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Vitiligo: avalia??o histológica e clínica após curetagem seqüencial
Barros, Jefferson Alfredo de;Machado Filho, Carlos D'Aparecida Santos;Martins, Lourdes Concei??o;Pettinati, Juliana;Pinhal, Maria Aparecida da Silva;
Anais Brasileiros de Dermatologia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0365-05962007000400005
Abstract: background: inactive amelanotic melanocytes are found in hair follicles as a melanocytic reservoir in vitiligo. procedures that cause superficial skin abrasion induce the activation and migration of melanocytes from hair follicles. objective: to evaluate 1) the proportion of melanocytes in relation to keratinocytes in the epidermal basal layer, and to the presence of melanin at histopathology and 2) the clinical progression after sequential curettage in vitiligo lesions. methods: sixteen patients were evaluated and submitted to three surface curettages performed every 30 days, precurettage biopsy (control) and biopsies 30 days after each curettage. hematoxylin-eosin staining was used to analyze the proportion of melanocytes and fontana-masson staining to determine melanin presence. clinical progression was assessed through iconographic documentation. conclusion: a sequence of curettages tends to increase the mean number of melanocytes in the epidermal basal layer, induce the melanin granule formation and enhance vitiligo repigmentation.
Evaluation of Petrifilm? EC and HS for total coliforms and Escherichia coli enumeration in water
Beloti, Vanerli;Souza, Juliana Aparecida de;Barros, Márcia de Aguiar Ferreira;Nero, Luís Augusto;Mattos, Marcos Rodrigues de;Gusm?o, Viviane Vieira;Moraes, Luciane Bilia de;
Brazilian Journal of Microbiology , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-83822003000400002
Abstract: petrifilm? ec and hs were compared to the mpn method to determine their efficacy to enumerate total coliforms and e. coli in 145 samples of water (76 water in natura, 69 drinking water). for water in natura, petrifilm? hs and ec showed good correlation with mpn method. in chlorinated water (< 20 col/100 ml and negatives) the agreement was low. for e.coli enumeration, petrifilm? ec showed a good correlation with mpn method. the results indicated that petrifilm? ec and hs are accurate to enumerate coliforms and e. coli in water when the expected counts are higher than 20/100 ml.
Use of Readycult? - LMX for enumeration of total coliforms and Escherichia coli in milk
Beloti, Vanerli;Barros, Márcia de Aguiar Ferreira;Nunes, Maurício Pinto;Santana, Elsa Helena Walter de;Nero, Luís Augusto;Souza, Juliana Aparecida de;
Brazilian Journal of Microbiology , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-83822002000100010
Abstract: readycult? - lmx is a rapid method to test for the presence of total coliform bacteria and escherichia coli in water, giving results in 24h. it is based on reactions of specific microbial enzymes or indicator nutrients of the medium. the goal of this paper was to study the use of readycult? - lmx to detect total coliform and e. coli in milk. one hundred twenty five samples of pasteurized and raw milk, collected in londrina, pr, brazil, were tested simultaneously by the most probable number (mpn) method using brilliant green bile lactose broth (2%) (brila) and readycult? - lmx. the readycult? - lmx test was evaluated for sensitivity, simplicity, and speed of results. there was a significant correlation between the results obtained by the two methods for total coliforms (r: 0.8224) and for e. coli (r: 0.8603). the two methods yielded similar results, but readycult? - lmx was easier to use. in addition, results were available as early as 24h.
Comparing Levels of Anxiety During Bed and Shower Baths in Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction
Lopes, Juliana de Lima;Nogueira-Martins, Luiz Antonio;Gon?alves, Maria Aparecida Batist?o;Barros, Alba Lucia Bottura Leite de;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692010000200012
Abstract: this study compared the levels of anxiety presented by patients with acute myocardial infarction in bed and shower baths and the influence of antecedent variables: age, gender, medications, previous hospitalization and/or bed bath, patients' preference regarding the professional's gender, risk factors and anxiety-traits. this crossover study was conducted between february and august 2007 in coronary units. the sample was composed of 71 patients with acute myocardial infarction. the state-trait anxiety inventory (stai) was applied before the baths (bed and shower baths), immediately after the baths and twenty minutes after the second evaluation. results revealed that patients were more anxious in the bed bath than in the shower in the three assessments (p <0.0001) and the only variable that interfered with state-anxiety was high blood pressure.
Trabalho na aten??o básica: integralidade do cuidado em saúde mental
Ca?apava, Juliana Reale;Colvero, Luciana de Almeida;Martines, Wania Regina Veiga;Machado, Ana Lúcia;Silva, Ana Luísa Aranha e;Vargas, Divane de;Oliveira, Márcia Aparecida Ferreira de;Barros, S?nia;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342009000600019
Abstract: this study intends to map the health care given to the usuary with needs in the mental health field in a primary health care unity, analyzing the team work in the light of the integrate primary health care practices. the participants are health workers from different professions, who belong to the service's mental health working processes. the data collection technique used was the analytic flowchart. the results show us that the connective flows among the professionals and between them and the health unity's, in the primary health care unit, has been producing and proliferated diverse exchanges' spaces, making possible health actions aligned to the integrality in people's care through a enlarged understanding of health mental disease process, by means of human relationships' valuation and subjectivities involved in the health work space.
