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  1. Automated system of control of radioactive liquid effluents of patients submitted to therapy in hospitals of nuclear medicine (SACEL); Sistema automatizado de control de efluentes liquidos radiactivos de pacientes sometidos a terapia en hospitales de medicina nuclear (SACEL)

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    Ruiz C, M.A.; Rivero G, T.; Celis del Angel, L.; Sainz M, E.; Molina, G. [ININ, 52045 Ocoyoacac, Estado de Mexico (Mexico)]. e-mail: marc@nuclear.inin.mx

    2006-07-01

    Different hospitals of nuclear medicine require of the technical attendance for the design, construction and instrumentation of an effluents retention system coming from the room dedicated to the medical application of iodine 131, with the one object of giving execution to the normative requirements of radiological protection, settled down in the General Regulation of Radiological Safety (RGSR) emitted by the CNSNS in November, 1988 and in the corresponding official standards. An automatic system of flow measurement, the activity concentration of the effluents to the drainage, the discharges control and the automated report it will allow the execution of the national regulations, also the elimination of unhealthy activities as the taking of samples, analysis of those same and the corresponding paperwork, its will allow that the SACEL is capable of to carry out registrations that are to consult in an automated way. The changes in the demands of the National Commission of Nuclear Safety and Safeguards in relation to the liberation of radioactive material in hospitals by medical treatments, it has created the necessity to develop a system that quantifies and dose the liquid effluents of people under thyroid treatment with iodine-131 to the drainage. The Automated System of Control of radioactive liquids effluents generated in Hospitals of Nuclear Medicine (SACEL) developed in the National Institute of Nuclear Research, it fulfills this regulation, besides improving the work conditions for the medical and technical personnel of the hospital in that are installed, since this system has the advantage of to be totally automated and to require of a minimum of attendance. The SACEL is an electro-hydraulic system of effluents control, based in the alternate operation of two decay deposits of the activity of the material contaminated with iodine-131. The system allows to take a registration of those volumes and liberated dose, besides being able to be monitoring in remote

  2. Automated system of control of radioactive liquid effluents of patients submitted to therapy in hospitals of nuclear medicine (SACEL)

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    Ruiz C, M.A.; Rivero G, T.; Celis del Angel, L.; Sainz M, E.; Molina, G.

    2006-01-01

    Different hospitals of nuclear medicine require of the technical attendance for the design, construction and instrumentation of an effluents retention system coming from the room dedicated to the medical application of iodine 131, with the one object of giving execution to the normative requirements of radiological protection, settled down in the General Regulation of Radiological Safety (RGSR) emitted by the CNSNS in November, 1988 and in the corresponding official standards. An automatic system of flow measurement, the activity concentration of the effluents to the drainage, the discharges control and the automated report it will allow the execution of the national regulations, also the elimination of unhealthy activities as the taking of samples, analysis of those same and the corresponding paperwork, its will allow that the SACEL is capable of to carry out registrations that are to consult in an automated way. The changes in the demands of the National Commission of Nuclear Safety and Safeguards in relation to the liberation of radioactive material in hospitals by medical treatments, it has created the necessity to develop a system that quantifies and dose the liquid effluents of people under thyroid treatment with iodine-131 to the drainage. The Automated System of Control of radioactive liquids effluents generated in Hospitals of Nuclear Medicine (SACEL) developed in the National Institute of Nuclear Research, it fulfills this regulation, besides improving the work conditions for the medical and technical personnel of the hospital in that are installed, since this system has the advantage of to be totally automated and to require of a minimum of attendance. The SACEL is an electro-hydraulic system of effluents control, based in the alternate operation of two decay deposits of the activity of the material contaminated with iodine-131. The system allows to take a registration of those volumes and liberated dose, besides being able to be monitoring in remote

  3. sistemas

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    Diego Alejandro Muñoz Gaviria

    2006-01-01

    Full Text Available El texto presentado a continuación, plantea en términos generales las principales posturas conceptuales del sociólogo alemán Niklas Luhmann sobre las ideas de Max Weber y su teoría de la acción social, y de Talcott Parsons y sus planteamientos en torno a la teoría de los sistemas sociales. Al final del escrito se hace especial énfasis en el rol protagónico que para Luhmann tienen las ciencias sociales y humanas en la autorreferencia del sistema social.

  4. Control system of liquid effluents generated in treatment with I-131; Sistema de control de efluentes liquidos generados en el tratamiento con I-131

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    Garcia M, T.; Ruiz C, M. A.; Angeles C, A.; Ramirez S, R., E-mail: teodoro.garcia@inin.gob.mx [ININ, Carretera Mexico-Toluca s/n, 52750 Ocoyoacac, Estado de Mexico (Mexico)

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    In recent years, nuclear medicine has developed greatly in our country and around the world. Techniques for both medical diagnosis and therapy have increased the use of radiopharmaceuticals, notably the I-131. In Mexico there are around 150 nuclear medicine establishments authorized by the Comision Nacional de Seguridad Nuclear y Salvaguardias. Most of these establishments do not have an appropriate facility for the treatment of radioactive liquid effluents, to ensure compliance with the concentration limits established in the regulations. The Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Nucleares (ININ) developed and implemented successfully, a control system of radioactive effluents (named SACEL) from a nuclear medicine facility. This system ensures an effective compliance with regulations and also better management and control of these radioactive effluents. Calculations and design of SACEL were made with respect to I-131, because is one of the most commonly used in radiotherapy and medical diagnostics, besides its half-life is greater in relation to other radionuclides. SACEL is comprised of four storage tanks and decay and a fifth tank for measuring the concentration of I-131 and later discharge to the drain; these tanks are connected to an automated system that controls the effluents passage. The calculation to determine the volume of the tanks was carried out according to the demand that has the hospital, to the maximum activity being poured in effluents and time required to decay. In this paper the design and installation of SACEL system, in addition to functioning as a facility that enables the Hospital meet the required standards is presented. Dose calculations performed with MCNPX and the methodology used in the calibration of the detection system is also presented. (Author)

  5. Thyroid uptake measurements: gamma camera system with Pinhole collimator and nuclear medicine system model 13S002; Medida da captacao de Iodo pela tiroide: sistema gama-camara com colimador Pinhole x Sistema 13S002

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    Silva, C.B. [Instituto de Engenharia Nuclear (IEN), Rio de Janeiro, RJ (Brazil); Corbo, R.; Rebelo, A.M. [Hospital Universitario Clementino Fraga Filho, Rio de Janeiro, RJ (Brazil); Karam, R. [Instituto Militar de Engenharia (IME), Rio de Janeiro, RJ (Brazil)]. E-mail: borges@ien.gov.br

    2001-07-01

    The thyroid uptake measurements are common in medical uses and are considered a direct and precise form of diagnostic, however, different results have been observed as measurements of thyroid uptake are taken using distinct equipment. This study attempts to find the cause of the differences between a thyroid uptake probe and a gamma camera. These discrepancies can be associated to the different patients samples, equipment's problems or operator procedures errors. This work presents the results of comparative uptake measurements performed in a neck phantom and a 4-hour thyroid uptake study in 40 patients, using a Gamma Camera Ohio Nuclear model Sigma 410 with a pinhole collimator and Nuclear Medicine System model 13S002, developed by Instituto de Engenharia Nuclear. The results observed show that in spite of non satisfactory results commented in literature, both the System 13S002 and System Gamma Camera Ohio can be used in uptake thyroid diagnostic with statistical confidence degree of 99 %. (author)

  6. Uso de medicamentos por gestantes usuárias do Sistema Único de Saúde Uso de medicamentos por gestantes del Sistema Único de Salud The use of medicines by pregnant women who receive care in the Brazilian Universal Healthcare System

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    Simone Cristina Castanho Sabaini de Melo

    2009-02-01

    Full Text Available OBJETIVO: Identificar o uso de medicamentos por gestantes usuárias do Sistema Único de Saúde do município de Bandeirantes - Paraná. MÉTODOS: Estudo analítico transversal. População: 245 gestantes e amostra de 205. O instrumento para coleta de dados foi um questionário estruturado. Estudo realizado de julho de 2006 a novembro de 2007. RESULTADOS: 83,4% das gestantes entrevistadas declararam utilizar pelo menos um medicamento, destas 8,2% o fizeram sem prescrição médica e 80,5% receberam alerta sobre perigos de certos medicamentos. Os dados evidenciaram uma relação estatisticamente significante entre o 3º trimestre e o maior uso de medicamentos. Sulfato ferroso (45,0% e paracetamol (43,4% foram os mais utilizados, porém medicamentos considerados de risco para o feto também foram empregados. CONCLUSÃO: As gestantes estão sendo expostas a uma variedade de medicamentos, o que exige atenção criteriosa para evitar possíveis danos ao feto.OBJETIVO: Identificar el uso de medicamentos por gestantes del Sistema Único de Salud del municipio de Bandeirantes - Paraná. MÉTODOS: Se trata de un estudio analítico transversal. La población estuvo constituida por 245 gestantes siendo la muestra de 205. El instrumento para la recolección de datos fue un cuestionario estructurado. El estudio fue realizado de julio del 2006 a noviembre del 2007. RESULTADOS: el 83,4% de las gestantes entrevistadas declararon utilizar por lo menos un medicamento, de éstas el 8,2% lo hicieron sin prescripción médica y el 80,5% fueron alertadas sobre los peligros de ciertos medicamentos. Los datos evidenciaron una relación estadísticamente significativa entre el 3º trimestre y el mayor uso de medicamentos. El Sulfato ferroso (45,0% y el paracetamol (43,4% fueron los más utilizados, pero también los medicamentos considerados de riesgo para el feto. CONCLUSIÓN: Las gestantes están siendo expuestas a una variedad de medicamentos, lo que exige una atenci

  7. Medicalização social e medicina alternativa e complementar: pluralização terapêutica do Sistema Único de Saúde Medicalización social y medicina alternativa y complementaria: pluralización terapéutica del Sistema Único de Salud Social medicalization and alternative and complementary medicine: the pluralization of health services in the Brazilian Unified Health System

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    Charles Dalcanale Tesser

    2008-10-01

    Full Text Available A medicalização social transforma a cultura, diminui o manejo autônomo de parte dos problemas de saúde e gera excessiva demanda ao Sistema Único de Saúde. Uma alternativa à medicalização social no âmbito da atenção à saúde é a pluralização terapêutica das instituições de saúde, ou seja, a valorização e o oferecimento de práticas e medicinas alternativas e complementares. O objetivo do artigo foi analisar potencialidades e dificuldades de práticas e medicinas alternativas e complementares a partir de experiências clínico-institucionais e da literatura especializada. Conclui-se que tal estratégia tem um limitado potencial "desmedicalizante" e deve ser assumida pelo Sistema Único de Saúde. Ressalta-se ainda que devem ser observadas a hegemonia político-epistemológica da Biociência e a disputa mercadológica atual no campo da saúde, cuja tendência é transformar qualquer saber/prática estruturado do processo saúde-doença em mercadorias ou procedimentos a serem consumidos, reforçando a heteronomia e a medicalização.La medicalización social transforma la cultura, disminuye el manejo autónomo de parte de los problemas de salud y genera excesiva demanda en el Sistema Único de Salud. Una alternativa a la medicalización social en el ámbito de la atención a la salud es la pluralización terapéutica de las instituciones de salud, es decir, la valorización y el ofrecimiento de prácticas y medicinas alternativas y complementarias. El objetivo del trabajo fue analizar potencialidades y dificultades de las prácticas y medicinas alternativas y complementarias a partir de experiencias clínico-institucionales y de la literatura especializada. Se concluye que tal estrategia tiene un potencial limitado "desmedicalizante" y debe ser asumida por el Sistema Único de Salud. Se resalta además que deben ser observadas la hegemonía político-epistemológica de la Biociencia y la disputa mercadológica actual en el

  8. en tres sistemas agroforestales

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    Javier Monge Meza

    2006-01-01

    Full Text Available Se estudió el desarrollo inicial (30 meses del duraznillo (Prunus annularis en tres sistemas agroforestales: duraznillo-maíz (Zea mays, duraznillomenta (Satureja viminea y duraznillo-naranjilla (Solanum quitoense, en un sitio en la zona de vida Bosque muy húmedo Montano Bajo, en Costa Rica. Se utilizaron cuatro parcelas de cada sistema agroforestal, con una densidad de 722 árboles/ ha, y un sistema de siembra de árboles en forma de triángulo equilátero, entre los que se intercaló el componente agrícola respectivo de cada sistema agroforestal. La altura media alcanzada por los árboles de duraznillo fue de 226,2, 221,4 y 164,3 cm, para el sistema agroforestal duraznillo-maíz, duraznillo- menta y duraznillo-naranjilla, respectivamente. En cuanto a los volúmenes, éstos variaron entre 0,58 y 1,30 m3/ha. Hubo una diferencia significativa en altura media entre el sistema agroforestal duraznillo-maíz y duraznillo-menta con respecto al de duraznillo-naranjilla. No hubo diferencias con respecto al volumen entre los sistemas de producción

  9. Sistema detector d'incendis WSN

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    Domínguez López, Emiliano

    2012-01-01

    Sistema detector d'incendis aprofitant una xarxa de sensors sense fils (WSN) mitjançant un sistema encastat. Sistema detector de incendios aprovechando una red de sensores inalámbricos (WSN) mediante un sistema empotrado.

  10. SISTEMA DE PRESION NEGATIVA

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    Olavarría-Beivide, Encarnación; Herrero-Montes, Manuel; Bravo, Paula Paras

    2014-01-01

    EVENTRACIÓN ABDOMINAL, SISTEMA DE VACÍO Y CALIDAD DE VIDA. INTRODUCCION Varón, 40 años que ingresa en Cirugía para eventroplastia abdominal con prótesis. Tras dehiscencia de herida, presenta exudado profuso. Tratada con cura humeda tradicional, tras ineficacia y mal control del exudado, se decide la aplicación de sistema de presión negativa (SPN) OBJETIVOS Restablecer la integridad cutáneaValorar los beneficios del SPN METODOLOGIA Establecer diagnosticos, objetivos e interve...

  11. Sistema de seguridad activa

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    Yaure Machuca, Jhonny Felipe

    2007-01-01

    El trabajo aquí realizado responde a las necesidades que se han dado sobre la falta de información de las cualidades de seguridad activa que prestan los vehículos al momento de circular. Dentro del Capítulo 1, se desarrolló una breve reseña de la historia del nacimiento e implementación de la seguridad activa en los automóviles, la misión que tiene este sistema dentro del vehículo, y como se lo define a este sistema. Dentro del Capítulo 2, se comienza describiendo los componentes que co...

  12. El Sistema inspirerede projekter

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    Holst, Finn; Chemi, Tatiana

    Rapporten er resultat af pilotprojektet ”Forundersøgelse El Sistema DK” gennemført af Ph.D. Finn Holst (DPU, Aarhus Universitet) og Ph.D. Tatiana Chemi (Aalborg Universitet) i 2015. I rapporten indgår desuden bidrag fra Sofie Holm, Sara Fink Søndergaard og Stine Møgelbjerg Johansen. Pilotprojektet...... er gennemført for DMKLs El Sistema-udvalg med støtte fra Statens Kunstfond, Projektstøtteudvalget for Musik....

  13. El sistema constructivo

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    Leser S., Heinz

    2003-06-01

    Full Text Available Se describe el sistema constructivo de entramado en madera, “plataforma” (platform frame utilizado preferentemente en las construcciones de varios pisos en el campamento minero de Sewell, Chile./The following is a description of the platform frame used in several stories buildings in the mining settlement Sewell, in Chile.

  14. El Sistema's Open Secrets

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    Booth, Eric

    2011-01-01

    In this article, the author talks about Venezuela's national youth orchestra program called El Sistema whose attributes offer a direct challenge to traditional Western music practices. As U.S. classical music--and all "high arts"--struggle to find relevance to more than the small "arts club" percentage of the U.S. populace, El…

  15. A evolução do sistema internacional de propriedade intelectual: proteção patentária para o setor farmacêutico e acesso a medicamentos Evolution of the international intellectual property rights system: patent protection for the pharmaceutical industry and access to medicines

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    Gabriela Costa Chaves

    2007-02-01

    Full Text Available O artigo discute a evolução do sistema internacional de direitos de propriedade intelectual em três fases e as implicações para saúde pública, especialmente para a implementação de políticas de acesso a medicamentos. Durante a primeira fase, caracterizada pelas Convenções de Paris e de Berna, os países signatários determinavam os campos tecnológicos que seriam protegidos ou não. Na segunda fase, com a implementação do Acordo TRIPS pela OMC, os países são obrigados a garantir proteção patentária a todos os campos tecnológicos, inclusive para a indústria farmacêutica. Dentro das suas respectivas legislações nacionais, os países também têm a oportunidade de implementar o acesso às flexibilidades do TRIPS para medicamentos. Com a terceira fase, caracterizada pela negociação e assinatura de acordos comerciais bilaterais e regionais, os países terão que implementar medidas TRIPS-plus que podem ter implicações negativas para as flexibilidades do TRIPS e para políticas de acesso a medicamentos. Os autores concluem que a proposta atual de sistema internacional de direitos de propriedade intelectual favorece os direitos dos detentores de patentes, que deveriam estar em equilíbrio com os direitos à saúde para a população.This article discusses the evolution of the international intellectual property rights system in three phases and the implications for public health, especially for the implementation of policies for access to medicines. During the first phase, characterized by the Paris and Berne Convention, signatory countries defined which technological fields should be protected (or not. Under the second phase, with the enforcement of the WTO TRIPS Agreement, countries are obliged to grant patent protection for all technological fields, including for the pharmaceutical industry. Within their national legislations, countries also have the opportunity to implement access to TRIPS flexibilities for medicines

  16. experiencias en el sistema

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    B. Fernández Manjón

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo se presenta la experiencia de aplicación e implementación del modelo de objetos educativos en el sistema . Se describe una visión práctica de la aplicación de las tecnologías de marcado tanto en la estructuración de los cursos como en el desarrollo de contenidos que pueden ser adaptados al usuario. En se han seguido las especificaciones de IMS, desarrollándose un soporte completo del empaquetamiento de cursos (content packaging reflejado en un sistema de autoría de cursos y una herramienta de importación. Además se ha particularizado un perfil específico de cursos y de objetos educativos que permiten su adaptación al usuario.

  17. Sistemas integrados con Arduino

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    EL YAKOUTI, MOHAMMED

    2017-01-01

    Design of a robot prototype remotely controllable from Bluetooth using Arduino. Control and testing of sensors and events interacting with Arduino and Bluetooth. Diseño de un prototipo de robot controlable remotamente con Bluetooth utilizando Arduino. Control y verificación de los sensores y eventos que interactúan mediante el Arduino y el Bluetooth. El Yakouti, M. (2017). Sistemas integrados con Arduino. http://hdl.handle.net/10251/89274. TFGM

  18. SISTEMA DE MONITORAMENTO AUTOMATIZADO

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    Raiane viana Souza

    2016-11-01

    Full Text Available Atualmente existe uma grande necessidade de ter sistemas que auxiliem no monitoramento de ambientes, por exemplo: uma residência; permitindo assim que o usuário possa controlar e ter acesso a tudo que acontece quando o mesmo estiver ausente. Este projeto propõe realizar o desenvolvimento de um sistema de monitoramento automatizado, cujo objetivo é identificar a presença de pessoas e capturar temperaturas de um ambiente. O sistema é composto por um microcontrolador Arduíno, no qual estará acoplado: uma Webcam, sensores de presença e temperatura e um módulo wifi, que possibilitará o envio dos dados capturados ao servidor web. No protótipo desenvolvido foram implantados todos os recursos definidos com base nos requisitos do usuário, dentre os quais podem-se destacar: permitir detectar a presença de pessoas em ambiente, capturar imagens, capturar temperatura em um intervalo de tempo específico e enviar todos os dados para o servidor; permitir que o usuário visualize as informações capturadas através de um site; gerar relatórios e gráficos com as informações capturadas e permitir que o usuário exporte as informações em formato de arquivo.

  19. Sistemas Silvipastoris Silvipastoral Systems

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    Fernando Salgado Bernardino

    2010-02-01

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    Apesar das pesquisas com sistemas silvipastoris terem sido iniciadas no final da década de 1970, as informações geradas até hoje não são em grande número. As vantagens advindas de um sistema silvipastoril são inúmeras e devidamente reconhecidas. Pelo fato de ser uma técnica de uso da terra capaz de recuperar ecossistemas alterados pelo mau manejo, estes sistemas, pela integração de atividades agrícolas, pecuárias e silviculturais, passam a representar uma tecnologia que confere maior sustentabilidade que os sistemas tradicionais, nos quais os monocultivos são predominantes. Nos últimos anos, instituições de ensino, pesquisa e extensão do País têm se voltado para o desenvolvimento de tais sistemas. O governo de Minas Gerais, por meio de sua Secretaria de Estado de Agricultura e de órgãos vinculados, vem promovendo a condução de modelos agrossilvipastoris num processo integrado de ocupação do solo, denominado lavoura-pecuária-silvicultura. Apesar dos grandes avanços no conhecimento de culturas anuais e dos componentes arbóreos, principalmente o eucalipto, e de gramíneas forrageiras tolerantes à diminuição da intensidade luminosa, ainda é necessário se comnhecer melhor o manejo do sub-bosque sob os efeitos do pastejo.

     

    doi: 10.4336/2009.pfb.60.77

    Although researches related to silvopastoral systems have been initiated many years ago in Brazil, there are few informations generated until now. The advantages from a silvopastoral system are inumerous and well recognized. By the fact of being a technique of land using capable of recovering several disturbed ecosystems, the silvopastoral systems by the integration of agricultural, cattle, and silvicultural activities represent a technology that can achieve higher sustainability than the traditional systems as the monocultures. Today, research centers in Brazil dedicate great attention to agrossilvopastoral systems. The government of Minas Gerais

  20. Nuclear Medicine

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    ... Parents/Teachers Resource Links for Students Glossary Nuclear Medicine What is nuclear medicine? What are radioactive tracers? ... funded researchers advancing nuclear medicine? What is nuclear medicine? Nuclear medicine is a medical specialty that uses ...

  1. Sistema seguidor solar microcontrolado

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    Daiane Maria Mendes Duarte

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available A demanda de energia elétrica é cada vez maior devido ao grande crescimento da população e do novo estilo de vida adotado pela sociedade moderna, cada vez mais industrializada. Nesse sentido, o consumo de energia vem apresentando um crescimento acelerado. Concomitantemente, a sociedade se movimenta no sentido de se conscientizar das alterações ocasionadas na natureza, e, assim, surge a necessidade de novos meios de geração de energia, menos impactantes ao meio ambiente, denominadas energias renováveis. Este artigo vem apresentar um sistema seguidor solar microcontrolado, que possibilita uma maior captação de energia em placas solares, pois as posiciona sempre com sua face voltada para o sol. O sistema de controle é baseado nas equações matemáticas cujos resultados são as posições do sol num dado dia e em uma dada hora. Estas coordenadas são calculadas e resultam no deslocamento da célula fotovoltaica por meio de um motor.

  2. Projecte sistema de control FIA

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    Simonet Ramon, Guillermo

    2015-01-01

    Disseny d'un sistema de control de les diverses competicions que organitza la FIA (Federació Internacional d'Automobilisme). Diseño de un sistema de control de las diversas competiciones que organiza la FIA (Federación Internacional de Automovilismo). Master thesis for the Computer Science program.

  3. Sistemas de Identidade Visual Corporativa

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    Raposo, D.

    2009-01-01

    Este artigo trata de fazer um pequeno percurso histórico sobre como a marca se converteu nos sistemas de identidade visual corporativa. Alguns dos principais projectos de identidade ajudam a entender que motivações originaram a necessidade de organização dos sistemas de identidade.

  4. Perfil demográfico e epidemiológico dos usuários de medicamentos de alto custo no Sistema Único de Saúde Perfil demográfico y epidemiológico de los usuarios de medicamentos de costo elevado en el Sistema Único de Salud Epidemiological profile of high cost medicines users in the Brazilian Health System

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    Francisco de Assis Acurcio

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available O Programa de Medicamentos Excepcionais, do Ministério da Saúde, provê, ao tratamento de doenças, medicamentos de alto valor unitário, ou que, em caso de uso crônico ou prolongado, configurem um tratamento de custo elevado. Com o objetivo de descrever o perfil demográfico e epidemiológico dos pacientes atendidos pelo programa, realizou-se um relacionamento probabilístico-determinístico de dados provenientes de registros do Datasus: Autorizações de Procedimentos de Alta Complexidade/Alto Custo (Apac/SIA e Sistema de Informação sobre Mortalidade (SIM. A coorte formada pelo pareamento das bases de dados identificou 611.419 indivíduos que iniciaram o tratamento no período de 2000-2004. As análises foram desagregadas por sexo, região de residência, diagnósticos e medicamentos mais utilizados. A construção desta coorte histórica propiciou a descrição das características demográficas, epidemiológicas e de utilização de medicamentos dos usuários do programa. Além disso, o banco de dados gerado viabiliza uma série de análises específicas por doenças, que podem contribuir para avaliações de efetividade e eficiência de alternativas terapêuticas constantes nos protocolos clínicos, com o objetivo de fornecer subsídios aos tomadores de decisão no que tange ao planejamento das ações e oferta de medicamentos de alto custo pelo SUS.El Programa de Medicamentos Excepcionales del Ministerio de Salud tiene como objetivo satisfacer la demanda de medicamentos de alto valor unitario, o de aquellos empleados en enfermedades crónicas que impliquen un tratamiento de costo elevado. Con el objetivo de describir el perfil demográfico y epidemiológico de los pacientes incluidos en el programa, se realizó una vinculación probabilística-determinística de datos provenientes de registros del DATASUS (Banco de Datos del Sistema Único de Salud: Autorizaciones de Procedimientos de Alta Complejidad/Alto Costo (Apac/SIA y Sistema de

  5. El Sistema Universitario Ecuatoriano

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    Lilian Molina

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available El presente trabajo muestra al sistema universitario ecuatoriano, con el fin de ayudar a entender el inicio de sus reformas en relación con la nueva Constitución y Ley Orgánica de Educación Superior, la importancia de la gratuidad en este nuevo escenario, así como también las nuevas tipologías y orden constitucional de creación de nuevas universidades para promover la investigación científica. Abstract  The present work shows the Ecuadorian university system, in order to help understand the beginning of its reforms in relation to the new Constitution and Organic Law of Higher Education, the importance of gratuitousness in this new scenario, as well as the new typologies And constitutional order of creation of new universities to promote scientific research.

