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Revista Facultad de Ciencias Económicas: Investigación y Reflexión , 2009,
Abstract: the article underlines the importance of human condition attributes and human potential development in optimizing managers' competences today. the document states that in order to improve human talent management, comprehend and handle better his teamwork, the manager should know which are the attributes of human condition and how to develop skills to work them optimistically, with the purpose of generating strategies to improve workers talent. in this framework, talent is observed as an inexhaustible and susceptible variable of continuous development. the document concludes calling recognition of human condition in organizations, as a necessary strategy to face current society inequalities.
Nonobese, exercising children diagnosed with dyslipidemia have normal C-reactive protein
Miguel Arturo Salazar, Vázquez, Beatriz Yadira Salazar, Vázquez, M Intaglietta, Pedro Cabrales
Vascular Health and Risk Management , 2009, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/VHRM.S3892
Abstract: nobese, exercising children diagnosed with dyslipidemia have normal C-reactive protein Original Research (4878) Total Article Views Authors: Miguel Arturo Salazar, Vázquez, Beatriz Yadira Salazar, Vázquez, M Intaglietta, Pedro Cabrales Published Date September 2008 Volume 2009:5 Pages 65 - 72 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/VHRM.S3892 Miguel Arturo Salazar Vázquez1, Beatriz Yadira Salazar Vázquez2,3, M Intaglietta3, Pedro Cabrales4 1Facultad de Ciencias Químicas Gómez Palacio, Universidad Juárez del Estado de Durango, Dgo., México; 2Faculty of Medicine, Universidad Juárez del Estado de Durango, Victoria de Durango Dgo., México; 3Department of Bioengineering, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA, USA; 4La Jolla Bioengineering Institute, La Jolla, CA, USA Abstract: Nonobese children age 10.4 ± 1.1 years diagnosed with dyslipidemia (n = 51) were compared to normal children age 10.8 ± 1.1 years (n = 38). Affected individuals had increased total cholesterol: 223 ± 23 vs 152 ± 17 mg/dl, p < 0.001; and decreased high-density lipoprotein-cholesterol: 41.9 ± 4.1 vs 57.6 ± 5.7 mg/dl, p < 0.001 and triglycerides: 90.8 ± 40.5 vs 65.7 ± 25.0 mg/dl, p < 0.002. Fasting glucose was also significantly elevated (p < 0.02). All other parameters, including blood pressure, were not statistically different between groups. The concentration of C-reactive protein was not statistically different between groups. Analysis of medical records showed that this anomaly may be related to this group (as well as the control group) performing regular, daily exercise. This activity was quantified via a self administered questionnaire, and found to be statistically identical in controls and dyslipidemic individuals. Exercise is associated with the release of antiinflammatory cytokines, therefore our results support the contention that it is a significant factor in promoting health conditions from an early stage in life.
The causes and economic consequences of envy
Antonio Cabrales
SERIEs , 2010, DOI: 10.1007/s13209-010-0028-1
Abstract: In this lecture I first give an explanation for invidious preferences based on the (evolutionary) competition for resources. Then I show that these preferences have wide ranging and empirically relevant effects on labor markets, such as: workplace skill segregation, gradual promotions, wage increases that have no relation with productivity and downward wage flexibility. I suggest that labor and human resource economics can benefit from including envy into the standard set of factors considered in their theoretical and empirical models.
Prevalencia y causas de abandono de lactancia materna en el alojamiento conjunto de una institución de tercer nivel de atención
Delgado-Becerra, Aída;Arroyo-Cabrales, Leyla María;Díaz-García, Myriam Alicia;Quezada-Salazar, Claudia Angélica;
Boletín médico del Hospital Infantil de México , 2006,
Abstract: introduction. breast milk is the best feeding source for newborns and infants. mexico has a 33.6% rate of exclusively breastfeeding. objective: to evaluate the impact of rooming in on the prevalence of breastfeeding and identify the elements that encourage its practice and abandonment. material and methods. prospective, cohort, analytical, study in mother-infant pair study with a 6 month follow-up. we analyzed the type of feeding, reasons for changing or abandoning breastfeeding; we applied: central tendency measurements, %2, fisher's exact and t of student. results. in 111 completed follow-up, 75 infants (67.6%) remained exclusively on breast milk, 32 (28.8%) mixed feeding and 4 (3.6%) with proprietary formulas. in the group with 0 to 6 years of schooling we found a rr: 1.29, ic: 1.01, 1.64, p =0.11 [fisher's exact]. conclusions. prevalence of exclusive breastfeeding: 67.6%. cause of abandonment: low milk production. the only significant variable, for lactating breast milk exclusively and remain in the follow-up was schooling 0 to 6 years.
Cabrales Vega,Rodolfo A.;
Investigaciones Andina , 2012,
Abstract: chronic wounds represent a challenge for the health team as well as for the patient in regards to how to handle them, long term follow up, cosmetic results, effects on the quality of life and self-esteem. this article emphasizes initially on a patient with a complex secondary abdominal wound of the colon and secondary massive fecal contamination. secondly, it reviews the objectives of the local treatment of the wound and describes some types of dressings, their composition, characteristics and indications. products such as hydrocolloids, ashes, hydrogel, polyurethane foams and silver soaked dressings are included. last, it emphasizes the fact that the treatment of chronic wounds must restore a balance in the factors that determine a good healing process. its management must be complex, organized and based on a tight cooperation between the health team and the patient.
Human Capital Externalities and Growth
Arteaga Cabrales,Carolina;
Ensayos sobre POLíTICA ECONóMICA , 2011,
Abstract: this paper provides evidence of positive externalities in human capital that help to explain divergences in development worldwide. we estimate the supply and demand for human capital using a five-year panel involving 60 countries, covering the period 1980-2000, and found that there exists positive externalities in human capital accumulation close to one. this translates into increasing returns to scale and increasing marginal returns in human capital.
Stochastically stable implementation
Antonio Cabrales,Roberto Serrano
SERIEs , 2012, DOI: 10.1007/s13209-011-0062-7
Abstract: Restricting attention to economic environments, we study implementation under perturbed better-response dynamics (BRD). A social choice function (SCF) is implementable in stochastically stable strategies of perturbed BRD whenever the only outcome supported by the stochastically stable strategies of the perturbed process is the outcome prescribed by the SCF. For uniform mistakes, we show that any ε-secure and strongly efficient SCF is implementable when there are at least five agents. Extensions to incomplete information environments are also obtained.
Intervención valvular aórtica percutánea: una terapia novedosa, pero viable en nuestro medio? Percutaneous aortic valve replacement: a novel therapy, but feasible in our environment?
Jaime R Cabrales
Revista Colombiana de Cardiología , 2012,
Fernando Cabrales Mu?oz
Ingeniare : Revista Chilena de Ingeniería , 2008,
La educación ciudadana en la mira del plan estratégico Cartagena siglo XXI
Carmen Cabrales Vargas
Nómadas , 1998,
Abstract: El artículo recupera la experiencia en la actualización del diagnóstico de la línea Ciudadanía e Integración Social del Plan Estratégico Cartagena Siglo XXI, elaborando un breve análisis de las limitaciones del contexto urbano cartagenero en el cumplimiento de su papel como formador de ciudadanos.
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