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The Four Waves of Rebel Terror and September 11
David Rapoport
Anthropoetics : the Journal of Generative Anthropology , 2002,
How much sleep apnea is too much? Authors' response
David M Rapoport, Fumiharu Togo, Benjamin H Natelson
Arthritis Research & Therapy , 2009, DOI: 10.1186/ar2691
Abstract: In fact, the above logic is not fundamentally different from the choice made by Martinez and Cassol in their own work [3-6], where they define SDB as present in fibromyalgia when the AHI <5 and when more than 10 RERAs per hour occurred (5 + 10 events = 15 per hour, similar to our cut-off of 18 per hour).AHI: apnea-hypopnea index; CFS: chronic fatigue syndrome; RDI: respiratory distress index; RERA: respiratory event-related arousal; SDB: sleep-disordered breathing.DMR has received grant funding from Fisher Paykell Healthcare, Ventus Medical, Restore Medical, Advanced Brain Monitoring, SleepEx. DMR holds multiple patents to treatment of SDB with nasal CPAP – licensed to Fisher Paykel Healthcare and Covidian and receives royalties from these. FT and BHN have no competing interests to declare.
Características clínicas da enxaqueca sem aura
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X1998000100012
Abstract: a detailed study of the clinical characteristics of migraine without aura (moa) reveals some interesting data. a questionnaire was returned by 200 patients who met the international headache society criteria for moa. the peak of onset of migraine was between 10 and 19 years of age. the headache was side-locked in 19%. it was exclusively bilateral in 9%. the majority (86.2%) of the patients who described headaches in only one site located them in the fronto-temporal area. neck pain was associated with migraine attacks in 70.5% and face pain in 73.5%. a pounding quality was noted by 81%. every patient described the headache as moderate to severe. only 55% stated that it was aggravated by routine physical activity. nausea occurred in 91%, photo and phonophobia in 77%, and vomiting in 50%. this close look at moa uncovers a great complexity of symptoms.
Características clínicas da enxaqueca sem aura
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 1998,
Abstract: Um estudo aprofundado das características clínicas da enxaqueca sem aura (ESA) revela alguns dados interessantes. Um questionário foi respondido por 200 pacientes que preenchiam os critérios da Sociedade Internacional de Cefaléia para ESA. O pico do início da enxaqueca foi entre 10 e 19 anos de idade. A cefaléia era restrita a um lado em 19%. Era exclusivamente bilateral em 9%. A maioria (86,2%) dos pacientes que descreveram cefaléias em um único local localizou-a na área fronto-temporal. Cervicalgia estava associada aos ataques de enxaqueca em 70,5% e dor facial em 73,5%. O caráter latejante foi notado por 81%. Todos os pacientes descreveram a cefaléia como moderada a severa. Somente 55% disseram que a dor era agravada por atividades físicas rotineiras. Náusea ocorreu em 91%, foto e fonofobia em 77% e v mitos em 50%. Este olhar detalhado na ESA demonstra a grande complexidade dos seus sintomas.
Sleep structure and sleepiness in chronic fatigue syndrome with or without coexisting fibromyalgia
Fumiharu Togo, Benjamin H Natelson, Neil S Cherniack, Jennifer FitzGibbons, Carmen Garcon, David M Rapoport
Arthritis Research & Therapy , 2008, DOI: 10.1186/ar2425
Abstract: We compared sleep structures and subjective scores on visual analog scales for sleepiness and fatigue in CFS patients with or without coexisting fibromyalgia (n = 12 and 14, respectively) with 26 healthy subjects. None had current major depressive disorder, and all were studied at the same menstrual phase.CFS patients had significant differences in polysomnograpic findings from healthy controls and felt sleepier and more fatigued than controls after a night's sleep. CFS patients as a group had less total sleep time, lower sleep efficiency, and less rapid eye movement sleep than controls. A possible explanation for the unrefreshing quality of sleep in CFS patients was revealed by stratification of patients into those who reported more or less sleepiness after a night's sleep (a.m. sleepier or a.m. less sleepy, respectively). Those in the sleepier group reported that sleep did not improve their symptoms and had poorer sleep efficiencies and shorter runs of sleep than both controls and patients in the less sleepy group; patients in the less sleepy group reported reduced fatigue and pain after sleep and had relatively normal sleep structures. This difference in sleep effects was due primarily to a decrease in the length of periods of uninterrupted sleep in the a.m. sleepier group.CFS patients had significant differences in polysomnographic findings from healthy controls and felt sleepier and more fatigued than controls after a night's sleep. This difference was due neither to diagnosable sleep disorders nor to coexisting fibromyalgia but primarily to a decrease in the length of periods of uninterrupted sleep in the patients with more sleepiness in the morning than on the night before. This sleep disruption may explain the overwhelming fatigue, report of unrefreshing sleep, and pain in this subgroup of patients.Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a medically unexplained condition occurring mostly in women and is characterized by persistent or relapsing fatigue that lasts a
