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Pain and disease according to integral anthroposophical dentistry
Célia Regina Lulo Galitesi,Flaviana Bombarda de Andrade,Ana Flávia Sanches Borges
Brazilian Oral Research , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/s1806-83242012000700009
Abstract: From an academic standpoint, the university format, in general, has been nurturing a "paradigm of expertise" and, consequently, the relationship between specialties has declined. The upshot is that recent college dental graduates have adopted a clinical performance focusing on system parts and their specificities, in detriment to a more comprehensive view of the mouth and of the patient as a whole, with his/her vital, emotional and individual attributes. An interaction between the several different areas of human knowledge is needed imminently to decrease the dichotomy in professional behavior, because the demand for professionals and dental patients interested in a more comprehensive approach are increasing day by day. Patients want to know: "What, in fact, is behind the etiological extrinsic and intrinsic factors that maintain neuropathic pain, recurrent thrush, or persistent halitosis," among other questions, "even under the care of a dentist?" or "Why is this disease affecting me?" There are several issues composing the paradigm of salutogenesis: What are the essential aspects that constitute a healthy individual, overlapping the usual investigation: How to destroy, avoid and quell the pathological agents? A proposed approach is based on salutogenesis, which examines such issues. According to this approach, anthroposophical dentistry includes determinant factors, determinants of health, basic research and the development of oral health promotion, thus connecting dental academia with integrative thinking, while also complementing and gathering information that subsidizes basic research with the primordial concepts on laws governing the parameters involved in the vital processes of nature.
Effects of resin luting agents and 1% NaOCl on the marginal fit of indirect composite restorations in primary teeth
Borges, Ana Flávia Sanches;Simonato, Luciana Estevam;Pascon, Fernanda Miori;Kantowitz, Kamila Rosamiglia;Rontani, Regina Maria Puppin;
Journal of Applied Oral Science , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-77572011000500004
Abstract: objective: the purpose of this study was to provide information regarding the marginal adaptation of composite resin onlays in primary teeth previously treated with 1% sodium hypochlorite (naocl) (pulp irrigant) using two different resin luting agents. material and methods: forty extracted sound primary molars had their crowns prepared in a standardized machine and were randomly divided into 4 groups (n=10): g1 (1% naocl irrigation+enforce); g2 (enforce); g3 (1% naocl irrigation+rely x); g4 (rely x). the onlays were made with z250 composite resin on plaster models. after luting, the tooth/restoration set was stored in 100% relative humidity at 37oc for 24 h and finished with soflex discs. caries detector solution was applied at the tooth/restoration interface for 5 s. the specimens were washed and four digital photos of each tooth were then taken. the extents of the gaps were measured with image tool 3.0 software. the percentage data were submitted to a kruskal-wallis test (α=0.05). the relative risk test analyzed the chance of a gap presence correlated to each group. results: there were no statistically significant differences (p>0.05) among the groups. the relative risk test revealed that some groups were more apt to have a presence of gaps than others. conclusion: neither the 1% naocl treatment nor the resin luting agents caused any alterations in the dental substrate that could have influenced the marginal adaptation of composite onlays in primary teeth.
A visita médica domiciliar como espa?o para intera??o e comunica??o em Florianópolis, SC
Borges, Renata;D'Oliveira, Ana Flávia Pires Lucas;
Interface - Comunica??o, Saúde, Educa??o , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-32832011005000009
Abstract: this paper discusses the medical home visit based on research carried out in the municipality of florianópolis, state of santa catarina (southern brazil), in the context of the family health strategy. the main objective was to understand how the home visit impacts on medical practice, regarding changes in the quality of the interaction between the professional, the patient and his family. qualitative methodology was adopted along with triangulation techniques, which combined interviews, participant observation and the reading of documents. it was noticed that the home visit encourages interaction by promoting communication oriented towards mutual understanding. thus, the professional can strive to have technical efficiency (technical success) combined with the understanding and focus on projects of happiness of patients and family members (practical success).
O efeito da deambula??o na dura??o da faze ativa do trabalho de parto
Mamede, Fabiana Villela;Almeida, Ana Maria de;Nakano, Ana Márcia Spanó;Gomes, Flávia Azevedo;Panobianco, Marislei Sanches;
Escola Anna Nery , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-81452007000300011
Abstract: this study aimed to analyze the association between walking and the duration of the active phase of labor. methodology: we realized an analytic, an almost experimental intervention study. study participants were 80 primiparous parturient women, who were admitted during spontaneous labor, at the start of the active phase. data collection instruments: podometer to measure the distance walked in meters, numerical visual pain scale, and form for data registration. results: the parturient women walked an average distance of 1624 meters, 63.09% of the active phase of labor and during an average time of 5 hours. we observed that the distance walked during the first three hours of the active phase is associated with a shorter labor time. for every 100 meters walked, duration decreased by 22 minutes during the first hour, by 10 minutes during the second hour and by 6 minutes during the third hour.
