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Lymphogranuloma venereum and non-Hodgkin lymphoma: a case report
Passos, Mauro Romero Leal;Arze, Wilma Nancy Campos;Passos, Felipe Dinau Leal;Faria, Priscilla Frauches Madureira de;Varella, Renata Queiroz;Passos, Mariana Dinau Leal;Ferreira, Dennis de Carvalho;
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0037-86822012000300029
Abstract: lymphogranuloma venereum (lgv) is an uncommon, contagious, sexually transmitted disease (std). we report a case of a 17-year-old teenager who presented with a 2-month-old ulcerous vegetant lesion in the right inguinal region. the patient was diagnosed with lgv and received erythromycin treatment. three months after treatment, he presented with a new ulcerous lesion, very similar to the previous one, in the right supraclavicular region. he was diagnosed with a diffuse large b-cell non-hodgkin lymphoma. both diseases are rare in rio de janeiro city, brazil, and physicians should not neglect the possibility of stds in such cases.
Investors Perception Regarding Depository Services
Nancy
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Depository is an organization which holds securities of investors in electronic form. The objectives ofdepository system are to reduce the time for transfer of securities, to avoid the risk of settlement of securities, toenhance liquidity and efficiency, to reduce cost of transaction for the investor, to create a system for the centralhandling of all securities, to promote the county's competitiveness by complying with global standards, to provideservice infrastructure in a capital market.In this article, Investigator gave brief overview about depository participants, eligibility criteria for DPsand the legal framework of Depository system in India. In research, investigator has used a structured questionnairefor eliciting the required responses relating to Depository Services from the general public. For the purpose ofsecondary data books, articles, reports, annual reports of the stock exchanges, news papers and internet has beenused.
Bacterias Patógenas en Carne de Cangreja Comercializado Fresco y Pasteurizado. Maracaibo, Venezuela.
Morillo,Nancy; Rondón,Ineria; Valero-Leal,Kutchynskaya; Uzcátegui-Bracho,Soján;
Revista Científica , 2007,
Abstract: the blue crab (callinectus sapidus) is an important fishery recourse in venezuela, 99% of its production is exported to usa. the objective of this study was to determine the presence of sthaphylococcus aureus, salmonella spp., vibrio cholerae and listeria monocytogenes in fresh (fc) and pasteurized (pc) crab meat in their different commercial cuts (jumbo lump, lump, special, claw y cocktail claw). a total of 415 samples, conformed by 275 fc samples (55 of each commercial cut) and 140 pc samples (28 samples by cut), "provident from processing plants of zulia state, were analyzed". for the isolation and identification of pathogens, covenin venezuelan and fda norms was followed. bacterial pathogens were isolated from fc samples but in pc they were no present. 112 s .aureus (40.7%), 107 salmonella spp. (38.9%), 83 v. cholerae (30.1%) and 2 l. monocytogenes (0.72%) were isolated. statistical analysis showed no significative differences (p>0.01) in commercial cuts of fc meat regarding to bacterial pathogens isolated from each one. the isolation of bacterial pathogens in fc meat represents a risk to the consumer health, taking account the risk of cross contamination that may establish during the foods elaboration.
Predictors of Retention and Passing the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses  [PDF]
Nancy Elkins
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2015.53026
Abstract: Using Seidman’s retention formula as a theoretical foundation, this study investigated historical data from a Bachelor of Science (BSN) nursing program to determine whether the admission variables of the preprogram grade point averages (GPA), American College Testing (ACT) scores, anatomy and physiology course grades, and/or the Health Education System Inc. (HESI) Exit Exam scores could predict completing the nursing program, as well as passing the NCLEX-RN. A significant relationship (p < 0.01) was identified between the preprogram GPA, ACT scores, anatomy grades, and the HESI Exit Exam scores with the completion of the BSN program and passing the NCLEX-RN.
Pharmacogenomics: The Significance of Genetics in the Metabolism of Natural Medicines  [PDF]
Nancy W. Hanna
Journal of Biomaterials and Nanobiotechnology (JBNB) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jbnb.2012.34046
Abstract: Natural products have been implemented in medicine through use as herbal medications, chemical compound extraction for prescription medication, or a natural source of food to fight various infections and diseases. Genetics has played a role in identifying various interactions between existing drugs and side effects. In addition, various food allergies have been identified with children in recent years, suggesting genetic associations between certain populations carrying specific genetic alleles. The recent availability of genomic data and our increased understanding of the effects of genetic variations permit a quantitative examination of the contribution of genetic variation to efficacy or toxicity of compounds derived from natural sources. The identification of target molecules relevant for diseases allows screening for natural products capable of inhibiting targets which can lead to the development of rational treatment of various diseases including neurobiological disorders, cancer, osteoporosis, and cardiovascular diseases. This allows for more opportunities to predict the response of individual patients. Identification of genetic variations that arose as a consequence of naturally occurring compounds will help identify gene alleles, or protein ligands that can affect the pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetics of the natural products in question. In addition, diet modification and precautions to food products can be identified to help consumers limit or increase certain food intake. Understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying these interactions and their modification by genetic variation is expected to result in the development of new drugs that optimize individual health. We expect that strategies for individualized therapies will lead to improved results for patients.
Building Trust: Children Experiences with Food Allergies at Summer Camp  [PDF]
Sydney Leibel, Nancy Fenton
Health (Health) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/health.2016.814143
Abstract: Introduction: The objective of this study was to explore the experiences and perceptions of children with food allergies at summer camp. Methods: Qualitative draw-and-tell interviews were conducted with 14 food allergic individuals aged 5 - 12 years to capture their lived experience with food allergies at summer camp. Results: Four key interdependent themes: trust, accommodation, proactive parents and coping strategies were identified in how children perceive their food allergies in unregulated summer camp environments.
