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Compacta??o primária do abomaso em 14 bovinos no estado de Pernambuco
Camara, Ant?nio Carlos Lopes;Afonso, José Augusto Bastos;Costa, Nivaldo de Azevêdo;Mendon?a, Carla Lopes de;Souza, Maria Isabel de;
Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-736X2009000500005
Abstract: despite the frequent use of dry and fibrous roughage for feeding cows in many regions, especially during the dry season, impaction of the abomasum has been poorly reported in brazil, probably because the condition is misdiagnosed by practitioners. the present paper aimed to accomplish a retrospective study on primary abomasal impaction in 14 cattle from pernambuco state, northeastern brazil. eight moderate cases, without severe abdominal distention and with no rumen compaction, were treated conservatively, and four severe cases, with severe abdominal distention and rumen compaction, were treated surgically. one bull was slaughtered and one cow died without treatment. the greater number of abomasal impaction cases was in holstein cows with six cases (42.9%), followed by crossbred cattle with five cases (35.8%), and the breeds brown-swiss, nelore and marchigiana, each with one case (21.3%). the food composition was characterized by low quality fibers and varied greatly among cases. most frequent clinical signs were apathy, dehydration, hypomotility and ruminal bloat, intestinal hypomotility and scanty or absent feces with mucus. the hematological findings revealed leukocytosis with neutrophilia and hyperfibrinogenemia in most cases. ruminal fluid analysis showed compromised flora and fauna dynamics and increased chlorine ion concentration. clinical (4/8) and chirurgical (2/4) recovery rate achieved 50%. the clinical and chirurgical methods remain as viable options for the treatment of light and severe impaction, but the prognosis is always reserved especially when associated to late pregnancy.
Fatores de risco, achados clínicos, laboratoriais e avalia??o terapêutica em 36 bovinos com deslocamento de abomaso
Camara, Ant?nio Carlos Lopes;Afonso, José Augusto Bastos;Costa, Nivaldo de Azevêdo;Mendon?a, Carla Lopes de;Souza, Maria Isabel de;Borges, José Renato Junqueira;
Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-736X2010000500014
Abstract: the continuous genetic selection for high milk production in association with greater digestive capacity and corporal depth increases the susceptibility for abomasopathies including abomasal displacement. the present work aimed to accomplish a retrospective study on abomasal displacement in 36 cattle attended at bovine clinic, garanhuns campus, federal rural university of pernambuco, through january 2000 to february 2009. twenty seven cases of right abomasal displacement, six cases of left abomasal displacement and three of abomasal volvulus were diagnosed. eleven moderate cases, without severe abdominal distention, appetite for roughage and metallic sound (“ping”) reaching at the most the 8th intercostal space were treated conservatively, and 20 severe cases with moderate to severe abdominal distention associated to systemic disturbances were treated surgically. two cows were euthanized due to diffuse peritonitis or severe alterations in the abomasal serosa totalizing 18 animals submitted to the surgical treatment. two animals were slaughtered and three cows arrived prostrated and died without receiving any treatment. risk factor analysis identified rainy season as statistically significant. the greater number of abomasal displacement was in crossbred cows with 24 cases (66.6%), followed by holstein and gir cattle with 11 (30.5%) and one (2.9%) cases, respectively. food composition varied greatly and characterized by excess of carbohydrates and in most cases low quality fibers. most frequent clinical signs were apathy, dehydration, light to severe ruminal bloat with reduced or absent motility, splashing sound during right flank ballottement, ping and a distended viscera-like structure in the side of the displacement; liquid, blackish and fetid feces. hematology reveals leukocytosis with neutrophilia and hyperfibrinogenemia in most cases. ruminal fluid analysis showed compromised flora and fauna dynamics and increased chloride ion concentration in 93.9% of the cases
Análise dos fatores relacionados a 60 casos de distocia em ovelhas no Agreste e Sert?o de Pernambuco
