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Desenvolvimento de geleia de tamarillo contendo polpa integral Development of tamarillo jam containing whole pulp
Paulo Ribas Guilherme,Cláudio César Pessatto,Willian Roger Zaika,Ernesto Quast
Brazilian Journal of Food Technology , 2012,
Abstract: O tamarillo (Cyphomandra betacea Sendt) é originário da Regi o Andina do Peru. O objetivo deste trabalho foi desenvolver o produto 'geleia de tamarillo' e consistiu em: caracterizar os frutos e o seu rendimento em polpa; apresentar um protocolo de processo, e avaliar sensorialmente os produtos obtidos a partir de três formula es, diferenciadas quanto ao grau °Brix, ao tipo de a úcar e ao teor de pectina. Os frutos tamarillos apresentaram 54,8 ± 4,0 mm, 34,6 ± 2,4 mm e 36,2 ± 6,5 g de comprimento, diametro e massa, respectivamente. A polpa integral, de sabor doce e levemente ácida, apresentou 13,30 ± 0,14 °Brix e pH 4,19 ± 0,11. Os frutos renderam 83,3% de polpa integral e 51,5% de locular mucilaginosa, contendo sementes. As geleias de 50 °Brix e contendo glicose ou sacarose foram as mais aceitas pelos provadores quando comparadas à geleia de 40 °Brix, de menor concentra o de sólidos solúveis. Um porcentual maior ou igual a 70% do total de provadores aprovou as geleias de 50 °Brix para todos os seus atributos sensoriais avaliados e um mínimo de 40% manifestou inten o de compra. Considerando-se que a sacarose possui custo menor que a glicose, o protocolo de fabrica o da geleia de 50 °Brix contendo a sacarose e 2% de pectina foi o recomendado, na pesquisa, para a produ o de geleia de tamarillo. The Tamarillo (Cyphomandra betacea Sendt) is a fruit native to the Peruvian Andean region. The objective of this study was to develop the product 'tamarillo jam'. The study consisted of characterizing the fruits and their yield in pulp; presenting a protocol for the process; and carrying out a sensory analysis of three different formulations which differed according to their degree of °Brix, type of sugar and pectin content. The tamarillo fruits showed length (stem-apex), diameter and mass of 54.8 ± 4.0 mm, 34.6 ± 2.4 mm and 36.2 ± 6.5 g, respectively. The whole pulp had a sweet, slightly acid taste, with total soluble solids of 13.30 °Brix ± 0.14 and pH 4.19 ± 0.11. The fruits yielded 83.3% in whole pulp and 51.5% in mucilaginous pulp containing the seeds. Jams with 50 °Brix containing glucose or sucrose showed greater acceptance as compared to jams with 40 °Brix, containing less soluble solids. Over 70% of the panellists approved the jams with 50 °Brix for all the sensory attributes evaluated, and at least 40% expressed their intention to purchase it. Thus, considering the lower cost of sucrose as compared to glucose, the protocol for the production of tamarillo jam at 50 °Brix using sucrose and 2% of pectin was recommended.
Is gender a predictive factor for satisfaction among patients undergoing sympathectomy to treat palmar hyperhidrosis?
Wolosker, Nelson;Munia, Marco Antonio Soares;Kauffman, Paulo;Campos, José Ribas Milanez de;Yazbek, Guilherme;Puech-Le?o, Pedro;
Clinics , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1807-59322010000600004
Abstract: video-assisted thoracic sympathectomy (vats) is currently the procedure of choise for the definitive treatment of primary hyperhidrosis because it is an effective, safe, and minimally invasive method. the aim of vats treatment is to improve the quality of life through the reduction of excessive sudoresis. the purpose of this study was to assess the quality of life after vats for treating palmar hyperhidrosis according to gender. methods: a total of 1044 patients who submitted to the surgical treatment for palmar hyperhidrosis from june 2000 to february 2008 were retrospectively evaluated. the patients were divided into two groups according to gender [719 (68.8%) females and 325 (31.2%) males]. results: there are no statistically significant differences between genders with regard to the quality of life in palmar hyperhidrosis patients (p = 0.726). in the interview that was performed 30 days after surgery, the quality of life in the two groups had improved, with no statistical difference between the groups. conclusion: patients with palmar hyperhidrosis present with an improvement in the quality of life after vats regardless of gender.
