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Cuidado de enfermagem para clientela em hemodiálise: suas dimens es instrumentais e expressivas
Rachel de Carvalho de Rezende,Isaura Setenta Porto
Revista Eletr?nica de Enfermagem , 2009,
Abstract: Trata de investiga o sobre o cuidado de enfermagem para clientela em hemodiálise. Objetivos: (a) descreversitua es de cuidado entre integrantes da equipe-clientela; (b) caracterizar demandas de cuidados da clientela, e (c)analisar dimens es do cuidado nas intera es entre integrantes da equipe-clientela. O estudo foi realizado em trêshospitais do estado do Rio de Janeiro (dois universitários e um assistencial), no período outubro a dezembro de 2005.A observa o participante documentou os cuidados e dezessete integrantes da equipe e clientes-família foramentrevistados. As duas categorias, resultantes de análise de conteúdo, foram as dimens es instrumentais eexpressivas do cuidado. A predominancia das dimens es instrumentais mostrou o atendimento das demandasbiológicas da clientela. A predominancia das dimens es expressivas foi destacada como diferencial do cuidado aofacilitar la os para a continuidade do tratamento sem os clientes sentirem-se “partes-de-máquinas”. Os resultadosdemonstraram que dimens es instrumentais e expressivas do cuidado devem ser valorizadas para atenderintegralmente à clientela sendo que as expressivas devem ser documentadas na prática assistencial e literatura.
Temas sobre a organiza??o dos intelectuais no Brasil
Carvalho, Maria Alice Rezende de;
Revista Brasileira de Ciências Sociais , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-69092007000300003
Abstract: this article chooses some subjects for the research on exerting the intellectual activity in the brazil analyzing three distinct historical moments and the three corresponding ways of organization of intellectuals: the academies and institutes, the university, and the non-governmental organizations. the main suggestion is the continuity of the figure of the brazilian public intellectual, differing from the perspectives that point to the decline of this character in strong university institutionalization contexts. the inclusion of ngos in the reflection, though surpassing the prevailing model to deal with the theme in brazil, aims at stimulating the debate on the intellectual activity in the country in a moment of outstanding structural transformations in the realm of culture.
A dupla dimens?o do movimento latino-americano de história das ideias
Carvalho, Eugênio Rezende de;
Revista Brasileira de História , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-01882011000100015
Abstract: the goal of this article is to analyze the double dimension of the intellectual movement of history of ideas, organized in latin america in the 1940s, under the leadership of the prominent mexican philosopher leopoldo zea (1912-2004). the first dimension, known as 'disciplinary project,' sets the grounds for a history of ideas in latin america as a specific subject, including the philosophical, epistemological, theoretical, and methodological assumptions used as a foundation for his work. the second dimension, called 'extradisciplinary project,' is characterized by a pragmatic as well as an identity function assigned to the latin american history of ideas by the representatives of the movement. ultimately, the main objective of this work is to reflect upon the intimate relationship between these two dimensions or approaches, that is, between the history of ideas discipline and its functions.
Leopoldo Zea e o movimento latino-americano de História das idéias
Carvalho, Eugênio Rezende de;
Varia Historia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-87752010000100014
Abstract: this article analyzes the stages of foundation and consolidation of one of the most important intellectual movements of latin america in the twentieth century - the latin-american movement of history of ideas -, starting from actions and writings of its main leader and founder, the mexican philosopher leopoldo zea aguilar (1912-2004). in the 1940s, during the foundation period, the main focus is on the primary work of zea, as well as on his first efforts to articulate and organize this movement in continental scale. moreover, in the following stage held in the 1950s, the process of organic and epistemology consolidation of the movement is invoked.