Sustainability of Teachers' International Experiences: Conditions for Institutionalization of International Program Outcomes
Anatoli Rapoport
Education Research International , 2011, DOI: 10.1155/2011/591276
Abstract: Since World War II international exchange and training programs for educators have increasingly played an important role in developing prospective consciousness and awareness of cultural diversity and global interdependence among teachers. However, international programs have always depended on extra educational factors such as political, ideological, cultural, or financial circumstances. As a result, program sustainability and proper institutionalization of program's results that are a testimony of achieved success, are both matters of concern for program developers and alumni. This paper identifies factors and contexts that facilitate sustainable development of international programs and institutionalization of their outcomes. Two cohorts of international teacher program alumni from Russia and the United States were interviewed about the impact of exchange programs on participants' status and pedagogies. The study demonstrated that respondents consider three factors, namely, motivational, administrative, and cooperative, most critical for the institutionalization of international program results.
Le go t et l’esprit de l’Exposition: les Spielmann et les Kiralfy
Michel Rapoport
Synergies Royaume-Uni et Irlande , 2009,
Abstract: Imre Kiralfy et Isidore Spielmann, tous deux issus de l’immigration juive d’Europe centrale, deviennent les ma tres de l’Exposition FrancoBritannique de 1908, symbole de l’Entente cordiale scellée en 1904. Kiralfy, fort de son expérience d’impresario et admirable homme d’affaires, avec l’exposition de Shepherd’s Bush, la White City, transforme l’esprit des expositions internationales, l’orientant vers la consommation de loisirs. Quant à Spielmann, qui a joué un r le clé dans l’organisation des expositions artistiques dans le cadre des expositions universelles et internationales, et qui est au c ur d’un réseau d’artistes et de collectionneurs, dans un esprit confrontation avec la France, il fait de la British Fine Art Section de la FrancoBritish, la vitrine de l’art britannique, le préraphaélisme étant présenté comme la force vitale de la peinture britannique d’alors et l’initiateur de l’impressionnisme. Kiralfy et Spielmann se rejoignent dans leur volonté de faire de cette exposition le lieu et le temps fort de l’exaltation de la grandeur de la Grande-Bretagne et de son Empire
The Penguin New Writing, Horizon et la France (1940-1945)
Michel Rapoport
Synergies Royaume-Uni et Irlande , 2009,
Abstract: L’entrée en guerre s’accompagne d’une mobilisation des intellectuels dont témoignent dès 1940 la naissance de nouvelles revues parmi lesquelles The Penguin New Writing de John Lehmann, dont le succès ne se dément pas durant toute la guerre, et Horizon de Cyril Connolly. La France est très présente dans ces deux revues, sous les formes les plus diverses, de la traduction de textes d’auteurs fran ais à des articles de critique en passant par des témoignages sur la situation de la France durant la guerre et à la Libération. Si les deux revues se livrent à une aimable concurrence, le contenu fran ais de The Penguin New Writing présente davantage d’homogénéité que celui d’Horizon caractérisé par son éclectisme. Mais l’une comme l’autre témoignent d’une francophilie évidente dans ces années noires et font découvrir aux Britanniques la vitalité créatrice de la France.
Os Estados nacionais frente à globaliza o
Mario Rapoport
Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional , 1997, DOI: 10.1590/s0034-73291997000200008
La estrategia internacional de Brasil: interesses y politica
Mario Rapoport
Meridiano 47 : Boletim de Análise de Conjuntura em Rela??es Internacionais , 2008,
Abstract: O artigo trata da recente transforma o da política externa do Brasil. Crítica do neoliberalismo, a nova política externa valoriza o Estado e a integra o na América do Sul.
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