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La responsabilidad del Presidente. Razones para una reforma constitucional. Francisco Eguiguren Praeli
Herber Joel Campos Bernal
Derecho PUCP , 2008,
Abstract: Se extra a en el medio un estudio orgánico sobre la responsabilidad (política y judicial) del Presidente. Este vacío espera ser resuelto, en cierta medida, por el libro del constitucionalista y profesor peruano Francisco Eguiguren Praeli. En él Eguiguren desarrolla de manera paciente cada uno de los elementos legales de la responsabilidad del Presidente. Incluyendo algunas propuestas de reforma, que a continuación serán objeto de un breve comentario.
Reacciones adversas psiquiátricas asociadas a nuevos macrólidos: A propósito de tres casos
Sanz de Miguel,M.P.; Sancho Gracia,E.; Chapi Pe?a,B.; Campos Bernal,A.; Romero Gil,R.; García Vera,C.;
Pediatría Atención Primaria , 2010, DOI: 10.4321/S1139-76322010000300007
Abstract: macrolides represent the 10-15% of the world-wide market of oral antibiotics. they are one of the safer groups of antibiotics, being the severe adverse reactions very rare. they can produce gastrointestinal reactions, hepatotoxicity and ototoxicity. the psychiatric reactions are found sporadically among the adverse effects. cases reported to the fda showed that clarithromycin and ciprofloxacin are the most frequent antibiotics associated with the development of mania. the syndrome has been termed antibiomania. we present three clinical cases seen in a primary care office in the last year with similar pictures of hyperactivity and aggressiveness coinciding with the administration of antibiotics of the family of the macrolides.
El residuo de Solow revisado
José Reyes Bernal B.
Revista de Economía Institucional , 2010,
Abstract:
MéTODO PARA EVALUAR LA RESPUESTA DE GENOTIPOS DE TOMATE INOCULADOS CON PASSALORA FULVA (COOKE) U. BRAUN Y CROUS EN INVERNADERO
Bernal,A; Martínez,B; Infante,Danay;
Revista de Protecci?3n Vegetal , 2009,
Abstract: a method for evaluating the resistance to leaf mold on solanum plants was developed using conidial suspensions of passalora fulva. moneymaker cultivar and four near isogenic lines (nils), cf-ecp1, cf-ecp2, cf-ecp4 and cf-ecp5 were tested in a greenhouse. the inoculum was adjusted to 105 ufc.ml-1 and applied to the lower leaves. the plants were daily evaluated after inoculation up to 21 days. a standardized scale of leaf symptoms ensured consistency between evaluators. the genotypes, except cf-ecp1, cf-ecp2, cf-ecp4 and cf-ecp5 nils, showed a similar response to p. fulva in natural conditions. the resistance expressed in its nils was characterized by a hypersensible reaction. artificial inoculation of plants was an easy, rapid and practicable method to determine resistance to p. fulva. an inoculum adjusted to an appropriate concentration gave uniform symptoms on the inoculated leaves. the method used proved to be a promissory tool for the evaluation of tomato genotype response in breeding programmes.
Projections of Incidence, Prevalence and Mortality from Melanoma in Spain  [PDF]
Milagros Bernal,Dyego L. B. Souza,German Gomez,Francisco J. Gomez
Journal of Cosmetics, Dermatological Sciences and Applications (JCDSA) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jcdsa.2013.32a001
Abstract: Objective: The incidence and mortality rates for cutaneous melanoma (CM) have increased markedly in the last few years. As such, the aim of this study was to forecast their progression in Spain up until 2022. Design: A prospective epidemiological study using the Miamod technique. The primary data source was the mortality statistics released by the National Statistics Institute. Study selection: The MIAMOD method was used. Data extraction: Cases of death due to general and melanoma-related mortality in Spain between 1998 and 2007. Results: In men, the incidence is expected to increase from 11.85 (adjusted: 8.52) to 14.79 (adjusted: 9.43) per 100,000 inhabitants over the period 1998-2022. Similarly, the mortality is expected to increase slightly from 5.84 (adjusted: 4.12) to 7.19 (adjusted: 4.49) per 100,000 inhabitants, and the prevalence from 73.72 (adjusted: 52.31) to 95.46 (adjusted: 60.02) per 100,000 inhabitants over the same period. In women, the incidence is expected to increase from 3.79 (adjusted: 3.04) to 6.46 (adjusted: 4.21) per 100,000 inhabitants between 1998 and 2022, although this increase is not statistically significant. The mortality is expected to increase from 1.67 (adjusted: 1.24) to 2.98 (adjusted: 1.86) per 100,000 inhabitants, and the prevalence from 50.04 (adjusted: 44.54) to 84.81 per (adjusted: 56.18) 100,000 inhabitants over the same period. Conclusions: Primary and secondary prevention programs for this disease must be maintained.
Evaluación de los niveles de contaminación por plomo en el aire, a partir de las muestras obtenidas en las estaciones de monitoreo de la calidad del aire en la ciudad de Bogotá
Ojeda B. Eduardo O.,Bernal Jorge R.
