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Autoestima como express?o de saúde mental e dispositivo de mudan?as na cultura organizacional da polícia
Andrade, Edson Ribeiro de;Souza, Edinilsa Ramos de;
Psicologia Clínica , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-56652010000200012
Abstract: the present article focuses on part of a previous action research with police officers in rio de janeiro. we aimed to discuss how self-esteem and mental health professionals of these affect and are affected by the organizational culture of the police. we sought to demonstrate that the recovery of self-image can act as an effective tool for change in personal and professional lives of these professionals and the institution itself. for this, we applied questionnaires and qualitative techniques in 148 police officers (76 in the experimental group and 72 in the control group) before, during and after the intervention. we concluded that the research was a major contribution in our reality, constituting a systematic intervention with the police.
Interven??o visando a auto-estima e qualidade de vida dos policiais civis do Rio de Janeiro
Andrade,Edson Ribeiro; Sousa,Edinilsa Ramos de; Minayo,Maria Cecília de Souza;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232009000100034
Abstract: the results here shown are part of an action-research that aimed to elaborate, apply and evaluate a pilot project for contributing to the mental health of rio de janeiro police officers. this research comprises both quantitative and qualitative approaches in an ex-ante and ex-post evaluation pattern. the subjects of this research were 148 police officers serving in a special division of the city of rio de janeiro police department (76 were placed in the experimental group and 72 in the control group, according to certain variables). the article focuses on the results of the assessment made through standardized scales of self-esteem (rosenberg scale), quality of life (whoqol-bref), and is complemented with a qualitative assessment using content analysis. the results show that interventions aimed at producing emotional support for police officers with emphasis on quality of life and self-esteem are possible and useful.
Características fisiológicas e crescimento de clones de eucalipto em resposta ao boro
Mattiello, Edson Marcio;Ruiz, Hugo Alberto;Silva, Ivo Ribeiro da;Guerra, Patrícia de Carvalho;Andrade, Vinícius Molica de;
Revista árvore , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-67622009000500005
Abstract: boron (b) requirement for plant growth varies both within and among plant species. in order to evaluate the response of clones of eucalyptus to b in nutrient solution, an experiment was carried out under glasshouse conditions, with eight clones. plants were grown in nutrient solutions at b concentrations of 0, 10, 20, 50 and 100 μmol/l for 70 days, after which, physiological variables, dry matter production and boron content were determined. there was a differential response of the eucalyptus clones to the concentration of boron in nutrient solution with maximum dry matter production occurring between 28 and 68 μmol/l of b in nutrient solution. at low concentrations of b, visual symptoms of deficiency were observed. at high b concentrations, toxicity symptoms were not observed; however, there was a reduction in dry matter production. the response to b depends on the clone. the clones 129 and 68 showed the highest rates of photosynthesis. the clone 3487 was the most responsive to b. the clones 3487, 3336 and 68 were more sensitive to b deficiency whereas clones 3281 and 1270 exhibited greater tolerance to b deficiency. clone 2486 was the most sensitive to b toxicity and the clone 3281 showed the highest tolerance to b. clones 3487, 2486 and 129 were more efficient in the use of boron.
A EDUCA O PSICOMOTORA COMO FERRAMENTA AUXILIAR NA INCLUS O SOCIAL DE CRIAN AS PORTADORAS DA SíNDROME DE DOWN
Geralnidio Nani de Souza,Edson Ribeiro de Andrade,Celby Rodrigues Vieira dos Santos,Nilo Terra Terra Arêas Neto
Perspectivas Online : Biológicas e Saúde , 2012,
Abstract: A inclus o social é essencial para o sentido de pertencimento de qualquer indivíduo a um grupo social,portador de cuidados especiais ou n o. Em se tratando de crian as portadoras da Síndrome de Down, estainclus o deve ser objetivada dentro do ambiente familiar e escolar. Este estudo justifica-se pela possibilidadede comprovar por meio deste estudo de revis o bibliográfica a efetividade da educa o psicomotora comoferramenta de inclus o social de crian as portadoras da síndrome de Down. A partir do trabalho realizadocom atividades corporais comprometidas com o desenvolvimento psicomotor dos educandos, o profissionalde educa o física proporciona maiores e melhores oportunidades de comunica o e express o das crian as.Dentro da área do desenvolvimento da socializa o nas crian as portadores da Síndrome de Down, o seucomportamento é menos comprometido, mesmo sendo característica dos portadores da síndromedemonstrarem um maior atraso no desenvolvimento da linguagem. Alguns autores aqui apresentadosacreditam que o trabalho com a Educa o Psicomotora durante as aulas de Educa o Física Escolar favore aeste processo de socializa o no ambito escolar. Pelos resultados encontrados em vários estudos sobre otema, n o resta dúvida de que a escola e a família constituem ambientes de promo o do desenvolvimentohumano e, em especial, de crian as com deficiências. Dentro do levantamento bibliográfico, análise ecompara es feitas neste estudo foi verificado que a Educa o Psicomotora, pelo seu alto poderdesenvolvimentista, pode sim contribuir no processo de constru o de autonomia e sociabiliza o decrian as portadoras da Síndrome de Down.
