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Movimentos sociais e transforma o societária: concep es teóricas presentes na tradi o marxista Social Movements and Social Transformation: theoretical concepts in the Marxist tradition
Maria Claria Ribeiro Guimares,Eliana Costa Guerra
Revista Katálysis , 2013,
Abstract: Este ensaio tem como objetivo discutir premissas de análise da temática movimentos sociais e transforma o societária presentes na formula o marxista. Para tanto, retoma o pensamento de autores clássicos, em especial, Lênin, Rosa Luxemburgo e Gramsci. Destaca, com base nesses autores, as determina es fundamentais para a análise das lutas sociais da classe trabalhadora, enfatizando a teoria da organiza o, a ampla participa o das massas e a constru o de uma nova hegemonia. The purpose of this essay is to discuss the premises of the analysis of the theme social movements and social transformation found in the Marxist formulation. To do so, it looks at the work of classic authors, particularly Lenin, Rosa Luxemburg and Gramsci. It highlights, based on these authors, the determinations fundamental to the analysis of the social struggles of the working class, emphasizing the theory of organization, the broad participation of the masses and the construction of a new hegemony.
Níveis de proteína bruta em dietas para bovinos de corte: consumo, digestibilidade total e desempenho produtivo
Cavalcante, Maria Andréa Borges;Pereira, Odilon Gomes;Valadares Filho, Sebasti?o de Campos;Ribeiro, Karina Guimares;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982005000300001
Abstract: the intake and total apparent digestibility of dry matter (dm), organic matter (om), crude protein (cp), ether extract (ee), neutral detergent fiber (ndf) and nonfiber carbohydrate (nfc) with and without correction for ashes and crude protein, the weight gain, carcass yield and the food conversion were estimated in beef cattle fed with diets containing four dietary crude protein levels (10.5; 12; 13.5 and 15%), in dry matter base. there were used 24 non-castrated zebus steers, with initial mean live weight of 398.4 kg, and allotted to randomized blocks design with four treatments and six replications. the experiment lasted 78 days and was divided in three periods of 21 days after 15 days of adaptation. the fecal production was estimated by the indigestible acid detergent fiber (iadf), after in situ incubation period for 144 hours. the dietary protein levels, except for the increased cp and the linearly decreased ee and nfc intakes, did not influence the nutrients intake. the total apparent digestibility of nutrients was not influenced by the diets, except for cp and ee, which presented positive and negative linear relations, respectively, with the inclusion of dietary crude protein. the daily mean gain of live weight, carcass yield and food conversion were not also influenced by the diets, recording means values of 1, 074 g/day, 51.43% and 10.01, respectively. based on these results, it is recommended the use of 10.5% of cp in the diet for beef cattle, in the termination phase, with initial live weight close to 400 kg.
Níveis de proteína bruta em dietas para bovinos de corte: parametros ruminais, balan o de compostos nitrogenados e produ o de proteína microbiana
Cavalcante Maria Andréa Borges,Pereira Odilon Gomes,Valadares Filho Sebasti?o de Campos,Ribeiro Karina Guimares
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2006,
Abstract: RESUMO Avaliaram-se o pH e a concentra o de am nia ruminal (N-amoniacal), a taxa de passagem, o balan o de compostos nitrogenados e a produ o de proteína microbiana em novilhos Holandês x Zebu alimentados com dietas contendo quatro níveis de proteína bruta (10,5; 12; 13,5 e 15%), com base na matéria seca. As dietas foram constituídas de 65% de feno de capim-tifton 85 e 35% de concentrado. Foram utilizados quatro bovinos castrados fistulados no rúmen e abomaso, com peso vivo médio inicial de 487,3 kg, distribuídos em um quadrado latino 4 x 4. Cada período experimental teve dura o de 20 dias: dez para adapta o às dietas e dez para coletas. O pH e N-amoniacal foram mensurados no fluido ruminal imediatamente antes e 2, 4, 6 e 8 horas, após o fornecimento da dieta. A taxa de passagem foi determinada pelo modelo unicompartimental, utilizando-se óxido de cromo como indicador. Para determina o da produ o de proteína microbiana, utilizaram-se as bases purinas (RNA) no abomaso como indicador microbiano. A concentra o de am nia e o pH ruminal foram influenciados pelos tempos de coleta, estimando-se valores máximos de 17,43 e 6,54 mg/dL, às 3,62 e 4,17 horas após a alimenta o, respectivamente. A taxa de passagem da digesta n o foi afetada pelas dietas, registrando-se valor médio de 3,69%/h. Os fluxos de compostos nitrogenados no abomaso e a eficiência de síntese microbiana também n o foram afetados pelos níveis de proteína bruta das dietas, ao passo que o balan o de nitrogênio, expresso em g/dia, aumentou linearmente com o incremento de proteína bruta.
