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Múltiples reflexiones para la comprensión del proceso salud-enfermedad
Claudia Margarita Cortés García
Revista Facultad de Medicina de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia , 2012,
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La investigación social en salud: un punto de encuentro para las ciencias sociales y las ciencias de la salud
Claudia Margarita Cortés García
Revista Facultad de Medicina de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia , 2010,
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El teatro como estrategia pedagógica para la expresión escrita
Alba Julieth Cortés García
Nómadas , 2001,
Abstract: Día a día en la cotidianidad del aula se dan diversas manifestaciones expresivas en los ni os; manifestaciones que muchas veces dejamos pasar sin detenernos a contemplar, aunque de allí podríamos rescatar todo un universo de sentimientos y pensamientos que nos posibilitarían un acercamiento al estudiante para descubrir expectativas, potencialidades, debilidades, gustos y necesidades.Diverse expressive manifestations of children occur in the day to day events in the classroom; these many times we let pass without stopping to contemplate them, even if there we could rescuel a whole universe of feelings and thoughts that would make possible an approach of the student to discover expectatives, potentialities, weaknesses, likes and dislikes, and necessities.
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) Case Report after a Caesarean Section Related to the Immune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome  [PDF]
álvaro Ramiro Ruiz, Pilar Reboto Cortés, Ignacio García Sánchez, Juan Emilio Losa, Miguel Miró Murillo, Santiago García del Valle y Manzano
Open Journal of Anesthesiology (OJAnes) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojanes.2014.48028
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During pregnancy, a cellular immunosuppressant status is produced. It is characterized by anti-inflammatory cellular responses that allow embryonic implantation. The reversal of these changes during the postpartum period may result in overt clinical manifestations of otherwise quiescent or latent infections. We present an Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) case after a caesarean section related to the Immune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome (IRIS) in a Guinean black woman. The patient was treated with large doses of corticosteroids showing a great clinical and radiological improvement.

Factors influencing the breeding density of Bearded Vultures, Egyptian Vultures and Eurasian Griffon Vultures in Catalonia (NE Spain): management implications
Margalida, A.,García, D.,Cortés–Avizanda, A.
Animal Biodiversity and Conservation , 2007,
Abstract: Using multivariate analyses we examined differences in breeding density of the Bearded Vulture Gypaetus barbatus, the Eurasian Griffon Vulture Gyps fulvus and the Egyptian Vulture Neophron percnopterus in NE Spain (Catalonia) in relation to trophic, orographic landscape and anthropic variables. Sampling units used were regional divisions (comarques). High density of Bearded Vulture was principally linked to areas with scant vegetation and low human population density. In contrast, high densities of both the Egyptian and Eurasian Griffon Vultures were associated with availability of trophic resources (sheep and goats). Positive effects were detected in relation to low density of inhabitants (Egyptian Vulture) and altitudes between 1,000-2,000 m and landscape with low tree cover (Eurasian Griffon Vulture). The Bearded Vulture seemed to be the most selective species in relation to environmental characteristics while the Eurasian Griffon and the Egyptian Vultures displayed a higher degree of ecological plasticity. Future conservation actions should bear these results in mind in order to optimise management. Food resources from extensive livestock farming, in particular, seem fundamental for the conservation of scavenger species. Preference monitoring and conservation efforts are needed in the regions with highest vulture densities (Alta Ribagor a, Pallars Jussà and Alt Urgell), while regions with low vulture populations should be managed in order to favour the geographical expansion and recolonisation of zones currently not occupied by these species. Conservation priorities should be based on favouring extensive livestock practices, and as an alternative to muladares (traditional animal carcass disposal sites) farmers should be encouraged to leave animal carcasses in the field, while ensuring compliance with health regulations.
Vivo o he vivido en México? El uso del presente simple para comunicar acciones que iniciaron en el pasado y que tienen relación con el presente
Elvia Franco García,Gabriela Cortés Sánchez
Reencuentro , 2006,
Abstract: Como maestros mexicanos de inglés como lengua extranjera, nos hemos dado cuenta de los problemas que nuestros alumnos enfrentan al usar el presente perfecto en inglés. Al respecto, atribuimos estos problemas a la transferencia del espa ol al inglés debido a que en México hay una tendencia a reemplazar el tiempo presente perfecto por el presente simple. Por lo anterior, se llevó a cabo un estudio exploratorio para corroborar si el tiempo presente perfecto está siendo sustituido por el presente simple en espa ol y, por lo tanto, afectando la producción lingüística de nuestros alumnos al usar el presente perfecto en inglés.
On a multivariate implementation of the Gibbs sampler
LA García-Cortés, D Sorensen
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1996, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-28-1-121
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Multibreed analysis by splitting the breeding values
Luis García-Cortés, Miguel Toro
Genetics Selection Evolution , 2006, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-38-6-601
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Alternative implementations of Monte Carlo EM algorithms for likelihood inferences
Louis García-Cortés, Daniel Sorensen
Genetics Selection Evolution , 2001, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-33-4-443
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Do we need biomarkers to predict the benefit of adding adjuvant taxanes for treatment of breast cancer?
José Pérez-García, Javier Cortés
Breast Cancer Research , 2012, DOI: 10.1186/bcr3093
Abstract: Gene expression profiling studies have classified breast tumors into a number of distinct intrinsic subtypes, and this has important implications for prognosis and therapy of the disease. The discovery of biomarkers that will predict responses to specific therapies is critical for advances in personalized medicine. Currently, however, there are few biomarkers employed in the clinic as predictive factors for treatment response in cases of breast cancer. In practice, only estrogen receptor (ER) and HER2 status are used. A third biomarker, the Ki67 labeling index, is a well-recognized cell proliferation marker that has been correlated with poor prognosis and higher chemosensitivity in breast cancer. However, assessment of the Ki67 index is still a matter of debate because of the lack of consensus in defining an optimal cutoff level.In the previous issue of Breast Cancer Research, Jacquemier and colleagues [1] retrospectively assessed the prognostic and predictive value of subtyping breast cancer by immunohistochemistry and other multiple biomarkers in the PACS 01 trial. In this study, 1,999 patients with node-positive breast cancer were randomly assigned to receive six cycles of fluorouracil, epirubicin, and cyclophosphamide (FEC) or a sequential regimen of three cycles of FEC followed by three cycles of docetaxel [2]. The addition of docetaxel significantly improved the 5-year rates of disease-free survival (DFS) (73.2% versus 78.4%; P = 0.012) and overall survival (86.7% versus 90.7%; P = 0.017).In the article, the expression of 34 selected proteins, which included immunohistochemical determination of the Ki67 index and status of ER, progesterone receptor (PR), and HER2 as well as the evaluation of 30 additional proteins by tissue microarrays, was centrally analyzed in 1,099 tumor samples retrospectively. The authors concluded that high Ki67 index levels, defined as at least 20% of tumor cells displaying positive nuclear staining, were associated with shorter DFS but
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