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Cancer, woman and sexuality: a historic way reference symbol by impact and challenges
Grayce Alencar Albuquerque,Marcelo Alves De Oliveira,Evanira Rodrigues Maia
Revista Saúde.Com , 2010,
Abstract: The cancer appears in a man’s life as na agressive patology, reing-echo negative at every their spheres, especially above the sexuality female, already sensetized historically for your sort’s relations. Thus, at this crucial moment the sexual upheavals are lived deeply, the emotional alterations, the corporal disfiguraments, the social isolamentos and affective, at last, to break of this conjuncture, interioriza it low auto-they esteem staff. In this way, this literary revision had as objective to disclose, from diverse literary compositions that approached the thematic one, the real historical trajectory of the cancer associated with the feminine sex, mainly reing-echo on its sexuality, until the current days. This is a reality that deserves special attention, a time that the displayed data, are important to inquire the dimension of the impact caused for the cancer in the feminine sex that with certainty, will serve as base for elaboration of strategies for the confrontation of such pathology.
Sexual Diversity and Homophobia in Health Care Services: Perceptions of Homosexual and Bisexual Population in the Cross-Cultural Theory  [PDF]
Grayce Alencar Albuquerque, Glauberto da Silva Quirino, Francisco Winter dos Santos Figueiredo, Laércio da Silva Paiva, Luiz Carlos de Abreu, Vitor Engrácia Valenti, Vania Barbosa do Nascimento, Erika da Silva Maciel, Fernando Rodrigues Peixoto Quaresma, Fernando Adami
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2016.66049
Abstract: The provision of care by health professionals seems to be related to cultural patterns in which these workers are inserted. The relationship between culture and care becomes a challenge for the provision of health care to homosexual and bisexual population. Thus, this study aimed to identify the perception of Gays, Lesbians, Bisexuals and Transgenders in relation to the care received from health professionals, in the light of Cross-Cultural Theory. This is a qualitative, ethnographic study, conducted with 30 members of sexual minorities in Juazeiro do Norte, Brazil. The data analysis lead to the elaboration of five categories based on of the Theory of Cultural Care Diversity and Universality. The participants emphasized the constant violation of their rights to universal and equitable access to the National Health System, stating that they have suffered from prejudice and exclusion, as result of a heteronormative culture. They highlighted that homophobia and dehumanization of care have a strong relation to sexual orientation. The transvestites are the most prone to humiliation and pejorative attitudes of professionals and such condition is a barrier to accessing services.
Vivenciando o processo de municipaliza??o do SUS no município de Juazeiro do Norte (CE)
Coriolano,Maria Wanderleya de Lavor; Albuquerque,Grayce Alencar; Araújo,Natércia de Sousa; Oliveira,Marcelo Alves de; Lima,Marinus de Moraes;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232010000500019
Abstract: the reorganization of the brazilian health system, the principle of the decentralization and municipalization of the health services has demanded a deeper knowledge about its reality for people's quality of life. the aim of this study is to observe the organizational strategies of the health care in the city of juazeiro do norte, located in the state of ceará, through a descriptive field research, with a quantitative-qualitative approach, extracting indicators of the life conditions of populations and semi-structured interviews held with main management demands on the field of sus. the results proved a reality similar to most brazilian towns, marked by the lack of recourses in the sector, health problems of different complexities to resolve, demonstrating a reality with certain details, such as: the existence of a big migration population assisted by the health system. thus, it is necessary to analyze sus with further objectivity, by understanding it as a process in permanent construction, taking into account the several difficulties to be faced.
