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Paulo Leminski: sinais de vida e sobrevida
Pedrosa, Celia;
Alea : Estudos Neolatinos , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-106X2006000100005
Abstract: this study proposes a comprehensive reading of some aspects of paulo leminski's letters, essays and biographical writings. a number of points will be raised that will allow, in function of the links between experiences in living and in language, an understanding of leminski's choice of a hybrid sort of intellectual activity, questioning the boundary lines assumed by the culture of his time, as well as _ given the limits of his time _ his very concept of contemporariness, haunted by the aterlifeacters from other times and relativized by his own early death.
Adília e Baudelaire: leituras do fim
Pedrosa, Celia;
Alea : Estudos Neolatinos , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-106X2007000100009
Abstract: this essay evaluates the desecrating use of the baudelairean heritage by the portuguese poet adília lopes. it focuses on the procedures of irony, figuration, fragmentation, and transitivity with which lyrical subjectivity is represented by both poets, and associates them with an improper way of relating to modernity and the contemporary, which are viewed as paradoxical experiences of the end and a new beginning.
Las estrategias de la UCR frente a la ley de internas abiertas y las elecciones legislativas de 2005
Revista SAAP , 2012,
Abstract: this article studies the strategies of the unión cívica radical (ucr) in 2005 national legislative elections. on that opprtunity, the election process took place under the rule of the bill 25,611, also known as the "open primary law". this law was in force since 2002 but had not been applied before. finally it will be presented a case study for further detail on party strategies and results.
Motivating Stakeholders for Co-created Innovation
Alex Pedrosa
Technology Innovation Management Review , 2009,
Abstract: Today's profit orientation forces companies to focus on their core competencies and, at the same time, provide customers with multiple new offerings. To meet these two requirements, companies need to develop innovations in collaboration with different stakeholders including suppliers, customers, and users. While Managers and researchers discuss the benefits coming from the process of co-creating innovations with the various stakeholders, little is known about what motivates different stakeholders to engage in the co-creation of innovations. The purpose of this article is to highlight the first results of a qualitative study that focuses on the different types of value stakeholders can expect from co-creating innovations.
Comprehensive health-care for women: challenges ín its implementation Aten o integral à saúde da mulher: desafios para implementa o na prática assistencial
Michele Pedrosa
Revista Brasileira de Medicina de Família e Comunidade , 2010, DOI: 10.5712/rbmfc1(3)12
Abstract: Public policies directed towards the woman begin with an anatomical pathological and regulative approach to feminine nature. The formulation of concepts about gender and health allied to the women’s social movement are progressively modifying our understanding on their health-care needs. This paper describes this process and analyzes why certain goals with regard to granting to women the right of integrated health assistance were not yet achieved. A trajetória das políticas públicas dirigidas à mulher inicia-se por um enfoque anatomopatológico e de regula o da natureza feminina. As formula es conceituais sobre gênero e saúde aliadas ao movimento social de luta do movimento feminino modificam progressivamente as formula es sobre as necessidades de aten o à saúde da mulher. Este artigo descreve essa trajetória e analisa as causas sobre os objetivos ainda n o-alcan ados no que tange à garantia do direito à assistência integral à saúde da mulher.
Las asociaciones de inmigrantes argentinos en Espa a
Fernando Pedrosa
Historia Actual Online , 2011,
Abstract: El objeto de este trabajo es profundizar en las organizaciones creadas por ciudadanos argentinos radicados en Espa a, como una de las estrategias que caracterizan a este colectivo de migrantes. En primer término se caracterizará el fenómeno de las migraciones, particularmente la de los argentinos. También se buscará una mayor claridad en la definición conceptual de las AARE debido a la variedad y heterogeneidad que se observa en ellas. La segunda parte presentará los resultados de un trabajo empírico que será utilizado para sostener un acercamiento detallado sobre la existencia y las características del funcionamiento de estas organizaciones en territorio espa ol. Palabras Clave: Migrantes, Acción colectiva, Argentina ___________________________ Abstract: The purpose of this study is to deepen the knowledge of the organizations created by Argentine citizens residing in Spain, as one of the strategies that characterizes this group of migrants. The organization of the article is as follows: First we characterize the phenomenon of migration, particularly that of the Argentines. In addition, we will seek greater conceptual clarity in the definition of AARE due to the variety and heterogeneity that is observed in them. The second part will present the results of an empirical study which will be used to support a detailed report on the existence and characteristics of the functioning of these organizations in Spanish territory. Keywords: Migrants, Collective action, Argentina
Pseudomalabsor??o de levotiroxina: relato de um caso
Pedrosa, William;Santana, Geraldo;
Arquivos Brasileiros de Endocrinologia & Metabologia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-27302005000200020
Abstract: a 49-year-old woman who had been treated with sodium levothyroxine because of hypothyroidism after diagnosis of hashimoto thyroidits and total thyroidectomy for multinodular atoxic goiter was evaluated for persistent hypothyroidism despite the use of large doses of levothyroxine (600μg/day). the patient showed signs and symptoms of hypothyroidism and her laboratory tests were: tsh of 351μui/ml, free thyroxine of 0.20ng/dl, and total triiodothyronine of 27ng/dl. she was submitted, under medical supervision, to a levothyroxine overload test with no evidence of malabsorption of the thyroid hormone. diagnosis of factitious disorder and munchausen syndrome leading to the pseudomalabsorption of levothyroxine was considered.
