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Efeito de 12 semanas de treinamento com pesos sobre a for?a muscular, composi??o corporal e triglicérides em homens sedentários
Polito, Marcos Doederlein;Cyrino, Edilson Serpeloni;Gerage, Aline Mendes;Nascimento, Matheus Amarante do;Januário, Renata Selvatici Borges;
Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-86922010000100005
Abstract: the purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of 12 weeks of resistance training on muscle strength, body composition and triglycerides in sedentary men. fourteen healthy men were randomly divided into experimental (eg = 29 ± 1 yrs; 180.0 ± 3.0 cm; 80.5 ± 1.8 kg) and control (cg = 27 ± 1 yrs; 170.0 ± 2.0 cm; 76.2 ± 0.9 kg) groups. the eg subjects participated in a resistance training protocol during 12 weeks, three times per week. the program of resistance training included 10 exercises performed in two sets of 10-20 repetitions. body mass, height, skinfold thickness and triglycerides were measured before and after the 12 weeks of intervention. one maximal repetition test (1rm) was done to measure muscle strength. significant differences (p<0.05) were observed on the sum of skinfolds only in eg after the resistance training, while body mass and triglycerides did not change in neither groups. muscle strength increased (p<0.05) in both exercises performed between the first and the second and between the second and the third 1-rm tests. therefore, 12 weeks of resistance training were enough to improve muscle strength and sum of skinfolds, but without promoting any changes in triglycerides and body mass.
Respostas pressóricas pós-exercícios com pesos executados em diferentes sobrecargas por mulheres normotensas
Gurj?o, André Luiz Demantova;Salvador, Emanuel Péricles;Cyrino, Edilson Serpeloni;Gerage, Aline Mendes;Schiavoni, Durcelina;Gobbi, Sebasti?o;
Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-86922009000100003
Abstract: resistance training (rt) has been widely recommended for improvement of some health-related physical fitness components. recently, the impact of rt in individuals with chronic-degenerative dysfunctions such as hypertension has been discussed. thus, the aim of this study was to compare the effects of one program of resistance training performed at different intensities on post-exercise blood pressure response. therefore, sixteen apparently healthy young women (20.5 ± 1.5 year-old) were randomly separated in two groups after having been submitted to an eight-week rt for equalization of muscular fitness levels. each group then performed 12 weeks of rt prescribed by one of two different-intensity protocols (gi = 3 x 6-8 rm; gii = 3 x 10-12 rm; three alternated days per week). systolic (sbp) and diastolic (dbp) blood pressures were assessed at rest and at minutes 1, 5, 10 and 30 after training, through auscultatory technique. two-way anova for repeated measures was used for comparison between groups at the different moments, and scheffé post-hoc test (a = 5%) was applied to point out where the differences occur. no significant statistical difference (p > 0.05) was found for sbp or dbp between groups at any moment. however, the rt hypotensive effect was observed only for gi, with the sbp showing a significant reduction when compared to rest values at minutes 10 and 30 of recovery (p < 0.05). in conclusion, only higher intensity resistance training can exert a slightly acute hypotensive effect on young females.
Rela??o entre índice de massa corporal e habilidade motora grossa em crian?as de quatro a seis anos
Catenassi, Fabrizio Zandonadi;Marques, Inara;Bastos, Carina Barbiero;Basso, Luciano;Ronque, Enio Ricardo Vaz;Gerage, Aline Mendes;
Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-86922007000400003
Abstract: this study had to aim to verify the relationship between performance in gross motor skill tasks and body mass index (bmi) in four to six year-old boys and girls. 27 children were analyzed, 16 boys and 11 girls, mean age of 5.64 ± 0.67 years. the children were submitted to the test of gross motor development-second edition (tgmd-2), proposed by ulrich (2000) and to the k?rperkoordinations-test für kinder (ktk), proposed by kiphard and schilling (1974). the punctuation obtained in the two tests was reduced to a scale common to both. the correlation between this scale and the bmi of the children was verified through the spearman correlation test, with p < 0.05. no significant interaction was observed among variables when boys and girls were analyzed or when the analysis was conducted with gender distinction. moreover, no interaction between the bmi and tasks which required higher demand of physical capacities was observed, which should be verified in further studies. it was possible to conclude from our results, that the performance of four to six year-old children in tasks which involved gross motor skill did not relate with bmi.