Twenty months of evolution following sympathectomy on patients with palmar hyperhidrosis: sympathectomy at the T3 level is better than at the T2 level
Yazbek, Guilherme;Wolosker, Nelson;Kauffman, Paulo;Campos, José Ribas Milanez de;Puech-Le?o, Pedro;Jatene, Fábio Biscegli;
Clinics , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1807-59322009000800006
Abstract: objective: to compare two surgical techniques (denervation levels) for sympathectomy using video-assisted thoracoscopy to treat palmar hyperhidrosis in the long-term. methods: from may 2003 to june 2006, 60 patients with palmar hyperhidrosis were prospectively randomized for video-assisted thoracoscopic sympathectomy at the t2 or t3 ganglion level. they were followed for a mean of 20 months and were evaluated regarding their degree of improvement of palmar hyperhidrosis, incidence and severity of compensatory hyperhidrosis and its evolution over time, and quality of life. results: fifty-nine cases presented resolution of the palmar hyperhidrosis. one case of therapeutic failure occurred in the t3 group. most of the patients presented an improvement in palmar hyperhidrosis, without any difference between the groups. twenty months later, all patients in both groups presented some degree of compensatory hyperhidrosis but with less severity in the t3 group (p = 0.007). compensatory hyperhidrosis developed in most patients during the first month after the operation, with incidence and severity that remained stable over time. an improvement in quality of life was seen starting from the first postoperative evaluation but without any difference between the groups. this improvement was maintained until the end of the follow-up. conclusion: both techniques were effective for treating palmar hyperhidrosis. the most frequent complication was compensatory hyperhidrosis, which presented stable incidence and severity over the study period. sympathectomy at the t3 level presented compensatory hyperhidrosis with less severity. nevertheless, the improvement in quality of life was similar between the groups.
Considera??es sobre a evolu??o filogenética do sistema nervoso, o comportamento e a emergência da consciência
Ribas, Guilherme Carvalhal;
Revista Brasileira de Psiquiatria , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-44462006000400015
Abstract: this text reviews the generic aspects of the central nervous system evolutionary development, emphasizing the developmental features of the brain structures related with behavior and with the cognitive functions that finally characterized the human being. over the limbic structures that with the advent of mammals were developed on the top of the primitive nervous system of their ancestrals, the ultimate cortical development with neurons arranged in layers constituted the structural base for an enhanced sensory discrimination, for more complex motor activities, and for the development of cognitive and intellectual functions that finally characterized the human being. the knowledge of the central nervous system phylogeny allow us particularly to infer possible correlations between the brain structures that were developed along phylogeny and the behavior of their related beings. in this direction, without discussing its conceptual aspects, this review ends with a discussion about the central nervous system evolutionary development and the emergence of consciousness, in the light of its most recent contributions.
As bases neuroanat?micas do comportamento: histórico e contribui??es recentes
Ribas, Guilherme Carvalhal;
Revista Brasileira de Psiquiatria , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-44462006005000025
Abstract: considering the most recent contributions, the limbic cortical areas, originally known as the greater limbic lobe, besides the cingulated and the parahippocampal gyri also includes the insula and the posterior orbital cortex. in contrast to the nonlimbic cortical areas that project to the basal ganglia (particularly over the dorsal aspects of the striatum, constituted by the caudate nucleus and by the putamen), the limbic cortical areas are characterized by projecting to the hypothalamus and also to the ventral striatum (particularly to the nucleus accumbens). once all the striatum projects to the globus pallidus which projects to the thalamus and then to the cortex, generating cortical-subcortical reentrant circuits, while the dorsal striatum and pallidum related cortico-subcortical loops are involved with motor activities, the ventral cortical-striatal-pallidal system is particularly related with behavior functions. the extended amygdala (central medial amygdala, stria terminalis or dorsal component, ventral component, and bed nucleus of stria terminalis) receives inputs primarily from the limbic cortical areas, is particularly modulated by the prefrontal cortex, and receives also direct connections from the thalamus that enables the amygdala to generate nonspecific and quick responses through its projections to the hypothalamus and to the brainstem. the ventral striatal-pallidal and the extended amygdala are then two basal forebrain macro-anatomical systems, that together with the basal nucleus of meynert and with the septal-diagonal band system, constitute the main structures that are particularly connected with the limbic cortical areas, and that altogether project to the hypothalamus and to the brainstem which give rise to the autonomic, endocrine and somatosensory components of the emotional experiences, and that regulate the basic activities of drinking, eating, and related to the sexual behavior.
Pontos referenciais nos acessos cranianos
Ribas Guilherme Carvalhal
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2003,
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Is age group a predictive factor for satisfaction among patients undergoing sympathectomy to treat hyperhidrosis?
