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Estudo Morfométrico do Epitélio e do Estroma Mamário sob Tratamento com Anticoncepcional Hormonal Combinado Oral
Mattia Nara Fabrícia de
Revista Brasileira de Ginecologia e Obstetrícia , 2001,
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Review: Roger Chartier, A história ou a leitura do tempo, tradu o de Cristina Antunes, (Belo Horizonte: Autêntica Editora, 2009), 77 p.
Rodrigo Gomes de Araujo,Fabrícia Minetto
Revista Tempo, Espa?o e Linguagem , 2011,
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The utilization of nursing hours in operating rooms, according to the patient’s complexity and the surgical anesthetic procedure.
Ana Lúcia De Mattia,Maria Alice Fortes Gatto
Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing , 2007,
Abstract: This is a case study with exploratory character, descriptive and comparative, and a fieldwork with a quantitative approach. It aims to classify the surgeries in categories according to the number of nursing hours in operating rooms, subsidizing the dimensioning of the nursing staff in operating rooms. It was performed in a large general private Hospital in S o Paulo. The sample was constituted of 140 patients, divided into 14 groups, 10 patients on each group. To organize the groups it was taken on account the patient’s physical condition, according to the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), the anesthetic complexity, according to the Brazilian Medical Association (BMA), the sort of surgical anesthetic procedure: invasive, or minimally invasive (MI) and elective surgeries. According to the patient’s physical condition, groups were constituted with ASA1, ASA2 and ASA3. ASA 4 was put away because there were no cases, and ASA 5 and ASA 6 were put away because they were urgency or emergency surgeries. As to the anesthetic complexity, surgeries were classified as presenting small complexity, mean complexity, large complexity and special complexity. Therefore groups were symbolized as: 1S, 1M, 1L, 1S, 2S, 2M, 2L, 2S, 3M, 3L, 3S, 1SMI, 1MMI AND 2AMI. Data were collect inside the operating rooms, by means of organized observation, according to a guide presenting items referring to the surgery characteristics, human resources, patient’s physical condition and surgical anesthetic procedures. Data analysis was performed according to the surgical patient’s characteristics, hours taken by human resources and by the patient, procedures and material resources employed. In the comparison among groups, the characterization of the surgical patient led to the following results: as to gender, 83 (59,29%) female and 57 (40,71%) male, the higher age frequency was between 30 and 40 years in 34 (24,29%) of the patients. The most frequent surgical specialties were otorhinolaryngology and traumatology in 23 (16,43%), gynecology and obstetrics in 21 (15%) and orthopedics and traumatology in 21 patients (15%). General anesthesia prevailed in 75 (53,58%) of the patients. Concerning the systemic disorders that characterize the ASA, cardiovascular disorders prevailed in 52 (65%) of the patients, 40 (50%) presenting systemic arterial hypertension and 16 (20%) presenting diabetes Mellitus. As to the hours taken, the average hours taken by patients was: 3,40 hours of nursing (NH); 0,10 hours of nurse (NeH); 3,28 hours of nursing assistant (NaH); 6,14 hours of medical staff (MSH)
The utilization of nursing hours in operating rooms, according to the patient’s complexity and the surgical anesthetic procedure.
Ana Lúcia De Mattia,Maria Alice Fortes Gatto
Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing , 2007,
Abstract: This is a case study with exploratory character, descriptive and comparative, and a fieldwork with a quantitative approach. It aims to classify the surgeries in categories according to the number of nursing hours in operating rooms, subsidizing the dimensioning of the nursing staff in operating rooms. It was performed in a large general private Hospital in S o Paulo. The sample was constituted of 140 patients, divided into 14 groups, 10 patients on each group. To organize the groups it was taken on account the patient’s physical condition, according to the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), the anesthetic complexity, according to the Brazilian Medical Association (BMA), the sort of surgical anesthetic procedure: invasive, or minimally invasive (MI) and elective surgeries. According to the patient’s physical condition, groups were constituted with ASA1, ASA2 and ASA3. ASA 4 was put away because there were no cases, and ASA 5 and ASA 6 were put away because they were urgency or emergency surgeries. As to the anesthetic complexity, surgeries were classified as presenting small complexity, mean complexity, large complexity and special complexity. Therefore groups were symbolized as: 1S, 1M, 1L, 1S, 2S, 2M, 2L, 2S, 3M, 3L, 3S, 1SMI, 1MMI AND 2AMI. Data were collect inside the operating rooms, by means of organized observation, according to a guide presenting items referring to the surgery characteristics, human resources, patient’s physical condition and surgical anesthetic procedures. Data analysis was performed according to the surgical patient’s characteristics, hours taken by human resources and by the patient, procedures and material resources employed. In the comparison among groups, the characterization of the surgical patient led to the following results: as to gender, 83 (59,29%) female and 57 (40,71%) male, the higher age frequency was between 30 and 40 years in 34 (24,29%) of the patients. The most frequent surgical specialties were otorhinolaryngology and traumatology in 23 (16,43%), gynecology and obstetrics in 21 (15%) and orthopedics and traumatology in 21 patients (15%). General anesthesia prevailed in 75 (53,58%) of the patients. Concerning the systemic disorders that characterize the ASA, cardiovascular disorders prevailed in 52 (65%) of the patients, 40 (50%) presenting systemic arterial hypertension and 16 (20%) presenting diabetes Mellitus. As to the hours taken, the average hours taken by patients was: 3,40 hours of nursing (NH); 0,10 hours of nurse (NeH); 3,28 hours of nursing assistant (NaH); 6,14 hours of medical staff (MSH)