Camara, Ant?nio Carlos Lopes;Afonso, José Augusto Bastos;Dantas, Alexandre Cruz;Guimar?es, Janaina Azevedo;Costa, Nivaldo de Azevêdo;Souza, Maria Isabel de;Mendon?a, Carla Lopes de;
Ciência Rural , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84782009005000198
Abstract: the aim of the present study was to report the main dystocia causes in sheep in agreste and semiarid region of pernambuco and to evaluate some factors related to their occurrence, besides of determining the efficiency of the treatment choices. the higher incidence of dystocia occurred in rainy season corresponding to 61.7%. results showed a major predominance of maternal dystocia (71.6%) over fetal dystocia (29.4%) with higher incidence in primiparous and gemelar pregnant santa inês ewes. the main maternal dystocia was ringwomb while fetal dystocia was maldisposition in anterior presentation. maternal survival rate correspond to 100% and 88.6%, while lambs achieved 41.2% and 46.7% after obstetrical maneuver and caesarean section, respectively, with predominance of unviable lambs in both procedures. obstetrical maneuver and left flank cesarean section remain as safe options for the treatment of sheep dystocia and are also important coadjutants in minimizing the economical impact that this disease causes in pernambuco.
Intoxica??o espontanea por vagens de Prosopis juliflora (Leg. Mimosoideae) em bovinos no Estado de Pernambuco
Camara, Ant?nio Carlos L.;Costa, Nivaldo de Azevêdo;Riet-Correa, Franklin;Afonso, José Augusto B.;Dantas, Ant?nio F. M.;Mendon?a, Carla Lopes de;Souza, Maria Isabel de;
Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-736X2009000300008
Abstract: three outbreaks of poisoning by prosopis juliflora pods are reported in the semiarid region of the state of pernambuco, northeastern brazil, in cattle grazing in fields invaded by the plant or ingesting mesquite beans as a concentrate food. in two farms the disease occurred sporadically. in another, 112 (9.28%) cattle out of 1206 were affected, 84 (6.96%) died due to emaciation, and 28 (2.32%) gained weight after the pods had been withdrawn from the feed. main clinical signs were progressive weight loss, atrophy of the masseter muscles, dropped jaw, tongue protrusion, difficulties in prehending food, tilting the head during mastigation or rumination, salivation, impaired swallowing, and decreased tone of the tongue. the hematology reveals hypoproteinemia and anemia. gross lesions were emaciation and reduction in size of the masseter muscles, which appear thinner than normal and grayish due muscular atrophy. degeneration of neurons of the trigeminal motor nuclei, wallerian degeneration of the trigeminal nerve roots, and muscular atrophy of the masseter muscles with substitution by fibrous tissue were observed on histologic examination. for the prevention of the poisoning is necessary to limit the amount of mesquite beans in animal nutrition. it is also necessary to develop research to determine the economic and sustainability of the use of prosopis juliflora for animal food, human food or other uses such as charcoal, wood and fuel wood.
Ensino de Bioética: um desafio transdisciplinar
Azevêdo, Eliane Elisa de Souza e;
Interface - Comunica??o, Saúde, Educa??o , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-32831998000100007
Abstract: due to the fact that bioethics is an area of knowledge which encompasses several disciplines, and due to its rapid development in a short time, academic challenges have been produced. the teaching of bioethics has become a new experience which has no definite didactic model. it is clear that traditional teaching, which is based on a disciplinary concept, has not been efficient to allow a complete understanding of bioethics. bioethics deals with knowledge in the cross-roads of several disciplines, suggesting a transdisciplinary concept for its teaching. bioethics philosophical foundation, as those developed in european countries, strengthens its transdisciplinary dimension and recognizes anthropology (cultural and philosophical), as the theoretical support for its teaching. thus, considering that brazilian and european cultural and moral values are relatively similar, the european concept of bioethics seems to be more adequate to support the teaching of bioethics in brazil.
