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Especificidade de hospedeiro nas intera??es Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris - brássicas
Miguel-Wruck, Dulandula Silva;Oliveira, José Rogério de;Dias, Luiz Ant?nio dos Santos;
Summa Phytopathologica , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-54052010000200004
Abstract: considering the lack of information in literature about the pathogenic variability of brazilian isolates of xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris, a study was carried out to determine the pathogenic specificity of 33 isolates of this bacterium originated from several regions of brazil and overseas to eight different brassica species, through inoculation by means of injection of the bacterial suspension in leaves. from these isolates, 12 were obtained from collard greens (brassica oleracea var. acephala), nine from cabbage (b. oleracea var. capitata), five from cauliflower (b. oleracea var. botrytis), two from canola (b. napus), one from broccoli (b. oleracea var. italica), one from chinese cabbage (b. chinensis), one from kohlrabi (b. oleracea var. gongylodes) and two from radish (raphanus sativus). the pathogenicity of the bacterium isolates to the tested hosts indicated that 14 of them were not specific and originated symptoms on all inoculated plants. the other 19 isolates had showed relative degrees of specificity and did not cause disease in one or more of the tested brassicas.
Necessidades de qualifica??o da equipe de enfermagem para a assistência aos clientes portadores do HIV e da Aids
Gryschek, Anna Luiza de Fátima Pinho Lins;Domingos, José Claudio;Figueiredo, Cássio Rogério Dias Lemos;Nichiata, Lúcia Yasuko Izumi;Osório, Leonida Maria;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342000000300010
Abstract: this study discourses about the especific training needs of the nursing teams of the centers of reference of sexual transmissible diseases (std) and aids from the std/aids program of the health secretary of the township of s?o paulo for the assistance of clients with hiv and aids. from a total of 671 nursing workers, 453 answered the questionnaire. they identified the following training needs: contents related to standard precautions, preparation and administration of specific drugs and other general nursing care to hiv + clients.
Chemical composition of the essential oils from two subspecies of Protium heptaphyllum
Marques, Delcio Dias;Sartori, Rogério Ant?nio;Lemos, Telma Leda Gomes;Machado, Luciana Lucas;Souza, Jo?o Sammy Nery de;Monte, Francisco José Queiroz;
Acta Amazonica , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0044-59672010000100029
Abstract: qualitative and quantitative analyses of the volatile constituents from resin of protium heptaphyllum (aubl.) marchand subsp. ulei (swat) daly (phu), and protium heptaphyllum (aubl.) marchand subsp. heptaphyllum (phh), burseraceae were performed using gc-ms and gc-fid. the resins were collected around the city of cruzeiro do sul, state of acre, brazil. essential oils from the two subspecies were extracted by hydrodistillation with a yield of 8.6% (phu) and 11.3% (phh); the main components were terpinolene (42.31%) and p-cymene (39.93%) for subspecies ulei (phu) and heptaphyllum (phh), respectively.
