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Fernanda Raquel Oliveira Lima,Raquel Martins Melo Pinheiro
Fólio : Revista de Letras , 2010,
Abstract: This paper aims to present, in light of the theoretical framework of socio-discursive interactionism, a proposal to work with the group of argumentative genera for the early grades of elementary school, providing to the teacher guidance and reflections on didactic sequence format. The research arises as a case study that investigated the oral and written productions of a 4th year of the elementary school of the municipal public education system ofJuiz de Fora - MG. The initial productions stress the importance to begin learning the gender of the group of argumentation early, so the children can developed all the complex skills on this text type, and thus ensure a consistent learning that seeks to insert students in the practices of communicative activities.
Indira Matos Pinheiro Carvalho,Raquel Linhares Melo,Lourdes Maria Silva Andraus
Revista Eletr?nica de Enfermagem , 2001,
Abstract: Research of quantity character exploratory retrospective with the aim of raising the publications about nursing nephrology at Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem, informations about researchs and Brazilian Society of Nursing in Nephrology between January 1989 and December 1999. The dates were collected on the thirst using form. 1997 was the year with the biggest number of publications and S o Paulo stood out in quantity of publications and the most found methodology was masterly dissertation. We conclude that nursing nephrology is a good area for researches that will revert in improvement of assistance.
Comprimento da estaca no desenvolvimento de mudas de alecrim-pimenta
Carvalho Júnior, Wellington Geraldo Oliveira;Melo, Marco Túlio Pinheiro de;Martins, Ernane Ronie;
Ciência Rural , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84782009005000152
Abstract: this research aimed to evaluate the effect of shoot cutting length on the development of pepper-rosmarin seedlings (lippia sidoides cham.). the cuttings were obtained from stock plants of the medicinal vegetable garden of instituto de ciências agrárias/ufmg, montes claros, minas gerais, brazil. the experiment was conducted in greenhouse conditions with intermittent mist. the experimental design was totally randomized with four treatments consisted of different size intervals (5 to 8cm, 8.1 to 11cm, 11.1 to 14cm and 14.1 to 17cm), with five replications each. the amount of shooting and root, the shooting and root dry weight (g), the the longest root length (cm), the visual rooting evaluation and the rooting percentage were analysed. the results indicated that cutting length affects the development of pepper-rosmarin seedlings, especially shooting and root dry weight. the cuttings with 14.1 until 17cm presented the highest percentage of rooting and the largest average of the other variables, being the most recommended to be used in the propagation of pepper-rosmarin.
Socioeconomic and demographic characteristics and health condition of elderly people from a family health program in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Souza, Luccas Melo de;Morais, Eliane Pinheiro de;Barth, Quenia Camille Martins;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692006000600011
Abstract: this epidemiological and exploratory-descriptive study aimed to identify the socioeconomic and demographic features, as well as the health and disease condition of elderly people from a family health program in porto alegre, brazil, with the purpose of contributing to the planning of health actions for this population. data from 98 elderly people were collected through a home survey by means of a semistructured instrument. the mean age of the interviewed subjects was 69.5. sixty-one participants (62.2%) were women; 40 (40.8%) were married and 77 (78.6%) did not have remunerated work. most men (64.9%) had a companion, against 26.2% of women with a partner. as to health, 80.6% reported suffering from some pathology, especially diseases of the circulatory system, reported by 55.1% of the interviewees. although the collected data are in line with other studies, knowledge about them is important to adapt health actions by the family health program team under study, in order to offer better care to these elderly people.
Teor de óleo essencial de alecrim-pimenta em fun??o do horário de colheita
Melo, Marco Túlio Pinheiro de;Ribeiro, Juliana Martins;Meira, Messulan Rodrigues;Figueiredo, Lourdes Silva de;Martins, Ernane Ronie;
Ciência Rural , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84782011000700010
Abstract: the pepper-rosmarin is an important medicinal plant, native of northeast of brazil, that, because of its essential oil, presents great antifungal and antibacterial potential. one of the factors that affect the secondary metabolites content of plants is the harvest time, thus, the knowledge of this factor subsidizes the decisions agronomic species, favoring the increase of essential oil content at the harvest moment. thus, the aim of this research was to evaluate the effect of harvest time on the essential oil production of pepper-rosmarin (lippia sidoides cham.). the experiment was carried out in the instituto of ciências agrárias of universidade federal of minas gerais (ica/ufmg), montes claros, minas gerais, brazil. it was installed in a randomized block design, with five treatments consisted by harvest times (6:00, 9:00, 12:00, 15:00 and 18:00) with six replications (number of collections in each treatment). the leaves were obtained from stock plants of medicinal vegetable garden of ica/ ufmg. the essential oil was obtained by hydrodistillation in a clevenger apparatus. the regression analysis presented a cubic effect to the essential oil content, being that the highest value, 5,78% in relation to dry matter, was obtained at 9h59min. therefore, it was recommended the harvest time of pepper-rosmarin leaves next to 10h.
