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Velhice e a rela??o com idosos: o olhar de adolescentes do ensino fundamental
Gvozd, Raquel;Dellaroza, Mara Solange Gomes;
Revista Brasileira de Geriatria e Gerontologia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1809-98232012000200012
Abstract: objective: analyze the viewpoint of 6th grade students in a public school in northern paraná state about aging. methods: a sectional study was conducted, individual, observational, transverse; data was collected through self-administered questionnaires at school. results: 87% of the teenagers reported having already lived with elderly people (70,7%); 88,5% considered it positive and 11,5% evaluated in a different way, none of the participants considered as negative the quality of living with elderly people. many young people have positive perceptions about aging and that negative perceptions exist, but these are less frequently. the notice about aging was analyzed carrying out the association with those variables: sex, scholarship of the head of the family and the living with elderly people. gender and coping with elderly may be associated with some viewpoits, not being possible, however, to provide positive or negative trends. conclusion: we hope this study can help the educator make an approach on aging based on concepts, perceptions and experiences in the universe of adolescent and young people, building or strengthening positive conceptions about aging.
Simulation of BPM and DC-monitor assembly for the NESTOR storage ring by CST Studio Suite
V. P. Androsov,A. M. Gvozd,Yu. N. Telegin
Physics , 2012,
Abstract: The piece of NESTOR vacuum chamber with the ceramic insertion for DC-monitor and RF-shields was simulated by using both transient and wake field solvers of CST Studio Suite. For a 6 mm gap between two RF-shields the contributions of the assembly considered to the longitudinal broadband (BB) impedance Z/n and the loss factor kloss are 0.71 Ohm and 0.21 V/pC, correspondingly. These estimates are the second largest after those of the RF-cavity that were obtained till now for the NESTOR ring components. Contributions from a beam position monitor (BPM) are also obtained by simulation and compared with analytical estimates obtained earlier. We also present in the paper the frequency content of longitudinal impedance in the frequency range from 0 to 16 GHz for all ring components considered.
Broadband impedance of the NESTOR storage ring
V. P. Androsov,P. I. Gladkikh,A. M. Gvozd,I. M. Karnaukhov,Yu. N. Telegin
Physics , 2010,
Abstract: We have estimated contributions from the lossy and inductive vacuum chamber omponents to the broadband impedance of the NESTOR storage ring by using analytical formulas. As was expected considering the small ring circumference (15.44m), the main contributions both to the longitudinal impedance Z/n and the loss factor k come from the RF-cavity. Cavity impedance was also estimated with CST Microwave Studio (CST Studio Suite{TM} 2006) by simulating coaxial wire method commonly used for impedance measurements. Both estimates agree well. The upper limit of impedance of elliptic holes in the vacuum chamber of dipole magnet were also obtained with this approach. We have also evaluated the bunch length in NESTOR taking the conservative estimate of 3 Ohm for the ring broadband impedance and have found that the bunch length sigma_z= 0.5 cm could be obtained for the designed bunch current of 10 mA and RF-voltage of 250 kV.
Grau de dependência de cuidado: pacientes internados em hospital de alta complexidade
Gvozd, Raquel;Oliveira, William Tiago de;Jenal, Sabine;Vannuchi, Marli Terezinha Oliveira;Haddad, Maria do Carmo Louren?o;Fortes, Fernanda Cristina;
Escola Anna Nery , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-81452012000400019
Abstract: a descriptive cross-sectional study with a quantitative approach, which aimed to categorize the patients treated in the admission unit at a tertiary hospital, regarding the care complexity and the degree of dependence. the instrument used covers twelve areas of care, and classifies patients into the following categories: intensive care, semi-intensive, high dependency, intermediate and minimum. it was observed that 68% were male and 32% female, mid age of 51.97 years old, 34.9% of patients were confined to bed and 32.8% had limitation of movement, 44, 8% showed the presence of continuous flow on the skin involving subcutaneous tissue and muscle, 29.9% required high dependency care. the study showed a lack of icu (intensive care unit) beds, the necessity for restructuring the health network. patients requiring intensive care are admitted at non-specialized units, causing extra work for the health team and causing a low quality care.
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