Aqueous Extract of Brazilian Green Propolis: Primary Components, Evaluation of Inflammation and Wound Healing by Using Subcutaneous Implanted Sponges
Sandra Aparecida Lima de Moura,Giuseppina Negri,Ant nio Salatino,Luiza Dias da Cunha Lima,Luana Pereira Antunes Dourado,Juliana Barros Mendes,Silvia Passos Andrade,M nica Alves Neves Diniz Ferreira,Denise Carmona Cara
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine , 2011, DOI: 10.1093/ecam/nep112
Abstract: Propolis is a chemically complex resinous bee product which has gained worldwide popularity as a means to improve health condition and prevent diseases. The main constituents of an aqueous extract of a sample of green propolis from Southeast Brazil were shown by high performance liquid chromatography/mass spectroscopy/mass spectroscopy to be mono- and di-O-caffeoylquinic acids; phenylpropanoids known as important constituents of alcohol extracts of green propolis, such as artepillin C and drupanin were also detected in low amounts in the aqueous extract. The anti-inflammatory activity of this extract was evaluated by determination of wound healing parameters. Female Swiss mice were implanted subcutaneously with polyesther-polyurethane sponge discs to induce wound healing responses, and administered orally with green propolis (500 mg kg?1). At 4, 7 and 14 days post-implantation, the fibrovascular stroma and deposition of extracellular matrix were evaluated by histopathologic and morphometric analyses. In the propolis-treated group at Days 4 and 7 the inflammatory process in the sponge was reduced in comparison with control. A progressive increase in cell influx and collagen deposition was observed in control and propolis-treated groups during the whole period. However, these effects were attenuated in the propolis-treated group at Days 4 and 7, indicating that key factors of the wound healing process are modulated by propolis constituents.
Social Hygiene Movement and Psychology: Towards Another Paradigm in Mental Health  [PDF]
Rafael Nogueira Furtado, Juliana Aparecida de Oliveira Camilo, George Moraes de Luiz
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2018.95058
Abstract: This article discusses the relationships between social hygiene movement and psychology, seeking to present a healthcare paradigm, alternative to hygienism. Social hygiene movement was a popular social movement in Europe and the Americas during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Its ideas and methods influenced psychology, among many other scientific fields. This influence resulted in social control practices, aimed at the segregation of individuals who did not conform to current social norms. In contrast, at the end of the twentieth century, a paradigm emerges in mental health, called Psychosocial Attention. This paradigm establishes a way of understanding and dealing with mental health, different from that hitherto practiced by the psychology and psychiatry of the time. Thus, this article explains the principles in which Psychosocial Attention is based and the devices idealized for its materialization.
Sightings and bycatch of small pelagic cetaceans, new information registered by volunteer fishermen off S o Paulo, Brazil
Juliana Marigo,Bruno de Barros Giffoni
Brazilian Journal of Oceanography , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/s1679-87592010000100007
A relevancia do exame físico do idoso para a assistência de enfermagem hospitalar
Paula, Juliana Coutinho de;Cintra, Fernanda Aparecida;
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-21002005000300011
Abstract: background: in nursing practice, it has been noticed that those examinations are rarely done in a singular and systematic way. aim: to verify the importance attributed by nurses to the physical examination in elderly, for hospital nursing assistance. method: twenty five nurses from the following wards were interviewed: surgery, gastroenterology, cardiology and pneumology, and adult general ward i - ii at the clinical hospital, campinas state university. results: only one of the informants had no information on physical examination during graduation and most of them had lack of information or no information at all on senescence and senility. most informants (88%) perform the physical examination and show motivation to execute it, though they do it in an incomplete way. final considerations: this results show the requirement of capacitation for nurses who treats the aged, considering that physical examination in elderly has its specificities.
A Qualidade da Informa o na Web: uma abordagem semiótica La Calidad de la Información en la Web: un enfoque semiótico
Juliana de Assis,Maria Aparecida Moura
Informa??o & Informa??o , 2012, DOI: 10.5433/1981-8920.2011v16n3p96-117
Abstract: Introdu o: A dinamicidade da cria o e do uso da informa o bem como a flexibilidade e mutabilidade que moldam as trocas simbólicas nos ambientes digitais colaborativos constituem um desafio a mais para se pensar a qualidade da informa o. Objetivo: Discutir a qualidade da informa o a partir de uma perspectiva pragmática. Metodologia: Pesquisa bibliográfica, a partir de consultas às bases de dados Scientific Commons e Scopus, publica es internacionais em Ciência da Informa o, pesquisas em andamento, capítulos de livros, teses e disserta es e periódicos científicos nacionais da área. Resultados: A partir das reflex es desenvolvidas, aponta-se que as abordagens convencionais do conceito de qualidade da informa o apresentam insuficiências ante o desafio de se compreender como ela se estabelece num ambiente interativo e colaborativo permeado por trocas simbólicas constantes mediadas pela arquitetura de redes sociais em que o modelo de usuário passivo dá lugar a um sujeito ativo e dinamizador do signo. Conclus es: Considera-se que as pesquisas sobre a qualidade da informa o na web necessitam de abordagens que reconhe am esse ambiente como um espa o de articula o dos processos de significa o e de evidencia o das dinamicas de produ o e compartilhamento de significados.
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