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The classification of bankruptcy claims and the social function of the company in bankruptcy A classifica o dos créditos falimentares e a fun o social da empresa na falência
Vitor Ferreira de Campos,Carla Bonomo
Semina : Ciências Sociais e Humanas , 2011, DOI: 10.5433/1679-0383.2011v32n2p183-200
Abstract: This article intends to open or bring to light a debate about the bankruptcy claims under the aegis of Law 11.101/2005, considering that all credit rating urged a modern update, centered in Social Law, which only occurred with the New Bankruptcy Law. The study was exploratory and qualitative, with the strategy to approach each claim, denominating the differences of recent legislation with former Decree 7.661/1945, demonstrating why the payment order structured by the law under discussion, including the approach of controversial issues such as limiting the receipt of one hundred and fifty minimum salaries of workers' claims, and finally, proof that the classification of credits arising from Law 11.101/2005 fulfill the social function of the company, even in bankruptcy, since it values and reflects the respect to creditors according to the nature of their claims. Este artigo tem a inten o de abrir ou trazer à luz para um debate acerca dos créditos falimentares sob a égide da Lei 11.101/2005, haja vista que toda classifica o creditícia urgia uma atualiza o moderna, com o fulcro no Direito Social, o que somente ocorreu com a Nova Lei de Falências. O estudo realizado foi exploratório e qualitativo, tendo como estratégia a abordagem de cada crédito, epigrafando as diferen as da recente Legisla o com o antigo Decreto 7.661/1945, evidenciando-se o porquê da ordem de pagamento estruturada pela lei em comento, inclusive com a abordagem de temas polêmicos como a limita o ao recebimento de até cento e cinqüenta salários mínimos dos créditos trabalhistas, e ao final, a comprova o de que a classifica o dos créditos decorrentes da Lei 11.101/2005 faz concretizar a fun o social da empresa, até mesmo na falência, posto que valoriza e contempla o respeito aos credores de acordo com a natureza de seus créditos.
Interdisciplinary in Promoting Improvements in the Quality of Undergraduate Education in Clinical Nursing  [PDF]
Diana Paula de Souza Rego Pinto Carvalho, Anna Lúcia Dantas, Anna Larissa de de Castro Rego, Gabriela Assun??o da Costa Mafra Souza, Isabelle Campos de Azevedo, Giovanna Karinny Pereira Cruz, Priscila Fernandes Meireles, Allyne Forte Vitor, Maria Lúcia Ivo, Marcos Antonio Ferreira Júnior
Creative Education (CE) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2015.617192
Abstract: The university monitoring is an auxiliary activity of educational support offered to students interested in deepening content and solving questions about the topics learned in the classroom, as well as an opportunity for the development in the student-monitor relationship next to the teaching practice. This study aimed to report the experience lived by the student-monitors linked to monitoring project entitled “Interdisciplinary for improving the quality of education: Physiology, Anatomy and Pathology for Clinical Nursing teaching”. It is an experience report experienced by student-monitors linked to the project developed for curriculum component Comprehensive Health Care I, taught in the fifth period of the Undergraduate Nursing course at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. This project has four stages: preparation of laboratories and fellows training, construction and application of clinical cases, development of simulations in the laboratory with the students and the final evaluation of the changing process in curriculum practice. The monitoring project has provided contact with a simulation environment for students, for the development of skills and attitudes in solving clinical nursing problems through an innovative approach to integrating disciplinary learning in the classroom and development initiation skills in student-monitors teaching. The approximate relationship with the teacher allows the exchange of knowledge, which makes proactive student-monitor in the very process of teaching and learning, as well as the teacher provides the formation of a more qualified and secure professional for the exercise of appropriate assistance.
