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Frecuencia de la depresión puerperal en la maternidad de un hospital universitario de la Región del Sur
Lopes Menezes,F.; Netto de Oliveira,A.M.; Pinto Lemos,L.A.; Arruda da Silva,P.; Pereira da Costa Kerber,N.; Santos da Silva,M.R.;
Enfermería Global , 2012, DOI: 10.4321/S1695-61412012000300023
Abstract: this study aimed to identify the frequency of risk to trigger postpartum depression in women interned in a maternity hospital, through the application of the scale edinburgh post-natal depression scale (epds). it is a quantitative, exploratory and descriptive study. it included 53 postpartum women in the immediate postpartum period from april to may 2009. a questionnaire was developed based on the scale edinburgh post-natal depression scale (epds). the obtained data through the application of the scale were analyzed and interpreted using descriptive statistics and taking into account all the provisions from the resolution196/96 of the research with humans. the results showed that the risk of postpartum depression was found in six women (11%), which demonstrate the importance of health professionals to perform the early detection of postpartum depression, with the epds scale aid, the effectiveness' and practicality of its implementation.
Associa??o entre depress?o, ansiedade e qualidade de vida após infarto do miocárdio
Lemos, Concei??o;Gottschall, Carlos A.M.;Pellanda, Lucia C.;Müller, Marisa;
Psicologia: Teoria e Pesquisa , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-37722008000400010
Abstract: this study investigated the frequency of depression in individuals with cardiovascular disease, with or without an acute myocardial infarction (ami) diagnosis, and individuals with no cardiovascular disease. it is a prospective study with 168 patients of both genders, from 35 to 65 years old, divided into three groups: 60 inpatients (diagnosed with ami), 49 outpatients (diagnosed with cardiovascular disease without infarction), and 59 of the general population (without diagnosis of cardiovascular disease). the groups were investigated by applying questionnaires, which included the beck depression inventory (bdi), the beck anxiety inventory (bai) and the quality of life test (whoqol). the prevalence of depression in the ami group was 48.3%. the variables that remained significantly associated to depression were: family history (or=2.82 - 95%ci=1.12;7.08 - p=0.028), whoqol psychological domain (or=0.93 - 95%ci=0.89;0.98 - p=0.006), and anxiety score (or=1.08 - 95%ci=1.02;1.14 - p=0.012). these results suggest that depression disorders are not triggered post-ami but can be present before admission to the hospital, which shows the need to investigate people with chronic coronary disease.
Herbivoria de Tetranychus urticae Koch (Acari: Tetranychidae) induz defesa direta em morangueiro?
Fadini, Marcos A.M.;Lemos, Walkymario P.;Pallini, Angelo;Venzon, Madelaine;Mour?o, Sheila A.;
Neotropical Entomology , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2004000300003
Abstract: plants of strawberry fragaria x ananassa may present mechanisms of direct and indirect defenses against herbivores. such defenses may influence behaviour and development of phythophagous mites and their natural enemies, thereby reducing herbivory rate. we tested the effect of pre-infestation of strawberry plants by tetranychus urticae koch on the development and reproduction of the mite species. strawberry plants (cultivar iac campinas) were divided into two groups: plants without and plants with pre-infestation of t. urticae. the length of immature phases, the number of eggs per female and the survival of mites were not altered by the pre-infestation. these results may be associated to either the absence or low level of induced resistance of the cultivar iac campinas or perhaps the pre-infestation was insufficient to induce defenses. the reported resistance of this cultivar to t. urticae could be related to indirect defenses.
