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Movimentos sociais e transforma o societária: concep es teóricas presentes na tradi o marxista Social Movements and Social Transformation: theoretical concepts in the Marxist tradition
Maria Clari?a Ribeiro Guimar?es,Eliana Costa Guerra
Revista Katálysis , 2013,
Abstract: Este ensaio tem como objetivo discutir premissas de análise da temática movimentos sociais e transforma o societária presentes na formula o marxista. Para tanto, retoma o pensamento de autores clássicos, em especial, Lênin, Rosa Luxemburgo e Gramsci. Destaca, com base nesses autores, as determina es fundamentais para a análise das lutas sociais da classe trabalhadora, enfatizando a teoria da organiza o, a ampla participa o das massas e a constru o de uma nova hegemonia. The purpose of this essay is to discuss the premises of the analysis of the theme social movements and social transformation found in the Marxist formulation. To do so, it looks at the work of classic authors, particularly Lenin, Rosa Luxemburg and Gramsci. It highlights, based on these authors, the determinations fundamental to the analysis of the social struggles of the working class, emphasizing the theory of organization, the broad participation of the masses and the construction of a new hegemony.
Horm?nio anti-mülleriano: revis?o e contribui??o para a investiga??o das ambigüidades genitais
Perez, Eliana Gabas Stuchi;Guerra Júnior, Gil;
Arquivos Brasileiros de Endocrinologia & Metabologia , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-27302000000500010
Abstract: etiological investigation of patients with sex ambiguity and xy karyotype is a complex matter. traditionally, testicular function has been assessed only by examining the steroidogenic capacity of leydig cells and spermatogenesis. recently, it has been shown that measurement of the serum antimüllerian hormone (amh), as a marker of sertoli cell function, may also help clinicians. the aim of this review is to show historic and physiological aspects of the amh, and its utility to establish the diagnosis in patients with intersexual states. the authors experience in intersex evaluation combining the measurement of androgens, amh and gonadotropins is also showed.
Gloria Anzaldúa, a consciência mesti?a e o "feminismo da diferen?a"
Costa, Claudia de Lima;ávila, Eliana;
Revista Estudos Feministas , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-026X2005000300014
Abstract: this article situates gloria anzaldúa's influential "la conciencia de la mestiza / towards a new consciousness" within the history of feminism, focusing on her epistemological perspective of intersectional difference to articulate a politics of coalition against the exclusion of alterity from privileged sites of modernity construction, in both space and time. drawing on various academic sources of anzaldúa criticism, we highlight some important ways her theory of mestiza identity actually anticipates not only critiques of the concepts of the subject, difference and modernity but also distinctions between capitalist and critical versions of cultural hybridity, all of which require sensitivity to discourses of dehistoricization, cooptation and assimilation.
Reprocessamento de produtos médicos: da política regulatória à prática operacional
Costa,Eliana Auxiliadora Magalh?es; Costa,Ediná Alves;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232011001300027
Abstract: the number of technological resources used in health care interventions is growing and continually expanding with the introduction of new products and articles. problems associated with the reutilization of medical products, both reusable and of single use, affect policies and related technical-operational, economic, political, ethical, legal, and environmental matters. this study aims to contextualize the regulatory systems of medical products, and analyze the subsequent operational implications for brazilian hospital practices. the article consists of a bibliographic review, carried out without time and language restriction, utilizing the web of science, bireme, scielo and lilacs databases, with the support of specific descriptors. this study uses the contextualization of regulatory plans for medical products across the world and in brazil and the existing condition of standardization of the reprocessing of these products as the assessment sources with which to analyze the operational implications for these practices in brazilian hospitals.
O autocuidado em mulheres portadoras de HIV/AIDS
Pereira,Maria Helena Guerra Gomes; Costa,Fortunato;
Psicologia, Saúde & Doen?as , 2006,
Abstract: the present article aims at studying self-care as a theme that reveals the process of subjectivity construction in six hiv-positive women, between 20 and 50 years of age, with low income, who take part in an ngo support program. it is a qualitative study, in which the focal group interview was used. four meaning categories were construed and enabled the understanding of the difficulties of those women regarding self-care. such categories were: self-care and social inclusion; kill and die; information by itself is not enough, and guilt and responsibility. the study points to the need to better understand the life projects which both constitute and are constituted by the female identity in the present time, especially regarding low-income women, in order to identify and intervene with the repetition of exclusion discourses.
O luto no transplantado cardíaco
Costa,Sílvia; Guerra,Marina Prista;
Psicologia, Saúde & Doen?as , 2009,
Abstract: the authors seek to analyse the heart transplant procedure (h.t.) as a challenging process from the biopsychosocial point of view, and not merely as a disruptive life event. in this analysis, the emerging emotional adjustments and ensuing losses of the patient will be considered. an uneven balance between hope and loss takes over the patient?s life; the diagnosis of a terminal cardiomyopathy, with the incapacitating suffering and feeling of imminent death which derive from severe heart failure, the ambivalent perspective of the transplantation procedure and the highly demanding biological and psychological post h.t. and post hospital discharge periods. the demanding and unique nature of the grieving process experienced by the transplant recipient will also be covered, given the strong cognitive and symbolic role of the heart, and the fact that the graft is provided by a cadaver donor. finally, attention will be given to the grieving process as a whole experience, culminating in a fulfilling existential journey for the person.
