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Fernanda Raquel Oliveira Lima,Raquel Martins Melo Pinheiro
Fólio : Revista de Letras , 2010,
Abstract: This paper aims to present, in light of the theoretical framework of socio-discursive interactionism, a proposal to work with the group of argumentative genera for the early grades of elementary school, providing to the teacher guidance and reflections on didactic sequence format. The research arises as a case study that investigated the oral and written productions of a 4th year of the elementary school of the municipal public education system ofJuiz de Fora - MG. The initial productions stress the importance to begin learning the gender of the group of argumentation early, so the children can developed all the complex skills on this text type, and thus ensure a consistent learning that seeks to insert students in the practices of communicative activities.
Gravidez e exercício
Lima, Fernanda R.;Oliveira, Natália;
Revista Brasileira de Reumatologia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0482-50042005000300018
Abstract: with the increasing number of women that perform physical activities and practice sports regularly, it is important for the clinical specialists to be updated about the benefits and risks of sports practices during pregnancy, with the aim of promoting a safe and precise orientation of their pregnant patients.
Diagnosis and evaluation of clients with injuries - a prospective study
Beatriz Guitton RB Oliveira,Fernanda FS Lima
Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing , 2006,
Abstract: The study aims to characterize the tissues injuries porter clients (active or chonic) who are assisted at the nursing consultation in the Antonio Pedro University Hospital -- Hospital Universitário Ant nio Pedro (HUAP) – and to analyze the results of the treatment from the scarring evolution point of view and the client participation in the self care activities, considering their social-economical condition. The theoretical argument is based on Dorothea E. Orem’ s structural conception about self care. It is about a prospective, descriptive study having a quanti-qualitative approach. It is necessary to mention that this project has Scientifical Beginning Scholarship from FAPERJ – Funda o de Amparo a Pesquisa do Estado do Rio de Janeiro.
Factors Associated with Low Intake of Dietary Fiber in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Patients  [PDF]
Vanessa Rosa Brito Oliveira, Raquel Rocha, Mirella Brasil Lopes, Fernanda Gomes Coqueiro, Naiade Silveira Almeida, Sandra Santos Valois, Genoile Oliveira Santana
Health (Health) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/health.2014.611159
Abstract: Inflammatory bowel disease patients reduce their intake of foods rich in dietary fibers in an attempt to prevent recurrence of the disease, predisposing these patients to nutritional losses. The aim of this study was to evaluate the intake of dietary fiber and associated factors in a group of patients with inflammatory bowel disease. This was a cross-sectional study with 61 inflammatory bowel disease patients, and all participants were outpatients in Salvador, Bahia. Patients completed a semi-structured questionnaire that included questions about demographics, socioeconomic status and anthropometric and clinical information and a food frequency questionnaire to assess the intake of dietary fiber. The mean intake of dietary fiber was 28.2 ± 14.8 g/day for inflammatory bowel disease patients, 27.9 ± 10.1 g/day for ulcerative colitis (UC) patients and 28.9 ± 21.1 g/days for those with Crohn’s disease (CD) (p > 0.05). Most inflammatory bowel disease patients (52.5%) had intake below that recommended for dietary fiber. Inadequate consumption was present in 56.3% of CD patients and 43.8% of those with UC (p = 0.28). Men had lower fiber intake than women (p = 0.04). No significant associations between fiber intake and disease activity, location, presence of complications, gastrointestinal complaints, and nutrition counseling were found (p > 0.05). The low intake of dietary fiber was present in most patients, and the greatest inadequacy was found in males. Insufficient intake of dietary fiber appears to be linked to demographic features and not necessarily clinical characteristics relevant to inflammatory bowel disease.
