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O verde da economia no campo: desafios à pesquisa e às políticas públicas para a promo??o da saúde no avan?o da moderniza??o agrícola
Rigotto,Raquel Maria; Carneiro,Fernando Ferreira; Marinho,Alice Maria Correia Pequeno; Rocha,Mayara Melo; Ferreira,Marcelo José Monteiro; Pessoa,Vanira Matos; Teixeira,Ana Cláudia de Araújo; Silva,Maria de Lourdes Vicente da; Braga,Lara de Queiroz Viana; Teixeira,Maiana Maia;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232012000600017
Abstract: in this paper, we ask ourselves who should, can and has the will to promote health in the rural zone today. the fields of science and public policy were chosen as our primary focus of dialogue conducted from the perspective of the right to health and a healthy environment. seven lessons emerged: (1) in addition to the surveillance of isolated chemical risks, the relation between agrochemicals and health should be investigated in the context of conservative agricultural modernization; (2) it is mandatory and urgent to discover the health problems related to the use of agrochemicals; (3) the state has been successful in its support of agribusiness, but highly inefficient at enforcing policies to safeguard social rights; (4) sectors of society linked to rural organizations have played an important role in the public policies combating agrochemicals and protecting health; (5) studies must help deconstruct the myths surrounding the green revolution model; (6) we are faced with the challenge of contributing to the construction of an emerging scientific paradigm founded on an ethical-political commitment to the most vulnerable social elements; (7) rural communities are creating agro-ecological alternatives for life in semiarid areas.
Publica es periódicas da Sociedade Brasileira de Reumatologia: uma vis o pessoal
Mario Viana de Queiroz
Revista Brasileira de Reumatologia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/s0482-50042007000500004
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Efeitos da inclus?o de farelo do resíduo de manga no desempenho de frangos de corte de 1 a 42 dias
Vieira, Patrícia Aparecida Fontes;Queiroz, José Humberto de;Albino, Luiz Fernando Teixeira;Moraes, George Henrique Kling de;Barbosa, Anderson de Almeida;Müller, Elisa Sialino;Viana, Maurício Tárcio dos Santos;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982008001200014
Abstract: an experiment was carried out to evaluate the use of residue mango (mangifera indica l., var. ubá) meal (rmm) in diets of broiler chickens from 1 to 42 days old. a total of 600 male ross chicks were distributed to a completely randomized design, with 5 diets and with 6 repetitions of 20 birds each. diets consisted of the inclusion of 0.0, 2.5, 5.0, 7.5 and 10.0% of rmm in diets based on corn and soybean meal. feed consumption, average daily weight gain, feed conversion ratio and productive efficiency index were evaluated. in the period from 1 to 42 days, there was no effect of rmm levels in feed consumption. average daily weight gain and feed conversion ratio was not also affected by inclusion of 2.5 and 5.0% of rmm in the diet. the inclusion up to 5% of residue of mango meal in the diet did not affect the performance of chickens in the period from 1 to 42 days old.
Síndrome de Sj?gren primária: manifesta??es exócrinas e n?o exócrinas
Mu?oz, Maria da Gra?a Henriques da Concei??o Negr?o Sequeira;Castel?o, Walter Carlos Baptista;Saraiva, Fernando Manuel Diamantino;Costa, José Carlos Teixeira da;Queiroz, Mário Fernando Oliveira Viana de;
Revista Brasileira de Reumatologia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0482-50042004000200005
Abstract: objective: to characterize the exocrine and non-exocrine clinical disease manifestations of 74 patients with primary sj?gren's syndrome (pss). methods: retrospective study of pss patients according to the new 2002 american-european criteria, followed in the hospital santa maria, rheumatology outpatient clinics, in the last 25 years (mean follow-up of 7.7 years). results: all patients presented surface exocrine disease, especially xerostomia and keratoconjunctivitis sicca. internal organ exocrine disease was found in 25 patients (33.8%), whilst only one patient (1.4%) developed monoclonal b lymphocyte disease (pulmonary pseudolymphoma). fifty-five patients (74.3%) also displayed non-exocrine manifestations, in particular inflammatory mediator-induced disease (68.9%). inflammatory vascular disease was present in 54% of patients and noninflammatory vascular disease in 27%. autoimmune thyroiditis was found in 5 patients (6.8%). conclusions: the disease is dominated by oral and ocular involvement, while severe organic manifestations are less frequent. this classification model allows a comparison of patients with physiopathological abnormalities and offers the possibility of finding markers of activity/cronicity related to them.
