra
Santos Sérgio Gil Marques dos
História, Ciências, Saúde-Manguinhos , 2001,
ontextualization in Science teaching: the voices of those involved in creating theoretical and methodological texts for the ENEM (Exame Nacional do Ensino Médio [National High-school Exam])
Carolina dos Santos Fernandes,Carlos Alberto Marques
Investiga??es em Ensino de Ciências , 2012,
Abstract: This paper aims to analyse understanding of the concept of contextualization in Science teaching implicit in questions for the ENEM, from the perspective of those involved in creating theoretical and methodological texts for this exam, and with the intention of drawing attention to support frameworks for teaching practice and pedagogical and curricular considerations in Science teaching and evaluative processes. To this end, five semi-structured interviews on the theme were conducted with educators connected with the field of the Natural Sciences and Mathematics and involved with the ENEM, and were analysed guided by the precepts of Text Discourse Analysis. Based on this analysis there appears to be a need to go beyond perspectives that reduce the context to a pretext of purely conceptual approaches and ideas that limit the context merely to aspects of the students’ environs. However, there are also possibilities that emerge for a contextualized approach connected to using historical perspectives and a multiplicity of contexts.
A decade without diagnosis: Sheehan’s syndrome  [PDF]
Fábio A. Nascimento, Juliane Nery, Gustavo Lenci Marques, Felipe Dunin dos Santos, Mauricio de Carvalho
Case Reports in Clinical Medicine (CRCM) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/crcm.2013.28128
Abstract: Sheehan’s Syndrome (SS) occurs as a result of ischemic pituitary necrosis due to severe post-partum hemorrhage. We report a 41-year-old woman with a history of severe postpartum hemorrhage 18 years prior to presentation. During this period of time, she experienced severe fatigue. Three months prior to being admitted to our hospital, the patient started to notice alopecia, generalized edema and cognitive impairment. After proper investigation, laboratory tests and clinical findings indicated panhypopituitarism. In addition to neuroimaging and past medical history, SS was diagnosed and treatment started. We emphasize the importance of thorough investigation, further diagnosis and management of this condition (especially in third world countries), since SS is a neurological and endocrinological emergency and potentially life threatening.
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