Preven??o de aderências pélvicas: estudo experimental em ratas com diferentes modalidades terapêuticas
Pacheco, José Fernando;Dias, Rogério;Silva, Márcia Guimar?es da;Trist?o, Andréa da Rocha;De Luca, Laurival Ant?nio;
Revista Brasileira de Ginecologia e Obstetrícia , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-72032003000500009
Abstract: purpose: to evaluate the degree of pelvic adhesions in function of time and the different substances used in its prophylaxis. material and methods: prospective study with 120 female, albino, virgin wistar rats, 3 to 4 months of age, weighing approximately 250 g, randomly divided into 10 groups of 12 animals each: control, without lesion; lesions and without treatment; lesions + 0.9% physiologic saline, lesions + ringer lactate; lesions + 32% dextran 70; lesions + ringer lactate/heparin; lesions + ringer lactate/dexamethasone; lesions + ringer lactate/hydrocortisone/dexamethasone/ampicillin; lesions + ringer lactate/albumin, and lesions + 1% carboxymethylcellulose. the animals were anesthetized and two types of lesions (scarification and electrocauterization) were performed in the uterine horns, followed by treatment with the solutions, intraperitoneally, to prevent pelvic adhesions. on the 7th, 14th and 28th postoperative days, moments m1, m2 and m3, respectively, the presence of adhesions was evaluated in 4 rats of each group. the methods applied to the quantification of the adhesions were based on cohen's classification, with scores varying from 0 to 4+ according to the amount, characteristics and location of the adhesions. statistical analysis was performed by parametric tests for analysis of variance and the kruskal-wallis test. results: the best treatments for prevention of pelvic adhesions in female rats were ringer lactate/dexamethasone (score 1+ prevalence), 32% dextran 70 to (score 2+ prevalence) and ringer lactate/hydrocortisone/dexamethasone/ampicillin (score 2+ prevalence). the postoperative period, represented by moment m3, and the surgical technique, predominantly with score 0, influenced adhesiolysis and maintenance of pelvic adhesions in female rats. conclusions: the prevention of pelvic adhesions in female rats begins with the surgical process at a smaller extent of tissue damage. the use of prophylactic substances (solutions) had a varied effective
Padroniza??o do desmame da ventila??o mecanica em Unidade de Terapia Intensiva: resultados após um ano
Oliveira, Luiz Rogério de Carvalho;José, Anderson;Dias, Elaine Cristina Polleti;Ruggero, Cíntia;Molinari, Camila Viteli;Chiavone, Paulo Antonio;
Revista Brasileira de Terapia Intensiva , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-507X2006000200005
Abstract: background and objectives: the weaning of mechanical ventilation is the process of transition from mechanical ventilation to spontaneous. the actual practice weaning reveals that the empirism is insufficient and inadequate. on the other side, the standardization of the weaning provides best conductions in the process. the objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of the application of a weaning protocol in an intensive care unit. methods: method: it was included in this study all the patients in program of liberation from the mechanical ventilation, in which the evolution of the weaning was followed by the utilization of a pre-establish protocol and publicated by the service. results: it was studied 127 patients. in 91% (115) of the patients we had success in the weaning and unsuccess in 9% (12). the non-invasive ventilation after the extubation was utilized in 19% (24) of them. none obit was observed. comparing the group of the patients that had success with the failed group, there were no statistically significant variations observed in sex (p = 0.96), apache ii (19.5 versus 18.6 p = 0.75), risk of obit (29% versus 22% p = 0.54), mip (38 versus 32 cmh2o p = 0.17), duration of mechanical ventilation (6 versus 7 days p = 0.70), pao2/fio2 relation (324 versus 312 p = 0.83), weaning modality (psv or t tube p = 0.29). there were statistically significant variations observed in rapid shallow respiratory index (59 versus 77 p = 0.02) and duration of the weaning (1 versus 30 hours p < 0.001). conclusions: the weaning of the ventilation realized following the standardization brought improvement in its conduction, maintaining the high success index with low mortality.
Ventila??o mecanica n?o-invasiva aplicada em pacientes com insuficiência respiratória aguda após extuba??o traqueal
José, Anderson;Oliveira, Luiz Rogério de Carvalho;Dias, Elaine Cristina Polleti;Fuin, Daniela Brand?o;Leite, Leslie Gomes;Guerra, Graziele de Souza;Barbosa, Deise do Carmo;Chiavone, Paulo Antonio;
Revista Brasileira de Terapia Intensiva , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-507X2006000400004
Abstract: background and objectives: noninvasive positive pressure ventilation (nppv) has been routinely used to assist the weaning of the mechanical ventilation. one of the applications most common is in patients who had acute respiratory failure after extubation, even the scientific evidences for this indication still controversy. the aims of this study were to evaluate the index of patients that evolve for respiratory failure after extubation and evaluated the effectiveness of nppv to avoid the need for reintubation and to promote increase in success index of weaning. methods: we conducted a transversal and prospective study. it was applied to nppv in the patients who presented respiratory failure after extubation, independent of its etiology. nppv was applied in to pressure support ventilation, with vte for 6 to 8 ml/kg, peep and fio2 adjusted to reach sao2 > 95%. the nppv was accomplished of a continuous mould even interrupt the signs of respiratory failure presented initially. the success of weaning and the nppv was defined when the clinical events were reverted by a period greater than 48 hours in spontaneous breathing, avoid thus reintubation. results: we included 103 patients. noted that 32% (33) evolved with signals of respiratory failure after extubation and were submitted to nppv. the time of nppv was on mean 8 ± 5 hours, psv of 12 ± 2 cmh2o, peep of 7 ± 2 cmh2o, fio2 of 40% ± 20%, vte of 462 ± 100 ml, rr of 26 ± 5 rpm. among patients who accomplished nppv (33), 76% (25) attended with success and them afterwards let the icu. of the patients assigned to nppv, 24% (8) did not tolerate the procedure and were reintubated. conclusions: we conclude that nppv is safe and effective in averting the need for reintubation in patients with respiratory failure after extubation.
