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Definición de la adquisición de la infección toxoplásmica: cuándo es congénita o adquirida? Definition of acquired toxoplasmosis infection: when is it congenital or acquired?
C.A. López-Castillo,A. de-la-Torre
Archivos de la Sociedad Espa?ola de Oftalmología , 2011,
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Recurrent acute pancreatitis as clinical presentation of hydatid disease of the liver Pancreatitis aguda de repetición como presentación clínica de hidatidosis hepática
María José Rodríguez-Sicilia,Cristina González-Artacho,María José Cabello-Tapia,Paloma de-la-Torre-Rubio
Revista Espa?ola de Enfermedades Digestivas , 2012,
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Contributions of myofascial pain in diagnosis and treatment of shoulder pain. A randomized control trial
Sara Perez-Palomares, Bárbara Oliván-Blázquez, Ana Ma Arnal-Burró, Orlando Mayoral-Del Moral, Elena Gaspar-Calvo, Ma Luisa de-la-Torre-Beldarraín, Elena López-Lape?a, Marina Pérez-Benito, Victoria Ara-Loriente, Laura Romo-Calvo
BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders , 2009, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2474-10-92
Abstract: The aims and methods of this study are related with providing evidence of the relationship that may exist between this condition and MPS in the diagnosis and treatment of rotator cuff tendonitis and/or SIS.A descriptive transversal study will be made to find the correlation between the diagnosis of SIS and rotator cuff tendonitis, positive provocation test responses, the existence of active MTrPs and the results obtained with ultrasonography (US) and Magnetic Renonance Imaging (MRI). A randomized double blinded clinical trial will be carried out in experimental conditions: A Protocolized treatment based on active and passive joint repositioning, stabilization exercises, stretching of the periarticular shoulder muscles and postural reeducation. B. The previously described protocolized treatment, with the addition of dry needling applied to active MTrPs with the purpose of isolating the efficacy of dry needling in treatment.This study aims to provide a new vision of shoulder pain, from the perspective of MPS. This syndrome can, by itself, account for shoulder pain and dysfunction, although it can coexist with real conditions involving the tendons.ISRCTN Number: 30907460Shoulder pain is an important cause of morbidity and has a high prevalence. It is the third most common musculoskeletal problem [1] seen in primary care consultations. Alteration of the soft or periarticular tissue is the most common cause [2-4], while bone disease, joint impairment (inflammatory or not) and joint instability [3,4] occurring to a lesser degree.The origin of soft tissue lesions is quite varied. It can include a series of causes from subacromial or subacromiodeltoid bursitis to partial or total tearing of the rotator cuff tendon, calcific tendonitis of the rotator cuff, and tendonitis and rupture of the long biceps tendon [4-6]. Among these, the most common is found to be alterations in the rotator cuff, with SIS as the triggering physiopathological mechanism [7,8]. This is a problem regu
Elementos de vulnerabilidade individual de adolescentes ao HIV/AIDS
Toledo, Melina Mafra;Takahashi, Renata Ferreira;De-La-Torre-Ugarte-Guanilo, Mónica Cecilia;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672011000200024
Abstract: adolescence is characterized by experimentation and discovery, the development of autonomy and close search of sexuality. the objective of this study was to identify the scientific evidences of literature on the elements of the individual dimension of adolescents' vulnerability of to the hiv/aids. through the integrative review, in electronic data bases (cinahl pubmed, scopus, lilacs, adolec, dedalus, digital library of brazilian of teses and disserta??es (bdtd) and portal of thesis of university of s?o paulo), works published between 1996 and 2006 were tracked. 41 studies compose the final sample. the most frequent element of individual vulnerability in the studies was the degree and quality of the knowledge on hi v/aids. the revision allowed identifying excellent scientific evidences of the individual vulnerability for the planning of the actions of prevention to the infection for the hiv in adolescents.
Revis?o sistemática: no??es gerais
De-la-Torre-Ugarte-Guanilo, M?nica Cecilia;Takahashi, Renata Ferreira;Bertolozzi, Maria Rita;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342011000500033
Abstract: systematic review is a useful methodology in health, as it makes it possible to identify the best evidence and sumamrize them so as to found proposals for changes in the areas of prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation. the purpose of this article is to provide support for planning systematic reviews by answering the following questions: what is evidence-based practice? what is systematic review? should systematic reviews be anchored on qualitative or quantitative research? what are the pertinent information sources to identify the evidence? what is evidence? what are the procedures to validate a systematic review? how can the quality of evidence be evaluated? what methodology is used to summarize the evidence? how should a systematic review be planned?
Tuberculosis: limitations and strengths of Directly Observed Treatment Short-Course
Queiroz, Elisangela Martins de;De-La-Torre-Ugarte-Guanilo, Mónica Cecilia;Ferreira, Kuitéria Ribeiro;Bertolozzi, Maria Rita;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692012000200021
Abstract: this study analyzed the limitations and strengths of the directly observed treatment short-course (dots) for tuberculosis from the perspective of patients and healthcare providers in a technical health supervision unit in the city of s?o paulo, sp, brazil. four patients and 17 healthcare providers from nine primary care units were interviewed from april to june 2006, after signing free and informed consent forms. the reports were decoded according to the speech analysis technique. the theory of the social determination of the health-disease process was adopted as the theoretical framework. the strengths were: establishment of bonds between healthcare providers and patients and the introduction of incentives, which promotes treatment adherence. limitations included: restricted involvement of dots' healthcare providers and reconciling patients' working hours with supervision. treatment adherence goes beyond the biological sphere and healthcare providers should acknowledge patients' needs that go beyond the supervision of medication taken.
