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Extrapyramidal side effects as a consequence of treatment with neuroleptics
Wanessa Alves Frederico,Seizi Oga,Maria de Lourdes Rabelo Pequeno,Shirley Fumi Taniguchi
Einstein (S?o Paulo) , 2008,
Abstract: Objective: To check the occurrence of extrapyramidal side effects inpatients receiving neuroleptic drugs, how these effects are treated,and to observe the occurrence of hallucinations caused by treatmentof extrapyramidal symptoms. Methods: The present study analyzedmedical records and interviewed 39 schizophrenic patients beingtreated in a public primary care clinic located in the southern partof the city of S o Paulo, who had previously agreed to participatein the project. Results: Among 39 patients studied, 85% presentedextrapyramidal symptoms. Of these, 69.7% were treated for theside effects, 73.9% were treated with biperiden and 26.09% hadtheir neuroleptic drug reduced. Out of those patients treated withbiperiden, 70.5% had side effects, such as hallucination and delusion,blurred vision, somnolence and verbal memory deficit. Conclusions:The majority of patients (85%) undergoing treatment with neurolepticdrugs developed motor side effects. When these extrapyramidalsymptoms were treated with central action anticholinergic drugs(biperiden), hallucination and/or delusion occurred in 52.94% ofpatients – probably because of increased dopaminergic activity asa consequence of cholinergic activity reduction caused by biperidenin the mesocortical and mesolimbic pathways.
Características físicas e químicas do habitat da Biomphalaria tenagophila (Mollusca, Planorbidae)
Grisolia, Maria de Lourdes Machado;Freitas, José Rabelo de;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1985, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761985000200016
Abstract: samples of water and snails collected through aleatory scoops in a small dam were done to obtain data concerning the physical and chemical characteristics of the water and their possible influence on biological aspects of the life cycle of snails. among the 17 analysed parameters, alkalinity and conductivity showed a positive correlation with the density of b. tenagophila (r = +0.224 and r = +0.290), while co2 and acidity were negatively correlated with this populacional parameter (r = -0.592 and 0.601). alkalinity and total hardness values were slightly higher than 100 mg/l caco3. chlorides and conductivity showed means of 94.9 ± 38.7 and 680.1 ± 643 micros/cm; these values are very high for that region. other factors like ph and od are according to the pattern for provision untreated waters. the density of b. tenagophila declined in the 6th month after a long period of torrential rains and in the rainy summers. in the colder months of the following year the density was higher (until 124 individuals/months/90 scoops). the monthly mean of the diameters of the snails was always larger than 13 mm, reaching 21.4 ± 4.1 mm, but the mode was about 17 mm. there was no correlation between diameter/density (r = 0.037) and density/temperature (r = 0.065).
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.
Human chronic chagasic cardiopathy: participation of parasite antigens, subsets of lymphocytes, cytokines and microvascular abnormalities
Higuchi, Maria de Lourdes;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761999000700044
Abstract: this article tries to demonstrate by new pathological findings (with the use of immunohistochemical technique and confocal laser microscopy) that chronic chagasic cardiomyopathy is a result of multiple factors involving myocarditis, immunodepression, severe fibrosis and microvessels dilatation and that all of these alterations are probably directly related with the presence of trypanosoma cruzi parasites in the host associated with inadequate immunological response of the host.
Gênero e desejo: a inteligência estraga a mulher?
Borges, Maria de Lourdes;
Revista Estudos Feministas , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-026X2005000300012
Abstract: in this paper i analyze the idea that intelligence is a male erotic attribute, while beauty is what makes woman attractive. i begin by immanuel kant, an 18th century philosopher, according to whom an intelligent woman may have the admiration of men, but not their desire. more than that, an intelligent, yet beautiful woman would lose her power over men, because intelligence can ruin woman attractiveness. i show that this apparently old vision is still alive today. many authors nowadays support the view that what makes a woman's attractive for man is beauty, intelligence being negative or indifferent for attraction. some even assign this idea to a natural essence of man and woman. i will challenge this view, showing that beauty has a cultural aspect and that we cannot appeal to a non-historical essence of human being.
Endomyocardial biopsy in Chagas' heart disease: pathogenetic contributions
Higuchi, Maria de Lourdes;
Sao Paulo Medical Journal , 1995, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-31801995000200013
Abstract: endomyocardial biopsy procedure has been performed in many centers around the world, allowing a better treatment and follow up of the patients with myocardial disease. in chagas' disease, it has been performed in s?o paulo heart institute since 1978 and has brought important contributions to the understanding of the disease and consequently of the patient's clinical stage. in the present work we summarize the principal findings regarding the pathogenesis of chagas' disease obtained mainly from the studies using endomyocardial biopsy specimens. nowadays we do not have doubts that the inflammatory infiltrate aggressing myocardial fibers has fundamental role in the progression of the myocardial damage in chagas' disease what culminates in chronic heart failure. the parasite seems to have active participation in the maintenance of such myocardial inflammation.
O Problema do Mal na Teodicéia de Leibiniz
Maria de Lourdes Borges
Princípios : Revista de Filosofia , 1995,
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Human chronic chagasic cardiopathy: participation of parasite antigens, subsets of lymphocytes, cytokines and microvascular abnormalities
Higuchi Maria de Lourdes
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1999,
Abstract: This article tries to demonstrate by new pathological findings (with the use of immunohistochemical technique and confocal laser microscopy) that chronic chagasic cardiomyopathy is a result of multiple factors involving myocarditis, immunodepression, severe fibrosis and microvessels dilatation and that all of these alterations are probably directly related with the presence of Trypanosoma cruzi parasites in the host associated with inadequate immunological response of the host.
CHRONIC CHAGASIC CARDIOPATHY: THE PRODUCT OF A TURBULENT HOST-PARASITE RELATIONSHIP
HIGUCHI Maria de Lourdes
Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de S?o Paulo , 1997,
Abstract: The pathogenesis of chronic chagasic cardiopathy is still a debated matter. In this review, the main theories raised about it since the first description of the disease in 1909 by Carlos Chagas, are considered. The scarcity of T.cruzi parasites into the myocardium and the apparent lack of correlation between their presence and the occurrence of myocardial inflammatory infiltrate, have originated many theories indicating that chronic Chagas' cardiopathy is an autoimmune disease. Recently however, papers using immunohistochemical technique or PCR have demonstrated a strong association between moderate or severe myocarditis and presence of T.cruzi Ags, indicating a direct participation of the parasite in the genesis of chronic chagasic myocarditis. Different patterns of cytokine production seem to have important role in the outcome of the disease. Participation of the microcirculatory alterations and fibrosis as well as the relationship with the parasite are also emphasized. Finally, the author suggests that the indeterminate form of the disease occurs when the host immunological response against the parasite is more efficient while the chronic cardiopathy occurs in patients with hyperergic and inefficient immune response
The Laboratory of the Dramaturge and Studies on Theatrical Genetics: experiments
Maria de Lourdes Rabetti
Revista Brasileira de Estudos da Presen?a , 2011,
Abstract: This study is situated in the field of Theatrical Genetics and deals with the presence of the dramaturge in action. It assesses the relevance and uniqueness of the process of textual migration toward the theatrical scene caused by the combined exercises of translation and dramaturgy developed between the years 1985 and 1991 by Companhia de Encena o Teatral from the city of Rio de Janeiro. It updates and comments on accumulated experiences in the creation of a number of spectacles as a result of a long and continuous creative process. Theoretically, therefore, this text aims to understand Theatrical Genetics through the eyes of the dramaturge, the theatre historian.
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