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EVALUATION OF DOMICILIARY ORCHARD PROJECT IN JARDIM MODELO FROM CAMPO MOUR O, PARANá.
Fabiana Burdini Margonato1, Ademir Peres de Souza2, Eliane AparecidaMiranda Muller2, Natália Ariel Beltrami2, Regina Aparecida Santos Costa2,Terezinha da Concei??o Da Silvai2
SaBios : Revista de Saúde e Biologia , 2007,
Abstract: After the analysis of the main health problems with communitarian leaders from Jardim Modelo - Campo Mour o, a group ofNursing academics from Integrado College considered to implant a Domiciliary Orchard project as part of curricular activities ofCommunitarian Project disciplines. During this discipline, students carried out partnership with Agronomy academics. Diabeticand hypertensive families interested to participate in the project were registered. Afterward, oriented by a nutritionist, visits tofamilies were carried out to inform about alimentary habits and the manner of manipulating food. After the end of discipline theproject was changedded in an extension. This research aimed to evaluate, in short-term, the phase of families’ cadastre andorientation. Domiciliary visits were carried out, in which, questionnaires about the importance of hyposodic diet and correctmanipulation of foods were applied. Interviews with people whom did not accept to participate in the project were carried out, inorder to identify the main reasons about the not acceptance. Results demonstrate that orientations given by academics havebeen of great value for the improvement of life quality of inhabitants, therefore changes in alimentary habits were observed,which reveal the importance of the implantation of prevention actions.
RECREATION LECTURE ABOUT HYPERTENSION AND DIABETES
Fabiana Burdini Margonato1, Dirce Cotrim2; Dirce Mári Bodner de Freitas2;Ivanilda Vieira de Camargo2; Maria Aparecida da Costa2; MarivaniaMenegarde2; Ritha de Kássia Widerski2
SaBios : Revista de Saúde e Biologia , 2007,
Abstract: The intervention project “Recreation lecture about hypertension and diabetes” aimed to promote education in health and tostimulate self-care among diabetic and hypertensive patients, by the formation of a group with monthly meetings involvingacademics, workers in health and the community. This study has the objective of evaluate the development of diabetic andhypertensive groups that initiated with a recreation lecture given by nursing graduating academics from Integrado College fromCampo Mour o, Paraná, in corporation with a group of the Family Health Program from the Basic Health Unit from JardimModelo. To evaluate the intervention, the academics came back to the unit after the second meeting and interviewed participantusers from the group and communitarian health agents (CHA). An increase in the number of participants from the first to thesecond day of activity has been observed. Participants have demonstrated satisfaction with the intervention carried out byacademics which has motivated the CHA to continue the work. Thus, it has been concluded that the interaction betweenacademics, health services and community was efficient to the development of diabetic and hypertensive groups, collaboratingto health promotion among users that carry such illnesses.
Acute intentional and accidental poisoning with medications in a southern Brazilian city
Margonato, Fabiana Burdini;Thomson, Zuleika;Paoliello, Monica Maria Bastos;
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-311X2009000400016
Abstract: the expansion of the pharmaceutical market in the 20th century led to important changes in the consumption of medications worldwide. the objective of the current study was to analyze acute intentional and accidental poisoning with medications according to factors related to the individual, the poisoning, and the drug involved. this was a cross-sectional study that collected secondary data on all cases of acute poisoning with medications reported from 2003 to 2004 by the poison control center at the regional university hospital in maringá, paraná state, brazil. we studied a total of 546 cases of acute poisoning with medications. females predominated among intentional cases (79.8%), and the 0-9-year age bracket was the most common among accidental cases (51.9%). the most frequently involved drugs were those acting on the central nervous system (57.2%), predominantly those requiring controlled prescriptions, especially among the intentional cases (66.2%). the results demonstrate the characteristics of acute poisoning from medications in maringá, confirming the need for preventive measures that contribute to the rational use of medications.
Determinantes nas intoxica??es medicamentosas agudas na zona urbana de um município do Sul do Brasil
Margonato, Fabiana Burdini;Thomson, Zuleika;Paoliello, M?nica Maria Bastos;
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-311X2008000200012
Abstract: acute poisoning with medicines in brazil has various causes, including a deficient national drug policy. the current study thus aimed to analyze socioeconomic variables, prescription characteristics, and forms of purchase or acquisition and storing of medicines by victims of acute unintentional poisoning. the data were collected during home visits to patients with a record of acute unintentional drug poisoning according to the poison control center in maringá, paraná state, in 2004. the variables were related to the victim, the poisoning event, the product, and its household storage. for the 97 poisonings recorded during the study period, 72 families were interviewed, with the majority of the victims under 10 years of age (73.6%), males (54.2%), and from lower-income groups (63.9%). many interviewees reported not having received information about the drug (76.5%). there was a significant association between lower-income status and inadequate drug storage (p < 0.05). a larger proportion of poisonings in higher-income families involved expired products (p < 0.05). inadequate acquisition and storage of drugs may thus have facilitated the occurrence of poisonings.
