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Accidents at work and its impact on a hospital in Northern Portugal
Martins, Matilde Delmina da Silva;Silva, Norberto Anibal Pires da;Correia, Teresa Isaltina Gomes;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692012000200002
Abstract: in order to describe accidents at work at a hospital in northern portugal and analyze their main impact in the period from 2008 to 2010, we conducted a retrospective cross-sectional study. the information was obtained from the notification records of accidents at work for 387 workers. the highest prevalence levels of accidents referred to superior health technician (56.1%), female workers (81.9%), in the age group 30-39 years (37.2%), with a secondary education degree (55.8%), working in shifts (72.4%) and in-patient services (35.9%). needle pricks were the main cause (45.7%) and hands were the main injury location (37.5%). wounds (32.6%) were the most frequent type of injury, followed by sprains and strains (23%). in total, 27.4% resulted in absence from work, with sprains and strains as the main reason. preventive strategies should be adopted, aiming to promote these workers' health.
Contribui??o da rea??o de micro-hemaglutina??o passiva para o Treponema pallidum (MHA-TP) no líquido cefalorraqueano ao diagnóstico de neurossífilis
Machado, Aluízio de Barros Barreto;Bassi, Gilberto Eduardo;Silva, Sueli Matilde da;Guglielmo, Sandra;
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 1988, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X1988000400005
Abstract: a quantitative micro-hemagglutination test for antibodies to treponema pallidum (mha-tp) was evaluated in 25 cerebrospinal fluid (csf) samples obtained from patients with neurosyphilis (ns group) and in 7 csf samples of patients with reactive serologic tests for syphilis (sts -). these data were compared to treponemal and nontreponemal tests. the mha-tp was reactive in all of the 25 ns group samples, the fta-abs and the complement fixation of wassermann (cfw) were in 24 and the vdrl. in only 9. in the 7 sts+ samples (sts+ group), the mha-tp was reactive in 6, the fta-abs in all of them and the nontreponemal tests were nonreactive. results analyses support conclusion the clinical diagnosis of ns must be complemented by cytoproteic dual and immunological treponemal and nontreponemal assays in csf. the mha-tp test was as sensitive as fta-abs and required less technical and interpretative skills, contributing in association to cfw to ns diagnosis.
Macrocospic and physiochemical characterization of a sugarless and gluten-free cake enriched with fibers made from pumpkin seed (Cucurbita maxima, L.) flour and cornstarch
Gorg?nio, Cristiane Mesquita da Silva;Pumar, Matilde;Mothé, Cheila Gon?alves;
Ciência e Tecnologia de Alimentos , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-20612011000100015
Abstract: the consumers' interest for products with caloric reduction has increased, and their development is a technological challenge. the consumption of cakes has grown in importance and the demand for dietary products has stimulated the use of sweeteners and the optimization of bakery products. the consumption of fibers is related to chronic diseases prevention. pumpkin seeds (maximum cucurbita, l.), rich in fibers, can be used as a source of fiber in food products. a gluten-free diet is not easy to follow since gluten free products are not always available. the objective of this work was to perform a physicochemical characterization of cakes prepared with flours blends (fb) based on pumpkin seed flour (psf). the cakes were elaborated with fb in the ratios of 30:70 (c30) and 40:60 (c40) of psf and cornstarch (cs), respectively. the results showed gluten absence and near-neutral ph. the chemical analysis of c30 and b40 showed increase of ashes, lipids, proteins, and insoluble dietary fiber and a decrease in the content of carbohydrates and calories. the chemical composition of c40 presented the greatest content of lipids, proteins, and dietary fibers, the lowest content of calories, and the best physical parameters. therefore, both products proved suitable for human consumption.
A??es afirmativas: polêmicas e possibilidades sobre igualdade racial e o papel do estado
Santos, Sales Augusto dos;Cavalleiro, Eliane;Barbosa, Maria Inês da Silva;Ribeiro, Matilde;
Revista Estudos Feministas , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-026X2008000300012
Abstract: the article analyses the importance of the role of the state for the implementation of public policies of affirmative action, especially for black students to enter public higher education. it argues that affirmative action is one of the alternatives to reduce or minimize the inequality in this field between black and white students and/or students from public schools and private schools, in particular by means of one of its techniques of implementation: the quota system. in spite of there being various arguments against the quota system, the authors concentrate on debating or counter-arguing only one: that the quota system may generate racial conflicts in brazil.
