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Validación de un cuestionario breve para medir conductas alimentarias de riesgo
Unikel-Santoncini,Claudia; Bojórquez-Chapela,Ietza; Carreo-García,Silvia;
Salud Pública de México , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0036-36342004000600005
Abstract: objetive: to assess the validity and reliability of a questionnaire for the screening of risk eating behaviors. material and methods: the questionnaire was applied to female high school students in mexico city in october2002, as well as to a sample of eating disorder patients seen at the eating disorders unit of the national institute of psychiatry between september and december 2002. statistical methods included internal consistency analysis (cronbach's alpha) and factor and principal component analysis with oblique rotation. the cutoff point, sensitivity, specificity, and predictive values of the questionnaire were determined using 2 x 2 tables. results: the questionnaire showed a high reliability (·=0.83) and a three-factor structure with 64.7% of the total explained variance. a discriminant analysis showed that almost 90% of cases were correctly classified. conclusions: this questionnaire is reliable and valid for assessing risk eating behaviors in the study population.
Validación del Eating Disorder Inventory en una muestra de mujeres mexicanas con trastorno de la conducta alimentaria
Claudia Unikel Santoncini,Ietza Bojorquez Chapela,Silvia Carreo García,Alejandro Caballero Romo
Salud mental , 2006,
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Características organizacionales, estrés y consumo de alcohol en trabajadores de una empresa textil mexicana
Silvia Carreo García,Ma. Elena Medina Mora,Nora Martínez Vélez,Francisco Juárez García
Salud mental , 2006,
Abstract: En el ambiente laboral hay diversos factores que pueden propiciar bienestar o malestar en los obreros. La percepción del clima organizacional y la valoración que las personas hagan, tiene efectos negativos y positivos que producen consecuencias tanto a nivel individual como en el desempe o laboral. El estrés laboral es otro factor que tiene repercusiones significativas en la salud de las personas y en la calidad del trabajo y se ha relacionado con el consumo excesivo de alcohol, el uso de sustancias psicoactivas y el incremento de múltiples problemas sociales y laborales. Con base en lo anterior, el objetivo de este trabajo es determinar qué factores organizacionales como estrés laboral, clima organizacional y satisfacción en el trabajo se relacionan con el consumo de alcohol, la presentación de problemas laborales y los accidentes, en los trabajadores mexicanos de una empresa textil. Método El estudio se hizo en una empresa textil. La muestra fue de 277 trabajadores, todos hombres, de 16 a 65 a os de edad, 85% con estudios de secundaria y 82.7% casados o en unión libre. Se utilizó un cuestionario auto aplicado y anónimo; con la prueba AUDIT de alcohol, escalas de estrés laboral, clima organizacional, satisfacción laboral y preguntas generales. Resultados En cuanto al clima organizacional, la mayoría (92%) percibe buena comunicación con su grupo de trabajo, 87.2% mencionó tener ayuda de su jefe, 78% indicó contar con apoyo suficiente para resolver problemas...
Relación entre nivel de consumo de alcohol, salud mental y sintomas somaticos en un grupo de trabajadores de la industria gastronomica y hotelera de la Ciudad de México
Eunice Ruiz Cortés,Silvia Carreo García,Nora Martínez Vélez,Francisco Juárez García
Salud mental , 2006,
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Relación entre el consumo de tabaco, salud mental y malestares físicos en hombres trabajadores de una empresa textil mexicana
Rodríguez Machain, Ana Carolina;Martínez Vélez, Nora Angélica;Juárez García, Francisco;López Lugo, Elsa Karina;Carreo García, Silvia;Medina-Mora, María Elena;
Salud mental , 2008,
Abstract: introduction tobacco use is considered a worldwide public health problem because of the amount of death and disease it causes. the who reports that 30% of the adult population in the world are cigarette smokers, and that nearly five million of these will die within one year. prospective studies performed by the who show that if current tobacco use continues, in 2020 there will be 8.4 million deaths due to tobacco-related diseases every year; seven out of 10 of these deaths will occur in emergent countries, like mexico. more than 53000 tobacco users die every year in mexico because of tobacco-related diseases, and at least 147 of these die daily. data from the national addictions survey (nas) 2002 showed that 26.4% of the people between 12 and 65 years old were active tobacco consumers; this amounted to nearly 14 million individuals. of these, 7.1% were under 18 years old. the number of tobacco consumers in mexico has increased from nine million in 1988 to 14 million in 2002. according to the nas, 52% of the users smoke on a daily basis, and 61.4% of them began smoking when they were minors. to know the actual consumption levels, it is important to consider some factors: the number of cigarettes a person smokes, the different situations where a person smokes, and the social and physical consequences of smoking. thus, it would be possible to develop a consumer classification (i. e. soft consumers, mild consumers, and hard consumers). there may be numerous causes for a person to be ill. when speaking about the harmful effects of tobacco use, the literature is clear in stating that these begin with the first cigarette smoked. however, it can take up to 30 years for a consumer to notice the damage on his health after his/her consumption began; but within the first ten years there are problems in lung function and in physical endurance. when a person starts smoking there are acute and unpleasant side effects that are rarely associated with smoked tobacco use. consumption
Upper lower Eocene calcareous nannoplankton from the Las Pocitas core (Tepetate formation), Baja California Sur, Mexico
García-Cordero, Erandi;Carreo, Ana Luisa;
Revista mexicana de ciencias geológicas , 2009,
Abstract: sixty species of calcareous nannoplankton from the tepetate formation were recovered from a drill hole near las pocitas, baja california sur. in spite of its low abundance and erratic distribution throughout the sedimentary column, the great amount of reworked species, as well as the absence of traditional index fossils representing the standard tropical biozonation, the co-occurrence of reticulofenestra dyctioda, rhabdosphaera crebra, r. pinguis, micrantholithus flos, pontosphaera pectinata and lanternithus minutus situates the studied stratigraphic column at the discoasteroides kuepperi cp12a subzone of okada and bukry, dated between 49.5 and 49 ma at the top of the upper lower eocene. the population structure as well as the lithological features of the sedimentary package, suggest a temperate open-sea deposit, which confirms interpretations based on other marine fossils at arroyo datilar, el conejo, salada, colorado y las pocitas, where rocks of the lower middle eocene tepetate formation crop out.