Birth cohort differences in physical functioning levels among elderly Brazilians: findings from the Bambuí cohort study of aging (1997-2008)
Oliveira, Cesar Messias de;Lima-Costa, Maria Fernanda;
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-311X2011001500015
Abstract: the aim of this study was to investigate the cohort differences in physical functioning levels among the older (cohort members born in 1916-1926 and in 1927-1937) participants of the bambuí cohort study of aging. the data came from participants aged 71-81 who took part at baseline in 1997 (n = 491) and in the 11th wave in 2008 (n = 620). the physical functioning variables included the following self-reported measures: activities of daily living, the instrumental activities of daily living and mobility. poisson regression analyses were used to investigate the cohort year differences in physical functioning levels. overall, the young cohort (2008) showed better levels of physical functioning compared to the older cohort (1997) across all three measures of physical functioning used.
FRBRiza o de um Catálogo FRBRización de un catálogo FRBRization of a catalog
Fernanda Passini Moreno,Jo?o Alberto de Oliveira Lima
Biblios , 2013, DOI: 10.5195/biblios.2013.76
Abstract: O modelo FRBR (Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records) (IFLA, 1998) vem mudando a forma como lidamos com o catálogo bibliográfico. Uma das principais contribui es desse modelo é a representa o da informa o dos registros bibliográficos por meio de relacionamentos existentes entre entidades conceituais, Obra e suas Express es, e físicas, Manifesta o e seus Itens. Neste estudo de caso, relatamos a experiência da convers o de 83.257 registros do catálogo da Rede Virtual de Bibliotecas – Congresso Nacional (RVBI), codificados no formato MARC (MAchine Readable Cataloging), para um formato que organiza as informa es bibliográficas utilizando os conceitos do modelo FRBR. Como resultado, apresenta-se a informa o bibliográfica de forma mais concisa e, consequentemente, gera-se economia de tempo para o usuário no momento da consulta. Além disso, obtivemos resultados que n o eram inicialmente esperados, como, por exemplo, a identifica o de inconsistências nos registros MARC. A ferramenta “FRBR Display Tool”, desenvolvida pela Biblioteca do Congresso Americano, foi fundamental na realiza o do experimento aqui relatado. El modelo FRBR FRBR (Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records) (IFLA, 1998) viene cambiando la forma como lidiamos con el catálogo bibliográfico. Una de las principales contribuciones de ese modelo es la representación de la información de los registros bibliográficos por medio de relaciones existentes entre entidades conceptuales, la obra y sus expresiones físicas, la manifestación y sus ítems. En este estudio de caso, relatamos la experiencia de la conversión de 83.257 registros del catálogo de la Red Virtual de Bibliotecas – Congreso Nacional (RVBI), codificados en el formato MARC (MAchine Readable Cataloging), para un formato que organiza las informaciones bibliográficas utilizando los conceptos del modelo FRBR. Como resultado, se presenta la información bibliográfica de forma más concisa y, consecuentemente, se genera economía de tiempo para el usuario en el momento de la consulta. Además de eso, obtuvimos resultados que no eran inicialmente esperados, como, por ejemplo, la identificación de inconsistencias en los registros MARC. La herramienta “FRBR Display Tool”, desarrollada por la Biblioteca del Congreso Americano, fue fundamental en la realización del experimento aquí relatado. The FRBR model (Functional Requirements it Bibliographic Records) (IFLA, 1998) is changing the way we work with the library catalog. One of the main contributions of this model is the representation of the bibliographic information through
Perfil do Desempenho Motor e Cognitivo na Idade Adulta e Velhice
Jussara de Lima Rodrigues,Fernanda Oliveira Ferreira,Vitor Geraldi Haase
Gerais : Revista Interinstitucional de Psicologia , 2008,
Abstract: Motor and cognitive performance in neurologically healthy adults and older people was examined in a randomsample of 300 individuals from Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Formal schooling ranged from 1 to 25 years, and age variedfrom 18 to 90 years-old. Participants were evaluated through the Paced Auditory Serial Addition Test (PASAT),Nine Hole Peg Test (9-HPT) and Timed Walking of 25 feet (TW-25). Regression analyses showed that ageinfluences motor performance (14% of explained variance for the upper limbs and 11% for the lower limbs), whilecognitive speed was better explained by education (10,6% of explained variance). Receiver-Operating Characteristic(ROC) curves analyses pointed out to a decline in cognitive performance in individuals with lower level of schooling(less than 10 years) and worse motor performance in older individuals (more than 60 years-old). Education and ageare important variables to be taken into consideration in motor and cognitive assessments.