Management of pain in the newborn: literature review
Natália Romana Ferreira Lemos, Edilaine Assun??o Caetano, Soraia Matilde Marques, Denis da Silva Moreira
Revista de Enfermagem UFPE On Line , 2010,
Abstract: Objective: to outline the evolution of concepts of pain in the newborn and measures for its control. Methodology: this is a descriptive literature study from the literature review type. The articles used were published in the last decade, from 1998 to 2008. Data collection took place between August and September 2008. To search the Virtual Health Library (VHL) and other sources were used descriptors: nursing, pain and newborn. Were considered thirty-five publications they are referred to the aim of this study. The texts were read, analyzed, organized and classified according to the following categories: concept and management of pain in infants. Results: the pain is discussed since the dawn of humanity and studied by several civilizations. At first it was believed that the newborn did not feel pain, today not only does the pain of the RN as something scientifically proven, but it also proposes measures for its control. These measures are pharmacological and nonpharmacological. Conclusion: Despite technological advances and studies, perceived that it is scarce literature on the subject and also there are few studies related to pain in neonatal nursing. Further studies are needed to further investigations and improvement of care in neonatology.
As práticas lúdicas no cotidiano do cuidar em enfermagem pediátrica
Brito, Tábatta Renata Pereira de;Resck, Zélia Marilda Rodrigues;Moreira, Denis da Silva;Marques, Soraia Matilde;
Escola Anna Nery , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-81452009000400016
Abstract: although the playfultherapy has therapeutic value in the hospitalization and need to be incorporate in the process of taking care in pediatric nursing, her use is not effective in the brazilian institutions. being like this, it is aimed to apprehend from the academics of nursing doing playful practices with children hospitalized during the professional studies. methodologically was adopted the approach qualitative phenomenological, with sample of 16 academics of the eighth period of the nursing course at the universidade federal de alfenas, after free consent and clarification. it was used open interviews with the subject oriented: how are the playful activities applied in the daily of work in pediatric unit? the results are evidenced by the categories motivation/gratification, lack of pledge and initiative, and impotence. consequently, it was considered that the insert of the playful in pediatrics is a gradual process, and that doing playful practices implicates in reviewing the academic studies, turning the articulation strong and coherent teaching/research/extension, for the contents to emphasize the humanization and the assistance integralization.
Preventive effect of fluoridated orthodontic resins subjected to high cariogenic challenges
Passalini, Paula;Fidalgo, Tatiana Kelly da Silva;Caldeira, Erika Machado;Gleiser, Rogerio;Nojima, Matilde da Cunha Gon?alves;Maia, Lucianne Cople;
Brazilian Dental Journal , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-64402010000300006
Abstract: the aim of the present study was to evaluate the in vitro caries preventive effect of fluoridated orthodontic resins under ph cycling with two types of acid demineralizing saliva. brackets were bonded to 60 bovine incisors, using either transbond plus color change (n=30) or orthodontic fill magic (n=30) orthodontic resins. each group of resin was divided into 3 subgroups (n=10): immersion in remineralizing artificial saliva for 14 days, ph cycling with high cariogenic challenge in acid saliva with ph 5.5, and acid saliva with ph 4.5. after 14 days of ph cycling, the caries preventive effect on the development of white spot lesion was evaluated considering the presence of inhibition zones to white spot lesions using two scores: 0= absence and 1= presence. kruskal wallis and mann-whitney tests (a=0.05) were used. formation of white spot lesions was observed only under ph cycling using acid saliva with ph 4.5; with transbond plus color change being significantly more effective (p<0.05) in preventing the appearance of white spot lesions effect than orthodontic fill magic. the acidity of the demineralizing solution influenced the formation of white spot lesions around orthodontic brackets under highly cariogenic conditions. transbond plus color change resin presented higher caries preventive effect than orthodontic fill magic.
