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Fabiana Burdini Margonato1, Ademir Peres de Souza2, Eliane AparecidaMiranda Muller2, Natália Ariel Beltrami2, Regina Aparecida Santos Costa2,Terezinha da Concei??o Da Silvai2
SaBios : Revista de Saúde e Biologia , 2007,
Abstract: After the analysis of the main health problems with communitarian leaders from Jardim Modelo - Campo Mour o, a group ofNursing academics from Integrado College considered to implant a Domiciliary Orchard project as part of curricular activities ofCommunitarian Project disciplines. During this discipline, students carried out partnership with Agronomy academics. Diabeticand hypertensive families interested to participate in the project were registered. Afterward, oriented by a nutritionist, visits tofamilies were carried out to inform about alimentary habits and the manner of manipulating food. After the end of discipline theproject was changedded in an extension. This research aimed to evaluate, in short-term, the phase of families’ cadastre andorientation. Domiciliary visits were carried out, in which, questionnaires about the importance of hyposodic diet and correctmanipulation of foods were applied. Interviews with people whom did not accept to participate in the project were carried out, inorder to identify the main reasons about the not acceptance. Results demonstrate that orientations given by academics havebeen of great value for the improvement of life quality of inhabitants, therefore changes in alimentary habits were observed,which reveal the importance of the implantation of prevention actions.
Fabiana Burdini Margonato1, Dirce Cotrim2; Dirce Mári Bodner de Freitas2;Ivanilda Vieira de Camargo2; Maria Aparecida da Costa2; MarivaniaMenegarde2; Ritha de Kássia Widerski2
SaBios : Revista de Saúde e Biologia , 2007,
Abstract: The intervention project “Recreation lecture about hypertension and diabetes” aimed to promote education in health and tostimulate self-care among diabetic and hypertensive patients, by the formation of a group with monthly meetings involvingacademics, workers in health and the community. This study has the objective of evaluate the development of diabetic andhypertensive groups that initiated with a recreation lecture given by nursing graduating academics from Integrado College fromCampo Mour o, Paraná, in corporation with a group of the Family Health Program from the Basic Health Unit from JardimModelo. To evaluate the intervention, the academics came back to the unit after the second meeting and interviewed participantusers from the group and communitarian health agents (CHA). An increase in the number of participants from the first to thesecond day of activity has been observed. Participants have demonstrated satisfaction with the intervention carried out byacademics which has motivated the CHA to continue the work. Thus, it has been concluded that the interaction betweenacademics, health services and community was efficient to the development of diabetic and hypertensive groups, collaboratingto health promotion among users that carry such illnesses.
Ecological aspects of the casque-headed frog Aparasphenodon brunoi (Anura, Hylidae) in a Restinga habitat in southeastern Brazil
Daniel Oliveira Mesquita,Gabriel Corrêa Costa2,Mariana G. Zatz
Phyllomedusa : Journal of Herpetology , 2004,
Abstract: We describe some aspects of the ecology of Aparasphenodon brunoi, a species associated with bromeliads. We comment on the relationships of this species with bromeliad size, microhabitat use, diet and sexual dimorphism. This study was conducted on a Restinga habitat near Presidente Kennedy, state of Espírito Santo, southeastern coast of Brazil. When the animals were found inside the bromeliads, we measure bromeliad and head size of frogs. We analyzed stomach contents and determined the sex and reproductive condition. We found 17 individuals (58.6%) in bromeliad leafs, six (20.7%) in Cactaceae, three (10.3%) in liana and three (10.3%) on trunks. The correlation between head measurements and bromeliad size were high, indicating that animals apparently use bromeliads based on their size, which could be related to the minimization of water loss. The most common prey items were beetles, ants, and insect larvae, suggesting that the species is relatively generalist in prey consumption. Aparasphenodon brunoi showed significant sexual size and shape dimorphism with females having larger bodies than males (size) and females having tibia, eye diameter and SVL larger than males (shape), but larger sample size and more detailed ecological and life history data are needed to elucidate the factors that have led to sexual size dimorphism.
