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Diretrizes para o aperfei oamento dos regulamentos do transporte público urbano de passageiros: o confronto de três estudos
Karla Fabiana F. Barboza,R?mulo Orrico Filho,Enilson Medeiros dos Santos
Transportes , 2009,
Abstract: A crise por que passa hoje o transporte público urbano no Brasil imp e a revis o crítica e a reelabora o das políticas regulatórias adotadas para o setor. Nos últimos anos, três iniciativas de destaque a isso se dedicaram, a saber: os estudos COPPETEC/GEIPOT, ANTP/NTU/Fórum Nacional e SEDU. Neste artigo, estes três estudos s o confrontados segundo urna matriz de análise, no sentido de identificar divergências e consensos e com o objetivo de extrair diretrizes para urna boa prática de reforma regulatória.
Training and Practice of Occupationals Who Work with Children Aged from Zero to Two in Institutions of Childhood Education  [PDF]
Fabiana Cristina Frigieri de Vitta, Maria de Fátima Carneiro Ribeiro Pereira, Beatriz Aparecida Barboza do Nascimento, Bárbara Solana Scarlassara, Claudia Regina Mosca Giroto, Alberto de Vitta
Creative Education (CE) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2016.710156
Abstract: The education of the children aged up to 2 years old is a current and necessary concern on childhood education. There are only a few studies in the area and the official documents do not satisfactorily contemplate this age group. This paper presents results of a research developed between 2011 and 2013, with the objective of understanding the effects of continuing education practices on the qualification of occupationals who work with children aged up to 2 years old, in institutions of childhood education of an average-sized city in the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil. In order to do so, we performed four assessment procedures (initial, intermediate, final and after six months) which included the individual communications (questionnaires and interviews) and participant observations of everyday practice in the nurseries. We applied two educational procedures in-between the assessments—educational workshops and practice monitoring. The contents of results were analyzed for the comparison of data from the different stages. This paper presented the results from the opinions of 50 participants regarding the procedures developed for the training—work- shop and practice monitoring—discussed in two themes: background knowledge and practices; and the training of nursery occupational. The analysis highlighted the need for the implementation of initial training on the specific reality and the continuing monitoring in service, according to the occupational practice and the nursery situation.
Efeito do treinamento físico no pulm?o de ratos submetidos à ingest?o alcoólica
Xavier, André Machado;Goessler, Karla Fabiana;Ferrari, Osny;Juliani, Luiz Carlos;Andrade, Fábio Goulart de;Ramos, Solange de Paula;
Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-86922010000600008
Abstract: chronic alcohol consumption causes alterations in the lung tissues characterized by edema and formation of large inflammatory infiltrate. the purpose of this work was to evaluate the effect of physical exercise on lung injuries caused by chronic alcohol intake in wistar rats. material and methods: thirty-two male wistar rats (261.1 ± 1.3 g) received sugarcane distilled alcoholic beverage diluted (30%, v/v, alcohol group) or tap water (control group) for 120 days. after this period, five animals of each group were sacrificed. the remaining animals received water and were sorted in four groups: alcoholic and sedentary (as), control and sedentary (cs), alcoholic and trained (at) and control and trained (ct). the at and ct groups were submitted to a swimming exercise protocol with progressive daily increase in the training time until 20 minutes per day, five times per week, for five weeks. for the same period, as and cs groups were maintained at sedentary state. results: after the alcoholic intake period, the alcohol group presented decreased (p<0.05) body weight and increased relative lung weight (p<0.05). lungs of alcoholic group showed characteristics of edema and inflammatory infiltrate. the cs and ct groups did not present morphological changes. at animals showed increased inflammation and number of hyper pigmented macrophages in relation to ct group. conclusion: exercise can increase lung inflammation when applied in animals with inflammatory injury induced by chronic alcohol consumption.