Análise de custo-efetividade dos stents farmacológicos e n?o farmacológicos na doen?a coronariana
Ferreira, Esmeralci;Araújo, Denizar Vianna;Azevedo, Vitor Manuel Pereira;Rodrigues, Cyro Vargues;Ferreira Jr., Alcides;Junqueira, Camillo de Lellis;Amino, José Geraldo de Castro;Farias, Mara Lucia;Farias Neto, Antonio;Albuquerque, Denilson Campos de;
Arquivos Brasileiros de Cardiologia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0066-782X2010000300005
Abstract: background: there is a scarcity of cost-effectiveness analyses in the national literature comparing drug-eluting stents (des) with bare-metal stents (bms), at late follow-up. objective: to estimate the incremental cost-effectiveness ratio (icer) between des and bms in uniarterial coronariopathy. methods: 217 patients (130 des and 87 bms), with 48 months of follow-up (mean = 26 months) were assessed. primary outcome: cost per prevented restenosis, with effectiveness being defined as the decrease in major events. the analytical model of decision was based on the study by polanczyk et al. the direct costs were those used directly in the interventions. results: the sample was homogenous for age and sex. the des was more used in diabetic patients: 59 (45.4%) vs 16 (18.4%)(p<0.0001) and with a history of coronary artery disease (cad): 53 (40.7%) vs 13 (14.9%)(p<0.0001). the bms was more used in simple lesions, but with worse ventricular function. the des were implanted preferentially in proximal lesions: (p=0.0428) and the bms in the mid-third (p=0.0001). event-free survival: des = 118 (90.8%) vs bms=74 (85.0%) (p=0.19); angina: des=9 (6.9%) vs bms=9 (10.3%) (ns): clinical restenosis: des=3 (2.3%) vs bms=10 (10.3%) (p=0.0253). cardiac deaths: 2 (1.5%) in des and 3 (3.5%) in bms (ns). costs: the tree of decision was modeled based on restenosis. the net benefit for the des needed an increment of r$7,238.16. the icer was r$131,647.84 per prevented restenosis (above the who threshold). conclusions: the des was used in more complex lesions. the clinical results were similar. the restenosis rate was higher in the bms group. the des was a non-cost-effective strategy.
Uso do escore de propens?o na análise de custo-efetividade com utiliza??o seletiva de stents farmacológicos e n?o-farmacológicos
Ferreira, Esmeralci;Araújo, Denizar Vianna;Azevedo, Vitor Manuel Pereira;Ferreira Jr., Alcides;Junqueira, Camillo de Lellis Carneiro;Amorim, Bernardo;Quintella, Edgar Freitas;Rodrigues, Cyro Vargues;Farias Neto, Antonio;Albuquerque, Denilson Campos de;
Revista Brasileira de Cardiologia Invasiva , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S2179-83972012000100006
Abstract: background: studies on the cost-effectiveness ratio of drug-eluting stents (des) are rare. our objective was to evaluate the results and compare costs (incremental cost-effectiveness ratio - icer) per restenosis avoided between des and bare metal stents (bms) using the propensity score. methods: two hundred and twenty consecutive patients were included in the study, of which 111 were treated with des and 109 with bms. the propensity score was used to adjust the effect of the intervention, by means of matching, stratification and weighing. results: most patients were male (67.7% vs. 66.9%; p = 0.53), with a mean age of 65.9 years. patients treated with the des had a higher rate of diabetes (54% vs. 17.4%; p < 0.001), three-vessel disease (18.9% vs. 10.1%; p = 0.029) and poor ventricular function (54.1% vs. 22%; p < 0.0001). the diameter of stents was 2.76 ± 0.35 mm vs. 2.91 ± 0.47 mm (p = 0.006) and the sum of the lengths of stents was 37.6 ± 23 mm vs. 24.8 ± 15.8 mm (p < 0.0001). restenosis was observed on 6.3% vs. 12.8% of the patients (p = 0.099) and in 4.1% vs. 9.8% of the lesions (p = 0.048). there was an incremental cost of r$ 9,500.00 and the icer was r$ 147,538.00 per restenosis avoided (above the world health organization threshold). however, when the propensity score was used, the variables that best classified patients for des and had a maximum icer of r$ 4,776.96 were age > 72 years, diabetes and lesions with diameter < 3.2 mm and length > 18 mm. conclusions: although des were not cost-effective in the overall population, the propensity score showed that in elderly patients, diabetics and patients with long lesions or small vessels, the use of des was cost-effective.