Development and Preliminary Validation of the Older Adult Service Usage Assessment  [PDF]
Nancy J. Karlin
Advances in Aging Research (AAR) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/aar.2017.64007
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This study provides information on the development and factor scaling, validity, and reliability of a newly developed community service utilization measure (Older Adult Service Usage Assessment-OASUA). Analyzes indicate the OASUA can be used to assess current perceived community service use and satisfaction, as well as providing an indication for future service use and potential service needs with older persons. Additional data collection sites should be identified and a broader sample obtained so as to confirm the psychometric properties of the instrument in conjunction with further development of the OASUA.
Composición proximal, mineral y contenido de colesterol del músculo longissimus dorsi de novillos criollo limonero suplementados a pastoreo
Uzcátegui-Bracho,Soján; Rodas-González,Argenis; Hennig,Karelys; Arenas de Moreno,Lilia; Leal,Merlis; Vergara-López,Juan; Jerez-Timaure,Nancy;
Revista Científica , 2008,
Abstract: longissimus dorsi samples were obtained from 23 criollo limonero (cl) steers, that were subjected to supplementation treatments (at 36 months of age), during 158 d of fattening on pasture, as follows: t1= a non-suplemented (control) group, grazing on echinochloa polystachia grass; t2= grazing plus 1 kg/d/head of a concentrate to 11% crude protein (cp), and t3= grazing plus 1h/d of pruning an arboreal legume (leucaena leucocephala). after postmortem, muscles samples were removed from their carcasses to study the effects of supplementation on the proximal (content of protein, moisture, total lipids and ash) and mineral composition (ca, mg, na, k, fe, zn, mn, cu, and p), cholesterol content. analysis of variance was conducted by the least squares method. the variance analysis did not reveal significant effect (p>0.05) of the supplementation treatments on the proximal composition, cholesterol and mineral content in the longissimus dorsi muscle. meat derived from criollo limonero steers showed low levels of total lipids and cholesterol, which indicated that meat derived from these animals could be marketed as light meat or low in fat.
Há aumento de dst no carnaval? Série temporal de diagnósticos em uma clínica de DST
Passos, Mauro Romero Leal;Arze, Wilma Nancy Campos;Mauricio, Cagy;Barreto, Nero Araujo;Varella, Renata de Queiroz;Cavalcanti, Silvia Maria Baeta;Giraldo, Paulo Cesar;
Revista da Associa??o Médica Brasileira , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-42302010000400014
Abstract: objective: sexually transmitted diseases (std) are often the cause for search for medical assistance. media campaigns on std/aids presume that exposure to sexual risk practices during carnival is greater than in other periods of the year. the objective here is to study the temporal distribution of first consultations in a std clinic, from january, 1993, to december, 2005, to verify whether there is a seasonal increase of std after carnival. methods: two thousand, six hundred and fifty six (2,656) records of patients who had received a diagnosis of gonorrhea, syphilisor trichomoniasis were selected. these patients at the time had looked for assistance at the std division of the universidade federal fluminense, in niterói, state of rio de janeiro, brazil. the standardized mean of the number of consultations during those 13 years, month by month, and year by year was observed in the statistical analysis and also smoothed series by the lowess method and by the deterministic method of the variable mean was considered. results: july and august showed an increased number of diagnoses for gonorrhea and syphilis, while in june and july there was a concentration of trichomoniasis diagnoses. gonorrhea presented its highest value in may, tending to a reduction until august. a constant number of syphilis diagnoses was noted between may and august, with a decreased number in january and february, reaching a peak in november. the seasonal behavior of trichomoniasis showed the greatest number of diagnoses in july, with a consistent reduction tendency until december, and an increase from january on. conclusion: the carnival period has no influence on the increase of gonorrhea, syphilis and trichomoniasis diagnoses in patients observed in a std clinic in niterói, rio de janeiro.
Viral etiology among the elderly presenting acute respiratory infection during the influenza season
Watanabe, Aripuan? Sakurada Aranha;Carraro, Emerson;Candeias, Jo?o Manuelo Grisi;Donalísio, Maria Rita;Leal, élcio;Granato, Celso Francisco Hernandes;Bellei, Nancy;
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0037-86822011000100005
Abstract: introduction: acute respiratory tract infections are the most common illness in all individuals. rhinoviruses have been reported as the etiology of more than 50% of respiratory tract infections worldwide. the study prospectively evaluated 47 elderly individuals from a group of 384 randomly assigned for acute respiratory viral infections (cold or flu) and assessed the occurrence of human rhinovirus (hrv), influenza a and b, respiratory syncytial virus and metapneumovirus (hmpv) in botucatu, state of s?o paulo, brazil. methods: forty-nine nasal swabs collected from 47 elderly individuals following inclusion visits from 2002 to 2003 were tested by genscan rt-pcr. hrv-positive samples were sequenced for phylogenetic analysis. results: no sample was positive for influenza a/b or rsv. hrv was detected in 28.6% (14/47) and hmpv in 2% (1/47). of 14 positive samples, 9 isolates were successfully sequenced, showing the follow group distribution: 6 group a, 1 group b and 2 group c hrvs. conclusions: the high incidence of hrv during the months of the influenza season requires further study regarding hrv infection impact on respiratory complications among this population. infection caused by hrv is very frequent and may contribute to increasing the already high demand for healthcare during the influenza season.
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