Intake of metabolizable energy in adult canaries (serinus canaria) Consumo de energia metabolizável para canários ("Serinus canaria") adultos
Ana Carolina Euler,Walter Motta Ferreira,Flávia Borges Saad,Edgar Alencar Teixeira
Revista Brasileira de Saúde e Produ??o Animal , 2007,
Abstract: The assay accomplished to determine the optimum level of metabolizable energy(ME) for the canary maintenance using diets with crude protein(CP) level growing (12%, 15% e 18% in natural matter - NM) combined with three level of ME (2700, 2850 and 3000 kcal/Kg in the NM). 54 birds (Serinus canaria) were used, distributed at random in nine treatments (three level of protein and three level of energy), 18 experimental units, with four periods, eight repetition as a balanced incomplete block desing. The parameters studied were 1- average daily intake ME; 2- digestibility coefficient of GE; 3- relation ME:CP of tested diets. Was used the student "t" test (dms) to compare the effects of protein level, metabolizable energy level and its interactions. The results obtained in this experiment they allowed to end that: - canary in maintenance had their intake metabolizable energy influenced by the level of crude protein, suggested that the (14,55 kcal de ME/birds and 15%CP in diets with a relation of 18 kcal ME/g CP). O experimento foi realizado para determinar, nível ótimo de energia metabolizável (EM), que permita a manuten o saudável de canários mantidos em cativeiros, utilizando dietas com níveis crescentes de proteína bruta(PB) (12%,15% e 18% na matéria natural- MN) combinados com três níveis de EM (2700, 2850 e 3000 kcal/Kg na MN). Foram utilizados 54 pássaros (Serinus canaria) distribuídos ao acaso em nove tratamentos (três níveis protéicos e três níveis energéticos), 18 unidades experimentais, quatro períodos experimentais e oito repeti es, de acordo com o delineamento de blocos incompletos balanceados. Os parametros avaliados foram: 1 - consumo diário EM; 2 - coeficientes de digestibilidade da EB; 3 - rela o EM:PB das dietas testadas. Para comparar os efeitos dos níveis de proteína, de energia metabolizável e as respectivas intera es sobre os parametros estudados, foi utilizado o teste "t" de student (diferen a mínima significativa - dms). Os resultados obtidos neste experimento permitem concluir que: canários em manuten o tendem a ajustar seu consumo de energia metabolizável influenciado pelo nível de proteína, estimando-se que um nível aproximado de 14,55 kcal de EM/ave e 15% de PB podem atender as exigências neste estágio fisiológico em dietas com concentra es energéticas aproximadamente de 2850 kcal/Kg, concorrendo para uma rela o de 18 kcal EM/ g PB.
Increasing levels of zeolite and Yucca schidigera in diets for adult cats
Roque, Natália Charleaux;Saad, Flávia Maria de Oliveira Borges;Santos, Jo?o Paulo Fernandes dos;Ebina, Fernanda Sayuri;Chizzotti, Ana Flávia;Silva, Rosana Claudio;Aquino, Adriana Augusto;Maia, Gustavo Vaz Corrêa;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982011001100027
Abstract: the effect of the additives yucca schidigera (ysc) and zeolite (clinoptilolite) on digestibility, fecal texture and odor, blood parameters and urine ph of domesticated felines was evaluated. the experiment was conducted in a randomized block design, with twenty-one cats, in two periods, distributed in seven treatments: moist commercial feed (control); control + 125, 250 and 375 ppm ysc; and control + 0.5; 0.75 and 1.0 % zeolite. no differences were observed between the diets regarding apparent digestibility coefficients of nutrient, energy, urine ph or blood parameters. however, levels of 0.5 and 0.75% zeolite were effective both in reducing odor (r2 = 96.39) and for fecal texture (r2 = 99.63), showing a quadratic pattern for these variables. levels of 125 and 375 ppm ysc were also efficient in reducing fecal odor; however they did not adjust to regression. levels of 0.5% and 0.75% zeolite significantly reduce odor of feces and increase fecal texture when added to commercial feed for cats.
