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Efeito das Drogas Anti-Retrovirais sobre as Taxas de Fertilidade de Ratas Wistar
Figueiró Filho Ernesto Antonio
Revista Brasileira de Ginecologia e Obstetrícia , 2002,
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The diagnostic accuracy of the usage of the Fetal Medicine Foundation’s (FMF) on-line risk calculator with first-trimester ultrasound for screening for preeclampsia in high-risk pregnant Brazilian population  [PDF]
Ernesto Antonio Figueiró-Filho, Maithe Vendas Galhardo, Bruno Areco de Souza
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2012.23063
Abstract: To evaluate the sensitivity and specificity of the usage of the FMF On-Line Risk Calculator with first-trimester ultrasound, in screening assessment for preeclampsia (PE), without serum markers. To define the best risk cut-off values for early, intermediate and late preeclampsia. Diagnostic accuracy study of pregnant women who had first-trimester ultrasounds between 11 and 13 weeks. The index test was the first-trimester ultrasound scan plus the FMF On-Line Risk Calculator to assess the risk for PE. The reference standard was the confirmation of actual development of early, intermediate or late PE. For calculations of sensitivity and specificity to determine the best cut-off values for early, intermediate and late PE, all the information was processed into ROC curves. The assessment of preeclampsia risk in the first trimester using an ultrasound plus the FMF On-Line Risk Calculator demonstrated a significant (p < 0.05) area under the ROC curve for early, intermediate and late preeclampsia. The best risk cut-off values were defined as 2.1% for early, 2.5% for intermediate and 3.5% for late preeclampsia. The first trimester US plus the FMF On-Line Risk Calculator tool was useful and applicable when assessing the risk for preeclampsia in a specific pregnant Brazilian population.
Semi-Quantitative Histological Analysis of the Effect of Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) and Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Intradermic Injection on Fibroblast and Collagen Proliferation in the Skin of Wistar Rats  [PDF]
Tamara Lemos Maia-Figueiró, Alexandre Nakao Odashiro, Giovanna Padoa de Menezes, Lilian Rezende Coelho, Ili Breda, Bruno Areco de Souza, Ernesto Antonio Figueiró-Filho
Journal of Cosmetics, Dermatological Sciences and Applications (JCDSA) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jcdsa.2012.23032
Abstract: Background: In recent years, so-called “non-ablative rejuvenation” has been carried out with the use of lasers or intense pulsed light (IPL) to stimulate collagen production by dermal fibroblasts. Intradermal infusion of CO2 stimulates fibroblasts and the synthesis of collagen and elastin, contributing to the retraction of the skin and tissue rejuvenation. Objectives: To evaluate the effects of IPL and the intradermal infusion of CO2 on fibroblast proliferation and collagen in the skin of female rats. Methods: Sixteen adult female Wistar rats were divided into two groups of eight animals. Group 1 underwent IPL and group 2 underwent intradermal CO2 infusion. There was a total of 8 weeks of treatment. We conducted a punch in each animal before any procedure (T0), another punch in the middle of treatment at 4 weeks post-procedure (T1) and a punch at the end of treatment at 8 weeks post-procedure (T2). The cells involved in inflammation, fibrosis and vascularization of the injured tissue by histopathology were analyzed. Results: There was statistically significant fibroblast proliferation and collagen proliferation noted when analyzing all 16 animals together and also when considering the two study groups separately. In both groups, the greatest proliferation of fibroblasts coincided with periods of increased collagen production. Conclusion: Both IPL and intradermal CO2 infusion stimulated fibroblast and collagen proliferation in the skin of the rats studied.
Choques transitórios em variáveis econ?micas
Figueirêdo, Erik Alencar de;Leite Filho, Paulo Amilton Maia;
Economia Aplicada , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-80502005000400006
Abstract: this study aims to test the existence of near unit roots and local persistence in several important variables of economic models (product market, ccapm and black-scholes' formula). it is argued that the rejection of the unit root hypothesis will not necessarily imply in accepting a stationary and ergodic behavior for the time series. in order to do that, the near unit root model developed by phillips, moon and xiao (2001) was selected and an estimation strategy was used. such strategy is described as follows: a) the df-gls test, suggested by elliott, rothenberg and stock (1996); b) optimal selection of lags used by ng and perron (2001); c) the non parametric correction for terms of perturbation non i.i.d., from the kernel smoothing. the empirical results show, for some series, a characterization of the dgp from the local persistence.
