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Neuroticism and Extraversion: Contributions to Diagnosis of Dysthymia  [PDF]
Mara Rúbia de Camargo Alves Orsini, Daniel Bartholomeu, Cecília Rodrigues Ribeiro, José Maria Montiel
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2014.514174
Abstract: Dysthymic disorder can be characterized as a mild depression and persistent, lasting at least two years. Are described the symptoms more experienced on the subjective plane than objective? Mild neurovegetative symptom with long duration is the most frequent symptom experienced by the patients and is the landmark to differential diagnosis. It is interesting to investigate the relationship of these factors in the configuration of personality of the dysthymic. Starting from the assumption that the disorder is more experienced in the subjective level and perceived by the subject as an intrinsic part of their way of being, a model based on the configuration of these personality dimensions could contribute to a more reliable diagnosis. The present study aimed to investigate the configuration of Neuroticism and Extraversion factors in patients diagnosed with dysthymia. Participants, n = 568, 59.2% women and 40.8% men, mean age = 25 years, SD = 7.0. Results and Discussion, the studies 1 and 2 suggest the possibility the dysthymia be evaluated based on personality characteristics, revealing that this framework affects the character of the subject, or which is in itself an even psychological concept, because it is personality tendency. This assumption is based on the fact that patients with dysthymia have higher scores on neuroticism and lower extraversion because of the control group.
Venous Catheterization Experimental Model in Rabbits: Histological Alterations in the Catheter Region  [PDF]
Bianca Ribeiro Rodrigues, Gabriela Samaha Fran?a, Maria Cecília Ferro, Canabarro Luciana, Willy Marcus Fran?a
Surgical Science (SS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2015.612076
Abstract: Central venous access is one of the most common surgery procedures worldwide, especially in pediatric surgery. Local and regional complications as the result of venous catheter permanence time are frequently described as: thrombosis, infection, edema and local cellulite, movement and loss of the catheter. Other severe complications such as endocardiac and hemorrhagic lesions are also described and considered the cause of catheter early removal. In the literature few studies have addressed vascular and perivascular lesions and complications as the result of central venous access to peripheral veins, given the difficulty of setting up venous catheterization experimental models to study blood vessels and perivascular tissue alterations after catheterization. In the present venous catheterization experimental model, rabbits were divided into two groups based on the time that the venous catheters were maintained in their veins. Group a composed of 7 New Zealand male rabbits was submitted to a 15-day treatment; and the 6 New Zealand male rabbits of group B were treated during 90 days. Both groups presented similar inflammatory conditions since there was no significant difference between groups. Therefore, the results may well suggest that the endothelial inflammatory reaction could have developed at an early initial short period and by maintaining the catheter, the inflammatory reactions would have decreased or disappeared. Aimed at studying these vascular and perivascular alterations in venous catheterization, the present study proposes an experimental rabbit model that allows the analysis of differences in local vascular and perivascular histological variations and compares histological differences between both venous catheterization groups each of them with different periods of treatment.
A percep??o da equipe de enfermagem em situa??o de morte: ritual do preparo do corpo "pós-morte"
Ribeiro, Maria Cecília;Baraldi, Solange;Silva, Marialia Paes da;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62341998000200004
Abstract: this paper intends verificated the significance of the patients' death in nursing professionals and the emotions during the prepare of his bodies. the dispositions were collected with 23 professionals at uti service in a hospital of s?o paulo city. the results shows some sad during the prepare of the body and the compreension that the time of the experience and the type of relationship make the different in this procedure.
Agroecological urban agriculture - strategy for health promotion and food and nutrition security
Silvana Maria Ribeiro,Elaine de Azevedo,Maria Cecília Focesi Pelicioni,Cláudia Maria Bógus
Revista Brasileira em Promo??o da Saúde , 2012,
Abstract: Objective: To raise considerations about the agroecological urban agriculture, in articulation with movements for promotion of health and food and nutrition security, with participation of local communities. Data synthesis: Documental research carried out through the reading and analysis of report, field activities’ records, participants’ testimonies and interview performed with the project coordinator. The contribution of agroecological urban agriculture was perceivable in regard to the community protagonism, popular participation, and the rising of feeding and environmental awareness among social actors. Conclusion: Relevant aspects in consonance with the principles and fields of action of Health Promotion were identified, especially the strengthening of intersetorial actions, the local community empowerment, individual and collective protagonism, creation of health-friendly environments and community mobilization.
Qualidade de vida relacionada à Saúde em Idosos com Insuficiência cardíaca: avalia??o com instrumento específico
Saccomann, Izabel Cristina Ribeiro;Cintra, Fernanda Aparecida;Gallani, Maria Cecília Bueno Jayme;
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-21002011000200004
Abstract: objective: to assess the quality of life in elderly patients with heart failure. methods: cross-sectional study conducted in two university hospitals. interviews were conducted with 170 elderly patients with heart failure in an outpatient setting. to assess the quality of life, the minnesota living with heart failure questionnaire was used. results: the results showed a minor impact of illness on the emotional dimension of quality of life. however, indicators related to the physical dimension, including fatigue and breathlessness, showed a greater impact on quality of life for elderly patients. the internal consistency of the instrument-specific to quality of life was high, indicating satisfactory reliability (α > 0.80). conclusion: this study enabled the assessment of quality of life of elderly patients living with heart failure, demonstrating that the physical dimension was the most compromised. it is essential to implement strategies to improve physical functioning in these patients.