Níveis de proteína bruta em dietas para bovinos de corte: consumo e digestibilidades total e parcial dos nutrientes
Cavalcante, Maria Andréa Borges;Pereira, Odilon Gomes;Valadares Filho, Sebasti?o de Campos;Ribeiro, Karina Guimares;Chizzotti, Fernanda Helena Martins;Pereira, Dalton Henrique;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982005000700006
Abstract: the objective of this trial was to study the effects of different dietary levels of crude protein (cp) on intake and apparent total tract, intestinal, and ruminal digestibilities of nutrients in holstein x zebu steers. the diets contained [dry matter (dm) basis]: 10.5, 12, 13.5, or 15% of cp and a forage (tifton 85):concentrate ratio of 65:35. four castrated animals averaging 487.3 kg of body weight at the beginning of the trial and fitted with both abomasum and rumen cannulas were randomly assigned to a 4 x 4 latin square. each experimental period lasted 20 days with 10 days for diet adaptation and 10 days for sample collection (feces, abomasum digesta, ruminal content, and urine). chromium oxide was used as the external marker for determination of fecal excretion. increasing dietary levels of cp did not change significantly the intakes of dry matter (dm), organic matter (om), neutral detergent fiber (ndf), and total digestible nutrients (tdn). however, intake of cp increased while that of ether extract (ee) and non-fiber carbohydrate (nfc) decreased with the increment of dietary cp. apparent total tract digestibilities of dm, om, and cp all increased linearly by increasing the dietary cp from 10.5 to 15%. except for intestinal digestibility of cp that increased 2.77 percentage units for each 1% increment in the diet cp, the different dietary cp levels did not affect intestinal and ruminal digestibilities of all remaining nutrients in the current trial.
Miíase bucal e doen?a de Alzheimer: relato de caso clínico
Ribeiro, Marco Túlio de Freitas;Sanglard-Oliveira, Carla Aparecida;Naves, Marcelo Drummond;Ferreira, Efigênia Ferreira e;Vargas, Andréa Maria Duarte;Abreu, Mauro Henrique Nogueira Guimares;
Revista Brasileira de Geriatria e Gerontologia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1809-98232012000400019
Abstract: myiasis isadiseasecausedby the presenceof fly larvaein the organs and/or tissuesof humans orothervertebrates, and is most oftenseen intropical countries.the occurrence ofmyiasisin the oral cavityis rare.among thepredisposing factorsstand outsenility, neurological impairmentand halitosis. thus, patients withneurodegenerative diseasessuch asalzheimer's disease (ad) are more likely toacquirethis disorder.thispaper reportsacase oforalmyiasis, involving a67-year old patientwith adat an advanced stage, completely dependentfor activitiesof daily living(adl), residing in along-term institution(ilp). the patient suffered from a lack of lip seal and resistance to oral hygiene care. thediagnosis was clinically made,based on the observationof bleedingin the anteriorpalate, detachment of the oral mucosa andpresence oflarvae.we prescribedthe useof ivermectinand the patientwas hospitalized fordebridementof necrotic tissueand removalof the larvae.after hospital discharge, caregivers were orientedabout the use ofmasksby the patient, which was not effectivebecause the patientbegan tobite it,leading to its displacement andre-infestation bymaggots.after treatmentof re-infestation, it was adopted theroutineuse ofdrapery. ad patientsarearisk group fororal myiasis, beingnecessary to directcaregivers and family membersin relation tooral care to prevent this disease.the main treatmentfor the changeis based onmechanical removalof larvae andinstituting the useoforalivermectin.