Toxicidade de extratos vegetais a Scutellonema bradys
Coimbra, Jo?o Luiz;Soares, Ana Cristina Fermino;Garrido, Marlon da Silva;Sousa, Carla da Silva;Ribeiro, Flávia Luciana Borges;
Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-204X2006000700020
Abstract: the objective of this work was to evaluate the nematostatic and nematicide effect of aqueous extracts from garlic bulbs (allium sativum l.), cassava (manihot esculenta crantz) leaves, papaya (carica papaya l.) leaves and seeds, mentha (mentha piperita l.) leaves, and gliricídia (gliricidia sepium (jacq.) steud.) tree bark to scutellonema bradys, the causal agent of yam (dioscorea cayennensis lam.) dry rot. all plant extracts inhibited the mobility and caused mortality to s. bradys. mentha and cassava extracts cause less than 45% mortality to s. bradys. the highest percentages of mortality are caused by extracts from papaya seeds and leaves, and garlic bulbs.
Associa??o entre sintomas depressivos e funcionamento social em cuidados primários à saúde
Fleck,Marcelo Pio de Almeida; Lima,Ana Flávia Barros da Silva; Louzada,Sérgio; Schestasky,Gustavo; Henriques,Alexandre; Borges,Vivian Roxo; Camey,Suzi; ,;
Revista de Saúde Pública , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-89102002000400008
Abstract: objective: depressive disorders represent a major public health problem due to their high prevalence and psychosocial impact. depressed patients are assiduous users of primary care services, although their depression is very often misdiagnosed. the objective of the study is to evaluate the association between depressive symptoms and social functioning in individuals that seek primary care services in a brazilian capital. methods: the study included 2,201 primary care users in the city of porto alegre, brazil. the participants' physical and emotional health was assessed through an interview using a questionnaire including 2 general questions from the world health organization's quality of life instrument (whoqol - brief); other questions from the medical outcomes study short-form 12 (sf-12), mhi 5 (mhi-5), centers for epidemiologic studies - depression (ces-d), and additional questions about work loss days and health care utilization. results: of all individuals, 79.5% were women aged on average 40 years. the intensity of depressive symptoms (measured by ces-d) was 20.2 for women and 16.2 for men. all parameters studied had an inverse relationship with the intensity of depressive symptoms. conclusions: this study reinforce the findings that depressive symptoms have a strong association with poor social functioning and quality of life and a higher utilization of health resources in primary care patients.
Analysis of the Secretomes of Paracoccidioides Mycelia and Yeast Cells
Simone Schneider Weber, Ana Flávia Alves Parente, Clayton Luiz Borges, Juliana Alves Parente, Alexandre Melo Bail?o, Célia Maria de Almeida Soares
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0052470
Abstract: Paracoccidioides, a complex of several phylogenetic species, is the causative agent of paracoccidioidomycosis. The ability of pathogenic fungi to develop a multifaceted response to the wide variety of stressors found in the host environment is important for virulence and pathogenesis. Extracellular proteins represent key mediators of the host-parasite interaction. To analyze the expression profile of the proteins secreted by Paracoccidioides, Pb01 mycelia and yeast cells, we used a proteomics approach combining two-dimensional electrophoresis with matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry (MALDI-Q-TOF MS/MS). From three biological replicates, 356 and 388 spots were detected, in mycelium and yeast cell secretomes, respectively. In this study, 160 non-redundant proteins/isoforms were indentified, including 30 and 24 proteins preferentially secreted in mycelia and yeast cells, respectively. In silico analyses revealed that 65% of the identified proteins/isoforms were secreted primarily via non-conventional pathways. We also investigated the influence of protein export inhibition in the phagocytosis of Paracoccidioides by macrophages. The addition of Brefeldin A to the culture medium significantly decreased the production of secreted proteins by both Paracoccidioides and internalized yeast cells by macrophages. In contrast, the addition of concentrated culture supernatant to the co-cultivation significantly increased the number of internalized yeast cells by macrophages. Importantly, the proteins detected in the fungal secretome were also identified within macrophages. These results indicate that Paracoccidioides extracellular proteins are important for the fungal interaction with the host.
Os gêneros textuais em cena: uma análise crítica de duas concep??es de gêneros textuais e sua aceitabilidade na educa??o no Brasil
Borges, Flávia Girardo Botelho;
Revista Brasileira de Linguística Aplicada , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1984-63982012000100007
Abstract: the topic of "text genres" seems exhausted due to the amount of researches and articles about it. however, a seldom noticed aspect about genres is the adoption of one of the theoretical approaches about this topic as a methodology in portuguese language classes, in brazil. the "text genres" topic became commonplace after being elected by the national curriculum parameters. these have elected one of the approach proposals on the topic, the one from the research group from genève. other proposals do exist, though, and in this article we intend to present a short history on theories of text genres, until we reach the conceptions from the genève group, then we move on to the socio-rhetorical group and, in the end, we compare these two theoretical approaches. we do not intend to qualify or dis-qualify a theory but rather to understand critically the eligibility of one of them by an official resolution and as guideline to teaching praxis.
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