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Conflito docente no Brasil e manifesta??es sindicais: natureza e significados
Oliveira,Dalila; Melo,Savana;
Revista Lusófona de Educa??o , 2006,
Abstract: this article discusses some trends concerning the meaning and nature of the teacher ′s conflicts that occurred em brazil from 1998 to 2003, considering their manifestation either supported or praised by the unions. it tries to identify and analyse the conflicts that took place in that period and reflects about the particular nature of the teaching work, and also presents some technical support to increase the understanding of these phenomena. as a result, there is an attempt to quantify and qualify the conflicts, identifyng the protagonists and analysing their main motivations, outcomes and achievements. the conclusion is that the pedagogical work has been rebuit in the latest years, due to the educational reforms, which may be creating new problems, conflicts and resistance to express the dissatisfaction of the teachers.
Políticas para o ensino médio no Brasil: perspectivas para a universaliza??o
Melo, Savana Diniz Gomes;Duarte, Adriana;
Cadernos CEDES , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-32622011000200005
Abstract: this paper analyses the inflections of the high school policies in brazil, from 2007 onwards. it questions the context in which they occurred and the contradictions present in the process. it searches to identify the main changes, the discourses that supported them and the measures and governmental programs that followed them. it depicts and analyses these changes and their implications in the states, focusing on minas gerais. based on the gathered arguments, it stresses a few considerations and tendencies in the path traced by the current policies concerning the finalities and the universalization of this stage of the country's basic education.
Envolvimento docente na interpreta??o do seu trabalho: uma estratégia metodológica
Duarte, Adriana;Oliveira, Dalila Andrade;Augusto, Maria Helena;Melo, Savana;
Cadernos de Pesquisa , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-15742008000100010
Abstract: by taking into account the nature, configurations, and meanings of the teaching work as its analysis object, this article discusses the methodology being developed in a research project. the text addresses the methodological-theoretical choices made, the field work done with teachers and the preliminary results achieved. the conclusions confirm the researchers' initial expectation concerning the ability expressed by teachers of getting involved in the analysis of their own work, the confidence in the collective work and the possibility of changes by means of their organization.
Longitudinal study of mandibular behavior in Class I subjects with vertical and horizontal growth
Dirceu Barnabé Raveli,Savana Maia,Luana Paz Sampaio,Denise Rocha Goes Landázuri
Dental Press Journal of Orthodontics , 2012,
Abstract: OBJECTIVE: To evaluate possible differences in mandibular behavior in Class I individuals with vertical and horizontal growth patterns. METHODS: The sample consisted of 20 untreated Class I individuals divided into: Group 1 comprising 10 individuals with vertical growth pattern and Group 2 comprising 10 individuals with horizontal growth pattern, all of them belonging to the Burlington Growth Center files, University of Toronto-Canada, radiographically followed-up at ages 9, 12 and 21. Cephalometric radiographs, determined mean values for a long-term evaluation of mandibular behavior using the following measurements: SNB, Co-GN, SN.GoMe, anterior facial height and posterior facial height. RESULTS: SNB and Co-Gn values were higher in horizontal growth group at all of the ages studied; SN.GoMe measure was significantly lower in horizontal growth group; anterior facial height (AFH) showed lower values in individuals with horizontal growth pattern; and posterior facial height (PFH) showed lower values in individuals with vertical growth pattern. CONCLUSION: Long-term comparisons of Class I individuals' growth tendencies indicate that there are significant differences between