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Hipertens?o arterial e consumo de sal em popula??o urbana
Bisi Molina,Maria del Carmen; Cunha,Roberto de Sá; Herkenhoff,Luis Fernando; Mill,José Geraldo;
Revista de Saúde Pública , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-89102003000600009
Abstract: objective: to evaluate the salt intake and urinary na+/k+ ratio in a randomized sample from an ethnically mixed urban population. methods: a randomized residential sample of 2,268 individuals aged 25-64 in vitória, es, was selected, of whom 1,663 (73.3%) reported to the hospital for standardized tests. salt, na+ and k+ intake was estimated from 12-hour urine excretion (7 p.m. to 7 a.m.) and from the monthly salt consumption at home reported in the interview. clinic arterial pressure was measured twice under standard conditions by two trained investigators, using mercury sphygmomanometry. the student t and tukey tests were utilized for statistical analysis. results: urinary na+ excretion was higher in men and individuals of lower socioeconomic level (p<0.000). no difference between ethnic groups was observed. k+ excretion was unrelated to socioeconomic level and ethnicity, but was significantly higher among men (25±18 vs. 22±18 meq/12h; p=0.002). positive linear correlation was observed between urinary na+ excretion and systolic (r=0.15) and diastolic (r=0.19) arterial pressure. hypertensive individuals showed higher urinary na+ excretion and na+/k+ ratio than normotensive individuals. reported salt intake was around 50% of the intake estimated from 12-hour urine collection (around 45% of 24-hour urinary excretion). conclusions: salt intake is strongly influenced by socioeconomic level and may partially explain the higher prevalence of hypertension in lower socioeconomic classes.
Hipertens o arterial e consumo de sal em popula o urbana
Bisi Molina Maria del Carmen,Cunha Roberto de Sá,Herkenhoff Luis Fernando,Mill José Geraldo
Revista de Saúde Pública , 2003,
Abstract: OBJETIVO: Avaliar o consumo de sal e a rela o sódio/potássio urinário em amostra randomizada de popula o urbana etnicamente miscigenada. MéTODOS: Foi selecionada uma amostra rand mica de 2.268 residentes de Vitória, ES, entre 25 e 64 anos de idade. Os indivíduos foram escolhidos por amostragem domiciliar realizada em 1999/2000, dos quais 1.663 (73,3%) compareceram ao hospital para a realiza o de exames padronizados. O consumo estimado de sal, Na+ e K+ foi determinado por meio da coleta de urina de 12h no período noturno (19h às 7h) e do gasto mensal de sal domiciliar referido durante a entrevista. A press o arterial clínica foi medida duas vezes por diferentes pesquisadores treinados em condi es padronizadas, usando esfignomam metro de mercúrio. Para análise estatística foram utilizados o teste de Student e o teste de Tukey. RESULTADOS: A excre o urinária de Na+ foi mais alta em homens e em indivíduos de menores condi es socioecon micas (P<0,000). N o foi observada diferen a entre os grupos étnicos. A excre o de K+ n o se relacionou com nível socioecon mico e ra a, mas foi significativamente mais alta entre os homens (25±18 x 22±18 mEq/12h; P=0,002). Foi observada uma correla o linear positiva entre a excre o urinária de Na+ e press o arterial sistólica (r=0,15) e diastólica (r=0,19). Indivíduos hipertensos apresentaram maior excre o urinária de Na+ e rela o Na/K, quando comparados com indivíduos normotensos. O consumo de sal relatado foi aproximadamente 50% do consumo estimado pela excre o urinária de 12h (em torno de 45% da excre o urinária de 24h). CONCLUS ES: A ingest o de sal é fortemente influenciada pelo nível socioecon mico e pode, parcialmente, explicar a alta prevalência de hipertens o arterial nas classes socioecon micas mais baixas.
Por uma estética tátil: sobre a adapta??o de obras de artes plásticas para deficientes visuais
Almeida, Maria Clara de;Carijó, Filipe Herkenhoff;Kastrup, Virgínia;
Fractal : Revista de Psicologia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1984-02922010000100007
Abstract: three common strategies for providing the visually disabled with access to plastic arts are analyzed: adapting works of art via raised-line techniques, using representational textures and selecting sculptures. we draw upon studies in the cognitive psychology of touch (such as gibson, 1962; lederman, 1997; hatwell; martinez-sarocchi, 2000), in order to discuss both the adequacy of these strategies vis-à-vis the modality of touch and their aesthetic reach. we show that most "tactile versions" are by no means tactile: by ignoring both the cognitive properties and the expressive dimension of touch, they end up reproducing visual standards. we suggest that access to the plastic arts should be understood in terms of the invention of a truly tactile aesthetics.keywords: visual disability; tactile perception; aesthetic experience; plastic arts.
