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Impacto de una intervención dirigida a incrementar el conocimiento de la enfermedad renal sobre el inicio oportuno de la terapia sustitutiva Impact of an intervention aimed at increasing knowledge of kidney disease on the timely commencement of replacement therapy
Emeterio Burgos Jiménez,Manuela A. Meléndez Balderrama,Eduwiges Meza Coronado,Karla G. Agramón Cota
Revista de la Sociedad Espa?ola de Enfermería Nefrológica , 2011,
Abstract: Introducción: En México se estima que entre el 70 y el 80% de los pacientes que ingresan a diálisis lo hacen de forma urgente, esto se traduce en mayor morbimortalidad, mayores costos y menor eficacia organizativa en los servicios de nefrología. Objetivo: Evaluar el impacto de una intervención dirigida a incrementar el conocimiento de la enfermedad renal sobre el inicio oportuno de la terapia sustitutiva. Hipótesis: El promedio del grupo en el conocimiento de la enfermedad renal después de la intervención es mayor al promedio previo a la misma. Material y Métodos: Dise o pre experimental (antes - después) muestra de 65 pacientes en estadio 5 de la IR (IC 95%) se sometió al grupo a cuatro sesiones educativas: Sobre la enfermedad renal crónica, la nutrición y la enfermedad renal crónica, cambios en el estilo de vida y diálisis peritoneal, lo que necesita saber. Se utilizo un cuestionario de 26 ítems (KR .8). Se utilizó estadística descriptiva y t de students (ns > 0.05). Resultados: Antes de la intervención el promedio de conocimiento fue de 60.76 incrementándose en 35.08 puntos posteriores a la misma. Previo a la intervención el nivel bueno se encuentra en 23.1% incrementándose a 98.5%. Se lograron cambios significativos en el nivel de conocimiento (t = 13.207 ns.000) El 93.80 aceptaron iniciar tratamiento posterior a la intervención. Conclusiones: Proporcionar educación sobre la enfermedad renal y sus opciones de tratamiento incrementa el conocimiento de la misma, favoreciendo la toma de decisiones acertadas para el inicio oportuno de la terapia sustitutiva. Introduction: In Mexico it is estimated that between 70 and 80% of patients who are admitted for dialysis are admitted as emergencies. This leads to higher mortality, higher costs and reduced organizational efficacy in the nephrology services. Aim: To assess the impact of an intervention aimed at increasing knowledge of kidney disease on the timely commencement of replacement therapy. Hypothesis: The group average knowledge of kidney disease after the intervention is higher than the average prior to the intervention. Material and Methods: Pre-experimental design (before-after): a sample of 65 patients with stage 5 CKD (95% CI) underwent four group educational sessions: About chronic kidney disease, Nutrition and chronic kidney disease, Changes in lifestyle and Peritoneal dialysis, what you need to know. A questionnaire containing 26 items (KR.8) was used. Descriptive statistics and the student's t-test were used (ns > 0.05). Results: Before the intervention, average knowledge was 60.76 which increas
Impacto de una intervención dirigida a incrementar el conocimiento de la enfermedad renal sobre el inicio oportuno de la terapia sustitutiva
Burgos Jiménez,Emeterio; Meléndez Balderrama,Manuela A.; Meza Coronado,Eduwiges; Agramón Cota,Karla G.; Pereyra Hernández,María C.; Martínez Menchaca,Norma L.;
Revista de la Sociedad Espa?ola de Enfermería Nefrológica , 2011, DOI: 10.4321/S1139-13752011000400005
Abstract: introduction: in mexico it is estimated that between 70 and 80% of patients who are admitted for dialysis are admitted as emergencies. this leads to higher mortality, higher costs and reduced organizational efficacy in the nephrology services. aim: to assess the impact of an intervention aimed at increasing knowledge of kidney disease on the timely commencement of replacement therapy. hypothesis: the group average knowledge of kidney disease after the intervention is higher than the average prior to the intervention. material and methods: pre-experimental design (before-after): a sample of 65 patients with stage 5 ckd (95% ci) underwent four group educational sessions: about chronic kidney disease, nutrition and chronic kidney disease, changes in lifestyle and peritoneal dialysis, what you need to know. a questionnaire containing 26 items (kr.8) was used. descriptive statistics and the student's t-test were used (ns > 0.05). results: before the intervention, average knowledge was 60.76 which increased by 35.08 points after the intervention. prior to the intervention, good level was at 23.1%, and increased to 98.5%. significant changes in the level of knowledge were achieved (t = 13.207 ns.000) 93.80% agreed to start treatment after the intervention. conclusions: providing education on kidney disease and the treatment options increases knowledge of the disease, favouring correct decision-making for the timely commencement of replacement therapy.
