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Multicenter study in monitoring central venous catheters complications in hematologic patiennts
Carmen García Gabás,Begoa Hinojo Marín,Ana Castillo Ayala,Ma ángeles Muriel Abajo
NURE Investigación , 2013,
Abstract: Most hematological patients suffer a significant venous damage related to different administrated intravenous therapy, being necessary to place central venous catheters (CVC). CVC is associated with various complications. The most common catheter-related complications are occlusion and infection. To avoid such of them, the development of protocols for insertion and care are needed, as well as recording and following up complications. To this end, we propose a cross-sectional carried out during 13 months whose main goal is to know the incidence of CVC- related complications (mainly occlusion and infection) in hematological patients.Population included all the =14 ages patients admitted to different hematological units at Ramon y Cajal and Gregorio Mara ón hospitals in Madrid and who signed informed consent. Socio-demographic, clinical characteristics and complications were entered into a log which included a pursuit of care protocol.
Analysis of Quality Models Applied in Non-Formal Education: Non-Governmental Organizations and Nonprofit Organizations  [PDF]
Alfonso Conde Lacárcel, Juan Antonio López Nú?ez, María Angustias Hinojo Lucena
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2015.36015
Abstract: The article is part of the research project entitled “The Implementation of Educational Quality Standards for Non-Formal Education: Non-governmental organizations (NGOs), Partnerships dedicated to working with socially excluded groups”. The project was supported by the Research Plan of the University of Granada. It’s an initial study on the degree of implantation of quality models in Non-governmental organizations and Non Profit Organizations (NGOs and NPOs), and methodology of work developed in non-formal educational activities in the city of Granada (Andalusia, Spain). We have pursued a mixed methodology quasi-experimental descriptive for a random sample of 9 class organizations of the third sector of social action, using two questionnaires specifically created from already validated and a set of semi-structured interviews to complete the information. The obtained results offer us a poor implementation of the EFQM model of European Foundation for Quality Management in this kind of micro organizations and the need for optimization of internal work process face of accountability, improvement of services and the achievement of its objectives.
Moodle y estudiantes universitarios. Dos nuevas realidades del EEES
Verónica Marín Díaz,Antonia Ramírez García,Begoa Sampedro Requena
PROFESORADO , 2011,
Abstract: El desarrollo de la docencia universitaria se ha visto en los ultimos tiempos afectada por numerosos cambios, que por un lado han provocado reformas estructurales de los sistemas terminológicos y por otro una modificación en la forma de ser, ver y entender la ense anza superior. La aparición de nuevas herramientas de carácter tecnológico como es la plataforma Moodle ha supuesto una revolución de los procesos de ense anza-aporendizaje en todos los niveles educativos. El presente proyecto pretende ser una continuación del estudio iniciado en el proyecto de excelencia que venimos desarrollando desde 2006 con las Universidades de Huelva (coordinación, Sevilla y Cadiz). Dicho proyecto aprobado por la Secretaría General de Universidades el 23 de marzo de 2007, titulado Plataformas de teleformación para la virtualización de las asignaturas (P06-HUM-02013), en nuestra Universidad se ha detenido en estudiar la figura del docente y su relación con la plataforma Moodle, en nuestro caso,- y en la Universidad de Cádiz y la plataforma WebCT en los casos de Huelva y Sevilla-, obviando, por diferentes razones, al estudiante; sin embargo en la Universidad de Huelva a lo largo del desarrollo del proyecto de excelencia si se ha realizado este estudio, por ello consideramos relevante detenernos en estudiar al estudiante universitario cordobés, como complemento al proyecto originario dando que es el receptor final de este nuevo sistema de formación.