Acesso pela artéria subclávia para implante por cateter da bioprótese valvar aórtica CoreValve?: dados do registro brasileiro
Brito Júnior, Fábio Sandoli de;Carvalho, Luiz Antonio;Siqueira, Dimytri;Dias, Jo?o Carlos;Mangione, José Armando;Sarmento-Leite, Rogério;Lemos Neto, Pedro Alves;Grube, Eberhard;Nascimento, Teresa Cristina;Perin, Marco Antonio;Sousa, J. Eduardo;
Revista Brasileira de Cardiologia Invasiva , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S2179-83972012000300006
Abstract: background: transfemoral access is the preferred approach for transcatheter aortic valve implantation. however, some situations, such as the presence of peripheral vascular disease, preclude the use of such access. in these cases, subclavian access is an alternative approach for this procedure. this study aimed at evaluating the brazilian experience using the subclavian approach for transcatheter corevalve? prosthesis implantation. methods: aortic valve area < 1 cm2, aortic valve ring ≥ 20 mm and ≤ 27 mm (26 mm and 29 mm corevalve?), ascending aorta ≤ 43 mm and subclavian artery with a diameter ≥ 6 mm, without significant obstructive lesions, marked tortuosity and excess calcification were requisites for the procedure. the access through the subclavian artery was obtained by surgical dissection and, under direct vision, a subclavian artery puncture was performed. once artery access was obtained, the standard technique was used. results: between january 2008 and april 2012, 8 patients with peripheral vascular disease underwent corevalve? prosthesis implantation through the subclavian artery in 4 institutions. the procedure was successful in all cases with reduction of the mean transvalvular pressure gradient from 46.4 ± 17.5 mmhg to 9.3 ± 3.6 mmhg (p = 0.0018) and improvement of symptoms. at 30 days and after 275 ± 231 days of follow-up, 87.5% and 62.5% of the patients, respectively, were free from major adverse events (death, myocardial infarction, stroke and urgent cardiac surgery). conclusions: in the brazilian experience, the subclavian access was a safe and effective alternative for transcatheter corevalve? implantation.
Relationship between clinical and postmortem evaluation in repeat breeder beef cows
Ferreira, Rogério;Oliveira, Jo?o Francisco Coelho de;Antoniazzi, Alfredo Quites;Pimentel, Cláudio Alves;Moraes, José Carlos Ferrugem;Henkes, Luiz Ernani;Bordignon, Vilceu;Gon?alves, Paulo Bayard Dias;
Ciência Rural , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84782008000400023
Abstract: the objective of this study was to investigate the causes of the repeat breeder syndrome comparing clinical signs and postmortem findings in beef cows. the identification of factors affecting the reproductive tract can support decisions as to whether treatment of repeat breeder cows is justifiable than culling. since all animals were submitted to clinical examination before being slaughtered, this study has a differential approach when compared with others, where genital tracts from abattoir were examined. in this study, 130 crossbred cows and heifers that have failed to conceive after three or more services were identified, submitted to a clinical examination and blood collection for karyotyping and sent to an abattoir. postmortem examinations included macroscopic evaluation of the genital tracts, bacteriology and histopathology of the uterus. uterine alterations were predominant followed by oviduct and ovarian pathologies. histopathological examination was more sensitive as a diagnostic tool than clinical examination. repeat breeder cows had a predominance of uterine abnormalities (95%), such as inflammatory (42.9%) and degenerative (59.7%) conditions. oviduct abnormalities were found in 29.8 % of animals. furthermore, 1 out 10 karyotyped cows showed aneuploidy. thus, this study stressed the importance of laboratory exams in the diagnosis of the causes of infertility of repeat breeder cows.