Influência do protocolo ergométrico na ocorrência de diferentes critérios de esfor?o máximo
Lemos, Thiago;Nogueira, Fernando S;Pompeu, Fernando A.M.S;
Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-86922011000100003
Abstract: introduction and objectives: the aim of this study was to investigate the influence of different exercise protocols in the onset of maximal effort parameters. methods: nine healthy individuals (23 ± 4 year old; 177 ± 10 cm; and 77.1 ± 16 kg) participated in three progressive exercise tests (pr1 - 15 w?min-1, pr2 - 50 w?3 min-1, and pr3 - 50 w?5 min-1) in a cycle ergometer. oxygen consumption was measured in open circuit and was calculated at 20 s intervals. the maximal effort parameters considered here were: plateau in oxygen consumption < 150 ml?min-1; maximal heart rate > 95% predicted by age; blood lactate concentration (8.0 mm; and rer > 1.1. results: the vo2max was not different among exercise tests (2.68 ± 1.0; 2.58 ± 1.0 and 2.99 ± 1.3 l?min-1 for pr1; pr2 and pr3, p = 0.72). the highest plateau occurrence was in pr1 (5 individuals). the heart rate criterion was observed in 3 individuals in pr3, while the lactate criterion was fulfilled in 6 subjects in the same pr3 protocol. regarding the rer parameter, only 6 subjects in pr1 achieved values > 1.1. conclusion: it was concluded that the maximal effort parameters evaluated in this study are influenced by the exercise test, even when there are no differences in the vo2max
Cost-benefit analysis of sheep and goat brucellosis vaccination with Rev.1 in the north of Portugal from 2000 to 2005
Coelho, A.M;Pinto, M.L;Coelho, A.C;
Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-09352011000100001
Abstract: in the north of portugal, a mass vaccination programme of small ruminants was conducted from 2001 to 2004. a study of cost-benefit was carried out for the 2000/2005 period to ascertain the economic benefits of this strategy. in order to estimate the cost of the zoonosis, the compensation costs paid to farmers for culled animals in the brucellosis eradication campaign, data from vaccine rev. 1 costs, and costs of people internment due to brucellosis were studied. an increase in the cost was observed from 2000 to 2001 (aproximately us$ 110,000), essentially due to compensation for culled animals, but also from vaccination and human internment costs. however, a progressive decrease was observed from 2001 to 2004 (from more than us$1,200,000 in 2001 to us$180,000 in 2004), roughly us$ 1,020,000 less. as the main conclusion, the annual cost of this zoonosis decreased by an average of almost us$600,000 per year, and a total of more than three million dollars were saved from 2000 to 2005. the results of this study suggest that mass vaccination with rev. 1 reduced overall costs and was effective in reducing animal and human brucellosis costs
Colora??o de Ziehl-Neelsen como método rápido de diagnóstico de paratuberculose ovina
Coelho, A.C.;Pinto, M.L.;Coelho, A.M.;Rodrigues, J.;
Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-09352008000500009
Abstract: the presence of acid-fast bacilli compatible with mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis in fecal and tissues smears was investigated using the ziehl-neelsen staining. a total of 26 fecal smears and 104 tissues smears collected from 26 sheep with confirmed paratuberculosis were analyzed. sixteen (61.5%) fecal smears showed compatible with acid-fast bacilli on microscopic examination after staining. twenty animals (76.9%) were diagnosed based on the positivity of tissues smears. the ziehl-neelsen sensitivities to faecal smears, tissues smears, and a combination of both were 61.5%, 76.9%, and 80.8%, respectively.
OBTENCIóN DE ANTICUERPOS POLICLONALES IgY ANTIPARVOVIRUS CANINO A PARTIR DE YEMA DE HUEVO DE GALLINA
Pinto, J.,Barco, M.,Afanador, M.C.,Merchán, A.M.*;
Universitas Scientiarum , 2005,
Abstract: Inmunizando un grupo de diez gallinas de postura raza Lohmann de 16 semanas de edad con parvovirus canino (CPV) cepa vacunal, se obtuvieron anticuerpos IgY policlonales contra CPV en yema de huevo.En la extracción de los anticuerpos de la yema se requirieron dos pasos, el primero para la remoción de lípidos y el segundo para la precipitación de proteínas. Para la remoción de lípidos se usó el método PBS:Cloroformo y para la precipitación de los anticuerpos solubles (Inmunoglobulinas-IgY) se usó el método de salting-out con sulfato de amonio ((NH4)2SO4). La evaluación del proceso se efectuó empleando el método comercial estándar “EGGstract IgY Purification System ” de PROMEGA.La metodología empleada permitió la obtención de anticuerpos IgY policlonales contra CPV a partir de yema de huevo de gallina en concentraciones altas por mililitro de yema, con una pureza aceptable y títulos altos; los resultados fueron comparables con el método comercial.
