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Mauricio Carneiro Aquino
REDVET , 2012,
Abstract: ResumenEl uso de cajas plásticas para la cría de caracoles no es una novedad. Son prácticas, económicas, fáciles de limpiar, durables, ecologicamente indicada y hasta bonitas.ResumoO uso de caixas plásticas para a cria o de caracóis n o é novidade. S o práticas, baratas, fáceis de higienizar, duráveis, ecologicamente corretas e até bonitas.
Achatina fulica no Brasil
Mauricio Aquino
REDVET , 2010,
Abstract: ResumenO Brasil é um dos 17 países que reúnem, juntos 70% de todas asespécies animais e vegetais catalogadas no planeta. Estima-se que apenas o Brasil hospede entre 15-20% de toda a biodiversidade do planeta, além de possuir o maior número de espécies endêmicas do mundo. (GISP, 2010) Mas, existem também, as espécies animais e vegetais que s o introduzidas num ecossistema ou país onde n o existia, intencional ou acidentalmente e que, na grande maioria das vezes s o danosas ao meio ambiente, sendo chamadas de invasoras.
Programa Saúde da Família: acerca da adequa??o do uso do seu indicador de cobertura
Aquino, Rosana;Barreto, Mauricio L.;
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-311X2008000400022
Abstract: this study aimed to evaluate the adequacy of the family health program's (fhp) coverage indicator, calculated by using the estimated number of people served by the fhp team, obtained from a national standard. the study included all the brazilian counties (municipalities) that adopted the fhp strategy from 1998 to 2006. the analytical methods were pearson's correlation, lin's concordance correlation coefficient, and the deming regression model. the results showed that at the beginning of the observation period, the coverage indicator did not express the size of the program's population of beneficiaries, when comparing the enrolled population, the number of families under follow-up, and the number of live births recorded. gradually, and especially beginning in 2000, the indicator began to represent a good estimate of fhp coverage, although the trend differed according to the size of the municipalities (it was more evident among the larger municipalities). the study emphasizes the importance of defining coverage of actions and services in order to orient health program implementation.
Carta ao editor
Jo?o Luiz de Aquino Carneiro
Revista do Colégio Brasileiro de Cirurgi?es , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/s0100-69912007000200017
Impact of the Family Health Program on the quality of vital information and reduction of child unattended deaths in Brazil: an ecological longitudinal study
Davide Rasella, Rosana Aquino, Mauricio L Barreto
BMC Public Health , 2010, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2458-10-380
Abstract: Data on mortality rates and PSF coverage was obtained for the total 5,507 Brazilian municipalities from 2000 to 2006. A multivariate regression analysis of panel data was carried out with a negative binomial response by using fixed effects models that control for relevant covariates.A statistically significant negative association was observed between PSF coverage levels, classified in none (0%, the reference category), low (<30.0%), intermediate (≥ 30.0% and <70.0%) and high (≥ 70.0%), and all analysed mortalities rates, with a reduction of 17% (Rate Ratio [RR]: 0.83; 95% confidence interval [CI]: 0.79 - 0.88), 35% (RR: 0.65; 95% CI: 0.61-0.68) and 50% (RR: 0.50; 95% CI: 0.47-0.53) on under-five mortality due to ill-defined causes, respectively. In the mortality rate for unattended death the reduction was even greater, reaching 60% (RR: 0.40; 95% CI: 0.37-0.44) in the municipalities with the highest PSF coverage. The PSF effect on unattended deaths was slightly stronger in municipalities with a higher human development index.The PSF, a primary health care program developed mostly in rural and deprived areas, had an important role on reducing the unattended deaths and improving the quality of vital information in Brazil.Vital statistics are essential instruments for planning and evaluation of public health policies. Despite the fact that in the past sixty years many efforts have been made by national and international institutions to improve the quality and availability of vital statistics, they are still, especially in the developing countries, in a deplorable state[1]. A cause of death is assigned for no more than one third of the total deaths worldwide, and there is often considerable uncertainty about the diagnosis. The inequalities in registration of vital events are large: developing countries account for 99% of all the unregistered births, concentrated mainly in southern Asia and sub-Saharan Africa[2]. Epidemiological estimates, obtained by extrapolation from
Suporte familiar, cren?as irracionais e sintomatologia depressiva em estudantes universitários
Lemos, Valdir Aquino;Baptista, Makilim Nunes;Carneiro, Adriana Munhoz;
Psicologia: Ciência e Profiss?o , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-98932011000100003
Abstract: the present study aimed to verify the relations between the perception of family support, depressive symptoms and irrational beliefs. the sample included 377 volunteers of a university of s?o paulo with mean age of 20,69 years (sd= 2,29) and with a prevalence of women (68,2%), that answered to the inventário de percep??o de suporte familiar - ipsf, the inventário de depress?o de beck-bdi and the escala de cren?as irracionais - eci. the results showed correlations between the ipsf with bdi and eci, indicating that higher scores on the perception of family support implied less depressive symptoms and lower number of irrational beliefs of the subjects. correlations between bdi and eci were also found, indicating that highest scores on irrational beliefs indicated higher scores on depression symptoms, according to the literature.