  6. Integracija ERP in MES sistema

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    Oman, Simon

    2016-01-01

    Doktorska disertacija obravnava integracijo poslovnega informacijskega sistema (ERP) in sistema za upravljanje proizvodnje (MES). Podatki v ERP nastajajo kot posledica poslovnih dogodkov in so relativno majhni po obsegu in redki v primerjavi z obsegom in frekvenco podatkov v MES. Zadnje je treba zajemati in obdelovati v realnem času, medtem ko obdelava poslovnih podatkov prenese večurne zakasnitve. Raziskava je osredotočena na konkreten informacijski sistem v poslovnem okolju avtomobilske...

  7. Sistemas distribuidos: control de concurrencia

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    Cenci, Karina M.; Ardenghi, Jorge Raúl

    2001-01-01

    Los sistemas distribuidos son requeridos para incrementar la potencialidad de los servicios, aumentando la performance (velocidad), la tolerancia y la seguridad. Estos funcionan sobre grandes redes físicas, cuyo comportamiento puede no ser predecible. Este tipo de sistemas está formado por procesos y recursos / servicios que son compartidos por los mismos. Para el correcto funcionamiento de los procesos es necesario contar con mecanismos que sincronicen los procesos cooperantes, o que cont...

  8. Del sistema al actor

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    Alain Touraine

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available Si consideramos que las conductas sociales están determinadas por el lugar que los individuos, los grupos o las categorías sociales ocupan en la organización social, entonces será necesario aceptar la idea de que aquello que se denomina la Sociedad posee sus propios intereses y refuerza su integración y funcionamiento. Esta idea ha encontrado dos expresiones concretas: o bien se piensa que el bien y el mal son definidos por aquello que es funcional o disfuncional para la sociedad, es decir que se define por su integración, por las conductas de sus miembros, o bien se prefiere afirmar que la sociedad no es un sistema sino un conjunto de medios dirigidos por una clase o una elite dirigente. Se trata de dos versiones diferentes de lo que se puede denominar sociologismo, es decir, considerar que el interés de la totalidad se impone a sus partes, como el cuerpo se impone a los órganos en la concepción biológica tradicional. Se puede distinguir también la sociología funcionalista sistémica de la sociología funcionalista crítica. En ambos casos se trata de dos de las orientaciones mas importantes del pensamiento sociológico desde sus orígenes.

  9. RAPD-PCR na identificação molecular de plantas medicinais regulamentadas pelo Sistema Único de Saúde do Brasil | RAPD-PCR in molecular identification of medicinal plants regulated by the Unified Health System in Brazil

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    José Luiz Neves Aguiar

    2015-08-01

    Full Text Available O desenvolvimento de metodologia altamente discriminatória para a identificação e caracterização de genótipos das espécies de plantas medicinais regulamentadas pelo sistema público de saúde brasileiro (SUS é de suma importância para o controle de qualidade destas espécies como matérias-primas na produção de medicamentos fitoterápicos, consequentemente, minimizar o risco sanitário associado à ineficácia terapêutica devido ao uso de matéria prima de identidade duvidosa. Por isto, foi utilizado o método RAPD-PCR para a elaboração de um perfil genético de três espécies de plantas medicinais regulamentadas pelo SUS do Brasil: Mikania glomerata, Maytenus ilicifolia e Schinus terebinthifolius, a partir de exemplares destas plantas, que foram cedidas pela Coleção Temática de Plantas Medicinais do Instituto de Pesquisas do Jardim Botânico do Rio de Janeiro. Os 60 iniciadores utilizados no RAPD-PCR com o DNA das três espécies geraram 1284 produtos amplificados que variaram de 100-1500 pb. Foram selecionados cinco iniciadores que geraram no total 76 fragmentos entre 200-1100 pb com astrês espécies, sendo os iniciadores OPG18, OPA7 e OPG17 para a Mikania glomerata, os iniciadores OPG20, OPC13 e OPA11 para a Maytenus ilicifolia e OPA4, OPA18 e OPG14 para a Schinus terebinthifolius e os iniciadores OPA17 e OPC6 para as três espécies. Os perfis resultantes permitiram a identificação eficiente das espécies. Foram identificados iniciadores que geraram um único fragmento que poderão servir para desenhar um iniciador específico, que poderá ser usado na identificação da planta em produtos como monofarmacos e associações. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Development of a highly discriminatory method for the identification of genotypes and species of medicinal plants regulated by the Brazilian public health system (SUS is of paramount importance for the

  10. Blastomicose do sistema nervoso

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    Horácio M. Canelas

    1951-09-01

    Full Text Available Os autores chamam a atenção sôbre os erros de diagnóstico nos casos de neuroblastomicose, seja nas formas meningoencefálicas, seja nas tumorais. São focalizadas a paracoccidioidose e a criptococose. Depois de caracterizarem clìnicamente a paracoccidioidose, acentuam a raridade das formas nervosas (1,2% dos casos dessa micose autopsiados no Departamento de Anatomia Patológica da Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo. Pela revisão da literatura foi verificado haver apenas 12 casos registrados. 0 caso de Casiello e Klass é o único em que o diagnóstico foi feito em vida; os demais, ou constituem achado de necropsia, ou foram inesperadamente revelados pelo exame histopatológico realizado após intervenções cirúrgicas. Os autores registram 2 casos de paracoccidioidose do sistema nervoso. No primeiro, tratava-se de meningomielorra-diculite crônica, sendo o parasito identificado no escarro; o segundo era portador de síndrome de compressão medular, cuja patogenia é discutida pelos autores, tendo sido a etiologia paracoccidióidica comprovada pelo exame da polpa e biópsia ganglionares. Considerações clínicas sôbre a criptococose precedem o relato de um caso de meningoencefalomielite subaguda, no qual fôra feito em vida o diagnóstico de paracoccidioidose, pelo exame micológico do liqüido cefalorraqueano; êste paciente, embora medicado com doses maciças de sulfa e tiossemicarbarsona, veio a falecer, tendo o exame anátomo-patológico revelado tratar-se, na realidade, de lesões nervosas produzidas pelo Crypíococcus neo-formans. Nos três casos era incisivo o caráter neurocirúrgico da sintomatologia. Entretanto, ante o diagnóstico de paracoccidioidose, foi instituído tratamento pelas sulfas, vacina específica e tiossemicarbarsona. Os resultados foram excelentes no caso 2, em que a terapêutica pôde ser instituída mais precocemente; melhoras também foram obtidas no caso 1. No caso 3, foram verificadas

  11. Aerospace Medicine

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    Michaud, Vince

    2015-01-01

    NASA Aerospace Medicine overview - Aerospace Medicine is that specialty area of medicine concerned with the determination and maintenance of the health, safety, and performance of those who fly in the air or in space.

  12. Nuclear Medicine.

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    Badawi, Ramsey D.

    2001-01-01

    Describes the use of nuclear medicine techniques in diagnosis and therapy. Describes instrumentation in diagnostic nuclear medicine and predicts future trends in nuclear medicine imaging technology. (Author/MM)

  13. Sistemas de tiempo real y sistemas distribuidos de tiempo real

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    Pesado, Patricia Mabel; Ramón, Hugo Dionisio; Boracchia, Marcos; Pasini, Ariel C.; De Vito, María Cecilia; Osella Massa, Germán Leandro; Estrebou, César Armando

    2006-01-01

    El proyecto de investigación y desarrollo en Sistemas de Software Distribuido, abarca aspectos que van desde los fundamentos del desarrollo (Técnicas de Ingeniería de Requerimientos, Metodologías de Gestión y Desarrollo de Proyectos, Técnicas de Planificación, Métricas, Normas de Calidad, Web-Systems) hasta la concepción de aplicaciones específicas orientadas a los procesos industriales (Sistemas de Planeamiento de Producción, Control Industrial en tiempo real), procesos de E-government (Voto...

  14. Index of International Publications in Aerospace Medicine

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    2010-10-01

    Aerospace Medicine technical reports are available in full-text from the Civil Aerospace Medical Institute’s publications Web site: www.faa.gov/library...System in Space and Other Extreme Conditions. England – USA: Harwood Academic Publishers, 1991. Konstantinova IV, Petrov RV. Sistema Immuniteta v

  15. Sistema de coberta transitable ventilada

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    Pagés Serra, Jorge

    2013-01-01

    Investigació referent a l'aplicació pràctica d'un sistema constructiu per a realitzar una coberta ventilada transitable amb paviment continuu En el nostre clima la màxima insolació es produeix a la coberta. Per altre banda les cobertes a la catalana o cobertes ventilades, tant comuns a l'eixample i d'altres zones de barcelona han pràcticament desaparegut. Aquesta investigació preten desenvolupar un sistema constructiu que permeti la realització de cobertes ventilades amb paviments continus...

  16. Averrhoa carambola L., Syzygium cumini (L. Skeels and Cissus sicyoides L.: medicinal herbal tea effects on vegetal and animal test systems Averrhoa carambola L., Syzygium cumini (L. Skeels e Cissus sicyoides L.: efeitos dos chás de plantas medicinais sobre os sistemas-teste vegetal e animal

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    Mario Sergio Mantovani

    2001-05-01

    Full Text Available Since folk medicine has been greatly appreciated for centuries, many researchers decided to study more deeply the curative qualities of plants. In the present study, meristematic cells of Allium cepa L. were used as vegetal test system and bone marrow cells of Wistar rats as animal test system. Both were treated in vivo to evaluate whether the plants Averrhoa carambola L., Syzygium cumini (L. Skeels and Cissus sicyoides L. presented cytotoxic and mutagenic effects and whether they resulted in cell alterations in their morphology, chromosomes or cell cycle division. Herbal teas were prepared as normally done by the population, albeit in two different concentrations, the usual concentration and a concentration ten times higher. Rats were treated with only one concentration of teas. Results showed that teas did not alter the cell cycle of Allium cepa L., with the exception of the 24 hours analysis after suspension of treatment (recovery of treatments, with a lower concentration of Averrhoa carambola. The latter had a low mitotic index when compared to control and to the post-treatment analysis, showing an inhibition of cell division. The three herbal teas neither induced an increase in the number of chromosomal damage in bone marrow cells of Wistar rats nor altered the cell division cycle. Results are important in so far as these plants are used as therapeutic agentsAs plantas medicinais têm sido muito estudadas devido aos seus efeitos curativos. Neste estudo foram utilizados o sistema teste vegetal em células meristemáticas de Allium cepa L. e o sistema teste animal em células da medula óssea de ratos Wistar tratados in vivo para avaliação dos efeitos citotóxicos e mutagênicos das plantas Averrhoa carambola L., Syzygium cumini (L. Skeels e Cissus sicyoides L., analisando-se o ciclo de divisão celular, morfologia e cromossomos. Os chás das plantas foram preparados da maneira usada pela população e em duas diferentes concentrações, a

  17. Sistemas de control moderno volumen II: sistemas de tiempo discreto

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    Fernández del Busto, Ricardo; Ramírez Mendoza, Ricardo A.

    2014-01-01

    El objetivo del eBook es iniciar al estudiante en los conceptos de los sistemas de control en tiempo discreto de tal manera que el alumno pueda entender los temas y complementarlos con los contenidos de libros de texto clásicos, ya sea para autoestudio o desarrollo de tareas.

  18. Sistemas de control moderno. Volumen I: sistemas de tiempo continuo

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    Morales Menéndez, Rubén; Ramírez Mendoza, Ricardo Ambrosio

    2013-01-01

    Este eBook pretende evidenciar la relevancia que tiene el control automático, así como facilitar la adquicisión de habilidades de análisis y síntesis en la identificación y la solución de problemas de los sistemas de control automático.

  19. Nuclear medicine

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    Lentle, B.C.

    1986-01-01

    Several growth areas for nuclear medicine were defined. Among them were: cardiac nuclear medicine, neuro-psychiatric nuclear medicine, and cancer diagnosis through direct tumor imaging. A powerful new tool, Positron Emission Tomography (PET) was lauded as the impetus for new developments in nuclear medicine. The political environment (funding, degree of autonomy) was discussed, as were the economic and scientific environments

  20. Sistema de incendios inalámbrico

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    Menéndez Muñiz, Sergio

    2012-01-01

    Sistema de detección de incendios inalámbrico basado en dispositivos "motes" para la monitorización del estado del sistema, detección y reconocimiento de alarmas. Sistema de detecció d'incendis sense fils basat en dispositius "motes" per a la monitorització de l'estat del sistema, detecció i reconeixement d'alarmes.

  1. Heart failure - medicines

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    CHF - medicines; Congestive heart failure - medicines; Cardiomyopathy - medicines; HF - medicines ... will need to take most of your heart failure medicines every day. Some medicines are taken once ...

  2. Knowledge Exchange with Sistema Scotland

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    Allan, Julie; Moran, Nikki; Duffy, Celia; Loening, Gica

    2010-01-01

    This paper reports on a knowledge exchange project, funded by the Scottish Funding Council and undertaken by a group of researchers from three higher education institutions in Scotland and the project partner, Sistema Scotland. This newly established charity is attempting to implement a major programme of social change, developed in Venezuela,…

  3. Thoughts on Seeing "El Sistema"

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    Booth, Eric

    2009-01-01

    The FESNOJIV (the Spanish acronym for the State Foundation for the National System of Youth and Children's Orchestras), more commonly known as "El Sistema," teaches 300,000 of Venezuela's poorest children in the nationwide music learning program. Many begin attending the "nucleo" as early as age two or three, and the vast…

  4. Diabetes Medicines

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    Diabetes means your blood glucose, or blood sugar, levels are too high. If you can't control your diabetes with wise food choices and physical activity, you may need diabetes medicines. The kind of medicine you take depends ...

  5. Herbal Medicine

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    ... for its scent, flavor, or therapeutic properties. Herbal medicines are one type of dietary supplement. They are ... and fresh or dried plants. People use herbal medicines to try to maintain or improve their health. ...

  6. Sistema Kaizen en la administracion

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    Gallegos, H.

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available En este artículo presentaremos la importancia que tiene el área de administración como factor de reducción de costos para la empresa aplicando el sistema kaizen. Analizaremos en forma general la administración de las empresas, enfocándonos en las áreas de oportunidad que pueden existir, así como la posible solución a esto, utilizando el sistema kaizen, obteniendo como resultado una reducción de costos, tiempos o mejoras en los procesos administrativos. También se anexa un caso practico en el cual se muestra como aplicando la metodología kaizen en las actividades administrativas podemos lograr una reducción de tiempos y/o costos todo esto causado por la reingeniería de los procesos.

  7. Sistemas de control en estructuras

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    José Luis Ahumada Villafañe

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available En el diseño estructural, la capacidad de disipación de energía en elementos que conforman los sistemas resistentes a fuerzas dinámicas, como las impartidas por la actividad sísmica y eólica, es suministrada por un minucioso detallado del acero de refuerzo y dimensiones en las secciones transversales de los elementos. Esta práctica es realizada bajo muchas suposiciones que en algunas ocasiones no corresponden a la realidad, y como es de esperarse, producen resultados inexactos y un desconocimiento del desempeño de la estructura. Por lo anterior es riesgoso confiar el 100% de la capacidad estructural a los elementos sobre todo cuando conforman sistemas estructurales diseñados en zonas de amenaza sísmica alta. En este artículo se presentan los sistemas de control, los cuales son una serie de dispositivos adaptados a las estructuras que absorben gran parte de la energía sísmica y liberan los elementos estructurales en gran porcentaje de la acción sísmica, logrando disminuir en ellas las solicitaciones (fuerzas internas y las respuestas (derivas con el objetivo de conseguir un buen desempeño, limitar el daño y abaratar los costos de reparación de fallas localizadas. Los sistemas de control que se analizarán en el presente artículo se dividen en control pasivo, control activo, control semiactivo y control híbrido.

  8. A hybrid solar/diesel water heating system: in medicine area in a hospital in Mexico city; Sistema hibrido de energia solar y diesel para calentamiento de agua: caso en el area de medicina fisica en un hospital en la ciudad de Mexico

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    Nolasco Mejia, Miguel; Wolpert Kuri, Jorge [UNAM, Mexico, D.F. (Mexico)

    2000-07-01

    A hybrid solar/diesel water heating system for therapy in a hospital in Mexico is described in this paper. The use of solar energy in hospitals and clinics, represent an environmentally friendly alternative to the burning of fossil fuels. Analysis is made regarding the feasibility of integrating both solar energy and conventional energy (fuel oil) as back up, to satisfy the hot water demand for hydrotherapy in a hospital. Results from simulation show that solar energy is a cheap means to provide up to 60% of the hot water demand. The solar assisted system proposed uses flat plate solar collectors integrated with an existing hot water tank, where water is heated with vapor from a diesel ran boiler. This represents significant savings on the solar system cost. [Spanish] La utilizacion de la energia solar en hospitales y clinicas, representa una posibilidad para obtener ahorros importantes de energia para satisfacer la demanda de agua caliente. En el presente estudio se analiza la demanda de agua caliente para uso en medicina fisica (hidroterapia), en un hospital ubicado en la Cd. De Mexico y la factibilidad de usar la energia solar, empleando como apoyo el sistema tradicional de combustible fosil (diesel). Mediante un analisis termico se determina el calor necesario para satisfacer la demanda de agua caliente. El analisis economico muestra los costos del sistema solar, los ahorros que se tendran y el periodo de recuperacion de la inversion. Los resultados muestran que la utilizacion de la energia solar es factible debido a la disminucion tanto del consumo de combustible, como de las emisiones atmosfericas. Se propone la instalacion de un sistema solar con colectores planos y el aprovechamiento de uno de los dos tanques de agua caliente existentes, donde se efectua la trasferencia de calor al agua por medio de vapor, lo cual disminuye el costo del sistema solar. La aportacion solar puede ser mayor del 60%, el complemento sera aportado por el sistema tradicional con

  9. Gerencia de sistemas conductuales y cambio organizacional

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    Guillermo E. Yáber; María E. Malott; Elizabeth Valarino

    1998-01-01

    La gerencia de sistemas conductuales es una tecnología basada en un enfoque científico para el análisis del comportamiento en sistemas humanos. Esta tecnología ayuda a las organizaciones a definir y lograr sus metas. Consiste en el análisis, especificación, diseño, implementación, evaluación y reciclaje de sistemas de motivación humana que optimizan el desempeño y desarrollo a nivel del sistema total, departamental e individual de la organización. Utiliza tres modelos: El di...

  10. Control de sistemas caóticos

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    RODRÍGUEZ LIÑÁN, JUAN ÁNGEL; DE LEÓN MORALES, JESÚS

    2008-01-01

    Se presenta una estrategia para control de caos (supresión y sincronización) en una clase de sistemas. Los sistemas estudiados, conocidos como clase P, son los más simples que exhiben caos. Se diseña un observador adaptable para una clase de sistemas afines en el estado, el cual se sincroniza con los sistemas clase P al estimar sus estados y parámetros desconocidos. Además, se considera una ley de control, dependiente de las estimaciones del observador, que permite...

  11. Reflexiones sobre los sistemas silvopastoriles

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    R. O Russo

    Full Text Available El objetivo de este análisis es reflexionar acerca de modelos integrados de producción ganadera familiar y extensiva, más estables y sustentables, en los que se integre el componente leñoso, que contribuye a la reducción de gases con efecto invernadero y favorece la mitigación del cambio climático. Para ello se hizo una revisión de conceptos referentes a la integración de la actividad forestal en la ganadería, como alternativa viable de sistema de producción. Se parte del criterio de que los sistemas silvopastoriles (SSP, dentro de los agroforestales, son agroecosistemas en los que se asocia un componente arbóreo con uno herbáceo (pasturas naturales o mejoradas y otro pecuario (ganado en un mismo sitio, donde existen interacciones biológicas entre estos y se maximiza el uso de la tierra. También se describe cómo se agrupan los SSP; sus oportunidades desde los puntos de vista económico, productivo, social y ambiental; y los efectos de la interacción entre sus componentes. Este análisis permite plantear que los SSP son producto de la relación entre la biología, la sociedad y la cultura, y en ellos existe una enorme diversidad; asimismo, permiten la reconversión de la ganadería extensiva de muy baja productividad en sistemas más productivos y sostenibles en el tiempo, así como la rehabilitación de las áreas degradadas por ese tipo de ganadería, por la deforestación y por el agotamiento de los suelos.

  12. [Expedition medicine].

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    Donlagić, Lana

    2009-01-01

    Expedition and wildeness medicine is a term that combines rescue medicine, sport medicine as well as more specific branches as polar or high altitude medicine. It is being intensively studied both at the reaserch institutes and on expeditions. Ophtalmologists are concentrated on the reaserch of HARH (High Altitude Retinal Hemorrhage), neurologists on HACE reaserch (High Altitude Cerebral Edema), psychologists are developing tests to decsribe cognitive functions and many physicians are being trained to work in extreme enviroment. The result of all this effort are numerous new findings in pathophysiology and therapy of altitude illness, increased security on expedition and further development of expeditionism.

  13. Nuclear medicine

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    Anon.

    1993-01-01

    The area of nuclear medicine, the development of artificially produced radioactive isotopes for medical applications, is relatively recent. Among the subjects covered in a lengthy discussion are the following: history of development; impact of nuclear medicine; understanding the most effective use of radioisotopes; most significant uses of nuclear medicine radioimmunoassays; description of equipment designed for use in the field of nuclear medicine (counters, scanning system, display systems, gamma camera); description of radioisotopes used and their purposes; quality control. Numerous historical photographs are included. 52 refs

  14. Sistema prisional e direitos humanos

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    Mendes, André Pacheco Teixeira

    2015-01-01

    O volume 4 da Série Clínicas dos Cadernos FGV DIREITO RIO traz quatro trabalhos originais relacionados ao tema do Sistema Prisional e Direitos Humanos. A obra contempla pareceres jurídicos sobre violações aos direitos dos presos nas unidades prisionais do estado do Rio de Janeiro, tendo por objeto: (i) emprego ilegal de laxante em custodiados e visitantes suspeitos de carregarem drogas; (ii) falta de água própria para o consumo humano; (iii) restrição ao banho de sol; e (iv) condições inadequ...

  15. Neurocitoma no sistema nervoso central

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    José Torquato Severo

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    Full Text Available É relatado o caso de uma paciente com 6 anos de idade, hospitalizada com síndrome de hipertensão intracraniana. Após o exame neuro-radiológico que evidenciou processo expansivo frontal direito, a paciente foi submetida à cirurgia, durante a qual ocorreu o óbito. O exame histo-patológico do material retirado durante o ato operatório, permitiu o diagnóstico de neurocitoma, tumor raro no sistema nervoso central.

  16. Sistemas de control en estructuras

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    José Luis Ahumada Villafañe

    2010-01-01

    En el diseño estructural, la capacidad de disipación de energía en elementos que conforman los sistemas resistentes a fuerzas dinámicas, como las impartidas por la actividad sísmica y eólica, es suministrada por un minucioso detallado del acero de refuerzo y dimensiones en las secciones transversales de los elementos. Esta práctica es realizada bajo muchas suposiciones que en algunas ocasiones no corresponden a la realidad, y como es de esperarse, producen resultados inexactos y un desconocim...

  17. Vulnerable Medicine

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    Bochner, Arthur P.

    2009-01-01

    In "Narrative Medicine: Honoring the Stories of Illness," Rita Charon paints an original and humane portrait of what it can mean to be a doctor, to live a life immersed in sickness and dedicated to wellness. Charon drops the veil, inviting readers to look at the secret, subjective, emotional face of medicine, a zone of self-censored feelings and…

  18. Use Medicines Safely

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    ... Medicines Safely Print This Topic En español Use Medicines Safely Browse Sections The Basics Overview Prescription Medicines ... Medicines 1 of 7 sections The Basics: Prescription Medicines There are different types of medicine. The 2 ...

  19. El sistema reticulo-endotelial

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    Carlos M. Pava

    1936-05-01

    Full Text Available El lector aficionado a los estudios histológicos que hace unos veinte años hubiese hojeado algún tratado nuevo sobre la materia, habría encontrado el término de "Sistema retículo-endotelial", sin duda extraño y desconocido para él, porque solamente entonces empezó a figurar no sólo como tal, sino principalmente como la expresión de una nueva agrupación de tejidos cuya morfología era semejante en líneas generales, y cuyo funcionamiento, a pesar de estar diseminado por todo el organismo, es de una precisión e igualdad admirables.

  20. Immanuel Wallerstein e o moderno sistema mundial

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    José Jobson de Andrade Arruda

    1983-12-01

    Full Text Available (primeiro parágrafo do texto Immanuel Wallerstein é diretor do Centro Fernand Braudel para o Estudo de Economias, Sistemas Históricos e Civilizacionais (Binghamton, N.Y. e editor da revista trimestral Review. Seu projeto mais amplo é a busca dos elementos determinantes do sistema mundial moderno. Para tanto, dividiu o seu trabalho em quatro partes principais, às quais con-sidera as quatro épocas fundamentais apresentadas pelo dito sistema até hoje. O primeiro volume, objeto desta resenha crítica, cobre o período de 1450 a 1640, correspondendo ao estudo das origens e condições primitivas do sistema mundial até então exclusivamente um sistema europeu. O segundo volume, já publicado, ocupar-se-ia da consolidação do sis-tema entre 1640 e 1815. O terceiro volume, referente ao período de 1815 a 1917, estará centrado na recriação do sistema decorrente das vertiginosas transformações resultantes do dinamismo tecnológico e do avanço do industrialismo no século XIX. O quarto volume cuidará da consolidação da economia — mundo capitalista, a partir de 1917 até a atualidade, e das tensões "revolucionárias" particulares que esta conso lidação tem provocado.

