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The estressors in patients critical: literature review study
Renata da Silva Vasconcelos, Elaine Antunes Cortez
Revista de Enfermagem UFPE On Line , 2009,
Abstract: Objective: to identify the generating factors of stress in the critical customers of the Unit of Intensive Therapy Unit (ITU) that they are not sedated or in coma. Methods: descriptive, exploratory research and qualitative, carried through by means of a survey of the scientific production in periodic in the databases of the Lilacs, Medline and Scielo of last the ten years, where 10 publications had been selected. Results: with the technological development, as for example, mechanical devices of invasive monitoriza o, and fans, the ITU if had become highly modern, becoming the more frightening intensive cares for the customers. Conclusion: the factors, such as, to have pain, sleeplessness, absence of the familiar ones, to be tubed, the racket of the machineries, the difficulty of a communication and the dehumanization are the generating factors of stress. It is distinguished that it has controlled stress of it will allow to improve the physical and psychic condition, to promote an environment more humanized, and to assist in the planning of the nursing assistance more.
QTL detection of yield-related traits of cashew
Cavalcanti, José Jaime Vasconcelos;Santos, Francisco Herbeth Costa dos;Silva, Fanuel Pereira da;Pinheiro, Cássia Renata;
Crop Breeding and Applied Biotechnology , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1984-70332012000100008
Abstract: the identification of quantitative trait loci (qtl) and marker-assisted selection with a view to breeding programs have aroused great interest, including for cashew improvement. this study identified qtl for yield-related traits: nut weight, male and hermaphrodite flowers. the traits were evaluated in 71 f1 genotypes of the cross ccp 1001 x cp 96. the methods of interval mapping and multiple qtl mapping were applied to identify qtl. eleven qtl were detected: three for nut weight, four for male flowers and four for hermaphrodite flowers. the qtl accounted for 3.79 to 12.98 % of the total phenotypic variance and had phenotypic effects of -31.81 to 34.25 %. the potential for marker-assisted selection of the qtl hf-2f and hf-3m is great and the phenotypic effects and percentage of phenotypic variation higher than of the others.
NOTE - QTL detection of yield-related traits of cashew
José Jaime Vasconcelos Cavalcanti,Francisco Herbeth Costa dos Santos,Fanuel Pereira da Silva,Cássia Renata Pinheiro
Crop Breeding and Applied Biotechnology , 2012,
Abstract: The identification of quantitative trait loci (QTL) and marker-assisted selection with a view to breeding programs have aroused great interest, including for cashew improvement. This study identified QTL for yield-related traits: nut weight, male and hermaphrodite flowers. The traits were evaluated in 71 F1 genotypes of the cross CCP 1001 x CP 96. The methods of interval mapping and multiple QTL mapping were applied to identify QTL. Eleven QTL were detected: three for nut weight, four for male flowers and four for hermaphrodite flowers. The QTL accounted for 3.79 to 12.98 % of the total phenotypic variance and had phenotypic effects of -31.81 to 34.25 %. The potential for marker-assisted selection of the QTL hf-2f and hf-3m is great and the phenotypic effects and percentage of phenotypic variation higher than of the others.
Síntese de proteína microbiana e concentra??es de uréia em vacas alimentadas com dietas à base de palma forrageira e diferentes volumosos
Ferreira, Marcelo de Andrade;Silva, Renata Rodrigues da;Ramos, Alenice Ozino;Véras, Antonia Sherlanea Chaves;Melo, Airon Aparecido Silva de;Guimar?es, Amanda Vasconcelos;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982009000100020
Abstract: five holstein cows were allotted to a 5 × 5 latin square design with the objective of evaluating the microbial protein production, using the total excretion of purine derivatives (pd), obtained from spot urine collection, plasma and milk urea and nitrogen (n)-urea. the five treatments contained different forage sources: sugar cane bagasse (cb), tifton hay (th), elephant grass hay (eh), sorghum silage (ss) and a mixture of sugar cane bagasse + sorghum silage (cbss). the milk urea (10.98 mg/dl) and n-urea (5.11 mg/dl) concentrations were not influenced by the forage sources, such as plasma urea (28.10 mg/dl) and n-urea (13.09 mg/dl) concentrations. the urinary urea, n-urea, allantoin and pd excretions, the absorbed purine, n-microbial synthesis and milk allantoin concentration remained unchanged. the different forage sources in association with forage cactus did not change the microbial protein production.
