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Mulheres e cirurgi?s
Franco, Talita;Santos, Elizabeth Gomes dos;
Revista do Colégio Brasileiro de Cirurgi?es , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-69912010000100015
Abstract: the authors present the current view of the women in surgery since the end of the xix century until now. they discuss the difficulties they face when they choose surgery as a career and the progress now achieved.
Modelling Natural Radioactivity in Sand Beaches of Guarapari, Espírito Santo State, Brazil  [PDF]
Danilo C. Vasconcelos, Patricia A. L. Reis, Claubia Pereira, Arno H. Oliveira, Talita O. Santos, Zildete Rocha
World Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology (WJNST) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/wjnst.2013.32011

Using gamma-ray spectrometry, the activity concentration of naturally occurring radionuclides 226Ra, 212Pb, 214Pb, 232Th, and 40K was determined in sand beaches samples from different areas in Guarapari, Espírito Santo state, from Brazil. The absorbed dose rates and annual effective dose were calculated and the results were compared with the internationally accepted values as well as others high background radiation areas (HBRAs). The activity concentration of the 232Th in Areia Preta as well as the absorbed dose rates and annual effective dose were higher than the others regions compared. The results show that Areia Preta in Guarapari has higher background found in beaches in world. This work is part of a research project for the natural background determination of the Brazilian coast.

Geographic distribution of epiphytic bromeliads of the Una region, Northeastern Brazil
Fontoura, Talita;Santos, Flavio Antonio Ma?s dos;
Biota Neotropica , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1676-06032010000400017
Abstract: many brazilian atlantic rainforest plant and animal species are geographically restricted to southern bahia and northern espírito santo states. we investigated the geographic distribution of epiphytic bromeliads in the lowland forest of the una region (15° 17' 34' s - 39° 04' 30'' w) in southern bahia. specifically, we addressed the following questions: i) what is the extent of each species distribution?; and ii) are the bromeliaceae subfamilies distributed differently from one another? almost half of the 40 species (47.5%) occur exclusively in the southern bahia-northern espírito santo region and are herein referred as endemic species. the highest percentage of the 15 species of tillandsioideae (46.7%) occur throughout the south american continent and most of the 25 species of bromelioideae (68.0%) are mainly represented by endemic species. the una region has almost two times more species than a forested area located 40 km west, suggesting marked increases in diversity in over relatively short distances. the endemism data around una indicates that species are geographically distributed over an area spanning approximately six to seven degrees in latitude and longitude. this result contrasts with the geographic distribution of andean epiphytes, mainly represented by tillandsioideae, that have large geographical distributions. larger-scale analyses and standardized methods are necessary to verify whether the narrow geographical distribution of most epiphytic bromeliads in the una region is consistent across different forest types of the atlantic rainforest.
Investigando a produ??o do conhecimento sobre a pessoa idosa longeva
Lima, Talita Aquira dos Santos;Menezes, Tania Maria de Oliva;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672011000400019
Abstract: this paper is a bibliographic review, with quantitative approach, that aimed to investigate the production of the knowledge on the long-lived elderly person, in the scielo and lilacs data bases. eighty eight scientific papers were analyzed, from which 69,3% were produced in brazil, concentrated in the southeastern area (67,2%), and with prevalence of the qualitative approach (77,3%). as for the knowledge area, all the researches are part of the great area of health sciences, with prevalence of medicine (76,1%). nursing contributed with 4,5% of the productions. the more studied objects (72,7%) were clinical cases or report of experiences. one concluded that the scientific production on long-lived elderly person is still small, but relevant. in this optics, it is essential to increase and qualify the productions and the knowledge fields that address this thematic universe.
Six-Minute Walk Test in Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis  [PDF]
Sandor Balsamo, Ana Paula Monteiro Gomides, Licia Maria Henrique da Mota, Frederico Santos de Santana, Raphaela Franco Miranda, Talita Yokoy, Luciana Muniz, Leopoldo Luiz Santos-Neto
Open Journal of Rheumatology and Autoimmune Diseases (OJRA) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ojra.2019.91002
Abstract: Background: The 6-minute walk test (6TC) was initially used as an instrument for assessing physical and cardiorespiratory capacity, but is currently being used to monitor treatments, and compare physical interventions and prognostic evaluation. Although already recognized as a research method in several specialties, 6TC has not been used in rheumatology. Patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) may have impaired functional capacity as well as increased cardiovascular mortality. An adequate functional evaluation of these patients is necessary and the 6TC may be useful in this sense. Objective: The aim of this study was to perform the 6-minute walk test in RA patients and to compare the performance with a control group. Method: A cross-sectional study was carried out in which the sample consisted of 85 women, 46 patients with rheumatoid arthritis and 39 healthy controls. A descriptive analysis of the data was performed. One-Way ANOVA methodology was used to compare the patient and control groups followed by the graphic analysis. Results: The distance walked on the 6TC by RA patients was on average 522.2 meters. In the distance control group found in the 6TC was on average 628.8 meters, the difference being statistically significant. Conclusion: In this study the distance covered in 6TC by women with RA was lower than that of healthy women of the same age.
