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Patogenic and Indicator Microorganisms in Chicken Cuts Sold in the Rec?ncavo-Bahia-Brazil  [PDF]
Wanessa Karine Da Silva Lima, Ludmilla Santana Soares Barros, Ricardo Mendes Da Silva, Tamiles Barreto De Deus, Adriana Dos Santos Silva, Danuza Das Virgens Lima
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2017.811075
Hygiene-sanitary conditions, the presence of Salmonella spp. and indicator microorganisms of chicken cuts sold on the market in the Rec?ncavo da Bahia area, are analyzed and their co-relationship with conditions of commercialization is verified. Sixty samples were collected between May and August 2016 at informal selling sites (fairs, butcher shops, abattoirs) and in supermarkets of ten municipalities of the Rec?ncavo da Bahia region. Hygiene and sanitary conditions were assessed through a check list. Total coliforms, Escherichia coli, mesophylls, psychrotrophic organisms, molds and yeast, and Salmonella spp. were counted. Results revealed statistical difference for total coliforms and Escherichia coli only, featuring greater concentration rates in fairs, butcher shops and abattoirs. Further, 31.7% of samples indicated 31.7% Salmonella spp. and 16.6% of samples failed to comply with sanitary legislation on Escherichia coli. Observational analysis demonstrated that 61.83% and 38.1% of the samples respectively on informal sites and in supermarkets did not comply with legislation and indicated a co-relationship of some variables with the growth of total coliforms, Escherichia coli and mesophylls. Pathogenic and indicator microorganisms suggest flaws in hygiene and sanitary conditions in the commercialization of chicken cuts and health risks to consumers.
Hygienic and Sanitary Conditions of Eggs Commercialized in Town Fairs and Markets  [PDF]
Wanessa Karine da Silva Lima, Ludmilla Santana Soares Barros, Ricardo Mendes da Silva, Tamiles Barreto de Deus, Danuza das Virgens Lima, Adriana dos Santos Silva
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2018.97064
Abstract: High nutritional content coupled with low cost and ease of purchase justifies the frequent use of chicken eggs. Even with technological innovations in the production, storage, and distribution of eggs, food poisoning continues to occur. Therefore, in the present study, we 1) evaluated the microbiological profile and the hygienic and sanitary quality of eggs commercialized in town fairs and markets and 2) verified whether there is any correlation between microbiological results and commercialization conditions. Thirty-six samples were collected from six municipalities in the region of Rec?ncavo from Bahia, Brazil. The hygienic and sanitary conditions were analyzed by quantifying the total coliforms, E. coli, mesophilic and psychrotrophic microorganisms, molds, and yeasts, and by the presence of Salmonella sp. The observational analysis showed that 91% and 68% of the samples in town fairs and markets, respectively, did not comply with the requirements of the current Brazilian legislation. There was no significant difference in the microbiological profile among samples from the fairs and markets. Several samples presented relevant significant values, indicating inadequate hygienic conditions and fecal contamination. Salmonella sp. was found in one sample. There was co-relationship between microorganism count and the variables “external dirt”, “external stains”, and “closeness to other products”, with high concentrations of total coliforms and E. coli in the non-conforming samples. Although no limits exist for mold and yeast counts, the presence of fungi makes the product unfit for consumption. Thus, the commercialization of eggs would benefit from more attention and supervision by the relevant authorities.
Mudan?as florísticas e estruturais, após cinco anos, em uma comunidade de Caatinga no estado de Pernambuco, Brasil
Cavalcanti, Airton de Deus Cysneiros;Rodal, Maria Jesus Nogueira;Sampaio, Everardo Valadares deBarreto;Costa, Keila Cristina Carvalho;
Acta Botanica Brasilica , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-33062009000400032
Abstract: floristic and structural characteristics determined in one hectare of caatinga in 2001 were compared to data from 2006. the number of species increased from 27 to 28, one species disappeared and two others arrived. the number of plants increased significantly, from 3142 to 3567 (13.5% increase). average diameter increased 0.5mm.year-1 and aboveground biomass increased from 41.2 to 43.8 mg.ha-1, but the difference was not statistically significant. population dynamics were peculiar to each species, with some increasing and some decreasing in density, possibly due to establishment problems. jatropha mollissima (pohl) baill. and schinopsis brasiliensis engl. populations were greatly reduced and that of mimosa ophthalmocentra mart. ex benth. almost tripled, while the dynamics of most species changed little. the vegetation seems to be still developing after clear-cutting 20 years before 2001. this process, possibly affected by low rainfall in two of the five years, may be responsible for the greater structural change reported here than in other, little disturbed tropical vegetation.
