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An analysis of risk factors for arterial hypertension in adolescent students
Costa, Jonathan Veloso;Silva, Ana Roberta Vilarouca da;Moura, Ionara Holanda de;Carvalho, Rumo Batista Nunes de;Bernardes, Lais Evêncio;Almeida, Paulo César de;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692012000200011
Abstract: the objective of the study was to evaluate some risk factors for increases in systemic arterial blood pressure. this transversal study was carried out with 145 individuals from 12 to18 years of age at two state schools in the city of pico in the state of piauí in brazil. the majority were female (62.8%). the median age was 14.8 years (±3.19). it was ascertained that 13 of the subjects (9.0%) were overweight [ci% 73.0-86.0]. elevations in waist circumference were found in 31 (21.4%) and 76 (52.4%) had elevated arterial blood levels. there was no statistically-significant association between the above-cited risk factors and gender (p=0.088; 0.999; 0.204, respectively). however, 44.8% of the adolescents had at least one risk factor associated with arterial hypertension; 15.9% had two, and 2.1% had three. the study confirms the influence of the risk factors on arterial pressure values among adolescents. being aware of these factors means that nurses can intervene with health education measures.
Analysis of possible food/nutrient and drug interactions in hospitalized patients
Everton Moraes Lopes,Rumo Batista Nunes de Carvalho,Rivelilson Mendes de Freitas
Einstein (S?o Paulo) , 2010,
Abstract: Objective: To evaluate the prescription in relation to the possible interactions between drugs and foods/nutrients in the diets of patients in the Hospital Regional Justino Luz in the municipality of Picos, Piauí, Brazil. Methods: The sample consisted of 60 medical records of patients admitted at the hospital. The records were analyzed according to the presence or absence of interactions between drugs and foods/nutrients of the prescribed diets. Results: Of the 82 drugs prescribed in all periods, there were 16 drugs (19.5%) with possible interaction with food, a total of 60 interactions between nutrient/food and medicine. Thus, 18 (30%), 10 (17%) and 8 (13%) possible interactions were identified with captopril (cardiovascular drug) with acetylsalicylic acid (anti-inflammatory) and spironolactone (diuretic), respectively representing the highest numbers of interactions among the classes of investigated drugs. It was also found that the total interactions between food/nutrients and drugs, 32 (53%) accounted for interactions with cardiovascular drugs, 13 (22%) with anti-inflammatory drugs, 11 (18%) with diuretic agents e 4 (7%) with drugs that act on the digestive tract. Conclusion: There was a high number of interactions between food/nutrients and medicines emphasizing the need for prior knowledge of these interactions as a way to avoid impairment in the treatment, longer hospital stays and/or damage to the nutritional status of the patients.
Identification and analysis of antinutritional factors in possible interactions between medications and food/ nutrients in hospitalized patients
Adnny Fernanda Lima Campos,Savina Pereira Torres,Everton Moraes Lopes,Rumo Batista Nunes de Carvalho
Einstein (S?o Paulo) , 2011,
Abstract: Objective: To identify and analyze the presence of antinutritionalfactors in possible interactions between medications and foods/nutrients of the diets prescribed for patients of the Hospital Regional Justino Luz, in the city of Picos (PI) in order to suggest their likely mechanisms. Methods: The sample was made up of 120 medical records of hospitalized patients. The charts were analyzed to verify the presence or absence of interactions between medications andfoods/nutrients of the diets prescribed to the patients at the Hospital Regional Justino Luz, emphasizing the action of antinutritional factors in these interactions. Results: Of the 189 medications prescribed, 128 (67.7%) had a possible interaction with food, totaling up 98 possible interactions between nutrients/foods and medications. Therefore, 20 (20.4%), 12 (12.2%) and 11 (11.2%) possible interactions were identified with captopril, acetylsalicylic acid and spironolactone, respectively, representing, in this order, the greatest frequencies of possible interactions among drugs and foods. A total of nine antinutritional factors were found in seven vegetable foods prescribed to inpatients, in which five (55.6%) were capable of interacting with the medications. Phytates and tannins had the largest quantity of possible interactions with drugs, each with 4 (26.7%) in a total of 15 interactions. The medications aluminum hydroxide, digoxin, and paracetamol attained greater probability of interaction with antinutrients, with 5 (33.3%), 3 (20%) and 3 (20%) interactions, respectively. Conclusion: Due to the large quantity of antinutritional factors capable of interacting with drugs prescribed for inpatients, the involvement of a multiprofessional team is indispensable so that these possible interactions between foods, antinutritional factors and drugs might be foreseen, detected, and resolved.