  1. Alternative Medicine

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    ... valid therapies, delaying proven treatment for serious conditions. Holistic Treatments Holistic medicine is a system of health care ... techniques including meditation, biofeedback and relaxation training. While holistic treatments can be part of a good physical regimen, ...

  2. Nuclear medicine

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    Chamberlain, M.J.

    1986-01-01

    Despite an aggressive, competitive diagnostic radiology department, the University Hospital, London, Ontario has seen a decline of 11% total (in vivo and in the laboratory) in the nuclear medicine workload between 1982 and 1985. The decline of in vivo work alone was 24%. This trend has already been noted in the U.S.. Nuclear medicine is no longer 'a large volume prosperous specialty of wide diagnostic application'

  3. Nuclear medicine

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    Blanquet, Paul; Blanc, Daniel.

    1976-01-01

    The applications of radioisotopes in medical diagnostics are briefly reviewed. Each organ system is considered and the Nuclear medicine procedures pertinent to that system are discussed. This includes, the principle of the test, the detector and the radiopharmaceutical used, the procedure followed and the clinical results obtained. The various types of radiation detectors presently employed in Nuclear Medicine are surveyed, including scanners, gamma cameras, positron cameras and procedures for obtaining tomographic presentation of radionuclide distributions [fr

  4. El sistema acusatorio oral en Costa Rica

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    Hernández Barrantes, Jessica María; Rodríguez Montoya, Carmen María; Tenorio Jara

    2014-01-01

    El 1.° de enero de 1998 entra en vigencia el nuevo Código Procesal Penal, con lo cual se experimenta una de las reformas más importantes en materia de Administración de Justicia Penal, que implica el paso de un Sistema Procesal Inquisitivo a un Sistema Acusatorio que procura la adversarialidad entre partes. El antiguo Sistema Penal Inquisitivo se caracterizaba en que las funciones de investigar y juzgar se ejercían por el Juez de instrucción, el proceso era escrito y las dil...

  5. Proyecto seguridad en redes y sistemas

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    Valencia Zurera, Miguel

    2016-01-01

    Hoy en día la mayoría de servicios Web son vulnerables a ataques tanto externos como internos y el uso de sistemas de detección de intrusos se hace aconsejable, sino imprescindible, para la prevención de estos ataques. Un IDS es una herramienta de seguridad que intenta detectar o monitorizar los eventos ocurridos en un determinado sistema informático en busca de intentos de comprometer la seguridad de dicho sistema. En este trabajo se realizará una instalación de un IDS basado en Snort para p...

  6. Travel medicine

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    Aw, Brian; Boraston, Suni; Botten, David; Cherniwchan, Darin; Fazal, Hyder; Kelton, Timothy; Libman, Michael; Saldanha, Colin; Scappatura, Philip; Stowe, Brian

    2014-01-01

    Abstract Objective To define the practice of travel medicine, provide the basics of a comprehensive pretravel consultation for international travelers, and assist in identifying patients who might require referral to travel medicine professionals. Sources of information Guidelines and recommendations on travel medicine and travel-related illnesses by national and international travel health authorities were reviewed. MEDLINE and EMBASE searches for related literature were also performed. Main message Travel medicine is a highly dynamic specialty that focuses on pretravel preventive care. A comprehensive risk assessment for each individual traveler is essential in order to accurately evaluate traveler-, itinerary-, and destination-specific risks, and to advise on the most appropriate risk management interventions to promote health and prevent adverse health outcomes during travel. Vaccinations might also be required and should be personalized according to the individual traveler’s immunization history, travel itinerary, and the amount of time available before departure. Conclusion A traveler’s health and safety depends on a practitioner’s level of expertise in providing pretravel counseling and vaccinations, if required. Those who advise travelers are encouraged to be aware of the extent of this responsibility and to refer all high-risk travelers to travel medicine professionals whenever possible. PMID:25500599

  7. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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  10. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    ... Professions Site Index A-Z Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine Children’s (pediatric) nuclear medicine imaging uses small amounts ... Children's Nuclear Medicine? What is Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine? Nuclear medicine is a branch of medical imaging ...

  11. General Nuclear Medicine

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    ... Resources Professions Site Index A-Z General Nuclear Medicine Nuclear medicine imaging uses small amounts of radioactive ... of General Nuclear Medicine? What is General Nuclear Medicine? Nuclear medicine is a branch of medical imaging ...

  12. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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  13. Medicinal smokes.

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    Mohagheghzadeh, Abdolali; Faridi, Pouya; Shams-Ardakani, Mohammadreza; Ghasemi, Younes

    2006-11-24

    All through time, humans have used smoke of medicinal plants to cure illness. To the best of our knowledge, the ethnopharmacological aspects of natural products' smoke for therapy and health care have not been studied. Mono- and multi-ingredient herbal and non-herbal remedies administered as smoke from 50 countries across the 5 continents are reviewed. Most of the 265 plant species of mono-ingredient remedies studied belong to Asteraceae (10.6%), followed by Solanaceae (10.2%), Fabaceae (9.8%) and Apiaceae (5.3%). The most frequent medical indications for medicinal smoke are pulmonary (23.5%), neurological (21.8%) and dermatological (8.1%). Other uses of smoke are not exactly medical but beneficial to health, and include smoke as a preservative or a repellent and the social use of smoke. The three main methods for administering smoke are inhalation, which accounts for 71.5% of the indications; smoke directed at a specific organ or body part, which accounts for 24.5%; ambient smoke (passive smoking), which makes up the remaining 4.0%. Whereas inhalation is typically used in the treatment of pulmonary and neurological disorders and directed smoke in localized situations, such as dermatological and genito-urinary disorders, ambient smoke is not directed at the body at all but used as an air purifier. The advantages of smoke-based remedies are rapid delivery to the brain, more efficient absorption by the body and lower costs of production. This review highlights the fact that not enough is known about medicinal smoke and that a lot of natural products have potential for use as medicine in the smoke form. Furthermore, this review argues in favor of medicinal smoke extended use in modern medicine as a form of drug delivery and as a promising source of new active natural ingredients.

  14. Sistema de salud de Honduras The health system of Honduras

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    Juan Luis Bermúdez-Madriz

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo se describe el sistema de salud de Honduras, incluyendo los retos que enfrenta, su estructura y cobertura, su financiamiento, los recursos con los que cuenta y las actividades de rectoría que en él se desarrollan. Este sistema cuenta con un sector público constituido por la Secretaría de Salud (SS y el Instituto Hondureño de Seguridad Social (IHSS, y un sector privado en el que predomina el uso de servicios con pago de bolsillo. El Plan Nacional de Salud 2010-2014 se plantea una ambiciosa reforma del sistema que contempla la universalización del aseguramiento mediante un sistema de salud integrado y plural, en el que la SS funcionaría como una institución rectora y reguladora, y que contaría con un seguro público nacional de salud para la población pobre y un IHSS que funcionaría exclusivamente como aseguradora al contratar servicios para sus afiliados con proveedores públicos y privados, que operarían bajo un modelo de salud familiar y comunitaria.This paper describes the health system of Honduras, including its challenges, structure coverage, sources of financing, resources and stewardship activities. This system counts with a public and a private sector. The public sector includes the Ministry of Health (MH and the Honduran Social Security Institute (HSSI. The private sector is dominated by a set of providers offering services payed mostly out-of-pocket. The National Health Plan 2010-2014 includes a set of reforms oriented towards the creation of an integrated and plural system headed by the MH in its stewardship role. It also anticipates the creation of a public health insurance for the poor population and the transformation of the HSSI into a public insurance agency which contracts services for its affiliates with public and private providers under a family medicine model.

  15. Cogeneration Systems; Sistemas de Cogeneracion

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    Fernandez M, Manuel F; Huante P, Liborio; Romo M, Cesar A [Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas, Cuernavaca, Morelos (Mexico)

    2006-07-01

    The present article deals on relevant aspects on the subject of cogeneration within the Mexican territorial limits. In the first place it is presented the role of Mexico in terms of its cogeneration potential, the type of service that has obtained from this predominant modality of cogeneration for self-supplying, the most propitious sectors to develop it, its legislations on the matter, the projects made for the implementation of cogeneration plants, as well as the existing cogeneration schemes for its respective optimization proposals. Without leaving out the analysis on the different types of evaluation on the efficiency of cogeneration systems and the aspects to consider for the election of a generation cycle. [Spanish] El presente articulo trata sobre aspectos relevantes en materia de cogeneracion dentro de los limites territoriales de la nacion mexicana. Se muestra en primer lugar el papel de Mexico en terminos de su potencial de cogeneracion, el tipo de servicio que ha obtenido de esta predominantemente (modalidad de cogeneracion para autoabastecimiento), los sectores mas propicios para desarrollarla, sus legislaciones al respecto, los proyectos realizados para la implementacion de plantas de cogeneracion, asi como los esquemas de cogeneracion existentes con sus respectivas propuestas de optimizacion. Sin dejar de lado el analisis sobre los distintos tipos de evaluacion de la eficiencia de sistemas de cogeneracion y los aspectos a considerar para la eleccion de un ciclo de generacion.

  16. Medicinal Mushrooms

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    Lindequist, U.; Won Kim, H.; Tiralongo, E.; Griensven, van L.J.L.D.

    2014-01-01

    Since beginning of mankind nature is the most important source of medicines. Bioactive compounds produced by living organisms can be used directly as drugs or as lead compounds for drug development. Besides, the natural material can be used as crude drug for preparation of powder or extracts. Plants

  17. Medicinal Plants.

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    Phillipson, J. David

    1997-01-01

    Highlights the demand for medicinal plants as pharmaceuticals and the demand for health care treatments worldwide and the issues that arise from this. Discusses new drugs from plants, anticancer drugs, antiviral drugs, antimalarial drugs, herbal remedies, quality, safety, efficacy, and conservation of plants. Contains 30 references. (JRH)

  18. Predictive medicine

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    Boenink, Marianne; ten Have, Henk

    2015-01-01

    In the last part of the twentieth century, predictive medicine has gained currency as an important ideal in biomedical research and health care. Research in the genetic and molecular basis of disease suggested that the insights gained might be used to develop tests that predict the future health

  19. Bioenergetic medicine

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    Swerdlow, Russell H

    2014-01-01

    Here we discuss a specific therapeutic strategy we call ‘bioenergetic medicine’. Bioenergetic medicine refers to the manipulation of bioenergetic fluxes to positively affect health. Bioenergetic medicine approaches rely heavily on the law of mass action, and impact systems that monitor and respond to the manipulated flux. Since classically defined energy metabolism pathways intersect and intertwine, targeting one flux also tends to change other fluxes, which complicates treatment design. Such indirect effects, fortunately, are to some extent predictable, and from a therapeutic perspective may also be desirable. Bioenergetic medicine-based interventions already exist for some diseases, and because bioenergetic medicine interventions are presently feasible, new approaches to treat certain conditions, including some neurodegenerative conditions and cancers, are beginning to transition from the laboratory to the clinic. Linked Articles This article is part of a themed issue on Mitochondrial Pharmacology: Energy, Injury & Beyond. To view the other articles in this issue visit http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/bph.2014.171.issue-8 PMID:24004341

  20. Personalized medicine

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    Bendtzen, Klaus

    2013-01-01

    engineered anti-TNF-alpha antibody constructs now constitute one of the heaviest medicinal expenditures in many countries. All currently used TNF antagonists may dramatically lower disease activity and, in some patients, induce remission. Unfortunately, however, not all patients respond favorably, and safety...

  1. Environmental medicine

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    Steneberg, A.

    1996-01-01

    'Environmental medicine' deals with the manifold health problems from environmental factors of chemical, physical and psychosocial origin that are possible or have been observed. The book gives insight into the current state of knowledge of environmental medicine institutions, possibilities of diagnosis and therapeutic methods. It offers a systematic overview of pollutant sources and pollutant effects and points out, inter alia, syndromes that are discussed in connection with environmental factors: not only allergies and carcinogenous diseases but also symptom complexes that are hard to diagnose by ordinary methods such as the sick-building syndrome, multiple sensitivity to chemicals, electrosensitivity, amalgam intoxications, disorders due to wood preservatives and fungal diseases. The lingering course of a disease and a set of symptoms varying from one patient to another are the rule, not the exception, because environmental diseases are due above all to the chronic uptake of low pollutant doses (orig./MG) [de

  2. Sistemas territoriales de salud frente al sistema general de seguridad social en salud de Colombia

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    Jahir Alexander Gutiérrez Ossa

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available Introducción: El artículo expone los elementos y fundamentos que podrían avalar la generación de sistemas de seguridad social en salud territorial, en complementación con el sistema general preexistente. Materiales y Métodos: La eclosión generalizada en los sistemas de salud, implica la revisión de los modelos propuestos de carácter central y territorial. El análisis económico institucional, permite analizar las condiciones que tienen los sistemas generales para impactar en los esquemas territoriales. Resultados: Es el momento preciso, para que el sistema general en Colombia responda efectivamente en la materia, y que tanto ello, podría dar cuenta de la capacidad sistémica del mismo en el escenario territorial. Discusión: Es importante, que las gobernaciones y municipios planteen el alcance de dicha iniciativa. El Sistema General de Seguridad Social en Salud en Colombia, gira en torno a modelos y no a la concepción de sistema de salud efectivamente. Conclusiones: La definición de sistema de salud está opacando la atención para definir lo que implica efectivamente la salud, independiente de cualquier sistema al que se pretenda apuntar al final. Palabras clave: Cobertura de Servicios Públicos de Salud, Evaluación en Salud, Sistemas Multiinstitucionales, Sistemas Nacionales de Salud, Políticas Públicas de Salud. (Fuente: DeCS BIREME. Cómo citar este artículo: Gutiérrez Ossa JA, Restrepo Avendaño RD. Sistemas territoriales de salud frente al sistema general de seguridad social en salud de Colombia. Rev Cuid. 2014; 5(1: 623-32.

  3. Transfusion Medicine

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    Smit Sibinga CT

    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available Cees Th. Smit Sibinga ID Consulting, Zuidhorn, The NetherlandsTransfusion Medicine is a bridging science, spanning the evidence-based practice at the bedside with the social sciences in the community.     Transfusion Medicine starts at the bedside. Surprisingly, only recently that has become rediscovered with the development of ‘patient blood management’ and ‘patient centered’ approaches to allow the growth of an optimal and rational patient care through supportive hemotherapy – safe and effective, affordable and accessible.1    Where transfusion of blood found its origin in the need of a patient, it has drifted away for a long period of time from the bedside and has been dominated for almost a century by laboratory sciences. At least the first ten editions of the famous and well reputed textbook Mollison’s Blood Transfusion in Clinical Medicine contained only a fraction on the actual bedside practice of transfusion medicine and did not focus at all on patient blood management.2    This journal will focus on all aspects of the transfusion chain that immediately relate to the bedside practice and clinical use of blood and its components, and plasma derivatives as integral elements of a human transplant tissue. That includes legal and regulatory aspects, medical, ethical and cultural aspects, pure science and pathophysiology of disease and the impact of transfusion of blood, as well as aspects of the epidemiology of blood transfusion and clinical indications, and cost-effectiveness. Education through timely and continued transfer of up to date knowledge and the application of knowledge in clinical practice to develop and maintain clinical skills and competence, with the extension of current educational approaches through e-learning and accessible ‘apps’ will be given a prominent place.

  4. ENERGY MEDICINE

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    Srinivasan, T. M.

    1987-01-01

    Energy medicine is the most comprehensive concept introduced in medical diagnostics and therapy to account for a whole range of phenomena and methods available to help an individual proceed from sickness to health. The modern medical theories do not account for, much less accept many traditional therapies due to deep suspicion that the older methods are not scientific. However, the Holistic Health groups around the world have now created an environment for therapies which work at subtle energ...

  5. Transfusion medicine

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    Murawski, K.; Peetoom, F.

    1986-01-01

    These proceedings contain 24 selections, including papers presented at the conference of American Red Cross held in May 1985, on the Subject of transfusion medicine. Some of the titles are: Fluosol/sup R/-DA in Radiation Therapy; Expression of Cloned Human Factor VIII and the Molecular Basis of Gene Defects that Cause Hemophilia; DNA-Probing Assay in the Detection of Hepatitis B Virus Genome in Human Peripheral Blood Cells; and Monoclonal Antibodies: Convergence of Technology and Application

  6. Contexto General de los Sistemas Agrarios

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    Vélez Escobar Norberto

    1989-12-01

    Full Text Available Esta ponencia introdujo y delimitó el campo de trabajo para el panel: Formas o Sistemas de Producción Agraria. En ella se presentó y discutió la definición del concepto de FORMA DE PRODUCCION e igualmente planteó la taxonomía más general o "agrupamientos" de los sistemas de producción agraria en Colombia. Se identificaron cinco grupos de formas, en proceso de estructuración, empresariales, campesinas, de economía natural y experimentales; y a continuación se caracterizó y explicó cada uno de los cinco agrupamientos. La ponencia terminó sustentando la validez del trabajo académico basado en el enfoque de sistemas y presentó la evolución reciente de esta forma de trabajo en la Universidad Nacional, Seccional Medellín.

  7. SCODA para el Desarrollo de Sistemas Multiagente

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    Jesús A. Román

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available El planteamiento de implementar sistemas multiagente de forma que puedan reutilizarse con distintos objetivos, dota a los desarrolladores de una metodología más eficaz en sus fines. Este artículo presenta SCODA, una arquitectura basada en cinco principios: estandaridad, especialización, facilidad de implementación, reutilización y computación distribuida. SCODA pretende facilitar el desarrollo de sistemas multiagente, basándose en el concepto de pequeños grupos de agentes denominados Comunidades Inteligentes Especializadas (CIE. Las CIE cuentan con funcionalidades específicas que permiten llevar a cabo la implementación de sistemas multiagente de forma escalable, dentro del marco de SCODA, pudiendo ser reutilizadas en diversos desarrollos.

  8. Psiconeuroinmunología: Conexiones entre sistema nervioso y sistema inmune

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    García López, Luis Joaquín

    2008-09-01

    Full Text Available La psiconeuroinmunología es una nueva parcela de la ciencia que apenas lleva tres décadas, pero que en los últimos años ha sido objeto de una enorme atención por diversos grupos de investigación. El articulo pretende exponer brevemente cómo están organizados los sistemas inmune y neuroendocrino, para después presentar los hallazgos que hasta el momento intentan dar explicación de las relaciones entre ambos con el sistema nervioso, así como las influencias de unos sobre otros, más concretamente expresar la relación entre los tres sistemas responsables de la defensa del organismo y, más ampliamente, de su mantenimiento homeostático. Cuando se trata de amenazas, el sistema nervioso central tiene que decidir qué sistema se pone en marcha, el sistema de estrés como energía para el ataque o la huida (un animal que nos quiere atacar, el sistema inmune para neutralizar el antígeno (un virus que nos quiere atacar o ambos (la energía es necesaria también para el sistema inmune. Como parece ser que en muchas ocasiones la depresión aparece tras los esfuerzos infructuosos de puesta en marcha de estrategias de afrontamiento, también hemos repasado sucintamente algunas investigaciones que relacionan al sistema inmune con la depresión, así como con los trastornos del sueño. Se finaliza con las aportaciones que la psicología puede ofrecer a nivel terapéutico.

  9. Pregnancy and Medicines

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    Not all medicines are safe to take when you are pregnant. Some medicines can harm your baby. That includes over-the- ... care provider before you start or stop any medicine. Not using medicine that you need may be ...

  10. Buying & Using Medicine Safely

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    ... health professionals to make the best medicine choices, buy safely, and use medicine so it's as safe ... Antibiotics and Antibiotic Resistance Buying Medicines Over the Internet BeSafeRx: Know Your Online Pharmacy Buying Medicine from ...

  11. Complementary and Alternative Medicine

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    ... for Educators Search English Español Complementary and Alternative Medicine KidsHealth / For Teens / Complementary and Alternative Medicine What's ... a replacement. How Is CAM Different From Conventional Medicine? Conventional medicine is based on scientific knowledge of ...

  12. Sistema de realidad aumentada para aplicaciones Android

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    2012-01-01

    El objetivo principal de este proyecto es la creación de un sistema de realidad aumentada para el sistema operativo Android con idea de que sea utilizado para la creación de un videojuego, pero que a su vez sea lo suficientemente versátil como para poder utilizarse en otro tipo de aplicaciones. De este objetivo principal podemos obtener los objetivos secundarios: - Conocer las características que ofrecen los teléfonos móviles y como éstas pueden ser aprovechadas para la crea...

  13. CATEGORIZANDO A LOS USUARIOS DE SISTEMAS DIGITALES.

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    Denise Hernández y Hernández; Alberto Ramírez-Martinell; Daniel Cassany

    2014-01-01

    Repasamos las categorías más utilizadas para aludir a las características de las personas que utilizan algún tipo de sistema digital, ya sea por su grado de participación en la comu- nicación global y en los sistemas web -1.0 o 2.0-; por la actitud que toman ante el contenido digital -consumidores o productores-; por su intermitencia en el mundo digital -residentes o visitantes-; o por el momento histórico en el que nacieron -nativos digitales o inmigrantes digitales-, con el propósito de ref...

  14. Sistema de comunicaciones para una planta fotovoltaica

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    Martín Aragón, José Manuel

    2012-01-01

    Las plantas solares fotovoltaicas, que son cada vez más habituales en nuestra sociedad, necesitan contar con un sistema de comunicaciones que permita la monitorización continua del funcionamiento de los diferentes equipos así como el control remoto de los mismos y la regulación de la producción. En este Proyecto se ha estudiado la estructura eléctrica y constructiva de una planta fotovoltaica genérica, prestando especial atención a los requerimientos que debe reunir el sistema de comunicac...

  15. El Derecho Administrativo del Sistema Comunitario Andino

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    Jorge Enrique Santos Rodríguez

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    Full Text Available Una de las tendencias contemporáneas del Derecho Administrativo es el reconocimiento de su existencia más allá de las fronteras de un Estado. Bajo esa premisa, se busca demostrar que en la Comunidad Andina de Naciones se configuran los elementos suficientes para afirmar que existe un Derecho Administrativo Comunitario Andino, en la medida en que de las normas andinas se desprende la existencia de una función administrativa andina, una organización administrativa al seno del Sistema Andino de Integración, un sistema de fuentes administrativas andina y un contencioso administrativo comunitario.

  16. Desarrollo de un sistema de reconocimiento facial

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    Vivas Imparato, Abdón Alejandro

    2014-01-01

    El objetivo principal alrededor del cual se desenvuelve este proyecto es el desarrollo de un sistema de reconocimiento facial. Entre sus objetivos específicos se encuentran: realizar una primera aproximación sobre las técnicas de reconocimiento facial existentes en la actualidad, elegir una aplicación donde pueda ser útil el reconocimiento facial, diseñar y desarrollar un programa en MATLAB que lleve a cabo la función de reconocimiento facial, y evaluar el funcionamiento del sistema desarroll...

  17. Sistema de control remot per a hivernacles

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    Clar Ayarte, Tomàs

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    En aquest projecte es configura un sistema encastat que interactua amb un conjunt de perifèrics per tal de proporcionar informació de l'entorn d'un hivernacle i connectivitat amb l'usuari a través d'un portal web. En este proyecto se configura un sistema embebido que interactúa con un conjunto de periféricos para proporcionar información del entorno de un invernadero y conectividad con el usuario a través de un portal web. Bachelor thesis for the Telecommunication Technologies program o...

  18. Sistema local de salud de Manizales

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    Gallego Mejía, Jesús Bernardo; Médico Especialista en Gerencia Hospitalaria U. de Antioquia. Docente Universidad de Manizales - Salud Pública Facultad de Medicina

    2006-01-01

    La salud es un resultado de las acciones tomadas en diferentes sectores; el sistema de servicios de salud deben conservar (con actividades de promoción y prevención) y recuperar la salud (con el tratamiento y nrehabilitación). A estos efectos, el sistema debe desarrollar estrategias eficaces para una individual, así como para grupos de personas de todos los niveles. Para una persona existe el PHO (Plan Obligatorio de Salud), y para los grupos hay PAB (Plan de Atención Básica), y hay son tambi...

  19. Sistema de gestión documental

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    Fernández Gómez, Javier

    2015-01-01

    Esta memoria expone la planificación, el análisis, el diseño y el desarrollo de un sistema de gestión documental, en adelante SGD, configurable, es decir, adaptable a un ámbito determinado. El SGD consta de dos grupos de interfaces o funcionalidades claramente diferenciadas: administración y gestión documental. Aquesta memòria exposa la planificació, l'anàlisi, el disseny i el desenvolupament d'un sistema de gestió documental, d'ara endavant SGA, configurable, és a dir, adaptable a un àmbi...

  20. Sistema de Control i Seguiment de Projectes (SCSP)

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    Virgili Llop, Joaquim

    2012-01-01

    Sistema de control i seguiment dels horaris dels consultors i les despeses associades a projectes de consultoria. Sistema de control y seguimiento de los horarios de los consultores y los gastos asociados a proyectos de consultoría.

  1. Nuclear medicine

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    Casier, Ph.; Lepage, B.

