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Diagnósticos, resultados e interven??es de enfermagem para crian?as na Clínica Pediátrica de um hospital escola
Nóbrega, Renata Valéria;Nóbrega, Maria Miriam Lima da;Silva, Kenya de Lima;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672011000300014
Abstract: exploratory-descriptive study, developed with the objectives of building diagnostic / outcomes and nursing interventions statements, for children admitted to the pediatric clinic of a school hospital, based on the bank of terms of nursing special language of that pediatric unit and, on icnp? version 1.0; and to validate those statements with the participation of expert nurses. it was assigned 107 nursing diagnoses / outcomes statements, of which 48 reached a ci > 0.8 (44.85%) among the expert nurses, in the validation process. for these 48 statements, it has been assigned 330 nursing interventions, of which 270 reached a ci > 0.8 (81,81%) among the expert nurses, in the validation process. it is believed that the use of these statements could represent an important tool in the process of systematization of nursing care in the pediatric clinic of the cited hospital school.
Bank of terms of the nursing special language in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of a teaching hospital - descriptive study
Maria Miriam Lima da Nóbrega,Telma Ribeiro Garcia,Renata Valéria Nóbrega,Rafaela Teot?nio de Melo Araújo
Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing , 2009,
Abstract: Background: The lack of standardization in the nursing special language has been identified as one of the main problems to overcome so that the profession can be recognized as a science. The emphasis on addressing these concerns led to the development of nursing terminologies that often do not reflect the local nursing practices, and this fact motivated the identification of professional nursing terms in a teaching hospital. Objective: To build, based on the ICNP Seven Axes Model, a bank of terms of the nursing special language for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of a teaching hospital, by using the terms found in the nursing records of this unit. Methodology: Descriptive research developed with the goal of contributing to the systematization of nursing care at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of a teaching hospital. The steps followed in this research were: identification and evaluation of specialized documents; cross mapping of the identified terms with the ICNP Version 1.0 terms; establishment of databases domain trees; development of definitions for terms not included in ICNP , validation of the terms and definitions included in the database. Results: The results show that the 596 terms and definitions validated will enable the building of a bank of terms of the nursing special language for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, containing 226 terms that are included and 374 terms that are not included in ICNP Version 1.0. Conclusion: It is expected that this database will become a source for the development of ICNP Catalogues, including sets of diagnostic statements, nursing results and interventions, which can be used to implement the systematization of nursi
Does Excess Weight Interfere with Bone Mass Accumulation during Adolescence?
Luciana Nunes Mosca,Valéria Nóbrega da Silva,Tamara Beres Lederer Goldberg
Nutrients , 2013, DOI: 10.3390/nu5062047
Abstract: Obesity and osteoporosis are important global health problems characterized by increasing prevalence with high impact on morbidity and mortality. The objective of this review was to determine whether excess weight during adolescence interferes with bone mass accumulation. If bone mineral gain can be optimized during puberty, adults are less likely to suffer from the devastating complications of osteoporosis. The increased fracture risk in obese children has also been attributed to a lower bone mass for weight compared to non-obese children. Thus, adiposity present in this age group may not result in the protection of bone mass, in contrast to what has been observed in adults. However, studies involving adolescents have reported both protective and detrimental effects of obesity on bone. The results and mechanisms of these interactions are controversial and have not been fully elucidated, a fact highlighting the extreme relevance of this topic and the need to monitor intervening and interactive variables.
Reflecting on interdisciplinarity in graduation through the extension projects
Monique de Sousa Furtado, Patrícia Alves dos Santos, Maria Therezinha Nóbrega da Silva, Norma Valéria Dantas de O Souza
Revista de Enfermagem UFPE On Line , 2010,
Abstract: Objective: to describe the experience as nursing students and scholars in two extension projects at the Family Health Program in a community in Vila Isabel /RJ from March/2008 to February/2009. Methodology: activities involved from home visits to the consultations. Results: the performance on these projects made it possible to separate the beneficial experiences in the interdisciplinarity of obstacles in its implementation, such as conflicts in the team to have consensus on actions, lack of organization and the different views of the health-illness process. In addition, most assiduous scholars were the most charged and the relations of hierarchy, many times, influenced the opinions expressed. Observed in nursing education the difficulty in deconstructing the barriers between different disciplines. It was found that these problems range from training and experience of teachers, to the resistance of the models introduced in stages. Conclusion: we want to show how health professionals need to learn, since the graduation, to respect the knowledge of others and to face problems in relations not as obstacles but as challenges that can and should be overcome by new generations.