Níveis de água, nitrogênio e potássio por gotejamento subsuperficial em cana-de-a?úcar
Andrade Júnior, Aderson Soares de;Bastos, Edson Alves;Ribeiro, Valdenir Queiroz;Duarte, José Adilberto Lemos;Braga, Darlan Le?o;Noleto, Donavan Holanda;
Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-204X2012000100011
Abstract: the objective of this work was to define the optimal irrigation, nitrogen and potassium levels in sugarcane, cultivar rb867515, applied by subsurface drip, in the first ratoon, to maximize stem, sugar and alcohol yield. the experiment was carried out on plinthaquox soil in the county uni?o, piauí state, brazil, during the 2008/2009 agricultural season. the treatments consisted of: irrigation levels including rainfall (w1, 767.5; w2, 898.5; w3, 971.0; w4, 1,053.0; and w5, 1,154.0 mm) and nitrogen and potassium levels(n1,44.0; n2, 78.0; n3, 111.0; n4, 144.0; n5, 178.0; k1, 44.0; k2, 67.0; k3, 89.0; k4, 111.0; and k5, 133.0 kg ha-1). the experimental design used was a randomized complete block with two replicates, in a 5x5x5 (wx n x k) 1/5 fractional factorial arrangement. maximum stem yield ((207.4 mgha-1)is reached with 1,154.0 mm of water associated with 114.2 kg ha-1 of n and 60.1 kg ha-1 of k2o.maximum sugar (25.3 mgha-1) and alcohol (20.0 m3 ha-1) yield is achieved with 1,154.0 mm associated with levels of 90.0 kg ha-1 of n and 60.0 kg ha-1 of k2o.
Como vejo a medicina e os médicos
Andrade Edson de Oliveira
Arquivos Brasileiros de Oftalmologia , 2004,
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Cinética ruminal da degrada??o de nutrientes da silagem de milho em ambiente ruminal inoculado com diferentes aditivos
Katsuki, Pedro Andrade;Mizubuti, Ivone Yurika;Pereira, Elzania Sales;Ramos, Bruno Mazzer de Oliveira;Ribeiro, Edson Luis de Azambuja;Moreira, Fernanda Barros;Rocha, Marco Antonio da;Pinto, Andréa Pereira;Alves, Teresa Cristina;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982006000800031
Abstract: four bulls fitted with ruminal cannula were used in a 4 x 4 latin square design to evaluate the effects of different ruminally inoculated additives on the degradation kinetics of dm, cp, and ndf of corn silage (cs). the treatments were: control cs incubated in rumen with no additive; lb - cs incubated in rumen inoculated with five grams of dehydrated and lyophilized ruminal and intestinal bacteria (ruminobacter amylophilum: 3.0 x 1011 ufc/kg; fibrobacter succinogenes: 3.0 x 1011 ufc/kg; succinovibrio dextrinsolvens: 4.4 x 1011 ufc/kg; bacillus cereus: 3.5 x 1011 ufc/kg; lactobacillus acidophilus: 3.5 x 1011 ufc/kg and streptococcus faecium: 3.5 x 1011 ufc/kg); ce - cs incubated in rumen inoculated with 15 grams of cellulolytic enzymes (xylanase; 10%); and sm - cs incubated in rumen inoculated with three milligrams of sodium monensin. the lb and ce treatments did not affect the potentially degradable "b" fraction of cs nutrients. however, the sm treatment reduced the dm "b" fraction (51.01%) and the potential degradability of cs (72.33%). use of sm resulted in the greatest ndf indigestible fraction reducing ndf disappearance after 48 hours of ruminal incubation. it can be concluded that the different additives did not improve the effective degradability of cs dm, cp, and ndf.