Comparative Study between Endometrial Resection and Electrocoagulation in Patients with Abnormal Uterine Bleeding  [PDF]
Leonardo Vieira Elias, Daniel Spadoto-Dias, Nilton José Leite, Flávia Neves Bueloni-Dias, Gustavo Filipov Peres, Carlos Roberto Padovani, Rogério Dias
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2017.73033
Abstract: Objective: To compare clinical outcomes between two first-generation endometrial ablation techniques. Design: Prospective comparative coorte. Setting: Tertiary public hospital, university teaching center. Seventy-three patients with abnormal uterine bleeding unresponsive to clinical treatment submitted to endometrial ablation from October 2011 to September 2013. Methods and Main Outcome Measures: Patients were assigned to either monopolar U-shaped electrode resection with rollerball electrocoagulation (group A, n = 36) or rollerball electrocoagulation alone (group B, n = 37). Mean follow-up length was 359 (280 - 751) and 370 days (305 - 766) in groups A and B, respectively. Bleeding pattern, associated symptoms, failure/success rates were assessed 30, 90, 180 and 360 days post-procedure. Findings: Patient characteristics were similar in both groups (P ≥ 0.05). Surgery duration (mean of 48.5 [±12.0] vs. 31.9 [±5.6] min, P < 0.001) and medium distention use (5.700 mL vs. 3.500 mL, P < 0.01) were decreased in group B. Post-ablation clinical improvement was considerable in both groups. Vaginal discharge incidence after the procedure was lower in group B (30.5% vs. 8.1%, P < 0.05). Hysterectomy rate was 9.6%. Overall success rate was 86.1% and 88.1% in groups A and B, respectively. Conclusions: Endometrial ablation using rollerball electrocoagulation alone may be considered safer than resection with rollerball electrocoagulation, which requires shorter surgical time and less distention medium, and is associated with lower postoperative vaginal discharge incidence. Success rate did not statistically differ between groups, but study parameters in absolute values and percents were superior in group B.
Fourier and Wavelet Spectral Analysis of EMG Signals in 1-km Cycling Time-Trial  [PDF]
Marcelo Bigliassi, Paulo Rogério Scalassara, Thiago Ferreira Dias Kanthack, Taufik Abr?o, Antonio Carlos de Moraes, Leandro Ricardo Altimari
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/am.2014.513181
Abstract: Frequency domain analyses in electromyographic (EMG) signals are frequently applied to assess muscle fatigue and similar variables. Moreover, Fourier-based approaches are typically used for investigating these procedures. Nonetheless, Fourier analysis assumes the signal as stationary which is unlikely during dynamic contractions. As an alternative method, wavelet-based treatments do not assume this pattern and may be considered as more appropriate for joint time-frequency domain analysis. Based on the previous statements, the purpose of the present study was to compare the application of Short-Time Fourier Transform (STFT) and Continuous Wavelet Transform (CWT) to assess muscle fatigue in dynamic exercise of a 1-km of cycling (time-trial condition). The results of this study indicated that CWT and STFT analyses have provided similar fatigue estimates (slope) (p> 0.05). However, CWT application represents lesser dispersion (p< 0.05) for vastus medialis (189.9 ± 82.1 for STFT vs 148.6 ± 60.2 for CWT) and vastus lateralis (151.6 ± 49.6 for STFT vs 103.5 ± 27.9 for CWT). In conclusion, despite the EMG signal did not change (p> 0.05) according to different methods, it is important to note that these responses seem to show greater values for CWT compared to STFT for 2 superficial muscles. Thereby, we are capable of considering CWT as a reliable and useful method to take into consideration when non-stationary or oscillating exercise models are evaluated.
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