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Brote de leishmaniosis en Cancha Larga, Chaco, Argentina
Olga Miranda,Silvia Balbachán,Daniel Merino,Miría Galván
Revista Cubana de Medicina Tropical , 1999,
Abstract: Se reporta la aparición de un brote epidémico de leishmaniosis en pobladores de un área endémica para la enfermedad en Cancha Larga, Chaco, Argentina. Mediante la realización de frotis y biopsia, se confirmó la afectación del 11,8 % de la población total. Todos ellos fueron tratados con antimoniato de meglumine. A leishmanioasis outbreak is reported among the inhabitants of an endemic area for this disease located in Cancha Larga, Chaco in Argentina. Frotis and biopsy confirmed that 11,8 % of the whole population was affected. They were all treated with meglumine antimonate.
Impacto ambiental de modifica??es ecológicas realizadas em uma área subtropical
Gorodner, Jorge;Alonso, José M.;Zibelman, Ofelia;Galván, Miria;Merino, Daniel;Balbachan, Silvia E.;Miranda, Olga;
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0037-86822004000200008
Abstract: infectious, clinical-surgical and environmental variables were studied in ituzaingó and posadas (argentina) and differences were analyzed from 1994 to 2000, which corresponds to the building of the binational dam yacyretá (argentina-paraguay) and to the resulting reservoir. the chosen infectious variables were diarrhea and respiratory infections and the clinical-surgical variables were cardiovascular diseases and polytraumas. environmental variables were also investigated. taking as a baseline the values corresponding to the year 1994, diarrhea in ituzaingó, increased 6.5% during 1995 and 78.3% in 1996 returned to 1994 values. posadas showed a rising tendency throughout the period investigated. in ituzaingó, respiratory infectious rose 143% in 1995, and later returned to 1994 values. in posadas they increased each year. cardiovascular diseases reached 97.6% in ituzaingó during 1995; lowered slightly in 1996 and reached 127% in the year 2000. the impact of the environmental variables was higher in ituzaingó than posadas. the negative impact of temperature related with the increased frequency of disease in ituzaingó is more related to maximum temperature than with changes in humidity.
Effects of coarse-graining on the scaling behavior of long-range correlated and anti-correlated signals
Yinlin Xu,Qianli D. Y. Ma,Daniel T. Schmitt,Pedro Bernaola-Galván,Plamen Ch. Ivanov
Physics , 2010, DOI: 10.1016/j.physa.2011.05.015
Abstract: We investigate how various coarse-graining methods affect the scaling properties of long-range power-law correlated and anti-correlated signals, quantified by the detrended fluctuation analysis. Specifically, for coarse-graining in the magnitude of a signal, we consider (i) the Floor, (ii) the Symmetry and (iii) the Centro-Symmetry coarse-graining methods. We find, that for anti-correlated signals coarse-graining in the magnitude leads to a crossover to random behavior at large scales, and that with increasing the width of the coarse-graining partition interval $\Delta$ this crossover moves to intermediate and small scales. In contrast, the scaling of positively correlated signals is less affected by the coarse-graining, with no observable changes when $\Delta<1$, while for $\Delta>1$ a crossover appears at small scales and moves to intermediate and large scales with increasing $\Delta$. For very rough coarse-graining ($\Delta>3$) based on the Floor and Symmetry methods, the position of the crossover stabilizes, in contrast to the Centro-Symmetry method where the crossover continuously moves across scales and leads to a random behavior at all scales, thus indicating a much stronger effect of the Centro-Symmetry compared to the Floor and the Symmetry methods. For coarse-graining in time, where data points are averaged in non-overlapping time windows, we find that the scaling for both anti-correlated and positively correlated signals is practically preserved. The results of our simulations are useful for the correct interpretation of the correlation and scaling properties of symbolic sequences.
Assessment, Intervention and Consulting in School Psychology in Children with Autism: LAPITEA Laboratory in Brazil  [PDF]
Daniel Carvalho de Matos, Pollianna Galv?o Soares de Matos
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2017.811117
Abstract: This paper presents an experience report on the implementation of the Assessment, Research and Intervention in Autism Spectrum Disorder Laboratory—LAPITEA—in a Brazilian University. The Laboratory aims to develop assessment and intervention methods for children with autism in order to establish social skills such as language, communication, imitation, motor and school repertoires, such as reading and writing, based on a multi-methodological proposal that integrates three different dimensions coming from the science of Psychology: Psychological Evaluation; Applied Behavior Analysis; and consulting and collaboration in School Psychology. The implementation of LAPITEA went through four major steps: 1) selection of children referred by NGOs from parents of individuals with autism; 2) psychological assessment for mapping children’s impaired skills; 3) psychological interventions in Applied Behavior Analysis for the teaching of language and related skills; and 4) monitoring of school inclusion of children with autism through counseling in school psychology to Brazilian elementary and middle schools. It is the focus of this article to describe the characteristics that integrate each one of the stages, including the theoretical-methodological foundation and the operationalization of the dimensions of action. Currently, eleven children are attended in the Laboratory and all show evolution with the proposal of teaching and educational accompaniment offered. The current configuration of advances in school inclusion policies in Brazil encourages the accessibility of the autistic student to the formal education system, from elementary to higher education. These aspects stimulate initiatives by Universities to create teaching, research and extension spaces that seek to corroborate with treatment and follow-up actions in school inclusion with the individual with autism and offer support to teachers of educational institutions with practices of school inclusion.