Efeito do Grupo Genético e da Heterose na Composi??o Física e nas Características Qualitativas da Carca?a e da Carne de Vacas de Descarte Terminadas em Confinamento
Restle, Jo?o;Faturi, Cristian;Bernardes, Régis Augusto Carvalho;Alves Filho, Dari Celestino;Menezes, Luis Fernando Glasenapp de;Souza, Alexandre Nunes Motta de;Carrilho, Charles de Oliveira;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982002000600008
Abstract: carcass physical composition and meat qualitative characteristics of cull cows from two breeding systems, straightbreds (charolais and nellore) and crossbreds f1 1/2 charolais-nellore and 1/2 nellore-charolais, were evaluated. the cows were feedlot finished during 80 days and fed with 65% roughage (sorghum silage) and 35% concentrate, in dry matter basis. charolais cows showed carcass with higher muscle (65.2 vs 58.8%) and bone (15.36 vs 13.7%) percentages, higher muscle (166.5 vs 139.61 kg) and bone (38.84 vs 32.34 kg) production than nellore cows. meat from charolais cows also exhibited better color (3.75 vs 3.14), tenderness (6.22 vs 5.34) and juiciness (6.16 vs 5.56). nellore cows showed higher fat percentage (27.95 vs 19.85%), total fat production (66.7 vs 51.2 kg) and higher meat thawing losses (6.15 vs 4.18%). crossbreds f1 females were superior to the straightbreds for fat percentage (26.74 vs 23.9%), total fat production (72.79 vs 58.95 kg), however, showed lower muscle percentage in the carcass (59.59 vs 62.02%), being the heterosis values 11.88, 23.48 and ?3.92%, respectively. meat qualitative characteristics were not affected by the breeding system.
Les?o liquenóide oral relacionada ao amálgama
Bernardes, Vanessa de Fátima;Garcia, Bruna Gon?alves;Souto, Giovanna Ribeiro;Novaes-Junior, Jo?o Batista;Aguiar, Maria Cássia Ferreira de;Mesquita, Ricardo Alves;
Anais Brasileiros de Dermatologia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0365-05962007000600008
Abstract: amalgam-related oral lichenoid lesion, a rare disorder in dental practice, is an important differential diagnosis among oral leukoplastic lesions. we report two cases with rapid clinical resolution following the replacement of amalgam fillings.
Avalia??o da Silagem de Diferentes Híbridos de Sorgo (Sorghum bicolor, L. Moench) por meio do Desempenho de Novilhos de Corte Confinados
Neumann, Mikael;Restle, Jo?o;Alves Filho, Dari Celestino;Brondani, Ivan Luiz;Bernardes, Régis Augusto de Lima Carvalho;Souza, Alexandre Nunes Motta de;Kuss, Fernando;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982001000800020
Abstract: the experiment was conducted to evaluate the parameters of dry matter intake, weight gain, feed conversion and energy efficiency of feedlot steers, fed with four diets that included silage of hybrids of sorghum with different agricultural behavior: agx-213 and ag-2002 (forage), agx-217 and ag-2005e (double purpose). forty-eight steers with an average age of 19 months and average live weight of 316 kg, were used. the roughage:concentrate ratio was 63:37, for all the diets tested. no significant interaction was observed between roughage source and feedlot evaluation period. the sorghum silage of hybrid ag-2005e caused higher dry matter intake, digestible energy intake, daily weight gain and better feed conversion and energy efficiency than the other genotypes. the contrast analysis showed that the silage of the forage hybrids (agx-213 and ag-2002) caused a significant reduction of the daily voluntary dry matter intake (8.84%) and digestible energy intake (12.11%) in comparison to the silage of the double purpose hybrids (agx-217 and ag-2005e). steers fed with silage of the double purpose hybrids showed higher daily weight gain (1.163 vs .943 kg) and were more efficient (p<.05) in converting dry matter intake and digestible energy intake into weight gain (7.65 vs 8.73 kg of dm/kg lw and 19.76 vs 21.84 mcal/kg lw).