The sociodemographic and clinical profile of clients with cutaneous wounds.
Beatriz Guitton RB Oliveira,Fernanda Ferreira da S Lima
Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing , 2007,
Abstract: This research aims to outline the social, demographic and clinical profile of clients with cutaneous wounds (active and chronic) who received assistance from the outpatient service of a university hospital. The study is prospective and descriptive, with a quantitative approach, involving patients with wounds admitted between February and September 2006. The data registered in protocol I refer to identification, clinical history, previous illnesses and type of wound. These are sorted into categories with the help of graphs and analyzed in the light of the applicable literature. The study encompassed 38 patients with 121 consultations. The results show that the population of the study is mostly male (74%), aged from 40 to 59 years (44.5%), with incomplete middle (junior high) school (42%) and lives in the city of Niterói (49%). With relation to clinical aspects, the patients present Diabetes Mellitus (28%) and surgical injuries (31%). As to location, 39% of wounds are to lower members caused by diverse traumas (37%) and take between 4 and 8 months to heal on average. The systematic monitoring of wounded patients is fundamental not only to treat the wound but also to control basic illnesses and prevent complications.
Adhesion Studies of Diamond-Like Carbon Films Deposited on Ti6Al4V Alloy after Carbonitriding  [PDF]
Deiler Antonio Lima-Oliveira, Romina Paula Castro Costa, Gislene Valdete Martins, Evaldo José Corat, Vladimir Jesus Trava-Airoldi, Anderson Oliveira Lobo, Fernanda Roberta Marciano
Open Journal of Metal (OJMetal) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojmetal.2012.21001
Abstract: Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) coatings have attracted significant attention due to their low friction coefficient, high degree of hardness, chemical inertness, and high wear resistance as well as and their many possible uses in metallurgical, aeronautical, and biomedical applications. However, DLC has low adhesion strength to metallic substrates. Carbonitriding was performed before DLC deposition to improve this adherence. Different concentration of nitrogen in the gas mixture was used during the carbonitriding of Ti6Al4V alloy. DLC films were subsequently grown from methane using plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition. The samples were characterized with Raman scattering spectroscopy, nanoindentation, and tribological tests. Films from 80.0% N2 had the best friction coefficient (0.07) and a critical load of ~22 N. In the scratching test, these films had adhesive failure and they completely detached from the substrate only in the end of the tests. SEM images show carbonitring promoted a significant increase in the surface defects (homogeneously distributed) but without the presence of microcracks. EDX analysis indicated that nitrogen element was diffused throughout the thickness of the samples. Hydrogen and carbon atoms from carbonitriding formed a diffusion-barrier layer that can be used as the first step for DLC deposition. This carbonitriding can also provide a carbide layer, which serves as the precursor for the nucleation and growth of DLC films.
Simula??o e análise econ?mica da produ??o in vivo e in vitro de embri?es em bovinos
Beltrame, Renato Travassos;Quirino, Celia Raquel;Barioni, Luis Gustavo;Lima, Vera Fernanda Martins Hossepian de;
Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-204X2010001200024
Abstract: the objective of this work was to evaluate the effect of the variables number of recipients, synchronization protocol, reproductive efficiency indicators and pregnancy cost, in the economic effectiveness of in vivo and in vitro bovine embryo production. a simulation application was elaborated to allow the user to insert the input variable parameters. a basic scenario, from the efficiency traditional rates of in vivo (et) and in vitro production (ivp) techniques of bovine embryos, was introduced in the software as a criterion to compare the results. this software was able to reproduce both et and ivp scenarios. the embryo production was simulated through stochastic simulation. the optimal number of recipients using sensitivity analysis was determined. the net present value and cost per pregnancy were used as a decision parameter. the synchronization for fixed-time embryo transfer decreased the recipient idleness and, consequently, the final cost of pregnancy, in comparison to the traditional methodology. foetal sexing must be associated to ivp of bovine embryos. in addition, the optimal recipient number per donor is variable and depends on data inserted in the system.
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