úlcera por Press o em UTI: fatores de risco e medidas de preven o
Ana Lúcia de Mattia,Adelaide de Mattia Rocha,Maria Helena Barbosa,Márcia Aparecida Moura Cabral Guimar?es
Saúde Coletiva , 2010,
Abstract: Este estudio tuvo como objetivo identificar los principales factores de riesgo de úlcera por presión (UPP) y las medidas preventivas adoptadas en los pacientes adultos hospitalizados en la Unidad de Cuidados Intensivos (UCI). Este es un estúdio descriptivo, exploratorio hecho en un hospital general de tama o medio, en la ciudad de Santos (SP), Brasil. La muestra estuvo constituida por 30 pacientes hospitalizados en la UCI de esa institución. Para obtener los datos, se utilizó una herramienta que permite la evaluación de los datos sociodemográficos y clínicos obtenidos de estos pacientes. Se encontró que 16 (53,3%) eran hombres, 14 (46,6%) fueron hospitalizados entre seis y 15 días, 13 (43,3%) con diagnóstico médico de pulmón y la mayoría tenían comorbilidades asociadas (diabetes mellitus, la insuficiencia renal crónica y enfermedad del hígado). Como el principal de los factores de riesgo, se identifica a la presión en todos los pacientes con UP. En lo que respecta a los factores de riesgo secundarios, 14 (46,7%) han presentado movilidad física limitada, 17 (56,7%), nutrición desequilibrada, 13 (43,4%) de 60 a os a 75 a os, con incontinencia urinaria y el uso de pa ales desechables y 27 (90,0%) utiliza la sonda vesical, 10 (33,3%) con trastornos neurológicos, 13 (43,3%) estaban usando medicamentos depresores del sistema nervioso central y 21 ( 70,0%) tenían edema de las extremidades y / o edema generalizado. Se constató que la media de factores de riesgo para la aparición de UPP fue 4,46 por paciente. Las medidas para impedir las UPP fueron el colchón "caja de huevos" utilizado por todos los pacientes, independientemente de si presentaron o no la UPP; 19 (63,3%) estaban usando protección de cojines, 2 (6.7% ) placas de hidrocoloide y 26 (86,67%) soluciones de hidratación de la piel. La calidad de los cuidados de enfermería está directamente relacionada con la evaluación del paciente, en sus potencialidades y dificultades, a fin de planificar la atención individualizada y apoyo sistemático para el desarrollo de protocolos para prevención de UPP de estas unidades.
Competências produtivas e vis?o estratégica: um modelo de gest?o interativa
Paladini, Edson Pacheco;Carvalho, Fabrícia Gon?alves de;
Produ??o , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-65132010005000040
Abstract: considering the conceptual distinction between strategic decisions and strategic actions and using production competence definitions, a general model is presented here. this model creates an interactive structure to aggregate the elements that compose the competitive differential of the organization. the objective of the structure is to define the way that organizations can act in the market, and, in general, in the whole society. to develop the model, a theoretical support structure has been defined in terms of concepts, positions and arguments related to strategic management, according to its different approaches. the model is now being used by an industrial organization and its basic phases have been used in the definition of the strategic behavior of the organization in question over the last two years. the conceptual analysis and the practical observations that have come from the effective implementation of the model have allowed us to propose some general and specific conclusions here.
Competências produtivas e vis o estratégica: um modelo de gest o interativa Production competence and strategic vision: an interactive management model
Edson Pacheco Paladini,Fabrícia Gon?alves de Carvalho
Produ??o , 2010,
Abstract: Partindo da distin o conceitual entre decis o estratégica e a o estratégica, apresenta-se, aqui, um modelo que, fazendo uso da no o de competências produtivas, gera uma estrutura interativa de agrega o dos elementos que comp em o diferencial competitivo de uma organiza o. O objetivo dessa estrutura é definir os meios de atua o da empresa no mercado e, mais em geral, na sociedade como um todo. Para fundamentar o desenvolvimento do modelo proposto foi elaborado um suporte teórico de conceitos, posi es e argumenta es relativas ao processo de gest o estratégica, nas suas variadas abordagens e distintos enfoques. O modelo está em processo de efetiva implanta o em uma organiza o industrial, tendo nela sido utilizadas suas fases básicas na defini o do comportamento estratégico da empresa em estudo nos últimos dois anos. A análise conceitual e as li es práticas advindas do processo de implanta o efetiva do modelo permitem formular algumas conclus es (gerais e específicas) acerca da proposta aqui descrita. Considering the conceptual distinction between strategic decisions and strategic actions and using production competence definitions, a general model is presented here. This model creates an interactive structure to aggregate the elements that compose the competitive differential of the organization. The objective of the structure is to define the way that organizations can act in the market, and, in general, in the whole society. To develop the model, a theoretical support structure has been defined in terms of concepts, positions and arguments related to Strategic Management, according to its different approaches. The model is now being used by an industrial organization and its basic phases have been used in the definition of the strategic behavior of the organization in question over the last two years. The conceptual analysis and the practical observations that have come from the effective implementation of the model have allowed us to propose some general and specific conclusions here.