Gentamicin Induces Renal Morphopathology in Wistar Rats
de Souza,Vanessa Barboza; Oliveira,Rodrigo Fagundes L. de; Lucena,Hévio Freitas de; Ferreira,Aurigena A. A; Guerra,Gerlane Coelho Bernardo; Freitas,Maria de Lourdes; Queiroz,Karla Cristiane de Souza; de Araújo Júnior,Raimundo F;
International Journal of Morphology , 2009, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-95022009000100011
Abstract: due to its prominent role in major excretory pathways, the kidney is particularly sensitive especially to toxicity for antimicrobials drugs. storage of these drugs in the renal cortex, their effect on renal cells, have consequences on the renal function, and then reabsorbed by renal tubules induce nephrotixicity. our objective was to show the renal morphopatological alterations induced by gentamicin through the histochemical methods of routine periodic acid de schiff (pas) staining and imunohistochemical staining for the expression of the protein p53, which is considered as a marker for cellular apoptosis. this allows the early detection of tubular lesions. the renal morphopathologic findings were cell apoptosis, basal membrane interruption, mesangial proliferation cells, decreased bowman's space. this result clearly shows that gentamicin administration induces renal morphopatological alterations.
Photoelectrocatalytic Oxidation of Ethinylestradiol on a Ti/TiO2 Electrode: Degradation Efficiency and Search for By-Products  [PDF]
Karla Moreira Vieira, Fabiana Maria Monteiro Paschoal, Maria Valnice Boldrin Zanoni, Clésia Cristina Nascentes, Rodinei Augusti
Green and Sustainable Chemistry (GSC) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/gsc.2014.43020
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The degradation of ethinylestradiol (EE, an orally bio-active estrogen) in an aqueous-methanolic solution using a Ti/TiO2 thin-film electrode and UV radiation (a photoelectrocatalytic system) was evaluated. Hence, HPLC/UV analysis shows that EE (at 0.34 mmol) is totally consumed after 30 minutes of exposure to the photoelectrocatalytic system in the presence of Na2SO4 (0.1 mol·L-1) and with an applied bias potential of +1.0 V versus the Ag/AgCl reference electrode. Moreover, monitoring by direct infusion electrospray ionization mass spectrometry (ESI-MS) and SPME-GC/ MS (solid phase microextraction coupled with gas chromatography-mass spectrometry) reveals that apparently no degradation products are formed under these conditions. Hence, this study demonstrates that the photoelectrocatalytic system can be efficiently used to promote the complete degradation (and likely mineralization) of this hormone under these conditions.
Actin Crosslinking Toxins of Gram-Negative Bacteria
Karla J. F. Satchell
Toxins , 2009, DOI: 10.3390/toxins1020123
Abstract: Actin crosslinking toxins produced by Gram-negative bacteria represent a small but unique class of bacterial protein toxins. For each of these toxins, a discrete actin crosslinking domain (ACD) that is a distant member of the ATP-dependent glutamine synthetase family of protein ligases is translocated to the eukaryotic cell cytosol. This domain then incorporates a glutamate-lysine crosslink between actin monomers, resulting in destruction of the actin cytoskeleton. Recent studies argue that the function of these toxins during infection is not destruction of epithelial layers, but rather may specifically target phagocytic cells to promote survival of bacteria after the onset of innate immune defenses. This review will summarize key experiments performed over the past 10 years to reveal the function of these toxins.