Ingeniería e Investigación , 1989,
Abstract: La presente investigación es requisito parcial para optar al título de Magister Scientiae en Ambiental. El propósito es la determinación del contenido de plomo en las muestras de material en forma de partículas, obtenidas en las trece estaciones que conforman la Red-Bogotá.
Projections of Incidence, Prevalence and Mortality from Melanoma in Spain  [PDF]
Milagros Bernal, Dyego L. B. Souza, German Gomez, Francisco J. Gomez
Journal of Cosmetics, Dermatological Sciences and Applications (JCDSA) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jcdsa.2013.32A001
Abstract:

Objective: The incidence and mortality rates for cutaneous melanoma (CM) have increased markedly in the last few years. As such, the aim of this study was to forecast their progression in Spain up until 2022. Design: A prospective epidemiological study using the Miamod technique. The primary data source was the mortality statistics released by the National Statistics Institute. Study selection: The MIAMOD method was used. Data extraction: Cases of death due to general and melanoma-related mortality in Spain between 1998 and 2007. Results: In men, the incidence is expected to increase from 11.85 (adjusted: 8.52) to 14.79 (adjusted: 9.43) per 100,000 inhabitants over the period 1998-2022. Similarly, the mortality is expected to increase slightly from 5.84 (adjusted: 4.12) to 7.19 (adjusted: 4.49) per 100,000 inhabitants, and the prevalence from 73.72 (adjusted: 52.31) to 95.46 (adjusted: 60.02) per 100,000 inhabitants over the same period. In women, the incidence is expected to increase from 3.79 (adjusted: 3.04) to 6.46 (adjusted: 4.21) per 100,000 inhabitants between 1998 and 2022, although this increase is not statistically significant. The mortality is expected to increase from 1.67 (adjusted: 1.24) to 2.98 (adjusted: 1.86) per 100,000 inhabitants, and the prevalence from 50.04 (adjusted: 44.54) to 84.81 per (adjusted: 56.18) 100,000 inhabitants over the same period. Conclusions: Primary and secondary prevention programs for this disease must be maintained.

The Balance Between Higher Education Autonomy and Public Quality Assurance:Development of the Portuguese System for Teacher Education Accreditation
Bártolo Campos
Education Policy Analysis Archives , 2004,
Abstract: The accreditation systems of higher education institutions and/or programs are becoming a policy measure used to find a balance between their autonomy and public assurance concerning the quality of the qualifications they award. This article analyses, from the point of view of this balance of power, the process of development of the Portuguese accreditation system aimed at providing public assurance that initial teacher education programs are more driven by social demand, namely by the changing school education needs. This was a political and cultural process rather than a merely rational and technical one. Thus the emergence of the need for, and possibility of, external pressure upon higher education institutions is related to the evolution of several social factors. On the other hand, the implementation of the accreditation system means a significant change for these institutions which implies new practices and comes into conflict with some of their values and with power sharing within and among them and with society. For these reasons a strategy of wide participation of significant stakeholders was deemed more suitable for the formulation, adoption and implementation of this new public policy. The way in which government, the accreditation body, and the significant stakeholders exercised their power in this process influenced the characteristics of the system, the rhythm of its implementation, and the abrupt governmental decision to put it on stand-by, until now.
Fat handles and phase portraits of Non Singular Morse-Smale flows on S^3 with unknotted saddle orbits
B. Campos,P. Vindel
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: In this paper we build Non-singular Morse-Smale flows on S^3 with unknotted and unlinked saddle orbits by identifying fat round handles along their boundaries. This way of building the flows enables to get their phase portraits. We also show that the presence of heteroclinic trajectories imposes an order in the round handle decomposition of these flows; this order is total for NMS flows composed of one repulsive, one attractive and n unknotted saddle orbits, for n >1.
Infección natural de chinches Triatominae con Trypanosoma cruzi asociadas a la vivienda humana en México
Vidal-Acosta,Vianey; Ibá?ez-Bernal,Sergio; Martínez-Campos,Carmen;
Salud Pública de México , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0036-36342000000600005
Abstract: objective: to estimate the prevalence of infection with trypanosoma cruzi in triatominae species frequently found in and around mexican dwellings, and to assess the frequency of triatominae in towns by state. material and methods: between january 1993 and december 1999, 5 399 triatominae bugs from 14 states of mexico, were received in the department of entomology of the institute for epidemiologic diagnosis and referral (indre), for taxonomic determination and parasitoscopical search of trypanosoma cruzi. results obtained between 1993 and 1999 were analyzed globally. results: from 13 bug species associated with human dwellings, nine were naturally infected with t. cruzi. the highest percentage of infection occurred in triatoma pallidipennis, t. picturata, rhodnius prolixus and t. longipennis. nayarit, morelos, and michoacán were the states with the highest percentage of infected bugs. the species t. dimidiata, t. gerstaeckeri, t. longipennis, t. mexicana and t. pallidipennis were first state records and pastrongylus rufotuberculatus was a first local record. conclusions: these findings stress the importance of studying the biology of triatominae and the need for permanent surveillance, to allow for up-to-date distribution records of triatominae species in and around human dwellings, those adapting to human dwellings, and frequencies of those naturally infected by t. cruzi.
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