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Análise epidemiológica e emprego do teste rápido da urease em pacientes com úlcera péptica perfurada
Casali, Jairo Júnior;Franzon, Orli;Kruel, Nicolau Fernandes;Neves, Bruno Duarte;
Revista do Colégio Brasileiro de Cirurgi?es , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-69912012000200003
Abstract: objective: to analyze the epidemiological profile of patients with gastroduodenal ulcer perforation and verify if the presence of h. pylori in the peritoneal and intraluminal secretions of these patients can be assessed by rapid urease test. methods: we conducted a prospective, descriptive, cross-sectional study with data from patients in a hospital at a regional level, in patients with peptic ulcer. during surgery, we collected peritoneal fluid samples (in the vicinity of the perforation) and intraluminal secretion, sending them for culture and rapid urease test. results: fourteen patients were analyzed. the average age was 41.06 years, all men, whites (71.4%), smokers (57.2%), bmi <30 (85.7%), with a history of dyspepsia (78.6%). serology for h. pylori was positive in 84.6% of cases. the rapid urease test was positive in 78.6% of the samples of the digestive tract and 42.8% of samples from the peritoneal cavity; 41.6% were positive at both sites, 50% only in the digestive cavity and 8.4% only in the peritoneal cavity. of the 11 patients with positive serology for h. pylori, 100% were positive in at least one of the sites surveyed. conclusion: it was found that the incidence was lower than expected. there is significant association between infection with h. pylori and the occurrence of perforation. the presence of this pathogen can be assessed both by serology and by the realization of the rapid urease test from fluid collected in the peritoneal cavity and the gastric / duodenal lumen.
Operationalisation of the European Union security policy
Orli? Dejan
Medjunarodni Problemi , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/medjp0604414o
Abstract: The author explores the operational capability of the European defense policy in the last 3 years. From the creation and adoption of the European Security Strategy, the European Union has made several specific steps in the development of the European Security and Defense Policy. Despite the disagreements with the United States about Iraq and the internal divisions in the "New and Old Europe" EU has shown the ability to set new military and civilian goals, make a small, but effective battle group concept for crisis management and conflict prevention as well as the European Defense Agency. The author also describes the main operations and missions of EU in the world, ranging from the Balkans and Africa to the Middle East and Eastern Asia. Finally, the paper analyses the Constitution for Europe and the articles concerning ESDP.
The relationship between cognitive processing of affective verbal material and the basic personality structure
Orli? Ana
Psihologija , 2010, DOI: 10.2298/psi1003329o
Abstract: The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between cognitive processing of affective verbal material and the basic personality structure. For the purposes of research a new experiment was created, where affective priming was measured in a lexical decision task. The term affective priming stands for facilitation in recognition of the stimuli that comes after the presentation of stimuli of the same valence. In this experiment, two words were presented on a screen in front of the subject (stimuli-prime and stimuli-target). Those two words were of the same or different affective valence, and the subject's were instructed to respond whether the second word on the screen had a meaning or not. The basic personality structure was defined by the 'Big five' model and the Disintegration model and measured by NEO PI-R and Delta 10 questionnaires. The results of the affective priming experiment indicated a strong effect of positive facilitation and much weaker effect off negative facilitation. Two significant functions were extracted by quasicanonical correlation analysis. The first function showed correlation between the effect of positive facilitation and all of the subscales of Neuroticism, Extraversion and Conscientiousness (NEO PI-R), as well as all sub dimensions of Disintegration (DELTA 10). The second one indicated to a correlation between the negative facilitation effect and some subscales of Neuroticism, Extraversion and Agreeableness (NEO PI-R), as well as all subscales of Disintegration (DELTA 10).
Putative Cholinergic Interneurons in the Ventral and Dorsal Regions of the Striatum Have Distinct Roles in a Two Choice Alternative Association Task
Orli Yarom,Dana Cohen
Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience , 2011, DOI: 10.3389/fnsys.2011.00036
Abstract: The striatum consists of GABAergic projection neurons and various types of interneurons. Despite their relative scarcity, these interneurons play a key role in information processing in the striatum. One such class of interneurons is the cholinergic tonically active neurons (TANs). In the dorsal striatum, TANs are traditionally considered to be responsive to events of motivational significance. However, in recent years, studies have suggested that TANs are not exclusively related to reward and reward-predicting stimuli, but may contribute to other processes, including responses to aversive stimuli, detecting the spatial location of stimuli and generating movement. Currently there is little data concerning TAN activity in the ventral striatum (VS) of behaving animals. Here, we simultaneously recorded neurons in the ventral and the dorsolateral (DLS) regions of the striatum while animals performed a two choice alternative association task. Our data show that a large percentage of the putative TANs in both regions responded around movement initiation and execution. The majority of these neurons exhibited directional selectivity which was stronger in DLS relative to VS. In addition, the preferred directions in VS were mostly contralateral to the recording site whereas the observed preferred directions in DLS were equally distributed contralaterally and ipsilaterally to the recording site. The most interesting difference between DLS and VS was that DLS TANs maintained activity alterations throughout the movement whereas TANs in VS exhibited short-lasting phasic activity alterations that were maintained throughout the movement by different neurons. Our findings suggest that coding of movement by TANs in both regions overlaps to some degree, yet the differences in response patterns support the notion that the TANs in DLS participate in the motor loop whereas TANs in VS convey event-related information such as movement initiation, movement direction, and end of movement.