Carla Bonomo,Vitor Ferrerira de Campos
Revista Científica Sensus : Direito , 2011,
Abstract: This article has the intention to open or to bring to the light a debate concerning the credits to bankrupt under the Law 11,101/2005, has seen that all credit classification urged a modern update, with the fulcrum in the Social Rights, what it only occurred with the New Law of Bankruptcies. The carried through study was exploratory research with qualitative appearance. This had as strategy theboarding of each credit, showing the differences of the recent Legislation with the old one, Decree 7.661/1945, proving the reason of the draft structuralized for the law in a comment. Also with the boarding of controversial subjects as the limitation to the act of receiving up to one hundred and fifty minimum wage of the workingcredits, as well as the preference printed for Law 11.101/2005 to the credits with real security, relegating long ago the absolute priority of the tributary credits, with searchs in different real facts that they present practical cases of the classification of the credits to bankrupt.
Dose and Latency Effects of Leucine Supplementation in Modulating Glucose Homeostasis: Opposite Effects in Healthy and Glucocorticoid-Induced Insulin-Resistance States
Nelo Eidy Zanchi,Lucas Guimar?es-Ferreira,Mário Alves de Siqueira-Filho,Vitor Felitti,Humberto Nicastro,Carlos Bueno,Fábio Santos Lira,Marshall Alan Naimo,Patrícia Campos-Ferraz,Maria Tereza Nunes,Marília Seelaender,Carla Roberta de Oliveira Carvalho,Fran?ois Blachier,Antonio Herbert Lancha
Nutrients , 2012, DOI: 10.3390/nu4121851
Abstract: Dexamethasone (DEXA) is a potent immunosupressant and anti-inflammatory agent whose main side effects are muscle atrophy and insulin resistance in skeletal muscles. In this context, leucine supplementation may represent a way to limit the DEXA side effects. In this study, we have investigated the effects of a low and a high dose of leucine supplementation (via a bolus) on glucose homeostasis, muscle mass and muscle strength in energy-restricted and DEXA-treated rats. Since the leucine response may also be linked to the administration of this amino acid, we performed a second set of experiments with leucine given in bolus (via gavage) versus leucine given via drinking water. Leucine supplementation was found to produce positive effects (e.g., reduced insulin levels) only when administrated in low dosage, both via the bolus or via drinking water. However, under DEXA treatment, leucine administration was found to significantly influence this response, since leucine supplementation via drinking water clearly induced a diabetic state, whereas the same effect was not observed when supplied via the gavage.
Efeitos da exposi??o à fuma?a lateral do cigarro sobre o barorreflexo em ratos adultos
Valenti, Vitor E.;Abreu, Luiz Carlos de;Ferreira, Celso;
Arquivos Brasileiros de Cardiologia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0066-782X2010005000164
Abstract: background: it has been evidenced in the literature that exposure to cigarette smoke causes hypertension in rats; however, it has not been demonstrated if the baroreflex function is impaired before the animal becomes hypertensive. objective: we evaluated short-term effects of sidestream cigarette smoke (sscs) exposure on baroreflex function in wistar normotensive rats. methods: rats were exposed to sscs during three weeks, 180 minutes, five days per week, at a concentration of monoxide carbon between 100-300 ppm. mean arterial pressure (map) and heart rate (hr) were evaluated through cannulation of the femoral vein and artery. results: there was no significant difference between control and sscs groups regarding basal mean arterial pressure and heart rate, sympathetic and parasympathetic components of the baroreflex function. conclusion: our data suggest that three weeks of exposure to sscs is not enough to significantly impair cardiovascular parameters and baroreflex sensitivity in normotensive wistar rats.
