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Infant mortality and prenatal care: contributions of the clinic in the light of Canguilhem and Foucault
Figueiredo, Paula Pereira de;Lunardi Filho, Wilson Danilo;Lunardi, Valéria Lerch;Pimp?o, Fernanda Demutti;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692012000100026
Abstract: this review study aimed to verify how studies conducted in brazil have related infant mortality to prenatal care and to present contributions of the clinic in the light of canguilhem and foucault for qualification of the care. an integrative literature review was conducted from searches in the databases scielo, lilacs, medline and bdenf for the period 2000 to 2009. the relationship between infant mortality and prenatal care is related to the insufficient number of consultations or to the quality of the care provided. even when the number of and routine consultations in the prenatal care were adequate, avoidable deaths were present. for the qualification of prenatal care, it is suggested that the clinical knowledge and other elements that comprise the process of human living are considered, in order that the clinical view is enlarged and articulated to the technologies available in the health system and, together, they are able to contribute to the reduction of infant mortality in brazil.
Quantas medidas de press?es respiratórias s?o necessárias para se obterem medidas máximas em pacientes com tetraplegia?
Gastaldi, Ada Clarice;Freitas Filho, Getúlio Antonio de;Pereira, Ana Paula Manfio;Silveira, Janne Marques;
Coluna/Columna , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1808-18512010000200009
Abstract: introduction: maximum inspiratory (ipmax) and expiratory (epmax) pressures constitute a simple noninvasive method for evaluation of respiratory muscle strength which helps in the identification of muscle weakness usually present in several diseases and clinical situations, such as quadriplegia. objective: to assess the number of maneuvers needed to achieve maximum pressures in patients with quadriplegia. methods: eight quadriplegic patients (seven men) with mean age of 37.8 ± 11.96 years old and presenting with diagnosis of complete spinal cord lesion were submitted to 10 measurements of ipmax and epmax in both seated and supine positions, totalizing 320 measurements. data were compared by using the wilcoxon's test (p<0.05). results: the 1st and 10th measurements of ipmax and epmax for seated position ranged from 74.1±15.1 to 74.8±19.8 cmh2o and 32.4±6.8 to 32.4±9.0 cmh2o, respectively; whereas for supine position such measurements ranged from 76.5±18.6 to 91.1±13.3 cmh2o (p<0.05) and 32.5±5.8 to 32.9±5.1 cmh2o, respectively. the results regarding the 3rd and 5th measurements of ipmax for seated position were 81.1±19.5, 81.5±18.8, and 83.0±18.9 cmh2o; whereas epmax had 35.0±8.2; 35.3±7.9, and 36.8±8.0 cmh2o. ipmax values for seated position were 90.3±17.8, 94.6±16.0, and 97.4±17.8 cmh2o (p<0.05), whereas epmax had 33.3±5.8, 35.6±5.4, and 36.9±4.9 cmh2o. the highest value occurred from the 6th measurement in 40% of the tests. conclusions: to obtain maximum values for respiratory pressures in quadriplegic patients, it is necessary to repeat the measurements at least 10 times for each evaluation.
Quantas medidas de press?es respiratórias s?o necessárias para se obterem medidas máximas em pacientes com tetraplegia?
Gastaldi, Ada Clarice;Freitas Filho, Getúlio Antonio de;Pereira, Ana Paula Manfio;Silveira, Janne Marques;
Coluna/Columna , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1808-18512009000400013
Abstract: introduction: maximum inspiratory (pimax) and expiratory (pemax) pressures are a simple non-invasive method for evaluation of respiratory muscle strength that helps in the identification of muscle weakness, usually present in several diseases and clinical situations, such as quadriplegia. objective: to assess the number of maneuvers needed to achieve maximum pressures in patients with quadriplegia. methods: eight quadriplegic patients (seven men) with mean age range of 37.8±11.96 years old and diagnosed with complete spinal cord lesion were submitted to ten measurements of pimax and pemax in both seated and supine positions, totalizing 320 measurements. data were compared by using the wilcoxon's test (p<0.05). results: the 1st and 10th measurements of pimax and pemax for seated position ranged from 74.1±15.1 to 74.8±19.8 cmh2o and 32.4±6.8 to 32.4±9.0 cmh2o, respectively; whereas for supine position these measurements ranged from 76.5±18.6 to 91.1±13.3 cmh2o (p<0.05) and 32.5±5.8 to 32.9±5.1 cmh2o, respectively. the results regarding the 3rd and 5th measurements of pimax for seated position were 81.1±19.5 cmh2o, 81.5±18.8 cmh2o, and 83.0±18.9 cmh2o; whereas pemax had 35.0±8.2 cmh2o; 35.3±7.9 cmh2o, and 36.8±8.0 cmh2o. pimax values for seated position were 90.3±17.8 cmh2o, 94.6±16.0 cmh2o, and 97.4±17.8 cmh2o (p<0.05), whereas pemax resulted in 33.3±5.8 cmh2o, 35.6±5.4 cmh2o, and 36.9±4.9 cmh2o). the highest value occurred from the sixth measurement in 40% of the tests. conclusion: as to obtain maximum values for respiratory pressures in quadriplegic patients, it is necessary to repeat each measurement at least ten times.