Model transcriptional networks with continuously varying expression levels
Mauricio O Carneiro, Clifford H Taubes, Daniel L Hartl
BMC Evolutionary Biology , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2148-11-363
Abstract: In this work we used the gene network model to look at the impact of mating as well as insertions and deletions of genes in the evolution of complexity of these networks. We found that the natural process of diploid mating increases the likelihood of maintaining complexity, especially in higher order networks (more than 10 genes). We also show that gene insertion is a very efficient way to add more genes to a network as it provides a much higher chance of developmental stability.The continuous model affords a more complete view of the evolution of interacting genes. The notion of a continuous output vector also incorporates the reality of gene networks and graded concentrations of gene products.In the approximately ten years since the completion of the draft sequence of the human genome, researchers have become increasingly attuned to the many layers of complexity that underlie the mechanisms of life [1]. Many new genes have been identified for transcription factors whose role is to activate or inhibit the production of other genes. The interplay between mutually interacting transcription factors defines a regulatory network that dictates the levels of RNA transcripts, signaling proteins, enzymes and other gene products. Such networks have emergent properties that are essential in every living system[2].Understanding the organization and evolution of these networks has been a challenge because of their complexity. Experimental studies have been able to identify important roles of interacting regulatory networks, such as the ability of yeast to respond to environmental changes[3], the specification of the endomesoderm in sea urchin embryos[4], and dorsal-ventral patterning in the Drosophila embryo[5]. Although early studies of quantitative traits also revealed clues about such networks[6], it has not been generally feasible to address the more general questions how they originate and evolve.A mathematical model of mutually interacting transcription factors was first
A suíte metatholeiítica da seqüência metavulcanossedimentar Rio Manso, Quadrilátero Ferrífero (MG)
Silva, Gorki Pomar Andreatta e;Carneiro, Mauricio Ant?nio;
Rem: Revista Escola de Minas , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0370-44672009000400003
Abstract: the rio manso metavolcanosedimentary sequence comprises metaultramafic rocks with intercalations of metamafic and psammo-pelitic metasedimentary rocks located in the geologic domain of the iron quadrangle in minas gerais, southern s?o francisco craton. the litho-structural mapping (1:10,000), as well as petrographic, mineralogical and lithogeochemical studies allowed the identification of a metatholeiitic suite in the range of this sequence. when compared to other world sequences in terms of geochemistry, the rio manso metavolcanosedimentary sequence is similar to the mesoarchean barbeton sequence. this similarity suggests that the studied sequence corresponds to a granite-greenstone terrain which may represent the northeastern extension of the mesoarchean campo belo metamorphic complex.
Avalia??o da profilaxia do tromboembolismo venoso em hospital de grande porte
Carneiro, Jo?o Luiz de Aquino;Targueta, Gabriel Pelegrineti;Marino, Lucas Oliveira;
Revista do Colégio Brasileiro de Cirurgi?es , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-69912010000300008
Abstract: objective: this study aimed at assessing the adequacy of thromboprophylaxis in a high complexity hospital in vitória - es, analysing the possible predictors of inadequate prescriptions and/or procedures. methods: a cross-sectional study was carried out through prompt-book analysis. the included patients were hospitalized in 2007 and had their venous thromboembolism (vte) risk stratified using the 8th edition of the american college of chest physicians (accp) evidence-based clinical practice guidelines. the thromboprophylaxis adequacy was determined through a comparison between the adopted prescriptions and/or procedures and the guideline recommendations. epiinfo 3.4.3 and spss 13.0 were the software applications used. results: in 47% of the patients the thromboprophylaxis was inadequate, being the non-prescription of the indicated medication the major reason (33%). there was no statistically significant difference in inadequate tromboprophylaxis rate between clinical and surgical patients, or ward and intensive care unit (icu) ones. an inverse relationship was observed between the inadequate tromboprophylaxis rate and the number of vte risk factors presented by the patients, as well as their age, and the length of hospital stay (p < 0,05). conclusion: the results show alarming levels of thromboprophylaxis inadequacy, inacceptable in these times of well-established published guidelines. therefore, a continuing education program should be implanted for all the assistance team.
Monitoring and Evaluating Progress towards Universal Health Coverage in Brazil
Mauricio L. Barreto ,Davide Rasella,Daiane B. Machado,Rosana Aquino,Diana Lima,Leila P. Garcia,Alexandra C. Boing,Jackson Santos,Juan Escalante,Estela M. L. Aquino,Claudia Travassos
PLOS Medicine , 2014, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pmed.1001692
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