Adaptability, Entrepreneurship and Stakeholder Integration: Scenarios and Strategies for Environment and Vulnerability  [PDF]
Jerónimo De-Burgos-Jiménez, Diego A. Vazquez-Brust, José A. Plaza-úbeda
Journal of Environmental Protection (JEP) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jep.2011.210160
Abstract: The “vicious circle” between poverty and environmental deterioration is a major challenge for those developmental approaches which look to improve the welfare of vulnerable communities. Environmental deterioration increases poverty while, at the same time, poverty causes further environmental deterioration as the business activities which communities depend upon for survival aggravate environmental deterioration by causing pollution and waste. It is therefore necessary that firms and communities collaborate in order to develop innovative solutions to break this vicious circle. This paper argues that such collaboration should be based on genuine stakeholders’ integration and entrepreneurship, proposes a holistic framework to guide business intervention strategies, and further explores collaboration scenarios between firms and communities.
Conversión tardía de una endoprótesis aórtica a cirugía abierta: se debe extraer toda la endoprótesis? Late conversion of an aortic endograft to open surgery: should the endograft be removed?
César Eduardo Jiménez,Juan Rafael Correa,Rodrigo Burgos
Revista Colombiana de Cirugía , 2013,
Abstract: El advenimiento de la tecnología endovascular para el manejo de aneurismas aórticos ha revolucionado la cirugía endovascular, los estudios sobre reparo endovascular de aneurisma (Endovascular Aneurysm Repair, EVAR) y el EUROSTAR (registro europeo de cirugía endovascular en aneurisma de aorta abdominal infrarrenal) ha reportado disminución de la mortalidad y morbilidad a los 30 días, con disminución de las estancias hospitalarias y del uso de productos hemáticos, entre otras ventajas. Las prótesis endovasculares deben tener un estricto seguimiento imaginológico y clínico de por vida, para detectar las complicaciones como migraciones de los dispositivos o presencia de fugas (endoleaks) que puedan generar ruptura tardía del aneurisma. En este artículo se presenta el caso de una endoprótesis aórtica abdominal colocada en el 2004, con un fuga tardía y crecimiento aneurismático, que se intentó manejar inicialmente con técnicas endovasculares sin éxito, y requirió el retiro de la prótesis y colocación de un injerto sintético de dacrón convencional por vía quirúrgica, con obtención de buenos resultados. The advent of endovascular technology for the management of aortic aneurysms has revolutionized endovascular surgery. The Endovascular Aneurysm Repair (EVAR) and the European Registry of Endovascular Surgery for infra-renal Aortic Aneurysms (EUROSTAR) trials have shown reduced 30-day morbidity and mortality rates, shorter hospital stays, and lesser use of blood products. Endovascular prostheses must be strictly life-long followed by clinical examination and diagnostic imaging, in order to detect possible migration of the endograft or leaks (endoleaks) that could generate rupture of the aneurysm. We report the case of an abdominal aortic stent placed in 2004 with late endoleak and aneurysmal growth with an initial failed attempt of management by endosurgery technique, that finally required explantation of the endograft and conversion to the surgical placement of a conventional Dacron synthetic graft with good results.
Grupos de interés, gestión ambiental y resultado empresarial: una propuesta integradora
José Antonio Plaza úbeda,Jerónimo de Burgos Jiménez,Luis Jesús Belmonte Ure?a
Cuadernos de Economía y Dirección de la Empresa , 2011,
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Quantum tomography via equidistant states
C. Paiva-Sánchez,E. Burgos-Inostroza,O. Jiménez,A. Delgado
Physics , 2009, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.82.032115
Abstract: We study the possibility of performing quantum state tomography via equidistant states. This class of states allows us to propose a non-symmetric informationally complete POVM based tomographic scheme. The scheme is defined for odd dimensions and involves an inversion which can be analytically carried out by Fourier transform.