Determina??o de Cd e Pb: avalia??o de sedimentos do Rio Jundiaí - SP e Ribeir?o Piraí - SP e lodo proveniente de uma esta??o de tratamento de esgotos
Souza, Silvéria Neves de Paula e;Fadini, Pedro Sérgio;Pereira-Filho, Edenir Rodrigues;
Química Nova , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-40422009000900025
Abstract: jundiaí river is the main stream in the jundiaí hydrographic basin and its water is not considered safe for public supply. the water problem is getting worse with the development of the region. the pirai stream, have been one of the last potable water resource. with the purpose of investigating the sediment quality, due to its influence on the water quality, bioavailable and total cd and pb were determined using ts-ff-aas. total cd and pb up to 2.47 and 24.7 μg g-1 were measured, respectively. the wastewater sludge showed concentrations of 4.01 and 171 μg g-1, for the same metals.
Classificando fraturas do rádio com raio-X e tomografia
Yunes Filho, Paulo Roberto Miziara;Pereira Filho, Miguel Viana;Gomes, Fabiano Cortese Paula;Medeiros, Rodrigo Serikawa de;Paula, Emygdio José Leomil de;Mattar Junior, Rames;Zumiotti, Arnaldo Valdir;
Acta Ortopédica Brasileira , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-78522009000200001
Abstract: introduction: this study evaluated the interobserver reliability of plain radiograpy versus computed tomography (ct) for the universal and ao classification systems for distal radius fractures. patients and methods: five observers classified 21 sets of distal radius fractures using plain radiographs and ct independently. kappa statistics were used to establish a relative level of agreement between observers for both readings. results: interobserver agreement was rated as moderate for the universal classification and poor for the ao classification. reducing the ao system to 9 categories and to its three main types reliability was raised to a "moderate" level. no difference was found for interobserver reliability between the universal classification using plain radiographs and the universal classification using computed tomography. interobserver reliability of the ao classification system using plain radiographs was significantly higher than the interobserver reliability of the ao classification system using only computed tomography. conclusion: from these data, we conclude that classification of distal radius fractures using ct scanning without plain radiographs is not beneficial.
Patient with Down syndrome and implant therapy: a case report
Soares, M?nica Regina Pereira Senra;Paula, Fernanda Oliveira de;Chaves, Maria das Gra?as Afonso Miranda;Assis, Neuza Maria de Souza Picorelli;Chaves Filho, Henrique Duque de Miranda;
Brazilian Dental Journal , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-64402010000600012
Abstract: patients with down syndrome may not be cooperative during dental treatment and, in cases of complex treatment, it is necessary to use oral or inhaled sedation and/or general anesthesia, which represent safe and efficient treatment resources. there are few reports about oral rehabilitation with dental implants in patients with down syndrome in the literature. this paper presents the case of a patient with down syndrome and moderate mental retardation who suffered avulsion of the maxillary left central incisor after a fall, and was treated by means of a single dental implant with immediate load carried out under general anesthesia. after 4 years of follow up, there has been improvement in the sleep obstructive apnea syndrome due to the use of a tongue crib adapted for providing esthetics and preserving the implant placed.
Eficácia do uso intraoperatório de mitomicina C na cirurgia do pterígio: análise de 102 casos
Silva, Rodrigo Salustiano Correa e;ávila, Marcos Pereira de;Paula, álcio Coutinho de;Morais Filho, Leiser Franco de;Rassi, Bruna Thomé;
Revista Brasileira de Oftalmologia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-72802012000200003
Abstract: purpose: measure of efficacy and the security of intraoperative of mitomycin c (mmc) in the pterygium surgery. methods: realized prospective analysis of 102 patients (204 eyes) divided in two groups submitted intraoperative mmc 0.02 % for 2 minutes or saline solution 0.9%. the patients were available in 1o, 7 o, 21o, 30o, 60o and 90o days of postoperative. results: the pterygium was more prevalence in females (58,33%). the age various 33 to 69 years. the recidive (9) was in the 90o po in the group of mmc. in the control group was identificated two recidives in 60 days. the complications found in mmc group were: ceratitis, lips edema, dehiscence of suture, ischemia, granuloma, corneal dellen and simblefaro. conclusion: the use of mmc was useful in reducing the rate of recurrence in pterygium compared to the use of saline solution, but its harmful effects must always be evaluated.
