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Hanseníase: conhecimentos e mudan?as na vida das pessoas acometidas
Nunes,Joyce Mazza; Oliveira,Eliany Nazaré; Vieira,Neiva Francenely Cunha;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232011000700065
Abstract: hanses's disease is a millenary illness, characterized as a public health issue. this study aims to verify the knowledge of people with hansen's disease about their problem and its treatment and point out possible changes in their lives as a consequence. we conducted interviews with people in treatment for multi-bacillary hansen's disease in a basic health unit of sobral, ceará state, in 2005. we realized that the knowledge about the disease is elementary, usually expressed by people's own experience, involving negative feelings. some bearers showed to have appropriate knowledge according to the literature, acquired through the internet, books and information from friends and relatives. the main changes in their lives after the diagnosis was related to the use of medicines, as some people related improvement in their symptoms and others worsening, interfering in their daily activities.
Cuidado à saúde da comunidade indígena Tremembé: olhar dos profissionais de saúde
Francysnete Firmo do Nascimento,Eliany Nazaré Oliveira,Joyce Mazza Nunes,Fabiane do Amaral Gubert
Saúde Coletiva , 2011,
Abstract: Desde 1999, el Ministerio del Salud de Brasil está implementando servicios a la población indígena, a fin de superar las deficiencias en la cobertura y acceso a SUS. La asistencia tiene por objeto abarcar la diversidad cultural, geográfica e histórica de estes pueblos, ayudandoles a superar los factores que les hacen vulnerables a problemas de salud. Este estudio tiene como objetivo conocer, desde la mirada de profesionales de salud, cómo ocurre el cuidado a la salud de la comunidad indígena en Itarema-Ceará, Brasil. Se trata de un estudio descriptivo hecho desde enero hasta julio de 2008 con 33 profesionales de salud. Los resultados muestran peculiaridades en la asistencia a los indígenas: forma de abordage, equipo multidisciplinario de salud indígena, redefinición de rutinas de los servicios y distribución de insumos específicos, contribuyendo con su preservación y ciudadanía. Se verificó la necessidad de repensar las prácticas de salud entre la población indígena, indicando que es preciso cambiar la formación profesional en salud en Brasil.
Promoting health in the hospital from the viewpoint of the nurse: descriptive-exploratory study
Joyce Mazza Nunes,álissan Karine Lima Martins,Maria de Fátima Bastos Nóbrega,?ngela Maria Alves e Souza
Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing , 2009,
Determination of Trace Silver in Water Samples by Online Column Preconcentration Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry Using Termite Digestion Product
Joyce Nunes Bianchin,Edmar Martendal,Eduardo Carasek
Journal of Analytical Methods in Chemistry , 2011, DOI: 10.1155/2011/839365
Abstract: A new method for Ag determination in water samples using solid phase extraction (SPE) coupled to a flow injection system and flame atomic absorption spectrometry was developed. The sorbent used for Ag preconcentration and extraction was the termite digestion product. Flow and chemical variables of the system were optimized through a multivariate procedure. The factors selected were adsorbent mass, buffer type and concentration, sample pH, and sample flow rate. The detection limit and precision were 3.4 μg L−1 and 3.8% (=6, 15 g L−1), respectively. The enrichment factor and the linear working range were, respectively, 21 and 10–50 g L−1. Results for recovery tests using different water samples were between 96 and 107%. The proposed methodology was applied with success for the determination of Ag in water used to wash clothes impregnated with silver nanoparticles, supplied by a factory located in Santa Catarina, Brazil.
Some Observations on Indian Federalism in Comparative Perspective  [PDF]
Mauro Mazza
Beijing Law Review (BLR) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/blr.2015.61004
Abstract: The article analyses the form of state of the federal Indian Union, which is rather atypical in the “landscape” of comparative constitutional law. The trend towards centralization of functions and powers, both at federal and state levels, probably constitutes some sort of quasi-federalism, or semi-federalism, or even unionist federalism. Indian pragmatic federalism, which we can mainly characterize as a variant of ethnic federalism, may well lead, in terms of the classification of the forms of state, to consider Indian federalism as unitary federalism, or as the realization of a sui generis unionist state.
The Prospects of Independence for Greenland, between Energy Resources and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (with Some Comparative Remarks on Nunavut, Canada)  [PDF]
Mauro Mazza
Beijing Law Review (BLR) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/blr.2015.64028
Abstract: In a comparative view of the Arctic, Greenland is the only autonomous territory that has the possibility of legally reaching the status of full independence. The funding of the increasing autonomy and, ultimately, of the independence of Greenland is acquired largely from the revenues of mining operations and, more generally, from the exploitation of natural energy sources. However, one must consider the special conditions of the indigenous Inuit, torn between the desire to participate in the development of the Arctic regions, with the related socio-economic benefits, and the willingness not to abandon the traditional lifestyles that are the basis of their indigenous culture.