Auditory alterations for occupational exposition in musicians
Amorim, Raquel Beltr?o,Lopes, Andréa Cintra,Santos, Karlos Thiago Pinheiro dos,Melo, Ana Dolores Passarelli
International Archives of Otorhinolaryngology , 2008,
Abstract: Introduction: Exposure to music has become an interest among experts in hearing and acoustics, once it's related to the professional and social activity and to the high prevalence of Hearing Loss. Objective: To investigate musicians auditory health. Method: 30 musicians participated in the study and were submitted to specific interview, conventional and highfrequency tonal audiometry, tympanometry and transient-evoked and distortion-produced otoacoustic emissions. Results: 17% of the participants presented an audiogram that suggested Noise-Induced Hearing Loss, 7% normal with notch and 7% with other characteristics. The frequency thresholds average of 3, 4 and 6kHz presented a more intense level when compared to the one of 500, 1 and 2kHz; as well as the high frequency audiometry thresholds average when compared to the conventional audiometry. There was a threshold positive correlation with the age and time of profession. There hasn't been found transiently evoked otoacoustic emissions in 26,7% (right ear) and 23,3% (left ear), as well as in isolated frequencies in distortion-produced evoked otoacoustic emissions. Conclusion: Alterations were observed in tests with no complaints of hearing difficulties; the otoacoustic emissions test presented more sensitivity in the early detection of hearing alterations; musicians present a significant risk of developing hearing loss.
Altera es auditivas da exposi o ocupacional em músicos
Amorim, Raquel Beltr?o,Lopes, Andréa Cintra,Santos, Karlos Thiago Pinheiro dos,Melo, Ana Dolores Passarelli
Arquivos Internacionais de Otorrinolaringologia , 2008,
Abstract: Introdu o: A exposi o à música tornou-se interesse entre os especialistas em audi o e acústica, uma vez que está relacionada à atividade profissional e social e à alta prevalência da Perda Auditiva. Objetivo: Investigar a saúde auditiva de músicos. Método: Fizeram parte do estudo 30 músicos, os quais foram submetidos à entrevista específica, audiometria tonal convencional e de altas freqüências, timpanometria e emiss es otoacústicas evocadas transiente e por produto de distor o. Resultado: 17% dos sujeitos apresentaram audiograma sugestivo de Perda Auditiva Induzida por Ruído, 7% normal com entalhe e 7% com outras configura es. A média dos limiares das freqüências de 3, 4 e 6kHz mostraram-se com maior nível de intensidade quando comparada com a de 500, 1 e 2kHz; assim como a média dos limiares da audiometria de altas freqüências quando comparada com a audiometria convencional. Houve correla o positiva dos limiares com idade e com tempo de profiss o. Encontrado ausência de emiss es otoacústicas evocadas transiente em 26,7% (orelha direita) e 23,3% (orelha esquerda) e ausência de emiss es em freqüências isoladas nas emiss es otoacústicas evocadas por produto de distor o. Conclus o: Foram observadas altera es nos testes realizados na ausência de queixa de dificuldade auditiva; o teste das emiss es otoacústicas mostrou-se com maior sensibilidade na detec o precoce de altera es auditivas; músicos apresentam risco significativo de desenvolverem perda auditiva.