Associa??o entre abortamentos recorrentes, perdas fetais, pré-eclampsia grave e trombofilias hereditárias e anticorpos antifosfolípides em mulheres do Brasil Central
Figueiró-Filho, Ernesto Antonio;Oliveira, Vanessa Marcon de;
Revista Brasileira de Ginecologia e Obstetrícia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-72032007001100003
Abstract: purpose: to verify the association of abortion, recurrent fetal loss, miscarriage and severe pre-eclampsia with the presence of hereditary thrombophilias and antiphospholipid antibodies in pregnant women. methods: observational and transverse study of 48 pregnant women with past medical record of miscarriage, repeated abortion and fetal loss story (ab group) and severe pre-eclampsia (pe group), attended to in the high risk pregnancy ambulatory of the faculdade de medicina (famed) from the universidade federal de mato grosso do sul (ufms) from november 2006 to july 2007. the pregnant women of both groups were screened for the presence of antiphospholipid antibodies (anticardiolipin igg and igm, lupic anticoagulant and anti-b2-glycoprotein i) and hereditary thrombophilias (protein c and s deficiency, antithrombin deficiency, hyperhomocysteinemia and factor v leiden mutation). the laboratorial screening was performed during the pregnancy. the parametric data (maternal age and parity) were analyzed with student?s t test. the non-parametric data (presence/absence of hereditary thrombophilias and antiphospholipid antibodies, presence/absence of pre-eclampsia, fetal loss, miscarriage and repeated abortion) were analyzed with fisher?s exact test in contingency tables. it was considered significant the association with p value <0.05. results: out of the 48 pregnant women, 31 (65%) were included in ab group and 17 (35%) in pe group. there was no significant difference between maternal age and parity within the groups. there was significant statistical association between recurrent fetal loss, recurrent abortions and previous miscarriages and maternal hereditary thrombophilias (p<0.05). there was no statistical association between the ab group and the presence of antiphospholipid antibodies. neither there were associations of the pe group with maternal hereditary thrombophilias and the presence of antiphospholipid antibodies. conclusions: the data obtained suggest routine labo
Uso adequado de casa-de-vegeta??o e de telados na experimenta??o agrícola
Beltr?o, Napole?o E. de M.;Fideles Filho, José;Figueirêdo, Ivana C. de M.;
Revista Brasileira de Engenharia Agrícola e Ambiental , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-43662002000300029
Abstract: this paper reviews the main factors affecting the use of greenhouses in agricultural experimentation. the effects of water quality, air temperature and solar irradiance are discussed along with size, placement and color of pots/recipients and use of water in irrigation. green screen should be avoided in greenhouses as they reflect the green light while absorbing the photosynthetically active red light. all the pots/recipients must be of the same color and size.
Efeito diabetogênico das drogas anti-retrovirais em ratas Wistar prenhes
Figueiró-Filho, Ernesto Antonio;Duarte, Geraldo;El Beitune, Patrícia;Quintana, Silvana Maria;Marcolin, Alessandra Cristina;
Revista Brasileira de Ginecologia e Obstetrícia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-72032004000100005
Abstract: purpose: to experimentally evaluate the diabetogenic effects of antiretroviral drugs on pregnant wistar rats and the perinatal effects on the offspring. methods: adult female pregnant wistar rats weighing 200-230 g were used. the antiretroviral drugs zidovudine (zdv), lamivudine (3tc) and nelfinavir (nfv) were used alone and in association at daily doses of ten times the dose normally used in pregnant women, proportionally to the animal's body weight. seven groups were studied, including the control. the experiment started on day 0 of pregnancy and the pregnant animals were sacrificed on day 21. the fetuses were counted and weighed. blood determinations of glucose, insulin, glucagon and lactate were performed on day 21. the retroperitoneal adipose tissue was weighed. data were analyzed statistically by student's t-test. results: the groups treated with 3tc, zdv + 3tc and zdv + 3tc + nfv showed decreasing values of maternal daily body weight gain, retroperitoneal adipose tissue weight and weight of fetuses (control group: 6.2 g; 3tc group variation: 4.1-5.6 g). the serum lactate levels were also decreased when compared to the control in these groups (control group: 5.8 mmol/ml; 3tc group variations: 3.2-3.7 mmol/ml). all antiretroviral-treated groups showed a decreasing number of fetuses when compared to the control (control group: 14.7; drug group variation: 11.1-12.7). all treated groups also showed decreasing serum values of insulin (control group: 6.2 μiu/ml; drug group variation: 2.1 to 2.7 μiu/ml) and increasing serum levels of glucagon when compared to the control (control group: 88.2 pg/ml; drug group variation: 99.7 to 120.7 pg/ml). there was no statistical significance of glucose levels when comparing treated groups to the control. conclusions: the antiretroviral drugs interfered in carbohydrate metabolism of pregnant rats and reduced the number of fetuses. 3tc caused less maternal body weight gain, decreased fetus weight and lactate and insulin levels and