    1998-01-01

    Except for dedicated devices for mobile nuclear cardiology for instance, the market is set on variable angulation dual heads cameras. These cameras are suited for all general applications and their cost effectiveness is optimized. Now, all major companies have such a camera in their of products. But, the big question in nuclear medicine is about the future of coincidence imaging for the monitoring of treatments in oncology. Many companies are focused on WIP assessments to find out the right crustal thickness to perform both high energy FDG procedures and low energy Tc procedures, with the same SPECT camera. The classic thickness is 3/8''. Assessments are made with 1/2'', 5/8'' or 3/4'' crystals. If FDG procedures proved to be of great interest in oncology, it may lead to the design of a dedicated SPECT camera with a 1'' crustal. Due to the short half of FDG, it may be the dawning of slip ring technology. (e.g. Varicam from Elscint). The three small heads camera market seems to be depressed. Will the new three large heads camera unveiled by Picker, reverse that trend? The last important topic in nuclear medicine is the emergence of new flat digital detectors to get rid of the old bulky ones. Digirad is the first company to manufacture a commercial product based on that technology. Bichron, Siemens and General Electric are working on that development, too. But that technology is very expensive and the market for digital detection in nuclear medicine is not as large as the market in digital detection in radiology. (author)

  2. Personalized medicine

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    Bendtzen, Klaus

    2013-01-01

    engineered anti-TNF-alpha antibody constructs now constitute one of the heaviest medicinal expenditures in many countries. All currently used TNF antagonists may dramatically lower disease activity and, in some patients, induce remission. Unfortunately, however, not all patients respond favorably, and safety...... of TNF antagonists as this allows therapies tailored according to individual requirements rather than the current universal approach to diagnosis. The objective of the present review is to discuss the reasons for recommending theranostics to implement an individualized use of TNF antagonists...

  3. Mountain medicin

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    Bay, Bjørn; Hjuler, Kasper Fjellhaugen

    2016-01-01

    Travelling to high altitudes is an increasingly popular form of recreational holiday. Individual medical advice may be essential for certain groups of individuals such as patients with chronic disorders, pregnant women or children. This is the second part in a series of two articles on mountain...... medicine. The first part covered high-altitude physiology and medical aspects of objective alpine dangers and the increased exposure to ultraviolet radiation. This part covers altitude sickness, fluid balance, nutrition, and precautions for patients with pre-existing medical conditions, pregnant women...

  4. Deadly medicine.

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    Bachrach, Susan

    2007-01-01

    This article discusses the methods the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum used to make an exhibition on the complex history of Nazi eugenics accessible to the museum's mass public and at the same time, provocative for special audiences consisting of professionals and students from the biomedical fields. Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race showed how both eugenics and related "euthanasia" programs in Nazi Germany helped pave the road to the Holocaust. The exhibition implicitly evoked the present-day appeal of biological explanations for human behavior and of new visions of human perfection. Educational programs used the exhibition as a springboard for discussions of bioethics and medical ethics.

  5. Estabilización robusta de sistemas lineales

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    Horacio Leyva Castellanos

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo se muestra un conjunto de resultados que permiten abordar el problema de la estabilización robusta de una familia de sistemas lineales positivos. Se describen dos nuevas aplicaciones en la teoría de control positivo para sistemas compartimentales y se muestra la aplicación de un teorema de robustez para tales sistemas

  6. Sistema de salud de Argentina The health system of Argentina

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    Mariana Belló

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available En este artículo se describe el sistema de salud de Argentina, que está compuesto por tres sectores: público, de seguridad social y privado. El sector público está integrado por los ministerios nacional y provincial, y la red de hospitales y centros de salud públicos que prestan atención gratuita a toda persona que lo demande, fundamentalmente a personas sin seguridad social y sin capacidad de pago. Se financia con recursos fiscales y recibe pagos ocasionales de parte del sistema de seguridad social cuando atiende a sus afiliados. El sector del seguro social obligatorio está organizado en torno a las Obras Sociales (OS, que aseguran y prestan servicios a los trabajadores y sus familias. La mayoría de las OS operan a través de contratos con prestadores privados y se financian con contribuciones de los trabajadores y patronales. El sector privado está conformado por profesionales de la salud y establecimientos que atienden a demandantes individuales, a los beneficiarios de las OS y de los seguros privados. Este sector también incluye entidades de seguro voluntario llamadas Empresas de Medicina Prepaga que se financian sobre todo con primas que pagan las familias y/o las empresas. En este trabajo también se describen las innovaciones recientes en el sistema de salud, incluyendo el Programa Remediar.This paper describes the health system of Argentina.This system has three sectors: public, social security and private.The public sector includes the national and provincial ministries as well as the network of public hospitals and primary health care units which provide care to the poor and uninsured population. This sector is financed with taxes and payments made by social security beneficiaries that use public health care facilities. The social security sector or Obras Sociales (OS covers all workers of the formal economy and their families. Most OS operate through contracts with private providers and are financed with payroll

  7. Nuclear medicine

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    James, A.E. Jr.; Squire, L.F.

    1977-01-01

    The book presents a number of fundamental imaging principles in nuclear medicine. The fact that low radiation doses are sufficient for the study of normal and changed physiological functions of the body is an important advancement brought about by nuclear medicine. The possibility of quantitative investigations of organs and organ regions and of an assessment of their function as compared to normal values is a fascinating new diagnostic dimension. The possibility of comparing the findings with other pathological findings and of course control in the same patient lead to a dynamic continuity with many research possibilities not even recognized until now. The limits of nuclear scanning methods are presented by the imprecise structural information of the images. When scintiscans are compared with X-ray images or contrast angiography, the great difference in the imaging of anatomical details is clearly seen. But although the present pictures are not optimal, they are a great improvement on the pictures that were considered clinically valuable a few years ago. (orig./AJ) [de

  8. Sistemas territoriales de salud frente al sistema general de seguridad social en salud de Colombia

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    Jahir Alexander Gutiérrez Ossa; Rubén Darío Restrepo Avendaño

    2014-01-01

    Introducción: El artículo expone los elementos y fundamentos que podrían avalar la generación de sistemas de seguridad social en salud territorial, en complementación con el sistema general preexistente. Materiales y Métodos: La eclosión generalizada en los sistemas de salud, implica la revisión de los modelos propuestos de carácter central y territorial. El análisis económico institucional, permite analizar las condiciones que tienen los sistemas generales para impactar en los esquemas terri...

  9. Sombras no Sistema Diédrico

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    Tereno, Maria do Céu

    2011-01-01

    Complilação de material didático sobre o Estudo das sombras no sistema diédrico. Estudo dos métodos de representação. Estudo da intersecção de sólidos. Superfícies de cobertura resultantes da intersecção de sólidos.

  10. ENEA presenta sistema ADS per trattamento scorie

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    2002-01-01

    "Arriva il sistema Ads (Accelerator driven system) per il trattamento dei rifiuti radioattivi. Lo studio di fattibilita' per l' innovativa tecnologia, realizzato da un gruppo di lavoro congiunto Enea, Cea, Cern e Ansaldo, e' stato presentato oggi nel corso di un workshop presieduto dal premio Nobel per la fisica, Carlo Rubbia" (1/2 page).

  11. Elementos del sistema electoral del Congreso Mexicano

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    Aldo Medina García

    2013-08-01

    Full Text Available El presente artículo es un estudio de los componentes del sistema electoral, diseñado por el legislador mexicano para integrar al parlamento federal. Estudio desarrollado a sabiendas de la importancia que reviste el sistema electoral como un medio que permite a los ciudadanos convertir su voto expresado en las urnas en escaños a favor de determinado candidato o partido. En dicho análisis tomamos en cuenta la evolución constitucional del sistema electoral mexicano, la participación de las fuerzas minoritarias en la integración del Senado y de la Cámara de Diputados, la división que se hace del territorio en circunscripciones electorales, la barrera electoral que se fija a los partidos políticos para acceder a la representación en el Parlamento, la fórmula de asignación que se aplica a la votación obtenida, para finalmente concluir que el sistema electoral mexicano es esencialmente mayoritario aun cuando se vista de proporcional.

  12. El Sistema and American Music Education

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    Lesniak, Melissa

    2012-01-01

    The brainchild of Jose Antonio Abreu, El Sistema, a music education program for aspiring orchestra musicians launched in Venezuela for students of limited means and now spreading to other parts of the world, has become a subject of interest to music teachers and teacher educators in North America. This article examines a bit of the program's…

  13. Interpretive Medicine

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    Reeve, Joanne

    2010-01-01

    Patient-centredness is a core value of general practice; it is defined as the interpersonal processes that support the holistic care of individuals. To date, efforts to demonstrate their relationship to patient outcomes have been disappointing, whilst some studies suggest values may be more rhetoric than reality. Contextual issues influence the quality of patient-centred consultations, impacting on outcomes. The legitimate use of knowledge, or evidence, is a defining aspect of modern practice, and has implications for patient-centredness. Based on a critical review of the literature, on my own empirical research, and on reflections from my clinical practice, I critique current models of the use of knowledge in supporting individualised care. Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM), and its implementation within health policy as Scientific Bureaucratic Medicine (SBM), define best evidence in terms of an epistemological emphasis on scientific knowledge over clinical experience. It provides objective knowledge of disease, including quantitative estimates of the certainty of that knowledge. Whilst arguably appropriate for secondary care, involving episodic care of selected populations referred in for specialist diagnosis and treatment of disease, application to general practice can be questioned given the complex, dynamic and uncertain nature of much of the illness that is treated. I propose that general practice is better described by a model of Interpretive Medicine (IM): the critical, thoughtful, professional use of an appropriate range of knowledges in the dynamic, shared exploration and interpretation of individual illness experience, in order to support the creative capacity of individuals in maintaining their daily lives. Whilst the generation of interpreted knowledge is an essential part of daily general practice, the profession does not have an adequate framework by which this activity can be externally judged to have been done well. Drawing on theory related to the

  14. Observadores Distribuidos Garantistas para Sistemas en Red

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    Ramón A. García

    2017-07-01

    Full Text Available Resumen: En este artículo se propone un observador distribuido garantista para sistemas en red, considerando de forma explícita el problema de los retardos variables en las comunicaciones. Se asume que la información intercambiada entre agentes llega siempre a su destino, si bien las comunicaciones están sujetas a retardos variables, cuyo valor máximo se supone conocido. Cada observador trabaja con información parcial, y necesita comunicarse con observadores vecinos para llevar a cabo una estimación del estado completo del sistema. Para representar a los conjuntos garantistas, cuya función es acotar en tiempo real la región en la que se encuentra el estado del sistema, se ha optado por la utilización de zonotopos. Esto permite integrar de forma sencilla la información recibida por cada agente. Finalmente se presentan resultados de simulación para validar el algoritmo propuesto. Abstract: This paper proposes a guaranteed distributed observer for networked systems, taking into account the problem of the variable delays in communications. We assume that the information exchanged among the agents always arrives to its destination, although the communication are subject to variable delays, whose maximum value is known. Each observer works with partial information, and needs to communicate with neighbouring observers to carry out an estimation of the complete state of the system. The guaranteed sets, whose function is to delimit in real time the region in which the state of the system belong to, are represented by zonotopes. This kind of sets allows a simple integration of the information received by each agent. Finally some results obtained with the proposed algorithm are shown in simulations. Palabras clave: Estimación Distribuida, Observadores de Estado, Sistemas con Retardos, Sistemas en red, Zonotopos, Keywords: Distributed Estimation, State Observers, Delays Systems, Networked systems, Zonotopes

  15. Sistemas de Cultivo de la Papa en Antioquia

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    Arango U. Ernesto

    1948-04-01

    Full Text Available Existen tres sistemas de cultivo entre los que se encuentran el sistema de tapado, sistema de destapado y el sistema de cepillado. Es necesario aclarar que la mayor utilidad que se obtiene con el sistema de cepillado sobre el de destapado, no compensa las pérdidas del suelo, puesto que este queda inutilizado por mucho tiempo, siendo necesario abandonarlo por varios años, antes de volver a lograr una cosecha remuneradora. Además se obtienen cosechas de papa demasiado bajas lo que merma considerablemente los rendimientos de la zona.

  16. Marketing medicine.

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    Mellsop, G

    1988-02-10

    Medical etiquette has always discouraged advertising. Indeed, the profession as a whole has tended to view the idea of marketing medicine as at best, a trifle infra dig. Maintenance of this attitude has been helped by an ostrich like approach to the realities of private practice, and to the activities of drug companies, which have contributed significantly to our therapeutic abilities. The moves to corporatise and privatise institutions have raised the level of concern of our New Zealand medical profession. It is not self evident that the marketing concept as currently understood by the business community and by politicians is familiar to the medical profession. There must also be at least a level of suspicion that the business and financial world is insufficiently sensitive to the nuances and complexities of health service delivery. This paper will briefly explore those two viewpoints and consider the feasibility of any attempt to marry them.

  17. Narrativ medicin

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    Hvas, Lotte; Getz, Linn

    2015-01-01

    Dagens allmänmedicin påverkas av ett växande managementtänkandetillsammans med fragmenterande ekonomiska incitament.Vårdens kvaliteter evalueras med nya metoder som ”värdebaseradvård” där värde räknas i kronor och ören. Produktion går före etik,och det intersubjektiva mötet mellan patient och läk...... läkare håller påatt nedvärderas. Perspektiven från narrativ medicin kan bidra tillatt visa vad som står på spel. Vilken blir annars berättelsen omallmänmedicinen?...

  18. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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  19. Research medicine

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    Anon.

    1984-01-01

    In Section I of this annual report, a brief summary of work is presented by the Research Medicine Group. The major emphasis has been the study of the blood system in man with a special emphasis on the examination of platelet abnormalities in human disease. New programs of major importance include the study of aging or dementia of the Alzheimer's type. A differential diagnosis technique has been perfected using positron emission tomography. Studies on the biochemical basis of schizophrenia have proceeded using radioisotope studies which image physiological and biochemical processes. In the investigation of atherosclerosis, techniques have been developed to measure blood perfusion of the heart muscle by labelling platelets and lipoproteins. Progress is reported in a new program which uses NMR for both imaging and spectroscopic studies in humans. The group has determined through an epidemiological study that bubble chamber and cyclotron workers who have been exposed to high electromagnetic fields for two decades have no significant increases in the prevalence of 21 diseases as compared with controls

  20. Sistemas electorales y justicia electoral a debate

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    Dieter Nohlen

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available Despliega conceptos y planteamientos en torno a los sistemas electorales y la justicia electoral. El autor inicia con una descripción estricta de los sistemas electorales para orientar, en una segunda parte, un debate sobre la justicia electoral, que marca dos tendencias: la judicialización de la política y la politización de la administración y la jurisdicción electoral. Concluye que el desarrollo de la justicia electoral en América Latina, en sus múltiples dimensiones, es comprensible sólo con referencia al contexto sociocultural y político de la región

  1. Sistema de seguridad en redes locales utilizando sistemas multiagentes distribuidos. Net-Mass

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    Daniel Horfan Álvarez

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available La seguridad en las redes de datos es uno de los elementos neurálgicos dentro de una organización, ya que requiere de diferentes estrategias de protección para salvaguardar puntos vulnerables, y de la coordinación y distribución de esfuerzos para cercar todas las posibles formas de ataques informáticos. En este artículo se propone un sistema multiagente distribuido como herramienta de protección para redes con diferentes sistemas operativos y susceptibilidad de diversos ataques.El sistema propuesto está conformado por un grupo de agentes autónomos heterogéneos con características particulares en cuanto a sus estrategias de detección de intrusos y protección de los sistemas primordiales de la red, se tiene planeado que estos agentes basen sus decisiones en la aplicación de diferentes técnicas de inteligencia artificial como heurística de sistemas expertos, algoritmos evolutivos y redes neuronales.

  2. Medicines by Design

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    ... Order Search the NIGMS Website Search the NIGMS Website NIGMS Home Research Funding Research Training News & Meetings Science Education About NIGMS NIGMS Home > Science Education > Medicines By Design Medicines By Design Spotlight Nature's Medicine Cabinet A ...

  3. Cough & Cold Medicine Abuse

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    ... Videos for Educators Search English Español Cough & Cold Medicine Abuse KidsHealth / For Teens / Cough & Cold Medicine Abuse ... resfriado Why Do People Use Cough and Cold Medicines to Get High? There's an ingredient in many ...

  4. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... What are the limitations of Children's Nuclear Medicine? What is Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine? Nuclear medicine is ... this time is PET/MRI. top of page What are some common uses of the procedure? Children's ( ...

  5. Taking multiple medicines safely

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    ... medlineplus.gov/ency/patientinstructions/000883.htm Taking multiple medicines safely To use the sharing features on this ... directed. Why You May Need More Than One Medicine You may take more than one medicine to ...

  6. Managing Your Medicines

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    ... Disease Venous Thromboembolism Aortic Aneurysm More Managing Your Medicines Updated:Mar 8,2018 If you have heart ... Weight • Tools & Resources Heart Insight Supplement: Know Your Medicines Keeping track of your medicines can be overwhelming. ...

  7. Cold medicines and children

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    ... page: //medlineplus.gov/ency/patientinstructions/000942.htm Cold medicines and children To use the sharing features on ... children younger than age 4. About OTC Cold Medicines Cold medicines do not cure or shorten a ...

  8. Medicine safety and children

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    ... drain. Also, DO NOT toss medicines in the trash. DO NOT take your medicine in front of ... Accessed January 13, 2017. US Food and Drug Administration. How to dispose of unused medicines. FDA.gov. ...

  9. Depression - stopping your medicines

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    ... this page: //medlineplus.gov/ency/patientinstructions/000570.htm Depression - stopping your medicines To use the sharing features ... prescription medicines you may take to help with depression, anxiety, or pain. Like any medicine, there are ...

  10. Complementary and Integrative Medicine

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    ... medical treatments that are not part of mainstream medicine. When you are using these types of care, it may be called complementary, integrative, or alternative medicine. Complementary medicine is used together with mainstream medical ...

  11. Ideia Filosófica e Sistema

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    João Alberto Wohlfart

    2017-02-01

    Full Text Available O objeto do artigo é desenvolver uma interpretação do parágrafo 15 da Enciclopédia das Ciências Filosóficas na perspectiva da reconstrução da estrutura e do movimento de autoconstrução do sistema filosófico hegeliano. O pequeno parágrafo contém vários indicativos acerca da estrutura global, tais como os movimentos próprios da cada círculo, as relações entre os círculos filosóficos e a relações do círculo dos círculos com as esferas particulares. Como o texto se situa na introdução ao sistema enciclopédico, o propósito é explicitar os componentes sistemáticos do pensamento hegeliano constatados na organização do sistema, nas correlações entre Ciência da Lógica e Filosofia do Real e nas relações globais que o constituem. A espinha dorsal da abordagem será a articulação entre o todo filosófico e as suas respectivas partes a partir de leituras proporcionadas por vários comentaristas.

  12. Sistemas de Control basados en Reset

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    Antonio Barreiro

    2012-10-01

    Full Text Available Resumen: Un sistema de control basado en reset consta de un controlador lineal al que se ha incorporado un mecanismo de reseteo o reinicio a cero del estado. La puesta a cero del estado del controlador (o de alguna de sus coordenadas se aplica sólo cuando se cumple cierta condición. La condición que activa o dispara el reseteo es normalmente el cruce por cero del error de seguimiento. La idea de control reseteado es antigua, se remonta al controlador de J.C. Clegg de 1958 y fue refundada en la década de los 70 por I. Horowitz, quien hizo hincapié en la capacidad de los sistemas reseteados para superar las limitaciones fundamentales que afectan a sistemas lineales con retardos o con polos o ceros en el semiplano derecho. Abandonada temporalmente, la idea fue retomada en la última década, recibiendo un nuevo impulso por parte de diferentes grupos de investigación que aportan avances en el análisis, diseño y aplicación experimental de sistemas reseteados. Este interés se enmarca en el resurgimiento actual de los sistemas híbridos: un sistema reseteado puede interpretarse como un caso particular de sistema híbrido que, a pesar de su simplicidad, permite aliviar las limitaciones fundamentales lineales. El objetivo de este trabajo es exponer, en forma de tutorial, el panorama actual en este campo. Primero se presenta una reseña histórica sobre las tres principales escuelas: la clásica, que condiciona el reseteo al cruce por cero del error; la ligada a sistemas impulsivos, donde el reseteo es de base temporal; y la enmarcada en sistemas híbridos, que usa una condición sectorial. A continuación se presenta un resumen de resultados sobre análisis (relación con limitaciones fundamentales, estabilidad para concluir con una serie de propuestas de diseño orientadas al compensador reseteado PI+CI. Abstract: A reset control system is formed by a linear controller endowed with certain resetting mechanism, that sets to zero the state. This

  13. Ethnoveterinary Medicine: The prospects of integrating medicinal ...

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    Medicinal plants products are part of the natural products that have been in use in traditional medicine and also a source of novel drugs. Therefore, the use of medicinal plant products would be a rational alternative to synthetic drugs. Ethnobotanical surveys carried out in many parts of Kenya have revealed a lot of plants ...

  14. Obstetric medicine

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    L. Balbi

    2013-05-01

    Full Text Available BACKGROUND Obstetric assistance made major advances in the last 20 years: improved surgical technique allows quicker caesarean sections, anaesthesiology procedures such as peripheral anaesthesia and epidural analgesia made safer operative assistance, remarkably reducing perioperative morbidity and mortality, neonatology greatly improved the results of assistance to low birth weight newborns. A new branch of medicine called “obstetric medicine” gained interest and experience after the lessons of distinguished physicians like Michael De Swiet in England. All together these advances are making successful pregnancies that 20 years ago would have been discouraged or even interrupted: that’s what we call high risk pregnancy. High risk of what? Either complications of pregnancy on pre-existing disease or complications of pre-existing disease on pregnancy. Nowadays, mortality in pregnancy has a medical cause in 80% of cases in Western countries (Confidential Enquiry on Maternal Deaths, UK, 2004. DISCUSSION The background is always changing and we have to take in account of: increase of maternal age; widespread use of assisted fertilization techniques for treatment of infertility; social feelings about maternity desire with increasing expectations from medical assistance; immigration of medically “naive” patients who don’t know to have a chronic disease, but apt and ready to conceive; limited knowledge of feasibility of drug use in pregnancy which may induce both patients and doctors to stopping appropriate drug therapy in condition of severe disease. Preconception counseling, planning the pregnancy, wise use of drugs, regular follow-up throughout the pregnancy and, in selected cases, preterm elective termination of pregnancy may result in excellent outcome both for mother and foetus. CONCLUSIONS Highly committed and specifically trained physicians are required to counsel these patients and to plan their treatment before and during pregnancy.

  15. Control system of liquid effluents generated in treatment with I-131

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    Garcia M, T.; Ruiz C, M. A.; Angeles C, A.; Ramirez S, R.

    2015-09-01

    In recent years, nuclear medicine has developed greatly in our country and around the world. Techniques for both medical diagnosis and therapy have increased the use of radiopharmaceuticals, notably the I-131. In Mexico there are around 150 nuclear medicine establishments authorized by the Comision Nacional de Seguridad Nuclear y Salvaguardias. Most of these establishments do not have an appropriate facility for the treatment of radioactive liquid effluents, to ensure compliance with the concentration limits established in the regulations. The Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Nucleares (ININ) developed and implemented successfully, a control system of radioactive effluents (named SACEL) from a nuclear medicine facility. This system ensures an effective compliance with regulations and also better management and control of these radioactive effluents. Calculations and design of SACEL were made with respect to I-131, because is one of the most commonly used in radiotherapy and medical diagnostics, besides its half-life is greater in relation to other radionuclides. SACEL is comprised of four storage tanks and decay and a fifth tank for measuring the concentration of I-131 and later discharge to the drain; these tanks are connected to an automated system that controls the effluents passage. The calculation to determine the volume of the tanks was carried out according to the demand that has the hospital, to the maximum activity being poured in effluents and time required to decay. In this paper the design and installation of SACEL system, in addition to functioning as a facility that enables the Hospital meet the required standards is presented. Dose calculations performed with MCNPX and the methodology used in the calibration of the detection system is also presented. (Author)

  16. Medicines for osteoporosis

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    ... Teriparatide (Forteo); Denosumab (Prolia); Low bone density - medicines; Osteoporosis - medicines ... when: A bone density test shows you have osteoporosis, even if you have not had a fracture ...

  17. Medicines for sleep

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    Benzodiazepines; Sedatives; Hypnotics; Sleeping pills; Insomnia - medicines; Sleep disorder - medicines ... are commonly used to treat allergies. While these sleep aids are not addictive, your body becomes used ...

  18. Control integral systems; Sistemas integrales de control

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    Burgos, Estrella [Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas, Cuernavaca (Mexico)

    1998-12-31

    Almost two third of the electric power generation in Mexico are obtained from hydrocarbons, for that reasons Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE) dedicated special commitment in modernizing the operation of fossil fuel central stations. In attaining this objective the control systems play a fundamental roll, from them depend a good share of the reliability and the efficiency of the electric power generation process, as well as the extension of the equipment useful life. Since 1984 the Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas (IIE) has been working, upon the request of CFE, on the development of digital control systems. To date it has designed and implemented a logic control system for gas burners, which controls 32 burners of the Unit 4 boiler of the Generation Central of Valle de Mexico and two systems for distributed control for two combined cycle central stations, which are: Dos Bocas, Veracruz Combined cycle central, and Gomez Palacio, Durango combined cycle central. With these two developments the IIE enters the World tendency of implementing distributed control systems for the fossil fuel power central update [Espanol] Casi las dos terceras partes de la generacion electrica en Mexico se obtienen a partir de hidrocarburos, es por eso que la Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE) puso especial empeno en modernizar la operacion de las centrales termoelectricas de combustibles fosiles. En el logro de este objetivo los sistemas de control desempenan un papel fundamental, de ellos depende una buena parte la confiabilidad y la eficiencia en el proceso de generacion de energia electrica, asi como la prolongacion de la vida util de los equipos. Desde 1984 el Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas (IIE) ha trabajado, a solicitud de la CFE, en el desarrollo de sistemas digitales de control. A la fecha se han disenado e implantado un sistema de control logico de quemadores de gas, el cual controla 32 quemadores de la caldera de la unidad 4 de la central de generacion

  19. Sistema do sistema = Système du système

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    Badiou, Alain

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Toda filosofia é sistemática, se por “sistema” entendemos a vontade de exibir um pensamento consistente, dando a toda humanidade a medida do que ela é capaz, e impulsionando, assim, os animais humanos a situarem seus atos para além dos limites que ordinariamente eles infligem-se. Porém, há um outro sentido, mais litigioso, da noção de sistema. Não concerne à norma geral da coerência, mas à sua organização discursiva e ao seu desafio explícito

  20. Importancia del manual de los sistemas contables en el sistema de control interno.

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    Nicolás Valdés Rodríguez

    2007-01-01

    La dirección administrativa del país en los últimos 3 años ha insistido en la necesidad de profundizar en los mecanismos de control económico –financiero de las entidades, el presente trabajo va dirigido a contribuir en alguna medida a lograr ese propósito. El sistema contable de una Entidad forma parte indisoluble del Sistema de Control Interno de la misma, por la vinculación tan estrecha que existe entre los mismos. El objetivo fundamental del trabajo ”Importancia del Manual de ...

