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Cellular effects of an aqueous solution of Losartan® on the survival of Escherichia coli AB1157 in the presence and absence of SnCl2, and on the physiological property (osmotic fragility) of the erytrocyte  [PDF]
Thais Lima Zaidan, Wevelin Santos de Matos, éric Guimar?es Machado, Thais Nery Figorelle Junqueira, Solange Campos Vicentini, Giuseppe Antonio Presta, Sebasti?o David Santos-Filho
Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology (ABB) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/abb.2010.14039
Abstract: The angiotensin receptors type 1 (AT1) have affinity by Losartan®, low affinity to non-peptides antagonists and similar effect as Angiotensin-convert-enzyme inhibitors. It have been reported that natural and synthetic products might reduce the genotoxic and cytotoxic effects related to stannous chloride (SnCl2). SnCl2 is used in nuclear medicine as a reducing agent to obtain technetium-99 m-radiopharmaceuticals. The aim of this work was to evaluate the cellular effects produced by a solution of Losartan® (25 mg/ml) on the survival of Escherichia coli AB1157 in the presence and absence of SnCl2, and on the osmotic fragility of erythrocytes of the blood of Wistar rats. Briefly, blood sample was withdrawn by Wistar rats with heparinized syringe and incubated with Losartan® solution. Saline (NaCL 0.9%) was used as a control. The samples were gently mixed with hypotonic solutions of NaCl. After that it was centrifuged and the supernadant isolated for optical determination of the hemoglobin present. E. coli AB1157 cultures (exponential growth phase) were collected by centrifugation, washed and resuspended in 0.9%NaCl. Samples were incubated in water bath shaker with: (a) SnCl2 (25 μg/ml), (b) Losartan® (25 mg/ml) and (c) SnCl2 (25 μg/ml) + Losartan® (25 mg/ml). Incubation with 0.9% NaCl was also carried out (control). At 60 min intervals, aliquots were withdrawn, diluted, spread onto Petri dishes with solid LB medium and incubated overnight. The colonies formed were counted and the survival fractions calculated. Statistical analysis was performed. The results showed that there was a significantly increase (P < 0.05) in the osmotic fragility of the blood cells treated with Losartan®. Moreover, Losartan® was also able to protect the E. coli cultures against the lesive action of SnCl2. Although, in erythrocyte the osmotic fragility was increased by the presence of Losartan® that could 1) alter the physical properties of this cell, or 2) had a direct or indirect effect on the intracellular sodium concentration or 3) had acted on the cardiovascular system. It suggested that the Losartan® did interfere strongly with cellular metabolism and did alter the survival fractions of E. coli AB1157.
Gênero, família e prote??o social: as desigualdades fomentadas pela política social
Campos, Marta Silva;Teixeira, Solange Maria;
Revista Katálysis , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-49802010000100003
Abstract: this article analyzes the factors that establish social inequalities in the structuring and development of current brazilian society. it highlights the processes that are involved in the existing relations between genders, the social protection system, and labor market conditions in relation to the productive insertion of women. to conduct this reflection, it focuses on an analysis of the family as a space of differentiation and hierarchization of gender, and as a locus of a substantial portion of unpaid domestic work among women, along with the general consequences of this space of social reproduction. based on an analysis of data from brazil and latin america, it demonstrates the persistent ties of women to precarious labor, offered in a broad informal sector, alongside their growing participation in the labor market in an effort to reconcile responsibility for social protection with the need to increase family income.