Desfolha em videiras americanas e viníferas na fase de pré-matura??o dos frutos
Anzanello, Rafael;Souza, Paulo Vitor Dutra de;Coelho, Pedro Ferreira;
Ciência Rural , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84782011005000080
Abstract: this study aimed to evaluate the interference that the location of the leaf removed by defolation in grapevine has on fruits quality and yield. such experiment was performed using niagara branca and concord, both vitis labrusca, and cabernet sauvignon e merlot, both vitis vinifera, trained in a unilateral cordon system during the 2006/2007 harvesting. the experiment was disposed in a randomized block design, with four replications and four plants per plot. the following treatments were tested: t1 (no defoliation), t2 (removal of leaves located in the opposite side of the grapes), t3 (removal of leaves located under the grapes) and t4 (removal of leaves located under and in the opposite side of the grapes). the vitis labrusca received an additional treatment (t5) consisting of leaves removed above the grapes. these treatments were applied during the change of berries color for concord, cabernet sauvignon and merlot grapes and in the beginning of berries softening for niagara branca grape. after the harvesting, the grapevine production, cluster weight, total soluble solids, total titratable acidity and ph were evaluated. it was observed that the defoliation until the grapes height did not influence the quantity and quality of grapes. however, when the defoliation was carried out above the clusters, there was a delay in the maturation of american grapes. this condition shows that is not necessary a selective desfolation until the clusters height on grapevines, when it is realized during the initial fruit ripening phase.
Uso da poda seca e da poda verde para obten??o de duas safras por ciclo vegetativo em três cultivares de videira
Anzanello, Rafael;Souza, Paulo Vitor Dutra de;Coelho, Pedro Ferreira;
Revista Brasileira de Fruticultura , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-29452010005000027
Abstract: this study aimed to evaluate the effects of winter and green pruning for obtaining two harvests per vegetative cycle for niagara branca, niagara rosada and concord grapevine cultivars conducted by cordon training. the experiment was performed at the agronomic experimental station of eldorado do sul, rio grande do sul state, brazil, during the 2007/2008 harvest. grapevines were submitted to the following treatments: t1 (winter pruning on 07/20/07 and green pruning on 11/15/07), t2 (winter pruning on 07/20/07 and green pruning on 12/17/07), t3 (winter pruning on 08/22/07 and green pruning on 11/15/07) and t4 (winter pruning on 08/22/07 and green pruning on 12/17/07). the winter pruning was performed by means of a short pruning, while the green pruning was performed by pruning the shoot, starting from the fourth bud above the last grape cluster. the grapevine production, cluster weight, total soluble solids (sst), total titratable acidity (att), sst/att ratio, water potential in the leaf and leaf/fruit ratio were evaluated for the two crops. results demonstrated that a winter pruning associated to a green pruning permitted to obtain two harvests of 'niagara branca', 'niagara rosada' and 'concord' cultivars per vegetative cycle. the treatment t3 was the most efficient to obtain a second harvest in the same vegetative cycle. the niagara branca showed high potential for a second harvest when compared to the niagara rosada and concord grapevines cultivars. grapes under the green pruning had lower sst, larger att and smaller sst/att ratio compared to grapes from regular harvest.
Stressors in nurses working in Intensive Care Units
Rodrigues, Vitor Manuel Costa Pereira;Ferreira, Andreia Susana de Sousa;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692011000400023
Abstract: this is a descriptive cross-sectional study. the sample consisted of 235 nurses from two intensive care units in porto (portugal). the purpose of this study was to identify stressors for nurses working in intensive care units. the data was collected using the following: i) a questionnaire (for socio-demographic variables, physical aspects of work and variables related to the work context; ii) interpersonal work relations scale; iii) nurse stress index. nurses in the early phase of their career have higher stress levels ( = 81). an inadequate physical work structure leads to higher stress levels (x = 83). the worse the interpersonal relations are, the higher stress levels nurses feel (spearman correlation coefficient =-0.331). nurses who have a bad relationship with their work superiors view the dimension "support and organizational involvement" as a stressor (student's t test, p<0.001)
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