Preparación para la docencia en posgrado en enfermería: potencialidades y límites
Mónica Cecilia De-la-Torre-Ugarte-Guanilo,Alva Helena de Almeida,Melina Mafra Toledo,Sayuri Tanaka Maeda
Revista Eletr?nica de Enfermagem , 2010,
Abstract: La formación profesional de los docentes universitarios es actualmente el centro de atención. Este estudio relata laexperiencia de tres alumnas de posgrado de la Universidad de Sao Paulo que participaron del Programa de Perfeccionamientoen Ense anza, por medio del curso “Fundamentos y Prácticas de Enfermería en Salud Colectiva”, ofrecido para alumnas degraduación en enfermería, en el I semestre del 2007. En la metodología se discurrió sobre estrategias utilizadas paraplanificar, desarrollar y evaluar el curso. Se presentan los resultados y discusiones de ese proceso, con el interés dereflexionar sobre el alcance del Programa, referente a aprender a ense ar. Se considera que la experiencia en el Programa seconstituye como un espacio privilegiado para el perfeccionamiento en ense anza del alumno de posgrado y para reflexionar sobre el proceso ense anza-aprendizaje. Entretanto, fue un espacio insuficiente, pues es el único espacio para atender a esta necesidad en la universidad.
Cultural audit as a tool to increase employee involvement in small firms: a case study
Pardo-del-Val,Manuela; Dasí-Rodríguez,Sonia; Cerver-Romero,Elvira; de-la-Torre-Fernández,Amparo;
Comportamento Organizacional e Gest?o , 2006,
Abstract: employee involvement is a common goal for most companies. this research started when managers of a family-run horticultural firm decided to increase employee commitment and improve organizational climate. to help them, we considered the possibility of developing a cultural audit, adapting the tool to the fact that it was a small family business. therefore, this paper will firstly review the existing literature concerning organizational culture, specially which cultural characteristics should be more valuable to achieve employee commitment and involvement and how to run a cultural audit. secondly, it will expose the design and implementation of a cultural audit at this company, through an explicative case study that aims to compare the existing culture with the characteristics described theoretically. the study discusses the lack of trust, of a creative atmosphere, and of a shared vission, and suggests some recommendations to develop these characteristics, in order to gain the desired level of employee involvement.
Portadores de tuberculose multirresistente em um centro de referência: perfil sócio-demográfico e clínico-epidemiológico
Ferreira, Kuitéria Ribeiro;Cavalcante, Edilma Gomes Rocha;De-La-Torre-Ugarte-Guanilo, Mónica Cecilia;Berti, Rosalinda Asenjo Lopez;Bertolozzi, Maria Rita;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342011000800008
Abstract: the objective of this is quantitative, descriptive, retrospective and sectional study was to describe the sociodemographic and clinical-epidemiological profile of the patients with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (mrtb) enrolled in the state of s?o paulo reference center for tuberculosis (tb). data was collected from notification forms and medical records of subjects registered between august 2002 and december 2009. data collection was performed february to june 2010, using a structured instrument, and then systematized using excel and epi info. it was identified 188 people, 74.2% from the municipality of s?o paulo; 93.1% in the productive age group; 61.6% were unemployed; 64.4% men; 34.6% had 4 to 7 years of education; 98.9% with prior tb treatment; 98.4% with pulmonary mrtb; 71.4% with bilateral lesion cavity and all tested for antimicrobial sensitivity. the findings evidenced that subjects developed mrtb mainly due to living conditions and accessibility to health services. insufficient data from notification forms and files limited an extensive approach as required by tb, a disease proven to be socially determined.
Caracteriza??o de pessoas com diabetes em unidades de aten??o primária e secundária em rela??o a fatores desencadeantes do pé diabético
Ochoa-Vigo, Kattia;Torquato, Maria Teresa da Costa Gon?alves;Silvério, Izilda Aparecida de Souza;Queiroz, Flávia Alline de;De-La-Torre-Ugarte-Guanilo, Mónica Cecilia;Pace, Ana Emilia;
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-21002006000300007
Abstract: objective: to describe factors associated with the development of diabetic foot ulcer among patients from primary health care settings regarding demographic variables, medical history, and risk for vascular complications. methods: data were collected through interviews and feet examination, which consisted of dermatological, structural, circulatory, and neurological evaluation and classified according to sims and colleagues. results: the average age of the individuals with diabetes was 58.5±8.5 years old, had diabetes for 8.7±6.7 years, and had few years of elementary education. in terms of past medical history, 73% of the patients with diabetes also had high blood pressure and 22% had high cholesterol. they had an average blood glucose levels of 159±79 mg/dl and an average glycemic control (hba1c) of 7.8±2%. feet exam revealed that 73% of the patient had inadequate nail hygiene/trimming, 63% had dry/scaly skin, 52% had altered nail shape, 49% had corns/cracks, and 33% had flat foot. regarding vascular risk classification, 7.9% had plantar loss of sensitivity and 6.9% had both plantar insensitivity and feet deformity. conclusion: the findings suggest that such alterations could be prevented through nursing interventions and feet care education.
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