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A igreja como m e suficientemente boa à luz dos conceitos de Winnicott.
Débora Guimares
Horizonte : Revista de Estudos de Teologia e Ciências da Religi?o , 2013, DOI: 10.5752/4904
Abstract: Disserta o de Mestrado GUIMAR ES, Débora. A Igreja como m e suficientemente boa à luz dos conceitos de Winnicott. 2012. 108 folhas. Disserta o (Mestrado) – Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais, Programa de Pós-gradua o em Ciências da Religi o, Belo Horizonte. Palavras-chave: Igreja. Doutrina social. M e Suficientemente Boa. Key words: Church. Social Doctrine. Good-enough Mother.
Quantum States of Interacting Atoms in Quasi-One-Dimensional Ultracold Trapped Gases  [PDF]
Polyanna Guimares e Miranda, Débora Nazaré de Freitas, André Luiz Mota
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2018.93031
Abstract: We theoretically investigate the quantum states of a Hamiltonian model for quasi-one-dimensional ultracold trapped gases. From the ansatz given by the numerical solution of the Schrödinger equation of the system, we develop a scattering potential functional form and an approximate solution for the analytical approach of the model. We obtain the set of approximate eigenstates and eigenenergies that can be used in future improvements on the study of atomic scattering in low dimensional ultracold gases. We also show that there is a parity inversion of the ground state of the model as the interaction strength increases.
Hospital Psychological Assessment with the Drawing of the Human Figure: A Contribution to the Care to Oncologic Children and Teenagers  [PDF]
Iracema do Vale Pinheiro, Allyson Guimares da Costa, Débora Cristina Bandeira Rodrigues, Nália de Paula Oliveira, Adriana Malheiro, Josafá Lima Ramos
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2015.64046
Abstract: Cancer affects a large number of children and adolescents each year, and studies prove possible negative influences on the emotional state during the treatment of the disease. This study is part of the macro search entitled “Hospital Psychological Assessment Protocol: A Contribution to the care to Oncologic Patients”, from which the data were extracted. The main objective of this study was to identify the emotional disorders in oncologic children and adolescents in the hospitalization process, through the DHF: Drawing of the Human Figure—DHF. It refers to a cross-sectional descriptive study, with qualitative method, with approach in psychoanalysis. The study included 10 oncohematologic children and adolescents, aged between 5 and 17 years and 11 months in the hospitalization process for cancer treatment in the Hospital Foundation of Hematology of the Amazon—HEMOAM. To obtain preliminary information, we used an Anamnese script in an interview with parents/guardians, after that, it applied the projective psychological test, in a maximum time of 50 minutes. Among the main results identified in the research as emotional changes in the hospitalization process, it could be highlighted: hostility, narcissism, depression, preoccupation with themselves, aggression, insecurity, withdrawal, regression, anxiety and tension. The emotions that were prevalent throughout the period of hospitalization for chemotherapy were: aggression, insecurity, withdrawal, regression, anxiety and tension. The resources used by the child and the adolescent as strategies to tackle the disease were: regression, withdrawal, aggression and hostility. It is concluded that the instrument (DHF) allows psychological assistance which is performed without exposing the patient to content that permeates the hospital environment, thus favoring the therapeutic secrecy without interfering with hospital routine, but adapting to it.
SC Hemoglobinopathy (HbSC) with Osteoarticular Complications: Case Report  [PDF]
Filipe Bezerra Macedo, Jucier Gon?alves Júnior, Fabiana Gouveia Guimares, Raphael Cisne Tomaz, Débora Valentim Monte Alto, Paula Pessoa Pinheiro, Jácia Maria Neves Coelho
Health (Health) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/health.2017.97078
Background: Among hemoglobinopathies, the most prevalent in our population are hemoglobins S and C, which are capable of producing disease when homozygous. In cases of double heterozygotes with sickle hemoglobin C (SC), the disease is less expressive in its clinical condition and rarer. Case report: Patient has a previous hospitalization with pain in the joints in knee and hip and several febrile peaks. Upon physical examination, the patient had difficulty in walking, without edema, pedal and tibial posterior pulses present, with no signs of compartment syndrome. Complementary exams revealed anemia, leukocytosis and lymphopenia. The hemoglobin electrophoresis showed the SC Hemoglobinopathy. The treatment with antibiotic therapy according to the protocol (Oxacillin and Ceftriaxone) was restarted and submitted to joint drainage in affected limb. Conclusion: Osteomyelitis and septic arthritis in patients in the pediatric age group should be considered as serious infections that deserve hospitalization and more expressive treatment.