both groups. Mandible showed a trend to clockwise rotation in Group 1. Group 2 showed a trend to brachycephalic facial form, due to the deficit in vertical development with regard to anterior facial height. OBJETIVO: avaliar as possíveis diferen as no comportamento mandibular em indivíduos Classe I com crescimento vertical e horizontal. MéTODOS: a amostra desse estudo consistiu de 20 indivíduos Classe I n o tratados, sendo o grupo 1 composto por 10 indivíduos com padr o de crescimento vertical e o grupo 2 por 10 indivíduos com padr o de crescimento horizontal, pertencentes aos arquivos do Burlington Growth Center, University of Toronto, no Canadá, acompanhados radiograficamente nas idade de 9, 12 e 21 anos. Determinou-se, por meio de telerradiografias cefalométricas, em norma lateral, os valores médios para a avalia o longitudinal do comportamento da mandíbula utilizando as medidas SNB, Co-Gn, SN.GoMe, altura facial anterior e altura facial posterior. RESULTADOS: o valor de SNB e Co-Gn foram maiores no grupo com crescimento horizontal em todas as idades. A medida Sn.GoMe foi significativamente menor no grupo com crescimento horizontal, a altura facial anterior (AFH) apresentou valores menores nos indivíduos com padr o de crescimento horizontal, e a altura facial posterior (PFH) apresentou valores menores nos indivíduos com crescimento vertical. CONCLUS O: as compara es longitudinais d
Avalia??o tomográfica no tratamento com Herbst em adulto jovem
Maia, Savana;Raveli, Dirceu Barnabé;Santos-Pinto, Ary dos;Raveli, Taísa Boamorte;Gomez, Sandra Palno;
Dental Press Journal of Orthodontics , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S2176-94512010000500015
Abstract: introduction: the key feature of the herbst appliance lies in keeping the mandible continuously advanced. objective: to monitor and study the treatment of a patient wearing a herbst appliance by means of cone-beam computed tomography (cbct) images for 8 months after pubertal growth spurt. the subject was aged 16 years and 3 months and presented with a class ii, division 1 malocclusion associated with mandibular retrognathia. results: the cbct images of the temporomandibular joints suggest that the treatment resulted in the remodeling of the condyle and glenoid fossa and widening of the airway. conclusions: the herbst appliance constitutes a good option for treating class ii malocclusion in young adults as it provides patients with malocclusion correction and improves their aesthetic profile.
Influence of the banded Herbst appliance on dental changes in mixed dentition
Sampaio, Luana Paz;Raveli, Dirceu Barnabé;Santos-Pinto, Ary dos;Landázuri, Denise Rocha Goes;Maia, Savana de Alencar;
Dental Press Journal of Orthodontics , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S2176-94512012000100005
Abstract: objective: this prospective clinical study was conducted with the purpose of evaluating the influence of the banded herbst appliance on dental changes during the early treatment of class ii malocclusion. method: the sample consisted of 15 prepubertal subjects (12 boys and 3 girls, initial age: 9 years and 6 months) who were treated with the herbst appliance. treatment effects were compared with those of a class ii division 1 group of 15 subjects (8 boys and 7 girls, mean initial age 9 years and 1 month), not treated orthodontically. statistical analysis was performed using student t-test with 5% significance level. results: the results showed that treatment with the banded herbst appliance in the mixed dentition stage tended to upright maxillary incisors (mean: 4.14°). the maxillary molars were distalized and intruded significantly (mean 2.65 mm and 1.24 mm, respectively), the lower incisors slightly protruded anteriorly (mean 1.64 mm) and the molars showed no significant changes in the horizontal and vertical directions. furthermore, significant improvements were noted in overbite (1.26 mm), overjet (4.8 mm) and molar relationship (12.08 mm). conclusions: changes in the upper dental arch were found to be greater than changes in the lower arch. furthermore, mandibular anchorage loss was reduced due to the anchorage system used in the study.