  1. Del Actual Sistema de Enfermedad a un verdadero Sistema de Salud

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    Lidice Alvarez-Miño

    2018-01-01

    Full Text Available Esta editorial tiene como objetivo generar una reflexión y abrir el debate sobre el sistema actual de salud que se refleja en prácticas naturalizadas  que se contradicen con la esencia del significado de la salud. Se trata de la costumbre de acudir al sistema de salud únicamente cuando se considera que se está enfermo, o peor aún, la equivalencia reduccionista y casi automática del concepto de salud como sinónimo de medicina.

  2. Módulo IV: sistema soporte de predicciones

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    Caliusco, María Laura; Villareal, Pablo; Toffolo, Alejandro; Taverna, María Laura; Chiotti, Omar Juan Alfredo

    1997-01-01

    En este trabajo presentamos una descripción de un subsistema que brinda soporte a la actividad de predicciones. Este subsistema forma parte de un Sistema Soporte de Decisiones globales prototipo en desarrollo en el GIDSATD (Grupo de Investigación y desarrollo de Sistemas de Ayuda a la Toma de Decisiones). En particular, en primer lugar describimos brevemente la base de modelos del sistema, en segundo lugar presentamos un análisis y diseño orientado a objetos del sistema soporte de prediccione...

  3. Caos en sistemas clásico-cuánticos

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    Dirani, L. D.; Núñez, J. A.

    Una de las formas de estudiar la existencia de caos en el comportamiento de un sistema clásico-cuántico, es truncando el espacio de Hilbert del sistema cuántico. El objetivo de este trabajo es analizar como afecta dicho truncamiento en la dinámica del sistema. Para tal fin se propone un Hamiltoniano integrable, cuyos valores de expectación asociados a coordenadas y momentos cuánticos responden, por el teorema de Ehrenfest, a un sistema de dos osciladores clásicos con acoplamiento lineal.

  4. Radionuclides used in nuclear medicine ({sup 131}I, {sup 99m}Tc e {sup 99}Tc) in sewage system and in the marine environment of Rio de Janeiro city, RJ, Brazil; Radionuclideos usados em medicina nuclear ({sup 131}I, {sup 99m}Tc e {sup 99}Tc) no sistema de esgoto e no ambiente marinho da cidade do Rio de Janeiro, RJ

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    Sousa, Daniele Santos de

    2014-08-01

    The nuclear medicine is a specialty that uses radioisotopes for diagnostic or therapeutic purpose. In Brazil there are around 340 Nuclear Medicine Services (NMS), 27 of them, are located in the city of Rio de Janeiro. The most widely used radionuclides in the country are {sup 131}I and {sup 99m}Tc. The radionuclide {sup 99m}Tc decays to {sup 99}Tc, which is a beta emitter with a long half-life (10{sup 5} years). The aim of this study is to perform a survey to estimate the {sup 131}I and {sup 99}Tc discharged levels at the Canal do Cunha, the main pathways for environmental dispersion and evaluate the radiological impact to non-human biota and to the populations exposed to these radionuclides. The Alegria Station receives sewage from most clinics of Rio de Janeiro mid was therefore chosen as a study case. The station receives approximately 4.50 x 10{sup 5} Bq/year of {sup 99}Tc e 7.12 x 10{sup 12} Bq/year of {sup 131}I. After passing through all stages of treatment, the effluent is discharged into the Canal do Cunha and flows into the Guanabara Bay. To assess the radiological impact of these radionuclide discharges, a comparative study was made considering three computational models: the CROM, which is based on a model of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the PC-CREAM, widely used by the European Union and the GENII, which is the most widely used model in the United States. Two exposure scenarios were considered: 1 - people that bathe directly in the discharge of the effluent; 2 - community living 1200 meters from the discharge point, bathing in the river and consuming local fish. Concentration and doses values for the scenarios according to the applicability of each computer code were estimated. The dose values at the discharge point were 7.47 x 10{sup -6}mSv for {sup 131}I and 2.87 x 10{sup -14} mSv for {sup 99}Tc, while for scenario II the value of the total dose was approximately 10{sup -1} mSv/year for {sup 131}I and 10{sup -10} mSv/year for {sup

  5. Approach to a system of removal of {sup 131}I of liquid discharges in a health unit of nuclear medicine using {sup 127}I as a reference standard; Planteamiento de un sistema de remocion de {sup 131}I de vertimientos liquidos en una unidad sanitaria de medicina nuclear empleando {sup 127}I como patron de referencia

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    Cruz, Emeterio; Mayorga, Manuel A., E-mail: ecruzs@ecci.edu.co, E-mail: mmayorgab@ecci.edu.co [Escuela Colombiana de Carreras Industriales (ECCI), Grupo de Investigacion INDETECA (ECCI), Bogota (Colombia); Quiverio, Noelia M.; Villada, Julian D., E-mail: noelia.quiverio@estudiantes.uamerica.edu.co, E-mail: julian.villada@estudiantes.uamerica.edu.co [Fundacion Universidad de America, Grupo de Investigacion INDETECA (ECCI), Bogota (Colombia)

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    The {sup 131}I prepared as potassium iodide (KI) or sodium iodide (NaI) is given to patients to treat some diseases related to the thyroid gland, in doses of 15 to 30 mCi for hyperthyroidism and 100 to 300 mCi in treatments of thyroid cancer. Up to 80% of the administered activity is discarded by the patient through the body fluids over a period of 24 h; these radioactive waste must be controlled and accordingly the different countries based on radiological impact studies establishing maximum release rates. In Colombia, the Resolution 180005 2010 establishes 1000 Bq/day (2.7027x10{sup -5} Ci /day), 10000 Bq/month (2.7027x10{sup -4} mCi/month) or 100000 Bq/year (2.7027x10{sup -3} mCi/year), this restriction requires implementing waste management methods generated by patients before discharge to the sewage networks. The method of retention of these wastes through tanks, without any treatment generates a high potential risk, therefore, this study shows three alternatives to remove the {sup 131}I in the amount of waste liquids, to generate a small solid residue in secure containers, allowing pouring fluids with radioactive traces without exceeding the limits. The sizing of the system applicable to nuclear medicine services depends on the workload of the service and combines the three methods described here by a control system, which does not require the direct intervention of staff, optimizing safety and radiation protection in the service. (author)

  6. TRADITIONAL CHINESE HERBAL MEDICINE

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    ZHU, YP; WOERDENBAG, HJ

    1995-01-01

    Herbal medicine, acupuncture and moxibustion, and massage and the three major constituent parts of traditional Chinese medicine. Although acupuncture is well known in many Western countries, Chinese herbal medicine, the mos important part of traditional Chinese medicine, is less well known in the

  7. Integrative Medicine in Preventive Medicine Education

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    Jani, Asim A.; Trask, Jennifer; Ali, Ather

    2016-01-01

    During 2012, the USDHHS’s Health Resources and Services Administration funded 12 accredited preventive medicine residencies to incorporate an evidence-based integrative medicine curriculum into their training programs. It also funded a national coordinating center at the American College of Preventive Medicine, known as the Integrative Medicine in Preventive Medicine Education (IMPriME) Center, to provide technical assistance to the 12 grantees. To help with this task, the IMPriME Center established a multidisciplinary steering committee, versed in integrative medicine, whose primary aim was to develop integrative medicine core competencies for incorporation into preventive medicine graduate medical education training. The competency development process was informed by central integrative medicine definitions and principles, preventive medicine’s dual role in clinical and population-based prevention, and the burgeoning evidence base of integrative medicine. The steering committee considered an interdisciplinary integrative medicine contextual framework guided by several themes related to workforce development and population health. A list of nine competencies, mapped to the six general domains of competence approved by the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education, was operationalized through an iterative exercise with the 12 grantees in a process that included mapping each site’s competency and curriculum products to the core competencies. The competencies, along with central curricular components informed by grantees’ work presented elsewhere in this supplement, are outlined as a roadmap for residency programs aiming to incorporate integrative medicine content into their curricula. This set of competencies adds to the larger efforts of the IMPriME initiative to facilitate and enhance further curriculum development and implementation by not only the current grantees but other stakeholders in graduate medical education around integrative medicine

  8. Personalized laboratory medicine

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    Pazzagli, M.; Malentacchi, F.; Mancini, I.

    2015-01-01

    Developments in "omics" are creating a paradigm shift in Laboratory Medicine leading to Personalised Medicine. This allows the increasing in diagnostics and therapeutics focused on individuals rather than populations. In order to investigate whether Laboratory Medicine is able to implement new...... diagnostic tools and expertise and commands proper state-of-the-art knowledge about Personalized Medicine and Laboratory Medicine in Europe, the joint Working Group "Personalized Laboratory Medicine" of the EFLM and ESPT societies compiled and conducted the Questionnaire "Is Laboratory Medicine ready...... for the era of Personalized Medicine?". 48 laboratories from 18 European countries participated at this survey. The answers of the participating Laboratory Medicine professionals indicate that they are aware that Personalized Medicine can represent a new and promising health model. Whereas they are aware...

  9. Sistemas de labranza para suelos salinos

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    Hervé, Dominique; Mita, V.; Paz, B.

    2001-01-01

    Mejorar los sistemas de labranza para cultivar suelos salinos es un reto para el sur del Altiplano boliviano. Se comparo durante dos anos (1994-95 y 1995-96) el surcado en faja con discos, practicado por los campesinos de la provincia Villarroel, y el subsolado a 50 cm de profundidad solo o combinado con el surcado. Se buscaba asi romper la costra en suelos muy arcillosos y llevar las sales a mayor profundiad que los horizontes colonizados por las raices de los cultivos de quinua (raiz pivota...

  10. El Derecho Administrativo del Sistema Comunitario Andino

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    Jorge Enrique Santos Rodríguez

    2013-01-01

    Una de las tendencias contemporáneas del Derecho Administrativo es el reconocimiento de su existencia más allá de las fronteras de un Estado. Bajo esa premisa, se busca demostrar que en la Comunidad Andina de Naciones se configuran los elementos suficientes para afirmar que existe un Derecho Administrativo Comunitario Andino, en la medida en que de las normas andinas se desprende la existencia de una función administrativa andina, una organización administrativa al seno del Sistema Andino de ...

  11. DIAGNOSTICO DE INFLUENCIA EN SISTEMAS ECONOMETRICOS COINTEGRADOS

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    TORRES TRUJILLO; MARCELO; TORRES TRUJILLO; MARCELO

    2011-01-01

    El presente trabajo desarrolla la técnica de diagnóstico de influencia local en modelos de corrección de errores (MCE) de sistemas econométricos cointegrados con el fin evaluar la sensibilidad de observaciones potencialmente influyentes sobre las estimaciones de verosimilitud máxima o inferencias hechas sobre el modelo: perturbando el parámetro de escala el cual conectamos con la técnica de diagnóstico de eliminación de casos y que nos permite evaluar analíticamente el supuesto de homoceda...

  12. MALWARE EN EL SISTEMA OPERATIVO ANDROID

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    Sánchez Araña, Kevin Manuel

    2018-01-01

    Este trabajo fin de máster expone el estudio del malware para dispositivos móviles bajo el sistema operativo Android. En concreto, se analizan en profundidad los Troyanos de Acceso Remoto (RAT) ya que son uno de los malware más utilizados por los cibercriminales en la actualidad sobre este tipo de plataformas. Además, la principal finalidad de este proyecto es examinar un caso real de malware RAT para dispositivos móviles Android con el objetivo de conocer su proceso de instalación, configura...

  13. El Sistema de patentes en Colombia

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    Rafael Viana Barceló

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available En este documento se realiza un análisis económico del Sistema de Patentes de Colombia. Para ello, se establece el efecto que tienen las patentes concedidas a los inventores foráneos sobre la Inversión Extranjera Directa y el Producto Interno Bruto Nacional, a través de la técnica de regresión de data panel. De igual manera, se identifican los sectores económicos que registran mayores tasas de innovación por parte de los inventores nacionales y extranjeros. Se muestra que el sistema nacional de propiedad intelectual tiene un grado de fortaleza acorde con el resto de países latinoamericanos; para ello, se construye un índice de grado de fortalecimiento de sistema de patente nacional que luego será comparado con el de otros países latinos.Palabras Clave: Sistema de Patentes; Derechos de Propiedad Intelectual; Inversión Directa extranjera; Producto Interno Bruto e innovación tecnológica. The system of patents in ColombiaAbstractIn this document an economic analysis of the System of Patents of Colombia is made. For it, the effect that has the patents granted to the foreign inventors on the Direct Foreign Investment and the Internal Product Gross National, through the technique of regression of data settles down panel. Of equal way, the economic sectors are identified that register greater rates of innovation on the part of the national and foreign inventors.Sample that the national system of intellectual property has a degree of agreed strength with the rest of Latin American countries; for it, an index of degree of fortification of system of national patent is constructed that soon will be compared with the one of other Latin countries.Keywords: System Patent; Rights of Intellectual Property; Foreign Direct Investment; Gross Domestic Product and Technology Innovation.

  14. Modelo de requisitos para sistemas embebidos

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    González Palacio, Liliana; Urrego Giraldo, Germán

    2008-01-01

    En este artículo se presenta un modelo de requisitos como apoyo para la construcción de sistemas embebidos. En la actualidad, las metodologías de Ingeniería de Requisitos propuestas para este dominio no establecen continuidad en su proceso de desarrollo, ya que poseen una fuerte orientación a la etapa de diseño y un énfasis más débil en la etapa de análisis. Además, dichas metodologías ofrecen pautas para tratar los requisitos luego de que han sido obtenidos, pero no proponen herramient...

  15. Importancia del manual de los sistemas contables en el sistema de control interno.

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    Nicolás Valdés Rodríguez

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available La dirección administrativa del país en los últimos 3 años ha insistido en la necesidad de profundizar en los mecanismos de control económico –financiero de las entidades, el presente trabajo va dirigido a contribuir en alguna medida a lograr ese propósito. El sistema contable de una Entidad forma parte indisoluble del Sistema de Control Interno de la misma, por la vinculación tan estrecha que existe entre los mismos. El objetivo fundamental del trabajo ”Importancia del Manual de los Sistemas Contables en el Sistema de Control Interno”, es destacar la utilidad práctica, técnica y organizativa que tiene el Manual para elevar la eficiencia del trabajo contable de las Entidades y su repercusión positiva en la eficiencia el sistema de Control Interno establecido. Los beneficios que aporta el Manual radican en que crea una base normativa contable adecuada a las características de cada entidad. Como se sabe en las transformaciones económicas realizadas en el país, la existencia de dos monedas en el trabajo económico-contable de muchas entidades, la puntualización del objeto social y la cartera de productos y servicios han complejizado el trabajo contable, requiriendo una mayor adecuación a las características propias de cada entidad, lo cual se logra con la realización del Manual.

  16. DOS SISTEMAS AMBIENTAIS AO SISTEMA FLUVIAL – UMA REVISÃO DE CONCEITOS

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    Jonas Otaviano Praça de Souza

    2013-10-01

    Full Text Available Tentando consolidar as noções de totalidade, a geografia física passa a utilizar a noção de sistemas dinâmicos, não lineares e de comportamento caótico. Deste modo, a abordagem sistêmica/complexa apresenta-se como meio de compreensão do mundo natural, assim possibilitando a previsão de mudanças, avaliação dos sistemas ambientais, distúrbios e limiares do sistema. Nota-se, assim, a importância dos estudos processuais para o gerenciamento de recursos hídricos, tornando imprescindíveis estudos sistêmicos que analisem os diversos elementos importantes para a análise dos recursos hídricos, dentre eles as questões processuais. Deste modo, a necessidade de se trabalhar o gerenciamento integrado de recursos hídricos, enquadrado na perspectiva sistêmica, solidificou a bacia hidrográfica e/ou bacia de drenagem como recorte espacial sistêmico. Delimitada a área pode-se compreender a bacia hidrográfica como um Sistema Fluvial, conceituado por Schumm (1977, que é analisado a partir da zona fonte de sedimentos, da rede de transporte e dos sítios de deposição. Esses elementos não são espacialmente excludentes, interagindo entre si, além de apresentar escalas diferenciadas. Para o estudo do sistema fluvial é necessário levar em consideração quatro conceitos: uniformidade dos processos, limiares de mudança, evolução da paisagem e respostas complexas.

  17. Viviendas de bajo costo sistema SALVY

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    Suárez Ibarra, Salvador

    1984-06-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this work is to offer an alternative for solving the current problem of housing, through a building system which has been developed and tested in our country — the SAL VY SYSTEM. It is directed towards solving the problem of low-cost housing with own technology, enabling these houses to be built quickly, using materials which are not traditional in building, but are abundant in our country. The house presented by us allows the user to extend its height according to his needs and financial possibilities, keeping the free area of the plot for so-called kitchen gardens.Este trabajo tiene como objetivo presentar una alternativa para la solución del problema actual de la vivienda, a través de un sistema constructivo desarrollado y experimentado en nuestro país —SISTEMA SALVY, dirigido a solucionar el problema de la vivienda de bajo costo, con una tecnología propia que permite la construcción de estas viviendas de una manera rápida, utilizando materiales no tradicionales en construcción, pero abundantes en nuestro país. La vivienda que presentamos permite al usuario ampliarla en altura, de acuerdo a sus necesidades y posibilidades económicas, manteniendo el área libre de la parcela para los denominados huertos del hogar.

  18. SISTEMA DE ESGOTO DOMÉSTICO

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    Thais Viviane Coimbra

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    Full Text Available Há muito tempo a população sofre pela carência de programas de saneamento básico,o que acaba causando cada vez mais problemas para a população e para o meio ambiente, pois os efluentes acabam sendo despejados em corpos receptores. Sendo assim, uma solução seria desenvolver alternativas que auxilie no tratamento do esgoto, e que ainda satisfaça as necessidades da população. Portanto, a implantação de um sistema de tratamento de esgoto doméstico seria a alternativa ideal, pois garante um baixo custo de construção e uma excelente eficiência, minimizando assim grande parte dos problemas. Desse modo, com o  dimensionamento de um sistema composto por Fossa Séptica e Sumidouro para uma residência de pequeno porte é possível descrever suas funções e como é realizado o projeto através da norma NBR 7229/1993. Esse tipo de tratamento resultará em uma melhor qualidade dos recursos hídricos  e a qualidade de vida da população.

  19. Realidad de los sistemas de gestión ambiental

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    Sandra Constanza Escobar Cárdenas

    2009-07-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo presenta un análisis sobre la posibilidad de integrar los diferentes sistemas de gestión y la importancia que tiene los sistemas de gestión ambiental para el mejoramiento de las organizaciones. Luego de analizar comparativamente los modelos existentes, la autora presenta algunas recomendaciones de implementación.

  20. Sistemas diferenciales-algebraicos: aplicaciones a perturbación singular y control

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    Etchechoury, María del Rosario

    2001-01-01

    Los Sistemas Diferenciales Algebraicos (SDA) son también conocidos como sistemas singulares, implícitos, descriptores o sistemas generalizados. Surgen naturalmente como modelos dinámicos de aplicaciones de la ingeniería (tales como redes de circuitos eléctricos [1], sistemas de potencia [2], sistemas mecánicos con restricciones [3], ingeniería aeroespacial [4] y procesos químicos [5]); se utilizan también para modelar sistemas sociales, sistemas económicos, sistemas biológicos; etc. En ...

  1. El complejo mayor de histocompatibilidad humano: sistema HLA

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    Luis Fernando García

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    El complejo mayor de histocompatibilidad humano, o sistema HLA, está localizado en el brazo corto del cromosoma 6. Sus genes codifican tres tipos de moléculas. Los antígenos clase I (HLA-A, B, C y E están formados por una cadena pesada unida no covalentemente a la β2-microglobulina y se expresan en la superficie de la mayoría de las células nucleadas del organismo. Estos antígenos actúan como elementos de restricción en la activación de los linfocitos T CD8+. Los antígenos clase II son dímeros compuestos por cadenas α y β y su distribución tisular está limitada sólo a algunos tipos de células. Estas moléculas actúan restringiendo la presentación de antígenos a los linfocitos CD4+. Los antígenos de clase III son proteínas plasmáticas del sistema del complemento. Los diferentes loci del sistema HLA son muy polimórficos y sus productos se heredan en bloques conocidos como haplotipos. Debido a que los diferentes grupos étnicos presentan variaciones en la frecuencia de ale ios y haplotipos, el HLA ha sido muy útil en los estudios antropogenéticos. Algunos antígenos HLA están presentes en pacientes con determinadas enfermedades con una frecuencia significativamente diferente a la encontrada en la población general. Estos hallazgos han sido de gran importancia para comprender la patogénesis y los mecanismos genéticos de resistencia o susceptibilidad a dichas enfermedades. En el campo de los transplantes de órganos, la compatibilidad HLA donante-receptor correlaciona con la sobrevida del injerto. El sistema HLA también parece tener mucha importancia en los fenómenos inmunológicos que ocurren durante el

  2. Evolución estelar en sistemas binarios

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    De Vito, M. A.; Benvenuto, O.

    Definición y clasificación de sistemas binarios; descripción del comportamiento del sistema frente a la variación de su masa; binarias de rayos X; transferencia de masa en sistemas binarios masivos aplicado al posible esclarecimiento del progenitor azul de la supernova SN 1987A; comentario acerca de la evolución de enanas blancas de helio de baja masa y su conexión con los sistemas binarios; reseña del trabajo de Kippenhahn y Weigert sobre el cual está basado el código evolutivo desarrollado en la FCAG por el Dr. Benvenuto y sobre el cual se trabajará para poder incluir la evolución de una estrella con pérdida de masa perteneciente a un sistema binario.

  3. Control óptimo y robusto H∞ de sistemas no lineales aplicaciones a sistemas electromecánicos

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    Vivas Venegas, Carlos

    2004-01-01

    La teoría de control automático ha experimentado un notable desarrollo en los últimos tiempos especialmente en el campo de los sistemas no lineales. Son aportaciones relativamente recientes los paradigmas de control basados en pasividad, teoría de sistema

  4. Linear concentration system; Sistema de concentracion lineal

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    Gonzalez Lugo, J.I; Leon Rovira, N; Aguayo Tellez, H [Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon (Mexico)]. E-mails: a00812662@itesm.mx; noel.leon@itesm.mx; haguayo@itesm.mx

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    Solar linear concentration technologies to generate high temperatures are limited to the ranges of 200 to 500 degrees Celsius. While its performance has been tested through prototypes and pilot plants around the world, there are still areas of opportunity that can be exploited to obtain a linear concentration that achieves temperatures above this range in order to have a better use of the available solar energy. Because of this: It is possible to develop a linear concentration system that can track the sun with minimal movement of the absorber-receiver while maintaining temperatures above 850 degrees Celsius sufficient for industrial processes that require that temperature. The methodology consists of a series of stages (conceptual design, simulation, evaluation, development concept, results and validation) through which concepts are generated that allow design and evaluation of solar concentrator configurations with the help of simulation software. We have designed a linear parabolic concentrating system which comprises a set of mirrors segments with different focal lengths that works within the range of 600 degrees Celsius; however, it is advancing in the development of a double concentration to reach 850 degrees Celsius. [Spanish] Las tecnologias de concentracion lineal solar para generar altas temperaturas se ven limitadas a los rangos de 200 a 500 grados centigrados. Si bien su funcionamiento ha sido probado a traves de prototipos y plantas piloto alrededor del mundo, aun existen areas de oportunidad que pueden ser aprovechadas para obtener un sistema de concentracion lineal que permita alcanzar temperaturas mayores a este rango para asi tener un mejor aprovechamiento de la energia solar disponible. Debido a esto: Es posible desarrollar un sistema de concentracion lineal capaz de seguir la trayectoria del Sol con minimo movimiento del absorbedor-recibidor al mismo tiempo que mantiene temperaturas superiores a los 850 grados centigrados suficientes para

  5. Sports Medicine Today

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    Ryan, Allan J.

    1978-01-01

    Includes a general discussion of sports medicine including exercise and conditioning techniques, prevention of illness and injury, treatment of and rehabilitation after sports injury, and the future of sports medicine. (BB)

  6. Giving Medicine to Children

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    ... Products For Consumers Home For Consumers Consumer Updates Articulos en Espanol Giving Medicine to Children Share Tweet ... right medicine and the right amount More in Articulos en Espanol Alimentos y Bebidas Cosméticos Dispositivos ...

  7. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... Videos About Us News Physician Resources Professions Site Index A-Z Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine Children’s (pediatric) ... molecular information. In many centers, nuclear medicine images can be superimposed with computed tomography (CT) or magnetic ...

  8. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... nuclear medicine procedures are able to pinpoint molecular activity within the body, they offer the potential to ... otherwise, your child may resume his/her normal activities after the nuclear medicine scan. If the child ...

  9. National Farm Medicine Center

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    ... ROPS Rebate Skin Cancer Screening Zika Virus National Farm Medicine Center The National Farm Medicine Center was established in 1981 in response to occupational health problems seen in farm patients coming to Marshfield Clinic. The center continues ...