Reproducibility of an aerobic endurance test for nonexpert swimmers
Veronese da Costa A,Costa MC,Carlos DM,Guerra LM
Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare , 2012,
Abstract: Adalberto Veronese da Costa,1,2 Manoel da Cunha Costa,3 Daniel Medeiros Carlos,1 Luis Marcos de Medeiros Guerra,1,2 Ant nio José Silva,2 Tiago Manoel Cabral dos Santos Barbosa2,41Department of Physical Education, Bioscience Laboratory of Human Kinetics, Rio Grande do Norte State University, Mossoró, Brazil; 2Sport Sciences Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro University, Research Center in Sport, Health and Human Development, Vila Real, Portugal; 3Superior School of Physical Education, Human Performance Laboratory, Pernambuco State University, Recife, Brazil; 4National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, SingaporeBackground: This study aimed to verify the reproduction of an aerobic test to determine nonexpert swimmers' resistance.Methods: The sample consisted of 24 male swimmers (age: 22.79 ± 3.90 years; weight: 74.72 ± 11.44 kg; height: 172.58 ± 4.99 cm; and fat percentage: 15.19% ± 3.21%), who swim for 1 hour three times a week. A new instrument was used in this study (a Progressive Swim Test): the swimmer wore an underwater MP3 player and increased their swimming speed on hearing a beep after every 25 meters. Each swimmer's heart rate was recorded before the test (BHR) and again after the test (AHR). The rate of perceived exertion (RPE) and the number of laps performed (NLP) were also recorded. The sample size was estimated using G*Power software (v 3.0.10; Franz Faul, Kiel University, Kiel, Germany). The descriptive values were expressed as mean and standard deviation. After confirming the normality of the data using both the Shapiro–Wilk and Levene tests, a paired t-test was performed to compare the data. The Pearson's linear correlation (r) and intraclass coefficient correlation (ICC) tests were used to determine relative reproducibility. The standard error of measurement (SEM) and the coefficient of variation (CV) were used to determine absolute reproducibility. The limits of agreement and the bias of the absolute and relative values between days were determined by Bland–Altman plots. All values had a significance level of P < 0.05.Results: There were significant differences in AHR (P = 0.03) and NLP (P = 0.01) between the 2 days of testing. The obtained values were r > 0.50 and ICC > 0.66. The SEM had a variation of ±2% and the CV was <10%. Most cases were within the upper and lower limits of Bland–Altman plots, suggesting correlation of the results. The applicability of NLP showed greater robustness (r and ICC > 0.90; SEM < 1%; CV < 3%), indicating that the other variables can be used to predict incremental changes in the physiolog
Os 50 anos de uso do horm?nio adrenocorticotrófico (ACTH) no Tratamento da Síndrome de West: revis?o de literatura e protocolo da UNIFESP
Gomes, Maria Durce Costa;Garzon, Eliana;Sakamoto, Américo C.;
Journal of Epilepsy and Clinical Neurophysiology , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1676-26492008000100007
Abstract: introduction: it is extensively discussed in the literature the efficacy of acth in west syndrome (ws) as well, dosage, best protocols and side effects. objective: analyze and discuss the most recent and relevant publication related to acth in patients with ws. methodology: literature publication was selected from medline and pubmed between 1997 to 2007 using the following key words: "acth" and " west syndrome". results: 96 titles were referral at medline and 158 at pubmed. 22 were selected and previous studies with special relevance were also included. conclusions: there are evidences that acth probably has efficacy for immediately control of spasms and hypsarrhythmia. there is no evidence about the efficacy of acth in long term concerning seizures control and prevent delayed developmental).
Antioxidant properties of Spirulina (Arthospira) platensis cultivated under different temperatures and nitrogen regimes
Colla, Luciane Maria;Furlong, Eliana Badiale;Costa, Jorge Alberto Vieira;
Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-89132007000100020
Abstract: the main aim of this work was to investigate the effects of temperature and nitrogen concentration on the antioxidant potential of extracts from spirulina (arthospira) platensis biomass. s. platensis biomass obtained at 35oc and with 1.875 g.l-1 or 2.5 g.l-1 of sodium nitrate in the culture medium presented higher concentrations of phenolic compounds. the antioxidant potential of methanol extracts of biomass on the enzymatic browning caused by peroxidase were 29 and 35%, respectively, being the reduction related to the amount of phenolic compounds present in this extract.
A comunica??o da suspens?o de cirurgias pediátricas: sentimentos dos familiares envolvidos no processo
Risso, Amanda Creste Martins da Costa Ribeiro;Braga, Eliana Mara;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342010000200017
Abstract: hospitalization is a complex experience; this can be made worse if surgical intervention is required, especially when the patient is a child. when surgery is suspended, patient and family can experience feelings of insecurity, distress, and anxiety. the objective of this study was to identify and describe the perceptions of fifteen mothers or guardians of children between 0 and 18 years old admitted in a teaching hospital, after receiving news that surgery for their child was suspended. this was a descriptive qualitative study which used interpersonal communication as theoretical reference and analysis of content as the methodology. results showed that suspension of pediatric surgery in our institution causes repercussions to patients, their families, and institution organisation; that communication between health team professionals, patients and families is inadequate; and that the nurses' participation in informing surgery suspension must be effective.
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