A influência da religiosidade no conviver com o HIV
Ferreira, Débora Carvalho;Favoreto, Cesar Augusto Orazem;Guimares, Maria Beatriz Lisb?a;
Interface - Comunica??o, Saúde, Educa??o , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-32832012005000019
Abstract: the correlation between health and spirituality within the field of chronic illness is assessed, with a view to understanding how individuals seek support to strengthen themselves against the adversities imposed by the disease. qualitative methodology was used to discuss issues relating to religiousness that emerged in the words used by people living with hiv. based on their narratives, reports on religiousness and its influence on the health-disease process were analyzed thematically. some relationships pointing towards positive and/or negative religious ways of coping with the disease, changes in religious thought and behavior, and the importance of religious experience on how individuals develop their narratives of illness, were observed. attention was drawn to the need for healthcare professionals to be aware of the emergence of such content, since this brings out factors involved in therapeutic issues, like compliance, social support, conflicts and individuality, which may help them in coping with the disease.
Soroprevalência e fatores de risco para Babesia bovis em rebanhos leiteiros na regi?o sul de minas gerais
Guimares, Ant?nio Marcos;Carvalho, André Henrique Oliveira;Daher, Débora Oliveira;Hirsch, Christian;
Ciência e Agrotecnologia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-70542011000400024
Abstract: the objective of this study was to determine the prevalence and risk factors associated with babesia bovis infection in 556 dairy cattle from ten properties located in southern minas gerais state, brazil. the herds were divided into two groups according to average daily milk production (liters): i- high production (hp), >2,000 l milk/day; and ii- low production (lp), ≤ 500 l milk/day. the serum samples were submitted to the indirect fluorescent antibody test (ifat) for antibodies anti-b. bovis and they were considered positive at a dilution of 1:320. the statistical analysis was performed using spss 12.0 for windows. it was stated the association between positivity levels for b. bovis in dairy herds and the risk factors (farm size, production system, breed and feeding system) by fisher exact test. the average prevalence of cattle with b. bovis infection was 94.06% (523/556). there was no significant difference (p>0.05) in the average frequency of antibodies anti-b. bovis between the groups of hp (95.97%) and lp (92.22%), and similar results were observed between young or adult cattle for both groups. the association between risk factors and seroprevalence of b. bovis has not been previously reported (p>0.05). the high prevalence of seropositive dairy herds allows to characterize epidemiologically the microregion of lavras, south of minas gerais state, an area of enzootic stability to b. bovis.
Rapid Differentiation of Closely Related Citrus Genotypes by Fluorescence Spectroscopy  [PDF]
Dayse Drielly Souza Santana-Vieira, Débora Marcondes Bastos Pereira Milori, Paulino Ribeiro Villas Boas, Marina Fran?a e Silva, Magno Guimares Santos, Fernanda Amato Gaiotto, Walter dos Santos Soares Filho, Abelmon da Silva Gesteira
Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology (ABB) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/abb.2014.511105
Abstract: The differentiation of closely related Citrus genotypes is a meticulous, laborious, and time-consuming task that involves the assessment of complex traits such as growth, tolerance to stress, photosynthetic efficiency, yield, and many others. Such a task is generally accomplished either by analyzing specific features of adult plants or by applying molecular markers to young trees. On one hand, only after plants start yielding can distinct genotypes be differentiated by comparing their fruit sizes, shapes, taste, and the number of seeds. On the other hand, molecular markers are expensive, and demand expertise and time for the analysis of a larger number of plants. For these reasons, the development of techniques that could assist in an early, quick and accurate differen-tiation of closely related Citrus varieties is of utmost importance. In this context, laser-induced fluorescence spectroscopy (LIFS) is a promising technique, since it is rapid, highly sensitive, and inexpensive. Previous studies showed that LIFS can differentiate a variety of sweet orange. However, this new study aimed to determine LIFS accuracy in the differentiation and grouping of very closely varieties of four Sunki mandarin selections: Comum, Florida, Tropical, and Maravilha. Furthermore we compared the results with ISSR and SSR molecular markers for the same varieties. LIFS technique distinguished the four selections with accuracy greater than 70%. Only with molecular markers was possible distinguishing clearly Tropical from Maravilha, but not Comum from Florida selections. In this way the results suggest that LIFS may be a sound tool for helping the identification of closely Citrus varieties.