Impact of 12 weeks of resistance training on physical and functional fitness in elderly women. http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/1980-0037.2013v15n2p145
Aline Mendes Gerage,Renata S Borges Januário,,Matheus Amarante do Nascimento,Fábio Luis Cheche Pina
Revista Brasileira de Cineantropometria e Desempenho Humano , 2013,
Abstract: The objective of the study was to analyze the impact of 12 weeks of resistance training (RT) on physical functional fitness in elderly women. Fifty-one elderly women (66.1±4.4 years), apparently healthy, insufficiently active, and without prior experience in RT were randomly assigned into two groups: Training Group (TG = 24) and Control Group (CG = 27). The TG was submitted to a standardized RT program composed of eight exercises, performed in two sets of 10 to 15 repetitions, three times a week, and the CG was submitted to a 12 week stretching exercise program composed by two sessions per week of 30 minutes each. Their physical and functional fitness level was analyzed before and after the intervention period by motor testing to assess Right and Left Upper Limb Endurance (RULE, LULE), Lower Limb Endurance (LLE), Flexibility (FLEX), Manual Skills (MS), Ability to Put on Socks (APS), and Coordination (COORD). The TG had improved performance in LLE (+13.8%), RULE (+24.3%), LULE (+22.9%), and MS (- 0.9 s), whereas the CG improved performance in RULE (+13.9%) and LULE (+14.1%), but had increased time in COORD by (+1.5 s), and these were the only tests showing significant interactions of group vs. time (p<0.05). The results suggest that 12 weeks of RT seem to be sufficient to induce positive changes on physical and functional fitness of healthy and previously untrained elderly women.
Valida??o do monitor de medida de press?o arterial Omron HEM 742 em adolescentes
Christofaro, Diego Giulliano Destro;Fernandes, R?mulo Araújo;Gerage, Aline Mendes;Alves, Marcelo José;Polito, Marcos Doederlein;Oliveira, Arli Ramos de;
Arquivos Brasileiros de Cardiologia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0066-782X2009000100003
Abstract: background: accurate blood pressure measurement is fundamental for scientific investigation or clinical decision-making. in this sense, it is important to verify the values provided by electronic devices. objective: to validate the omron hem 742 blood pressure monitoring device in adolescents according to criteria suggested by the british hypertension society. methods: a total of 150 adolescents aged between 10 and 16 years participated in the study. the automated omron hem 742 monitor was connected in y to the mercury column auscultatory device, then three simultaneous measurements were taken, and the differences between the readings of the two devices were calculated. the intraclass correlation coefficient and bland-altman plot (agreement) were used to verify the relationship between both devices. specificity and sensitivity of the device were determined by using the roc curve. results: the comparison between the measurements showed an equal to or lower than 5mmhg difference in 67.3% of the systolic values, and 69.3% of the diastolic values; an equal to or lower than 10mmhg difference occurred in 87.3% and 90.6% of the systolic and diastolic values, respectively; an equal to or lower than 15mmhg difference was found in 96.6% of the systolic values and 97.3% of the diastolic values. these findings are consistent with a grade a according to the british hypertension society protocol. a marked consonance was observed between the values obtained by the automated monitor and this device was proven to be capable of identifying the presence or absence of high blood pressure. conclusion: the omron hem 742 monitor was proved valid for blood pressure measurement in adolescents according to the criteria suggested by the british hypertension society.
Influência do estado de treinamento sobre o comportamento da press?o arterial após uma sess?o de exercícios com pesos em idosas hipertensas
Costa, Jo?o Bruno Yoshinaga;Gerage, Aline Mendes;Gon?alves, Cássio Gustavo Santana;Pina, Fábio Luiz Cheche;Polito, Marcos Doederlein;
Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-86922010000200005
Abstract: background: there are few studies on post-resistance exercise hypotension in hypertensive older females. purpose: to verify the acute systolic (sbp), diastolic (dbp), and mean arterial pressure (map) response after a resistance exercise session performed by hypertensive elderly subjects with and without experience in resistance training. methods: fifteen elderly women (66 ± 4 yrs; 63.9 ± 9.1 kg; 1.6 ± 0.1 m) were divided in trained group (tg; n = 6) and non-trained group (ntg; n = 9). the sample performed a control session (cs - seated during 40 min) and experimental session (es - seven resistance exercises; two sets; 10-15 rm). blood pressure was assessed by auscultation after 10 min at rest (pre-exercise) and every 15 min during 60 min post-exercise. results: no difference was identified between groups at rest. the analysis of variance showed drop to sbp at 30 min after exercises (p = 0.03) in es and no difference for cs. ntg showed drop to sbp (p<0.001) and mbp (p<0.01) at 15, 30, 45 e 60 min post-exercise, and dbp (p = 0.02) at 15o and 30o min in es. in the cs, sbp (p = 0.006) and mbp (p = 0.04) were higher than rest at 15, 45 and 60 min. conclusion: a single resistance exercise session can reduce blood pressure in hypertensive elderly women, especially in a non-trained group.
