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Desenvolvendo competências em informa o para deficientes visuais: estudo de caso
Jeane do Reis Passos,Ricardo Quint?o Vieira
Revista ACB , 2008,
Abstract: [Portuguese]Estudo de usuário realizado na Biblioteca do Centro Universitário Campus Santo Amaro SENAC com foco no público deficiente visual a fim de estabelecer uma política de desenvolvimento de cole es de livros em Braille, falado e ampliado. [English]Users study by the University Center Library of Campus Santo Amaro SENAC with focus on visual deficient public to establish and politics for development book collections in Braille, audio and large print type.
PERFIL DE UTILIZACIóN DE MEDICAMENTOS ADMINISTRADOS POR SONDA ENTERAL EN EL HOSPITAL UNIVERSITARIO
do Ouro Reis,Verena Gabriela; Ferreira Candido,Márcia; Passos de Jesús,Rosangela; Sim?es Mendes-Netto,Raquel;
Revista chilena de nutrición , 2010, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-75182010000300004
Abstract: the objective of this study was to evaluate the conditions of use of medicines in patients receiving enteral nutrition at units of university hospital. the data collection was done using a structured questionnaire, based on patient's clinical files and observation of the nurse aides' routine in the period between january and april of 2009. results demonstrated that 16.7% of the patients needed a feeding tube replacement because of obstructions. approximately 52% of prescribed medicines were in solid form and at least eight medicines administered via feeding tube were recognized to be capable of drug-nutrient interaction in enteral feeding and affected at least one patient each. a conclusion can be drawn that there were prescription errors and inadequacy in techniques of administration of medicines to patients using probes of enteral nutrition.
PERFIL DE UTILIZACIóN DE MEDICAMENTOS ADMINISTRADOS POR SONDA ENTERAL EN EL HOSPITAL UNIVERSITARIO PROFILE OF THE USE OF DRUGS ADMINISTERED VIA ENTERAL FEEDING TUBE IN A UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
Verena Gabriela do Ouro Reis,Márcia Ferreira Candido,Rosangela Passos de Jesús,Raquel Sim?es Mendes-Netto
Revista Chilena de Nutricíon , 2010,
Abstract: El presente estudio tuvo como objetivo describir el perfil general de utilización de fármacos en pacientes que usan una sonda de nutrición enteral en un hospital universitario. La recolección de información fue hecha por medio de un formulario estructurado a partir de las fichas clínicas de pacientes internados en el hospital y de la observación de la rutina de los auxiliares de enfermería, en el periodo de enero a abril de 2009. Los resultados demuestran que 16,7% de los pacientes necesitaron cambio de catéter para nutrición enteral, debido a obstrucción. Aproximadamente 52,0% de los medicamentos prescritos estaban en la forma farmacéutica sólida y por lo menos ocho medicamentos administrados por sonda fueron reconocidos como capaces de provocar interacción fármaco-nutrición enteral, afectando por lo menos a un paciente. Se concluye que hay errores en la medicación y en las técnicas de administración de medicamentos para la sonda enteral. The objective of this study was to evaluate the conditions of use of medicines in patients receiving enteral nutrition at units of University Hospital. The data collection was done using a structured questionnaire, based on patient's clinical files and observation of the nurse aides' routine in the period between January and April of 2009. Results demonstrated that 16.7% of the patients needed a feeding tube replacement because of obstructions. Approximately 52% of prescribed medicines were in solid form and at least eight medicines administered via feeding tube were recognized to be capable of drug-nutrient interaction in enteral feeding and affected at least one patient each. A conclusion can be drawn that there were prescription errors and inadequacy in techniques of administration of medicines to patients using probes of enteral nutrition.