Campos, José Ribas Milanez de;Wolosker, Nelson;Munia, Marco Antonio Soares;Yazbek, Guilherme;Kauffman, Paulo;Puech-Le?o, Pedro;Jatene, Fábio Biscegli;
Jornal Vascular Brasileiro , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1677-54492011000400004
Abstract: objective: video-assisted thoracic sympathectomy is currently the procedure of choice for the definitive treatment of primary hyperhidrosis, because it is an effective, safe, and minimally invasive method. in the search for better quality of life indexes, all researchers look for predictive factors indicating better surgical outcomes. failure in the primary treatment, postoperative compensatory hyperhidrosis, body mass index over 25, level of resection of the sympathetic chain, and extent of resection are some of the factors that may negatively influence the results. the objective of this study was to compare, according to the age group, the quality of life after bilateral thoracic sympathectomy for treatment of primary hyperhidrosis in a cohort of 1,644 patients. methods: from february 2000 to october 2008, data were collected from 1,644 patients with palmar (71%) or axillary (29%) hyperhidrosis who underwent video-assisted thoracic sympathectomy. the patients were divided into three groups according to their ages. the first group consisted of patients up to 17 years-old, the second from 18 to 30 years-old, and the third of over 30 years-old. all patients had a body mass index of less than 25. results: in the evaluation 30 days after surgery, improvement of the quality of life in the three groups was observed. there was no significant difference between the age groups. in the present study, 91.9% of the patients presented compensatory hyperhidrosis, with no difference between the age groups. conclusions: patients with primary hyperhidrosis experience quality of life improvement after thoracic sympathectomy regardless of their age.
Desenvolvimento de geleia de tamarillo contendo polpa integral
Guilherme, Paulo Ribas;Pessatto, Cláudio César;Zaika, Willian Roger;Quast, Ernesto;Quast, Leda Battestin;Ormenese, Rita de Cássia Salvucci Celeste;Raupp, Dorivaldo da Silva;
Brazilian Journal of Food Technology , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1981-67232012005000007
Abstract: the tamarillo (cyphomandra betacea sendt) is a fruit native to the peruvian andean region. the objective of this study was to develop the product 'tamarillo jam'. the study consisted of characterizing the fruits and their yield in pulp; presenting a protocol for the process; and carrying out a sensory analysis of three different formulations which differed according to their degree of °brix, type of sugar and pectin content. the tamarillo fruits showed length (stem-apex), diameter and mass of 54.8 ± 4.0 mm, 34.6 ± 2.4 mm and 36.2 ± 6.5 g, respectively. the whole pulp had a sweet, slightly acid taste, with total soluble solids of 13.30 °brix ± 0.14 and ph 4.19 ± 0.11. the fruits yielded 83.3% in whole pulp and 51.5% in mucilaginous pulp containing the seeds. jams with 50 °brix containing glucose or sucrose showed greater acceptance as compared to jams with 40 °brix, containing less soluble solids. over 70% of the panellists approved the jams with 50 °brix for all the sensory attributes evaluated, and at least 40% expressed their intention to purchase it. thus, considering the lower cost of sucrose as compared to glucose, the protocol for the production of tamarillo jam at 50 °brix using sucrose and 2% of pectin was recommended.
A CULTURA JURíDICO-PENAL GERM NICA ALTOMEDIEVAL
Alexandre Ribas de Paulo
Meritum : Revista de Direito da Universidade FUMEC , 2012,
Abstract: Neste ensaio, s o abordadas algumas características marcantes da cultura jurídico-penal germanica de três povos germanicos que se instalaram nos antigos territórios do Império Romano do Ocidente na chamada Alta Idade Média: os visigodos (Península Ibérica); longobardos (Península Itálica) e francos (Gália). Na introdu o, s o indicadas as três diferentes culturas (coexistentes) que tinham a pretens o de exercer o poder no início da Idade Média: tradi o germanica; tradi o romana e o pensamento místico crist o. Em seguida apresenta-se um sumaríssimo contexto histórico para situar o leitor nas particularidades dos três reinos germanicos existentes entre os séculos VI e VIII nas regi es abordadas. Finalmente, destacamse alguns tra os da cultura jurídico-penal germanica e suas transforma es diante da tradi o jurídico-romana remanescente, além das influências da Igreja Católica como fonte de legitima o das novas potestades européias. Na conclus o, indica-se uma hipótese para a compreens o geral da cultura jurídico-penal que prevaleceu na Europa Medieval, mormente a partir do século IX, com a generaliza o do feudalismo.
A forma o do pensamento político na Europa Ocidental nos primeiros séculos da Era Crist Alexandre Ribas de Paulo
Alexandre Ribas de Paulo
Sequência : Estudos Juridicos e Politicos , 2004,
Abstract: Este trabalho tem por objetivo mencionaralguns fatores e personagens que foramde grande importancia para a forma odo pensamento político no início da Era Crist ,mais precisamente no período denominadoPatrística, onde a amálgama dos poderesEspiritual e Temporal, que estavam concentradosnas m os dos imperadores romanos,acabou por ser desfeita através da divulga odo dogma oficial da Igreja Católica.The aim of this paper is tomention some factors and characters thatplayed important roles for the formationof the political thought in the beginningof the Christian period, more preciselyin the period known as Patristic, whenthe join of the Spiritual and TemporalPowers, that were concentrated in thehands of the Roman emperors, was splitby the Catholic dogma.
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