LUXA O UNILATERAL CONGêNITA DA PATELA EM FELINO: RELATO DE CASO
Patrícia Franciscone Mendes,Fabrício Bernardo de Jesus Brasil
Nucleus Animalium , 2011,
Abstract: A luxa o patelar caracteriza-se pelo deslocamento medial ou lateral, intermitente ou permanente da patela, pode ocorrer devido à hipoplasia do sulco troclear, deslocamento do quadríceps ou da crista tibial. Esta afec o pode ser de origem congênita, traumática, evolutiva ou sedentária, apresentando maior prevalência em c es de ra as de pequeno porte sendo raramente diagnosticada em gatos. A sintomatologia é variável conforme o grau de luxa o. O tratamento conservativo contempla repouso, administra o de analgésicos e fisioterapia, o tratamento cirúrgico é mais comumente realizado, visto que na maioria das vezes os sinais clínicos manifestados pelos animais s o mais evidentes somente em uma fase tardia da doen a.The patellar luxation is characterized by the medial or lateral dislocation, intermittent or permanent of patella, it occur due to hypoplasia of the trochlear grooves, quadriceps or tibial crest displacement. It can have a congenital, traumatic, evolutive or sedentary origin, which more prevalent in small dogs breeds andrarely in cats. The symptomatology varies with the degree of luxation. The conservative treatment consists in repose, analgesic administration and fisiotherapy, the surgical treatment is more common because the majority of the clinical signs manifested by the animals are evident just in a late phase of the disease.
Construction of Vector for Functional Analysis of the Intrinsically Bent DNA in the ACE3 Replicator from Drosophila melanogaster  [PDF]
Douglas Vinícius Bassalobre de Freitas, Fabrícia Gimenes, Adriana Fiorini, Fabiana dos Santos Rando, Quirino Alves de Lima Neto, Maria Aparecida Fernandez
Open Journal of Genetics (OJGen) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojgen.2014.41002
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DNA replication is a crucial process for species survival, nevertheless it is not clear which factors define origin selection in multicellular eukaryotes. Developmental gene amplification systems, such as the one described during ovarian follicles development in Drosophila melanogaster, are useful tools for studying of DNA replication process in these organisms. We previously described that the well characterized third chromosome amplified domain of D. melanogater displays three intrinsically bent DNA sites: b1, localized at an amplification control element (ACE3), b2 and b3, both localized at the preferential origin ori-β. This proposal aimed to construct a Drosophila transformation vector, which contains a short deletion at the ACE3, in order to reduce the intrinsically bent DNA site b1, and analyze the functional role of this site in the gene amplification process. Through a series of cloning steps, we obtained a Big Parent vector derivative, containing a deletion at the positions 176-

Larval dispersal and predation in experimental populations of Chrysomya albiceps and Cochliomyia macellaria (Diptera: Calliphoridae)
Andrade Juliana Bartholo de,Rocha Fabrícia Aparecida,Rodrigues Patrícia,Rosa Gisele Souza
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2002,
Abstract: In this study we investigated the larval dispersal associated with larval predation in experimental populations of Chrysomya albiceps and Cochliomyia macellaria. Frequency distribution of sampling units (G test) in the substrate was used to evaluate variation in larval dispersal. An experimental acrylic channel (1 x 0.1 x 0.2 m) covered with wood shavings was used to observe larval dispersal prior to pupation. The acrylic channel was graduated at 0.05 m intervals, each representing a sampling unit; hence, 20 sampling units were set up. A Petri dish containing third instar larvae of single and double species was deposited at one edge of the acrylic channel allowing larvae to disperse. The number of buried pupae (0, 1, 2, ?n) present in each sampling unit was recorded. For double species, the number of recovered larvae of C. albiceps was similar to the number initially released on the dish Petri. On the other hand, the number of recovered larvae of C. macellaria was significantly smaller than the initially released number. The results show that C. albiceps attacks C. macellaria larvae during the larval dispersal process. The larval distribution of C. albiceps did not differ significantly from C. macellaria in double species, but it differed significantly in single species. The larval aggregation level of C. macellaria decreased when C. albiceps was present and the larval aggregation level of C. albiceps increased when C. macellaria was present. The implications of such findings for the population dynamics of these species are discussed.
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