  10. Cold and Cough Medicines

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    ... What can you do for your cold or cough symptoms? Besides drinking lots of fluids and getting ... medicines. There are lots of different cold and cough medicines, and they do different things. Nasal decongestants - ...

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    ... few years. But today, there are many effective medicines to fight the infection, and people with HIV ... healthier lives. There are five major types of medicines: Reverse transcriptase (RT) inhibitors - interfere with a critical ...

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  2. Herbal Medicine - Multiple Languages

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  7. Talento emprendedor, inteligencia, creatividad y sistema educativo

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    Mariano Gutiérrez Tapias

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available En este artículo, pretendemos realizar un sencillo análisis de términos relacionados con el talento, el emprendimiento y la creatividad por entender que dichos conceptos deben estar presentes en aquellas sociedades que pretenden seguir creciendo en lo cultural, en lo social y en lo económico. Ya decía Einstein que es muy difícil encontrar niños que sigan siendo creativos al terminar la escuela. Este reto debe afrontarlo el sistema educativo si quiere ser de utilidad a la sociedad, favorecer personas críticas y creativas, con pensamientos divergentes, capaces de aprender y desaprender, de reinventarse varias veces a lo largo de su vida.

  8. More about ... Emergency medicine

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    11. More about ... Emergency medicine. Poisonous plants. Andreas Engelbrecht, MB ChB,. FCEM, MMed (Fam Med), Dip PEC,. DA, DTM&H. Adjunct Professor and Head, Division of. Emergency Medicine, Department of Family. Medicine, University of Pretoria and Steve Biko. Academic Hospital. A M Cilliers, MB ChB, DOH.

  9. Performing Narrative Medicine

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    Langellier, Kristin M.

    2009-01-01

    In this article, the author weaves narrative medicine and performance together to consider what might it mean to call narrative medicine a performance. To name narrative medicine as performance is to recognize the texts and bodies, the stories and selves, that participate in its practice--patients' and physicians' embodied stories as well as the…

  10. Annals of African Medicine

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    The Annals of African Medicine is published by the Usmanu Danfodiyo University Teaching Hospital, Sokoto, Nigeria and the Annals of African Medicine Society. The Journal is intended to serve as a medium for the publication of research findings in the broad field of Medicine in Africa and other developing countries, and ...

  11. Is Marijuana Medicine?

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    ... Home » Publications » DrugFacts » Marijuana as Medicine Marijuana as Medicine Email Facebook Twitter Revised May 2018 What is ... isn’t the marijuana plant an FDA-approved medicine? The FDA requires carefully conducted studies (clinical trials) ...

  12. LA INGENIERÍA DE SISTEMAS Y SU EVOLUCIÓN HACIA LA ARQUITECTURA DE SISTEMAS

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    EDGAR SERNA MONTOYA

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available Muchas de las empresas modernas entendieron que sus antiguas unidades de sistemas ya no son funcionales, y comienzan a subdividirlas en dos grupos de trabajo diferenciadores: el encargado de la infraestructura y el de los denominados “arquitectos de Sistemas”. Esta decisión lógica la inspira la actual evolución de la Ingeniería de Sistemas que, como área de conocimiento, genera los mismos subgrupos como agentes para formación. Además, la evolución y complejidad de lossistemas de información en medio de la sociedad del conocimiento, con exigencias y expectativas muy complejas, también determinan la necesidad de esta especialización. En este documento, una traducción casi literal de un white paper que publicó la empresa Quidnunc -www.quidnunc.com consultado en abril del año 2000- especializada en gestión de configuración, se detalla la importancia de esta división y las pautas a seguir a la hora de diseñar la arquitectura de sistemas de una empresa

  13. Defesa dos direitos humanos: sistemas regionais

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    Hélio Bicudo

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    Full Text Available O texto discorre sobre a institucionalização dos sistemas de promoção dos Direitos Humanos, ao longo do século XX. Tomando a Declaração Universal dos Direitos do Homem, de 1948, como base e ponto de partida, o articulista aborda as três principais vertentes dos sistemas de promoção desses direitos: a européia, a americana e a africana. A evolução de cada uma delas descrita analógica e epistemologicamente, de forma a salientar singularidades sem perder de vista as influências recíprocas ou mesmo as determinantes próprias do contexto espaço-social. Para finalizar, o articulista destaca a importância do Tribunal Penal Internacional no estabelecimento de uma justiça ecumênica. Concomitantemente, alerta para o perigo contido na ameaça de os EUA não o ratificarem.The text underlines the institutional character acquired by the main systems to promote Human Rights in the twentieth century. Taking the Universal Human Rigths Declaration, of 1948, as the basis for analysis, the author brings up three different approaches to promote these rights: the European, the American and the African. The evolution of each of them is described using its procedure as a basic reference. Besides, an analogical analysis, brings to the fore singularities, without ignoring reciprocal influences dictated by particular contexts, though. The author stresses the importance of the International Penal Court, as a means to establish ecumenical justice. At the same time, he reminds the reader of the risks implicit in the possible non-ratification of the IPC by United States.

  14. Transitorios electromecánicos en sistemas de potencia industriales

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    Héctor M. Sánchez García

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Los estudios de estabilidad transitoria o transitorios electromecánicos son frecuentemente ignorados en el ámbito de los sistemas eléctricos de potencia industriales, a pesar de que la información obtenida a partir de dichos estudios resulta fundamental para entender el comportamiento dinámico de sistemas eléctricos de potencia de cualquier tipo, así como para identificar la necesidad de acciones correctivas y evaluar su efectividad sobre la seguridad operativa del sistema eléctrico. En este artículo se analiza el comportamiento dinámico de un sistema de potencia industrial con generación propia, interconectado a la red pública del sistema de transmisión, al ocurrir una falla en el transformador de interconexión entre ambos sistemas. El análisis reportado en el presente trabajo resultó ser una parte fundamental para entender el porqué de la actuación de las protecciones de baja y alta frecuencia de los generadores y en consecuencia el colapso total del sistema industrial.

  15. Mind-Body Medicine Practices in Complementary and Alternative Medicine

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    ... Fact Sheets Home > Mind-Body Medicine Practices in Complementary and Alternative Medicine Small Text Medium Text Large Text Mind-Body Medicine Practices in Complementary and Alternative Medicine YESTERDAY The concept that the mind is important ...

  16. Nuclear medicine physics

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    De Lima, Joao Jose

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    Edited by a renowned international expert in the field, Nuclear Medicine Physics offers an up-to-date, state-of-the-art account of the physics behind the theoretical foundation and applications of nuclear medicine. It covers important physical aspects of the methods and instruments involved in modern nuclear medicine, along with related biological topics. The book first discusses the physics of and machines for producing radioisotopes suitable for use in conventional nuclear medicine and PET. After focusing on positron physics and the applications of positrons in medicine and biology, it descr

  17. Transitorios electromecánicos en sistemas de potencia industriales

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    Héctor M. Sánchez García; Jorge G. Calderón-Guizar

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    Los estudios de estabilidad transitoria o transitorios electromecánicos son frecuentemente ignorados en el ámbito de los sistemas eléctricos de potencia industriales, a pesar de que la información obtenida a partir de dichos estudios resulta fundamental para entender el comportamiento dinámico de sistemas eléctricos de potencia de cualquier tipo, así como para identificar la necesidad de acciones correctivas y evaluar su efectividad sobre la seguridad operativa del sistema eléctrico. En este ...

  18. Sistema de geração fotovoltaico multifuncional

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    Brandão, Danilo Iglesias [UNESP

    2013-01-01

    O objetivo deste trabalho foi desenvolver um sistema de geração fotovoltaico híbrido, ou seja, capaz de funcionar tanto interligado à rede elétrica como desconectado (ilhado) desta. Quanto ilhado, este sistema fornece potência e uma tensão senoidal para a carga, desde que haja energia solar nos módulos fotovoltaicos e/ou energia armazenada no banco de baterias. Quando conectado, o sistema de geração fotovoltaico é capaz de fornecer potência ativa para a carga e/ou rede elétrica e, simultaneam...

  19. Sistema de salud de Chile The health system of Chile

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    Víctor Becerril-Montekio; Juan de Dios Reyes; Annick Manuel

    2011-01-01

    En este trabajo se describe el sistema de salud de Chile, incluyendo su estructura, financiamiento, beneficiarios y recursos físicos, materiales y humanos de los que dispone. Este sistema está compuesto por dos sectores, público y privado. El sector público está formado por todos los organismos que constituyen el Sistema Nacional de Servicios de Salud y cubre aproximadamente a 70% de la población, incluyendo a los pobres del campo y las ciudades, la clase media baja y los jubilados, así como ...

  20. Plataforma para el desarrollo de sensores inteligentes y sistemas microprocesadores

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    Cortés, Francisco; Gallardo Vázquez, Sergio; Barrero, Federico; Toral, S. L.

    2006-01-01

    En un esfuerzo por acercar a los alumnos el diseño y desarrollo de sensores inteligentes y sistemas microprocesadores actuales, el Departamento de Ingeniería Electrónica ha desarrollado un prototipo de sistema domótico, articulado en torno a un bus CAN, con el que se pretende hacer ver a los alumnos la importancia y las posibilidades que ofrecen estos sistemas estrechamente ligados a la instrumentación. Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia (TSI2005-24 068-E).

  1. SINTESIS Y CARACTERIZACION DE SISTEMAS SUPRAMOLECULARES DECORADOS CON NANOPARTICULAS METALICAS

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    HERRERA IBARRA, BARBARA ANDREA

    2013-01-01

    Esta tesis tiene como objetivo principal aportar al conocimiento de la Química Supramolecular y de la Nanoquímica considerando la síntesis y caracterización de sistemas supramoleculares, funcionalización de nanopartículas (NPs), nanodecoración de cristales supramoleculares y su evaluación sobre los efectos de los mismos en la viabilidad celular. La promoción de estos sistemas básicos para la creación de sistemas útiles en aplicaciones biomédicas, es del interés de esta tesis. ...

  2. Protección de sistemas eléctricos

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    Ramírez Castaño, Samuel

    2003-01-01

    Un sistema de suministro y transporte de Energía Eléctrica debe cumplir con varios requisitos indispensables para prestar un servicio con niveles altos de calidad y seguridad. Esto en parte se cumple mediante la aplicación de normas y procedimientos muy precisos durante las etapas de planeamiento, diseño, construcción y operación de los Sistemas de Potencia. Dichos sistemas quedarán expuestos a fallas cuyas causas son múltiples, que además de provocar daños severos son muchas veces impredecib...

  3. Razvoj interaktivnega glasovalnega sistema s spletnim in strojnim vmesnikom

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    Pintar, Gašper

    2017-01-01

    Tema diplomske naloge je razvoj interaktivnega glasovalnega sistema s strojnim in spletnim vmesnikom, ki za delovanje ne potrebuje povezave v internet in temelji na odprtokodnosti. Za izdelavo programskega vmesnika smo uporabili obstoječe odprtokodne rešitve in jih prilagodili potrebam diplomskega dela. Razvoj sistema je potekal na računalniku z operacijskim sistemom Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64-bit (Trusty Tahr) Desktop, na katerem teče strežnik glasovalnega sistema. Strojni del, ki se uporablja v na...

  4. Sistemas de reconocimiento basados en la imagen facial

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    Arguello Fuentes, Henry

    2012-01-01

    Este artículo sintetiza las principales investigaciones que se están llevando a cabo en el área de los sistemas de reconocimiento a través de la imagen facial. Se realiza la descripción de las principales líneas de trabajo en los sistema de identificación de personas por medio de la imagen del rostro. Además, se realiza una síntesis de las últimas técnicas matemáticas para realizar la extracción de características dentro de estos sistemas de identificación.

  5. Integración de sistema de monitorización Nagios con Twitter

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    Pérez Vera, Dolores Isabel

    2015-01-01

    Integración de sistema de monitorización Nagios con Twitter como sistema de notificación de eventos. Integració de sistema de monitorització Nagios amb Twitter com a sistema de notificació d'esdeveniments. Bachelor thesis for the Computer Science program on Computer networks.

  6. Essential travel medicine

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    Zuckerman, Jane N; Leggat, Peter

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    This 1st edition of Essential Travel Medicine provides an excellent concise introduction to the specialty of Travel Medicine. This core text will enable health care practitioners particularly those new to the clinical practice of Travel Medicine, to gain a fundamental understanding of the diverse and complex issues which can potentially affect the health of the many millions of people who undertake international travel. Jane N Zuckerman is joined by Gary W Brunette from CDC and Peter A Leggat from Australia as Editors. Leading international specialists in their fields have contributed authoritative chapters reflecting current knowledge to facilitate best clinical practice in the different aspects of travel medicine. The aim of Essential Travel Medicine is to provide a comprehensive guide to Travel Medicine as well as a fundamental knowledge base to support international undergraduate and postgraduate specialty training programmes in the discipline of Travel Medicine. The 1st edition of Essential Travel ...

  7. Over-the-Counter Medicines

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    Over-the-counter (OTC) medicines are drugs you can buy without a prescription. Some OTC medicines relieve aches, pains and itches. ... medicine is safe enough to sell over-the-counter. Taking OTC medicines still has risks. Some interact ...

  8. Prescription Drugs and Cold Medicines

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    ... Prescription Drugs and Over-the-Counter Medicines Prescription Drugs and Over-the-Counter Medicines Email Facebook Twitter What are Over-the-Counter Medicines? Over-the-counter (OTC) medicines are those that ...

  9. Sistemas integrados de gestão empresarial: estudos de casos de implementação de sistemas ERP.

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    Cesar Alexandre de Souza

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    Este trabalho é um estudo das características dos sistemas ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning), de seus processos de escolha, implementação e utilização, de seus benefícios, suas desvantagens e de seus possíveis impactos nas organizações. No levantamento bibliográfico, são apresentados conceitos relacionados aos sistemas ERP, bem como uma proposta de modelo de ciclo para estes sistemas, com a finalidade de estudar suas diferentes etapas na empresa, procurando estabelecer em cada uma delas qua...

  10. Envejecimiento del sistema cardiovascular Cardiovascular system aging

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    José M Ocampo

    2005-08-01

    Full Text Available El envejecimiento del sistema cardiovascular está asociado con un número característico de cambios a nivel bioquímico, histológico y morfológico. Sin embargo, no todas las modificaciones presentadas se asocian con deterioro en la función. Entre los cambios a nivel cardiaco se tienen: disminución en el número de miocitos y en las células del sistema de conducción cardiaca, desarrollo de fibrosis, cambios en el transporte de calcio a través de las membranas y disminución del cronotropismo, inotropismo y lusitropismo mediados por estímulo b-adrenérgico. A nivel vascular, hay incremento en la rigidez de la pared de las arterias, con aumento en la velocidad de la onda de pulso, disfunción endotelial y disminución de la vasodilatación mediada por estímulo b-adrenérgico. Durante el reposo el sistema cardiovascular es capaz de desarrollar mecanismos adaptativos eficientes, pero en situaciones de estrés como el ejercicio, los cambios asociados con el envejecimiento se hacen evidentes ya que está disminuida la capacidad para obtener la frecuencia cardiaca máxima, está incrementada la postcarga y hay disminución de la contractilidad intrínseca. Por lo anterior, los ancianos deben utilizar al máximo el mecanismo de Frank-Starling para mantener el gasto cardiaco. Los cambios estructurales y funcionales asociados con el envejecimiento cardiovascular, disminuyen de forma significativa el umbral en el cual las enfermedades cardiacas llegan a ser evidentes, y deben ser conocidos por el personal de salud encargado de cuidar a los ancianos.Cardiovascular aging is associated with characteristic biochemical, histological and morphological changes. Nevertheless, these changes are not necessarily associated to a deterioration in its function. Among the cardiac changes found, there is a reduction in the number of myocytes and of the cardiac conduction system cells, development of fibrosis, changes in the trans-membrane calcium transport and a

  11. El sistema educativo como yacimiento de empleo

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    Antoni J. COLOM CAÑELLAS

    2009-11-01

    Full Text Available RESUMEN: Tras realizar una revisión al concepto de «Nuevo yacimiento de empleo» (origen, desarrollo, definición, funcionalidad, etc., se plantean sus posibilidades en el campo educativo, dando lugar a dos perspectivas: la formación necesaria para desarrollar yacimientos de empleo y, considerar a la educación, al sistema educativo, como un nuevo yacimiento de empleo. Tomando esta segunda acepción, se realiza un estudio empírico de las posibilidades que oferta el sistema educativo de las Islas Baleares como nuevo yacimiento de empleo. En él encontramos posibilidades de empleo en tareas de servicios y en las actividades complementarias escolares, llegando a la conclusión de que el sistema educativo de las Islas Baleares (que sólo afecta a unos 850.000 habitantes, encierra una capacidad económica muy significativa (sobre los 20 millones de euros cuyo capital podría desarrollarse socialmente si se cumplimentasen una serie de exigencias que analizamos en nuestro trabajo.ABSTRACT: After revising the concept «New source for employment» (origin, development, definition functionality, etc., its possibilities in the field of education are suggested, giving way to two perspectives: the training needed to develop sources for employment and, to consider education, the education system itself, as a new source for employment. Taking into consideration the latter proposal, we have carried out an empirical study of the possibilities offered by the system of education in the Balearic Islands, as a new source for employment. In it we can find possibilities for employment in the service sector and in the complementary activities of schools, thereby reaching the conclusion that the educational system of the Balearic Islands (which only affects around 850.000 inhabitants, entails a very significant economy capacity (of about 20 millions euros, which could be developed socially if a series of requirements that we are analysing in our work are met

  12. Sistema fotovoltaico de iluminación solar

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    Víctor Hugo Benítez Baltazar

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    Full Text Available El artículo es el resultado de un trabajo de investigación enfocado al uso de sistemas fotovoltaicos para la iluminación por medio de diodos emisores de luz tipo LED. Se busca reducir el consumo energético mediante la implementación de un sistema de iluminación basado en LED hasta en un 80%, donde la fuente primaria de energía es el Sol. Se demuestra la viabilidad de los sistemas solares de iluminación LED mediante la construcción de un prototipo. Los sistemas de iluminación fotovoltaicos son una alternativa real para ahorrar energía eléctrica e igualmente representan un campo de investigación abierto en muchos sentidos.

  13. Inmunología tumoral y neoplasias del sistema inmune

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    Sen Fernández, María Luz de la; Sempere Ortells, José Miguel; Marco, Francisco M.; Vázquez Araujo, Begoña

    2012-01-01

    Inmunología tumoral: vigilancia inmunológica, antígenos tumorales, respuesta inmune antitumoral, escape tumoral. Inmunología y diagnóstico. Inmunoterapia. Neoplasias del sistema inmune: leucemias y linfomas.

  14. [Sports medicine in Germany].

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    Dickhuth, H-H

    2005-08-01

    Sports medicine covers many different aspects, ranging from clinical specialties, such as internal medicine, orthopedics or pediatrics to physiology and sports sciences. The requirements for sports medicine evolve mainly from exercise physiology (elite, leisure and health oriented physical activity), orthopedics and traumatology as well as from preventive and rehabilitative issues. In the new German curriculum, sports medicine is defined as a subspecialty. Historically, sports medicine in Germany has a federal structure with a governing body (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Sportmedizin und Prävention). Due to these facts, University Departments of Sports Medicine (which vary greatly in size and performance) are either attached to Medical or non-Medical Faculties, such as Sports Sciences. In medical schools, sports medicine can be selected as an elective subject. However, the main part of teaching sports medicine is covered by Sports Science Faculties. In an international context, the strength of German sports medicine is its clinical orientation and close cooperation with the sport itself, especially high-performance sports. In the future, like in the Anglo- American countries, sports medicine in Germany will play a major role in health prevention and rehabilitation.

  15. Cobertura del Sistema Privado de Capitalizacion en Chile, Colombia y Mexico

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    Emma Aguila; Orazio Attanasio; Ximena Quintanilla

    2010-01-01

    Este estudio compara las diferencias de cobertura en los sistemas de pensiones de capitalizacion individual en tres pa’ses de Latinoamerica. En Chile, Colombia y Mexico, aun cuando cada uno de ellos tiene sistema de pensiones de contribuciones definidas, hay diferencias significativas en el diseno e incentivos de cada sistema que pueden afectar la participacion de los individuos en el mismo. El presente estudio examina la cobertura del sistema de pensiones comparando el diseno de los sistemas...

  16. Sistema de detección de intrusos mediante cámara

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    Echezarraga Porto, Aitor

    2016-01-01

    Con la finalidad de evitar sistemas de vigilancia caros, la idea es construir un sistema de vigilancia mediante video con nuestros medios,de manera sencilla y barata, y cumpliendo todas las funciones más relevantes como una captura de imágenes, un sensor de movimiento, un sistema de avisos y una manera remota de controlar el sistema y gestionar los avisos. El sistema que queremos construir deberá ser accesible desde cualquier punto mediante un dis...

  17. Extended family medicine training

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    Slade, Steve; Ross, Shelley; Lawrence, Kathrine; Archibald, Douglas; Mackay, Maria Palacios; Oandasan, Ivy F.

    2016-01-01

    Abstract Objective To examine trends in family medicine training at a time when substantial pedagogic change is under way, focusing on factors that relate to extended family medicine training. Design Aggregate-level secondary data analysis based on the Canadian Post-MD Education Registry. Setting Canada. Participants All Canadian citizens and permanent residents who were registered in postgraduate family medicine training programs within Canadian faculties of medicine from 1995 to 2013. Main outcome measures Number and proportion of family medicine residents exiting 2-year and extended (third-year and above) family medicine training programs, as well as the types and numbers of extended training programs offered in 2015. Results The proportion of family medicine trainees pursuing extended training almost doubled during the study period, going from 10.9% in 1995 to 21.1% in 2013. Men and Canadian medical graduates were more likely to take extended family medicine training. Among the 5 most recent family medicine exit cohorts (from 2009 to 2013), 25.9% of men completed extended training programs compared with 18.3% of women, and 23.1% of Canadian medical graduates completed extended training compared with 13.6% of international medical graduates. Family medicine programs vary substantially with respect to the proportion of their trainees who undertake extended training, ranging from a low of 12.3% to a high of 35.1% among trainees exiting from 2011 to 2013. Conclusion New initiatives, such as the Triple C Competency-based Curriculum, CanMEDS–Family Medicine, and Certificates of Added Competence, have emerged as part of family medicine education and credentialing. In acknowledgment of the potential effect of these initiatives, it is important that future research examine how pedagogic change and, in particular, extended training shapes the care family physicians offer their patients. As part of that research it will be important to measure the breadth and uptake of

  18. Los volcanes del Sistema Volcánico Transversal

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    Esperanza Yarza de la Torre

    2012-02-01

    Full Text Available Si hizo la selección de textos referentes a algunos de los volcanes que integran el Sistema Volcánico Transversal. Publicado en: Yarza de De la Torre, E. (1992, "Los volcanes del Sistema Volcánico Transversal", Volcanes de México, 4a ed. corregida y aumentada, Instituto de Geografía, UNAM, México, pp. 82-83, 89-136.

  19. Los volcanes del Sistema Volcánico Transversal

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    Esperanza Yarza de De la Torre

    2003-01-01

    Si hizo la selección de textos referentes a algunos de los volcanes que integran el Sistema Volcánico Transversal. Publicado en: Yarza de De la Torre, E. (1992), "Los volcanes del Sistema Volcánico Transversal", Volcanes de México, 4a ed. corregida y aumentada, Instituto de Geografía, UNAM, México, pp. 82-83, 89-136.

  20. Estratégias para luz natural: sistemas inovadores.

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    Juliana Saiter Garrocho

    2007-07-01

    Full Text Available Diversos sistemas, estratégias e componentesinovadores de alta tecnologia paraa otimização do uso da luz natural noprojeto de arquitetura têm se desenvolvidoatualmente, principalmente na EuropaCentral, nos Estados Unidos e na Austrália.Este artigo apresenta algumas dessasestratégias descrevendo suas principaiscaracterísticas. Palavras-chave: luz natural, estratégias deprojeto, sistemas inovadores de alta tecnologia.

  1. Implantación del sistema ERP SAP R/3

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    Muñoz Fernandez, Jorge Juan

    2012-01-01

    El objetivo del presente trabajo ha sido realizar un estudio de investigación y desarrollo sobre la implantación del sistema Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) SAP R/3 de una empresa. L'objectiu d'aquest treball final de carrera ha estat realitzar un estudi d'investigació i desenvolupament sobre la implantació del sistema Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) SAP R/3 d'una empresa.

  2. El riego por chorro intermitente: un sistema prometedor

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    Hernando Buriticá

    1981-07-01

    Full Text Available A través de la historia el hombre se ha ingeniado varios sistemas para suplir las deficiencias de agua que las condiciones naturales de clima han impuesto para el desarrollo de la agricultura: desvió ríos, construyó canales y reservorios y entregó el agua a los cultivos empleando variados sistemas de riego. En este caso haremos referencia al riego por chorro intermitente.

  3. Tecnologias e sistemas de tratamento para os dejetos da suinocultura

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    Leandro D. dos Santos

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available A suinocultura caracteriza-se como uma atividade de alto impacto ambiental, devido a grande quantidade de dejetos com alta carga de poluentes, lançados no meio ambiente. No entanto, existem diversas tecnologias, e sistemas de tratamento, com a capacidade de reduzir o poder poluente dos dejetos da suinocultura. O presente trabalho tem como objetivo analisar as principais tecnologias e sistemas de tratamentos para os dejetos da suinocultura, presentes em publicações brasileiras. Os resultados obtidos nestas publicações apresentaram-se de certa forma satisfatórios em relação à redução da carga de poluentes dos efluentes da suinocultura. Entretanto, pouco se sabe sobre o comportamento da redução dos poluentes em função de parâmetros dimensionais e temporais das tecnologias ou dos sistemas de tratamento. Tal desconhecimento dificulta o dimensionamento de sistemas de tratamento, desconsiderando a relação existente entre investimento e redução do poder poluente dos dejetos. Dentro deste contexto, a modelagem e otimização de sistemas pode ser uma ferramenta muito útil para o dimensionamento de tecnologias e sistemas de tratamento de dejetos de suínos.