Severity of Leaf Rust and Brown Eyespot in Genotypes of Coffea arabica L. Cultivated with High Plant Density  [PDF]
Wagner Nunes Rodrigues, Marcelo Antonio Tomaz, Márcio Antonio Apostólico, Tafarel Victor Colodetti, Lima Deleon Martins, Leonardo Fardim Christo, Sebasti?o Vinícius Batista Brinate, Waldir Cintra de Jesus Jr., José Francisco Teixeira do Amaral
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2014.525386
This study investigated the severity of leaf rust and brown eyespot in genotypes of Coffea arabica L. cultivated with high plant density in the region of Caparaó-ES. The experiment was conducted in a competition field, cultivated with high plant density (8333 plants per hectare), following a randomized block design, with 16 genotypes and four replications. The plants were evaluated during consecutive harvests to study two complete reproductive cycles (from 2010 to 2012). Data were obtained for the phenologicalstages of flowering, graining, maturation and vegetative rest of each cycle. The severity of leaf rust (Hemileia vastratrix) and brown eyespot (Cercospora coffeicola) was evaluated using descriptive scales. It was observed that the genotypes are able to keep a considerable level of resistance to the leaf rust and brown eyespot when cultivated with increased density. The genotypes presented variability regarding the severity of the leaf rust and brown eyespot, indicating the existence of differential levels of resistance between them. For cultivation with high plant density, the genotypes Katipó, Paraíso MG H419-1, H419-3-3-7-16-4-1-1, Araponga MG1, Catucaí Amarelo 24/137, Catiguá MG2, Sacramento MG1, Pau-Brasil MG1, Catiguá MG3, Oeiras MG 6851 and Tupi present higher level of resistance for leaf rust. In addition, the genotypes Paraíso MG H419-1, Catiguá MG2, Pau-Brasil MG1, Catiguá MG3, Oeiras MG 6851, Tupi, Catuaí IAC 44, Catuaí IAC 81 and Catuaí IAC 144 present higher level of resistance for brown eyespot.
Características de carca?a e da carne de vacas de descarte de diferentes genótipos charolês x nelore, terminadas em confinamento
Restle, Jo?o;Vaz, Fabiano Nunes;Bernardes, Régis Augusto Carvalho;Pascoal, Leonir Luiz;Menezes, Luiz Fernado Glasenapp de;Pacheco, Paulo Santana;
Ciência Rural , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84782003000200025
Abstract: the objective of this work was to study the carcass and meat characteristics of cull cows, of different charolais (c) x nellore (n) compositions, finished in feedlot. twenty-five c, 3/4 c + 1/4 n, 1/2 c + 1/2 n cull cows, were used. the dressing percentage was higher for 3/4 c + 1/4 n (51.1%) and 1/2 c + 1/2 n (50.8%) cows than for c (49.0%) cows. nevertheless, the cold carcass weight was higher for 3/4 c + 1/4 n (272kg) than the c (250kg) cows. subcutaneous fat thickness was higher for 1/2 c + 1/2 n than for c and 3/4 c + 1/4 n cows, being 6.86, 4.86 and 4.92mm, respectively. the arm perimeter was higher for c (37.4cm) than 1/2 c + 1/2 n (35.3cm) cows. the 1/2 c + 1/2 n cows showed less muscle percentage than the other genotypes and less bone percentage than c cows, and higher fat percentage than 3/4 c + 1/4 n and c, being also superior in muscle + fat / bone ratio (6.52) than c (5.56).