Preparation of Reference Material for Proficiency Test for Enumeration of Coliforms in Cheese Matrix  [PDF]
Marcelo Luiz Lima Brand?o, Carla de Oliveira Rosas, Silvia Maria Lopes Bricio, Valéria de Mello Medeiros, Juliana de Castro Beltr?o da Costa, Rodrigo Rollin Pinheiro, Paola Cardarelli-Leite, Marcus Henrique Campino de La Cruz, Armi Wanderley da Nóbrega
Detection (Detection) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/detection.2013.11002
Abstract: It is widely accepted that quantitative reference materials (RM), are indispensable tools for verification of the precision and accuracy of analytical measurements. The RM can be used by food microbiology laboratories, as part of their quality assurance programmes, to achieve their quality control. In Brazil, Anvisa RDC No. 12/01 specifies the enumeration of coliforms as one of the parameters for evaluating cheese quality. The aim of this study was to produce a quantitative RM for proficiency testing (PT) for use in the testing of enumeration of coliforms in cheese matrixes. A sample of an ultra-filtered cheese with a coliforms count of <3.0 MPN/g and a total n? of viable aerobes of 1.2 × 103 CFU/g was used as the matrix to produce the RM. The ultra-filtered cheese matrix was distributed in flasks, contaminated with a specific concentration of an Escherichia coli strain and submitted to freeze-drying. Sucrose was used as the cryo-protector. The RM produced was considered sufficiently homogeneous and stable at ≤ ?70?C during the entire study period (348 days). The material was also considered sufficiently stable at 4?C for six days, but instable at 30?C and 35?C for the same period. At ?20?C the RM was sufficiently stable for 161 days. It was concluded that the material showed all the necessary requirements for a quality RM to be used as PT items and could be transported to the laboratories taking part in a PT at up to 4?C for up to 6 days, since the results indicated maintenance of the cell concentrations during this period. This is the first study to describe a methodology for producing RM containing coliforms in a cheese matrix.
Primary progressive aphasia: analisys of 16 cases
Radanovic, Márcia;Senaha, Mirna Lie Hosogi;Mansur, Letícia Lessa;Nitrini, Ricardo;Bahia, Valéria Santoro;Carthery, Maria Teresa;Aires, Flávia Nóbrega Freire;Mathias, Sandra Christina;Caramelli, Paulo;
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X2001000400006
Abstract: primary progressive aphasia (ppa) is an intriguing syndrome, showing some peculiar aspects that differentiate it from classical aphasic pictures caused by focal cerebral lesions or dementia. the slow and progressive deterioration of language occurring in these cases provides an interesting model to better understand the mechanisms involved in the linguistic process. we describe clinical and neuroimaging aspects found in 16 cases of ppa. our patients underwent language and neuropsychological evaluation, magnetic resonance imaging (mri) and single photon emission computerized tomography (spect). we observed a clear distinction in oral expression patterns; patients were classified as fluent and nonfluent. anomia was the earliest and most evident symptom in both groups. neuroimaging pointed to spect as a valuable instrument in guiding the differential diagnosis, as well as in making useful clinical and anatomical correlations. this report and a comparison to literature are an attempt to contribute to a better understanding of ppa.
