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Revisitando o desmame precoce através de recortes da história
Ichisato, Sueli Mutsumi Tsukuda;Shimo, Antonieta Keiko Kakuda;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692002000400016
Abstract: basic health actions require strategies towards awareness development concerning the importance of breastfeeding, particuarly aiming at the reduction of child morbi-mortality the history of breastfeeding presents a gap of information about how people have dealt with early weanin. this study aimed at revisiting early weaning the historical analysis of breastfeeding. the literture review methodology was used. the samples consisted of books, monographs, theses, dissertations, texts published in scientific journals and scientific articles obtained through the internet in the period of 1978 to 1998. these sources portray stories from mythological times up to this day. the review pointed out that weaning is socially and culturally constructed and determined and that, in order to maintain breastfeeding, women require not only social and family support, but also governmental support.
Percep??o da família quanto à doen?a e ao cuidado fisioterapêutico de pessoas com paralisia cerebral
Mello, Raquel;Ichisato, Sueli Mutsumi Tsukuda;Marcon, Sonia Silva;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672012000100015
Abstract: the study aimed to know the perception of the family on the disease and physiotherapeutic care of individuals with cerebral palsy. data was collected through semi-structured interview with 24 caretakers of children with cerebral palsy who are assisted at the apae of guarapuava -pr. the results showed that half of the children were quadriplegic and aphasic and that most of them presented dependence of care on their daily life activities. the mothers / caretakers revealed do not know the base pathology, as well as the physiotherapeutic treatment that is accomplished for their children in the institution. it is concluded that there is a need of strategies to promote more interaction between family and health professionals, making possible the caretaker to better participate on the treatment, and consequently, to learn and put into practice beneficial activities for the child.
ALEITAMENTO MATERNO E AS CREN?AS ALIMENTARES
Ichisato, Sueli Mutsumi Tsukuda;Shimo, Antonieta Keiko Kakuda;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692001000500011
Abstract: hypogalactia has been one of the reasons that lead mothers to early weaning. beliefs and taboos influence breastfeeding during lactation. this study aims at identifying regional lactagogues used as a support to breastfeeding based on taboos and beliefs. it is a case report which uses prose analysis(12). the findings show that feeding oneself with certain types of food or not, having experienced breastfeeding, beliefs transmitted by family members and physicians and the child's growth and development were factors which stimulated breastfeeding.
ALEITAMENTO MATERNO E AS CREN AS ALIMENTARES
Ichisato Sueli Mutsumi Tsukuda,Shimo Antonieta Keiko Kakuda
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2001,
Abstract: A hipogalactia tem levado ao desmame precoce. As cren as e os tabus influenciam a alimenta o materna durante a lacta o. O presente estudo tem como objetivo identificar lactogogos regionais utilizados como suporte do aleitamento materno (AM), pautados nos tabus e cren as. Trata-se de um estudo de caso utilizando a análise de prosa(12). Alimentar-se ou n o de certos alimentos, ter vivenciado a amamenta o, as cren as transmitidas por familiares e médicos, crescimento e desenvolvimento da crian a foram os fatores que estimularam o AM na nossa pesquisa
Revisitando o desmame precoce através de recortes da história
Ichisato Sueli Mutsumi Tsukuda,Shimo Antonieta Keiko Kakuda
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2002,
Abstract: A a o básica de saúde requer estratégia direcionada quanto à tomada de consciência da importancia do aleitamento materno, principalmente para redu o da morbi-mortalidade infantil. A história da amamenta o mostra um hiato sobre como os povos lidaram com o desmame precoce. Objetiva-se, neste estudo, revisitar o desmame precoce através de recortes históricos. A revis o bibliográfica foi a estratégia utilizada para este estudo. A amostra constou de livros, monografias, teses, disserta es, textos publicados em revistas científicas e artigos captados via Internet, no período de 1978 a 1998, os quais retratam histórias desde a época mitológica até os séculos atuais. A revis o apontou que o desmame é sócio-culturalmente construído e determinado e que a mulher, para manter o aleitamento materno, necessita n o só de suporte/apoio familiar e social, mas também governamental.
