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O reparo "ético" da parede abdominal The "ethical" repair of the abdominal wall
Renato Miranda de Melo
Revista do Colégio Brasileiro de Cirurgi?es , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/s0100-69912011000200002
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Reconstruindo a parede abdominal: o advento de uma técnica Rebuilding the abdominal wall: the birth of a technical
Renato Miranda de Melo
Revista do Colégio Brasileiro de Cirurgi?es , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/s0100-69912010000600013
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"Hérnias complexas" da parede abdominal Complex abdominal wall hernias
Renato Miranda de Melo
Revista do Colégio Brasileiro de Cirurgi?es , 2013,
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O contexto do desenvolvimento de nadadores medalhistas olímpicos brasileiros
Renato Melo Ferreira
Motriz: Revista de Educa??o Física , 2010, DOI: 10.5016/1980-6574.2010v16n3p810
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Síndrome da unha amarela
Maciel, Renato;Melo, Andréia Cristina de;Carvalho, Emanuella Braga;
Jornal Brasileiro de Pneumologia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1806-37132005000500016
Abstract: yellow nail syndrome is a rare disorder characterized by three main features: discoloration of the nails, together with dystrophic alterations; lymphedema; and pleural effusion. it is often accompanied by bronchiectasis and chronic rhinosinusitis. herein, we report a case of the complete syndrome with bilateral pleural effusion in a patient under treatment for pulmonary tuberculosis for nine months. there was a family history of two similar cases in siblings.
Vancomycin use in a hospital with high prevalence of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus: comparison with Hospital Infection Control Practices Advisory Committe Guidelines (HICPAC)
Melo, Daniela Oliveira de;Sasaki, Marli;Grinbaum, Renato Satovschi;
Brazilian Journal of Infectious Diseases , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-86702007000100014
Abstract: this study evaluates vancomycin prescribing patterns in a tertiary-care hospital, with high prevalence of methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus, comparing with the guidelines proposed by the hospital infection control practices advisory committee. the study was conducted in a 930-bed tertiary-care hospital, during 40 days (march 10 to april 30, 2003). data were collected of all patients given vancomycin, using a standardized chart-extraction form designed. inappropriate use was subdivided in five categories: empiric therapy without risk factors; continued empiric use for presumed infections in patients whose cultures were negative for beta-lactam-resistant gram-positive microorganisms; treatment of infections caused by beta-lactam-sensitive gram-positive microorganisms, without allergy history to beta-lactam antimicrobials; treatment in response to a single blood culture positive for coagulase-negative staphylococcus, if other blood cultures taken during the same time frame were negative; systemic or local prophylaxis for infection or colonization of indwelling central or peripheral intravascular catheters. of 132 orders, 126 (95.4%) were considered to have been appropriate. of these 126 prescriptions, 31 (24.6%) were administered for treatment of proven gram-positive infections (78.1% of those were mrsa), 1 (0.8%) for beta-lactam allergy and 95 (75.4%) for empiric treatment of suspected gram-positive infections. the majority of the patients (88.6%) have used antimicrobial recently (3 months). the mean pre-treatment hospitalization period was 14±15 days. of the 132 treatments, 105 (79.5%) were nosocomial infections. in the institution analyzed, the vancomycin use was considered conscientious. reduction in use of glycopeptide may be obtained by adaptations the cdc criteria, or by improvement of diagnostic criteria.
Níveis críticos de boro no solo e na planta para cultivo de mudas de maracujazeiro-amarelo
Prado, Renato de Melo;Natale, William;Rozane, Danilo Eduardo;
Revista Brasileira de Fruticultura , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-29452006000200034
Abstract: it was objectified to evaluate the application of boron to the substratum of production of yellow passion fruit cuttings, for the establishment of the critical levels of the b in the soil and the plant. the experimental design used was randomized blocks with 5 treatments and 4 replications. the doses of boron were: 0; 0,25; 0,50; 0,75 and 1,00 mg dm-3 of b. all the plants received doses of n, p, k and zn of 300; 100; 150 and 5,0 mg dm-3, respectively. the experiment was lead in vases with 2.0 dm3 of substratum of a typic haplorthox. after 70 days of the sowing were evaluated: height, leave numeric, dry matter, nutritional status of plants and soil nutrients. the passion fruit plant seedlings answered to the boron application in soil with low concentration of 0,06 mg dm-3 of b, extracted with hot water. the highest development of the plants was associated with the level of b 0,5 mg dm-3 and the content of 0,4 mg dm-3 of b in soil end content of 22 mg of b kg-1 in the aerial part.
Decoder for Nonbinary CWS Quantum Codes
Nolmar Melo,Douglas F. G. Santiago,Renato Portugal
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: We present a decoder for nonbinary CWS quantum codes using the structure of union codes. The decoder runs in two steps: first we use a union of stabilizer codes to detect a sequence of errors, and second we build a new code, called union code, that allows to correct the errors.
Non-Pauli Observables for CWS Codes
Douglas F. G. Santiago,Renato Portugal,Nolmar Melo
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: It is known that nonadditive quantum codes are more optimal for error correction when compared to stabilizer codes. The class of codeword stabilized codes (CWS) provides tools to obtain new nonadditive quantum codes by reducing the problem to finding nonlinear classical codes. In this work, we establish some results on the kind of non-Pauli operators that can be used as decoding observables for CWS codes and describe a procedure to obtain these observables.
Kerion Celsi por Microsporum gypseum
Melo-Monteiro, Coaraci;Martins, Carlos José;Monteiro, Cristina de Sousa;Paiva, Maria Bandeira de Melo;Fagundes, Renato de Oliveira;
Anais Brasileiros de Dermatologia , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0365-05962003000300008
Abstract: the authors report a case of kerion celsi caused by microsporum gypseum in a 3-year-old boy. the literature was reviewed and demonstrated the significance of the case.
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