Baixa dose de misoprostol sublingual (12,5 μg) para indu??o do parto
Gattás, Daniele Sofia de Moraes Barros;Souza, Alex Sandro Rolland;Souza, Caroline Gomes Fernandes de;Florentino, André Vinícius de Assis;Nóbrega, Bianca Virgolino;Fook, Valéria Pascoal de Oliveira Lia;Amorim, Melania Maria Ramos;
Revista Brasileira de Ginecologia e Obstetrícia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-72032012000400005
Abstract: purpose: to describe the maternal and perinatal outcomes after the use of 12.5 μg of sublingual misoprostol for labor induction in women with term pregnancy and a live fetus. methods: we conducted a multicenter, open and non-randomized clinical trial during the period from july to december 2009. we included 30 pregnant women with an indication for labor induction at term, carrying a live fetus, with a bishop score of six or less, cephalic presentation, estimated fetal weight of less than 4,000 g and an amniotic fluid index greater than five. we excluded women with a previous uterine scar, non-reassuring fetal status, congenital anomalies, multiple pregnancy, intrauterine growth restriction, genital bleeding, and contraindications of vaginal delivery. a tablet of 12.5 μg sublingual misoprostol was administered every six hours, until the beginning of labor, with the maximum of eight doses. results: labor was successfully induced in 90% of pregnant women. the mean interval between the first dose and the onset of uterine contractions and delivery was 14.3±11.7 hours and 25.4±13 hours, respectively. the frequency of vaginal delivery was 60%. uterine tachysystole occurred in two pregnant women, being reversed in both cases without the need for cesarean section. meconium-stained amniotic fluid was observed in four patients, and an apgar score of less than 7 at five minutes in only one newborn. conclusion: maternal and perinatal outcomes were favorable after induction of labor with sublingual misoprostol at a dose of 12.5 μg every six hours. however, controlled trials are needed to compare this regimen with other doses and routes of administration.
Inquérito soroepidemiológico de leishmaniose canina em áreas endêmicas de Cuiabá, Estado de Mato Grosso
Almeida, Arleana do Bom Parto Ferreira de;Faria, Renata Pereira;Pimentel, Maria Fernanda Aranega;Dahroug, Magyda Arabia Araji;Turbino, Nívea Clarice Monteiro Rocha;Sousa, Valéria Régia Franco;
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0037-86822009000200012
Abstract: leishmaniases are zoonoses that are undergoing expansion in brazil. dogs are of importance regarding transmission and dispersion of the disease, especially in areas presenting visceral leishmaniasis. the aim of this study was to evaluate the seroprevalence of leishmaniasis among domestic dogs in the urban area of cuiabá. for this investigation, four districts of cuiabá were selected, one in each administrative region. the dog sampling was defined statistically, taking the prevalence to be 8.4%. among the 468 dogs examined, 16 presented an indirect immunofluorescence reaction, thus resulting in an overall prevalence of 3.4%. there was no predisposition towards canine leishmaniasis occurrences in relation to breed, sex or age. the main risk factors for occurrences of canine infection identified in the city of cuiabá were the presence of dogs living in areas surrounding homes and the proximity of homes to forests. thus, there have been changes in leishmaniasis occurrences within the urban environment.
Interference standard applied to sulfur determination in biodiesel microemulsions by ICP-QMS
Amais, Renata S.;Donati, George L.;Nóbrega, Joaquim A.;
Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-50532012000500002
Abstract: determining sulfur by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (icp-ms) is not a trivial task especially due to the intense spectral interferences caused by polyatomic ions such as 16o2+, (16oh)2+, 14n16oh2+ and 14n18o+. in this work, argon species naturally present in the plasma (interference standards, ifs) are used to minimize spectral interferences on sulfur determination in biodiesel microemulsions. an external calibration method using ratios between analytical and ifs signals is employed in all determinations. the limits of detection (lod) calculated for the 32/36, 34/36, 34/37 and 34/38 signal ratios were 4.0, 1.0, 1.0 and 0.8 mg l-1, respectively. a standard reference material (lubricating oil, srm 1848) and spiking studies in biodiesel samples were employed to check the method accuracy. recoveries varied from 77 to 105% while using any of the ifs probes (36ar+, 36arh+ or 38ar+).
Strategies to improve accuracy and sensitivity in phosphorus determinations by inductively coupled plasma quadrupole mass spectrometry
Donati, George L.;Amais, Renata S.;Nóbrega, Joaquim A.;
Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-50532012000400026
Abstract: the collision/reaction interface with he introduced through the skimmer at 100 ml min-1 is employed to improve accuracy in 31p+ determinations by icp-qms. the 31p16o+ determination in cool plasma conditions result in limits of detection 55-fold lower. this strategy may be an interesting alternative for high ionization potential elements such as p.
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