Compositional competitiveness for distributed algorithms
James Aspnes,Orli Waarts
Computer Science , 2003,
Abstract: We define a measure of competitive performance for distributed algorithms based on throughput, the number of tasks that an algorithm can carry out in a fixed amount of work. This new measure complements the latency measure of Ajtai et al., which measures how quickly an algorithm can finish tasks that start at specified times. The novel feature of the throughput measure, which distinguishes it from the latency measure, is that it is compositional: it supports a notion of algorithms that are competitive relative to a class of subroutines, with the property that an algorithm that is k-competitive relative to a class of subroutines, combined with an l-competitive member of that class, gives a combined algorithm that is kl-competitive. In particular, we prove the throughput-competitiveness of a class of algorithms for collect operations, in which each of a group of n processes obtains all values stored in an array of n registers. Collects are a fundamental building block of a wide variety of shared-memory distributed algorithms, and we show that several such algorithms are competitive relative to collects. Inserting a competitive collect in these algorithms gives the first examples of competitive distributed algorithms obtained by composition using a general construction.
Secrecy Reconsidered: Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) React to a Children’s Book on the Subject of Autism  [PDF]
Boganim Orli, Baratz Lea
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1105456
This study presents a qualitative narrative analysis of interviews conducted with 15 parents who have a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This study describes the perceptions of parents of children with regarding the secret that is present in their lives, after reading the children’s book. The theme of secrecy emerged indirectly and it exposed their experience as parents of a child with ASD. The book served as an instrument, on the one hand, while on the other hand, it constituted a medium that reflected the parents’ experience relevant to ASD.
ABCD indexado no Medline/Pubmed ABCD included in Medline/Pubmed
Cleber Kruel,Osvaldo Malafaia
ABCD. Arquivos Brasileiros de Cirurgia Digestiva (S?o Paulo) , 2012,
Diurnal internal tides detected in the Adriatic
H. Mihanovi , M. Orli ,Z. Pasari
Annales Geophysicae (ANGEO) , 2006,
Abstract: Strong diurnal oscillations, documented by temperature data that were collected along a submarine cliff on the Lastovo Island (southern Adriatic), are studied and compared with sea level and wind measurements at Dubrovnik and Komi a (island of Vis). Three thermistors were deployed at the depths of 15, 22 and 36 m between March 2001 and March 2002. Pronounced diurnal temperature oscillations were detected at 15 and 22 m during the stratified season. The correlation between the sea surface and thermocline displacements was highest in June 2001, when diurnal wind changes were not significant, while diurnal sea level oscillations achieved annual maxima. Thermocline oscillations were in phase with sea level changes. The range of diurnal sea surface variability was close to 19 cm, while the range of corresponding thermocline variability was about 5.4 m. The findings summarize the outcome of the first dedicated study of internal tides in the Adriatic.
Beyond LMS: Expanding Course Experience with Content Collaboration and Smart Assignment Feedback
Ivana Bosni?,Marin Orli,Mario ?agar
International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) , 2010, DOI: 10.3991/ijet.v5i4.1485
Abstract: Tools for content collaboration among students and teachers and automated assignment verification have been introduced to students of a third-year computing course. Collaborative work on lecture slides promotes content openness to students via a new open perspective and improves the quality of lectures among other benefits. Assignment verification helps students resolve most common problems giving immediate feedback on their submissions. WikiPres and ORVViS applications developed to assist in these tasks are introduced and presented.
Nutrition of pheasants under conditions of intensive agricultural production in the Vojvodina province
Jovanovi? Vojislav P.,Orli? Du?an B.
Zbornik Matice Srpske za Prirodne Nauke , 2004, DOI: 10.2298/zmspn0416081j
Abstract: We examined the content of crops in 672 pheasants of both sexes. The pheasants have been shot at all seasons of the year in different hunting grounds in the Vojvodina Province. Out of total number of pheasants, 145 were shot in the spring, 128 in the summer, 229 in the fall and 179 in the winter. The examined pheasant crops contained mostly the seeds of weeds and grasses (62.2%), culminating in the fall (67.7%), and green feed (61.6%), culminating in winter and spring (79.8% and 70.4%, respectively), while the other kinds of feed were found in a considerably smaller number of pheasants. According to the average number of consumed particles, the seeds of weed and grass were in the first place (374 pheasants), culminating in the fall (431 pheasants) while the numbers of particles of other feeds were considerably lower, from 78% to 93%. According to quantity, corn was in the first place with the annual average of 8.4 g that culminated in the winter (11.3 g). The average proportion between the herbal and animal parts in feed was 99.6: 0.4 g in favor of the herbal feed, with seasonal variations from 99.2: 0.8 g in the summer to 99.9: 0.1 g in the winter. Analyzing herbal proportions in feed we saw that generative plant parts prevailed over the vegetative parts (92.0 g and 7.6 g, respectively). The percentage of animal parts present in the rations of pheasants was reduced over last 30 years from 33.5% to 0.4%.
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