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Tako-Tsubo Cardiomyopathy—The Role of Physical and Emotional Stressors: Two Case Report  [PDF]
Patrícia Margarida Serra Carvalho, Jandira Helena Lima, Jo?o Bernardo Cunha, Patrícia Glória Dinis Dias, José Gonalo Diniz Vieira, José Manuel Nascimento Costa
International Journal of Clinical Medicine (IJCM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ijcm.2012.32029
Abstract: Introduction: Tako-Tsubo cardiomyopathy describes a form of acute and reversible left ventricular dysfunction with a clinical presentation, ECG and cardiac biomarkers that makes it indistinguishable from acute coronary syndrome. Case Presentation: The authors present two cases of tako-tsubo cardiomyopathy in postmenopausal women, the first case following an emotional stressful event and a second case following a blood transfusion and probably associated with intravenous catecholamine perfusion. Both had unobstructed coronary arteries and regional wall-motion abnormalities typical of this syndrome. Conclusions: Tako-tsubo cardiomyopathy is a condition often misdiagnosed. A clinical presentation suggestive of acute coronary syndrome in a postmenopausal woman without history of coronary disease and in whom a precipitating stressful event can be found should lead the physician to suspect the diagnosis of tako-tsubo cardiomyopathy. This syndrome associated with blood transfusion has rarely been described.
Integra o de dados espaciais em SIG para avalia o da susceptibilidade de ocorrência de deslizamentos
Eusébio Reis,José Luís Zêzere,Gonalo Teles Vieira,Maria Luísa Rodrigues
Finisterra - Revista Portuguesa de Geografia , 2003,
Abstract: SPATIAL DATA INTEGRATION IN GIS FOR LANDSLIDE SUSCEPTIBILITY PREDICTION. Improper land use is an important factor for the occurrence and intensification of natural hazards. Therefore, a correct hazard zonation is of extreme significance for the adequate planning of human activities. The main objective of this study, applied to a test site in the North of Lisbon (Fanh es-Tranc o), is the application of a comprehensive methodology for landslide susceptibility evaluation at a regional scale. The methodological framework is supported by a relational database for GIS processing that includes maps of landslides and of conditioning factors (i.e. slope, aspect/geological structure, lithology, superficial deposits and land use). These maps were produced from detailed field surveys or derived from existing documents. Since the occurrence of distinct types of landslides is influenced differently by the conditioning factors, shallow translational landslides were chosen as an example for the application of the methodology. The susceptibility model is based on statistical and probabilistic algorithms that establish the relationships between the landslides and the conditioning factors (favourability functions), and allow the evaluation and validation of the map layers (independent variables) to be incorporated in the model. The spatial data integration in GIS environment is based in the bayesian interpretation of the favourability function, a technique that ranks the susceptibility values of landslide occurrence from 0 to 1. For model evaluation, following a cross-validation procedure, a random sample of the shallow translational landslides was used.
A ac o dos pipekrakes na morfogénese actual na Serra do Gerês
Gonalo Teles Vieira
Finisterra - Revista Portuguesa de Geografia , 1996,
Abstract: NEEDLE ICE EROSION IN THE SERRA DO GERêS (NW PORTUGAL)- After a short review of the studies on needle ice in the world, its morphogenetic significance in the Serra do Gerês is discussed. Several needle ice induced morphological features were identified in the field. Nevertheless, cryogenic features are in most cases ephemeral, being destroyed by the action of processes with higher morphogenetic capacity (i.e. runoff). Needle ice acts mostly as a disruptive agent, causing the desagregation of weathered granite or other non-choesive deposits. The resultant material is easily transported by other processes, like runoff or wind. The more prone areas to needle ice formation are also discussed.
The International Polar Year 2007-08 and the development of portuguese research on Antarctic permafrost
Gonalo Vieira
Finisterra - Revista Portuguesa de Geografia , 2009,
Abstract: Portuguese Antarctic permafrost research has developed fast in thelast decade. The research was initiated by the Centre for Geographical Studies of the University of Lisbon in the framework of a collaboration with the University of Alcalá (Spain) and the Spanish Antarctic Programme in 1999. In 2007 and 2008, collaborationshave extended, respectively to the Bulgarian and Argentinean programmes. The critical mass has grown substantially since then and other institutions are now also involved on the research activities. The development of scientific activities was fostered by the International Polar Year 2007-08 and supported by funding from public and private institutions. A wide-scope education and outreach project has significantly contributed to the public and political awareness of the science programme, and a close interaction between scientists and society has developed. The main research topics are permafrost, active layer and geomorphological processes monitoring, with an emphasis on detection of climate change signals.