Utilized Theories by Nursing in the Care of People with an Ostomy: Integrative Review  [PDF]
Lays Pinheiro de Medeiros, Marjorie Dantas Medeiros Melo, Bertha Cruz Enders, Suenia Silva de Mesquita Xavier, Julliana Fernandes de Sena, Gabriela de Sousa Martins Melo, Jéssica Martinelli Martins de Assis, Isabelle Katherinne Fernandes Costa Assun??o
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2016.68064
Abstract: Objective: To identify in the literature the theories used by nursing professionals in the care of people with an ostomy. Method: It’s about an integrative review of the literature used in the LILACS, BDENF, PubMed Central, CINAHL, Web of Science and SCOPUS database. Results: The sample was made of 18 publications. Most of them were studies published in the last five years (44.4%), international publications (72.2%), published in international periodicals (66.7%), with level IV of evidence (83.3%). It was identified in the articles that the nursing theories were shown as the most used by the nurses in the care of people with an ostomy (55.5%), followed by the theories borrowed from psychology (38.9%) and, finally, the theories borrowed from pedagogy (22.2%). Conclusion: The nurses are using the assistance nursing models with a higher frequency to subsidize their surveys, as well as borrowed theories, mostly being performed and published internationally and with a low evidence level, highlighting the need of studies with a higher stringent methodology and, beyond this, analysis research of the used theories.
Avalia??o audiológica em pacientes portadores de hipotireoidismo
Santos, Karlos Thiago Pinheiro dos;Dias, Norimar Hernandes;Mazeto, Gláucia Maria Ferreira da Silva;Carvalho, Lidia Raquel de;Lapate, Renan Luis;Martins, Regina Helena Garcia;
Brazilian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1808-86942010000400012
Abstract: hearing loss in hypothyroidism has been reported by many authors but its pathophysiology is unclear. aims: to study the audiological evaluation of patients with acquired hypothyroidism. materials and methods: two groups were included: a hypothyroidism group (hg, n-30), and a control group (cg, n-30). parameters studied: gender, time of hypothyroidism, comorbidities, cochleovestibular symptoms, biochemistry and hormonal exams (tsh, t4), tonal audiometry, toaes and bera. results: all participants were women, 70% of the hg had hashimoto thyroiditis, 60% of the hg had had the diagnostic of the hypothyroidism for at least five years. depression and hypertension were frequent in hg. all hg patients had altered tsh values and 50% had diminished t4 values. sensorineural hearing loss was detected in 22 ears from the hg and in seven from the cg. bera was normal in the cg and altered in 10 ears from the hg, showing l-v increase. toaes were absent in 12 ears from the hg and in four from the cg. conclusions: hg patients had more cochleovestibular symptoms, higher audiometric thresholds, increase in l-v in the bera and absence or reduction in toaes amplitudes. such alterations were not associated with ths and free t4 levels.
Soroprevalência de anticorpos para toxoplasmose, rubéola, citomegalovírus, sífilis e HIV em gestantes sergipanas
Inagaki, Ana Dorcas de Melo;Oliveira, Lívia Albuquerque Resende de;Oliveira, Maria Fabiana Batista de;Santos, Ricardo Cley Silvestre;Araújo, Raquel Melo;Alves, José Antonio Barreto;Pinheiro, Kariny Souza;Gurgel, Ricardo Queiroz;Mussi-Pinhata, Marisa Márcia;
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0037-86822009000500010
Abstract: the seroprevalence of antibodies for hiv, syphilis, toxoplasmosis, cytomegalovirosis and rubella and its association with age and origin was investigated among pregnant women in sergipe, northeastern brazil. a total of 9,550 pregnant women (2,112 from the state capital and 7,438 from other municipalities) were enrolled in the study and consecutively tested during their first antenatal care visit in 2007. the following serum prevalences were found: syphilis (0.9%; 95% ci 0.7%-1.6%), hiv (0.14%; 95% ci 0.08%-0.2%), toxoplasmosis (igg 69.3%; 95% ci 68.3%-70.2%; igm 0.4%, 95% ci 0.3%-0.6%), cytomegalovirosis (igg 76.6%, 95% ci 75.7%-77.5%; igm 0.2%, 95% ci 0.09%-0.3%) and rubella (igg 71.6%, 95% ci 70.7%-72.6%; igm 0.1%, 95% ci 0.04%-0.2%). toxoplasmosis seropositivity increased with age. the prevalences of igg antibodies for toxoplasmosis, cytomegalovirus and rubella were higher in aracaju (state capital) than in other municipalities in the state of sergipe. the results showed that a large proportion of the pregnant women, particularly in municipalities other than the state capital, were susceptible to toxoplasmosis, rubella and cytomegalovirus, with a risk for their infants.
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