Desenvolvimento de metodologia analítica baseada em eletrodo de carbono vítreo modificado com filme de bismuto: aplica??o em águas de chuva de regi?es de Santa Catarina
Santos, Marcel Silveira dos;Bianchin, Joyce Nunes;Spinelli, Almir;
Eclética Química , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-46702011000200009
Abstract: in this study an analytical methodology for determination of 2,4-dinitrofenol (2,4-dnp) in rainwater samples of regions of santa catarina was developed using the square wave voltammetry (swv). the study involved the applicability to use the modified glass carbon electrode with bismuth film. the formation of the bismuth film was optimized by cyclic voltammetry and after that, studies of ph and electrolyte support were investigated for the reduction of 2,4-dnp (ex situ form). the analytical parameters that affect the sensitivity of the sww were optimized. in order, the analytical figures of merit were obtained: linear working range of 3,2 x 10-7 - 4,6 x 10-6 mol l-1; excellent coefficient of correlation of 0,996; rsd% = 17,5 (1,35 x 10-6 mol l-1, n = 6), 11,7 (2,5 x 10-6 mol l-1, n = 6) e 6,4 ( 4,6 x 10-6 mol l-1, n = 6); limit of detection of 1,2 x 10-7 mol l-1. recovery studies were performed to evaluate the accuracy of the methodology. the values obtained were between 84 - 112% (2,7 x 10-6 mol l-1 ) and 89 - 113% (4,3 x 10-6 mol l-1).
Neuroplasticity and Positive Psychology in Clinical Practice: A Review for Combined Benefits  [PDF]
Joyce Shaffer
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2012.312A164

Research on using positive psychological perspectives to drive brain plasticity in a positive direction is increasingly encouraging and empowering for clinicians and clients. Increased lifespan with neuroplastic gains was found by Diamond in lab rats when they were held and spoken to. Improvements in brain chemistry, architecture and performance associated with lifestyle choices are now being documented in humans with increasing frequency of reports. Positive psychology can strengthen this trend toward increases in wellbeing by using this evolving research for motivation to increase healthy lifestyle choices, for reinforcement of successive approximation toward these goals and for the many gains associated with greater happiness.

Altera??es dos parametros clínicos e laboratoriais em pacientes obesos com diabetes melito tipo 2 submetidos à deriva??o gastrojejunal em y de Roux sem anel
Varaschim, Michelle;Nassif, Paulo Afonso Nunes;Moreira, Luciana Bugmann;Nascimento, Marcelo Mazza do;Vieira, Grasiela Manfredi Nunes;Garcia, Rodrigo Ferreira;Sue, Karen Megumi;Cruz, Manuela Aguiar;
Revista do Colégio Brasileiro de Cirurgi?es , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-69912012000300003
Abstract: objectives: 1) to assess the changes in body weight and body mass index in grade 2 and 3 obese patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus, pre and postoperatively; 2) to assess the changes in pre and postoperative fasting blood glucose, postprandial glucose, glycated hemoglobin and insulin. methods: a prospective study was undertaken with 40 selected patients with grade 2 and 3 obesity and type 2 diabetes mellitus, all with indication for surgical treatment of obesity. all patients underwent roux-en-y gastric bypass without ring. the clinical parameters weight and body mass index were analyzed, as well as the laboratory parameters fasting blood glucose, postprandial glucose, glycated hemoglobin, and insulin. the analyses were carried out in the preoperative period and at 60 days postoperatively. statistical analysis was conducted with student's t and the kolmogorov-smirnov tests. results: mean preoperative weight was 107.3 kg, declining to 89.5 kg postoperatively. mean initial body mass index was 39.5 kg/m2, and 32.9 kg/m2 at 60 postoperative days. preoperative fasting blood glucose was 132 mg/dl, which was reduced to 40.4 mg/dl, on average, postoperatively. postprandial blood glucose was 172 mg/dl in the preoperative period and 111.6 mg/dl in the postoperative measurement. initial glycated hemoglobin was 7%, declining to 5.7% postoperatively. preoperative and postoperative insulin levels were 29.6 μiu/ml and 13.9 μiu/ml, respectively. the level of significance was p<0.001 for all variables. conclusion: there was a statistically significant reduction in body weight and body mass index between the pre and postoperative periods, as well as in fasting blood glucose, postprandial glucose, glycated hemoglobin.
La enfermedad de Chagas en la Republica Argentina
Mazza, Salvador;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1949, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761949000100011
Abstract: chagas' disease was first known in argentina through lectures and demonstrations held by lozano, maggio and rosenbusch. in 1914 maggio and rosenbusch verified for the first time the infestation of triatoma infestans, one of the most abundant triatomids in argentina, over almost all the country. in 1924 mühlens et col. looking for malaria parasites in a collective survey found the first humans with s. cruzi in their blood. in 1926 mazza found that the dog was naturally infected and diagnosed in 1927 the first human case showing the typical symptomatology decribed by chagas but without micrographical proof of the etiology. in 1932 the first cases with the clinical features described by mazza in argentina were confirmed by him through positive blood microscopy. the number of cases found up to date is 1305 all of them etiologically confirmed by the m. e. p. r. a. the local origin by provinces is known of 1244: 341 (highest number) from chaco; 322 from the province of mendoza and 198 from the province of santa fé. of the 1232 patients whose ages were known, 33 were fatal; of the these, 28 were children in early infancy, 16 of them under 6 months (57%); these represented 14% of all affected at that age (they were 85, giving 6.89% of the total number of cases) . the highest incidence was in children from 5 to 10 years (21.5% of the whole number) followed by the groups of from 2 to 5 years (20.21%) and of 10 to 20 years (20.12%).
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