Interven??o visando a auto-estima e qualidade de vida dos policiais civis do Rio de Janeiro
Andrade,Edson Ribeiro; Sousa,Edinilsa Ramos de; Minayo,Maria Cecília de Souza;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232009000100034
Abstract: the results here shown are part of an action-research that aimed to elaborate, apply and evaluate a pilot project for contributing to the mental health of rio de janeiro police officers. this research comprises both quantitative and qualitative approaches in an ex-ante and ex-post evaluation pattern. the subjects of this research were 148 police officers serving in a special division of the city of rio de janeiro police department (76 were placed in the experimental group and 72 in the control group, according to certain variables). the article focuses on the results of the assessment made through standardized scales of self-esteem (rosenberg scale), quality of life (whoqol-bref), and is complemented with a qualitative assessment using content analysis. the results show that interventions aimed at producing emotional support for police officers with emphasis on quality of life and self-esteem are possible and useful.
Avalia??o e caracteriza??o dos principais compostos químicos da aguardente de cana-de-a?úcar envelhecida em tonéis de carvalho (Quercus sp.)
Parazzi, Clóvis;Arthur, Cecília Marques;Lopes, Jorge José Correa;Borges, Maria Teresa Mendes Ribeiro;
Ciência e Tecnologia de Alimentos , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-20612008000100028
Abstract: brazilian sugar cane spirit or "cacha?a" is very appreciated for its typical aroma and flavour, which can even be improved by ageing the sugar cane spirit in wood barrels. during the ageing period, many transformations may occur and some new compounds can be incorporated or formed while others disappear. the aim of this work was to evaluate the effect of the wood on the quality and chemical composition of sugar cane spirits when aged in oak barrels. twelve samples of sugar cane spirit were stored in oak barrels and in glass containers, under the same conditions. the samples for analyses were obtained every three months during a three year period. alcohol content and acetaldehyde, ethyl acetate, polyphenol, methyl alcohol, n-butylic, n-propylic, isobutylic, isoamylic, acidity and copper contents were determined. the results showed significant differences between the sugar cane spirits stored in oak barrels and in glass containers. the concentration of all the components analyzed showed significant differences, except for n-butylic. on the other hand, the components stored in glass containers remained in the same concentration, except for ethyl acetate. the material of the containers and the storage period interfere with the chemical characteristics and the quality of sugar cane spirit.
Espongofauna da área de Prote??o Ambiental Meandros do rio Araguaia (GO, MT, TO), Brasil, com descri??o de Heteromeyenia cristalina sp. nov. (Porifera, Demospongiae)
Batista, Twiggy C. A.;Volkmer-Ribeiro, Cecília;Mel?o, Maria da Gra?a G.;
Revista Brasileira de Zoologia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-81752007000300013
Abstract: the protected area "meandros do rio araguaia" encompasses a stretch of the river araguaia with its complex network of seasonally flooded meanders and tributaries. a survey was undertaken aiming to set the background for a future correlation of the sponge fauna with some of the distinct aquatic habitats and their physical, chemical and productivity characteristics, as well as with the spicule contents in their sediments. the sampling was undertaken at four low (2002-2005) and two high (2004-2005) water periods at 27 gps referred stations. h. cristalina sp. nov. is described and included in the key for the sponges at the surveyed area.
Aproveitamento alternativo da casca do maracujá-amarelo (Passiflora edulis F. Flavicarpa) para produ??o de doce em calda
Oliveira, Lenice Freiman de;Nascimento, Maria Rosa Figueiredo;Borges, Soraia Vilela;Ribeiro, Paula Cecília do Nascimento;Ruback, Viviane Ribeiro;
Ciência e Tecnologia de Alimentos , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-20612002000300011
Abstract: passion fruit peel is a by-product of the juice industry and its processing into preserve is proposed as alternative use. the aims of the work were to select the best syrup concentration for the preserve and test its acceptability among consumers of different ages. the physical characteristics of the fruits were evaluated and the peel composition was determined, the sensory evaluation method of paired comparisons was used to select the best sucrose concentration and the consumer (children, teenagers and adults) acceptance was evaluated using a 5 points hedonic scale. no significant differences were found among the test concentrations but with a 55°brix syrup showed more than 80% acceptance at all age groups and the preference was significantly higher among children.
Mulheres e cuidado: bases psicobiológicas ou arbitrariedade cultural?
Carvalho, Ana Maria Almeida;Cavalcanti, Vanessa Ribeiro Simon;Almeida, Maria Alice de;Bastos, Ana Cecília de Sousa;
Paidéia (Ribeir?o Preto) , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-863X2008000300002
Abstract: this study examines practices and conceptions regarding caregiving as a female role, both from the psychobiological and historical-cultural perspectives. data suggest greater participation of women in caregiving tasks. the psychobiological approach is based on the argument of higher female parental investment, which would justify specializations and predisposition to caregiving. the historical-social argument emphasizes the identification with models as basic mechanism for cultural preservation of gender roles. the attempt is to achieve a synthesis that unveils the deep interactions between biology and history, nature and culture, as a starting point for overcoming these already dull dichotomies.
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