Validación de una versión en espa?ol de la Escala de Conflicto Decisional
Urrutia,Mila; Campos,Solange; O'Connor,Annette;
Revista médica de Chile , 2008, DOI: 10.4067/S0034-98872008001100010
Abstract: background: in chile, in approximately 50% of nursing students, nursing was not their first choice as career. usually, during the first year, these students must decide whether they would like to continue in the same career. a valid tool is needed to identify decisional conflicts and their contributing factors among these students and to develop an appropriate strategy to support them duríng their decision-making process. aim: to translate into spanish and validate the generic decisional conflict scale (dcs). material and methods: the dcs was translated from english to spanish and was used with 331 first-year nursing students at the pontificia universidad católica de chile. the scale was assessed for validity and reliability using statistical tests, including factor analysis and cronbach alpha test. results: the spanish version of the dcs had acceptable validity and reliability. factorial analysis identified four factors and only the item: "advice" loaded the other factors. cronbach alpha was 0.80. conclusions: dcs is a valid and useful instrument to identify decisional conflicts and contributing factors to continue studies among nursing students.
Validación de una versión en espa ol de la Escala de Conflicto Decisional Validation of a Spanish version of the Decisional Conflict Scale
Mila Urrutia,Solange Campos,Annette O'Connor
Revista médica de Chile , 2008,
Abstract: Background: In Chile, in approximately 50% of nursing students, nursing was not their first choice as career. Usually, during the first year, these students must decide whether they would like to continue in the same career. A valid tool is needed to identify decisional conflicts and their contributing factors among these students and to develop an appropriate strategy to support them duríng their decision-making process. Aim: To translate into Spanish and validate the Generic Decisional Conflict Scale (DCS). Material and methods: The DCS was translated from English to Spanish and was used with 331 first-year nursing students at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. The scale was assessed for validity and reliability using statistical tests, including factor analysis and Cronbach alpha test. Results: The Spanish version of the DCS had acceptable validity and reliability. Factorial analysis identified four factors and only the item: "advice" loaded the other factors. Cronbach alpha was 0.80. Conclusions: DCS is a valid and useful instrument to identify decisional conflicts and contributing factors to continue studies among nursing students.
Promover la salud mental con mujeres chilenas en desventaja social
M Soledad Rivera,M Sylvia Campos,Solange Campos,Ilta Lange
Texto & Contexto - Enfermagem , 2004,
Abstract: Se descrive una parte de la experiencia del proyecto Chileno/Canadiense: Promover la salud mental de las mujeres chilenas en desventaja social: Los Secretos de Maruja . Se describen los objetivos, las etapas del proceso, de intervención y los resultados de las evaluaciones preliminares. Con la participación de las mujeres usuárias de los centros de salud, profesionales y autoridades de la comuna de La Pintana, se construyó, aplicó y evaluó un proyecto de intervención para apoyar a las mujeres en la toma de decisiones que favorezcan su salud mental personal, familiar y social. La intervención contempló el dise o, producción, distribución y evaluación de 12 folletos educativos tipo calendarios, cada uno respecto a tres temas de salud mental identificados por las mismas mujeres: Identidad y autoestima, Vínculo y Comunicación y Autocuidado. Además se involucró a las enfermeras que trabajan en los Centros de Salud, quienes incorporaron esta estrategia a la atención de salud habitual y evaluaron su impacto en la identidad, autonomía profesional y en la mejoría de la calidad del cuidado
TRABAJO ACADEMICO EN RED EN TORNO A LA TOMA DE DECISIONES EN SALUD ACADEMIC NETWORK RELATED TO HEALTH DECISION MAKING. ACADEMIC HEALTH DECISION SUPPORT NETWORK
CECILIA CAMPOS,MILA URRUTIA,ILTA LANGE,SOLANGE CAMPOS
Ciencia y Enfermería : Revista Iberoamericana de Investigacíon , 2005,