Diversity and efficiency of bradyrhizobium strains isolated from soil samples collected from around sesbania virgata roots using cowpea as trap species
Florentino, Ligiane Aparecida;Sousa, Pedro Martins de;Silva, Jacqueline Savana;Silva, Karina Barroso;Moreira, Fatima Maria de Souza;
Revista Brasileira de Ciência do Solo , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-06832010000400011
Abstract: the genetic diversity of ten bradyrhizobium strains was evaluated for tolerance to high temperatures, to different salinity levels and for the efficiency of symbiosis with cowpea plants (vigna unguiculata (l.) walp.). eight of these strains were isolated from nodules that appeared on cowpea after inoculation with suspensions of soil sampled from around the root system of sesbania virgata (wand riverhemp) in ecosystems of south minas gerais. the other two strains used in our analyses as references, were from the amazon and are currently recommended as cowpea inoculants. genetic diversity was analyzed by amplifying repetitive dna elements with the box primer, revealing high genetic diversity with each strain presenting a unique band profile. leonard jar assays showed that the strains ufla 03-30 and ufla 03-38 had the highest n2-fixing potentials in symbiosis with cowpea. these strains had more shoot and nodule dry matter, more shoot n accumulation, and a higher relative efficiency than the strains recommended as inoculants. all strains grew in media of ph levels ranging from 4.0 to 9.0. the strains with the highest n2-fixing efficiencies in symbiosis with cowpea were also tolerant to the greatest number of antibiotics. however, these strains also had the lowest tolerance to high salt concentrations. all strains, with the exceptions of ufla 03-84 and ufla 03-37, tolerated temperatures of up to 40 oc. the genetic and phenotypic characteristics of the eight strains isolated from soils of the same region were highly variable, as well as their symbiotic efficiencies, despite their common origin. this variability highlights the importance of including these tests in the selection of cowpea inoculant strains.
Prevalence of dental trauma among children treated in the Pediatric Dentistry Clinic of the State University of Amazonas
Andrea Melo Moutinho da Costa,Savana Maia,Gabriel Lucas de Cardoso da Cruz,Regina Maria Puppin Rontani
RSBO , 2011,
Abstract: Introduction: Dental trauma is an acute energy transmission to the tooth and to the supporting structures that may result in fracture, tooth dislocation, breaking or crushing of supporting tissues. Objective: This retrospective study aimed to evaluate dental trauma prevalence among children treated in the Pediatric Dentistry Clinic of the State University of Amazonas (short UEA) from July 2005 to June 2009. Material and methods: The sample used in the analysis consisted of 171 children treated in the Pediatric Dentistry Clinic of the State University of Amazonas (short UEA), Manaus – Amazonas – Brazil. Results: Dental trauma prevalence among these children was 29.8%. No statistically significant association was found regarding to gender. Conclusion: The prevalence of dental trauma among children treated in the Pediatric Dentistry Clinic of the State University of Amazonas was in average 29.8%, which is agreement with other studies.
Fifteen year history of a huge ovarian serous cystadenoma in association with uterovaginal prolapse
Ashma Rana,Geeta Gurung,Neeva Ojha,Sapana Amatya,Sandesh Poudel,Savana Sharma,Varsha Agarwal,Anju Deo,Binay R Bhandari
Nepal Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology , 2008, DOI: 10.3126/njog.v3i2.10833
Abstract: A huge ovarian cyst, twice tapped and existing for 15 year, longest duration ever reported in literature and for the last seven years complicated by uterovaginal prolapse is reported here to give an idea about the reproductive morbidity status of socially deprived or underprivileged Nepalese woman in rural community. Abdomino-vaginal surgical approach was combined to drain 16 liters of fluid from the ovarian cyst and excise the tumor capsule by initiating hysterectomy abdominally including the steps up to the ligation of uterine artery thereafter completing the procedure vaginally by taking over the cardinal ligaments, thus facilitating delivery of uterus with its appendages with pelvic floor repair for third degree uterovaginal prolapse. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3126/njog.v3i2.10833 Nepal Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Vol.3(2) 2008; 51-53
Endometriosis encountered in a primigravida and a primipara at caesarean section: Report of two cases
Neeva Ojha,Akinchan Kafle,Poonam Koirala,Isha Shrestha,Savana Sharma,Sapana Amatya,Seeta Ghimire,Ashma Rana,Geeta Gurung
Nepal Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology , 2008, DOI: 10.3126/njog.v3i2.10836
Abstract: Two cases of posterior uterine surface endometriosis were found at caesarean section in primigarvida and primipara consecutively. These cases are reported to convey the importance of Depo-Provera (depot medroxy progesterone), a three monthly injectable progesterone during the immediate post partum period to avoid the complication that may arise from the surrounding endometriotic deposits during the puerperium and afterwards. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3126/njog.v3i2.10836 Nepal Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Vol.3(2) 2008; 59-61
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