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Indivíduos com deficiência e media o em leitura: reconstruindo identidades
Silvia Roberta da Mota Rocha,Jussara Guimares Alves,Hellen Samara Farias Das Neves
Revista Educa??o Especial , 2011, DOI: 10.5902/1984686x4177
Abstract: Investigamos os processos sociais de reconstru o da identidade de indivíduos com deficiência, quando atuam como mediadores da aquisi o da leitura por seus pares na APAECG. Numa pesquisa qualitativa, cujos dados foram produzidos por meio de questionários, entrevistas semi-estruturadas e observa o participante das sess es de leitura e dos encontros de forma o destes leitores, analisamos as significa es destes sujeitos quando assumem a condi o de leitores mediadores. Constatamos a contradi o entre significa es que cristalizam e/ou colaboram com a transforma o dos lugares estigmatizados destes indivíduos, nas rela es sociais de que fazem parte. A significa o de receio da desautoriza o do lugar de leitor/mediador por outros agentes sociais se vincula à identidade legitimadora que visa alargar e racionalizar a domina o. As significa es do papel do mediador/voluntário, do desenvolvimento do letramento, de membro da comunidade discursiva e de vínculos sócioafetivos se relacionam com a identidade de resistência, já que colabora com o rompimento do estatuto de incapacidade, por estes indivíduos, imposto pelas pedagogias classificatórias. O programa de leitura se revelou uma prática pedagógica includente, na medida em que permite aos sujeitos vivenciarem os conflitos entre as identidades, o que impulsiona a reconstru o deles como sujeitos capazes, produtivos e de competência letrada, inclusive, para mediar a aquisi o da leitura, desconstruindo a ideologia da normalidade e a reprodu o ideológica de que s o alvo historicamente. Palavras-chave: Leitor-Mediador. Identidade. Letramento.
Partner profile of pregnant women who have obstetric prenatal high risk in a university hospital south of Brazil  [PDF]
Gisele Perin Guimares, Jussara Gue Martini
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2013.39A005

This study aimed to relate the social and obstetric risk factors presented by pregnant women who underwent high risk prenatal in a southern Brazil hospital unit. This is a quantitative research. The data collection was conducted from January to September 2012, where 12 high-risk pregnancies and nine companions with diversified social and obstetric conditions were seen. The analysis was by simple statistics. Pregnant women social profile results indicated that predominant age group was 31 to 40 years old; all had some degree of education; 84% Catholic; 75% of pregnant women were accompanied by someone of their choice during high risk prenatal care; and 50% of the choices were for her spouse; half of these pregnant women have a professional occupation. Obstetrics findings demonstrated that the majority of women were not planning on the pregnancy, only 17% started prenatal care in the first trimester, 42% had already presented risk in previous pregnancy, 58% of women were classified as high risk due to fetal abnormalities. Given these findings, it is clear that high-risk pregnancy as a period involving several factors, including social and obstetric that, when connected, can compromise the process of gestating for both the mother and the fetus.

Associa??o de bronquite plástica com enteropatia perdedora de proteínas após opera??o de Fontan
Guimares, Vanessa Alves;Atik, Edmar;Castelli, Jussara Bianchi;Ikari, Nana Miura;Thomaz, Ana Maria;Lopes, Antonio Augusto Barbosa;
Arquivos Brasileiros de Cardiologia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0066-782X2010000400024
Abstract: we report an unusual case of association of plastic bronchitis (pb) to protein-losing enteropathy (ple) in a girl of 4 years and 9 months of age with double inlet single left ventricle and ventriculoarterial concordance. submitted to total cavopulmonary surgery. with an intracardiac lateral tunnel at the age of three. the elimination of the 10 cm fibrin bronchial mold (pb) and the alpha-1-antitrypsin elevation of 52 mg/g in feces had both become outstanding. using sildenafil. the thoracic duct ligature and the cardiac transplant were programmed in case of continuity of the process.