Transplante simultaneo de pancreas e rim: uma realidade em nosso meio
Sá Jo?o Roberto de
Arquivos Brasileiros de Endocrinologia & Metabologia , 2003,
Adaptive Behaviour and Paddle Tennis: A Case Study of Down’s Syndrome  [PDF]
Ricardo De la Vega, Roberto Ruíz, Maria De la Rocha, Jesús Onrubia, Oswaldo Rivera
Advances in Physical Education (APE) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ape.2013.34030
Abstract: Adaptive behaviour is one of the key elements to diagnose intellectual disability. In addition, these behaviors are crucial in order to operate on the daily life. As a population with a high risk of developing a sedentary lifestyle, adapted physical activity programs for people and children with intellectual disability are needed. Therefore the aim of this study is to assess the influence of adapted paddle tennis intervention program on the adaptive behaviour of a child with Down’s syndrome. In a case study of child with Down’s syndrome (male, Caucasian, age = 4.5 years), he participated on a paddle tennis program with a length of 12 weeks. The child’s parents assessed the adaptive behaviour before and after the program through the Adapted Behaviour Scale (ABS-S:2). Obtained data showed that three domains presented a positive increasing. Parents reported that physical development increased from 19 to 23.5, and this increase was corroborated by the instructor (post score = 23.8). Moreover, language development increases from 18.5 to 28 (parents). The paddle tennis instructor perceived an increase in speaking abilities after the program. The self-management domain also showed an increase from 8 to 17. The adapted paddle tennis program is suitable for promoting physical activity and for improving adaptive behaviour in children with intellectual disabilities.
Basicities of primary arylamines and calculated amine nitrogen electronic charges
LEITE, Sérgio Roberto de Andrade;
Eclética Química , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-46701998000100006
Abstract: mülliken charges on nitrogen atoms were calculated for several arylamines, utilizing the am1 quantum chemistry method, relating their values to experimental amine pka . direct relation between pka and nitrogen charges was found. the amines energies of protonation, calculated by the same method, also correlate directly with these charges.
A rela??o psicoterapêutica na abordagem fenomenológico-existencial
Lessa,Adir Machado; Novaes De Sá,Roberto;
Análise Psicológica , 2006,
Abstract: the on going paper argues that phenomenological-existential approach to psychotherapy has, from its historical origins, a central preoccupation with concrete existence, in opposition to abstract theorical explanations of natural scientific inspiration. the therapeutic relation, as a consequence, is never understood like a technical meeting between a specialist and his client, as inner subjectivities. it must be seen as the essential dimension of psychotherapy and thematically conceived like a specific way of existential encounter based, as ontical possibility, on the existential-ontological structure called by heidegger as "being-in-the-world-with-others".
Existe violência sem agress?o moral?
Oliveira, Luís Roberto Cardoso de;
Revista Brasileira de Ciências Sociais , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-69092008000200010
Abstract: the article submits that it is not adequate to classify as violence acts of aggression that do not carry a moral component. despite having an eminently symbolic and immaterial character, such moral component would carry a much greater objectivity as an expression of violence than a physical aggression in the strict sense of the term. moral aggressions are then defined as an insult, which convey two basic characteristics: (1) it is an objective injury to rights, which cannot be adequately translated into material evidence; and, (2) it always implies some devaluation or negation of the identity of the interlocutor. the paper also addresses the difficulties of the judiciary in dealing with such aggressions where positive law prevails, producing discontentment among the parties and often aggravating the conflict.
Anomalias em conchas de Biomphalaria straminea (Dunker, 1848), criadas em laboratório. (Pulmonata, Planorbidae)
Andrade,Roberto Milward de; Carvalho,Osmar S.;
Revista de Saúde Pública , 1973, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-89101973000300008
Abstract: the occurrence of 90 biomphalaria straminea shells displaying marked deformation in their last whorl, is reported. the referred to planorbid population originates from a strain collected, about three years ago, in curvelo, mg (brazil), and which has been kept in laboratory glass aquarium.
Uma vers o mais modesta dos argumentos transcendentais da primeira Crítica
Roberto Horácio de Sá Pereira
Princípios : Revista de Filosofia , 2009,
Abstract: This paper presents a reconstruction of Kant’s Deduction and Kant’s Refutation of Idealism as a form of argument direct against an empiricist form of skepticism questioning the validity of empirical judgments about external object in its so-called empirical sense and not in its transcendental one.
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