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Arlete Ana Motter,Karen Derussi de Souza,M?nica Fernandes dos Santos,Mariana de Freitas
Revista Uniandrade , 2012,
Abstract: A Shantala é uma massagem originária da índia, transmitida milenarmente de gera o em gera o. A técnica favorece um canal de comunica o entre m e e bebê, assim como estimula o desenvolvimento psicomotor da crian a. O estudo é fruto do projeto de extens o universitária, desenvolvido por uma docente e seis discentes da Universidade Federal do Paraná, de mar o a dezembro de 2009, no Centro de Educa o Infantil (CEI) Trem da Alegria, em Matinhos/PR. O objetivo do estudo foi promover a técnica de massagem Shantala como toque terapêutico para estreitar o vínculo família – bebê e fornecer qualidade de vida aos neonatos de cria o socializada e/ou institucionalizada. Foram realizadas oficinas semanais, das quais participaram pais, cuidadores e crian as (de 6 meses a 3 anos de idade) de ambos os sexos. Os participantes da oficina recebiam informa es sobre a Shantala, demonstra o da técnica e cartilha explicativa. Posteriormente responderam a um questionário,e os alunos envolvidos no projeto anotavam suas percep es após cada encontro.Os resultados foram positivos, pois os pais que realizaram a Shantala com seus filhos, relataram o aumento do vínculo com o bebê, assim como os acadêmicos vivenciaram de forma positiva a experiência com a técnica e a comunidade.
Um projeto político-pedagógico de gradua??o em fisioterapia pautado em três eixos curriculares
Signorelli, Marcos Claudio;Israel, Vera Lucia;Corrêa, Clynton Louren?o;Motter, Arlete Ana;Takeda, Sibele Yoko Mattozo;Gomes, Anna Raquel Silveira;
Fisioterapia em Movimento , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-51502010000200016
Abstract: introduction: ufpr litoral with its innovative ppp (political-pedagogical project), based on complexity theory, is finalizing the implementation of its first physical therapy graduating group. objectives: to comment some of the theoretical basis which sustain the project, presenting the experience of ppp's collective construction process, focusing three curricular components. metodology: qualitative, with a theoretical-reflexive approach. results: ppp's construction resulted in a curricular organization based in three componets: tpf (theoretical and practical fundaments), lp (learning projects) and chi (cultural and humanistic interactions). tpf consists about 60% of the curriculum, comprehending thematic modules elaborated by interdisciplinary professors team, based on the contextualized situation of the profession reality outside the campus. all contents taught follow brazillian national curricular guidance and national health system. the pa allows students to develop projects, mediated by professors involving the triad: teaching-research-extension. these are contextualized to the reality of parana's coastal communities, and also extended or amplified to other communities. the chi (consisting 20% of the curriculum) allows the future professionals to experience the complexity of human being and its integration to the surrounding environment, once they share experiences with other graduation courses and communities. conclusions: throughout all these processes, ufpr students demonstrate distinguished characteristics, that come from generalist, humanist, critical and reflexive praxis, as recommended by national curricular guidance. so we hope these experiences provide articulation of knowledge and practices, developing qualified professionals and conscious citizens who care for the collectivity.
Quality of life of the worker-students enrolled in the Middle Level Technical School for Professional Qualification in Nursing.
Ana Paula Martins Nunes,Arlete Silva
Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing , 2007,
Abstract: This study has as objectives the identification of the characteristics of the worker-students enrolled in the Middle Level Technical School for Professional Qualification in Nursing and the evaluation of their Quality of Life. It is a descriptive, exploratory, cross-sectional field study, with a qualitative focus. The population consisted of 101 worker-students enrolled in the morning, afternoon and night periods, in a private technical school in the city of S. Paulo. To evaluate their Quality of Life we used the Ferrans and Powers QOL, obtained from four dominions: Health/functioning, Socialeconomic, Psychologic/spiritual and Family. The QOL showed reliability, for this study, with an alpha value of 0.84. The majority (82.2%) of the students were females, 63.3% caucasian, 65.7% were aged between 19 and 29 years, 68.3% were single, 73.3% had no children, 82.8% said they slept less than 6 hours/day, 90.1% said they didnt eat properly and did it at incorrect hours. As for leisure, 67.9% of them referred to visiting family or friends and 63.1% referred to watching TV. In the evaluation of their Quality of Life we obtained the following scores: total Quality of Life, 21.07 (SD=4.50), Health/functioning, 20.01 (SD=5.03); Socio-economic, 20.09 (SD=4.82); Psychologic/spiritual, 23.58 (SD=5.41); and Family, 22.18 (SD=6.61). The Quality of Life of the worker-students was considered to be good in all dominions of QOL.