Variabilidade genética de isolados de Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cubense obtidos de bananais do norte de Minas Gerais
Santos, Telma Miranda dos;Costa, Marcia Regina;Xavier, Adelica Aparecida;Nietsche, Silvia;Fernandes, Thiago Prates;Pereira, Gleice Viviane Nunes;
Revista Brasileira de Fruticultura , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-29452011000200014
Abstract: banana is one of the most consumed tropical fruits in the world, accounting for approximately 10% of world trade in fruits. panama disease, caused by fusariumoxysporum f. sp. cubense is a major disease of banana. rapd marker have been used for taxonomic studies, analysis of variability of virulence in pathogenic fungi, characterization of races and variability inter and intra-specific populations from different regions. the objective of present study was to evaluate the genetic variability of 36 isolates of f. oxysporum f. sp. cubense using rapd marker. thirteen rapd primers were selected and data analysis was performed using the similarity coefficient of nei and li. a total of 178 bands were obtained, of which 167 (93.82%) showed polymorphism at least two isolates and only 11 (6.18%) showed monomorphism, demonstrating the high variability among isolates. the genetic distances ranged from 5.7 to 54.6%, and the average distance of 30.2%. according to cluster analysis (upgma) no correlation among isolates were found. the results suggest a high genetic variability among isolates and no correlation between molecular groupings and their geographical origin were observed.
Padroniza??o de condi??es para detec??o de DNA de Leishmania spp. em flebotomíneos (Diptera, Psychodidae) pela rea??o em cadeia da polimerase
Paiva, Byanca Regina de;Secundino, Nagilá Francinete Costa;Pimenta, Paulo Fillemon Paulocci;Galati, Eunice Aparecida Biacnhi;Andrade Junior, Heitor Franco;Malafronte, Rosely dos Santos;
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-311X2007000100010
Abstract: the correct identification of etiological agents in vector insects is crucial for epidemiological studies. identification of flagellates in such vectors, usually by dissection of the digestive tract and microscopic observation of the contents as well as attempts at parasite isolation from insects in culture media, have proven operationally inadequate and with poor diagnostic specificity, since female sand flies are also hosts for other flagellates like trypanosoma and endotrypanum. due to the efficiency and specificity of dna target sequence amplification by polymerase chain reaction (pcr), the latter could be used to investigate the presence of leishmania in sand flies, although the insects need to be properly stored and the leishmania dna extracted using appropriate methodology. this paper describes methodologies to standardize sand fly storage and leishmania dna extraction in such specimens as a more practical method in field studies.
Desenvolvimento e valida??o de método analítico para a determina??o de sulfassalazina em suspens?o oral: compara??o do método espectrofotométrico e de cromatografia líquida de alta eficiência (CLAE)
Costa, Mayre Aparecida Borges da;Ricci-Júnior, Eduardo;Santos, Elisabete Pereira dos;Mansur, Claudia Regina Elias;Campos, Vania Emerich Bucco de;
Química Nova , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-40422012000400028
Abstract: sulfasalazine is a prodrug used in the treatment of the chron's disease and rheumatoid arthritis. two analytical methods for analysis of sulfasalazine in oral suspension were validated using spectrophotometric and hplc. there is not any pharmacopoeic method to assay sulfasalazine in oral suspension. the methods are insurance and fast execution for the quality control. both, suspension and tablets 500 mg (azulfin?) had been analyzed by methods using uv/vis and hplc and the results were satisfactory.
A constru??o de uma escala de estratégias de aprendizagem para alunos do ensino fundamental
Boruchovitch, Evely;Santos, Acácia Aparecida Angeli dos;Costa, Elis Regina da;Neves, Edna Rosa Correia;Cruvinel, Miriam;Primi, Ricardo;Guimar?es, Sueli Edi Rufini;
Psicologia: Teoria e Pesquisa , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-37722006000300006
Abstract: although learning strategies are important tools for schooling process, there is a lack of national instruments to evaluate their knowledge by brazilian students. therefore, the objectives of this paper are to describe the steps necessary for the construction of a scale to evaluate the learning strategies for basic education students and to present the preliminary study of its psychometric properties. it is also discussed the utility of this instrument for diagnosis, intervention and prevention in school and educational psychology.