Toxoplasmose na gesta??o: diagnóstico, tratamento e importancia de protocolo clínico
Margonato, Fabiana Burdini;Silva, Ana Mario Rigo;Soares, Darli Antonio;Amaral, Denise Araújo;Petris, Airton José;
Revista Brasileira de Saúde Materno Infantil , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-38292007000400005
Abstract: objectives: to compare therapeutic and laboratory aspects of toxoplasmosis in pregnant women as well as its cost in a real situation and in a hypothetical situation employing a clinical protocol.methods: a time-series cohort study was carried out with pregnant women taking part between january and november 2004 in the prenatal program at the primary health units in londrina, paraná, brazil, whose prenatal routine laboratory tests included serology for acute toxoplasmosis. data were obtained at the city's department of health and the university hospital. additional tests, treatment and corresponding expenses were compared with data from a hypothetical situation employing a clinical protocol. results: in the real situation, there was no definitive diagnosis for 75% of the pregnant women with reactive igm for toxoplasmosis, and among those who underwent an additional test, the median time period between the two tests was 23 weeks; 28.5% of the women were treated without confirmation and a single confirmed case was not treated. compared with the hypothetical situation, if an additional test had been carried out with the same blood sample it would have been possible to arrive at a definitive diagnosis of all cases. lower expenditure on medicines would compensate for extra expenses related to additional tests. conclusions: the results show the importance of an appropriate clinical protocol both for health protection and cost reduction.
Prevalence of anemia among pregnant women in the city of Campo Mour o – PR between the periods 2005 to 2008 Prevalência de anemias em gestantes do município de Campo Mour o – PR entre os períodos de 2005 a 2008
Soraya Cristina Medeiros Américo1,Fabiana Nabarro Ferraz
Semina : Ciências Biológicas e da Saúde , 2011,
Abstract: Pregnant women are one of the most vulnerable groups to acquire anemia (deficiency). Based on it, this study aimed verifying the prevalence of anemia among pregnant women, who were taken cared in Basic Health Units in Campo Mour o, from 2005 to 2008. As a tool for data collection were used the medical registrations of pregnant women and the following variables: age, marital status, hemoglobin dosage,and prescribed drugs for anemia. The prevalence of anemia among pregnant women was 6.18%, the majority (70.07%) had hemoglobin values between 9.6 to 10.8 g/dL, the most affected age group was between 18 and 26 (55.12%), in relation to the level of education, the majority (62.20%) had primary and secondary school complete and about half of the women were married, the most prescribed medication for anemia were the salts of iron (88.18%). Oral supplementation of iron is the standard intervention for prevention and treatment of anemia during pregnancy. In this study, the prevalence of pregnant women with anemia was considered, according to the WHO, a mild public health problem, which most cases being classified as moderate anemia. The results obtained in our study are very important, especially as a source for future comparisons and monitoring the health of pregnant women in Campo Mour o. As gestantes constituem um dos grupos mais vulneráveis a adquirir anemias (carenciais). Este trabalho teve como objetivo verificar a prevalência de anemias em gestantes atendidas em Unidades Básicas de Saúde em Campo Mour o, de 2005 a 2008. Como instrumento de coleta de dados, foram utilizados os prontuários das gestantes e as seguintes variáveis: idade, situa o conjugal, escolaridade, dosagem de hemoglobina e medicamentos prescritos para anemia. A prevalência de anemias nas gestantes foi de6,18% e a maioria (70,07%) apresentava valores de hemoglobina entre 9,6 a 10,8 g/dL. A faixa etária mais acometida encontrava-se entre 18 a 26 anos (55,12%) e, com rela o ao grau de escolaridade, a maioria (62,20%) possuía ensino fundamental e médio completo e cerca da metade das gestantes eram casadas. O medicamento antianêmico mais prescrito foram os sais de ferro (88,18%). A suplementa o oral de ferro é a interven o padr o para preven o e tratamento da anemia durante a gesta o. Neste estudo a prevalência de gestantes anêmicas foi considerada segundo a OMS um leve problema de saúde pública, sendo a grande maioria classificada como anemia moderada. Os resultados obtidos em nosso estudo possuem grande relevancia, principalmente como fonte de futuras compara es e monitoramento da saúde
Aortic Valvuloplasty as Bridging for TAVI in High-Risk Patients with Heyde’s Syndrome: A Case Report
Cosmo Godino,Anna Giulia Pavon,Antonio Mangieri,Alberto Margonato
Case Reports in Medicine , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/946764
Abstract: There is a frequent association between aortic valve stenosis and gastrointestinal bleeding, also known as Heyde’s syndrome. In these patients, the aortic valve replacement should be recommended as “gold standard.” In high-surgical-risk patients, the Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI) is an alternative option. However, the risk of bleeding recurrence, related to double antiplatelet therapy started after TAVI, cannot be excluded especially in the first months. We present a case of a patient with a severe aortic valve stenosis and a history of previously documented angiodysplasia and recurrence of gastrointestinal bleeding initially treated only with balloon aortic valvuloplasty that excluded recurrence of bleeding during the subsequent six months of followup. Therefore, a definite transfemoral Edwards XT valve implantation was planned to be performed in case of recurrence of aortic stenosis.