Desenvolvimento tecnológico, padroniza??o de comportamentos no trabalho e exclus?o social
Guimares, Denise Alves;
Saúde e Sociedade , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-12902008000400009
Abstract: current organizational dynamic is marked by excessive competition and the establishment of standard of conducts, which can be observed everywhere in the world, and that bring strong consequences to developing countries, intensifying the mechanisms of social exclusion, of intolerance to individual differences and making it hard to keep and promote health in the working environment. concerning work and the worker's expectations, there is an intensification of the social exclusion at work and by work, as the employees become part of a category "strangers" or "foreigners" as of the classification "unemployed" or "disqualified", or even "not adjusted". the present article aims at bringing some reflections on the process of social exclusion at and by work, considering its relation with the technological development process. discussions will be conducted as theoretical essays from texts by benjamin and simmel, who deal with the "foreigner" and with the ideas developed by mumford and marcuse about the technological development. additionally we tried to establish an analysis on how psychologists working in organizations can be seen in a productive system: developing ways of social control or promoting health in the working environment, keeping themselves away from the practice of excessive standardization and leveling of behavior.
As práticas educativas em saúde e a Estratégia Saúde da Família
Alves,Gehysa Guimares; Aerts,Denise;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232011000100034
Abstract: this study evaluated health education, and particularly popular health education, as a methodological approach used in the brazilian basic healthcare network and in the family health strategy, a family health program of the brazilian government. the literature on health education, educational practices in healthcare services, and popular health education was reviewed. we found that educational practices in healthcare services follow traditional methods and do not prioritize the establishment of links between healthcare workers and the population. to be consolidated as an educational practice, popular health education should be incorporated into the routine of health-care services. for this purpose, the preparation of healthcare workers should focus on actions to promote collective health and critical reflections on healthcare teaching and learning by all the individuals involved in these processes
Monetary policy, default risk and the exchange rate
Gon?alves, Carlos Eduardo;Guimares, Bernardo;
Revista Brasileira de Economia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71402011000100003
Abstract: in a country with high probability of default, higher interest rates may render the currency less attractive if sovereign default is costly. this paper develops that intuition in a simple model and estimates the effect of changes in interest rates on the exchange rate in brazil using data from the dates surrounding the monetary policy committee meetings and the methodology of identification through heteroskedasticity. indeed, we find that unexpected increases in interest rates tend to lead the brazilian currency to depreciate.
Production of Invertases by Anamorphic (Aspergillus nidulans) and Teleomorphic (Emericela nidulans) Fungi under Submerged Fermentation Using Rye Flour as Carbon Source  [PDF]
Juliana Nunes e Oliveira Alves, Jo?o Atílio Jorge, Luis Henrique Souza Guimares
Advances in Microbiology (AiM) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/aim.2013.35057

The production of invertases by anamorph (A. nidulans) and teleomorph (E. nidulans) was investigated. The best level of extracellular enzymatic production for anomorph was obtained in Khanna medium containing sucrose as carbon source, whereas for teleomorph the best production was archived using M5 medium containing inulin as carbon source. Despite this, rye flour was selected as carbon source. The extracellular enzyme production was higher for teleomorph than that observed for anomorph for all carbon sources used. The enzyme production was inhibited by the addition of fructose and glucose in the medium containing rye flour as carbon source. The best conditions to recover the higher enzymatic activity were temperature of 54 - 62 and pH of 4.8 5.6 for both enzymes determined by experimental design (CCRD). The stability of the temperatures at 40 and 50were similar for both enzymes. The invertases from the anomorph and teleomorph were activated by Mn2+, but the response of each one towards the presence of this cation was different with best activation observed for the anomorph enzyme (+80%). The extracellular enzymes were able to hydrolyze inulin, sucrose and raffinose. However, the affinity was higher for sucrose than inulin. In conclusion, the carbon source assimilation and the invertase production, as well as the enzymes properties, were different for the anomorph and teleomorph mycelia.

Contribution of the Incorporation of Poultry Litter and Limestone for the Fertility of Sandy Soil in the Brazilian Amazon  [PDF]
Juliana Guimares Gerola, Juan Ricardo Rocha, Stella Cristiani Gon?alves Matoso, Leandro Dias da Silva
Natural Resources (NR) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/nr.2014.515082
Abstract: Sandy soils have limitations for growing plants. In general, they have low fertility, high toxic aluminum content and low organic matter. The organic matter is responsible for most of the cation exchange capacity of these soils. Added to this, the low clay content and the structure of these soils with large volumes of macropores, determine their low water retention. An alternative is the incorporation of organic waste combined with the practice of liming. Thus, the aim of this study was to evaluate the contribution of the incorporation of poultry litter and limestone in the fertility of sandy soils in the Brazilian Amazon. The experiment was conducted in Colorado do Oeste, RO, on a Quartzipsamment in a completely randomized block design in a 4 × 4 × 2 factorial scheme, corresponding to four doses of poultry litter (0, 5, 10 and 15 mg·ha-1), its incorporation for four times (0, 75, 110 and 145 days) in the presence and absence of 2 mg·ha-1 of limestone, with six replications. The incorporation of 15 mg·ha-1 of poultry litter combined with 2 mg·ha-1 of limestone for 75 days after the merger raises several components of Quartzipsamment fertility, mainly being the availability of phosphorus.