Odontogenic tumors: analysis of 127 cases
SANTOS, Jean Nunes;PEREIRA PINTO, Le?o;FIGUEREDO, Cláudia Roberta Leite Vieira de;SOUZA, Lélia Batista de;
Pesquisa Odontológica Brasileira , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-74912001000400007
Abstract: one hundred and twenty-seven cases of histologically confirmed odontogenic tumors were retrieved from a total of 5,289 oral and maxillary lesions diagnosed at the division of oral pathology, federal university of rio grande do norte, during a period of 30 years (l970-l999). the most common histological diagnosis was odontoma (50.40%), followed by ameloblastoma (30.70%). the prevalence of odontogenic tumors was greater in females and the peak incidence occurred in the second and third decades of life. the main anatomical location was the mandible, and no malignant tumors were found.
Accuracy of two optical dendrometers for non destructive determination of woody biomass Acurácia de dois dendr metros ópticos na cubagem n o destrutiva para a determina o da biomassa florestal
Marcos Felipe Nicoletti,Jo?o Luis Ferreira Batista,Samuel de Pádua Chaves Carvalho,Tito Nunes de Castro
Pesquisa Florestal Brasileira , 2012, DOI: 10.4336/2012.pfb.70.23
Abstract: The objective of this study was to improve existing methods for determination of stem biomass in a non-destructive way, and verify the influence that laser dendrometers have on the prediction by existing empirical models in forest environment on the individual trees. This study was developed in Itatinga, SP, Brazil, in three plots of a Eucalyptus grandis plantation, totalizing 175 trees. The stem diameter of standing trees were measured with two dendrometers, Criterion and RC3H, along the stem up to 8 meters height. After the volume evaluation of standing trees they were felled and the diameter obtained with a caliper and a tape in the same positions in which the non-destructive measures were taken. Wood disks were removed and dried for determination of humidity. The determination of biomass was performed by volumetric and gravimetric technique using three different methods (traditional wood volume evaluation, Criterion and RC3H). Some models were tested for these techniques and the best adjustment was selected. In general, all models showed good adjustments. The standard error average of prediction for these models were overestimated in 1% with the traditional wood volume evaluation and underestimated in approximately 11% using the Criterion and 40% using the RC3H. doi: 10.4336/2012.pfb.32.70.23 O objetivo deste trabalho foi aprimorar os métodos existentes para determina o da biomassa do tronco sob forma n o destrutiva, e verificar a influência que a medi o de variáveis por meio de dendr metros a laser exerce sobre a predi o pelos modelos empíricos existentes no meio florestal, para árvores individuais. O estudo foi desenvolvido em Itatinga, SP, em três parcelas de um plantio de Eucalyptus grandis, totalizando 175 árvores. Os diametros ao longo do fuste das árvores em pé foram mensurados com dois dendr metros, Criterion e RC3H, até os 8 m de altura. Após a cubagem em pé, as árvores foram derrubadas e obtidos os diametros nas mesmas posi es em que se realizou a cubagem n o destrutiva. Discos de madeira foram retirados e secos para determina o da umidade. A determina o da biomassa foi realizada através da técnica gravimétrica e da volumétrica por meio de três métodos diferentes (cubagem rigorosa tradicional, Criterion e RC3H). Em seguida ajustaram-se alguns modelos para as técnicas e selecionaram-se os de melhor ajuste. De modo geral, todos os modelos apresentaram bons ajustes. Os erros padr o da predi o médios para estes modelos foram superestimados em 1% com a cubagem rigorosa tradicional e subestimados em aproximadamente 11% para o Criterion e
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