RENDIMENTO DE CARCA A E COMPOSI O CENTESIMAL DO M SCULO DOS MOLUSCOS ESCARGOT (Achatina fulica) E ARU (Pomacea lineata)
S. H. R. BARBOZA,P. F. ROMANELLI
Alimentos e Nutri??o , 2008,
Abstract: O presente trabalho teve como objetivo avaliar a composi § £o corporal (rendimento de carca §a) e a composi § £o centesimal do m osculo dos moluscos escargot e aru . As avalia § μes foram realizadas comparando-se 6 grupos de animais de pesos e idades diferentes (3 de escargot e 3 de aru ) com um grupo controle (escargot), animais estes com 4 meses de idade e peso entre 20 e 25g (considerados pela Escargoteria animais padr £o de abate). De interesse industrial, o rendimento em carne observado no lote de escargot de peso inferior (14,08 a 19,98g) ao lote controle, mostra que podemos aproveit -los para a comercializa § £o, pois podem ser abatidos antes dos 4 meses de idade, pelo menor custo de produ § £o. J os lotes de aru (esp cie selvagem) apresentaram discrep ¢ncias quando comparado ao lote controle o que sugerem estudos zoot cnicos para melhorar o rendimento em carne. Na composi § £o centesimal da carne 02 lotes de escargot (1 e 2) e 02 lotes de aru (4 e 5) s £o estatisticamente igual ao lote controle indicando o potencial nutricional da esp cie aru .
ESTUDO DO APROVEITAMENTO DAS VíSCERAS DOS MOLUSCOS ESCARGOT (Achatina fulica) E ARUá (Pomacea lineata) PARA INCORPORA O EM RA O ANIMAL
S. E. R. BARBOZA,P. F. ROMANELLI
Alimentos e Nutri??o , 2008,
Abstract: O objetivo deste trabalho foi estudar o aproveitamento das vísceras - subprodutos, dos moluscos escargot e aruá. As vísceras foram processadas na forma de farinha e suas características físico-químicas (composi o centesimal, cálcio, fósforo, digestibilidade em pepsina, índice de acidez) e microbiológicas (Salmonella sp) foram comparadas aos padr es de qualidades exigidas pela Legisla o (6.198, de 26/12/74, e o Decreto 76.986, de 06/01/76 do Ministério da Agricultura e Abastecimento) para a comercializa o de produtos destinados à alimenta o animal. Os resultados obtidos permitiram verificar que as farinhas de vísceras de ambas espécies podem ser utilizadas como matérias primas, constituindo ótimas fontes de nutrientes para a incorpora o em ra es animais.
Análise das atribui es dos fonoaudiólogos do NASF em municípios da regi o metropolitana do Recife Analyzing the functions of speech therapists of NASF in Recife metropolitan region
Thaís de Lima Fernandes,Cynthia Maria Barboza do Nascimento,Fabiana de Oliveira Silva Sousa
Revista CEFAC , 2013,
Abstract: OBJETIVO: analisar as atribui es dos fonoaudiólogos no Núcleo de Apoio a Saúde da Família (NASF) de acordo com preconiza es da portaria GM no 154 de 24 de janeiro de 2008. MéTODO: os dados foram coletados por meio de um questionário semi-estruturado, aplicado aos fonoaudiólogos do NASF da Regi o Metropolitana do Recife (RMR), dividido em dois eixos, um relacionado ao perfil do fonoaudiólogo e outro referente às atividades desenvolvidas e organiza o do processo de trabalho. RESULTADOS: verificou-se que 100% dos entrevistados s o do sexo feminino e afirmaram ter experiência em trabalhos com comunidade. Destes, 80% realizavam atendimentos domiciliares e 60% relataram experiências com trabalho multiprofissional ou interdisciplinar. Quanto às atribui es desenvolvidas pelas fonoaudiólogas no NASF, observou-se que 60% realizaram o diagnóstico de área antes do início do trabalho, confirmando a pactua o de grupos prioritários comas Equipes de Saúde da Família (ESF). Todas afirmam realizar a es integradas entre ESF, NASF e equipamentos sociais, existindo projetos intersetoriais e a es de inclus o de pessoas com deficiências em 80% destes. Dentre as entrevistadas, 60% priorizam a es de reabilita o. CONCLUS O: o estudo sobre o perfil profissional e o processo de trabalho dos fonoaudiólogos atuantes nos NASF pode ajudar a identificar os desafios enfrentados no seu cotidiano e subsidiar a es que promovam mudan as na forma o e atua o desses profissionais em dire o a um cuidado mais integral e resolutivo. PURPOSE: to examine the roles of speech therapists at Family Health Support Centers (NASF) according to GM directive No. 154, of January 24, 2008. METHOD: data were collected through a semi-structured questionnaire applied to the speech therapists who work at NASF in the Metropolitan Region of Recife (RMR). The questionnaire is divided into two axes, one related to the profile of the speech therapists and the other one regarding the activities and organization of the work. RESULTS: it was found that 100% of those surveyed are women, who claim to have experience in low-income communities. 