Características psicométricas de la CES-D en una muestra de adolescentes rurales mexicanos de zonas con alta tradición migratoria
Rosa María Aguilera,María Silvia Carreo,Francisco Juárez
Salud mental , 2004,
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Descripción clínica y epidemiológica de un grave brote de salmonelosis transmitida por alimentos
García-Huidobro,Diego; Carreo,Mónica; Alcayaga,Sergio; Ulloa,Jenny;
Revista chilena de infectología , 2012, DOI: 10.4067/S0716-10182012000200002
Abstract: background: foodborne diseases have increased considerably. aim: to report a foodborne outbreak, remarking the importance of early notification to activate the epidemiological surveillance system. results: during february 2011 we observed a salmonella enteritidis outbreak. 31.6% of the cases were seen in the same emergency care unit where all required intravenous fluid rehydration, and 41.7% were hospitalized because of severe dehydration. in the emergency room 45.5% of cases required a second visit to be diagnosed correctly. discussion: physicians under report the cases of this disease, delaying the activation of the epidemiological surveillance system. conclusions: besides providing good treatment to patients, physicians need to be qualified to recognize foodborne diseases and communicate early the suspicion of an outbreak to the epidemiological surveillance system in order to prevent new cases of disease in the community.
Interrupción voluntaria del embarazo en mujeres de un distrito sanitario de Almería durante el período 1998-2002
Barroso García,Pilar; Lucena Méndez,Ma ángeles; Parrón Carreo,Tesifón;
Revista Espa?ola de Salud Pública , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1135-57272005000400006
Abstract: background: the immigrant population has undergone an increase in andalusia as a whole and in almeria in particular. the primary healthcare districts manage the requests for voluntary interruption of pregnancy. this study is aimed as describing the trend in requests for voluntary interruption of pregnancy among immigrant and non-immigrant women in the "levante-alto almanzora" health district of almeria. methods: descriptive study conducts during the 1998-2002 period. study material: requests for voluntary interruption of pregnancy, andalusian institute of statistics demographic data, temporary medical care cards. variables studied: age, date of request, pregnancy ≥, or < 12 weeks, type of population (immigrant or non-immigrant). voluntary interruption of pregnancy rates were calculated per 1000 women within the 15-49 age range and the relative risk with confidence intervals and statistical significance for studying the relationship between the number of interruptions and populations type. results: a total of 224 requests were studied. the largest number were made in 2002, for a 3.1 rate. the age group making the largest number of requests was the 20-24 age range (29.5%). ninety-five percent (95%) of the women were less than 12-weeks pregnant. a total of 52.7% were immigrant women, a greater risk of requesting voluntary interruption of pregnancy having been found among immigrants as compared to native spanish women, rr of 66.45 (ci 95%: 36.11-122.28) in 2001; 292.8 (ci 95%: 91.12-940.9) in 1999. conclusions: voluntary interruption of pregnancy was found to have increased in the public services, particularly among immigrant women, within the period studied.
Descripción clínica y epidemiológica de un grave brote de salmonelosis transmitida por alimentos Clinical and epidemiological description of severe outbreak of foodborne infection by Salmonella Enteritidis
Diego García-Huidobro,Mónica Carreo,Sergio Alcayaga,Jenny Ulloa
Revista chilena de infectología , 2012,
Abstract: Introducción: Las enfermedades transmitidas por alimentos (ETA) han aumentado considerablemente. Objetivo: Reportar un grave brote de ETA destacando la importancia de la notificación precoz para la activación del sistema de vigilancia epidemiológica. Resultados: Durante febrero de 2011 se observó un brote de Salmonella Enteritidis. Un 31,6% de los casos fueron atendidos en un mismo servicio de urgencia, donde todos requirieron la administración de fluidos endovenosos y 41,7% fueron hospitalizados por deshidratación grave. El 45,5% de los casos necesitó de una segunda consulta para ser diagnosticados correctamente. Discusión: La identificación de pacientes integrantes de un brote de ETA es difícil en los servicios de urgencia y los médicos sub-reportan los casos, retrasando al sistema de vigilancia epidemiológica. Conclusiones: Junto con brindar un adecuado tratamiento, los médicos deben estar capacitados para reconocer las ETA y comunicar tempranamente la sospecha de un brote para prevenir nuevos casos en la comunidad. Background: Foodborne diseases have increased considerably. Aim: To report a foodborne outbreak, remarking the importance of early notification to activate the epidemiological surveillance system. Results: During February 2011 we observed a Salmonella Enteritidis outbreak. 31.6% of the cases were seen in the same Emergency Care Unit where all required intravenous fluid rehydration, and 41.7% were hospitalized because of severe dehydration. In the Emergency Room 45.5% of cases required a second visit to be diagnosed correctly. Discussion: Physicians under report the cases of this disease, delaying the activation of the epidemiological surveillance system. Conclusions: Besides providing good treatment to patients, physicians need to be qualified to recognize foodborne diseases and communicate early the suspicion of an outbreak to the epidemiological surveillance system in order to prevent new cases of disease in the community.
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