Yield performance of upland rice cultivars at different rates and times of nitrogen application
Barreto, José Hildernando Bezerra;Soares, Ismail;Pereira, José Almeida;Bezerra, Antonio Marcos Esmeraldo;Deus, José Aridiano Lima de;
Revista Brasileira de Ciência do Solo , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-06832012000200017
Abstract: nitrogen is the most important nutrient for rice (oryza sativa l) yields. this study aimed to evaluate the response of upland rice cultivars to n rate and application times in a randomized block design, in subdivided plots with four replications. the studied factors were five rice cultivars (brs mg curinga, brs monarca, brs pepita, brs primavera, and brs sertaneja), three application times (100 % at planting, 50 % at planting - 50 % at tillering and 100 % at tillering) and four n rates (0, 50, 100, and 150 kg ha-1). all cultivars responded to increased rates and different times of n application, especially brs primavera and brs sertaneja, which were the most productive when 50 % n rates were applied at sowing and 50 % at tillering. the response of cultivar brs monarca to n fertilization was best when 100 % of the fertilizer was applied at tillering.
Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy in advanced head and neck cancer
Campoli, Paulo Moacir de Oliveira;Ejima, Flávio Hayato;Cardoso, Daniela Medeiros Milhomem;Barreto, Paulo Adriano de Queiroz;Pires, Rafael de Deus;Meneghini, Alexandre Jo?o;Curado, Maria Paula;Oliveira, José Carlos de;Mota, Orlando Milhomem da;
ABCD. Arquivos Brasileiros de Cirurgia Digestiva (S?o Paulo) , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-67202007000200007
Abstract: background: percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy performed as proposed by gauderer et al. in 1980, has been used quite frequently in patients with head and neck tumors. some authors believe that this so-called pull technique would be associated to the risk of a tumor implantation in the wound as well as high levels of peristomal wound infection. although some alternative techniques provide better results, doubts about their technical applicability in daily practice still persists. aim: to assess the feasibility, safety and morbidity of percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy performed through a well-defined and standardized technique in patients with nonresectable or advanced head and neck cancer. methods: a consecutive series of patients who had either nonresectable or advanced tumors and were unable to be fed orally were submitted to an oncologic-hospital-based tertiary-referral endoscopy practice. tubes were implanted through an introducer technique comprised of two main stages. the first consisted of the application of two stitches aiming to fixate the anterior gastric wall to the abdominal wall, and the second being the inserting of the gastrostomy tube. results: between february 2003 and may 2004, 129 percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomies were performed. this study included 60 patients. they were all able to receive food on the same day. operative morbidity was observed in six patients (10%) and one procedure-related mortality was also observed (1.6%). conclusion: percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy is both feasible and safe, associated to low morbidity, and to acceptable mortality rates.
Perfis de personalidade, sintomas depressivos e risco suicidário nos alcoólicos
Deus,Alberto Afonso de;
Análise Psicológica , 2002,
Abstract: the author compare a group of 39 alcoholics with the general population, with the objective to find differences that can detail some psychological aspects in relation to the alcoholic dependence. the transformation felt in last years in groups of alcoholics - younger groups, with a heavy drink, as the drug dependents, by comparation to the ?classic? alcoholics, where alcoholism have a slow evolution, often integrated in a socio-cultural context, ride us thinking that this two forms of alcoholism are distinct mental disorders. to estimate this differences at level of personality structure we used the szondi test. the alcoholism is a ?pathetic walk? to the death, reason why we put the hypothesis that this behavior has subjacent a depressive state, in witch the subject turn agressivity against himself. one of the forms of this expression is showed in the number of road accidents. to compare the depression in this two groups we use the beck depression inventory. the expression of self-violence in this two groups of alcoholics, was avalaited by the stork risck suicide scale. we see that there is no signified differences between the two groups in depression, although, like we hope, younger alcoholics showed a grater suicide risk, and a greater number of road accidents.