Abstract: La Escuela de Enfermería de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (PUC) ha desarrollado, desde 1983, un modelo de atención de salud basado en el autocuidado (Lange I., Jaimovich S. 1996). Esta línea de trabajo fue enriquecida con el marco conceptual de apoyo a la toma de decisiones en salud desarrollado a partir de la década del noventa por O’Connor et al. Con el apoyo de estos autores, se inició el proyecto “Elecciones y decisiones en salud: una alianza profesional/usuaria con transferencia tecnológica canadiense chilena” (DECIDE), financiado por la Agencia Canadiense de Desarrollo Internacional (ACDI). Este proyecto incluyó una fase de trabajo colaborativo con otras escuelas de enfermería del país para incorporar el marco conceptual y la tecnología de apoyo a la toma de decisiones en salud en la formación de los futuros profesionales. Esta experiencia generó un modelo de trabajo en redes que permitió enriquecerla y ampliar la cobertura del proyecto, respetando individualidades e intereses de las escuelas participantes. Su sistematización permitió desarrollar un modelo de educación continua semipresencial en “Apoyo a la toma de decisiones en salud” que puede ser utilizado para capacitar enfermeras y otros profesionales de la salud de América Latina. Este artículo da a conocer el proceso vivido y las lecciones aprendidas, con el fin de demostrar que el trabajo en redes es una estrategia eficiente y factible para potenciar el desarrollo en enfermería The School of Nursing at the Catholic University of Chile (PUC) has been implementing, since 1983 a health care model based on selfcare. (Lange I., Jaimovich S.1996). This work has been enriched with the Ottawa Health Decision Support framework developed in the nineties, in Canada, by O’Connor, A. et al. With the support of the Canadian team and the financial support of the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) the project “Making Choices, Making Decisions: A Client/Provider Partnership in Canadian/Chilean Technology Transfer” (DECIDE) was carried out in Chile between 1999 and 2003. The dissemination phase of this project included collaboration with other schools of nursing to promote the incorporation of the Ottawa Decision Support Framework and tool kits for decision support into the nursing curriculum. This experience generated a networking model among the Schools, which enriched and strengthened the DECIDE project, regarding identity, pace and particular interests of each participating institution. As a result of this networking experience, a continuing education program was developed to
TRABAJO ACADEMICO EN RED EN TORNO A LA TOMA DE DECISIONES EN SALUD
CAMPOS,CECILIA; URRUTIA,MILA; LANGE,ILTA; CAMPOS,SOLANGE; CAMPOS,M. SILVIA;
Ciencia y enfermería , 2005, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-95532005000100004
Abstract: the school of nursing at the catholic university of chile (puc) has been implementing, since 1983 a health care model based on selfcare. (lange i., jaimovich s.1996). this work has been enriched with the ottawa health decision support framework developed in the nineties, in canada, by o?connor, a. et al. with the support of the canadian team and the financial support of the canadian international development agency (cida) the project ?making choices, making decisions: a client/provider partnership in canadian/chilean technology transfer? (decide) was carried out in chile between 1999 and 2003. the dissemination phase of this project included collaboration with other schools of nursing to promote the incorporation of the ottawa decision support framework and tool kits for decision support into the nursing curriculum. this experience generated a networking model among the schools, which enriched and strengthened the decide project, regarding identity, pace and particular interests of each participating institution. as a result of this networking experience, a continuing education program was developed to improve the decision support skills of health professionals to improve the decision making abilities of their clients. this ?semi presential? continuing education program will be useful to train health professionals in other latin american countries as it incorporates distance learning methodologies. this article describes the networking process among 6 schools of nursing of different regions of chile and the lessons learned. it demonstrates that networking is an efficient and feasible strategy to strengthen and potentialize nursing development
AUTOEFICACIA Y CONFLICTO DECISIONAL FRENTE A LA DISMINUCIóN DELPESO CORPORAL EN MUJERES
Campos R,Solange; Pérez E,Janet Carola;
Revista chilena de nutrición , 2007, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-75182007000300004