  4. Ethics in sports medicine.

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    Dunn, Warren R; George, Michael S; Churchill, Larry; Spindler, Kurt P

    2007-05-01

    Physicians have struggled with the medical ramifications of athletic competition since ancient Greece, where rational medicine and organized athletics originated. Historically, the relationship between sport and medicine was adversarial because of conflicts between health and sport. However, modern sports medicine has emerged with the goal of improving performance and preventing injury, and the concept of the "team physician" has become an integral part of athletic culture. With this distinction come unique ethical challenges because the customary ethical norms for most forms of clinical practice, such as confidentiality and patient autonomy, cannot be translated easily into sports medicine. The particular areas of medical ethics that present unique challenges in sports medicine are informed consent, third parties, advertising, confidentiality, drug use, and innovative technology. Unfortunately, there is no widely accepted code of sports medicine ethics that adequately addresses these issues.

  5. Sistemas de vigilancia de riesgos ambientales para la salud. Sistemas de toxicovigilancia

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    Ana Ferrer Dufol

    2004-12-01

    Full Text Available Se presenta el estudio de la Sección de Toxicología Clínica, sobre vigilancia epidemiológica en los Servicios de Urgencias, que tienen como causa intoxicaciones por productos químicos en el periodo de 1999-2003 y dentro del convenio de Asociación Española de Toxicología (AETOX con el Ministerio de Sanidad y Consumo; trabajo presentado en el Congreso Nacional de Medio Ambiente (CONAMA en el Grupo de trabajo “Sistemas de Vigilancia de Riesgos Ambientales para la Salud”.

  6. Sistema Inteligente ?gil de Processo Evolutivo - SIAPE: um prot?tipo brasileiro de sistemas EPS

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    Amaral, Hiram Carlos Costa

    2016-01-01

    Paradigmas emergentes de fabrica??o t?m sido usados na tentativa de solucionar o problema da customiza??o, isto ?, a manufatura de produtos em lotes baixos e com elevados n?veis de variedades de produtos. Notadamente os Evolvable Production Systems (EPS) tem conseguido tratar o problema atrav?s do conceito de agentes mecatr?nicos e de uma invers?o do local de onde a intelig?ncia do processo produtivo est? dentro do sistema de manufatura. Entretanto, ainda h? v?rias lacunas e ba...

  7. Sistema diagnóstico: uma ferramenta para a construção de sistemas especialistas

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    Sandra Aparecida Sandri

    1985-01-01

    Este trabalho apresenta o sistema DIAGNÓSTICO, uma ferramenta para a construção de sistemas especialistas. A representação de conhecimento adotada e a de regra de decisão do tipo SE premissa ENTÃO (x) conclusão, onde x atesta a crença de que a conclusão é verdadeira se a premissa o for. O sistema consiste em quatro módulos: INICIALIZAÇÃO, AQUISIÇÃO,CONSULTA e EXPLANAÇÃO. O módulo de INICIALIZAÇÃO inicia lisa os arquivos do sistema e adquire palavras-chave. O módulo de AQUISIÇÃO interage com o...

  8. Sistema integral para viviendas unifamiliares -SIVIM-

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    Drágula, Josef

    1984-07-01

    Full Text Available The Integral System for Multi-family Housing —SIVIM— is a proposition combining a structural solution and a functional one. In the first, techniques developed in civil construction for reinforced concrete technology are incorporated in the production of buildings. The second one proposes a spatial solution appropriate to the users’ requirements. Thus, with this proposition, the aims of constructing mass, low-cost housing are maintained in countries with tropical climatesEl Sistema Integral para Viviendas Multifamiliares —SIVIM— es una proposición que combina una solución estructural y una solución funcional. En la primera, se incorporan técnicas desarrolladas en la construcción civil, para la tecnología del hormigón armado, a la producción de edificaciones. La segunda, propone una solución espacial apropiada a los requerimientos de los usuarios. Se mantiene así con esta proposición, las metas de la construcción masiva y del bajo costo de la vivienda en países de clima tropical

  9. Perspectivas de los sistemas de pago

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    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available ResumenLos agentes, instrumentos y mecanismos que intervienen en la realización de transacciones cotidianas han ido variando considerablemente a lo largo del tiempo, de acuerdo a la evolución de las prácticas, tecnologías e instituciones que determinan costumbres y mecanismos de pago. La organización de los esquemas de intercambio, y de los sistemas financieros en general se ha convertido en tema saliente de discusión contemporánea. Estas notas presentan un breve análisis de la cuestión, centrado sobre los procedimientos para procesar pagos.Código JEL: E42. AbstractThe agents, instruments and mechanisms involved in everyday transactions have varied considerably over time, according to the evolution of practices, technologies and institutions that determine customs and payment mechanisms. The organization of exchange schemes, and financial systems in general, has become salient topic of contemporary discussion. This paper presents a brief analysis of the matter, focused on procedures to process payments. Key words: Monetary Systems,Payment Systems, Currency.Code JEL: E42

  10. El Sistema Nacional de Seguridad Social

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    Zélia Luiza Pierdoná

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available Este estudio tiene como objetivo presentar las normas constitucionales relativas a la seguridad social brasileña, para demostrar que la Constitución brasileña creó un sistema de protección social, y no áreas aisladas, como ha sido tratado por el gobierno brasileño en sus tres funciones: legislativa, ejecutiva y judicial. En este sentido, las normas constitucionales relacionadas directamente con la seguridad social están en los artículos 194-204 y 40 de la Constitución, en los que se establecen las directrices fundamentales: los principios aplicables y la forma de financiación (artículos 194 y 195, las áreas componentes y la estructura de cada una de ellas (la salud - artículos 196- 200; la previsión social - artículos 201, 202 y 40; y la asistencia - artículos 203 y 204.

  11. Viaje alrededor del sistema-mundo

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    Pablo González Casanova

    2015-08-01

    Full Text Available Al iniciar el recorrido, Wallerstein sostiene dos tesis principales: que la historia está abierta, y que vivimos una etapa en que el determinismo disminuye. En un caso enfrenta las tesis de una historia clausurada, en otro, la de un futuro sin alternativas. Ni es el ?n de la historia ni vivimos en el mejor de los mundos posibles. La investigación y la acción tienen que explorar en los terrenos macro y micro de la política, la economía, la cultura y la sociedad y descubrir cómo se abre y cierra la historia del porvenir, y como se abren los límites actuales del sistema-mundo a los valores universales respetando sus particularidades y especi?cidades. El planteamiento de Wallerstein se opone a las tesis de moda de los funcionarios-?lósofos del “establishment” conservador, dizque tecnocientí?co y objetivo. Permite comprender un mundo que está abierto a la libertad aunque no necesariamente la alcance.

  12. Maimonides? Appreciation for Medicine

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    Gesundheit, Benjamin

    2011-01-01

    Moses Maimonides, the illustrious medieval rabbi and philosopher, dedicated the last decade of his life primarily to medicine. His strong interest in medicine was an integral component of his religious-philosophical teachings and world view. In this paper various sources from his rabbinic writings are presented that explain Maimonides’ motivation regarding and deep appreciation for medicine: (A) The physician fulfills the basic biblical obligation to return lost objects to their owner, for wi...

  13. Music and medicine

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    Donatella Lippi

    2010-08-01

    Full Text Available Donatella Lippi1, Paolo Roberti di Sarsina2, John Patrick D’Elios11History of Medicine, Department of Anatomy, Histology, and Forensic Medicine, University of Florence, Florence, Italy; 2Health Local Unit, Department of Mental Health, Bologna, ItalyAbstract: Healing sounds have always been considered in the past an important aid in medical practice, and nowadays, medicine has confirmed the efficacy of music therapy in many diseases. The aim of this study is to assess the curative power of music, in the frame of the current clinical relationship.Keywords: history of medicine, medical humanities, healing music

  14. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... heart disease, gastrointestinal, endocrine, neurological disorders and other abnormalities within the body. Because nuclear medicine procedures are able to pinpoint molecular activity ...

  15. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... the doses of radiotracer administered are small, diagnostic nuclear medicine procedures result in low radiation exposure, acceptable for diagnostic exams. Thus, the radiation ...

  16. Traditional medicine and genomics

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    Kalpana Joshi

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available ′Omics′ developments in the form of genomics, proteomics and metabolomics have increased the impetus of traditional medicine research. Studies exploring the genomic, proteomic and metabolomic basis of human constitutional types based on Ayurveda and other systems of oriental medicine are becoming popular. Such studies remain important to developing better understanding of human variations and individual differences. Countries like India, Korea, China and Japan are investing in research on evidence-based traditional medicines and scientific validation of fundamental principles. This review provides an account of studies addressing relationships between traditional medicine and genomics.

  17. Traditional medicine and genomics.

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    Joshi, Kalpana; Ghodke, Yogita; Shintre, Pooja

    2010-01-01

    'Omics' developments in the form of genomics, proteomics and metabolomics have increased the impetus of traditional medicine research. Studies exploring the genomic, proteomic and metabolomic basis of human constitutional types based on Ayurveda and other systems of oriental medicine are becoming popular. Such studies remain important to developing better understanding of human variations and individual differences. Countries like India, Korea, China and Japan are investing in research on evidence-based traditional medicines and scientific validation of fundamental principles. This review provides an account of studies addressing relationships between traditional medicine and genomics.

  18. Veterinary nuclear medicine

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    Kallfelz, F.A.; Comar, C.L.; Wentworth, R.A.

    1974-01-01

    A brief review is presented of the expanding horizons of nuclear medicine, the equipment necessary for a nuclear medicine laboratory is listed, and the value of this relatively new field to the veterinary clinician is indicated. Although clinical applications to veterinary medicine have not kept pace with those of human medicine, many advances have been made, particularly in the use of in vitro techniques. Areas for expanded applications should include competitive protein binding and other in vitro procedures, particularly in connection with metabolic profile studies. Indicated also is more intensive application by the veterinarian of imaging procedures, which have been found to be of such great value to the physician. (U.S.)

  19. Personalized medicine in psychiatry

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    Wium-Andersen, Ida Kim; Vinberg, Maj; Kessing, Lars Vedel

    2017-01-01

    Background: Personalized medicine is a model in which a patient’s unique clinical, genetic, and environmental characteristics are the basis for treatment and prevention.  Aim, method, and results: This review aims to describe the current tools, phenomenological features, clinical risk factors......, and biomarkers used to provide personalized medicine. Furthermore, this study describes the target areas in which they can be applied including diagnostics, treatment selection and response, assessment of risk of side-effects, and prevention.  Discussion and conclusion: Personalized medicine in psychiatry....... The discussion proposes possible solutions to narrow this gap and to move psychiatric research forward towards personalized medicine....

  20. Technologists for Nuclear Medicine

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    Barnett, Huey D.

    1974-01-01

    Physicians need support personnel for work with radioisotopes in diagnosing dangerous diseases. The Nuclear Medicine Technology (NMT) Program at Hillsborough Community College in Tampa, Florida, is described. (MW)

  1. [Military medicine and medicine of accidents].

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    Chizh, I M

    2010-09-01

    The article presents an observe of such parts of military medicine as intensive aid and operative treatment on the place of case, contestation against infectious diseases, preservation of psychic health, medical and social rehabilitation. Were lighted successful activity of military physicians during liquidation of Chernobyl accident (1986), earthquakes in Armenia (1988), railway accident in Bashkiria (1989) and other accidents. Experience of military medicine (particularly using medical units of special purposes) was used in proving of conception of medicine of accidents, and in organization of medical supply of troops in armed conflicts of restricted scale--in effectuating of antiterrorist operations in Northern Caucasus (1994-1996, 1999-2002), in effectuating of peacemaking operation in Kosovo (1999-2003), natural disasters.

  2. Complementary alternative medicine and nuclear medicine

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    Werneke, Ursula; McCready, V.Ralph

    2004-01-01

    Complementary alternative medicines (CAMs), including food supplements, are taken widely by patients, especially those with cancer. Others take CAMs hoping to improve fitness or prevent disease. Physicians (and patients) may not be aware of the potential side-effects and interactions of CAMs with conventional treatment. Likewise, their known physiological effects could interfere with radiopharmaceutical kinetics, producing abnormal treatment responses and diagnostic results. Nuclear medicine physicians are encouraged to question patients on their intake of CAMs when taking their history prior to radionuclide therapy or diagnosis. The potential effect of CAMs should be considered when unexpected therapeutic or diagnostic results are found. (orig.)

  3. Estudo do sistema de reprodução da fava-d'anta (Dimorphandra mollis Benth.

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    A.D.R. Mendes

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Entre as plantas nativas de uso medicinal do Cerrado brasileiro encontra-se a fava-d'anta (Dimorphandra mollis Benth com alto potencial econômico por possuir inúmeras potencialidades medicinais e fitoquímicas. A indústria extrai dos frutos os princípios ativos rutina, quercetina, e ramnose, dentre outros, usados na fabricação de medicamentos e cosméticos, principalmente no exterior. O conhecimento do sistema reprodutivo da espécie é fundamental para sua conservação e manejo. O presente trabalho objetivou determinar as características morfométricas das flores e caracterizar o sistema reprodutivo da D. mollis em área de Cerrado inalterada antropomorficamente, no município de Olhos D'água - MG. Para as características morfométricas, diâmetro da flor, comprimento da flor, do ovário, e da antera, foram utilizadas cinco flores em pré-antese. Para a determinação do sistema reprodutivo utilizou-se a razão pólen:óvulo (P:O, em 40 flores. As flores da D. mollis apresentaram comprimento da flor de 3,00 mm, diâmetro da flor de 2,00 mm, comprimento do óvulo de 2,60 mm, comprimento da antera de 1,57 mm, e o número de óvulos e de anteras foram 20 e 5,8, respectivamente. A razão P:O foi 765,030, sendo que esse índice não é afetado pelas características morfométricas. O sistema reprodutivo da D. mollis foi classificado como alógama facultativa.

  4. Nuclear Medicine in Turkey

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    Durak, H.

    2001-01-01

    Nuclear Medicine is a medical specialty that uses radionuclides for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and it is one of the most important peaceful applications of nuclear sciences. Nuclear Medicine has a short history both in Turkey and in the world. The first use of I-131 for the treatment of thyrotoxicosis in Turkey was in 1958 at the Istanbul University Cerrahpasa Medical School. In 1962, Radiobiological Institute in Ankara University Medical School was established equipped with well-type counters, radiometers, scalers, external counters and a rectilinear scanner. In 1965, multi-probe external detection systems, color dot scanners and in 1967, anger scintillation camera had arrived. In 1962, wet lab procedures and organ scanning, in 1965 color dot scanning, dynamic studies (blood flow - renograms) and in 1967 analogue scintillation camera and dynamic camera studies have started. In 1974, nuclear medicine was established as independent medical specialty. Nuclear medicine departments have started to get established in 1978. In 1974, The Turkish Society of Nuclear Medicine (TSNM) was established with 10 members. The first president of TSNM was Prof. Dr. Yavuz Renda. Now, in the year 2000, TSNM has 349 members. Turkish Society of Nuclear Medicine is a member of European Association of Nuclear Medicine (EANM), World Federation of Nuclear Medicine and Biology (WFNMB) and WFNMB Asia-Oceania. Since 1974, TSNM has organized 13 national Nuclear Medicine congresses, 4 international Nuclear Oncology congresses and 13 nuclear medicine symposiums. In 1-5 October 2000, 'The VII th Asia and Oceania Congress of Nuclear Medicine and Biology' was held in Istanbul, Turkey. Since 1992, Turkish Journal of Nuclear Medicine is published quarterly and it is the official publication of TSNM. There are a total of 112 Nuclear Medicine centers in Turkey. There are 146 gamma cameras. (52 Siemens, 35 GE, 16 Elscint, 14 Toshiba, 10 Sopha, 12 MIE, 8 Philips, 9 Others) Two cyclotrons are

  5. O sistema social da saúde: conceito, limites e possibilidades

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    Sandra Regina Martini Vial

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available Discutem-se as possibilidades de definir o sistema da saúde como um sistema social, diferenciado funcionalmente, a partir da ótica da Teoria dos Sistemas Sociais, utilizando os pressupostos gerais da Teoria e a estrutura apresentada por Niklas Luhmann sobre o sistema médico. Apresentam-se alguns “desassossegos” provocados pela Teoria; as possíveis relações entre o sistema da saúde e o que Luhmann chamou de sistema médico e como esse sistema, atualmente, pode ser considerado sistema da saúde; e, por fim, a nossa concepção do sistema da saúde na atualidade.

  6. SUSTENTABILIDADE EM SISTEMAS AGROFLORESTAIS: INDICADORES SOCIOECONÔMICOS

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    Omar Daniel

    2000-03-01

    Full Text Available É ampla a discussão que envolve a importância do enquadramento das atividades de produção em geral, ao conceito de desenvolvimento sustentável. Dentre as atividades agropecuárias, os sistemas agroflorestais (SAF têm sido considerados como sustentáveis, apresentando-se como alternativas aos sistemas intensivos de produção. Para monitorar a sustentabilidade de atividades agropecuárias em geral, incluindo os SAF, diferentes autores enfatizam os indicadores biofísicos, em detrimento dos socioeconômicos. Com o objetivo de definir um rol de indicadores socioeconômicos adaptáveis aos diversos modelos de SAF, desenvolveu-se um estudo consolidado por recomendações de especialistas e ampla revisão de literatura. Concluiu-se que: as categorias relacionadas com a operação dos sistemas comportaram o maior número de indicadores no componente socioeconômico, com maior concentração nas operações endógenas ao sistema, seguidas, de longe, pelos recursos endógenos e exógenos; o maior número de indicadores, sugeridos na categoria operação do sistema, deu-se nos descritores saúde e nutrição, empregos, habitação e saneamento básico e análise econômica; na categoria operação de sistemas exógenos, determinou-se maior número de indicadores para os descritores comercialização e infra-estrutura rural; praticamente, não houve diferença entre o número de indicadores obtidos para os sistemas agroflorestais com e sem o componente animal.

  7. Radioisotopes in nuclear medicine

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    Samuel, A.M.

    2002-01-01

    Full text: A number of advances in diverse fields of science and technology and the fruitful synchronization of many a new development to address the issues related to health care in terms of prognosis and diagnosis resulted in the availability of host of modern diagnostic tools in medicine. Nuclear medicine, a unique discipline in medicine is one such development, which during the last four decades has seen exponential growth. The unique contribution of this specialty is the ability to examine the dynamic state of every organ of the body with the help of radioactive tracers. This tracer application in nuclear medicine to monitor the biological molecules that participate in the dynamic state of body constituents has led to a whole new approach to biology and medicine. No other technique has the same level of sensitivity and specificity as obtained in radiotracer technique in the study of in-situ chemistry of body organs. As modem medicine becomes oriented towards molecules rather than organs, nuclear medicine will be in the forefront and will become an integral part of a curative process for regular and routine application. Advances in nuclear medicine will proceed along two principal lines: (i) the development of improved sensitive detectors of radiation, powerful and interpretable data processing, image analysis and display techniques, and (ii) the production of exotic and new but useful radiopharmaceuticals. All these aspects are dealt with in detail in this talk

  8. Radiation and medicine: introduction

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    Lentle, B.; Singh, H.

    1984-01-01

    A brief historical review is given of the development of the various nuclear medicine techniques which have been evolved since the discovery of X-rays and radioactivity. The role of various disciplines, such as radiobiology, radiation chemistry, radiation physics and computers in the application of radiation in medicine is discussed. (U.K.)

  9. Immoral behaviour in medicine.

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    Carmon, P; Tabak, N

    1997-03-01

    The purpose of this paper is to emphasize a social phenomenon that exists in Israel: immoral medicine. In recent years, nurses have been exposed to many instances of immoral medicine in hospitals. We want to protest about the demands for money from patients who are waiting for surgical intervention, arouse the medical community's conscience concerning these immoral activities, and improve professional and moral behaviour.

  10. Medicines from Marine Invertebrates

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    Davies-Coleman, Mike

    2011-01-01

    Few of us realise that the oceans of the world are a relatively untapped reservoir of new natural product-derived medicines to combat the many diseases that plague humanity. We explore the role that an unremarkable sea snail and sea squirt are playing in providing us with new medicines for the alleviation of chronic pain and cancer respectively.…

  11. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... in the body. jaundice in newborns and older children. epilepsy . location, anatomy and function of the thyroid gland. ... General Nuclear Medicine Children's (Pediatric) CT (Computed Tomography) Epilepsy Images related to Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine Videos related to Children's (Pediatric) ...

  12. Diversity in Medicinal Chemistry.

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    Peralta, David

    2018-01-08

    The wide world of medicinal chemistry: We look back at our activities in 2017, particularly the expansion of the journal's scope to nanomedicine and why we need a more inclusive medicinal chemistry journal. Additionally, we look at upcoming special issues and developments for ChemPubSoc Europe in 2018. © 2018 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.

  13. PACS in nuclear medicine

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    Kang, Keon Wook

    2000-01-01

    PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) is being rapidly spread and installed in many hospitals, but most of the system do not include nuclear medicine field. Although additional costs of hardware for nuclear medicine PACS is low, the complexity in developing viewing software and little market have made the nuclear medicine PACS not popular. Most PACS utilize DICOM 3.0 as standard format, but standard format in nuclear medicine has been Interfile. Interfile should be converted into DICOM format if nuclear images are to be stored and visualized in most PACS. Nowadays, many vendors supply the DICOM option in gamma camera and PET. Several hospitals in Korea have already installed nucler PACS with DICOM, but only the screen captured images are supplied. Software for visualizing pseudo-color with color lookup tables and expressing with volume view should be developed to fulfill the demand of referring physicians and nuclear medicine physicians. PACS is going to integrate not only radiologic images but also endoscopic and pathologic images. Web and PC based PACS is now a trend and is much compatible with nuclear medicine PACS. Most important barrier for nuclear medicine PACS that we encounter is not a technical problem, but indifference of investor such as administrator of hospital or PACS. Now it is time to support and invest for the development of nuclear medicine PACS

  14. [Translational dental medicine].

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    Zheng, Li-Wei; Wang, Qi; Zhou, Xue-Dong

    2011-06-01

    Over the last decade, as tremendous innovations have been achieved in scientific technology, translational medicine has come into the focus of academic medicine, and significant intellectual and financial efforts have been made to initiate a multitude of bench-to-bedside projects. The concept of translational medicine is described as the transfer of new understandings of disease mechanisms gained in the laboratory into the development of new methods for diagnosis, therapy, and prevention and their first testing in humans, meanwhile, translational medicine also is described as a patient-oriented population research and the translation of results from clinical studies into everyday clinical practice and health decision making. Translational medicine is a hot spot in recent academic field, and it is crucial for improving the living standard of population and renewing the research idea and technology. It has, however, significant obstacles during the approach of translational medicine. We here review the background, concept, current situation of translational dental medicine, key components and obstacles of translational medicine.

  15. Technology in respiratory medicine

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    Respiratory medicine is the subspecialty in medicine which requires the most regu- lar and precise evaluation of physiological function for complete assessment of the patient. The very nature of respiratory physiology requires the availability of a range of technological devices. Physiological measurements that may be.

  16. Football emergency medicine

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    With the planning and preparation for effective and efficient medical service provision during the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa, the collaboration between the disciplines of sports and emergency medicine has resulted in the dawning of the subspecialty of football emergency medicine. Sports physicians and related ...

  17. Nuclear energy and medicine

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    1988-01-01

    The applications of nuclear energy on medicine, as well as the basic principles of these applications, are presented. The radiological diagnosis, the radiotherapy, the nuclear medicine, the radiological protection and the production of radioisotopes are studied. (M.A.C.) [pt

  18. [Medicine in sports or sport medicine?] ].

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    Heimer, S; Tonković-Lojović, M

    2001-01-01

    Sports medicine is a profession pertaining to primary health care of sport population (competitors, coaches, referees, participants in sports recreation). It embraces the physical and mental health protection and promotion of participants in relation to a particular sport activity and sport environment, directing athletes to a sport and adapting them to sport and the sport to them. Sports medicine takes part in selection procedure, training process planning and programming, and cares for epidemiological, hygienic, nutritional and other problems in sport. The Republic of Croatia belongs to those world states in which the field of sports medicine is regulated neither by a law or by profession. A consequence is that wide circle of physicians and paramedics work in clubs and various medical units without any legal or/and professional control not being adequately educated nor having licence for it. This review is an appeal to the Croatian Medical Chamber and the Ministry of Health to make efforts to promote the education and medical profession in sports medicine.

  19. Integrative medicine is a future medicine

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    Samosyuk, I.Z.; Chukhraev, N.V.

    2001-01-01

    An analysis is given of the modern integrative medicine basis which is the synthesis of: 1. Theology, philosophy and sociology; 2. Physico-mathematical sciences, cybernetics, chemistry and astrology; 3. Medico-biological and clinical experience; 4. Traditional and scientific medicine; 5. Use of traditional and new medical technologies. Problems of 'holistic' medicine which considers Man as a unity of biological, emotional, psychological and social phenomena are exposed. Advantages in combining the drug therapy with modern physiotherapy and physioacupuncture methods seem to be obvious. All visible effects of a disease can de represented in the following forms of changes: information-energy - biochemical - ultrastructure - tissue - clinical diseases. Self-regulation of functional systems has a multilevel structure and needs application of different methods for body recovery. Short-wave irradiation (lasers, magnetotherapy) can be used for energy restoration in functional systems or meridians, and acupuncture plays the role of a 'trigger' which activises the body recovery. Integration of Western and Oriental medicines is the way for achieving the qualitative new level of health protection

  20. Personalized medicine: Striding from genes to medicines

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    2010-01-01

    Personalized medicine has the potential of revolutionizing patient care. This treatment modality prescribes therapies specific to individual patients based on pharmacogenetic and pharmacogenomic information. The mapping of the human genome has been an important milestone in understanding the interindividual differences in response to therapy. These differences are attributed to genotypic differences, with consequent phenotypic expression. It is important to note that targeted therapies should...