Mechanical properties of one and two-step fluoridated orthodontic resins submitted to different pH cycling regimes
Passalini, Paula;Fidalgo, Tatiana Kelly da Silva;Caldeira, Erika Machado;Gleiser, Rogério;Nojima, Matilde da Cunha Gon?alves;Maia, Lucianne Cople;
Brazilian Oral Research , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1806-83242010000200012
Abstract: the aim of this study is to assess the in vitro shear bond strength and adhesive remnant index (ari) of one and two-step fluoridated orthodontic resins under conditions that simulate high cariogenic challenge. edgewise brackets for maxillary central incisors were randomly bonded to 80 bovine incisors, using either transbondtm plus color change orthodontic resin and a self-etching primer adhesive (g1; n = 40) or orthodontic fill magic with a conventional acid-etch technique (g2; n = 40). each group of resin (n = 10) was divided into: immediate shear (a- pre-cycling control), immersion in artificial remineralizing saliva (neutral saliva) for 14 days (b- post-cycling control) and ph cycling with high cariogenic challenge (c- acid saliva with ph 5.5 and d- acid saliva with ph 4.5). after 14 days of ph cycling, the shear bond strength and ari were evaluated. considering the shear bond strength, transbondtm plus color change resin was stronger than orthodontic fill magic when it was submitted to high cariogenic challenge (p < 0.05). also transbondtm plus color change resin showed better adhesion to enamel than orthodontic fill magic, in all situations evaluated (p < 0.05). it could be concluded that transbondtm plus color change resin presented better shear bond strength and adhesive remnant index when submitted to high cariogenic challenge, in comparison with orthodontic fill magic.
Efeitos do tratamento neonatal com inibidor seletivo de recaptura da 5-HT sobre o desenvolvimento anat?mico cranio-encefálico
Magalh?es, Carolina Peixoto;Lima, Luciene Oliveira de;Silva, Matilde Cesiana da;Marinho, S?nia Maria Oliveira Cavalcanti;Nascimento, Elizabeth do;Silva, Cristiano Mendes da;Souza, Sandra Lopes de;Manh?es-de-Castro, Raul;
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X2006000600019
Abstract: neonatal repercussion researched of the serotonin selective recapture inibitor (ssri) chronic treatment about the somatic growth, of the encephalon and skull. male rats were divided into groups: control (nacl) and cit (10 μl/kg citalopram 10 mg). in 21 post birth days were measured body weight, side axle , front and rear and skull circle. at 8, 15, 22 days after birth, animals were sacrified for the encephalon withdrawal to evaluate the measurements mentioned above. ssri use caused body growth deficit, skull and encephalon reduction. the retard is possibly caused by the magnitude change of the trophic serotonin action over the skull-facial morphogenesis, reinforcing the serotoninergic system participation over the somatic and ontogenic growth. the ssri possible hypophagic effects are not discarded.
Oxidation of 2-Hydroxynevirapine, a Phenolic Metabolite of the Anti-HIV Drug Nevirapine: Evidence for an Unusual Pyridine Ring Contraction
Alexandra M. M. Antunes,Muna Sidarus,David A. Novais,Shrika G. Harjivan,Pedro P. Santos,Jo?o L. Ferreira da Silva,Frederick A. Beland,M. Matilde Marques
Molecules , 2012, DOI: 10.3390/molecules17032616
Abstract: Nevirapine (NVP) is an anti-HIV drug associated with severe hepatotoxicity and skin rashes, which raises concerns about its chronic administration. There is increasing evidence that metabolic activation to reactive electrophiles capable of reacting with bionucleophiles is likely to be involved in the initiation of these toxic responses. Phase I NVP metabolism involves oxidation of the 4-methyl substituent and the formation of phenolic derivatives that are conceivably capable of undergoing further metabolic oxidation to electrophilic quinoid species prone to react with bionucleophiles. The covalent adducts thus formed might be at the genesis of toxic responses. As part of a program aimed at evaluating the possible contribution of quinoid derivatives of Phase I phenolic NVP metabolites to the toxic responses elicited by the parent drug, we have investigated the oxidation of 2-hydroxy-NVP with dipotassium nitroso-disulfonate (Frémy’s salt), mimicking the one-electron oxidation involved in enzyme-mediated metabolic oxidations. We report herein the isolation and full structural characterization of a 1H-pyrrole-2,5-dione derivative as a major product, stemming from an unusual pyridine ring contraction.
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