80% of them performed home care service and 60% reported experience in multi- or interdisciplinary work. Regarding the work process of speech therapists at NASF, it was observed that 60% had a diagnosis of the area before starting the work, confirming the agreement with the Health Family Groups (ESF) to prioritize groups. All of them claim to perform integrated actions along with ESF, NASF and social institutions, with projects and intersectoral actions to include people
Análise das atribui es dos fonoaudiólogos do NASF em municípios da Regi o Metropolitana do Recife Analyzing the functions of speech therapists of NASF in Recife Metropolitan Region
Thaís de Lima Fernandes,Cynthia Maria Barboza do Nascimento,Fabiana de Oliveira Silva Sousa
Revista CEFAC , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/s1516-18462012005000043
Abstract: OBJETIVO: analisar as atribui es dos fonoaudiólogos no Núcleo de Apoio a Saúde da Família (NASF) de acordo com preconiza es da portaria GM no 154 de 24 de janeiro de 2008. MéTODO: os dados foram coletados por meio de um questionário semi-estruturado, aplicado aos fonoaudiólogos do NASF da Regi o Metropolitana do Recife (RMR), dividido em dois eixos, um relacionado ao perfil do fonoaudiólogo e outro referente às atividades desenvolvidas e organiza o do processo de trabalho. RESULTADOS: verificou-se que 100% dos entrevistados s o do sexo feminino e afirmaram ter experiência em trabalhos com comunidade. Destes, 80% realizavam atendimentos domiciliares e 60% relataram experiências com trabalho multiprofissional ou interdisciplinar. Quanto às atribui es desenvolvidas pelas fonoaudiólogas no NASF, observou-se que 60% realizaram o diagnóstico de área antes do início do trabalho, confirmando a pactua o de grupos prioritários comas Equipes de Saúde da Família (ESF). Todas afirmam realizar a es integradas entre ESF, NASF e equipamentos sociais, existindo projetos intersetoriais e a es de inclus o de pessoas com deficiências em 80% destes. Dentre as entrevistadas, 60% priorizam a es de reabilita o. CONCLUS O: o estudo sobre o perfil profissional e o processo de trabalho dos fonoaudiólogos atuantes nos NASF pode ajudar a identificar os desafios enfrentados no seu cotidiano e subsidiar a es que promovam mudan as na forma o e atua o desses profissionais em dire o a um cuidado mais integral e resolutivo. PURPOSE: to examine the roles of speech therapists at Family Health Support Centers (NASF) according to GM directive No. 154, of January 24, 2008. METHOD: data were collected through a semi-structured questionnaire applied to the speech therapists who work at NASF in the Metropolitan Region of Recife (RMR). The questionnaire is divided into two axes, one related to the profile of the speech therapists and the other one regarding the activities and organization of the work. RESULTS: it was found that 100% of those surveyed are women, who claim to have experience in low-income communities. 80% of them performed home care service and 60% reported experience in multi- or interdisciplinary work. Regarding the work process of speech therapists at NASF, it was observed that 60% had a diagnosis of the area before starting the work, confirming the agreement with the Health Family Groups (ESF) to prioritize groups. All of them claim to perform integrated actions along with ESF, NASF and social institutions, with projects and intersectoral actions to include people
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