Estimativas de parametros genéticos para características de crescimento em bovinos da ra?a Canchim utilizando modelos de dimens?o finita
Baldi, Fernando;Alencar, Mauricio Mello de;Albuquerque, Lucia Galv?o de;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982010001100013
Abstract: the objectives of this work were to evaluate different models, regarded to considered maternal effects, for growth traits and to estimate genetic parameters for these traits in canchim breed bovine, by one, two and multitrait analyses. the weight traits at birth, at weaning, standardized weight for 12, 18, 24 and 30 months of age in males and females, and mature female weight were analyzed using four models with random effects added in sequence. maternal effects influenced birth weight at 2 years of age and weaning weight was the most affected by maternal effects. direct heritability estimates obtained by two- and multitrait analyses were higher than those obtained through one-trait analyses. estimates of direct genetic effect heritability obtained using multi-trait analyses were 0.39 for weight at birth; 0.31 for weight at weaning; 0.29 for weight at 12 months of age; 0.28 for weight at 18 months of age; 0.26 for weight at 24 months of age; 0.30 for weight at 30 months of age and 0.38 for weight at mature age. genetic correlations estimated among weights at early ages and mature weight were high, above 0.79. selection based on growth traits at any age can promote intermediate genetic gains on the body weight of canchim breed animals at all standard ages, including weight at birth and at mature age of females. it is important to consider in the analyses the weights previous to selection to estimate genetic parameters for weights after selection. multitrait analyses is the best indicated.
Sympathetic overactivity and arrhythmias in tetanus: electrocardiographic analysis
Henriques Filho, Gustavo Trindade;Lacerda, Heloisa Ramos;Albuquerque, Afonso;Ximenes, Ricardo Arraes de Alencar;
Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de S?o Paulo , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0036-46652007000100004
Abstract: as a result of the advances in the control of pulmonary insufficiency in tetanus, the cardiovascular system has increasingly been shown to be a determining factor in morbidity and mortality but detailed knowledge of the cardiovascular complications in tetanus is scanty. the 24h-holter was carried out in order to detect arrhythmias and sympathetic overactivity in 38 tetanus patients admitted to an icu. the sdnn index (standard deviation from the normal r-to-r intervals), was useful in detecting adrenergic tonus, and ranged from 64.1 ± 27 in the more severe forms of tetanus to 125 ± 69 in the milder ones. sympathetic overactivity occurred in 86.2% of the more severe forms of the disease, but was also detected in 33% of the milder forms. half the patients had their sympathetic overactivity detected only by the holter. the most frequent arrhythmias were isolated supraventricular (55.2%) and ventricular (39.4%) extrasystoles. there was no association of the arrhythmias with the clinical form of tetanus or with the presence of sympathetic overactivity. the present study demonstrated that major cardiovascular dysfunction, particularly sympathetic overactivity, occurs in all forms of tetanus, even in the milder ones. this has not been effectively detected with traditional monitoring in icu and may not be properly treated.
Síndrome de reiter: relato de caso
Sousa Ana Elisabete Sim?es de,Gurgel Aldejane,Sousa Juliana Albuquerque de,Alencar Eliane
Anais Brasileiros de Dermatologia , 2003,
Abstract: Relato de um caso de síndrome de Reiter em paciente jovem, do sexo masculino, com les es dermatológicas típicas e achado positivo para o antígeno do complexo de histocompatibilidade HLA-B27. O quadro surgiu após infec o intestinal por Salmonella enteritidis, evoluindo com melhora após utiliza o de tetraciclina, prednisona e indometacina. Episódio recidivante foi tratado com metotrexato. é feita uma revis o da literatura, abordando os aspectos clínicos, laboratoriais, etiológicos e fisiopatogênicos dessa síndrome.
Modifica??es topográficas da jun??o uretrovesical e da uretra proximal após cirurgia combinada de Marshall-Marchetti-Krantz e Burch
Alencar, Arinaldo Vasconcelos de;Brandt, Frederico Teixeira;Costa, Hélio de Lima Ferreira Fernandes;Albuquerque, Carla Daisy;Costa, Rosangela Falc?o da;Alencar, Saulo Barbosa Vasconcelos de;
Revista Brasileira de Ginecologia e Obstetrícia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-72032009000800004
Abstract: purpose: to study the changes in the urethrovesical junction (uvj) and in the proximal urethra (pu) caused by the marshall-marchetti-krantz-burch (mmk-b) combined surgery through perineal ultrasonography. methods: an interventional, longitudinal and prospective study has been conducted. thirty-two women with stress urinary incontinence were submitted to perineal ultrasonography before and 30 days after surgery to evaluate the pubo-urethral distance (pud), the proximal urethra length, the uvj horizontal distance (uvjhd) and the uvj vertical distance (uvjvd), the patient being at rest, and in effort during the valsava manoeuvre. results have been expressed in mean and standard deviation. the student's t-test has been used to compare pre and postoperative results whenever the variables fulfilled the normality test criterion; otherwise, the wilcoxon's paired test has been used. results: as compared with the preoperative measures, the marshall-marchetti-krantz-burch surgery has reduced the pud at rest (14 mm x 4.3 mm) and during effort (20.8 mm x 6.4 mm); has reduced the uvjhd at rest (14 mm x 4.3 mm) and during effort (20.8 mm x 6.4 mm); has increased the pu length at rest (16.7 mm x 19.7 mm) and during effort (1.6 mm x 15.4 mm); and has increased uvjvd during effort (-5.4 mm x 14.8 mm), but has not changed it at rest (16.2 mm x 18.7 mm, p = 0.085). conclusions: the marshall-marchetti-krantz-burch surgery has significantly reduced the urethrovesical junction vertical and horizontal mobility without raising the urethrovesical junction.