Determining the Levels of Trace Elements Cd, Cu, Pb and Zn in Honey of Stingless Bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Using Voltammetry  [PDF]
Andreia Santos do Nascimento, Luis Carlos Marchini, Carlos Alfredo Lopes de Carvalho, Diogo Feliciano Dias Araújo, Talita Antonia da Silveira, Ricardo Alves de Olinda
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2015.67062
Abstract: Determining the levels of heavy metals in honey is a measure to control its quality. The objective of this study was to determine the contents of Cd, Cu, Pb and Zn in honey of stingless bee. The differential pulse anodic stripping voltammetry (DPASV) was used to determine the trace elements in honey samples. Pb was detected in 100% of the samples, Cu and Zn in 98.15%, and Cd only in 33.33%. The trace elements analyzed detected in the samples remained within tolerable levels in foods for human consumption.
Influência do conhecimento sobre o estilo de vida saudável no controle de pessoas hipertensas
Serafim, Talita de Souza;Jesus, Elaine dos Santos;Pierin, Angela Maria Geraldo;
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-21002010000500012
Abstract: objective: characterize lifestyle parameters and learn about them, associating the variables with the control of hypertension in people attending outpatient unit. method: is a descriptive study using interviews and measuring: blood pressure, weight, height and waist circumference, of 511 people with hypertension, being controlled in an outpatient unit. results: the body mass index was at the upper limit of overweight (29.04 ± 4.35 kg/m2); 32.9% of men and 74.1% of women had waist over 102 cm and 88 cm, respectively; arterial pressure was greater than the limit that characterizes hypertension (151.3 ± 20.5 / 91.8 ± 15.5 mmhg); 44% reported smoking or former smoking; 59% did not practice regularly physical activity, and 24% reported intake of alcohol or interruption - in these respondents the daily amount of ethanol was excessive (71.4 ± 83.2 g). only 22% of hypertensive were controlled and those who knew that the treatment includes weight reduction were more controlled (p <0.05, 24% vs. 9%). conclusion: the knowledge about lifestyle can influence the control of hypertensive individuals
Manejo hídrico em viveiro e uso de hidrogel na sobrevivência pós-plantio de Eucalyptus urograndis em dois solos diferentes
Saad, Jo?o C. C.;Lopes, Jane L. W.;Santos, Talita A. dos;
Engenharia Agrícola , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-69162009000300007
Abstract: the research aim was to evaluate the survival of eucalyptus urograndis clone h13 selected for water deficit, under two water management for nursery, with and without the addition of hydro absorbent polymers (hydrogel), planted in two soils. the plantation was done in vases kept in greenhouse with two different soil textures: sandy and clay. each vase received 2.5 l of soil, one liter of water and 0.4 g (120 ml of polymer) of hydro absorbent polymers. the experimental delineation was totally randomized, with three repetitions. the water deficit symptoms at different levels always appeared first in plants of vases with clay soil, starting in those that were kept without water stress in the nursery phase. assuring the plants survival in a period without water varying from 14 to 20 days (with and without hydrogel, respectively), while for sandy soil, plants survived from 29 to 34 days (with and without hydrogel, respectively). despite no statistically significant results with the hydrogel, it allows great operational flexibility for intervention with new irrigation in both soils.
Comparative analysis of red lists of the Brazilian flora: Asteraceae
Nakajima, Jimi Naoki;Junqueira, Talita Vieta;Freitas, Fernanda Santos;Teles, Arist?nio Magalh?es;
Rodriguésia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S2175-78602012000100004
Abstract: asteraceae is one of the most abundant families of the brazilian flora, and it stands out on brazilian red lists due to the large number of endangered and data-deficient species, since it is difficult to define a conservation status for the latter. a comparative analysis of red lists of the brazilian flora focused on the asteraceae is important, so we can assess the true degree of threat to which these plants are subjected faced with increasing environmental degradation. our analysis compared red lists, and pointed out the most threatened species or data-deficient areas, species and genera. the study was based on the first and the current official list of endangered species of the brazilian flora, and the brazilian flora red list of funda??o biodiversitas. species were organized according to the endangered and data-deficient iucn categories. endangered species were also classified according to threat category. the highest numbers of threatened species were observed in the cerrado, in the southeastern region, and in the state of minas gerais, as well as in the genera lychnophora mart., vernonia schreb., and richterago kuntze. the genera aspilia thouars, baccharis l., calea l., eupatorium l., mikania willd., piptocarpha r.br., and senecio l. have the greatest number of data-deficient species. since the current official list does not make clear its threat criteria, the red list of funda??o biodiversitas best portrays the situation of endangered asteraceae species; thus, this analysis provides important information for projects aimed at the conservation of threatened and data-deficient species.
Práticas de manejo do cateter central de inser??o periférica em uma unidade neonatal
Dórea, Eny;Castro, Talita Elci de;Costa, Priscila;Kimura, Amelia Fumiko;Santos, FernandaMatilde Gaspar dos;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672011000600002
Abstract: the study aimed to describe the management of peripherally inserted central catheters insertion in neonates admitted at a neonatal intensive care unit of a private hospital, after implementation of the institutional protocol. an exploratory, quantitative descriptive study with prospective data collection was carried out. data of 45 catheters insertion were analyzed. the rate of catheter's with elective removal was 63.8%, and catheter's complications rate was 30.8%. the most frequently complications were rupture (15.4%), occlusion (11%) and accidental dislodgement (4.4%). no records about the catheter dressings were observed in 33% of catheter's insertion. one conclude that the complications were related to care practices of the catheter, requiring professional training and new tools to record the care provided in relation to the catheter's management.
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