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Desarrollo kinesiológico: la interpretación de un proceso para facilitar el movimiento corporal humano
Rojas Rojas,Marlen;
Revista Ciencias de la Salud , 2006,
Abstract: this article makes a review about the process of functional movement production along first year of life, within the framework of kinesiology, where trunk is considered stabilizer and main axis in motor execution of extremities. the present review facilitates understanding of basic motor elements needed to develop a more complex and functional activity, which strengthen professional skills to observe, evaluate and focus its action in managing persons with motor functional disability. this information result from a literature review relates to normal movement development of human body segments and direct observance of the normal and abnormal process on several children for more than 12 years of professional experience. in general, this review stands out the relationship between activities of each corporal segment with others rather than showing isolated parts and, in the same way; it remarks production of simultaneous mechanics events which have different functional purposes.
Kinesiological Development: Interpretation of a Process to Enhance Body Movement
Marlen Rojas Rojas
Revista Ciencias de la Salud , 2006,
Abstract: This article makes a review about the process offunctional movement production along first yearRecibido: diciembre 15, 2005.Aceptado: enero 10, 2006.* Fisioterapeuta. Especialista en Neurodesarrollo, AsociaciónNorteamericana de Neurodesarrollo. Especialista enDocencia Universitaria, Universidad del Rosario. Docentedel programa de Fisioterapia de la Universidad del Rosario.E-mail: marrojas@urosario.edu.coDesarrollo kinesiológico: la interpretaciónde un proceso para facilitar el movimientocorporal humanoKinesiological Development: Interpretation of a Process to Enhance BodyMovementMarlen Rojas Rojas*of life, within the framework of kinesiology,where trunk is considered stabilizer and mainaxis in motor execution of extremities. Thepresent review facilitates understanding of basicmotor elements needed to develop a more complexand functional activity, which strengthenprofessional skills to observe, evaluate and focusits action in managing persons with motor functionaldisability.This information result from a literature review relatesto normal movement development of humanbody segments and direct observance of the normaland abnormal process on several childrenfor more than 12 years of professional experience.In general, this review stands out the relationshipbetween activities of each corporal segmentwith others rather than showing isolated partsand, in the same way; it remarks production ofsimultaneous mechanics events which havedifferent functional purposes.
A Global Public Good: The Linkage between Veterinary Medicine and the Sanitary Management of Food Hygiene  [PDF]
Andrés Cartín Rojas
American Journal of Industrial and Business Management (AJIBM) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ajibm.2013.35058
Abstract:

Ensuring food safety is a key and crucial factor for those agro-exporting nations seeking to improve their competitiveness, opening new options for global markets and positioning their products at a better price. A number of international guidelines serve a reference framework for defining national public policies aimed to provide safe food to the population. Veterinary services act as guarantors in this process along all the manufacture and value chain. The public and private veterinary services are nurtured and amalgamate together to ensure the attainment of common goals; strengthen and foment a robust and efficient alimentary legislation by using the World Animal Health Organization’s normative as a standard reference. In this conceptual paper, an appraisal about the interrelationship and the interconnection between veterinary professionals and the sanitary management of food hygiene is widely developed by reviewing relevant literature, and discussing current trends. The author adopts an inductive approach, designed to generate understanding and propositions about this relevant topic.

Endovascular Management of Pericallosal Artery Aneurysms: A Case Report  [PDF]
Alejandro Rojas-Marroquín
Open Journal of Modern Neurosurgery (OJMN) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojmn.2015.52008
Abstract: This report describes a classic case of pericallosal artery aneurysm and their Angiographic findings and endovascular management.
Gunshot Wound to the Head: Surgical Management and Cases Report in a Tertiary Care Center in Florencia, Colombia  [PDF]
Alejandro Rojas-Marroquín
Open Journal of Modern Neurosurgery (OJMN) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojmn.2015.53014
Abstract: The purpose of this research is to report 10 cases treated in a tertiary care center in the Florencia town in Colombia. The time frame to this intervention was from 1st June 2011 to 30th June 2012. The idea was to establish the type, age group, Matson’s classification schemes and mortality of the gunshot wound to the head in order to describe the neurological functional prognosis of these patients, made by The Modified Rankin scale (mRS) to 12 months postoperative.
Four New Species and Additional Distributions of Elaphoglossum Section Elaphoglossum (Dryopteridaceae) from the Neotropics  [PDF]
Alexander Francisco Rojas-Alvarado
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2017.86082
Abstract: Four new species of Elaphoglossum sect. Elaphoglossum are described: E. Amparoanum A. Rojas, E. Chocoense A. Rojas, E. Fayorum A. Rojas and E. Luciae A. Rojas. The first species is related to E. Variolatum Mickel, but differs from it by having rhizome scales bicolorous and long ciliate margin. The second species is different to E. moranii Mickel by having narrower rhizome, shorter stipe, elliptic blade, attenuate blade base, shorter fertile fronds with blackish costa and present at lower altitudinal distribution. After
Three New Species of Ferns (Pteridophyta) from Mesoamerica  [PDF]
Alexander Francisco Rojas-Alvarado
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2017.86089
Abstract: In this research three new species of ferns of the Polypodiales Order are described: Ctenitis leonii A. Rojas, Elaphoglossum karinae A. Rojas and Pecluma celaquensis A. Rojas. Ctenitis leonii is characterized by its apical stipe scales marginally erose to ciliate, blade surfaces with two types of hairs present in both surfaces, ones 0.7 - 1.5 mm long and not glandular, the others 0.3 - 0.5 mm long and glandular and indusia are absent. Elaphoglossum karinae differs from Elaphoglossum dissitifrons Mickel by shorter rhizome, longer and relatively narrower rhizome scales, they lanceolate to linear-lanceolate and blackish costal scales. Pecluma celaquensis is similar to Polypodium martensii Mett., but differs by its thinner rhizome, smaller rhizome scales and these with a crown of brown cilia at the attaching point, relatively shorter stipe with longer hairs and these commonly no glandular, scaly rachis and it with longer and denser hairs, inframedial sori and glabrous sporangia.