Pregnant women's awareness of sensitivity to cold (hiesho) and body temperature observational study: A comparison of Japanese and Brazilian women
Sachiyo Nakamura, Sueli MT Ichisato, Shigeko Horiuchi, Taeko Mori, Masako Momoi
BMC Research Notes , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/1756-0500-4-278
Abstract: The subjects of this study were 230 pregnant Japanese women living in Japan and 200 pregnant Brazilian women living in Brazil. Data was collected in June/July and November 2005 in Japan and from October 2007 to February 2008 in Brazil. The survey methods consisted of measurement of deep body temperatures and questionnaires.67.0% of Japanese women and 57.0% of Brazilian women were aware of hiesho, which showed a significant difference between the Japanese and Brazilian women (p = 0.034). The difference between forehead and sole temperatures was 2.0°C among Japanese and 2.8°C among Brazilians in June-July (p = 0.01). But in November the difference between those temperatures was 5.2°C among Japanese and 2.8°C among Brazilians (p < 0.001).There are differences between Japanese and Brazilians both in awareness of hiesho and in body temperatures.Hiesho, the Japanese word for "sensitivity to cold," is a serious health problem in Japan, adversely affecting over 50% of Japanese women [1-4]. Oriental medicine holds that "hiesho lies at the root of all ailments," causing all types of illnesses, and that it is a condition that should be treated [5]. In the research of Miyamoto et al., Japanese women experienced cold hands and feet even during the summer, and this phenomenon was reported to be significantly higher among those who were aware of hiesho[6]. Despite the fact that hiesho is a well-known concept in Japan and throughout Asia, even major medical textbooks in the West make no mention of hiesho [7,8].Nakamura [9] used Rodger's concept analysis to clarify the definition of hiesho, and three attributes of the concept "hiesho" were identified. Accordingly, hiesho was defined as a state where there exists a difference between core body temperature and peripheral temperature, and slow recovery of the peripheral temperature in a warm environment, with the subject usually having an awareness of hiesho. However, most of the articles dealing with hiesho she found for the analysis
Difference in Surface Roughness of Ethylene-Vinyl-Acetate Sheet before and after Application of Finishing Liquid  [PDF]
Mutsumi Takahashi, Yogetsu Bando
Materials Sciences and Applications (MSA) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/msa.2018.913071
Abstract: Surface texture of the mouthguard affects the sense of adaptation in the athlete and further affects hygiene. Therefore, finish polishing is extremely important. The aim of this study was to investigate the difference in the surface roughness after finishing polishing of ethylene-vinyl-acetate (EVA) sheets and after application of the finishing liquid, and to evaluate its effectiveness. Total of 48 specimens of EVA (3 × 3 mm) were divided into 4 groups according to polishing condition (control = unpolished; condition A = Robinson-brush; condition B = Lisko-Fine, and condition C = Mouthguard-wheel). Polishing was performed at low speed by using a straight headpiece. The rotation speeds were 5000, 4000 and 6000 rpm for condition A, B, and C, respectively. Next, a finishing liquid was applied to each specimen. For application, a cotton swab was used, and it was applied by three reciprocations. A non-contact surface shape measuring machine was used for measuring surface roughness; the measurement range is 1.65 mm and the resolution is 0.01 nm. The arithmetic average height (Sa) was measured. The differences in the surface roughness before and 15 min after the application of the finishing liquid were analyzed by two-way analysis of variance and Bonferroni’s multiple comparison tests. Surface roughness of the specimen before application became coarse in the order of control, condition C, B and A, and Sa was about 0.20, 1.98, 2.92, and 4.71 μm, respectively. The degree of reduction in roughness was about 1.0 μm or more than each polished state in conditions A and B. Condition C was not significantly different before and after application. No significant difference was observed between condition B and C after application. The results of this study showed that the surface roughness decreased due to the application of the finishing liquid when the surface roughness after finish polishing was about 2.0 μm or more.
Influence of Continuous Use of a Vacuum-Forming Machine for Mouthguard Thickness after Thermoforming: Effect of the Time Interval between Repeat Moldings  [PDF]
Mutsumi Takahashi, Yogetsu Bando
Materials Sciences and Applications (MSA) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/msa.2019.104022
Abstract: Mouthguards can reduce the risk of sports-related injuries, but the sheet material and thickness have a large effect on their efficacy and safety. This study was intended to predict the changes in thickness of molded products by clarifying the effect of the time interval between repeat moldings during the continuous use of a vacuum-forming machine. Ethylene vinyl acetate mouthguard sheets were used for thermoforming with a vacuum-forming machine. The working model was trimmed to a height of 23 mm at the maxillary central incisor and 20 mm at maxillary first molar. Five molding conditions were investigated: 1) molding was carried out after the sag at the center of the softened sheet was 15 mm (control); 2) sheet heating was started 5 min after the molding of the control (AF5-Re1); 3) sheet heating started 5 min after the molding of AF5-Re1 (AF5-Re2); 4) sheet heating started 10 min after the molding of the control (AF10-Re1); and 5) sheet heating started 10 min after the molding of AF10-Re1 (AF10-Re2). Sheet thickness after fabrication was determined for the incisal edge, labial surface, cusp, and buccal surface using a special caliper accurate to 0.1 mm. Thickness differences of the molding conditions were analyzed by two-way analysis of variance. Significant differences between the control and AF5-Re1 were observed at all measurement points (p < 0.01), but not between the control and AF10-Re1. AF10-Re2 became thinner than AF10-Re1 (p < 0.01). Reproducible molding results were obtained by waiting 10 min between the first and second moldings, but the third molded mouthguard was significantly thinner, despite this 10 min wait interval.
Isomorphism classes of A-hypergeometric systems
Mutsumi Saito
Mathematics , 1999,
Abstract: For a finite set A of integral vectors, Gel'fand, Kapranov and Zelevinskii defined a system of differential equations with a parameter vector as a D-module, which system is called an A-hypergeometric (or a GKZ hypergeometric) system. Classifying the parameters according to the D-isomorphism classes of their corresponding A-hypergeometric systems is one of the most fundamental problems in the theory. In this paper we give a combinatorial answer for the problem under the assumption that the finite set A lies in a hyperplane off the origin, and illustrate it in two particularly simple cases: the normal case and the monomial curve case.
Logarithm-free A-hypergeometric series
Mutsumi Saito
Mathematics , 2000,
Abstract: We give a dimension formula for the space of logarithm-free series solutions to an A-hypergeometric (or a GKZ hypergeometric) system. In the case where the convex hull spanned by A is a simplex, we give a rank formula for the system, characterize the exceptional set, and prove the equivalence of the Cohen-Macaulayness of the toric variety defined by A with the emptiness of the exceptional set. Furthermore we classify A-hypergeometric systems as analytic D-modules.
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