Petroleum Patent Used Such Monitoring Technological Like Innovation Process of Drilling Fluids with Xanthan Gum —World Panorama  [PDF]
Marco Antonio Martins de Oliveira, Cheila Gon?alves Mothé, Leandra Guimares de Oliveira
Engineering (ENG) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/eng.2015.77036
Abstract: This paper aims to discuss the importance of patenting and publishing as an instrument of incentive to technological innovation in the petroleum chemistry area. The present study has examined the publications and the patent applications published from 1974 to 2014. A technological monitoring methodology for patents in drilling fluid with xanthan gum has been compared using profiles of patent application in the world, with emphasis on Industrial Property Databases available on the internet (INPI-Br, Derwent, Espacenet, Patent Scope and USPTO) with intention to assess the main inventors, applications, applications’ countries, the IPC classification, years of application and category of claims as well as discuss the importance of patents as a means of encouraging technological innovation of xanthan gum. The United States and China stand out both in relation to the publication of papers as well as in the amount of patent filing in scientific publications with the theme drilling fluid with additive xanthan gum classified by the authors’ country of origin. It is observed that Brazil and the US lead the ranking with 15 publications (about 23.1% of the total). Among the 72 institutions obtained as a result, both Petrobras SA and Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil, lead the world ranking, with 6 publications each; in relation to the areas of knowledge, it is observed that engineering stands out in the publication of papers and the areas of chemistry, engineering, energy fuels and polymer science are noticeable in numbers of patent applications. The analysis of patent filings in the periods proposed features a significant percentage associated with the classification C09K.
Production and Partial Characterization of an Extracellular Phytase Produced by Muscodor sp. under Submerged Fermentation  [PDF]
Natálie Martins Alves, Luis Henrique Souza Guimares, Roberta Hilsdorf Piccoli, Patrícia Gomes Cardoso
Advances in Microbiology (AiM) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/aim.2016.61003
Abstract: In most of the raw materials of plant origin used in animal feed, a portion of the phosphorus is stored as phytic acid or phytate. Phytate is the main storage form of phosphorus in vegetables but is not readily assimilated into food at low concentrations of the enzyme phytase. In addition to making phosphorous unavailable, phytate binds divalent cations such as calcium, copper, magnesium, iron, manganese and zinc, preventing the absorption of these nutrients in the gut of the animal. Phytase promotes the hydrolysis of the phytate phosphorus-releasing molecule, thereby increasing its bioavailability in feed. Phytase is distributed in plant and animal tissues and it is synthesized by some species of bacteria and fungi. The addition of this enzyme in the diet of animals is essential to promote greater uptake of phosphorus and also contributes to a decrease in the levels of phosphorus excreted by animals, thus reducing the pollution caused by excess phosphorus in the environment. This work aimed to select a fungus that stands out in the production of phytase among 100 isolates from Brazilian caves belonging to the genera Aspergillus, Penicillium and Cladosporium and 13 endophytic fungi of the aerial part of the coffee plant. For selection, the fungi were cultured in medium containing phytic acid as a sole source of phosphorus. After seven days at 25 °C, we evaluated growth and enzyme production by the presence of the phytic acid halo degradation (Enzymatic Index-EI) surrounding the colonies. Forty-seven species produced phytase, and the fungi Penicillium minioluteum (CF279) and Muscodor sp. (UBSX) showed higher degradation halos, 2.41 and 4.46, respectively. Considering the Muscodor sp. as the main source of phytase, high enzymatic levels were obtained when the fungus was grown under submerged fermentation with initial pH of 5.0 using wheat bran as additional carbon source for 144 h, at 125 rpm and 30 °C.
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