Imunofenotipagem e avalia??o quantitativa de linfócitos circulantes de bovinos da ra?a Curraleiro
Moraes, Júlia M.;Brito, Luiz A.B.;Moura, Veridiana M.B.D. de;Ribeiro, Carolina S.;Guimares, Victor Y.;Andrade, Diogo F.;Lobo, Joyce R.;Fioravanti, Maria Clorinda S.;
Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-736X2009000400011
Abstract: the aim of this study was to establish an immunological profile by marking and quantification of t and b lymphocytes in curraleiro breed by immunocytochemistry. a total of 116 cattle was used, males and females of different ages, from two farms situated in the goiás state, brazil. the animals were allotted into groups according to age, sex and origin. blood samples were collected and processed in accordance with immunocytochemistry standard technique using lymphoid markers species-specific, as anti-cd3 (mm1a - bocd3) and anti-lb (lctb16a-clone b-b14), for t and b lymphocyte counting, respectively. the data were submitted to descriptive statistics, and to kruskall wallis and mann-whitney tests. the results showed decreased levels of leukocytes, lymphocytes, t lymphocytes and b lymphocytes along the age advance. absolute values of leukocytes, lymphocytes and t lymphocytes were higher in males than females. none of the evaluated parameters were affected by differences of the management carried out at the two farms.
Níveis de proteína bruta em dietas para bovinos de corte: parametros ruminais, balan?o de compostos nitrogenados e produ??o de proteína microbiana
Cavalcante, Maria Andréa Borges;Pereira, Odilon Gomes;Valadares Filho, Sebasti?o de Campos;Ribeiro, Karina Guimares;Pacheco, Leonardo Bruno B.;Araújo, Diogo;Lemos, Vinicius Manoel C.;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982006000100026
Abstract: the objective of this trial was to investigate the effects of different dietary crude protein levels (10.5, 12, 13.5, and 15%) on ruminal ph, ruminal concentration of ammonia nitrogen, ruminal passage rate, nitrogen balance, and microbial protein synthesis in holstein x zebu steers. diets contained 65% of tifton 85 bermudagrass hay and 35% of concentrate. four castrated steers averaging 487.3 kg of initial body weight and fitted with ruminal and abomasal cannulas were randomly assigned to a 4 x 4 latin square design. each experimental period lasted 20 days with 10 days for diet adaptation and 10 days for sample collection. ruminal fluid was collected before (0 h) and at 2, 4, 6 and 8 h after feeding for determination of both ruminal ph and ammonia-n. ruminal passage rate was determined according to a unicompartmental model using chromic oxide as the external marker while abomasal purine bases (rna) were used as the internal markers for measuring microbial protein synthesis. ruminal ph and ammonia-n concentration were affected by sampling time with measured maximum values of 6.54 and 17.43 mg/dl at 3.62 and 4.17 h after feeding, respectively. digesta passage rate did not differ significantly averaging 3.69 %/h across diets. similarly, abomasal flow of n compounds as well as microbial efficiency were not affected by different dietary crude protein levels while nitrogen balance expressed in g/day increased linearly when the crude protein content increased from 10.5% to 15% in the diet.
Informa o em movimento: Produ o e organiza o do conhecimento
Marteleto, Regina Maria,Ribeiro, Leila Beatriz,Guimares, Cátia
Civitas , 2002,
Abstract: O conhecimento, a informa o e a comunica o foram o paradigma da estrutura e do funcionamento das sociedades atuais. Tomando por base a pressuposto de que o conhecimento é sempre contextualiza o pelas condi es que o tornam possível, e que ele só progride na medida em que transforma essas mesmas condi es, estudam-se os movimentos sociais e as entidades representativas da sociedade, como as organiza es n o-governamentais, enquanto espa os de produ o, organiza o e inova o de conhecimentos. Cenários de disputas simbólicas onde se confrontam matrizes cognitivas e políticas diferenciadas, nesses espa os formam-se a cada vez, múltiplas configura es de comunica o e informa o, que apontam para novas formas de organizar os conhecimentos na sociedade, com sentido emancipatório. A idéia de terceiro conhecimento é construída para estudar as redes de produ o de sentidos assim constituídas.