Aspectos citológicos e microbiológicos do leite em propriedades no sistema organico de produ??o
Langoni, Hélio;Sakiyama, Débora Tieko Parlato;Guimares, Felipe de Freitas;Menozzi, Benedito Donizete;Silva, Rodrigo Costa da;
Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-736X2009001100003
Abstract: nowadays, farmers have great interest in milk production within an organic system due to the consumers' claim for natural products. the purpose of this paper was to study the cytological and microbiological quality of milk produced by four farms in the county of botucatu, sp, which use organic system management. a total of 150 mammary gland milk samples were tested by cmt and somatic cell count (scc/ml milk), microbiological examination, and colony former unit count (cfu mesophile microrganisms/ml milk). from these individual milk samples, 66 (44.0%) were cmt positive. corynebacterium bovis was isolated from 37.9% milk samples, staphylococcus aureus from 18.2%, s. epidermidis from 15.2%, streptococcus uberis from 3.0%, and s. dysgalactiae from 3.0%. association of at least two different bacteria species was observed in 7.6% samples. in respect to the whole milk of each farm, the scc/ml values were in normal limits on three of them (i.e. lower than 400x103), and considering the cfu/ml, on three farms high levels were observed (8,5x105; 1,5x106; 4,1x105). from the individual milk samples, contagious mastitis pathogens were isolated predominantly, but environmental microorganisms were detected from the whole milk, as escherichia coli and pseudomonas aeruginosa, probably due to contamination during and/or after milking. the results suggest that more than mastitis problems, the four farms studied have hygienic deficiencies, what strengthens the importance of sanitary education to achieve a better milk hygiene quality.
Avalia o da flexibilidade pelo método do Flex metro de Wells em crian as com Paralisia Cerebral submetidas a tratamento hidroterapêutico: estudo de casos = Flexibility evaluation by the method of Wells’ Flexometer in children with Cerebral Palsy submitted to hydrotherapy treatment: study of the cases
Ana Paula Espindula,Millena Prata Jammal,Camila Souza de Oliveira Guimares,Débora Tavares Resende Silva Abate
Acta Scientiarum : Health Sciences , 2010,
Abstract: Avaliar a flexibilidade da cadeia muscular posterior, utilizando o método proposto por Wells e Dillon, antes e após cada sess o de hidroterapia. Foi verificada a flexibilidade de três crian as com Paralisia Cerebral (PC) diparéticas, com idades entre sete a dez anos. Os valores de flexibilidade foram aferidos, utilizando o Flex metro de Wells. Houve aumento significativo da flexibilidade da cadeia muscular posterior dos pacientes após cada sess o de hidroterapia, tanto na avalia o em grupo quanto individual, assim como antes da primeira sess o de hidroterapia quando comparada com a última. O estudo sugere que a hidroterapia promove melhora da flexibilidade em rela o à cadeia muscular posterior de crian as com PC diparéticas, pelo relaxamento global e consequente diminui o dot nus muscular, quando associada a exercícios de alongamentos passivos. To evaluate the flexibility of the posterior muscle chain using the method proposed by Wells and Dillon, before and after each hydrotherapy session. The study verified the flexibility of three children with diplegic cerebral palsy (CP), aged 7 to 10. The values of flexibility were measured using the Wells’ Flexometer. There was a significant increase in the flexibility of posterior muscle chain of the patients after each session of hydrotherapy, both in the individual evaluation and in the group, as well as before the first session of hydrotherapy compared to the last. The study suggests that hydrotherapy promotes the improvement of flexibility, by relaxation of muscle tone of children with diplegic CP, in relation to the posterior muscle chain, when combined with passive stretching exercises.
Classification of solid industrial waste based on ecotoxicology tests using Daphnia magna: an alternative
Letícia Flohr,Débora Monteiro Brentano,Cátia Regina Silva de Carvalho-Pinto,Vanessa Guimares Machado
Biotemas , 2005,
Abstract: The adequate treatment and final disposal of solid industrial wastes depends on their classification into class I or II. This classification is proposed by NBR 10.004; however, it is complex and time-consuming. With a view to facilitating this classification, the use of assays with Daphnia magna is proposed. These assays make possible the identification of toxic chemicals in the leach, which denotes the presence of one of the characteristics described by NBR 10.004, the toxicity, which is a sufficient argument to put the waste into class I. Ecotoxicological tests were carried out with ten samples of solid wastes of frequent production and, on the basis of the results from EC(I)50/48h of those samples in comparison with the official classification of NBR 10.004, limits were established for the classification of wastes into class I or II. A coincidence in the classification of 50% of the analyzed samples was observed. In cases in which there is no coherence between the methods, the method proposed in this work classifies the waste into class I. These data are preliminary, but they reveal that the classification system proposed here is promising because of its quickness and economic viability.
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