Estudo da variabilidade do regime de ventos do litoral Norte do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
Amaro Evaldo de Deus
Vértices , 2010,
Abstract: Estudo da variabilidade do regime de ventos do litoral Norte do Estado do Rio de Janeiro para gera o eólio-elétrica. Campos dos Goytacazes, RJ, 2008. 83 f. Disserta o (Mestrado em Engenharia Ambiental) – Centro Federal de Educa o Tecnológica de Campos. Study of wind variability in the northern coast of the State of Rio de Janeiro for Aeolian-Electric generation. Campos dos Goytacazes, RJ, 2008. 83 f. Dissertation (Professional Master’s in Environmental Engineering) – Centro Federal de Educa o Tecnológica de Campos
A lógica da competi o política municipal em “cenários oligárquicos”
Cleber de Deus
Revista Estudos Políticos , 2011,
Abstract: O presente artigo tem por propósito mostrar como a competi o política em ambito municipal foi afetada pelo impacto do novo arranjo federativo brasileiro pós-1988 e pela introdu o do sistema multipartidário. A análise comparada de mais de 400 municípios detectou importantes altera es no processo de competi o eleitoral e partidária nas disputas municipais: houve modifica es no padr o descrito pela literatura que se dedica a estudar o fen meno do poder local. A tese central, presente na literatura municipalista, declarava que a causa da “oligarquiza o” dos subsistemas partidários locais era a centraliza o de recursos e decis es no Executivo Federal. A altera o das regras objetivando descentralizar as competências e fun es provocou um realinhamento das disputas eleitorais e políticas nos contextos tidos como oligárquicos[1].
Capítulo 2: coccidioidomicose
Deus Filho, Ant?nio de;
Jornal Brasileiro de Pneumologia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1806-37132009000900014
Abstract: coccidioidomycosis is a systemic mycosis caused by the dimorphic fungi coccidioides immitis and coccidioides posadasii. infection is acquired by inhalation of infective arthroconidia that live in the soil. in 60% of cases, the infection is benign and resolves spontaneously. in the northern hemisphere, coccidioidomycosis is endemic to arid and semi-arid regions at latitudes between 40on and 40os, particularly in the southwestern united states and in northern mexico. in the semi-arid northeastern region of brazil, cases of coccidioidomycosis have recently been reported in four states: piauí (100 cases); ceará (20 cases); maranh?o (6 cases); and bahia (2 cases). the illness manifests in one of three clinical forms: the primary pulmonary form; the progressive pulmonary form; or the disseminated form. on average, the symptoms of respiratory infection appear 10 days after exposure. the diagnosis is made by the isolation of coccidioides sp. in culture or by positive results from smear microscopy (10% potassium hydroxide test), periodic acid-schiff staining or silver staining of any suspect material (sputum, cerebrospinal fluid, skin exudate, lymph node aspirate, etc.) agar gel immunodiffusion is the diagnostic test most widely used. the most common finding on x-rays and ct scans is diffuse distribution of multiple pulmonary nodules, most of which are cavitated. the recommended treatment is fluconazole or itraconazole, the mean dose ranging from 200 to 400 mg/day, although as much as 1,200 mg/day is used in certain cases. in severe cases, amphotericin b can be the drug of choice. in cases of neurological involvement, the recommended treatment is administration of fluconazole, at a minimum dose of 400 mg/day.
Paridade de Ochlerotatus scapularis em condi??es de laboratório e campo
Deus,Juliana Telles de; Kakitani,Iná;
Revista de Saúde Pública , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-89102006000300020
Abstract: objective: to identify the parity status of ochlerotatus scapularis females in laboratory and field conditions. methods: field collections were carried out fortnightly using a hand-held aspirator in vale do ribeira, southeastern brazil, from april 2003 to march 2004. in laboratory, 100 ochlerotatus scapularis f1 females were obtained and followed up individually, reporting the number of blood meals, the length of gonotrophic cycle, survival and number of eggs laid. the parity status and ovarian development were observed through ovarian dissection of 90 field females for each collection and all females reared in laboratory. results: the parity status diagnoses of the 100 females reared in laboratory and dissected agreed with 55% of the oviposition data, and it was underestimated in 37% and overestimated in 2%. also in the laboratory, 106 gonotrophic cycles were completed, around 55% of females needed more than one blood meal before laying eggs. in laboratory conditions the species survival was 26 days. a total of 1,180 field females of ochlerotatus scapularis were dissected: 418 (35.4%) nulliparous, 655 (55.5%) uniparous, 46 (3.9%) biparous and 61 (5.2%) could not be evaluated. ninety field females were found in christophers and mer's phase iii-v. conclusions: the gonotrophic discordance hypothesis could be confirmed based on field and laboratory observations of ochlerotarus scapularis females.
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