Abstract: the problems of being overweight and obese are relevant in the lives of chilean women of lower socio-economic status. this study evaluates the relationship between self-efficacy for lossing weight and decisional conflict, both of which are important variables in behavioral change and healthy lifestyles. the sample consisted of 101 women of low socio-economic status, being seen at a primary health care clinic in santiago, and who presented as being overweight or obese. their level of self-efficacy was measured using a scale designed for this purpose and decisional conflict related to weight loss was also measured. the results indicate that the majority of these women presented low self-efficacy (63.4%) and high decisional conflict (77.2%). upon considering socio-demographic variables, the only difference observed was related to education, showing increased self-efficacy among those women who had completed eighth grade or higher. an inverse relationship between decisional conflict and self-efficacy was observed overall and when taking into consideration the sub-scales of self-efficacy
Estrategias innovadoras para el cuidado y el autocuidado de personas con enfermedades crónicas en América Latina
Sapag,Jaime C.; Lange,Ilta; Campos,Solange; Piette,John D.;
Revista Panamericana de Salud Pública , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1020-49892010000100001
Abstract: objectives: to identify innovative strategies for improved care and self-care of patients with chronic diseases (cd) in latin america and to explore interest in creating a latin american network of professionals in this field. methods: a descriptive study based on a survey of key experts with recognized national or regional leadership in cd patient care. the 25-question questionnaire sought information on their experiences with care and self-care initiatives for cd patients, descriptions of successful initiatives, the perceived ability of countries to innovate in this area, their interest in participating in a network of latin american professionals in this field, and more. content analysis was performed to develop recommendations for the region. results: responses were obtained from 17 (37.8%) of the 45 experts approached; 82.4% confirmed their knowledge of of involvement with an innovative initiative related to the subject. initial development does exist in each of the three innovative strategy types: peer care, informal caregivers, and telenursing, the latter being the least explored. there is real interest in forming a latin american network that focuses on development of innovative self-care strategies for cd patients. conclusions: support for a joint network is promising. priorities are building skills in this area and developing innovative proposals for improved cd patient care in the region. innovative measures should be complementary and adapted to the specific context of each scenario.
AUTOEFICACIA Y CONFLICTO DECISIONAL FRENTE A LA DISMINUCIóN DELPESO CORPORAL EN MUJERES SELF-EFFICACY AND DECISIONAL CONFLICT FACING THE DIMINUTION OF CORPORAL WEIGHT IN WOMEN
Solange Campos R,Janet Carola Pérez E
Revista Chilena de Nutricíon , 2007,
Abstract: El sobrepeso y la obesidad es un problema relevante para las mujeres de NSE bajo chilenas. El estudio evalúa la relación entre autoeficacia para bajar de peso y conflicto decisional, ambas variables relevantes en el cambio de conductas y estilos de vida en salud. En una muestra de 101 mujeres de nivel socioeconómico bajo asistentes a centros de atención primaria de Santiago, que presentaban sobrepeso u obesidad, se midió el nivel de autoeficacia con una escala dise ada para ello y conflicto ante la decisión de bajar de peso. Los resultados indican que la mayoría de las mujeres presentaron baja autoeficacia (63,4%) y alto conflicto decisional (77,2%). Al considerar las variables sociodemográficas, sólo se presentaron diferencias según escolaridad, siendo mayor la autoeficacia en mujeres con escolaridad superior a octavo básico. Se comprobó una asociación inversa entre conflicto decisional y autoeficacia, tanto a nivel general como al considerar las subhabilidades de la autoeficacia The problems of being overweight and obese are relevant in the lives of Chilean women of lower socio-economic status. This study evaluates the relationship between self-efficacy for lossing weight and decisional conflict, both of which are important variables in behavioral change and healthy lifestyles. The sample consisted of 101 women of low socio-economic status, being seen at a primary health care clinic in Santiago, and who presented as being overweight or obese. Their level of self-efficacy was measured using a scale designed for this purpose and decisional conflict related to weight loss was also measured. The results indicate that the majority of these women presented low self-efficacy (63.4%) and high decisional conflict (77.2%). Upon considering socio-demographic variables, the only difference observed was related to education, showing increased self-efficacy among those women who had completed eighth grade or higher. An inverse relationship between decisional conflict and self-efficacy was observed overall and when taking into consideration the sub-scales of self-efficacy
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