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Assessoria: processo de trabalho do Servi o Social
Goerck, Caroline,Viccari, Eunice Maria
Textos & Contextos (Porto Alegre) , 2004,
Abstract: O presente trabalho está baseado numa sinopse de uma experiência vivenciada durante o estágio quatro, realizado no curso de Servi o Social. A experiência vivenciada resultou num Trabalho de Conclus o de Curso quando se descreveu e analisou a assessoria como uma das possibilidades de trabalho do Servi o Social junto às express es da quest o social. Neste trabalho, haverá um relato de uma das atividades de assessorias realizadas durante o estágio, a uma prefeitura municipal da regi o que desenvolve o Programa de Erradica o do Trabalho Infantil – PETI. A assessoria, na atualidade, pode ser utilizada como mais uma das formas de inser o do Servi o Social no mercado de trabalho. Esta experiência teórico-prática abre espa os para refletir a inser o do Assistente Social no processo de assessoria.
Efeito da atividade física associada à orienta??o alimentar em adolescentes obesos: compara??o entre o exercício aeróbio e anaeróbio
Sabia, Renata Viccari;Santos, José Ernesto dos;Ribeiro, Rosane Pilot Pessa;
Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-86922004000500002
Abstract: being a public health problem in modern society, obesity during adolescence is an increasingly universal disease that is turning into an epidemic. this study aimed to compare the effect of continuous aerobic and intermittent anaerobic physical exercise associated with nutritional orientation on weight reduction, body composition, biochemical measures and physical capacity of obese adolescents. 28 adolescents were investigated between 12 and 15 years old, and whose body mass index (bmi) is higher than 95 percent for age and gender. the volunteers were randomly distributed in two groups: walking continuous exercise (gec; n = 13) and running intermittent exercise (gei; n = 15) and were subject to a physical training program three times per week during 16 weeks, with duration from 20 to 40 minutes. nutritional orientation occurred once per week, in 60-minute group sessions, throughout the entire experiment. in the initial and final periods, weight and height were measured so as to calculate the bmi, as well as subcutaneous fold, arm (ac) and arm muscle circumference (amc), body composition by means of electric bioimpedance, biochemical serum analyses (glycemia and lipids), apart from the direct determination of maximum oxygen consumption (vo2max) and anaerobic threshold (lan) with a view to interpreting the physiological responses determined by aerobic and anaerobic training. in the two groups (gec, gei), anthropometric findings were decreased significant bmi and subcutaneous folds. in biochemical evaluation, a significant decrease occurred in gec with respect to hdl, ldl and total cholesterol serum levels, although still within normal values. values to hdl and triglicerids significant decrease in gei vo2max values increased significant in both groups. we concluded that the physical activity proposed for both gec and gei was sufficient and satisfactory, promoting weight decrease, better body composition and lipid levels, as well as an increase in the adolescent's aerobi
Sistemas de Ense anza / Aprendizaje basados en Agentes Inteligentes Pedagógicos.
Demetrio Arturo Ovalle Carranza,Jovani Alberto Jiménez Builes,Rosa Maria Viccari
Avances en Sistemas e Informática , 2005,
Abstract: This aim of this paper is to present the Multi-Agent Systems. Later is presented ALLEGRO: A Teaching/Learning Multi-Agent Environment. ALLEGRO is an intelligent environment that includes artificial intelligence mechanisms (Instructional Planning IP, Cased-Based Reasoning CBR, Multi-Agent Systems MAS, Intelligent Tutoring Systems ITS, and Computer Supported Collaborative Learning CSCL).
Colibacillosis in lambs is associated to type I heat-stable enterotoxin in a farm in S?o Paulo State, Brazil
Arag?o, Annelize Zambon Barbosa;Teocchi, Marcelo Ananias;Fregolente, Maria Clara Duarte;Gatti, Maria Silvia Viccari;Pires, Alexandre Vaz;Yano, Tomomasa;
Ciência Rural , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84782012005000018
Abstract: twenty seven (48.2%) culture supernatants of 56 escherichia coli isolated from diarrheic lamb feces (7 to 10 days old) in s?o paulo state, brazil, presented positive results to suckling mice assay (fluid accumulation) but none caused cytopathic effects on vero and cho cells, indicating that these strains did not produced lt or vt toxins. pcr assays showed that these 27 e. coli strains harbored esta, that codifies for sta, but not for stx1, stx2 or cnf genes. the positive sta strains were checked for genes that codify for f41, f17 and k99 fimbriae, wich are considered colonization factors in etec. only f17 was detect in two samples (7.4%). twelve of 27 sta positive carried hlya gene and presented hemolytic activity in blood agar. presence of rotavirus was not detected among the diarrheic feces. these data suggests that sta must be an important diarrheagenic factor to small ruminants in s?o paulo state.
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