Can the Apparency Hypothesis explain the selection of medicinal plants in an area of caatinga vegetation? A chemical perspective
Alencar, Nélson Leal;Araújo, Thiago Antonio de Sousa;Amorim, Elba Lúcia Cavalcanti de;Albuquerque, Ulysses Paulino de;
Acta Botanica Brasilica , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-33062009000300033
Abstract: this scientific note examines the ability of the apparency hypothesis to explain the selection of medicinal plants by members of a rural community located in the caatinga dryland region of pernambuco state. a total of 61 plants considered to be medicinal were examined phytochemically to test the premises of this hypothesis. it was concluded that apparency does not completely explain our findings.
Ultrassonografia uretrovesical como método eficaz de avalia??o dos parametros prognósticos de tratamento cirúrgico da incontinência urinária de esfor?o
Brandt, Frederico Teixeira;Almeida, Risomar Belarmino;Alencar, Arinaldo Vasconcelos de;Albuquerque, Carla Daisy Costa;Machado Junior, Agostinho de Sousa;
Radiologia Brasileira , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-39842009000300009
Abstract: objective: to compare sonographic parameters related to the urethrovesical junction and proximal urethra in cured and not cured patients surgically treated with the burch technique, for establishing a possible correlation with prognostic factors. materials and methods: thirty female patients were selected and divided into two groups: 15 patients considered as clinically cured and 15 not cured. the patients were submitted to preoperative transvulvar ultrasonography, with the examination being repeated at the 30th and 180th postoperative days. results: at the preoperative examination, the proximal urethra displacement was largest in the cured patients (15.87 ± 4.55 mm × 12.47 ± 3.52 mm - p < 0.05). at the postoperative examination, with strain, the vertical distance of the urethrovesical junction and the proximal urethra were largest in the cured patients (12.87 ± 5.80 mm × 5.13 ± 6.55 mm - p < 0.01; and 13.07 ± 6.44 mm × 6.20 ± 6.14 mm - p < 0.01), and the vertical displacement of the urethrovesical junction and proximal urethra was largest in the not cured patients (8.47 ± 3.98 mm × 5.13 ± 2.36 mm - p < 0.001; and 8.33 ± 4.54 mm × 5.20 ± 2.90 mm - p < 0.05). conclusion: ultrasonography of the urethrovesical junction and proximal urethra can be considered as an effective method for evaluating prognostic parameters in the surgical management of women with stress urinary incontinence.
Intera??o genótipo-ambiente em cruzamentos de bovinos de corte
Teixeira, Rodrigo de Almeida;Albuquerque, Lucia Galv?o de;Alencar, Maurício Mello de;Dias, Laila Talarico;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982006000600014
Abstract: data from hereford and nelore breeds and their crosses were used to estimate the effect of genotype and environment interaction on weaning and yearling weights. the statistical analyses were performed by the least-squares method using models that included region, contemporary group within region, month of birth and sex of the calf, linear and quadratic effects of age of the calf and age of the cow, both nested within sex, and the genetic group and genetic group × region interaction effects. in general, genetic groups were influenced by the region effect. differences in performance between regions decreased as the proportional contribution of zebu increased. all genotypes increased performance in the less restrictive environment. crossbreeding systems should consider keeping fitness of dams and their products to environmental conditions.
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