Class-I human leukocyte alleles in leprosy patients from Southern Brazil
Franceschi, Danilo Santana Alessio;Tsuneto, Luiza Tamie;Mazini, Priscila Saamara;Sacramento, William Sergio do;Reis, Pamela Guimar?es;Rudnick, Cristiane Concei??o Chagas;Clementino, Samaia Laface;Sell, Ana Maria;Visentainer, Jeane Eliete Laguila;
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0037-86822011000500018
Abstract: introduction: the present study was designed to investigate a possible role of hla (histocompatibility leucocyte antigen) class-i alleles (hla-a, -b, and -c) in leprosy patients from southern brazil. methods: two hundred and twenty-five patients with leprosy and 450 individuals for the control group were involved in this research. hla genotyping was performed through pcr-sso protocols (one lambda, usa); the frequency of these alleles was calculated in each group by direct counting, and the frequencies were then compared. results: there was an association between hla-a*11 (6.9% vs 4.1%, p=0.0345, or=1.72, 95% ci=1.05-2.81), hla-b*38 (2.7% vs. 1.1%, p=0.0402, or=2.44, 95% ci=1.05-5.69), hla-c*12 (9.4% vs. 5.4%, p=0.01, or=1.82, 95% ci=1.17-2.82), and hla-c*16 (3.1% vs. 6.5%, p=0.0124, or=0.47, 95% ci=0.26-0.85) and leprosy per se. in addition, hla-b*35, hla-c*04, and hla-c*07 frequencies were different between lepromatous (ll) and tuberculoid (tt) patients. however, after adjusting for the number of alleles compared, pc values became nonsignificant. conclusions: although our results do not support the previous findings that hla class-i alleles play a role in leprosy pathogenesis, we suggest new studies because of the importance of the association between the hla and kir in the innate immune response to leprosy.
Fenotipagem de bactérias isoladas em hemoculturas de pacientes críticos
Le?o, Lara Stefania Netto de Oliveira;Passos, Xisto Sena;Reis, Cleomenes;Valad?o, Lêda Maria Almeida;Silva, Maria do Rosário Rodrigues;Pimenta, Fabiana Cristina;
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0037-86822007000500009
Abstract: bloodstream infections are a serious complication among critical patients. the detection of microbial pathogens in blood cultures is an important diagnostic tool. this study aimed to isolate and characterize bacteria from the blood of patients admitted to the clinical intensive care unit of a teaching hospital, between april 2003 and april 2004. the bacteria isolated were identified by biochemical/enzymatic tests and detection of the antimicrobial susceptibility profile using the disk diffusion method. a total of 304 blood cultures from 195 patients were evaluated. forty-nine (16.1%) of the blood cultures presented microbe development. the predominant species was pseudomonas stutzeri (18.2%). gram-positive cocci and enterobacteria showed greater resistance to ampicillin; vancomycin and linezolid were the most active agents for gram-positive cocci and carbapenems for gram-negative rods. because of the impact of bloodstream infection within the hospital context, additional studies are needed in order to give backing for prevention and control measures.
Reconstitui??o imunológica após o transplante de medula óssea alogênico
Reis, Maria A. L.;Visentainer, Jeane E. L.;
Revista Brasileira de Hematologia e Hemoterapia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-84842004000300012
Abstract: after the hematopoietic progenitor cell transplantation, all receptors experience a period of profound neutropenia and immunodeficiency that is responsible for a significant number of the serious infectious complications that can occur after a transplant. due to the intensive regimen of pre-transplant conditioning, both cellular and humoral responses are greatly affected. immune reconstitution is an important component of successful bone marrow transplantation, not only because immune defects are related to infectious post-transplant morbidity, but also because they may influence the risk of relapse and the development of secondary malignancies after transplantation. this study gives a revision about the primary variables involved in immunologic reconstitution, after allogeneic bone marrow transplantation: a lack of sustained transference of donor antigen-specific immunity, a deficiency in the lymphoid ontogeny reconstitution, histocompatibility differences between donor and receptor, the effect of gvhd and its therapy, and decreased thymic function of the receptor.
A no??o de autonomia e a dimens?o do virtual
Eirado, André do;Passos, Eduardo;
Psicologia em Estudo , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-73722004000100010
Abstract: this paper presents connections established between maturana and varela?s biology of knowledge and bergson?s philosophy. the concepts of autonomy and autopoiesis from maturana and varela?s cognitive theory are articulated with bergson?s concept of virtuality. such articulation is made possible due to the affinities of both conceptual fields. the concept of subjectivity is articulated with both the circular and paradoxical dynamic of autopoiesis and the concept of virtuality.
