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ATIVISMO JUDICIAL E ESTADO DE DIREITO
Carlos Eduardo Dieder Reverbel
Revista Eletr?nica do Curso de Direito da UFSM , 2009, DOI: 10.5902/198136947028
Abstract: O presente trabalho insere-se na Teoria do Estado e no Direito Constitucional. Parte da natural sociabilidade do humano para demonstrar que o Estado de Direito nasce para servir a pessoa, e esta abdica parte de sua liberdade em prol de um convívio harm nico e pacífico dentro da sociedade. Delimita, mesmo que n o desenvolva, o que entende ser os princípios de Estado de Direito. Após, insere o estudo dentro das duas principais famílias de direito: common law e romano-germanica; apresentando o princípío prevalente em cada uma delas: legalidade e processualidade. Desenvolve distin o de McILWIAN entre jurisdictio y gubernaculum, pois o Estado de Direito só pode ser aquele que delimite e proteja uma área restrita à Política, e uma área restrita ao Direito. Por fim, antes da conclus o e da bibliografia, mostramos os entraves que o ativismo judicial – inclusive colacionando jurisprudências – tem gerado para o florescimento de um Estado de Direito racional.
Biliary atresia: the Brazilian experience
Elisa De Carvalho,Jorge Luiz Dos Santos,Themis Reverbel Da Silveira,Carlos Oscar Kieling
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2012,
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Desinstitucionaliza o: a constru o de cidadania e a produ o de singularidade
Carmem Maria Fernandes Reverbel
Psicologia: Ciência e Profiss?o , 1996, DOI: 10.1590/s1414-98931996000100002
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Full validation of an electrothermal atomic absorption assay for zinc in hepatic tissue using a fast sample preparation procedure
Pedro Eduardo Fr ehlich,Raquel Borges Pinto,André Castagna Wortmann,Richard Borba Magalh es,Ana Cláudia Reis Schneider,Jéferson José Ferreira,Themis Reverbel da Silveira
Spectroscopy: An International Journal , 2006, DOI: 10.1155/2006/426038
Abstract: The objective of this work was to develop and fully validate an analytical assay to quantify zinc in hepatic tissue. The procedure should be as simple and fast as possible in order to avoid sample contamination. The amount of sample used should also reflect the sample size usually obtained in clinical biopsies, which are about 3–4 mg at most. The validation protocol is in accordance to international guidelines, such as ICH and FDA. The parameters evaluated were precision, accuracy, range, limit of detection and limit of quantification. The method was evaluated in the 2.0–32.0 parts per billion (μg/l) range. Under the described conditions intra and inter day precision of the three levels of quality controls were lower than 9.06 and 5.27, respectively, expressed as relative standard deviation (RSD). The accuracy ranged from 86.35 to 114.71%. Limit of detection and limit of quantification were 0.60 and 2.0 μg/l, respectively. Fresh bovine liver samples were used in order to evaluate the clinical procedure used to collect biopsies. According to the results and experimental protocol, the method is fully validated and ready to use in clinical trials involving zinc quantitation using hepatic samples as small as 2.00 mg of dry tissue.
Fatores relacionados ao prognóstico da atresia biliar pós-portoenterostomia
Santos, Jorge Luiz dos;Cerski, Carlos Thadeu;Silva, Vinícius Duval da;Mello, Evandro Sobroza de;Wagner, Mário Bernardes;Silveira, Themis Reverbel da;
Jornal de Pediatria , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0021-75572002000400015
Abstract: objective: this study considered the presence of congenital anomalies, ductal plate malformation, area of fibrosis and, mainly, the patient's age in cases of biliary atresia submitted to surgery. the present study verified the influence of these factors on the follow-up of a biliary atresia sample. methods: a sample of 47 patients with biliary atresia was evaluated in a cross-sectional study. their histologic specimens were stained for antibody anticytokeratin 19 and cam 5.2 through immunohistochemistry in order to study biliary structures, and for picrosirius red to evaluate the area of fibrosis. the study of biliary structures was performed by two pathologists and the first author of the study. they were "blind" with regard to the clinical follow-up. the area of fibrosis was quantitatively evaluated. data on the patients with regard to age, death and occurrence of liver transplantation were searched on the patients records. results: age at portoenterostomy varied between 24 and 251 days of life (90.4 ±44.8 days) and follow-up was available in 32 cases (72%). the nine cases (19%) with extrahepatic congenital anomalies associated to biliary atresia did not present different prognosis from the remaining patients. age at portoenterostomy influenced the prognosis (p=0.016). the area of fibrosis was different on patients aged less than 60 days and those aged more than 90 days at portoenterostomy (p=0.023), but did not influence the prognosis. the presence of ductal plate malformation, as well, did not influence the follow-up. conclusions: age at portoenterostomy was the only factor that influenced prognosis on this sample of biliary atresia. it is necessary to increase the biliary atresia sample to check the influence of congenital extrahepatic anomalies on the follow-up post-portoenterostomy.