An analysis of the socio–emotional strategies used by teachers in their classroom: Some case studies
María Teresa Adame,Begoa de la Iglesia,Concepción Gotzens,Rosa Isabel Rodríguez
Revista Electronica Interuniversitaria de Formación del Profesorado , 2011,
Abstract: The main objective of this paper is to discuss and analyze the socio–emotional strategies used by teachers in their classrooms both to manage daily dynamics and to resolve conflict situations. This analysis becomes the platform for the subsequent design of a procedure to collect new cases, corresponding to the lines of study suggested as a result of the analysis of the data obtained in this first part of the study presented.
La fauna cuaternaria de la cornisa cantábrica en las colecciones del Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales
Ma Soledad Domingo,María Teresa Alberdi,Begoa Sánchez Chillón,Esperanza Cerde?o
Munibe Antropologia-Arkeologia , 2005,
Abstract: En este trabajo, se ha realizado la recopilación de los restos fósiles de mamíferos procedentes de los yacimientos pleistocenos de la cornisa cantábrica que se encuentran depositados en las colecciones del MNCN de Madrid. Se han revisado ejemplares de 57 localidades de Asturias, Cantabria y Pais Vasco, actualizando las listas faunísticas. Se incluyen breves comentarios sobre los yacimientos con restos más numerosos y una peque a indicación acerca del posible origen de los distintos depósitos.
GESTIóN DEL RIESGO EN PROYECTOS DE INGENIERíA. EL CASO DEL CAMPUS UNIVERSITARIO PTS. UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA (ESPA A)
GERMáN MARTíNEZ,BEGOA MORENO,MARíA DEL CARMEN RUBIO
DYNA , 2012,
Abstract: La concepción, proyecto y ejecución de grandes obras públicos de edificación e ingeniería lleva consigo la gestión sistemática de todos los riesgos inherentes a los mismos y para lo que es imprescindible adoptar modelos de gestión, dotar de medios materiales humanos suficientes y capaces y concretar todos los roles y obligaciones a asumir por cada uno de los agentes que finalmente participan en los éxitos y/o fracasos que se obtengan. En la presente comunicación se expone el análisis de riesgo del caso concreto de un nuevo campus universitario de la Universidad de Granada (una inversión superior a 200 millones de euros) y el modelo de gestión de proyecto y construcción finalmente adoptado así como el aprendizaje del caso obtenido.
Impacto del cuidado informal en la salud y la calidad de vida de las personas cuidadoras: análisis de las desigualdades de género
Larra?aga,Isabel; Martín,Unai; Bacigalupe,Amaia; Begiristáin,José María; Valderrama,María José; Arregi,Begoa;
Gaceta Sanitaria , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0213-91112008000500008
Abstract: objectives: to describe informal caregivers' characteristics, quantify the effect of caregiving activities on caregivers' health, and determine whether this effect differs by sex. methods: a descriptive study was carried out based on the basque health survey 2002. physical and mental health, use of health services, social health and health related quality of life (hrql) indicators were compared in caregivers (n = 836) and non-caregivers (n = 5,706). age-adjusted logistic regression models were calculated to assess the association between the caregiver and effects on health by sex, socioeconomic position and occupational status. results: female caregivers showed worse results in 6 out of 10 indicators compared with non-caregiver women, whereas male caregivers showed worse results in only four indicators compared with non-caregiving men. the associations between caregiving (caregiving vs. non-caregiving) and health results were stronger in women than in men, except in social health. when caregiving burden intensity was considered, greatly burdened men showed a similar or higher risk of poor hrql (physical in men: or = 3.0, ci95%: 1.4-6.3; women: or = 2.3, ci95%: 1.5-3.5; mental in men: or = 2.5, ci95%: 1.4-4.3; women: or = 2.5, ci95%: 1.7-3.7) and low social support (affective support in men: or = 2.6, ci95%: 1.5-4.6; women: or = 1.5, ci95%: 1.0-2.3). however, the risk of sedentariness, lack of sleep, greater use of health services and mental ill-health remained higher for women caregivers. conclusions: caregiving damages the health of informal caregivers but the risks for female caregivers are higher due to greater intensity of caregiver burden. as men's caregiving burden increases, gender inequalities decrease or invert.