A no o de autonomia e a dimens o do virtual
Eirado André do,Passos Eduardo
Psicologia em Estudo , 2004,
Abstract: O artigo discute a rela o entre a Biologia do Conhecimento de H. Maturana e F. Varela e a filosofia de H. Bergson. Os conceitos de autonomia e autopoiese propostos por Maturana e Varela no campo dos estudos da cogni o s o articulados com o conceito bergsoniano de virtual. Tais articula es s o possibilitadas por afinidades entre os dois campos conceituais investigados. O conceito de subjetividade é articulado à dinamica circular e paradoxal da autopoiese. é afirmado que esta dinamica circular pode ser pensada a partir da lógica da cria o em Bergson e que implica a distin o entre o atual e o virtual.
Effect of Pseudomonas fluorescens and Burkholderia pyrrocinia on the Growth Improvement and Physiological Responses in Brachiaria brizantha  [PDF]
Monyck Jeane dos Santos Lopes, Moacyr Bernardino Dias Filho, Thomaz Henrique dos Reis Castro, Marta Cristina Corsi de Filippi, Gisele Barata da Silva
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2018.92021
Abstract: The use of beneficial microorganisms in forage grasses is a potentially advantageous technique for a more sustainable pasture management by decreasing the need for chemical fertilization. Our aims were to determine the best method of microorganism inoculation on Brachiaria (Syn. Urochloa) brizantha cv. BRS Piata, compare the responses of inoculated plants of this forage grass with fertilized and unfertilized controls and examine its effect on some morphological, physiological and biochemical responses. On the first experiment, three inoculation methods were tested: in the seed, seed and soil, and soil, with Pseudomonas fluorescens (BRM-32111) and Burkholderia pyrrocinia (BRM-32113). In the second experiment, fertilized and unfertilized plants were either inoculated with BRM-32111, BRM-32113 and co-inoculated (BRM-32111 + BRM-32113). In a final experiment, B. brizantha was inoculated by soil drenching with BRM-32111, BRM-32113 and co-inoculated (BRM-32111 + BRM-32113), and compared to fertilized- and unfertilized-controls. The inoculation by soil drenching, at seedling stage, was more effective than inoculation only in the seed or both in the seed and by soil drenching. The fertilizer may have suppressed the beneficial bacterial effects on the growth of B. brizantha. P. fluorescens and B. pyrrocinia co-inoculated increased nitrate, protein, nitrogen concentration, Spad index (chlorophyll content), leaf area,
Performance of tetraploid alfalfa genotypes as exposed to aluminum toxicity  [PDF]
Le?nidas P. Passos, Maurício Marini K?pp, Francisco J. Silva Lédo
Agricultural Sciences (AS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/as.2012.32027
Abstract: A study was carried out to evaluate the development of 12 tetraploid alfalfa cultivars exposed to Al toxicity in nutrient solution. Newly germinated seedlings of cultivars Alfa 200, Alto, Araucana, Costera, Crioula, Esmeralda, Falcon, F-708, Rio, Romagnola, Valley Plus, and Victoria, were exposed to either 0, 4, 8 or 12 mg·L-1 Al3+. Plants were analyzed regarding root length (RL) and dry matter (RDM), aerial part length (APL), and dry matter (APDM), hypocotyl length (HypL) and dry matter (HypDM), epicotyl length (EpiL) and dry matter (EpiDM), and petiole length (PetL), and dry matter (PetDM). Results indicated that, although all genotypes exhibited detectable sensitivity to such a stress, cvs. Crioula, Victoria and Alpha-200 were tolerant to 4 mg·L-1 Al3+ toxicity. It was also concluded that Al3+ levels up to the 4 mg·L-1 will be effective for screening tetraploid alfalfa genotypes regarding this type of stress, when evaluations are made in nutrient solution. Finally, RL is the most suitable variable for conducting such evaluations, but all variables related to dry matter in the aerial part are also recommended.
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