Relationship between serum concetrations of type III procollagen, hyluronic acid and histopathological findings in the liver of HCV-positive blood donors
Camacho, Vera Regina Rodrigues;Silveira, Themis Reverbel da;Oliveira, Jarbas Rodrigues de;Barros, Sérgio Gabriel Silva de;Cerski, Carlos Thadeu Schmidt;
Arquivos de Gastroenterologia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-28032007000200006
Abstract: background: serologic markers have been proposed for monitoring hepatic fibrosis in chronic liver disease. among fibrosis markers, type iii procollagen (piiip) and hyaluronic acid have been studied in these patients. aim: to evaluate the association between these serum markers with histological findings. methods: a prospective cross-sectional study was carried out with hcv-positive blood donors. the studied population included men and women whose age ranged from 18 to 60 years, with elevated liver function tests [alt levels > 1.5 times the normal value and alterations of two or more of the following: any changes in the levels of alt, aspartate aminotransferase, conjugated bilirrubin, gammaglobulin, gammaglutamyltranspeptidase, albumin, platelet count; alkaline phosphatase levels >1.5 times the normal value, or prothrombin time below 70% and above 60%]. fourty-nine patients were submitted to liver biopsy, blood analysis of piiip, hyaluronic acid, besides liver function tests. results: liver function tests were not associated with tissular fibrosis, as assessed by alt (>1.5 times above normal, fibrosis risk=18.8%; <1.5 times, 11.8%). elevated piiip was correlated with 66.7% chance of fibrosis, whereas normal levels, 9.3%. hyaluronic acid, when elevated, gave a chance of 33.3% of fibrosis; when normal, 12.5%. conclusion: there was no association between liver function tests, hyaluronic acid and fibrosis. however, piiip was related with liver fibrosis. maybe, this marker should be useful to assess fibrosis in patients with chronic hepatitis c.
Leonilson - uma quest?o de escala
Riccioppo, Carlos Eduardo;
ARS (S?o Paulo) , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-53202008000200011
Abstract: this text focuses the work of the artist josé leonilson (1957-1993) produced during the late eighties, when it begins, at it is argued here, to show a poetics of parsimoniousness, marked by a strict economy of means. this poetics would have brought about to the work new ways of confronting materials coming from the mass culture universe.
A TV digital interativa terrestre e o público brasileiro: reflex?es pela manuten??o de uma rela??o de afeto
Marquioni, Carlos Eduardo;
Intercom: Revista Brasileira de Ciências da Comunica??o , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1809-58442012000200021
Abstract: while the interactivity of digital terrestrial tv in brazil can promote digital inclusion it also tends to cause variations in the experience of watching television. considering the hypothesis that the affection of the public in relation to the tv is justified by the oral nature of the brazilian people, and getting into account that execution of more sophisticated interactions requires literacy, this article presents (i) reflections related to the risk of detachment from tv with the arrival of interactivity by a parcel of the audience of brazilian television (which has limited literacy) and (ii) an initial proposal to minimize the risk of detachment between the new television and its audience potentially excluded due to need for literacy. the article proposes conceptual reflections - using the key notion of culture - related to the potential estrangement of the audience with the interactivity on tv, culminating with the presentation that it can be possible to use resources of the interactive television to provide enough literacy to execute sophisticated interactions on brazilian digital interactive tv, using the performance concept.
EVOLUCIóN, TEORíA DE LAS EXTINCIONES, COMPLEJIDAD
MALDONADO,CARLOS EDUARDO;
Acta Biológica Colombiana , 2009,
Abstract: this paper discusses the possibility of reaching a theory of extinctions, a theory nonexistent so far that can be taken as complementary to the theory of evolution. the core problem is here the exploration of the general theory of complexity, a task that remains open and without a definite conclusion until now. paleontology and biology can be grasped as the two faces of one and the same token whose most salient feature is punctuated equilibria and catastrophism, and not gradualism any longer. extinctions are viewed here particularly as massive extinctions. after the dialogue between paleontology and biology, evolution and extinctions, a number of reflections are extrapolated to the social, cultural and philosophical framework. the general context hence is the one provided by the sciences of complexity.
Merchants and councilors: intellectual divergences in early 17th century British economic thought
Suprinyak, Carlos Eduardo;
Nova Economia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-63512011000300006
Abstract: during the early 1620's, england went through a period of intense economic disorders which sparked the interest of many in economic reasoning. the decade witnessed the emergence of the most relevant pieces of economic literature of the early stuart era, but the debate was not restricted to the abstract confrontation of economic writers. the fundamental issue at stake in the controversies between malynes, misselden, and mun - the integration of money and international trade in a coherent explanation of economic phenomena - was also the subject of much care in the public sphere at large. the parliamentary session of 1621, in particular, put in evidence not only the fundamental relevance of the matter for understanding england's economic maladies, but also the great difficulties involved in its investigation. by bringing all these elements together, this paper seeks to articulate a more dense and meaningful portrait of the prevailing state of economic ideas in early 17th century england.
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