Stress echocardiography in heart failure
Eustachio Agricola, Michele Oppizzi, Matteo Pisani, Alberto Margonato
Cardiovascular Ultrasound , 2004, DOI: 10.1186/1476-7120-2-11
Abstract: The identification of viable hibernating myocardium in patients with coronary artery disease and chronic left ventricular (LV) dysfunction is, up to today, the most common use of stress echocardiography in patients with heart failure. However, to search viable myocardium or the presence of contractile reserve is only one of plugs of the physiopathologic puzzle in a failing heart (Figure 1 and 2). If we consider the ability of echocardiography to provide valuable haemodynamic information accurately and non-invasively, it is ideally suited for application during stress testing to objectively assess other physiopathologic components of heart failure. These include the study of exercise physiology, the presence and the behaviour of concomitant mitral regurgitation (MR), the prediction of response to resynchronization therapy etc.Therefore, the present review will detail some important potential applications of stress echocardiography in patients with heart failure in the evaluation of the different clinical and physiopathologic aspects of heart failure syndrome.The most common cause of heart failure in the Western world is coronary artery disease, accounting for up to 60% of cases [1]. In patients with coronary artery disease and chronic LV dysfunction, it is crucial to distinguish between viable and fibrotic tissue to make adequate clinical decisions. Noncontractile but viable myocardium may correspond to different states that are important but difficult to distinguish, i.e., ischemia, stunning, nontransmural infarction, or hibernation and in individual patients these pictures may coexist [2].After brief episodes of coronary occlusion and reflow a reversible global LV dysfunction can occur. This phenomenon was called myocardial stunning [3]. It is characterized as prolonged mechanical dysfunction after coronary reflow despite resumption of normal perfusion and lack of permanent tissue damage. Stunning seems to result from alterations in contractile proteins in response
National Observatory on Special Education: Network Study about Inclusive Education in Brazil  [PDF]
Mendes Eniceia, Cia Fabiana
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2015.39009
Abstract:

Considering the importance of collaborative networks of research, a group of Brazilian researchers has created the National Observatory on Special Education (in Portuguese Oneesp), whose focus is on the production of integrated studies about policies and practices directed to the issue of school inclusion in Brazilian reality. The present project has focused on a nationwide study about a government policy to stimulate the creation of support services to students with special educational needs in regular schools, called “Multifunctional Resource Rooms (MRR)”. According to official data, between 2005 and 2011 the Brazilian Ministry of Education had financed 30.000 MRR spread in all Brazilian states. To what extent this type of service has supported the education of children and young with educational special needs? To answer these questions 203 researchers from 16 Brazilian states, representing 22 universities are leading a network study to analyze the municipalities’ implementation of this policy. Studies were conducted involving 58 municipalities for concurrently produce, knowledge and professional development through collaborative research, and were conducted through interviews with focus groups composed of approximately 450 MRR teachers, and then a national study survey in progress, directed to about 500 MRR teachers. The analysis of the results, still preliminary, indicated that the policies of the municipalities, despite following some guidelines from the Ministry of Education, were translated to their reality and assumed quite different local expressions depending in part on local history of the development of services of special education in determined reality.

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