Treinamento em nata??o com baixa intensidade n?o protege músculo esquelético contra les?es induzidas por exercício exaustivo em ratos
Silva, Edson da;Maldonado, Izabel Regina dos Santos Costa;Matta, Sérgio Luís Pinto da;Maia, Giselle Carvalho;Bozi, Luíz Henrique Marchesi;Silva, Karina Ana da;Castro, Cynthia Aparecida;Natali, Ant?nio José;
Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-86922011000300012
Abstract: while regular aerobic exercise promotes beneficial adaptations to the skeletal muscle, acute exhaustive exercise causes structural damage to the skeletal muscle cells. the aim of this study was to verify whether a low-intensity swimming program protects the skeletal muscles against damage induced by exhaustive exercise. male wistar rats (weight: 376.50 4.36g; age: 90 days) were randomly divided into four groups: sedentary control (sc, n=8); sedentary submitted to exhaustive test (se, n=7); swimming trained (tn, n=7); swimming trained submitted to exhaustive test (tne, n=7). animals of tn and tne groups were submitted to a swimming regimen without overload for 90 min/day, 5 days/wk, during 17 weeks. forty-eight hours after the last training session, animals from se and tne groups were submitted to an exhaustive exercise protocol. at sacrifice, fragments of soleus and rectus femoris muscles were collected and submitted to histological analysis and heat shock protein (hsp70) expression measurement. the results showed that the time until exhaustion was greater in the ste than in se group (125.0 6.00 vs. 90.0 8.48 min, respectively, p<0.05). the levels of blood lactate during exhaustive exercise were lower in animals from tne than se (5.31 ± 0.22 vs. 876 ± 0.59 mmol/l, respectively, p<0.05)the frequency of damaged fibers in the muscles was greater in se (soleus: 34.86±0.04; rectus femoris: 37.57 ± 0.07) and ste (soleus: 41.57±0.08; rectus femoris: 39.57 ± 0.05), compared to groups sc (soleus: 13.88±0.81; rectus femoris: 16.75 ± 0.79) and st (soleus: 24.14±0.06; rectus femoris: 24.0 ± 0.05), respectively (p<0.05). there was no significant difference at the hsp70 levels of the analyzed muscles among the four groups (p>0.05). in conclusion, although a low-intensity swimming training increased the animals' performance in the exhaustive exercise test, it did not protect their skeletal muscles against damage induced by exhaustive exercise
Préparation des étudiants de l’Université de S o Paulo aux savoir-faire académiques fran ais : Les démarches pour la définition d’un programme de cours FOU
Regina Teresa Santos Machado -,Heloisa Albuquerque Costa
Synergies Monde , 2012,
Abstract: Les programmes d’échanges internationaux entre les universités fran aises et brésiliennes ont augmenté dans la dernière décennie, ce qui a fait augmenter aussi la mobilité étudiante vers la France. A l’Université de S o Paulo, 237 étudiants sont partis entre 2009/2010, d’après les données d’EduFrance, pour parfaire leur formation dans des universités fran aises. Il est important pour ces étudiants avant de partir, d’avoir une préparation pour une meilleure intégration à la nouvelle vie universitaire, car ils devront faire face à un système universitaire différent du leur y compris la compréhension orale des cours et la présentation des travaux écrits selon les règles rédactionnelles fran aises. Parmi la diversité d’étudiants de plusieurs filières disciplinaires dans l’Université de S o Paulo, nous avons choisi de centrer notre travail dans le domaine des sciences humaines, car c’est le public avec lequel nous travaillons déjà et donc le plus proche pour un accompagnement et des ajustements.
Crian?as/adolescentes em quimioterapia ambulatorial: implica??es para a enfermagem
Costa, Juliana Cardeal da;Lima, Regina Aparecida Garcia de;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692002000300007
Abstract: hospitalization was common in the care to the child with cancer. however, a great focus is being given to dehospitalization, whose viability occurred through the outpatient clinic follow up, the outpatient clinic chemotherapy, the day-hospitals and/or home care. this paper aims at analyzing the difficulties that the families face at the home environment when their children or adolescents are submitted to the outpatient clinic chemotherapy. the study was developed at the chemotherapy room of the university of s?o paulo hospital at ribeir?o preto school of medicine and the empirical data were collected through semi-structured interviews with the children's parents in january and february, 2000. results showed the following difficulties: changes in family daily life, health team inefficient communication; self-image alteration and chemotherapy side effects. this work enabled access to information that is of real interest in the care to children and/or adolescents with cancer and their families. based on empirical data, authors elaborated a booklet on home care.
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