A constru??o de uma ferramenta social para promo??o da saúde e dos direitos das mulheres
Pedrosa, Claudia Mara;
Paidéia (Ribeir?o Preto) , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-863X2009000100015
Abstract: this article reports the construction of a strategy for coping with violence in the health area. it aimed to help women in situation of violence and health professionals to understand the problem and intervene based on the local reality. the women's guide: actions to promote rights was elaborated based on conversations with women from a community in participative workshops. its elaboration was oriented by the perspective of the social constructionism, which assumes gender violence as a collective phenomenon. the guide has being used in health services and is freely distributed to the users from the brazilian single health system.
Correla??o entre os testes da caminhada, marcha estacionária e TUG em hipertensas idosas
Pedrosa, R;Holanda, G;
Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-35552009005000030
Abstract: background: the increase in chronic diseases among older adults, especially systemic arterial hypertension, a disease that is closely related to declining functional capacity, has created the need to study methods for activity evaluation in order to detect functional capacity levels, prescribe exercises and monitor motor and cardiovascular function. the six-minute walk test (6mwt), two-minute step test (2mst) and timed up and go test (tug) are indicated for such evaluations. studies among healthy older adults have shown associations between these tests, thus aiding the evaluation of functional capacity. however, there are no studies on the relationships between the 6mwt, 2mst and tug among hypertensive individuals, thus justifying the present research. objectives: to investigate whether there is any association between aerobic endurance and functional mobility among hypertensive older women. methods:this was a cross-sectional observational and analytical study on 32 hypertensive older women who were evaluated using the 6mwt, 2mst and tug. results:there was a moderate positive correlation between the 6mwt and 2mst (r=0.36; p=0.04), and there were moderate negative correlations between the 6mwt and tug (r=-0.59; p=0.000) and between the 2mst and tug (r=-0.66; p=0.000). conclusions: for hypertensive older women, the 6mwt can be replaced by the 2mst; the same applied to healthy older adults. regarding the correlation between the 6mwt, 2mst and tug, it can be concluded that there is a close relationship between cardiovascular endurance and functional mobility. when there is lower cardiovascular endurance, there is precarious functional mobility and vice versa.
Leucemia linfóide aguda: uma doen?a curável
Pedrosa, Francisco;Lins, Mecneide;
Revista Brasileira de Saúde Materno Infantil , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-38292002000100010
Abstract: abstract: acute lymphoblastic leukemia (all) is the most common type of cancer in children, accoun-ting for one third of all malignant neoplasias affecting them. all incidences in children in the united states are of approximately 3,4 cases per 100.000 children under fifteen years old. up to the middle of last century leukemia was universally considered a fatal di-sease. the development of therapeutic combinations through the use of various cytotoxic drugs with or without bone marrow transplantation has increased cure percentages of children with all in over 80%. annually around 1.500 children with all in the uni-ted states are being cured. nevertheless, of the 75.000 new all cases annually diagnosed throughout the world, around 60.000 (80%) have no access to the new treatments and are excluded from the cure process. the challenge of making all a curable disease is being met with the report of survival rates over 50% for children treated in countries with limited resources. in el salvador, bonilla has achieved increasing the survival rates in children with all from 5% to 50%. in recife, pedrosa accomplished bringing the 29% cure rate in the 80?s to the 75% current cure rate.
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