Análisis de microsatélites en células exfoliadas del sedimento urinario: Su utilidad para la detección del cáncer vesical. Estudio comparativo con citología urinaria
Molina Burgos,R.; Millán Salvador,J.M.; Oltra Soler,J.S.; Jiménez Cruz,J.F.;
Actas Urológicas Espa?olas , 2003, DOI: 10.4321/S0210-48062003000800007
Abstract: introduction: taking into account the precocity of the genetic alterations in the carcinogénesis of the bladder tumors, the valuation of these changes at a level of 9p 21-22 by means of microsatellite markers could be useful for the diagnostic and follow-up. purpose: to evaluate the use of microsatellite markers and the utility of loss of heterozigosity (loh) and microsatellite instability (msi) in exfoliated cells from urine sediment. this observation offers the possibility of tumor detection by examining the dna of urinary sediment. materials and methods: we amplified with pcr the dna of urine and blood samples from 160 patients with bladder cancer. we analysed loh/msi in cells from urinary sediment using four microsatellite markers of 9p 21-22 (d9s747-d9s171-d9s162-ifna) and one from chromosome 4 (d4s243). the urinary cytology was used as comparative method and histological examination of tissue obtained by transurethral resection (tur) as reference diagnostic. we calculated the sensibility and specificity of this method and if there was some correlation between stage and grade tumoral. results: we could use 150 samples correctly. in 111 samples we found loh/msi (sensibility 74%). the cytology was positive only in 60 patients (sensibility 40%). we found a bigger number of microsatellite alterations (am) in superficial tumors (sensibility 77,3% vs. 28,8% for the cytology) and these were significant when comparing tumors gi-ii vs. giii (msi p <0,001 - loh p <0,004). the marker with more sensibility was d4s243 with 40%. one patient with prostate carcinoma and another one with chronic cystitis gave false positive results. conclusions: the study of loh/msi in bladder tumors with 5 microsatellites markers, according to our results showed a sensibility of 74%. the biggest number in loh/msi was found in superficial tumors and gi-gii tumors. although we cannot discard the cystoscopy study in the diagnostic and follow-up, the sensibility of the urine cytology is better and
Metabolic syndrome in Mexican adults: results from the National Health and Nutrition Survey 2006
Rojas,Rosalba; Aguilar-Salinas,Carlos A; Jiménez-Corona,Aída; Shamah-Levy,Teresa; Rauda,Juan; ávila-Burgos,Leticia; Villalpando,Salvador; Lazcano Ponce,Eduardo;
Salud Pública de México , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0036-36342010000700004
Abstract: objective: to examine the prevalence of metabolic syndrome (ms) and its associated risk factors in mexican adults aged 20 years or older, using data derived from the national health and nutrition survey 2006 (ensanut 2006). material and methods: the ensanut 2006 was conducted between october 2005 and may 2006. questionnaires were administered to 45 446 adult subjects aged 20 years or older who were residents from urban and rural areas. anthropometric and blood pressure measurements were obtained from all subjects and fasting blood specimens were provided by 30% of participants. we randomly selected a sub-sample of 6 613 from which laboratory measurements were carried out for glucose, insulin, triglycerides, total cholesterol and hdl-cholesterol. for this analysis, we included only results from eight or more hours of fasting samples (n=6 021). we used individual weighted factors in the statistical analysis and considered the survey's complex sampling design to obtain variances and confidence intervals. all analyses were done using spss 15.0. results: in accordance with definitions by the national cholesterol education program adult treatment panel iii (atp iii), the american heart association/national heart, lung and blood institute (aha/nhlbi), and the international diabetes federation (idf), the prevalence of ms in mexican adults aged 20 years or older was 36.8, 41.6 and 49.8%, respectively. women were more affected than men due to the higher prevalence of central obesity among females. prevalence of ms increased with age and was higher among populations living in metropolitan areas, in the west-central region, and those with lower education. discussion: regardless of the ms definition, a large proportion of mexican adults has the condition, so preventive measures are needed to decrease the prevalence of the ms components in this population. ms can predict type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease, two of the main causes of death in the adult population in mexico.
Shrimp Lipids: A Source of Cancer Chemopreventive Compounds
Carmen-María López-Saiz,Guadalupe-Miroslava Suárez-Jiménez,Maribel Plascencia-Jatomea,Armando Burgos-Hernández
Marine Drugs , 2013, DOI: 10.3390/md11103926
Abstract: Shrimp is one of the most popular seafoods worldwide, and its lipids have been studied for biological activity in both, muscle and exoskeleton. Free fatty acids, triglycerides, carotenoids, and other lipids integrate this fraction, and some of these compounds have been reported with cancer chemopreventive activities. Carotenoids and polyunsaturated fatty acids have been extensively studied for chemopreventive properties, in both in vivo and in vitro studies. Their mechanisms of action depend on the lipid chemical structure and include antioxidant, anti-proliferative, anti-mutagenic, and anti-inflammatory activities, among others. The purpose of this review is to lay groundwork for future research about the properties of the lipid fraction of shrimp.
Organic Wastes to Increase CO2 Absorption  [PDF]
Manuel Jiménez Aguilar
International Journal of Clean Coal and Energy (IJCCE) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ijcce.2014.34005
Abstract: The objective of the study was actually the investigation of the effect of various organic wastes on the ability of urine in absorbing CO2. Urine alone or mixed with olive-oil-mill waste waters (O), poultry litter (P) or meat bone meal (M) was used on the absorption of CO2 from a gas bottle. The absorption capacity (1.35 - 2.85 gCO2/gNH4) was bigger than other solvents such as ammonia and amines. The range of CO2 absorption was significantly bigger for the organic mixtures P and PM with urine (9.1 - 11.8) g/L than urine alone 6.5 g/L. These organic wastes could be used to increase CO2 absorption in urine and reduce gas emissions.
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