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Facoemulsifica o versus extra o extracapsular manual do cristalino: análise de custos
Kara-José Junior Newton,Avakian Amaryllis,Lower Leda Mine Takei,Rocha Ana Maria
Arquivos Brasileiros de Oftalmologia , 2004,
Abstract: OBJETIVO: Avaliar aspectos clínicos e econ micos da cirurgia de catarata pela técnica de facoemulsifica o, quando comparada à técnica de extra o extracapsular do cristalino no Hospital das Clínicas da Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de S o Paulo. MéTODOS: Estudo prospectivo em que foram selecionados consecutivamente 162 pacientes, portadores de catarata senil, atendidos em projetos comunitários para identifica o e posterior tratamento da catarata (Projetos-Catarata), que atenderam aos critérios de inclus o para o estudo. Esses projetos foram realizados pelo Hospital das Clínicas, entre outubro de 2001 e junho de 2002. Os pacientes selecionados foram randomizados para comporem dois grupos, que seriam submetidos à cirurgia de catarata pela técnica de facoemulsifica o e de extra o extracapsular. RESULTADOS: Nas condi es do estudo, a técnica de facoemulsifica o permitiu o uso de anestesia tópica, reduziu o número de retornos e o tempo de dura o do período pós-operatório. A utiliza o da facoemulsifica o tornou a cirurgia mais rápida, otimizou o centro cirúrgico e apresentou vantagens econ micas para o hospital. CONCLUS O: No tocante às condi es do Hospital das Clínicas, os custos totais da cirurgia de catarata mediante a técnica de facoemulsifica o s o maiores do que os custos com a técnica de extra o extracapsular; e a remunera o efetuada pelo Sistema único de Saúde para a cirurgia por facoemulsifica o confere maiores vantagens econ micas ao hospital do que a cirurgia por extra o extracapsular.
Facoemulsifica??o versus extra??o extracapsular manual do cristalino: análise de custos
Kara-José Junior, Newton;Avakian, Amaryllis;Lower, Leda Mine Takei;Rocha, Ana Maria;Cursino, Marcio;Alves, Milton Ruiz;
Arquivos Brasileiros de Oftalmologia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-27492004000300021
Abstract: purpose: to evaluate the clinical and economic aspects of cataract surgery by phacoemulsification, when compared to extracapsular extraction. methods: a prospective study on 162 subjects was carried out at the "hospital das clínicas", medical school of the university of s?o paulo in 2002. the subjects who had cataract were randomized for surgery by phacoemulsification and by extracapsular extraction. results: in this study, phacoemulsification technique allowed the use of local anesthesia. the number of follow-up visits and the postoperative time offered quick visual restoration and clinical discharge. the use of phacoemulsification in the "hospital das clínicas" of the medical school of the university of s?o paulo contributed to quick surgery, optimized the surgery theater and showed cost-effective advantages for the hospital. conclusion: according to the conditions of the "hospital das clínicas" of the medical school of the university of s?o paulo, we concluded that the total costs of cataract surgery by phacoemulsification are higher than those by extracapsular extraction, and surgery fees offered by the public health service to the "hospital das clínicas" of the medical school of the university of s?o paulo have shown more cost-effective advantages for phacoemulsification than for extracapsular extraction.
Descolamento viteliforme macular associado a drusas da lamina basal: relato de caso
Bonanomi, Maria Teresa Brizzi Chizzotti;Maia Júnior, Otacílio de Oliveira;Lower, Leda Mine Takei;Nakashima, Yoshitaka;
Arquivos Brasileiros de Oftalmologia , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-27492006000200025
Abstract: the vitelliform macular lesion is usually observed in best's disease and the adult type of foveomacular dystrophy. we describe a rare case of macular vitelliform lesion in association with basal laminar drusen. the patient has been followed at the hospital das clínicas da faculdade de medicina da universidade de s?o paulo for the last four years. the differential diagnosis, clinical evolution, pathogenesis and treatment of this rare condition are discussed.
New prevalence estimate of TT virus (TTV) infection in low- and high-risk population from S o Paulo, Brazil
BASSIT Leda,TAKEI Kioko,HOSHINO-SHIMIZU Sumie,NISHIYA Anna S.
Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de S?o Paulo , 2002,
Abstract: The prevalence of TT virus (TTV) infection was investigated by Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) in low- (blood donors and healthy children/adolescents) and high-risk (hemophiliacs) groups from S o Paulo, Brazil. Primers based on the untranslated region (UTR) of the viral genome proved to be much more ubiquitous, leading to much higher frequencies for both groups ( > or = 81%) than the earlier N22-PCR directed to the open reading frame 1 (blood donors, 5.5%, and hemophiliacs, 42.3%). The UTR-PCR also revealed an interesting profile for healthy children/adolescents: very high prevalence at the early years and significant decrease in male teenagers. The N22-PCR, in turn, demonstrated higher frequency in hemophiliacs treated with fresh blood products (58%), than in those treated with virus-inactivated clotting factors (9.4%) and blood donors (5.5%).
GOLD2012—6th International Conference on Gold Science, Technology and its Applications, September 5–8, 2012, Keio Plaza Hotel, Tokyo, Japan
Takashi Takei
Gold Bulletin , 2012, DOI: 10.1007/s13404-012-0055-8
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Teaching Effectiveness and Educational Components in Business Education for Liberal Arts Students
Hideki Takei
International Journal of Education , 2011, DOI: 10.5296/ije.v3i1.671
Abstract: When we teach business courses for liberal arts students, our challenges will be how we can effectively teach students who have different majors, years, interests, and backgrounds in the same class. For example, if we focus on business major students, we may lose other students from different majors. This problem will appear in two critical educational components for liberal arts students, which are teaching and mentoring. This means that we will need two things. One is teaching effectiveness in a whole class and the other is mentoring effectiveness for individual students in the class. Therefore, we must consider class management and individual-level treatments of students carefully in order to improve teaching effectiveness for liberal arts students. In this paper, our goal is to propose such a comprehensive education model particularly for instructors who teach business courses for liberal arts students. We propose our own comprehensive model based on various literature reviews and empirical studies. Then, we research on effectiveness of our model empirically. Particularly, we try to test if our model could satisfy both teaching and mentoring effectiveness in order to validate our theoretical arguments and this initial educational model for liberal arts students. This study will give us a clearer picture of the comprehensive business education model to make teaching more effective for liberal arts students.
Measuring Success Factors of Local Employee Management in Slovakia and Bulgaria
Hideki Takei
Research in Applied Economics , 2011, DOI: 10.5296/rae.v3i1.565
Abstract: There have been various researches for managers to make post-FDI operations successful. Areas of such researches include corporate governance, marketing, financing, production, distribution and logistics, supply chain management and human resource management (HRM). However, generally speaking, managers should focus on establishing effective organizations at the beginning of the post-FDI operations. Particularly, since FDI brings a high level of cultural diversity into organizations, knowing how to deal with local employees will be critical for expatriates as managers. This research focuses on finding implications for manages to establish good labor relations with Slovak and Bulgarian employees in the post-FDI operations. This is important for managers because (1) FDIs in these countries have increased continuously and (2) local employees in the two nations have been familiar with foreign style management in somehow someway. Our goals are (1) to find opinions of local employees in Slovakia and Bulgaria and (2) to make several suggestions for managers to create better labor relations with the local employees.
Strategic Frameworks of Ethic Management in MNEs: Theoretical Discussions and Model Development
Hideki Takei
Journal of Management Research , 2011, DOI: 10.5296/jmr.v3i2.560
Abstract: Our proposed framework of strategic ethics management is assumed to improve both economic and ethical goals of Multinational Enterprises (MNEs). Especially, we considered financial values of these two mutually exclusive objectives so that this framework will allow MNEs to consider financial performance of business operations and ethical business conducts. With positive correlation between ethical business conducts and long-term financial performances, the strategic ethics management should be able to use business ethics as competitive advantages in global operations to increase long-term profitability.
On modular forms of weight 2 and representations of PSL(2, Z / pZ)
Luiz Takei
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: This is essentially a translated (and explained) version of a peper Hecke published in 1930 where he shows, for a prime q, a relation between the class number h(-q) and the representation of PSL(2, Z / pZ) on the space of holomorphic differentials of X(q).
Interaction between Chronic Inflammation and Oral HPV Infection in the Etiology of Head and Neck Cancers
Mine Tezal
International Journal of Otolaryngology , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/575242
Abstract: Incidences of oral tongue, base of the tongue, and tonsil cancers have been increasing steadily in many parts of the world in spite of declining rates of tobacco use over the last four decades. A better understanding of the etiology, interactions between risk factors, and new approaches to prevention and treatment are necessary to change this course. This paper will present evidence supporting a potential role of chronic inflammation in the etiologies of oral human papillomavirus infection and head and neck squamous cell carcinoma, and it will discuss the implications for prevention and treatment.
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