Análise comparativa inicial de critérios oncológicos de 120 pacientes submetidos a cirurgias colorretais por via laparot?mica (60 pacientes) e por via videolaparoscópica (60 pacientes) para cancer colorretal no Programa de Pós-gradua??o sensu lato pelo Grupo de Coloproctologia de Belo Horizonte
Constantino, José Roberto Monteiro;Neves, Peterson Martins;Lima Junior, Antonio Carlos Barros;Rodrigues, Fabio Gontijo;Santos, Guilherme de Almeida;Coutinho, Caroline Pinto;Faria, Flavia Fontes;Oliveira, Rodrigo Guimares;Silva, Estevan Guillermo Vigil Verastegui;Braga, áurea Cássia Gualbeto;Ferreira, Renata Magali Ribeiro Silluzio;Alvarenga, Isabella Mendon?a;Lanna, David de;Teixeira, Ricardo Guimares;Valle Junior, Heraldo Neves;Leite, Sinara M?nica Oliveira;Costa, Luciana Maria Pyramo;Silva, Ilson Geraldo da;Cruz, Geraldo Magela Gomes da;
Revista Brasileira de Coloproctologia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-98802011000200010
Abstract: the objective was to undertake a careful review of a consecutive series of 120 patients with colorectal cancer approached by laparoscopic surgery (video-group, 60 patients) and by laparotomy (lap-group, 60 patients), during 12 months (may 2009 to may 2010). the average age was 58 years and 58.8 years in group-lap and 57.3 years in video-group, the majority being females in both groups (lap-group - 55.0% and video-group - 61.7%, general mean 58.3 years). all patients in both groups underwent colonoscopy and biopsy with histopathologic diagnosis of adenocarcinoma. as far as distribution of tumors in the large intestine in lap-group, 43 tumors were located in the rectum, rectosigmoid and sigmoid colon (71.7%) versus 45 in video-group (75.0%), but with differences between low rectum (lap-group 13,3%, video-group 16.7%) and upper rectum (lap-group 30.0%, video-group 16.7%), sigmoid and rectosigmoid (lap-group 28.4%, video-group 41.6%). the most performed surgery was abdominal rectosigmoidectomy (lap-group 27 cases, 45.0%; and video-group 33 cases, 55,0%), followed by right hemicolectomy (lap-group 16 cases, 26,6%; and video-group 13 cases, 21.7%). the extensions of the surgical specimens were greater in lap-group (mean 46.1 cm vs. 30.0 cm in video-group), but due to higher number of surgeries that resulted in longer specimens. when comparing same surgical techniques, the difference does not persist as in cases of retosigmoidectomy (lap-group with 32 cases, mean 28.2 cm; and video-group with 39 cases, mean 26.6 cm). with regard to tnm staging t3n0m0, tumors was the most common in lap-group with 30 cases (50.0%) and video-group with 35 cases (58.4%). regarding the lymph nodes count in surgical specimens, no difference was noted: total of 810 lymph nodes in specimens of lap-group with a mean of 13.5 nodes per specimen, and total of 862 lymph nodes in video-group with an average of 14.3 nodes per specimen. no difference was noted in relation to the count of lymph nodes in su
Genetic Diversity of Uropathogenic Escherichia coli Isolated from Human T Lymphotropic Virus Type I (HTLV-I) Infected Individuals  [PDF]
Andréia Santos Silva, Elizabeth de Souza Neves, Maria Cristina Louren?o, Márcia dos Santos Guimares, Debora Ribeiro de Souza Santos, Adriana Hamond Regua-Mangia
Advances in Infectious Diseases (AID) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/aid.2016.64020
Abstract: Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a frequent pathology among HTLV-I+ individuals being capable of severely compromising the kidneys and bladder. Molecular characteristics of uropathogenic Escherichia coli (UPEC) from HTLV-I+ infected individuals are unknown. UPEC isolates from HTVL-I+ individuals, with and without clinical symptoms of myelopathy, were submitted to genetic typing seeking to infer bacterial diversity and potential virulence. 71 bacterial isolates were characterized according to random amplified polymorphic DNA and phylotypes. Phylotyping classified E. coli into four phylogenetic groups: A (18.3%), B1 (16.9%), B2 (39.4%), and D (25.3%) and 8 phylotypes according to the presence of the genetic sequences chuA, yjaA and the DNA fragment TSPE4.C2: (5.6%) and + (12.6%) in phylogroup A, + (7.0%) and ++ (9.8%) in B1, +++ (32.3%) and ++ (7.0%) in B2, + (15.4%) and ++ (9.8%) in D. The B2 phylogroup was the most prevalent among HTLV associated myelopathy and asymptomatic individuals. RAPD-PCR typing revealed a high degree of bacterial polymorphism indicating a non-clonal origin. Genotypes were not found to be distributed according to clinical status or epidemiological features. Our results lead us to suggest that the neurological impairment in HTLV-I+ individuals can be a risk factor for urinary infections due E. coli which are caused by distinct bacterial lineages.
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