Influence of female hormonal fluctuation on maximum occlusal force
Gon?alves, Thaís Marques Simek Vega;Vasconcelos, Lucíola Maria Rodrigues de;Silva, Wander José da;Del Bel Cury, Altair Antoninha;Garcia, Renata Cunha Matheus Rodrigues;
Brazilian Dental Journal , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-64402011000600010
Abstract: hormonal fluctuations during the menstrual cycle may influence on muscular tensions and probably alter occlusal force. the aim of this study was to evaluate whether hormonal levels affect maximum occlusal force (mof) of healthy women throughout the different phases of the menstrual cycle. sixty complete dentate subjects who were not under use of oral contraceptives were selected to participate in this study. mof was bilaterally evaluated on the molar region, during 3 complete menstrual cycles, using 5.65 mm-wide sensors. measurements were carried out during each of the following menstrual cycle phases: menstrual, follicular, periovulatory and luteal, presumed by ovulation test. data were analyzed by one-way anova and tukey-kramer test (p<0.05). comparisons among menstrual cycle phases showed no differences on mof (p=0.27). under the conditions of this study, it may be concluded that hormonal fluctuations during the menstrual cycle do not affect mof of a sample of healthy women.
Análise da sintomatologia depressiva nos moradores do Abrigo Cristo Redentor através da aplica??o da Escala de Depress?o Geriátrica (EDG)
Siqueira,Gisela Rocha de; Vasconcelos,Diego Tenório de; Duarte,Gustavo Coelho; Arruda,Ivo Calado de; Costa,Jo?o Alysson Silva da; Cardoso,Renata de Oliveira;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232009000100031
Abstract: the objective of this study was to determine the prevalence of depression in elderly living in the shelter " christ the redeemer" , in jaboat?o dos guararapes, pernambuco. a descriptive study was conducted in september and october 2006, with individuals aged 60 years or more. the sample consisted of 55 elderly, who answered the 30 questions of the scale of geriatric depression of yesavage. analysis of variance of the prevalence of depression symptoms between both sexes was conducted. depression was identified in 28 individuals (51%), 18 males (64,2%) and 10 females (35,7%). we recommend the creation of a new scale, simpler and easier to understand for patients with lower cognitive level.
A estratégia de "redu??o" e a carga de trabalho dos coletores de lixo domiciliar de uma grande cidade: estudo de caso baseado na Análise Ergon?mica do Trabalho
Vasconcelos, Renata Campos;Lima, Francisco de Paula Antunes;Abreu, Ana Carolina Medeiros da Silveira;Silva, Raquel Christine Ribeiro;Camarotto, Jo?o Alberto;Murta, Edmar Pires;
Revista Brasileira de Saúde Ocupacional , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0303-76572008000100006
Abstract: this article discusses the "reduction" process as a working strategy implemented by the garbage collectors of a big city and its influence on workload and work organization. the so called "reduction" process consists in preparing garbage bags to be collected piling up 'intermediate stocks' before they are loaded on trucks. garbage collectors' activitiy was studied through ergonomic work analysis (ewa), supplemented by physiological and biomechanical workload measuring. as far as work organization is concerned, it was observed that when garbage collectors adopt this strategy they improve their work rhythm; they have more possibilities to separate garbage, such as plastic bags containing glass pieces from the rest; they manage to interact more with co-workers and communicate better with local residents on better ways of garbage packing. as regard to health and safety, when garbage collectors follow this process they are less liable to getting cut, to being run over, to falling down or to having quarrels with drivers, and their tasks are performed with less biomechanical load. the authors concluded that the "reduction" strategy not only decreases biomechanical load and exposure to risks, but also improves residential garbage collection.
