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Pablo Camilo MANRIQUE-SAIDE,ángel Roberto BRICE?O-UC,Sergio IBá?EZ-BERNAL,César Antonio SANDOVAL-RUIZ
Acta zoológica mexicana , 2012,
Abstract: Se informan los resultados de las capturas de tábanos con trampas Malaise en la selva mediana del sur de Yucatán durante 2007. Se registraron ocho especies de la familia Tabanidae (Chrysops variegatus, Diachlorus ferrugatus, Leucotabanus canithorax, L. itzarum, Tabanus colombensis, T. commixtus, T. haemagogusy T. oculus) que representan 36% de las especies conocidas para este estado. Tabaninae fue la subfamilia mejor representada (tres géneros y siete especies). Las especies más abundantes fueron Tabanus commixtus y Leucotabanus itzarum.
Registros nuevos de especies de sírfidos (Diptera: Syrphidae) para Yucatán, México
González-Moreno, Alejandra;Marcos-García, Ma. ángeles;Manrique-Saide, Pablo;
Revista mexicana de biodiversidad , 2011,
Abstract: syrphid from 6 protected natural areas from yucatán state were collected using 12 malaise traps in each site. fourteen species are new records from yucatán, 3 of them also for the country.
Registros nuevos de especies de sírfidos (Diptera: Syrphidae) para Yucatán, México New records of syrphids (Diptera: Syrphidae) from Yucatán, Mexico
Alejandra González-Moreno,Ma. ángeles Marcos-García,Pablo Manrique-Saide
Revista mexicana de biodiversidad , 2011,
Abstract: Se recolectaron sírfidos de 6 áreas Naturales Protegidas del Estado de Yucatán (México), colocando 12 trampas Malaise en cada sitio de muestreo. En total, se encontraron 14 registros nuevos de sírfidos para Yucatán, 3 de los cuales son también nuevos registros para el país. Syrphid from 6 Protected Natural Areas from Yucatán State were collected using 12 Malaise traps in each site. Fourteen species are new records from Yucatán, 3 of them also for the country.
La estrategia para la prevención y el control integrado del dengue en Mesoamérica
Gómez-Dantés,Héctor; Martín,José Luis San; Danis-Lozano,Rogelio; Manrique-Saide,Pablo; ,;
Salud Pública de México , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0036-36342011000900008
Abstract: dengue in the americas is a public health problem in ascent. the control strategies have not been effective when sustained in the intensive use of insecticides and poor community participation. the mesoamerican initiative for the prevention and the integrated control of dengue synthesizes the works generated by the integrated strategy of the pan-american health organization (paho) and the risks stratification strategy designed by the countries of the mesoamerican region. the objective is to progressively reduce the incidence of dengue cases until a 50% reduction is reached over a five years period. this document describes the elements for the risk stratification, the activities for prevention and control organized by levels of intensity and frequency and the indicators used to pursuit the objectives. to face the dispersion of the problem a concentration of efforts for control in the areas of greater risk is presented; the opportunity in the detection of cases is highlighted to tackle the fast dissemination of the infection; focus on the most productive breeding sites is proposed to battle against the vast dissemination of the breeding sites; and the severity of the infection must be addressed by capable clinical human resources. this strategy was designed along with the national representatives of the control programs to create master plans that provided the basis for the integrated prevention and control of dengue in the mesoamerican region.
Prevalence of pediculosis capitis in children from a rural school in Yucatan, Mexico
Manrique-Saide, Pablo;Pavía-Ruz, Norma;Rodríguez-Buenfil, Jorge C.;Herrera Herrera, Roodeth;Gómez-Ruiz, Pilar;Pilger, Daniel;
Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de S?o Paulo , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0036-46652011000600005
Abstract: we conducted an analytical cross-sectional survey to estimate the prevalence of and factors associated with active head lice infestation. in total 140 children, aged 6 to 16-years, from a public school in rural yucatan, mexico, were examined by wet-combing. a structured questionnaire was used to collect information on individuals and the conditions in the surrounding environment. head lice infestation was found in 19 out of the 140 children tested (13.6%) and this was associated with both lower income (or 9.9, 95% ci 2.15-45.79, p = 0.003) and a higher frequency of hair washing (or 8, 95% ci 1.58-50, p = 0.012). intersectoral control programs that take into account the socioeconomic differences of children should be implemented.