Microbiological contamination of toothbrushes and identification of a decontamination protocol using chlorhexidine spray
Rodrigues, Lais Kuhn;Motter, Cintia Werner;Pegoraro, Daniele Aiache;Menoli, Ana Paula Vicente;Menolli, Rafael Andrade;
Revista Odonto Ciência , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1980-65232012000300007
Abstract: purpose: this study evaluated the rate of microbial contamination of toothbrushes used by students and established a protocol for the spraying of 0.12% chlorhexidine to decrease the bacterial presence on the bristles of the brushes. methods: we performed cultures on selective and nonselective media from toothbrushes used by dentistry students from state university of west paraná (unioeste/pr) to identify and quantify the number of total and specific microorganisms. for the chlorhexidine test, a crossover and double-blind study was conducted, with a random selection of volunteers. each experimental phase consisted of fourteen days of brushing and an interval of seven days between treatments. for the test, thirty volunteers, divided into three groups of 10, using new toothbrushes, sprayed with either water or 0.12% chlorhexidine gluconate at different intervals (once or three times daily) after brushing. for statistical analysis, we used main effects anova, and a p-value<0.05 was considered significant. results: there was microbial growth on 91% of the used toothbrushes, with 81.3% showing growth of streptococcus. in 56.3% of the brushes, staphylococcus and enterobacteriaceae developed. the use of the chlorhexidine spray only three times per day was significantly more effective than water. conclusion: even in a group that knows the ideal conditions for the storage of toothbrushes, much microbial contamination still exists on the toothbrushes. a lower bacterial load can be obtained from the simple and inexpensive act of spraying chlorhexidine on the toothbrush after every brushing of the day.
O ensino dos métodos de investiga??o científica numa universidade particular
Avelar, Maria do Carmo Querido;Silva, Arlete;Teixeira, Marina Borges;Sabatés, Ana Llonch;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342007000300017
Abstract: the purpose of this descriptive, exploratory study was to analyze, with focus on the referential of the communicative action paradigm, what were listed as ease and difficulties by fifteen students of specialization courses in nursing concerning the teaching process of the discipline of scientific investigation methods. the categories expressed as ease and difficulties regarding the discipline's content, the elaboration of the research project and its development were analyzed in accordance with the standardized types of communicative action. after the analysis there could be noticed an emergence of elements at different development levels interpreted in a sequence of communication forms that show no commitment with innovation or change of the teaching process, demonstrating the disturbances of the consensus in this process.
Imunoistoquímica em oligodendrogliomas
Hilbig, Arlete;
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X2006000100014
Abstract: oligodendrogliomas (ol) are neuroepithelial tumors characterized by the presence of uniformly round nuclei with a clear cytoplasm around it. these features can also be seen in central neurocytomas, dnts and clear cell ependymomas. immunohistochemstry with glial and neuronal markers may be helpful in diferential diagnosis. the aim of this study was to determine the glial and neuronal differentiation in 42 specimes of otherwise typical ol using immunohistochemical techniques. ten cases showed anaplastic characteristics. thirty-three samples (78.5%) were positive to gfap with few cells stained in ten cases and many positive cells in six. twelve cases (28.5%) were focally positive to nse and/or synaptophysin showing neuronal differentiation. thirty-four cases (80.9%) expressed s-100. in conclusion, glial proteins may be present focally in ol due to presence of mature reactive astrocytes or transitional forms between astrocytes and oligodendrocytes. focal areas of neuronal differentiation can also be found in typical ol. the widespread staining with neuronal marker suggests central neurocytoma, but this diagnosis should not be done with small amount of tissue.
Organiza??o do trabalho na unidade centro de material
Silva, Arlete;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62341998000200010
Abstract: this study presents the central supply unit in the hospital taking into consideration organizing aspects related to its dimension, áreas, material and human resources.
Trabalhador de enfermagem na Unidade Centro de Material e os acidentes de trabalho Nursing workers and occupational accidents in central suplly unit
Arlete Silva
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 1997, DOI: 10.1590/s0080-62341997000200014
Imunoistoquímica em oligodendrogliomas
Hilbig Arlete
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2006,
Abstract: Os oligodendrogliomas (OL) s o tumores gliais caracterizados histologicamente pela presen a de núcleo redondo e homogêneo com halo claro perinuclear. A diferencia o microscópica desses tumores com neurocitoma central, DNT e algumas vezes com ependimoma de células claras pode ser difícil. O estudo imunoistoquímico com marcadores glial e neuronal tem sido utilizado e pode auxiliar no diagnóstico diferencial. O objetivo do presente estudo foi determinar a diferencia o neuronal e glial por meio de técnica imunoistoquímica utilizando anticorpos de rotina em tumores com características microscópicas de OL. Foram estudados 42 pacientes com idade entre 4 e 60 anos. Dez apresentavam sinais de maior malignidade (anaplásico). Trinta e três casos (78,5%) mostraram positividade para GFAP, sendo em 10 focal e 6 casos com express o intensa. Doze casos (28,5%) apresentaram positividade para NSE e/ou sinaptofisina, demonstrando alguma diferencia o neuronal, principalmente focal. Trinta e quatro casos (80,9%) foram positivos para S-100 e três casos (7,1%) foram positivos focalmente para NeuN. Concluimos que áreas focais de diferencia o neuronal e/ou glial podem estar presente em OL típicos e, portanto, é necessário cautela no diagnóstico diferencial em amostras pequenas de tumor. A positividade difusa para marcadores neuronais deve sugerir o diagnóstico de neurocitoma central.
Bounding network spectra for network design
Adilson E. Motter
Physics , 2007, DOI: 10.1088/1367-2630/9/6/182
Abstract: The identification of the limiting factors in the dynamical behavior of complex systems is an important interdisciplinary problem which often can be traced to the spectral properties of an underlying network. By deriving a general relation between the eigenvalues of weighted and unweighted networks, here I show that for a wide class of networks the dynamical behavior is tightly bounded by few network parameters. This result provides rigorous conditions for the design of networks with predefined dynamical properties and for the structural control of physical processes in complex systems. The results are illustrated using synchronization phenomena as a model process.
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