Marcadores séricos de trombofilias hereditárias e anticorpos antifosfolípides em gestantes com antecedentes de pré-eclampsia grave
Figueiró-Filho, Ernesto Antonio;Oliveira, Vanessa Marcon de;Coelho, Lílian Rezende;Breda, Ili;
Revista Brasileira de Ginecologia e Obstetrícia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-72032012000100008
Abstract: purpose: to determine the frequency and the association of serum markers for inherited and acquired thrombophilias in pregnant women with a history of severe pre-eclampsia in previous pregnancies. methods: case-control study consisting of 81 pregnant women with a history of severe pre-eclampsia in previous pregnancies (study group) and 32 women with no history of severe pre-eclampsia in previous pregnancies (control group). the presence of inherited thrombophilia and antiphospholipid antibodies was screened in both groups. we used the chi-square test with yates correction to assess associations and calculate the relative risks. results: the presence of thrombophilia was detected in 60.0% of patients with a previous history of pre-eclampsia and in 6.0% of the control patients. a significant association was found between pre-eclampsia in a previous pregnancy and the presence of markers for hereditary thrombophilia/antiphospholipid antibodies (p<0.05). the relative risk to develop pre-eclampsia was found to be 1.57 (1.34
Efetividade de três esquemas com sulfato ferroso para tratamento de anemia em gestantes
Souza,Ariani Impieri de; Batista Filho,Malaquias; Ferreira,Luiz Oscar Cardoso; Figueir?a,José Natal;
Revista Panamericana de Salud Pública , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1020-49892004000500005
Abstract: objective: to evaluate the effectiveness of three regimens employing ferrous sulfate to treat pregnant women with anemia. methods: the study was carried out at the women's health center of the pernambuco institute of maternal and child health in the city of recife, pernambuco, brazil, from may 2000 to december 2001. a randomized clinical trial with blinded laboratory analysis was conducted. iron (60 mg) was administered as 300-mg ferrous sulfate tablets. the women were allocated to three treatment groups, according to the frequency of ingesting the tablets: once a week (48 women), twice a week (53 women), and once a day (49 women). the groups were compared for the values for hemoglobin (hb) concentration, mean corpuscular volume, and ferritin before and after the treatment. results: before the intervention, the groups were homogeneous. they had the following mean (± standard deviation) concentrations of hemoglobin: 10.2 ± 0.5 g/dl for the group receiving iron once a week, 10.2 ± 0.6 g/dl for the group receiving iron twice a week, and 10.1 ± 0.6 g/dl for the group receiving iron once a day. the means of corpuscular volume were, respectively: 88.5 ± 5.0 fl, 87.6 ± 5.9 fl, and 88.7 ± 5.1 fl. the respective medians for ferritin were 30.2 ng/ml, 37.1 ng/ml, and 52.9 ng/ml. the cure rate (hb > 11 g/dl) was 27% in the patients treated once a week, 34% in those treated twice a week, and 47% in the women treated daily. treatment failure (hemoglobin < 10 g/dl) was seen in 41.6%, 13.2%, and 2.0% of the patients in the respective groups. interruption of treatment due to diarrhea or epigastric pain occurred only among the patients treated daily. conclusion: the regimen with iron administered daily is still the best option for treating anemia. however, treatment with ferrous sulfate administered twice a week is an alternative for patients who are unable to adhere to daily treatment.
HIV-1: maternal prognosis
El Beitune, Patrícia;Duarte, Geraldo;Quintana, Silvana Maria;Figueiró-Filho, Ernesto Ant?nio;
Revista do Hospital das Clínicas , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0041-87812004000100005
Abstract: profound modifications in the profile of patients are currently being observed within the epidemic context of aids, especially with respect to pauperization and feminization of the disease. the population most frequently affected is in the reproductive age, and among adults aged 18 to 24 years, the ratio is 1 man to 1 woman, a phenomenon occurring uniformly all over the world. one of the main challenges for hiv-1-infected pregnant women and their doctors is the effect of the interaction between hiv infection and pregnancy. the present article is a review of the literature; and its objective is to assess the influence of hiv-1 infection seen from the maternal perspective, with a discussion of immunologic function, maternal prognosis, and the hiv-abortion interface. at present, we cannot conclude that pregnancy has a short-term effect on the evolution of hiv infection, but the concomitance of hiv and pregnancy may adversely affect the prognosis of gestation, especially in view of its frequent association with increased abortion and puerperal morbidity rates.
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