Control enfocado de Aedes aegypti en localidades de alto riesgo de transmisión de dengue en Morelos, México
Villegas-Trejo,Alejandro; Che-Mendoza,Azael; González-Fernández,Mariana; Guillermo-May,Guillermo; González-Bejarano,Hugo; Dzul-Manzanilla,Felipe; Ulloa-García,Armando; Danis-Lozano,Rogelio; Manrique-Saide,Pablo;
Salud Pública de México , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0036-36342011000200007
Abstract: objective: to determine the relative importance of aedes aegyti breeding sites for potential targeted dengue control interventions in morelos. material and methods: cross-sectional entomological surveys were conducted and collection of ae. aegypti pupae was taken from all water-holding containers in cuautla, jojutla and tlaquiltenango during dry (1 713 households) and rainy (1 677) seasons in 2008. relative importance of different types of breeding sites was determined by the contribution (%) to total pupae production within each locality. results: in cuautla most pupae during the dry season were found in wash basins (48.5%), tanks and buckets/pots (15% each); during the rainy season, diverse small items (21.3%), buckets/pots (19.3%) and plant pots (12.9%) were more productive. in jojutla and tlaquiltenango, 97% of all pupae was found in plant pots during the dry season; during the rainy season diverse small items (26.3%), washing/cooking utensils (13.9%), buckets/pots (12.9%) and plant pots (12.7%) were significant. conclusion: prevention and control of the dengue vector should be based on this kind of evidence to target the most productive breeding-sites.
Research Priorities for Neglected Infectious Diseases in Latin America and the Caribbean Region
Jean-Claude Dujardin ,Socrates Herrera,Virgilio do Rosario,Jorge Arevalo,Marleen Boelaert,Hernan J. Carrasco,Rodrigo Correa-Oliveira,Lineth Garcia,Eduardo Gotuzzo,Theresa W. Gyorkos,Alexis M. Kalergis,Gustavo Kouri,Vicente Larraga,Pascal Lutumba,Maria Angeles Macias Garcia,Pablo C. Manrique-Saide,Farrokh Modabber,Alberto Nieto,Gerd Pluschke,Carlos Robello,Antonieta Rojas de Arias,Martin Rumbo,Jose Ignacio Santos Preciado,Shyam Sundar,Jaime Torres,Faustino Torrico,Patrick Van der Stuyft,Kathleen Victoir,Ole F. Olesen
PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases , 2010, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0000780
La Anomia como Moderador de la Relación entre Percepciones de Justicia Organizativa y el Uso Negligente de Internet en el Trabajo
Manrique de Lara,Pablo Zoghbi;
Revista de Psicología del Trabajo y de las Organizaciones , 2009, DOI: 10.4321/S1576-59622009000200001
Abstract: this article analyzes the moderating role of anomia in the relationship between perceptions of organizational justice and the employee misuse of internet or cyberloafing. the model suggests that anomia interacts on the link between organizational justice and cyberloafing. data were collected from a sample of 270 (17.46%) teachers of a spanish university, using e-mail via intranet. hierarchical multiple regression results show that anomia indeed acts a moderator of the link justice-cyberloafing. this moderating role was more relevant in the case of procedural justice. the findings contribute to a better knowledge of how injustice perceptions lead employees to cyberloafing. finally, the implications and limitations of the study are presented as well as some recommendations.
An Investigation on Couples’ Perceived Social Support In Terms of Some Certain Characteristics of the Family
Saide ?ZBEY
Journal of Kirsehir Education Faculty , 2012,
Abstract: In this study, it was examined that whether perceived social support changes According to some of the characteristics of the family and the relationship between parents’ marital adjustment and their perceived social support. The universe of this study was composed of the parents of preschoolers, aged six, enrolled in public schools in the central districts of Ankara. The sample of this study consisted of 102 parents. Results revealed that according to parents’ marriage type, years of marriage and socioeconomic status there was a significant difference Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support scores (p<0.05). It was also determined that there was a significant positive relationship between parents’ marital adjustment and social support sources (p<0.01).
Inhibitory Effect of Fentanyl on Phenylephrine-Induced Contraction on Rabbit Aorta  [PDF]
Sevda Sasmaz, Ayse Saide Sahin, Ipek Duman
Pharmacology & Pharmacy (PP) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/pp.2011.23019
Abstract: This in vitro study was designed to assess the effects of fentanyl on isolated rabbit thoracic aorta rings contracted with phenylephrine. Methods included contraction of aorta rings with phenylephrine (10–5 M) and recording the changes after increasing concentrations of fentanyl (10–9 M – 10–5 M). Similar experiments were done after incubation with Nω- nitro-L-arginine methyl ester (10–4 M), indomethacin (10-5 M), naloxone (10–5 M), ouabain (10–5 M), TEA (10–4 M) and glibenclamide (10–5 M). It was revealed that, fentanyl causes relaxation in rabbit aorta rings precontracted with phenylephrine. Removal of endothelium significantly reduces the relaxant response to fentanyl. Nitric oxide synthase inhibitor L-NAME, K+ channel blocker glibenclamide and Na+/K+ ATPase inhibitor ouabain inhibits the relaxant effect of fentanyl in endothelium intact aorta rings. These results suggest that fentanyl causes dose dependent vasodilatation in the rabbit aorta via activation of KATP channels and Na+-K+ -ATPase, and nitric oxide released from endothelium.
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