Nursing Workload as a Risk Factor for Healthcare Associated Infections in ICU: A Prospective Study
Renata M. Daud-Gallotti, Silvia F. Costa, Thais Guimar?es, Katia Grillo Padilha, Evelize Naomi Inoue, Tiago Nery Vasconcelos, Fernanda da Silva Cunha Rodrigues, Edizangela Vasconcelos Barbosa, Walquíria Barcelos Figueiredo, Anna S. Levin
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0052342
Abstract: Introduction Nurse understaffing is frequently hypothesized as a potential risk factor for healthcare-associated infections (HAI). This study aimed to evaluate the role of nursing workload in the occurrence of HAI, using Nursing Activities Score (NAS). Methods This prospective cohort study enrolled all patients admitted to 3 Medical ICUs and one step-down unit during 3 months (2009). Patients were followed-up until HAI, discharge or death. Information was obtained from direct daily observation of medical and nursing rounds, chart review and monitoring of laboratory system. Nursing workload was determined using NAS. Non-compliance to the nurses’ patient care plans (NPC) was identified. Demographic data, clinical severity, invasive procedures, hospital interventions, and the occurrence of other adverse events were also recorded. Patients who developed HAI were compared with those who did not. Results 195 patients were included and 43 (22%) developed HAI: 16 pneumonia, 12 urinary-tract, 8 bloodstream, 2 surgical site, 2 other respiratory infections and 3 other. Average NAS and average proportion of non compliance with NPC were significantly higher in HAI patients. They were also more likely to suffer other adverse events. Only excessive nursing workload (OR: 11.41; p: 0.019) and severity of patient’s clinical condition (OR: 1.13; p: 0.015) remained as risk factors to HAI. Conclusions Excessive nursing workload was the main risk factor for HAI, when evaluated together with other invasive devices except mechanical ventilation. To our knowledge, this study is the first to evaluate prospectively the nursing workload as a potential risk factor for HAI, using NAS.
Consumo e comportamento alimentar entre adolescentes brasileiros: Pesquisa Nacional de Saúde do Escolar (PeNSE), 2009
Levy,Renata Bertazzi; Castro,Inês Rugani Ribeiro de; Cardoso,Letícia de Oliveira; Tavares,Letícia Ferreira; Sardinha,Luciana Monteiro Vasconcelos; Gomes,Fabio da Silva; Costa,André Wallace Nery da;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232010000800013
Abstract: the objective of this article is to describe the characteristics of food consumption and eating behavior of adolescents and its association with socio-demographic factors. in 2009, a random sample of students in 9th grade of elementary education at public and private schools from 26 brazilian state capitals and federal district was studied. it was applied a self-administered questionnaire with socio-demographic attributes, food consumption and eating behavior, among others. estimates of the constructed indicators were presented for the total population and by sex. the association of each indicator with socio-demographic variables was examined by logistic regression. the results showed that over half of adolescents presented frequent consumption of beans (62.6%), milk (53.6%) and sweets (50.9%), and held at least lunch or dinner with the mother or responsible (62.6%) and watching television or studying (50.9%). in general, girls were more exposed to undesirable eating habits and higher socioeconomic status was associated with a higher prevalence of the indicators studied. the results revealed regular consumption of unhealthy diet markers and consumption of less than the recommended for a healthy diet, pointing the need for strengthening health promotion activities targeting young people.
Adapta??es na mastiga??o, degluti??o e fonoarticula??o em idosos de institui??o de longa permanência
Lima, Renata Milena Freire;Amaral, Ana Karênina de Freitas Jord?o do;Aroucha, Edylla Barbosa Lins;Vasconcelos, Tirza Malta Jord?o de;Silva, Hilton Justino da;Cunha, Daniele Andrade da;
Revista CEFAC , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-18462009000700017
Abstract: purpose: to identify extant adaptations into stomatognathic functions of chew, deglutition and speech in aged people at a long permanence institution. methods: 34 aged people, of both genders, being 15 feminine and 19 masculine, with ages ranging from 65 to 88 years, took part in the study. interviews were carried through containing questions for the aged people on general health and feeding and speech therapy evaluations were performed in order to characterize functions of chew, deglutition and speech. results: as for chew, it was observed that the majority of aged people showed an adapted chew, with exaggerated participation of perioral muscles, heaves of jaw and predominant chew standard was bilateral simultaneous. as for deglutition, it was observed that this function as well as chew were an adapted form into the majority of volunteers majority, we also observed the occurrence of exaggerated participation of perioral muscles and noise during deglutition. in speech evaluation we noted that in more than 50% of the aged people, there was great air escape occurring during speaks, as well as a rise of reduced larynx and the presence of substitution, omission, distortion and imprecision. conclusion: it was observed that aged people get adaptations during chew process in order to keep their possible diet next to when they were young. it was also noted that the studied aged people carry through some compensations during deglutition. the found speech characteristics do not limit severely aged people communication currently. it was still possible to observe that attendance to aged people needed to be carried through by an interdisciplinary team and that speech therapist can and must be part of this team assisting in preventing and/or rehabilitating issues related to stomatognathic functions.
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