Five New Species of Diplazium Sw. (Athyriaceae) from Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Colombia  [PDF]
Alexander Francisco Rojas-Alvarado
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2018.95071
Abstract: Five new species are described in the genus Diplazium Sw. from Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Colombia, as results of studies in the Neotropical ferns. The new species are Diplazium chirripoense A. Rojas, Diplazium cornutum A. Rojas, Diplazium crassirhizoma A. Rojas, Diplazium lustrosum A. Rojas and Diplazium rodriguezii A. Rojas. The first species is related to D. skutchii Lellinger, but differs from it by having glabrous stipe, glabrous blade abaxially, hyaline and entire indusia, and distributed and higher elevations. The second species is different to D. diplazioides (Klotzsch et H. Karst.) Alston by having densely scaly stipe, rachis and costa, relative bigger pinnae and entire to erose indusia. After that, the third species differs from D. werckleanum Christ by thicker rhizome, bigger rhizome scales and blade with 1 - 2 buds at apex. Consecutively, the fourth species differs from D. lindbergii (Mett.) H. Christ by thinner rhizome, shorter fronds, longer stipe, smaller blade, less pinnae pairs, shiny laminar tissue and veins 3 - 5 pairs per segment. Finally, the fifth species is related to D. tungurahuae (Sodiro) C. Chr., but with abaxially glabrous rachis and costae, pinnules 4 - 5 times longer than wide and entire,
Poverty determinants of acute respiratory infections among Mapuche indigenous peoples in Chile's Ninth Region of Araucania, using GIS and spatial statistics to identify health disparities
Flavio Rojas
International Journal of Health Geographics , 2007, DOI: 10.1186/1476-072x-6-26
Abstract: Hospital discharge records from Health Services North N = 24,126 patients, year 2003, and 7 hospitals), Health Services South (N = 81,780 patients and 25 hospitals); CAS-2/Family records (N = 527,539 individuals, 439 neighborhoods, 32 Comunas).Given the over-dispersion of data and the clustered nature of observations, we used the global Moran's I and General G Gettis-Ord procedures to test spatial dependence. These tests confirmed the clusters of disease and the need to use spatial regression within a General Linear Mixed Model perspective.Health outcomes indicate significantly higher morbidity rates for the Mapuche compared to non-Mapuche in both age groups < 5 and 15–44, respectively; for the groups 70–79 and 80 + years of age, this trend is reversed. Mortality rates, however, are higher among Mapuches than non-Mapuches for the entire Ninth Region and for all age groups. Mortality caused by respiratory infections is higher among Mapuches than non-Mapuches in all age-groups. A major finding is the link between poverty and respiratory infections.Poverty is significantly associated with respiratory infections in the population of Chile's Ninth Region. High deprivation areas are associated with poverty, and poverty is a predictor of respiratory infections. Mapuches are at higher risk of deaths caused by respiratory infections in all age groups. Exponential and spherical spatial correlation models were tested to estimate the previous association and were compared with non-spatial Poisson, concluding that significant spatial variability was present in the data.This article addresses some aspects of the relationship between poverty and disease. The study area is located in Chile's Ninth Region, also known as Araucanía, the poorest of the country's 13 regions, and one where income distribution reveals inequality that is not only the worst in the country, but the worst in the world, with a Gini coefficient of 0.58 [1,2]. The main goal of this article is to show the link be
Nación y Nacionalismo en el debate teórico e historiográfico de finales del siglo XX
Rojas,Reinaldo;
Investigación y Postgrado , 2004,
Abstract: this research has as purpose a partial synthesis on the actual debate about nation and nationalism that has developed in the fields of historiography and social science in the last two decades of the twentieth century. after setting the debate in the context of the demise of socialism, the advancement of the economic globalization and the accelerated growth of tecnotronic and the information revolution, different factors are being studied that have had a strong influence in the awakening of nationalisms and the contemporary national state crisis through those authors that, from different theoretical and ideological perspectives have set renewed points of view of the national fact. starting with the ideological antecedents of the xix century and of the marxist debate of the first decades of the xx century, the statements of different authors and their works such as eric hobsbawm, pierre vilar, benedit anderson, ernest gellner, pierre fougeyrollas and etienne balibar have been analyzed to finish with an approximation to the national fact in latin america and the caribbean area, all of it framed as a socio-historic, political and cultural problem that proposes the opening of a historiography debate about the real construction of regional identities that can really be a certain path for the permanent construction of an idea of nation in our continent.
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