ESTUDO DO PROTEINOGRAMA E DOS MINERAIS COBRE, FERRO E ZINCO NO SORO EM OVELHAS DA RA A SANTA INêS COM MASTITE EXPERIMENTAL POR Staphylococcus aureus
Nivaldo de Azevêdo Costa,Luis Carlos Valeriano Sim?o,Rogério Adriano dos Santos,José Augusto Bastos Afonso
Ciência Animal Brasileira , 2009,
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Intoxica??o por Solanum paniculatum (Solanaceae) em bovinos
Guaraná, Eduardo Levi de Sousa;Riet-Correa, Franklin;Mendon?a, Carla Lopes de;Medeiros, Rosane M.T.;Costa, Nivaldo de Azevêdo;Afonso, José Augusto Bastos;
Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-736X2011000100009
Abstract: outbreaks of a disease of the nervous system are reported in cattle in three farms in the agreste region of the state of pernambuco. morbidity, mortality and fatality rates varied from 3 to 25%, 0 to 20% and 0 to 60%, respectively. a weed found in large amounts in the pastures was identified as solanum paniculatum. clinical signs were characterized by transitory, periodic attacks with loss of balance, incoordinated gait, neck and head extension, hypermetria, intention tremors, nystagmus, and falls. the attacks were induced when the animals were disturbed or by the application of the head raising test. two cows showed permanent signs including ataxia, abnormal posture, staggering gait with limbs in abduction, intention tremors, hypermetria, and progressive weight loss. histological lesions in one cow were fine vacuolation of the cerebellar purkinje neurons with marginalization of the nucleus. loss of purkinje neurons with proliferation of bergmann astrocytes and wallerian degeneration with axonal spheroids in the granular layer and cerebellar white matter were also observed. neuronal vacuolation and axonal spheroids were observed in the gracillis nucleus. in one cow that stayed for approximately 10 months in an area free of s. paniculatum with permanent signs, there was a severe depletion of purkinje neurons in the cerebellum. the granular and molecular layers were reduced and depleted of cells. considering that the toxic compound of s. paniculatum is unknown, and that the plant is largely used as a medical plant, it is necessary to take into account the risk of human poisoning.
Cardiovascular Risk Assessment in the Nursing Team of a Cardiology Hospital  [PDF]
Marcela Paulino Moreira da Silva, Claudinalle Farias Queiroz de Souza, Kelly Cristina Torres Lemes, Dandara Nayara Azevêdo Dantas, Anne Karoline Candido Araújo, Tatiana Maria Nóbrega Elias, Rejane Maria Paiva de Menezes, Bertha Cruz Enders
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2016.67057
Abstract: Objective: Cardiovascular diseases are the most common causes of morbidity and the leading cause of mortality in the world scenario, accounting for about 20% of all deaths in individuals over 30 years. It has attributed this to the increase in the company’s exposure to risk factors. It identifies cardiovascular risk factors in the nursing team and compares the cardiovascular risk by Framingham score among professionals of middle and upper working in a referral hospital in cardiology. Method: Cross-sectional quantitative study was conducted in 2014, in a reference hospital in cardiology located in Recife/Pernambuco, Brazil. Data of cardiologic risk factors were collected from 82 nursing team members, comprised of technical, auxiliary nurses, and nurses between 30 and 74 years of age. The cardiovascular risk level was evaluated by the Framingham Score. Data were organized and analyzed by means of the SPSS, with descriptive statistics and Student-t test for the continuous variables. Results: Family history, stress and sedentary life style were the prevalent risk factors in more than half of the professionals. Only 5.23% of the technical and auxiliary nurses had a high risk score for cardiovascular event. Conclusion: The data indicates a low cardiovascular risk for these professionals and the presence of risk factors that can be modified. Health surveillance of these professionals is necessary in order to avoid a change to a risk of greater vulnerability.