Agorafobia: Perspectivas fenomenológica e existencial
Reis,Gonalo; Teixeira,José A. Carvalho;
Análise Psicológica , 2007,
Abstract: the authors develop a phenomenological and existential analysis of agoraphobia, characterizing the role of the agoraphobic experience as to-almost-being-oneself, and make reference to agoraphobic vertigo experience as central for the understanding of the phenomena. the agoraphobia is considered as a moral dilemma in existence that restricts the individual?s freedom of choice and the panic experience is analyzed following of the subjective-intersubjective movement demonstrating its possible credit for existential psychotherapy which, as a therapeutical relation, is part of the individual?s lived world of relations and allows the exploration of the assumptions that support the agoraphobic world as a possibility to existence.
Actividades del proyecto PERMAMODEL durante la campa a antártica 2006-07
David Tome,Miguel Ramos,Miguel Angel Hidalgo,Gonalo Vieira
Finisterra - Revista Portuguesa de Geografia , 2009,
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3.a Reuni o do Quaternário Ibérico (Coimbra, 1993)
Carla Mora,Mário Neves,Gonalo Teles Vieira
Finisterra - Revista Portuguesa de Geografia , 1994,
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Daily minimum air temperatures in the Serra da Estrela, Portugal
Carla Mora,Gonalo Teles Vieira,Maria Jo?o Alcoforado
Finisterra - Revista Portuguesa de Geografia , 2001,
Abstract: The Serra da Estrela is part of the Iberian Central Cordillera and isthe highest mountain in Portugal (1,993 m ASL). The Torre-Penhas Douradas and Alto da Pedrice-Malhada Alta plateaus with altitudes between 1,400 and 1,993m, which are separated by the Alforfa and Zêzere valleys dominate the highest part of the range. The central massif is dissected by several glacially sculpted valleys thatoriginate reliefs from 200 to 700m. This morphological diversity controls to a great extent the local climates of the mountain. Nine air temperature data loggers were installed in contrasting topographic situations, with special emphasis to valley floors and interfluve sites. Data collection was made each 2-hours from 27th December 1999 to 27th March 2000. Minima temperature most of the times occurs at 7 UTC. The minimum air temperature patterns based on the data from the nine sites were classified using k-means. Two contrasting events were chosen for the centroids of the classification. Cluster 1 represents the stable events with thermal inversions in the valleys and higher temperature in the interfluves. The valley floors at higher altitudes present lower temperatures than the ones at lower positions. Cluster 2 groups the unstable episodes with more turbulence and a temperature decrease controlled by altitude. In this group temperature does not depends on thetopographic position.
Debate social e constru o do território
Giovanni Allegretti,José António Bandeirinha,Gonalo Canto Moniz
Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais , 2012,
Abstract: Sente-se cada dia mais activo o debate acerca da posi o em que se colocam os profissionais que actuam sobre o território ou, de um modo mais genérico, sobre a organiza o do espa o em que vivemos. Arquitectos, urbanistas, cientistas sociais e decisores políticos desdobram-se em reflex es acerca da maior ou menor participa o das popula es nos processos de decis o que levam às transforma es das cidades e do território, bem como dos espa os habitacionais de promo o pública. S o analisadas, ...
THE CHALLENGE OF IMPLEMENTING SCRUM AGILE METHODOLOGY IN A TRADITIONAL DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT
Renato Takeki Nishijima,Prof. Dr. José Gonalo Dos Santos
International Journal of Computers & Technology , 2013,
Abstract: Agile software development management is gradually gaining more profile and followers among technology companies. The current article presents a study on agile methodologies in contrast to traditional methodologies as well as the motivation to implement agile software development management techniques in small projects by providing an overview of the challenges, objectives, reasons, advantages and disadvantages compared to traditional software development management.
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