Corpo estranho de tuba auditiva: apresenta??o de um caso e técnica utilizada para remo??o
Ribeiro, Fernando de Andrade Quintanilha;
Revista Brasileira de Otorrinolaringologia , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-72992008000100022
Abstract: foreign bodies of the external ear are very common; the same can not be said about foreign bodies of the middle ear, especially of the eustachian tube. case presentation: alcoholic and psychopathic patient presented a foreign body (barbecue wooden stick) purposefully introduced in his middle ear and eustachian tube during an act of delinquency. the foreign body was stuck in the tube and could not be removed externally. it was surgically removed as described by the authors later on in the paper. comments: the patient recovered well, with no sequela on the facial nerve and without important vertigo.
Exigências de manten?a e de ganho em proteína e energia em codornas japonesas (Coturnix coturnix japonica) na fase de 15 a 32 dias
Silva, José Humberto Vilar da;Silva, Marinalva Barbosa da;Jord?o Filho, José;Silva, Edson Lindolfo da;Andrade, Iremar Silva;Melo, Djair Alves de;Ribeiro, Marcelo Luís Gomes;Rocha, Maria do Rosário de Fontes;Costa, Fernando Guilherme Perazzo;Dutra Júnior, Wilson Moreira;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982004000500014
Abstract: an experiment was carried out to estimate dietary crude protein and energy requirements of 128 females of japanese quails from 15 to 32 days of age, by the factorial method. a completely randomized design with four treatments with four replicates of eight birds was used. the treatments were: t1 = basal diet (bd) with 24.1% cp and 2,900 kcal amen ad libitum, t2 = 80%, t3 = 60% and t4 = 40% of t1 (close to maintenance). in the beginning of the experimental phase, four groups of 15 quails were slaughtered by cervical displacement. gain requirements were obtained from twelve groups of 15 quails, reared separately and fed ad libitum, therefore, four groups of fifteen birds were slaughtered at 22, 29 and 32 days of age. at the final of the experiment, all birds from pens were slaughtered to estimate the requirements of maintenance by the comparative slaughter methodology. the prediction models to estimate daily requirements of cp and amen for japanese quails maintenance and gain from 15 to 32 days of age were, respectively: cp (g/bird/d) = 4.752.w.75 + 0.865.g and amen (kcal/bird/d) = 91.480.w.75 + 8.86.g, where cp is crude protein, w is live weight (kg), g is weight gain and amen is apparent metabolizable energy nitrogen-corrected (kcal).
Exigências de manten?a e de ganho de proteína e de energia em codornas japonesas (Coturnix coturnix japonica) na fase de 1 a 12 dias de idade
Silva, José Humberto Vilar da;Silva, Marinalva Barbosa da;Jord?o Filho, José;Silva, Edson Lindolfo da;Andrade, Iremar Silva;Melo, Djair Alves de;Ribeiro, Marcelo Luís Gomes;Rocha, Maria do Rosário de Fontes;Costa, Fernando Guilherme Perazzo;Dutra Júnior, Wilson Moreira;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982004000500013
Abstract: this experiment was carried out to estimate the crude protein and metabolizable energy requirements for maintenance and gain of 384 females of japanese quails from 1 to 12 days of age. a completely randomized design with four treatments, with six replicates of ten birds each, was used. the treatments were: t1 = basal diet (bd) with 28% cp and 2,900 kcal amen ad libitum; t2 = 80%; t3 = 60% and t4 = 40% of ad libitum (close to maintenance). in the beginning of the experimental phase, four groups of 15 quails was slaughtered by cervical displacement. gain requirements were obtained from 12 groups of 15 quails, that were separately reared and fed ad libitum. therefore, four groups of fifteen birds were slaughtered at 4, 8 and 12 days of age. in the final of the experiment, all birds from pens were slaughtered to estimate maintenance requirements by the comparative slaughter methodology. the prediction equations to estimate daily cp and amen requirements of maintenance and gain of japanese quails from 1 to 12 days of age were: cp (g/d) = 2.845.w.75 + 0.461.g and amen (kcal/d) = 77.07.p0.75 + 4.64.g, where cp is crude protein, w is live weight (kg), g is weight gain and amen is apparent metabolizable energy nitrogen-corrected (kcal).
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