Adverse Socioeconomic Conditions and Oocyst-Related Factors Are Associated with Congenital Toxoplasmosis in a Population-Based Study in Minas Gerais, Brazil
Ericka Viana Machado Carellos, Gláucia Manzan Queiroz de Andrade, Daniel Vitor Vasconcelos-Santos, José Nélio Januário, Roberta Maia Castro Romanelli, Mery Natali Silva Abreu, Fabiana Maria da Silva, Ivy Rosa Coelho Loures, Juliana Queiroz de Andrade, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa, UFMG Congenital Toxoplasmosis Brazilian Group (UFMG CTBG)
PLOS ONE , 2014, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0088588
Abstract: Objective Congenital toxoplasmosis is a public health problem in Brazil. This study aimed to determine risk factors associated with congenital toxoplasmosis in Minas Gerais which is the second largest Brazilian State based on number of inhabitants, and its territorial extension is larger than that of France. Methods: Population-based case-control study to assess the association between congenital toxoplasmosis and maternal exposure to infection risk factors. The study included mothers/children participating in the Minas Gerais Newborn Screening Program. The cases consisted of 175 mothers of infected children, and the controls consisted of 278 mothers of children without suspected infection. The associations were assessed through binomial logistic regression with p≤0.05. Results The variables associated with lower probability of toxoplasmosis were: older mother age (OR = 0.89; CI95% = 0.85–0.93), higher level of education (OR = 0.85; CI95% = 0.78–0.92), access to potable water (OR = 0.21; CI95% = 0.08–0.51), and home with flush toilet (OR = 0.18; CI95% = 0.04–078). The variables associated with higher probability of infection were: cats in the neighborhood (OR = 2.27; CI95% = 1.27–4.06), owning or visiting homes with domestic cats (OR = 1.90; CI95% = 1.09–3.31), handling the soil (OR = 2.29; CI95% = 1.32–3.96), and eating fresh meat not previously frozen (OR = 3.97; CI95% = 2.17–7.25). After stratification according region of residence (rural or urban/peri-urban), home with flush toilet and consumption of treated water were protective against the disease only in the rural stratum. Conclusions In Minas Gerais, congenital toxoplasmosis has been associated with poor socioeconomic conditions. Considering maternal exposure to sources of Toxoplasma gondii, the predominating risk factors were those related to the ingestion of oocysts. It is expected that these results will contribute to development of a program for prevention of congenital toxoplasmosis adapted to the reality of the population of Minas Gerais. The differences between populations living in rural and urban areas regarding the main risk factors for toxoplasmosis point to the need of considering regional specificities in planning strategies to control congenital toxoplasmosis.
Prenatal Curcumin Administration Reverses Behavioral and Neurochemical Effects and Decreases iNOS and COX-2 Expressions in Ischemic Rat Pups
Maria Valéria Leimig Telles,Maria Elizabeth Pereira Nobre,Lucas Parente Alencar,Keicy Parente de Siqueira,Ada Maria Farias Sousa Borges,Márnya Wellysa Leite Tavares,Isabelle Bernardo Alves,Lara Soares Duarte,Natália Kelly Rodrigues de Lacerda,Glaura Fernandes Teixeira de Alcantara,Débora Amado Scerni,Kelly Rose Tavares Neves,Glauce Socorro de Barros Viana
International Journal of Brain Science , 2014, DOI: 10.1155/2014/907581
Abstract: The objectives were to evaluate alterations in ischemic rat pups, from dams administered with curcumin (25 and 50?mg/kg). Ten-day-old male pups were subjected or not (SO) to brain ischemia and reperfusion, for 1, 7, and 14 days (this last group was submitted to behavioral evaluation). After that, pups were euthanized for determinations of striatal DA and DOPAC in SO, ischemic from untreated (ICUD) or curcumin treated (ICTD) dams, as well as hippocampal immunohistochemistry assays for iNOS and COX-2 and cresyl violet staining. At the 14th postischemia day, the ICUD group showed increased locomotor activity and rearing behavior, which were reversed in ICTD animals. ICUD pups presented decreased striatal DA and DOPAC levels, relatively to SO, mainly at the 1st postischemia day, but also at the 7th and 14th days which were partially reversed in ICTD pups. A greater number of viable neurons were observed in ICTD, as related to the ICUD group. Ischemia increased iNOS and COX-2 expressions, in CA1 and CA3 areas, at the 1st, 7th, and 14th postischemia days, and these effects were minimized in ICTD pups. In conclusion, the prenatal curcumin treatment was shown to be neuroprotective where the drug anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects probably play a role. 1. Introduction Cerebral ischemia is a very common cerebrovascular disease and one leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide, whose complex pathology includes inflammatory events, as aggregation of inflammatory cells and upregulation of cytokines [1]. Furthermore, hypoxic-ischemic brain damage is a major