Crítica de Libros.
Ramón Esteban Arnáiz,Begoa Olabarría González,José María álvarez Martínez,Manuel Saravia
Revista de la Asociación Espa?ola de Neuropsiquiatría , 1996,
Abstract: Fernando LOLAS STEPKE, La perspectiva psicosomática en medicina. Ensayos de aproximación, Santiago de Chile, Ed. Universitaria, 1995. Ramón Esteban Arnáiz A. BELLOCH, B. SANDíN, F. RAMos (eds.), Manual de psicopatología, Madrid, McGraw Hill, 1995,2 vols. Bego a Olabarría VV.AA., Un siglo de psiquiatría en Espa a. Dr. Gaetan Gatian de Clérambault (1872-1934). Maestro de L'Infirmerie. Certificateur, Madrid, Extra, 1995. José María álvarez Víctor GóMEZ PIN, La dignidad, Barcelona, Paidós, 1995. Manuel Saravia Sara PAíN, Gladys JARREAD, Una psicoterapia por el arte. Teoría y técnica, Buenos Aires, Nueva Visión, 1995. Ramón Esteban Arnáiz. LA CIENCIA DESDE LA HISTORIA: RESONANCIAS DE KOYRé. Mauricio Jalón
El aprendizaje semipresencial o virtual: nueva metodología de aprendizaje en Educación Superior
María Angustias Hinojo,Andrés Fernández
Revista Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales, Ni?ez y Juventud , 2012,
Abstract: En el artículo exponemos, desde una perspectiva valorativa, la necesidad ybeneficios que incorpora el uso de las TICs en el momento de cambio y adaptación, en el caso deEspa a, al marco de convergencia europeo. Describimos la creación de un entorno de ense anza yaprendizaje virtual o semipresencial denominado blended learning, y apuntamos los efectos positivos,derivados de altos niveles de satisfacción encontrados en diferentes experiencias implementadas enuniversidades, tanto a nivel nacional como internacional.Pretendemos analizar con objetividad lo que algunas experiencias de estos entornos de aprendizajehan aportado de forma positiva para su posible implantación en los centros de ense anza superior.
Inhibition of Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Activity by Flavonoids: Structure-Activity Relationship Studies
Ligia Guerrero, Julián Castillo, Mar Qui?ones, Santiago Garcia-Vallvé, Lluis Arola, Gerard Pujadas, Begoa Muguerza
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0049493
Abstract: Previous studies have demonstrated that certain flavonoids can have an inhibitory effect on angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) activity, which plays a key role in the regulation of arterial blood pressure. In the present study, 17 flavonoids belonging to five structural subtypes were evaluated in vitro for their ability to inhibit ACE in order to establish the structural basis of their bioactivity. The ACE inhibitory (ACEI) activity of these 17 flavonoids was determined by fluorimetric method at two concentrations (500 μM and 100 μM). Their inhibitory potencies ranged from 17 to 95% at 500 μM and from 0 to 57% at 100 μM. In both cases, the highest ACEI activity was obtained for luteolin. Following the determination of ACEI activity, the flavonoids with higher ACEI activity (i.e., ACEI >60% at 500 μM) were selected for further IC50 determination. The IC50 values for luteolin, quercetin, rutin, kaempferol, rhoifolin and apigenin K were 23, 43, 64, 178, 183 and 196 μM, respectively. Our results suggest that flavonoids are an excellent source of functional antihypertensive products. Furthermore, our structure-activity relationship studies show that the combination of sub-structures on the flavonoid skeleton that increase ACEI activity is made up of the following elements: (a) the catechol group in the B-ring, (b) the double bond between C2 and C3 at the C-ring, and (c) the cetone group in C4 at the C-ring. Protein-ligand docking studies are used to understand the molecular basis for these results.
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