Sea la América para la humanidad!: el americanismo universalista de José Martí
Eugênio Rezende de Carvalho
Latinoamérica. Revista de estudios Latinoamericanos , 2006,
Abstract: En este breve ensayo nos proponemos presentar las bases del americanismo en la obra del escritor e intelectual cubano José Martí (1853-1895), con el propósito de identificar la dimensión y sentido de su idea de América. Para ello investigamos los principios básicos que modelaron su visión del mundo y del ser humano, como paso preliminar al estudio de su visión de América y a la identificación de los criterios demarcadores del campo de identidad creado por él. Asimismo, buscamos analizar cómo el peculiar americanismo martiano ha conciliado las demandas de una identidad regional para el campo hispanoamericano con determinados valores universales
La ideología del progreso y la utopía de Goiania
Eugênio Rezende de Carvalho
Espiral , 1995,
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Surgery cancellations at a public hospital
Erika Pittelkow,Rachel de Carvalho
Einstein (S?o Paulo) , 2008,
Abstract: Objective: To determine the frequency of cancellation of scheduledsurgeries at a public hospital in the city of S o Paulo, and to identifythe reasons of cancellation. Methods: A descriptive, exploratory,retrospective study, with quantitative analysis, of records ofprocedures cancelled and medical charts of patients whose surgerieswere cancelled, between January 2006 and July 2007. Results: Ofthe 6,149 (100%) surgeries scheduled for the period surveyed, 701(11.4%) were canceled and 5,448 (88.6%) conducted; among thesurgeries cancelled, most were general surgeries (237/33.8%) andorthopedic surgery (200/28.5%); surgeons or assistant surgeons(518/73.9%) and anesthesiologists (183/26.1%) were responsible forcancellations. The primary reasons for cancellation were unfavorableclinical status of patients (225/32.1%), no show up of patients(119/17.0%), change in medical management (79/11.3%), patientnot appropriately prepared (53/7.5%) and lack of material (52/7.4%).Conclusions: This study enabled identifying the frequency and causesof surgical cancellations at a public hospital, so as to contribute toimproving professional performance in this area.
Humanizing health care: what do nursing students think?
Dyane Rocha,Rachel de Carvalho
Einstein (S?o Paulo) , 2007,
Abstract: Objective: To determine the degree of knowledge undergraduatenursing students have concerning humanizing hospital care. Methods:This was a descriptive level 1 survey with quantitative data analysis.The sample comprised 36 students enrolled in the 8th semester of theundergraduate nursing course. Data was collected at the NursingSchool of Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein by means of a questionnairewith identification data and specific questions concerning humanization.Results: Students defined humanization of hospital care as treatingclients with respect and addressing their needs; most students (22%or 61.1%) are familiar with the National Program to Humanize HospitalCare (PNHAH); the course subjects that more thoroughly covered thehumanization issue were Intensive Care, Oncology, and Psychiatry;the major advantages in implementing humanized hospital care wereimprovement in the nurse/client relationship, quality of servicesrendered, client satisfaction; major difficulties to implement humanizedhospital care were lack of knowledge by professionals concerning thehumanization of hospital care and lack of compliance in implementingactions; primary actions to implement humanization of hospital careare to give individualized and holistic care. Conclusion: The studentsdefined humanization; most of them are familiar with the PNHAH; theycited the third-year syllabus subjects as those that best cover the topicof humanization; and they emphasized the advantages and difficultiesof these practices and suggested actions to implement humanizationof medical assistance at a hospital level.
Prevalence and multiplicity of HPV in HIV women in Minas Gerais, Brazil
Corrêa, Christine Miranda;Teixeira, Nara Chartuni Pereira;Araújo, Angela Cristina Labanca de;Carvalho, Nara de Oliveira;Castillo, Dora Mendez Del;Campos, Rachel Rezende;Oliveira, Isaura Vargas;Alves, Antonio Rafael;Fran?a, Ana Flávia de Moura;Melo, Victor Hugo;
Revista da Associa??o Médica Brasileira , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-42302011000400017
Abstract: objective: to detect the frequency and subtypes of hpv in the uterine cervix of hiv-infected women. methods: sample consisted of 288 hiv-infected women, recruited from the public health system of five cities of minas gerais, brazil. women were seen from august 2003 to august 2008. cervical samples were collected for cytological analysis and for hpv dna detection, using polymerase chain reaction (pcr). hpv dna was classified according to its oncogenic potential in low risk (types 6, 11) and high risk (types 16, 18, 31, 33, 35). colposcopy was performed, followed by cervical biopsy when necessary. categorical variables were compared using the chi-squared test, with a significance level established at the 5% level. results: hpv prevalence was 78.8%. most frequent genotypes were hpv-6 (63.9%) and hpv-16 (48.5%). high-risk hpv were observed in 70.5% of the women; low-risk in 71.4%; both high and low-risk hpv were detected in 55.1% of the patients. multiple hpv genotypes were detected in 64.8% of the patients; two genotypes in 23.8%, and three in 18.9%. conclusion: hpv prevalence was high among hiv-infected women. multiple hpv genotypes were common in samples from the uterine cervix of hiv-infected women
O papel da informa??o no processo de capacita??o tecnológica das micro e pequenas empresas
Alvim, Paulo César Rezende de Carvalho;
Ciência da Informa??o , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-19651998000100004
Abstract: the need to make information available to the production sector has led to reflections aiming at meeting those needs broadly in a knowledge society. this article focuses on the relevance of the availability of information process of technological qualification and innovation for small businesses, cation and mainly in view of current those businesses's economic and social significance. it includes by suggestion a few measures that shoulder pursued to expand the offer of information for small businesses.
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