cause of acute mortality and chronic neurologic morbidity, in infants and children. Much of our understanding on mechanisms of hypoxic-ischemic brain damage and potential therapeutic interventions derive from experimental models in the adult animal. It is accepted that a cerebral hypoxic-ischemic event of sufficient severity to deplete tissue energy reserves is rapidly followed by acidosis, glutamate excitotoxicity, generation of reactive oxygen species, and oxidative stress, followed by prolonged periods of delayed cell death and inflammation [2]. However, direct application of adult brain findings to the newborn animal is not a simple task, since the immature brain is generally considered resistant to the damaging effects of hypoxia and ischemia. At the same time, the immature brain exhibits periods of heightened sensitivity to injury, dependent upon the brain specific developmental stage [2]. Cerebral ischemia causes disturbances in a variety of cellular and molecular mechanisms, including
Revis?o de Ceyxia Girault, stat. rev. (Hymenoptera, Chalcididae, Brachymeriini)
Andrade, Tathiana Viana de;Tavares, Marcelo Teixeira;
Revista Brasileira de Entomologia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0085-56262009000400004
Abstract: the genus ceyxia girault has its status revalidated and 27 species are assembled under it. seven species previously described are diagnosed (or redescribed) and discussed and 20 new species are described. ceyxia flaviscapus girault, 1911 and c. ventrispinosa girault, 1911 stat. rev. were originally combined with ceyxia and following are new combinations: c. belfragei (crawford, 1910) comb. nov., stat. rev.; c. concitator (walker, 1862) comb. nov.; c. decreta (walker, 1862) comb. nov.; c. dorsalis (walker, 1861) comb. nov.; and c. villosa (olivier, 1790) comb. nov. ceyxia paraguayensis girault, 1911 is proposed as junior synonymy of ceyxia flaviscapus girault, 1911. the new species are: c. acutigaster sp. nov.; c. amazonica sp. nov.; c. atuberculata sp. nov.; c. bellissima sp. nov.; c. dentiformis sp. nov.; c. diminuta sp. nov.; c. fusidentata sp. nov.; c. gibbosa sp. nov.; c. laminata sp. nov.; c. laticlipeata sp. nov.; c. latilabra sp. nov.; c. longiarticulata sp. nov.; c. longiscutellaris sp. nov.; c. longispina sp. nov.; c. nigropetiolata sp. nov.; c. paraensis sp. nov.; c. parvidentata sp. nov.; c. perparva sp. nov.; c. pseudovillosa sp. nov.; and c. tibiodilatata sp. nov. host relationships of some species of the genus are presented. a key to species of the genus is also included.
Regularity for degenerate two-phase free boundary elliptic problems
Olivaine S. de Queiroz,Eduardo V. Teixeira
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: This paper deals with regularity theory for two-phase free boundary variational problems ruled by degenerate elliptic operators.
O currículo em educa o de jovens e adultos em Maceió na perspectiva de rede temática
Adriana Rocely Viana da Rocha,Marinaide Lima de Queiroz Freitas
Revista Brasileira de Educa??o de Jovens e Adultos , 2013,
Abstract: Nestes escritos, enfatizamos a experiência de uma proposta curricular na perspectiva de rede temática no II segmento da Educa o de Jovens e Adultos, em Maceió, em escolas públicas municipais. é uma investiga o de base qualitativa, que se utilizou da entrevista e de grupo focal, que permitiram, por meio das vozes e dos olhares dos sujeitos envolvidos, a análise dos avan os e limites dessa experiência curricular. Os avan os evidenciados ficaram no plano político-pedagógico, principalmente em fun o do comprometimento dos atores envolvidos. Os limites ficaram por conta dos condicionantes institucionais, que para serem superados, requer que os gestores públicos assumam, de fato, uma política educacional voltada para as camadas populares na rede pública municipal de educa o de Maceió
Regularity for degenerate two-phase free boundary problems
Raimundo Leit?o,Olivaine S. de Queiroz,Eduardo V. Teixeira
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: We provide a rather complete description of the sharp regularity theory for a family of heterogeneous, two-phase variational free boundary problems, $\mathcal{J}_\gamma \to $ min, ruled by nonlinear, $p$-degenerate elliptic operators. Included in such family are heterogeneous cavitation problems of Prandtl-Batchelor type; singular degenerate elliptic equations; and obstacle type systems. The Euler-Lagrange equation associated to $\mathcal{J}_\gamma$ becomes singular along the free interface $\{u= 0\}$. The degree of singularity is, in turn, dimed by the parameter $\gamma \in [0,1]$. For $0< \gamma < 1$ we show local minima is locally of class $C^{1,\alpha}$ for a sharp $\alpha$ that depends on dimension, $p$ and $\gamma$. For $\gamma = 0$ we obtain a quantitative, asymptotically optimal result, which assures that local minima are Log-Lipschitz continuous. The results proven in this article are new even in the classical context of linear, nondegenerate equations.
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