Efeito de 16 semanas de treinamento com pesos sobre a press?o arterial em mulheres normotensas e n?o-treinadas
Gerage, Aline Mendes;Cyrino, Edilson Serpeloni;Schiavoni, Durcelina;Nakamura, Fábio Yuzo;Ronque, Enio Ricardo Vaz;Gurj?o, André Luiz Demantova;Gobbi, Sebasti?o;
Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-86922007000600001
Abstract: the aim of this study was to analyze the impact of a 16-week weight training (wt) over blood pressure (bp) in normotensive women. the sample consisted of 21 young women (20.5 ± 2.1 years), non-trained, who were randomly grouped in training group (tg = 13) and control group (cg = 8). the wt protocol was progressively structured, in two phases, with duration of eight weeks each, being performed with weekly frequency of three sessions. bp measurements were conducted at rest through the auscultatory method, in the different moments of the study (baseline, after eight and 16 weeks). the shapiro-wilk test was used for analysis of the data normality. two-way anova for repeated measurements was used for the comparisons between groups during the time, followed by the scheffé post-hoc test when p < 0.05. a group v. moment interaction was found in the systolic, diastolic and mean bp values, with significant decreases, during the 16 weeks of follow-up, in the order of 5, 8 and 6 mmhg, respectively, in the tg. the outcomes suggest that the 16 week-wt program may cause important reductions in bp in normotensive young women and previously non-trained.
Políticas e inova??o em aten??o à saúde mental: limites ao descolamento do desempenho do SUS
Ribeiro,José Mendes; Inglez-Dias,Aline;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232011001300011
Abstract: we studied brazilian policies on mental health with respect to normative, supply and demand and financing aspects. we concluded that the sustainability of innovations in psychiatric reform depends on enhanced financing and integration with primary care community services, on the overall performance of sus and the reduction of autonomous and exclusive services in primary care. there is high and rising pressure in demand for services measured in daly and the incidence of disease. the reduction observed in psychiatric beds was accompanied by the systemic reduction, though with selective reduction for psychiatric hospitalizations. caps services have institutional limits due to the model adopted of direct public administration and local government capacity. secondary data available show that: (i) sus has a virtual monopoly on general outpatient and hospital services; (ii) mental health specialists belong mostly to sus; (iii) most mental health services are outpatient services; (iv) few caps have day-bed services available; and (v) there is reduced federal financing for these innovations.
Uma clínica para o atendimento a moradores de rua: direitos humanos e composi o do sujeito A social clinic to attend homeless: human rights and the identity
Aline Aguiar Mendes,Maria Fernanda Machado
Psicologia: Ciência e Profiss?o , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/s1414-98932004000300013
Abstract: Neste ensaio, temos como objetivo discutir as formas convencionais de interven o institucional direcionadas aos moradores de rua. Analisamos a rela o dessa prática com uma determinada apropria o dos direitos humanos na contemporaneidade. A partir dessa análise, buscamos apontar uma possibilidade clínica no atendimento social tendo como fundamento a no o de sujeito concebida por Alain Badiou. Nessa perspectiva, avaliamos a viabilidade do exercício da cidadania por um ser que, em alguma medida, se encontra reduzido à sua condi o animal. Por fim, visando a ilustrar e demonstrar a aplicabilidade dessa elabora o teórica, apresentamos a constru o de um fragmento clínico. The objective of this essay is to question the conventional forms used by institutions to deal with the homeless. These practices seem to be related to a certain contemporary appropriation of the human rights. From this vantage point, we present and discuss a clinical possibility in social assistance, which is based on the notion of individual as conceived by Alain Badiou. In such a perspective, it is discussed the viability of citizenship exercise by a human being that, in a sense, finds himself/herself restricted to animal condition. In order to illustrate and to demonstrate the applicability of such a theoretical construction, a clinical fragment is presented in the last section of the essay.
A Case Report of Calcifying Epithelioma of Malherbe (Pilomatrixoma) Mimicking Breast Carcinoma in Male Patient  [PDF]
Maria Marta Martins, Adrienne Pratti Lucarelli, José Mendes Aldrighi, Aline Forattini
Case Reports in Clinical Medicine (CRCM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/crcm.2014.35063

Pilomatricoma or calcifying epithelioma of Malherbe is a rare benign tumor of the skin and/or the subcutaneous tissue originating from the hair matrix. It is usually seen in children and adolescents, however a smaller second peak of onset is seen in the elderly. The head, neck, or upper extremities are the most common anatomical sites of pilomatricomas, being less frequently seen on the trunk and lower extremities, and very rarely have they been diagnosed in the breast. Its malignant counterpart, pilomatrix carcinoma, is rare and found more often in men. Due to its incapacity of regression, treatment consists of surgical excision. We present the case of a man with a pilomatrixoma of the breast, presenting as ACR BI-RADS 4, and we review the literature regarding pilomatrixomas.

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