Caracteriza??o imuno-histoquímica de les?o híbrida de ameloblastoma desmoplásico e convencional
Santos, Jean Nunes dos;De Souza, Veronica Ferreira;Azevêdo, Roberto Almeida;Sarmento, Viviane Almeida;Souza, Lélia Batista;
Revista Brasileira de Otorrinolaringologia , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-72992006000500020
Abstract: ameloblastoma is a benign epithelial odontogenic tumor and is the most commonly encountered odontogenic tumor in the jaws. histologically, ameloblastomas occur in different patterns, including plexiform pattern and follicular pattern. "hybrid " lesion of ameloblastoma is a tumor variant in which histologically, areas of follicular or plexiform ameloblastoma coexist with characteristic areas of ameloblastoma exhibiting pronounced stromal desmoplasia (desmoplastic ameloblastoma). the purpose of this article is to present a case of "hybrid" lesion of desmoplastic ameloblastoma (ad) and conventional, and investigate extracellular matrix proteins such as tenascin, fibronectin, and type i collagen.
Exigência líquida de zinco, cobre e ferro para cordeiros em pastejo no semiárido = Net requirements of zinc, copper and iron to grazing lambs in semiarid
Rodrigo de Souza Mendes,Aderbal Marcos de Azevêdo Silva,Guilherme de Lira Sobral Silva,Giovanna Henriques da Nóbrega
Acta Scientiarum : Animal Sciences , 2010,
Abstract: Este trabalho teve por objetivo determinar as exigências líquidas de zinco (Zn), cobre (Cu) e ferro (Fe) de cordeiros Santa Inês em pastejo na regi o semiárida. Os animais com peso vivo entre 20 e 30 kg apresentaram conteúdo corporal no peso de corpo vazio (PCV) para esses minerais de 60,26 a 76,37 mg kg-1, 10,78 a 16,72 mg kg-1 e 133,44 a 126,98 mg kg-1, respectivamente. Observou-se que com o aumento do PCV, as concentra es de Cu e Zn também aumentavam, enquanto a de Fe diminuía. As exigências líquidas para cordeiros em regime de pastejo variaram de 1,69 a 7,86 mg dia-1 para Cu e 7,20 a 27,4 mg dia-1 para Zn. Os resultados obtidos no presente trabalho, para exigências desses minerais, foram maiores do que as exigências dietéticas recomendadas pelo do NRC (1985), que s o de 7 a 11 mg, com máximo de 25 mg e de 20 a 30 mg, com máximo de 750 mg kg-1 de alimento, para Cu e Zn, respectivamente. As exigências líquidas de Fe variaram de 8,46 a 26,66 mg dia-1, e portanto, menores do que as recomendadas pelo NRC (1985) para este mineral que s o de 30 a 50 mg kg-1 de alimento. This work had as an aim determine the net requirements of Zinc (Zn), Copper (Cu) and Iron (Fe) of Santa Inês lambs raised grazing in the semi-arid area. Animals with body weight between 20 e 30 kg showed corporea contents in empty body weight (EBW) in these minerals from 60.26 to 76.37 mg kg-1, 10.78 to 16.72 mg kg-1 and from 133.44 to126.98 mg kg-1, respectively. It was observed that increasing the PCV increased Cu and Zn concentration but decreased the Fe concentratiêson. The net requirements for lambs under pasture varied from 1.69 to 7.86 mg day-1 for Cu and from 7.20 to 27.4 mg day-1 for Zn. The results obtained in the present experiment suggest that the dietary requirements in Cu and Zn are higher than those recommended by NRC (1985), between 7 and 11 mg, with a maximum value of 25 mg for Cu and between 20 and 30 mg, with a maximum of 750 mg kg-1 of food for Zn, respectively. The net requirements for Fe varied from 8.46 to26.66 mg day-1 and were lower than that recommended by NRC (1985) for this mineral, from 30 to 50 mg kg-1 of diet.
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