School Psychology on the Formation of the Social Educator: Assessment of the Professional Profile  [PDF]
Pollianna Galv?o, Daniel Carvalho de Matos, Wirna Lima Gomes
Creative Education (CE) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2018.92016
Abstract: In Brazilian scenario, the profession of the social educator is recent in the non-formal educative spaces, including institutions which act in benefit of the poorest segments of the population. With the intent to contribute to the discussion on the formation of the social educator, this manuscript seeks to investigate the professional profile resources of social educators from a Brazilian Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) and the possibilities of contribution from the School and Educational Psychology to the consolidation of this profession’s identity. In this study, it was utilized the theoretical-conceptual perspective of historical-cultural Psychology in articulation with the competence approach. Six social educators participated in this study. The first research step consisted of the review and expansion of the social educator’s professional profile proposed by Soares (2008) through a literature review in School and Educational Psychology and institutional visits to a Brazilian NGO, which categorizes six competence resources for the composition of the social educator’s profile: 1) theoretical and conceptual performances; 2) technical and scientific competences; 3) practical knowledge competences; 4) interpersonal competences; 5) ethical competences; 6) esthetical competences. The second step involved the application of the instrument in six social educators. The results indicated predominance in relation to the practical knowledge, interpersonal, ethical and esthetical competences. In counterpoint, the theoretical and conceptual competences and technical and scientific competences were the less evidenced ones, suggesting a profile still undeveloped through paths of initial and continuous formation specific in the field of social education. Against this challenge in research, it is understood that School Psychology may bring contributions to non-formal educative spaces of Third Sector to favor the development and consolidation of the professional identity of the social educator, of the theoretical and conceptual production on the formation and actuation of social educators, as well as the expansion of School and Educational Psychology to differentiated educative spaces.
Brote de leishmaniosis en Cancha Larga, Chaco, Argentina
Miranda,Olga; Balbachán,Silvia; Merino,Daniel; Galván,Miría; Moro,Sergio; De Gorodner,Ofelia Z.; Salazar,José; de Merino,Sandra O.;
Revista Cubana de Medicina Tropical , 1999,
Abstract: a leishmanioasis outbreak is reported among the inhabitants of an endemic area for this disease located in cancha larga, chaco in argentina. frotis and biopsy confirmed that 11,8 % of the whole population was affected. they were all treated with meglumine antimonate.
La recepción extraacadémica de Michel Foucault en la cultura de la Transición espa?ola: la antipsiquiatría y la Historia de la locura en los psiquiatras progresistas
Revista de la Asociación Espa?ola de Neuropsiquiatría , 2009, DOI: 10.4321/S0211-57352009000200014
Abstract: this article contributes to the extra-academic reception of michel foucault's thought, referring to the psychiatric fight. the first antiinstitutional and antipsychiatric texts have been looked through, those which were read in spain and were closely related to a part of foucault's work, the interest and influence risen by histoire de la folie among spanish progressive psychiatrists have been particulary analysed.
La recepción extraacadémica de Michel Foucault en la cultura de la Transición espa ola: la antipsiquiatría y la Historia de la locura en los psiquiatras progresistas.
Valentín Galván
Revista de la Asociación Espa?ola de Neuropsiquiatría , 2009,
Abstract: El artículo es una aportación a la recepción extraacadémica del pensamiento de Michel Foucault, referida a la lucha psiquiátrica. Hemos realizado un recorrido por los primeros textos antiinstitucionales y antipsiquiátricos, que se leyeron en Espa a en estrecha relación con parte de la obra foucaultiana, y en particular analizamos el interés y la influencia que despertó la Historia de la locura entre los psiquiatras progresistas espa oles.
Screening for celiac disease in a healthy Cuban children cohort from Pinar del Río province
Galván,José A; Casta?eda,Carlos; Rodríguez,Emilio A; Alvarez,Roberto; Turcaz,Norma; Novoa,Lidia I; Palenzuela,Daniel O;
Biotecnolog?-a Aplicada , 2010,
Abstract: recent studies suggest that celiac disease is common in many developing countries. taking into account the disease may be underdiagnosed in cuba, the main objectives of this study were to assess the presence of celiac disease related to antibodies in a cohort of apparently healthy children from pinar del río province and to evaluate a new rapid test for detecting celiac disease antibody in blood, serum and plasma samples. a total of 595 apparently healthy children with no record of first degree relatives suffering from celiac disease, were screened for tissue transglutaminase antibodies by one-step immunochromatographic. the results were compared with commercials elisa kits. in the study seven subjects (1.18%) were identified as positive by immunochomatographic assay and by celikey igg antibody assay with a 100% of concordance and only five subjects (0.84%) by celikey iga antibody assay. the achievement of the intestinal biopsy was offered to all positive individuals. this study demonstrates that one-step immunochromatographic assay is an appropriate tool to detect celiac disease-associated to antibodies and provides further evidence of the prevalence of possible undiagnosed celiac disease among healthy children in cuba.
Rese a de "Leguminosas de la Sierra de Huautla. Imágenes y descripciones" de O. Dorado, D. M. Arias, R. Ramírez y M. Sousa
David Valenzuela Galván
Acta botánica mexicana , 2008,
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