Identification of new isolates of Bacillus thuringiensis using rep-PCR products and delta-endotoxin electron microscopy
Lima, A.S.G.;Guidelli, A.M.;Abreu, I.L.;Lemos, M.V.F.;
Genetics and Molecular Biology , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-47572002000200017
Abstract: pcr has been used to analyze the distribution of rep (repetitive extragenic palindromic) and eric (enterobacterial repetitive intergenic consensus) sequences (rep-pcr) found within the genome of the bacterium bacillus thuringiensis, with the purpose to analyze the genetic similarities among 56 subspecies samples and 95 field isolates. the pcr products were analyzed by eb-age (ethidium bromide-agarose electrophoresis) and then submitted to banding comparisons, based on the phyllip software algorithm. when the banding similarities were considered for comparison purposes among all the strains, the phylogenic tree patterns varied according to the rep-pcr primers considered, but, from a broader point of view, the eric sequences produced better results, which, together with electron microscopy analysis of the released parasporal bodies and colony morphology characteristics, allowed to detect two possible new subspecies of b. thuringiensis.
Identification of new isolates of Bacillus thuringiensis using rep-PCR products and d-endotoxin electron microscopy
Lima A.S.G.,Guidelli A.M.,Abreu I.L.,Lemos M.V.F.
Genetics and Molecular Biology , 2002,
Abstract: PCR has been used to analyze the distribution of REP (Repetitive Extragenic Palindromic) and ERIC (Enterobacterial Repetitive Intergenic Consensus) sequences (rep-PCR) found within the genome of the bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis, with the purpose to analyze the genetic similarities among 56 subspecies samples and 95 field isolates. The PCR products were analyzed by EB-AGE (ethidium bromide-agarose electrophoresis) and then submitted to banding comparisons, based on the Phyllip software algorithm. When the banding similarities were considered for comparison purposes among all the strains, the phylogenic tree patterns varied according to the rep-PCR primers considered, but, from a broader point of view, the ERIC sequences produced better results, which, together with electron microscopy analysis of the released parasporal bodies and colony morphology characteristics, allowed to detect two possible new subspecies of B. thuringiensis.
Respuesta completa tras tratamiento con bioquimioterapia en un caso de melanoma cutáneo diseminado
Bermejo-Pérez,M.J.; Villar-Chamorro,E.; Lemos-Simosomo,M.; García-González,C.; Galeote-Miguel,A.M.;
Anales del Sistema Sanitario de Navarra , 2011, DOI: 10.4321/S1137-66272011000200018
Abstract: background. the management of patients with disseminated disease is a difficult problem. there is currently no consensus on the standard first-line treatment for metastatic melanoma. we present a case because of his exceptional evolution. results. a 43 year old male diagnosed in 1999 with malignant melanoma stage iia. in may 2000, hepatic and splenic metastases were detected. he received 6 cycles of biochemotherapy (cisplatin and dtic, plus interleukin-2 and interferon-α) and another 6 cycles with single immunotherapy (interleukin-2 and interferon-α). today, the patient is still alive and without evidence of disease. conclusion. metastatic cutaneous melanoma, sometimes, presents and unusual and favourable evolution. in the near future, the methods of detection of molecular markers are expected to identify factors involved in this type of response. furthermore, new targeted therapies may become essential to maintain this positive trend.
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