Influência da monensina no consumo e na fermenta??o ruminal em bovinos recebendo dietas com teores baixo e alto de proteína
Oliveira, Marcus Vinicius Morais de;Lana, Rogério de Paula;Jham, Gulab N.;Pereira, José Carlos;Pérez, Juan Ramón Olaquiaga;Valadares Filho, Sebasti?o de Campos;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982005000500038
Abstract: four ruminally fistulated holstein steers were fed four times a day (8 a.m., 11 a.m., 2 p.m. and 5 p.m.) with four diets with low and high protein content, with or without monensin, to verify the effect of monensin on feed intake and ruminal fermentation. diets contained (dry matter basis): low (11.4 %) and high (16.5%) crude protein content, 65% of brachiaria hay (brachiaria decumbens) and 35% of concentrate. corn and urea- and corn and soybean meal- based diets were, respectively, the concentrates of low and high protein content. the level of ionophore was of 28 mg of monensin/kg of dm intake. samples of ruminal fluid were collected from the animals two hours post-feeding. the experiment was analyzed as a latin square with four treatments and four animals. high protein content -based diets increased ruminal concentration of butyric acid and ammonia. feeding of diets with monensin, independently of the protein content, decreased dry matter intake, increased propionic acid concentration and decreased butyric acid, acetate:propionate ratio and specific activity of ammonia production . monensin with low protein content-based diet also decreased acetic acid concentration and incerased ruminal ph and microbial protein synthesis. no significant differences on the concentration of ruminal ammonia for diet with monensin were observed.
Marcadores moleculares RAPD e descritores morfológicos na avalia??o da diversidade genética de goiabeiras (Psidium guajava L.)
Gomes Filho, Aroldo;Oliveira, Jurandi Gon?alves de;Viana, Alexandre Pio;Siqueira, Ana Paula de Oliveira;Oliveira, Marcos Góes;Pereira, Messias Gonzaga;
Acta Scientiarum. Agronomy , 2010, DOI: 10.4025/actasciagron.v32i4.4720
Abstract: the knowledge of the genetic and phenotypic variability among different accessions of guava is important for supporting improvement programs of this specie in northern rio de janeiro state, which needs new cultivars able to generate income for local farmers. this work aimed to evaluate the genetic divergence among six cultivars and 19 accessions of guava via rapd molecular markers and morphological characteristics. one hundred and seventeen polymorphic markers were obtained from 28 primers. the results showed a partial agreement between the methods of studied groupings, with the formation of 12 groups. the accessions 'vita 3'and '6' were the most divergent, showing genetic distance of 0.663. the comparative analysis of groupings showed that rapd markers and morphological descriptors were effective in discriminating the accessions and to show potential genetic variability useful in genetic improvement programs.
Flexural strength of acrylic resin repairs processed by different methods: water bath, microwave energy and chemical polymerization
Arioli Filho, Jo?o Neudenir;Butignon, Luís Eduardo;Pereira, Rodrigo de Paula;Lucas, Matheus Guilherme;Mollo Junior, Francisco de Assis;
Journal of Applied Oral Science , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-77572011000300013
Abstract: denture fractures are common in daily practice, causing inconvenience to the patient and to the dentists. denture repairs should have adequate strength, dimensional stability and color match, and should be easily and quickly performed as well as relatively inexpensive. objective: the aim of this study was to evaluate the flexural strength of acrylic resin repairs processed by different methods: warm water-bath, microwave energy, and chemical polymerization. material and methods: sixty rectangular specimens (31x10x2.5 mm) were made with warm water-bath acrylic resin (lucitone 550) and grouped (15 specimens per group) according to the resin type used to make repair procedure: 1) specimens of warm water-bath resin (lucitone 550) without repair (control group); 2) specimens of warm water-bath resin repaired with warm water-bath; 3) specimens of warm water-bath resin repaired with microwave resin (acron mc); 4) specimens of warm water-bath resin repaired with autopolymerized acrylic resin (simplex). flexural strength was measured with the three-point bending in a universal testing machine (mts 810 material test system) with load cell of 100 kgf under constant speed of 5 mm/min. data were analyzed statistically by kruskal-wallis test (p<0.05). results: the control group showed the best result (156.04±1.82 mpa). significant differences were found among repaired specimens and the results were decreasing as follows: group 3 (43.02±2.25 mpa), group 2 (36.21±1.20 mpa) and group 4 (6.74±0.85 mpa). conclusion: all repaired specimens demonstrated lower flexural strength than the control group. repairs with autopolymerized acrylic resin showed the lowest flexural strength.
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