  1. Maimonides’ Appreciation for Medicine

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    Gesundheit, Benjamin

    2011-01-01

    Moses Maimonides, the illustrious medieval rabbi and philosopher, dedicated the last decade of his life primarily to medicine. His strong interest in medicine was an integral component of his religious-philosophical teachings and world view. In this paper various sources from his rabbinic writings are presented that explain Maimonides’ motivation regarding and deep appreciation for medicine: (A) The physician fulfills the basic biblical obligation to return lost objects to their owner, for with his knowledge and experience the physician can restore good health to his sick fellow human being; (B) medicine provides a unique opportunity to practice imitatio dei, as it reflects the religious duty to maintain a healthy life-style; (C) as an important natural science, medicine offers tools to recognize, love, and fear God. These three aspects address man’s relationship and obligation towards his fellow-man, himself and God. Biographical insights supported by additional sources from Maimonides’ writings are discussed. PMID:23908790

  2. Maimonides’ Appreciation for Medicine

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    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Moses Maimonides, the illustrious medieval rabbi and philosopher, dedicated the last decade of his life primarily to medicine. His strong interest in medicine was an integral component of his religious-philosophical teachings and world view. In this paper various sources from his rabbinic writings are presented that explain Maimonides’ motivation regarding and deep appreciation for medicine: (A The physician fulfills the basic biblical obligation to return lost objects to their owner, for with his knowledge and experience the physician can restore good health to his sick fellow human being; (B medicine provides a unique opportunity to practice imitatio dei, as it reflects the religious duty to maintain a healthy life-style; (C as an important natural science, medicine offers tools to recognize, love, and fear God. These three aspects address man’s relationship and obligation towards his fellow-man, himself and God. Biographical insights supported by additional sources from Maimonides’ writings are discussed.

  3. [Complementary medicine in Israel].

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    Frenkel, Moshe; Gamus, Dorit

    2015-01-01

    Over the past two decades there has been an increase in the use and popularity of complementary medicine in Israel. Currently, there are over 100 complementary medicine clinics in the public health sector supported by the four health funds and most hospitals in Israel. The number of visits to those clinics reaches close to 3 million visits annually. This reflects an extensive system of care that Israelis utilize in addition to the conventional heaLthcare system. However, the communication between the two systems is still Limited and the education of complementary medicine providers is not regulated by the Ministry of Health. Concurrently, there are a growing number of physicians who expand the knowledge on these therapies and actually integrate them in patients' care. This issue describes experiences and knowledge related to the integration of complementary medicine in the Israeli healthcare system and provides additional research data in support of further integration of complementary medicine within conventional healthcare.

  4. Sistemas híbrido de produção de energia para sistema de comunicações rádio

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    2014-01-01

    Mestrado em Sistemas de Energias Renováveis na Escola Superior de Tecnologia e Gestão do Instituto Politécnico de Viana do Castelo Este trabalho de projeto incidiu sobre o dimensionamento de cinco sistemas Autónomos de produção de energia para alimentação de Pontos repetidores do sistema de comunicação e sua implementação. O presente trabalho iniciou-se em 2006 quando por motivos profissionais foi necessário construir um sistema de comunicação de suporte ao sistema de telegestã...

  5. Ensayo crítico sobre la oralidad como pilar del sistema penal en Colombia. La oralidad en el sistema penal acusatorio. ¿Funciona?

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    Artículo (Especialización en Sistema Procesal Penal). Universidad de Manizales. Facultad de Ciencias Jurídicas, 2017 En el presente ensayo crítico se aborda de manera breve la historia de la administración de justicia en Colombia mostrando una comparación entre el sistema inquisitivo y el Sistema penal acusatorio. A continuación, se analiza el sistema penal acusatorio partiendo de su principio de oralidad siempre sobre el cuestionamiento de ¿Para qué un sistema penal acusatorio basado e...

  6. Gobierno y administración de sistemas de riego

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    Jacinta Palerm-Viqueira

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available La propuesta es diferenciar gobierno y administración en los sistemas de riego, argumentando que el análisis que permite la caracterización de esta última no se puede realizar observando únicamente el locus de autoridad. Desde la perspectiva de la administración, hay casos de autogobierno en que los regantes mismos realizan todas las tareas con base en sistemas de conocimiento local, otros en que toda la administración se encuentra a cargo de personal contratado. Hay casos de administración burocrática y tecnocrática en sistemas con distinto locus de autoridad (Estado/regantes. Además, se propone que mientras el autogobierno de sistemas de riego no parece tener límites de tamaño, la administración sin burocracia ni persona l especializado parece estar acotada a sistemas de riego de una extensión determinada. No obstante, se argumenta que el gobierno influye sobre el carácter de la administración, dado que su descentralización disminuye o evita que sea burocrática/tecnocrática.

  7. SISTEMA DE CONTROL INTELIGENTE PARA UN GRUPO DE ELEVADORES

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    Full Text Available En este artículo se trata el problema del tráfico vertical en edificios de gran altura y se describe el análisis, diseño y evaluación de un sistema de control para un grupo elevadores que busca mejorar el desempeño respecto a un sistema de control tradicional. El controlador propuesto busca asignar de una forma inteligente las llamadas que se generan a los ascensores que hacen parte del grupo, el desempeño del sistema se traduce en una reducción de los tiempos de servicio y de la energía que invierte el sistema. El controlador propuesto está basado en lógica difusa y las reglas de inferencia expresan el conocimiento de un experto orientado hacia la obtención de los objetivos mencionados. El controlador inteligente se evalúa en un simulador gráfico desarrollado para este fin, este simulador permite ingresar parámetros de configuración para que se adapte y represente una edificación real. Se corrieron dos simulaciones, una usando un controlador convencional y otra usando el controlador inteligente, esto con el fin de comparar su desempeño y cuantificar valores como tiempo de esperar de los usuarios y energía consumida por el sistema.

  8. Nuclear Medicine in China

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    Jin, S.

    1998-01-01

    Nuclear Medicine in China was established in 1956, when the first course, Biomedical Applications of Isotopes, was offered in our country by the Peking Union Medical College (PUMC). In 1958, several courses in Clinical Nuclear Medicine brought up the first generation of Nuclear Medicine physicians in China. 99m Tc and 113m In generators were supplied in 1972. The first gamma camera was imported in 1972 and the first homemade gamma camera was installed in 1977. The Chinese Journal of Nuclear Medicine commenced publication in 1981. The first single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) camera was imported in 1983. At present, there are 800 Nuclear Medicine departments in China with a total of 6,000 staff. Beijing and Shanghai each have a cyclotron of 30 MeV, imported from Belgium, consequently gallium-68, thallium-201, indium-111, iodine-123 are all available for production. There is currently one operating PET camera facility in China, in the Shandong province. A second PET/cyclotron facility is currently being developed in the Nuclear Medicine Department, Huashan Hospital, Shanghai Medical University. The most common clinical Nuclear Medicine applications are in oncological, cardiovascular, cerebrovascular and neuropsychiatric disorders

  9. Nuclear medicine and mathematics

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    1996-01-01

    The purpose of this review is not to present a comprehensive description of all the mathematical tools used in nuclear medicine, but to emphasize the importance of the mathematical method in nuclear medicine and to elucidate some of the mathematical concepts currently used. We can distinguish three different areas in which mathematical support has been offered to nuclear medicine: Physiology, methodology and data processing. Nevertheless, the boundaries between these areas can be indistinct. It is impossible in a single article to give even an idea of the extent and complexity of the procedures currently usede in nuclear medicine, such as image processing, reconstruction from projections and artificial intelligence. These disciplines do not belong to nuclear medicine: They are already branches of engineering, and my interest will reside simply in revealing a little of the elegance and the fantastic potential of these new 'allies' of nuclear medicine. In this review the mathematics of physiological interpretation and methodology are considered together in the same section. General aspects of data-processing methods, including image processing and artificial intelligence, are briefly analysed. The mathematical tools that are most often used to assist the interpretation of biological phenomena in nuclear medicine are considered; these include convolution and deconvolution methods, Fourier analysis, factorial analysis and neural networking. (orig.)

  10. Taking medicines to treat tuberculosis

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    Tuberculosis - medicines; DOT; Directly observed therapy; TB - medicines ... Ellner JJ. Tuberculosis. In: Goldman L, Schafer AI, eds. Goldman-Cecil Medicine . 25th ed. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier Saunders; 2016:chap 324. ...

  11. Women and Diabetes -- Diabetes Medicines

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    ... Audience For Women Women's Health Topics Women and Diabetes - Diabetes Medicines Share Tweet Linkedin Pin it More sharing ... 1-800-332-1088 to request a form. Diabetes Medicines The different kinds of diabetes medicines are ...

  12. American Academy of Oral Medicine

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    ... Statements Newsletters AAOM: Representing the Discipline of Oral Medicine Oral Medicine is the discipline of dentistry concerned with the ... offers credentialing, resources and professional community for oral medicine practitioners. Our membership provides care to thousands. We ...

  13. Medicine's Life Inside the Body

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    ... All Articles | Inside Life Science Home Page A Medicine's Life Inside the Body By Alison Davis Posted ... field that studies how the body reacts to medicines and how medicines affect the body. Scientists funded ...

  14. HIV Medicines and Side Effects

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    ... Apps skip to content Side Effects of HIV Medicines Home Understanding HIV/AIDS Fact Sheets HIV Medicines ... p.m. ET) Send us an email HIV Medicines and Side Effects Last Reviewed: October 9, 2017 ...

  15. Integrative medicine for cancer treatment

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    ... page: //medlineplus.gov/ency/patientinstructions/000932.htm Integrative medicine for cancer treatment To use the sharing features ... This is why many people turn to integrative medicine. Integrative medicine (IM) refers to any type of ...

  16. Your Radiologist Explains Nuclear Medicine

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  18. Alternative Medicine and Your Child

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    ... for Educators Search English Español Complementary and Alternative Medicine KidsHealth / For Parents / Complementary and Alternative Medicine What's ... why it works. How CAM Differs From Traditional Medicine CAM is frequently distinguished by its holistic methods, ...

  19. Your Radiologist Explains Nuclear Medicine

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  20. Practical nuclear medicine

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    Gemmell, Howard G; Sharp, Peter F

    2006-01-01

    Nuclear medicine plays a crucial role in patient care, and this book is an essential guide for all practitioners to the many techniques that inform clinical management. The first part covers the scientific basis of nuclear medicine, the rest of the book deals with clinical applications. Diagnostic imaging has an increasingly important role in patient management and, despite advances in other modalities (functional MRI and spiral CT), nuclear medicine continues to make its unique contribution by its ability to demonstrate physiological function. This book is also expanded by covering areas of d

  1. Nuclear Medicine Annual, 1989

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    Freeman, L.M.; Weissmann, H.S.

    1989-01-01

    Among the highlights of Nuclear Medicine Annual, 1989 are a status report on the thyroid scan in clinical practice, a review of functional and structural brain imaging in dementia, an update on radionuclide renal imaging in children, and an article outlining a quality assurance program for SPECT instrumentation. Also included are discussions on current concepts in osseous sports and stress injury scintigraphy and on correlative magnetic resonance and radionuclide imaging of bone. Other contributors assess the role of nuclear medicine in clinical decision making and examine medicolegal and regulatory aspects of nuclear medicine

  2. Medicine through the ages.

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    Majumdar, S K

    1994-01-01

    History of medicine chronologically traces its development from guesswork about the actions of prehistoric man through the centuries to some aspects of the present day. The intellectual and cultural centres of the world have moved over time to time from place to place. In earlier times all knowledge was part of a conglomerate which one polymath might be able to master in a way no longer open to anyone now. The history of medicine through the ages has been presented here under different subdivisions, such as The Past, The Middle Ages, The Twelfth century Renaissance and Medicine and the Renaissance (Newton's century) etc.

  3. Métodos de control en sistemas domóticos: últimas tendencias en sistemas distribuidos

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    Moreno Navarro, I.

    1999-02-01

    Full Text Available Control systems lie amongst the most difficult issues to be tackled when it comes to designing home automation systems. Two classical tendencies may be considered to solve this problem. The first one consists of a centralised control system, whereas the second option advocates for a distributed network, where piece would take up certain responsibilities in the control of the whole system. In this paper we analyse some of the latest developments as regards programming distributed networks, focusing on home automation, specially Java and the latest Jini environments have dramatically improved the potential of such kind of distributed systems, thanks to them, it is possible to build a heterogeneous network including devices from different brands which work in collaborative systems, thus avoiding complex configurations.

    Uno de los aspectos más delicados a la hora de diseñar un sistema domótico es el que se refiere al modelo de control que deseamos establecer. Podemos considerar dos tendencias clásicas: la que trata de establecer un control centralizado del sistema y la que propone un control mucho más descentralizado, donde cada aparato seria responsable de cierta parte de la gestión del control ejercido sobre toda la red. En este articulo tratamos de profundizar en las últimas novedades aparecidas en el campo de la programación de los controladores asociados a una red domótica, en particular Java y el más reciente Jini, que aportan una serie de soluciones que facilitan la compatibilidad entre dispositivos de distintos fabricantes y apuestan claramente por una arquitectura de tipo distribuido, dotando a las redes domóticas de una flexibilidad y un potencial de crecimiento inusitados.

  4. Essentials of periodontal medicine in preventive medicine

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    Minkle Gulati

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Influence of systemic disorders on periodontal diseases is well established. However, of growing interest is the effect of periodontal diseases on numerous systemic diseases or conditions like cardiovascular disease, cerebrovascular disease, diabetes, pre-term low birth weight babies, preeclampsia, respiratory infections and others including osteoporosis, cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, erectile dysfunction, Alzheimer′s disease, gastrointestinal disease, prostatitis, renal diseases, which has also been scientifically validated. This side of the oral-systemic link has been termed Periodontal Medicine and is potentially of great public health significance, as periodontal disease is largely preventable and in many instances readily treatable, hence, providing many new opportunities for preventing and improving prognosis of several systemic pathologic conditions. This review article highlights the importance of prevention and treatment of periodontal diseases as an essential part of preventive medicine to circumvent its deleterious effects on general health.

  5. Interfaces para sistemas de domótica

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    Dissertação de Mestrado em Engenharia Electrotécnica e de Computadores A domótica é uma tecnologia que tem sido beneficiada com a evolução das áreas de automação e sistemas de informação, permitindo controlar e automatizar, local ou remotamente, as funções dos equipamentos de uma habitação, através de um sistema central. Existem vários protocolos que permitem a comunicação de dados entre os equipamentos de um sistema domótico, entre eles o KNX, X10, ZigBee, Wi-Fi entre outros, que são a...

  6. Sistema embarcado para monitoramento de harpia (Harpia harpyja)

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    PANTOJA, Breno Ramos

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    Esta dissertação consiste no projeto e implementação parcial de um sistema integrado de monitoramento da ave Harpia (Harpia harpyja), espécie encontrada na Amazônia, Cerrado e Mata Atlântica. O sistema de monitoramento é estruturado em três etapas: coleta, armazenamento e transmissão de dados. A primeira etapa consiste na coleta de dados a partir de sensores, podendo detectar a presença de pássaros no ninho, também o sistema conta com o auxílio de uma câmera responsável pela captura de vídeo ...

  7. Interface: Sistema orientado à visualização

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    Full Text Available A criação de ambientes interativos para multiplataformas implica necessariamente o design de interface. Este artigo está dedicado às questões relativas à interface humano-computador cujas funções são definidas como sistema. Este apresenta atributos específicos que, neste caso, são tratados no contexto dos sistemas humano-máquina. Para que ambos os elementos possam interagir, é preciso haver um objetivo, ou seja, uma tarefa comum. Em função disso, as interfaces de usuário são observadas pela perspectiva do sistema humano-tarefa-computador, cujas interações são fundamentais para a compreensão da interface computacional.  

  8. SISTEMAS DE CONTROL DE RESPUESTA SÍSMICA EN EDIFICACIONES

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    Full Text Available En este artículo se presenta un compendio del tema de los sistemas de control de respuesta sísmica en edificaciones. Se realiza una presentación general del concepto físico de balance de energía en un sistema estructural, se identifican los diferentes tipos de energía y se relacionan los sistemas para el control de respuesta sísmica con el tipo de energía que disipan. Se presentan algunos ejemplos de los tipos de dispositivos comerciales más usados en el mundo para el control de respuesta sísmica de edificaciones.

  9. Sistema de adquisición y procesamiento de audio

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    El objetivo de este proyecto es el diseño y la implementación de una plataforma para un sistema de procesamiento de audio. El sistema recibirá una señal de audio analógica desde una fuente de audio, permitirá realizar un tratamiento digital de dicha señal y generará una señal procesada que se enviará a unos altavoces externos. Para la realización del sistema de procesamiento se empleará: - Un dispositivo FPGA de Lattice, modelo MachX02-7000-HE, en la cual estarán todas la...

  10. arroz rojo (Oryza sativa L. en dos sistemas de labranza

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    Full Text Available A lo largo de cuatro ciclos de cultivo de arroz anegado, entre los años 2003 y 2004, en la Hacienda El Pelón de la Bajura, Liberia, Guanacaste, Costa Rica, se determinó la distribución espacial de las poblaciones de arroz rojo en los sistemas de Siembra Directa sobre Rastrojos (SDR y en Labranza Mecanizada Convencional (LMC. Mediante levantamientos de malezas ubicados en puntos fijos a nivel de campo y con ayuda del programa Surfer, se logró construir mapas georeferenciales de dichas poblaciones. El sistema SDR logró disminuir el ritmo de crecimiento de las poblaciones, facilitando su manejo, por lo contrario el sistema LMC, favoreció: la distribución, el aumento y la densidad de las poblaciones de arroz rojo en el campo. Los mapas de georeferencia facilitarían la toma de decisiones en el manejo integrado del arroz rojo

  11. Modelado de sistemas complejos mediante simulación basada en agentes y mediante dinámica de sistemas

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    LUIS R. IZQUIERDO

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    Full Text Available Este trabajo compara dos técnicas de modelado de sistemas complejos: la simulación basada en agentes y la dinámica de sistemas. Esta comparación se lleva a cabo dentro del marco general del proceso de modelado científico. Los autores concluyen que la principal diferencia entre las dos metodologías se encuentra en el proceso de abstracción que cada una de ellas realiza para construir el modelo formal a partir del sistema complejo observado. Esta diferencia inicial se extiende a las restantes etapas del proceso de modelado científico. Finalmente, se indican los principales factores y las propiedades generales de un sistema complejo que hacen que una u otra técnica sea más relevante, aunque los autores destacan que, en la mayoría de los casos, modelizar un mismo sistema mediante las dos técnicas es la solución idónea.

  12. [Integrative medicine development in China: enlightenment from Kampo medicine].

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    Gao, Peng-fei

    2011-10-01

    Japanese Kampo medicine has made huge progress in the 300-year development, especially in Kampo education, research and development of Kampo medicinal drugs, and industrialization and internationalization of Kampo medicine in recent 30 years. Based on the study of Japanese Kampo medicine, this article discussed some characteristics of Kampo medicine. For example, the emphasis of Kampo medicine research is the effectiveness and scientificalness; classical prescriptions are the main application in Kampo medicine while it also values correspondence between prescription and syndrome as well as abdomen examination; Kampo medicine emphasized the continuity of education after graduation; international development is accelerating in the research of Kampo medicinal drugs. Such a development strategy of Kampo medicine may benefit the development of integrative medicine in China.

  13. Control lineal robusto de sistemas no lineales diferencialmente planos

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    Hebertt Sira-Ramirez

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Resumen: En este trabajo se proponen controladores basados en observadores lineales para el control robusto de una clase amplia de sistemas no lineales conocidos como sistemas diferencialmente planos, sean estos monovariables o multivariables. Se establece primeramente el modelo dinámico entrada - salida plana, simplificándolo a un modelo de carácter no fenomenológico que solamente considera como elementos claves en el diseño del controlador el orden de integración del sistema y el factor de ganancia de entrada, en el caso monovariable, y, los órdenes de los subsistemas de integración de Kronecker y la matriz de ganancias del vector de entradas en el caso multivariable. El resto de las no linealidades, dependientes del estado o de naturaleza exógena, son consideradas, en general, como perturbaciones desconocidas pero acotadas que toman valores en el tiempo. Se demuestra que estas perturbaciones son algebraicamente observables, permitiendo su determinación aproximada mediante observadores lineales de orden arbitrario. Estos observadores, llamados observadores GPI, incluyen modelos internos que representan polinomios en el tiempo, cuya actualización es de índole automática, permitiendo aproximaciones arbitrariamente cercanas a las perturbaciones desconocidas. El diseño del controlador se reduce entonces a lograr la cancelación de las perturbaciones aditivas a la vez de imponer una dinámica lineal en lazo cerrado mediante realimentación de estados estimados, los cuales se obtienen directamente del mismo observador lineal propuesto. Se presenta un ejemplo de simulación que considera un sistema físico no lineal de complejidad reconocida. También se incluyen resultados experimentales sobre dos prototipos de laboratorio. Palabras Clave: Rechazo a perturbaciones, Realimentación lineal de salida, Sistemas linealizables, Observadores, Sistemas no lineales

  14. American Academy of Pain Medicine

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  15. Standardization of tests of quality control with the aid of quality tools used in management systems of processes at the Sector of Nuclear Medicine of the University Hospital of Santa Maria, Rio Grande do Sul;Padronizacao de testes de controle de qualidade com o auxilio de ferramentas da qualidade utilizadas em sistemas de gerenciamento de processos, junto ao Setor de Medicina Nuclear do Hospital Universitario de Santa Maria, RS

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    Da Cas, E.V.; Weis, G.L.; Bahunhardt, T.; Shuch, L.A. [Hospital Universitario de Santa Maria, RS (Brazil). Servico de Fisica Medica; Lopes, L.F.D. [Universidade Federal de Santa Maria (UFSM), RS (Brazil). Dept. de Estatistica. Programa de Pos-Graduacao em Engenharia de Producao

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    This work tries to standardize the tests of quality control at the Sector of Nuclear Medicine at the University Hospital of Santa Maria, using tools of the quality used in systems of management of processes such as, PDCA, brainstorming, diagram of cause and effect (Ishikawa), 5W2H, verifying list and fluxogram. The tests of quality control refer to the scintillation camera (center of rotation, intrinsic uniformity, intrinsic spatial resolution and linearity, energy resolution for each radionuclide), to the dose calibrator (accuracy, reproducibility and linearity), to the Geiger-Mueller detector (reproducibility of the detector). (author)

  16. Medicinal ethnobotany in Huacareta (Chuquisaca, Bolivia

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    Quiroga Rodrigo

    2012-08-01

    results presented can be used as a base for subsequent work related to traditional medicine and its contribution to allopathic medicine in San Pablo de Huacareta. Resumen Introducción El objetivo del presente estudio fue documentar los tipos de enfermedades tratadas mediante el uso de plantas medicinales, sus aplicaciones principales y también tener un reporte de las enfermedades mayormente atendidas en el Hospital de San Pablo de Huacareta (Chuquisaca, Bolivia. Métodos Se realizaron encuestas semiestructuradas a 10 informantes locales anotando los usos atribuidos a sus plantas medicinales, se agruparon las plantas por categorías de enfermedades tratadas en la medicina tradicional. Se obtuvieron reportes de casos tratados en el Hospital de Huacareta para poder relacionar el tratamiento de enfermedades recurrentes en la zona entre la medicina tradicional y la medicina occidental. Resultados Se reportaron 91 especies nativas y exóticas, además de un espécimen indeterminado exótico que intervienen en un total de 258 aplicaciones medicinales, las cuales son empleadas en un total de 13 categorías de enfermedades. Los desórdenes gastrointestinales (55% son mayormente tratados mediante plantas medicinales, seguidas de las afecciones al sistema esqueleto-muscular (25% y enfermedades dermatológicas (24%. La información del Hospital indica que las enfermedades más frecuentes son Infecciones Respiratorias Agudas (47% y Enfermedades Diarreicas Agudas (37%. Los remedios vegetales se emplean en forma de infusiones y cocciones principalmente. Se emplean mayormente plantas nativas, también se introdujo en la farmacopea médica el uso de plantas exóticas al lugar. Conclusiones El tratamiento de trastornos gastrointestinales constituye el objetivo primordial de la etnobotánica médica de los habitantes de Huacareta, las enfermedades del sistema respiratorio, son mayormente tratadas en el Hospital. Observando los datos del libro de consultas del Hospital, se puede inferir

  17. Medicinal ethnobotany in Huacareta (Chuquisaca, Bolivia)

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    2012-01-01

    used as a base for subsequent work related to traditional medicine and its contribution to allopathic medicine in San Pablo de Huacareta. Resumen Introducción El objetivo del presente estudio fue documentar los tipos de enfermedades tratadas mediante el uso de plantas medicinales, sus aplicaciones principales y también tener un reporte de las enfermedades mayormente atendidas en el Hospital de San Pablo de Huacareta (Chuquisaca, Bolivia). Métodos Se realizaron encuestas semiestructuradas a 10 informantes locales anotando los usos atribuidos a sus plantas medicinales, se agruparon las plantas por categorías de enfermedades tratadas en la medicina tradicional. Se obtuvieron reportes de casos tratados en el Hospital de Huacareta para poder relacionar el tratamiento de enfermedades recurrentes en la zona entre la medicina tradicional y la medicina occidental. Resultados Se reportaron 91 especies nativas y exóticas, además de un espécimen indeterminado exótico que intervienen en un total de 258 aplicaciones medicinales, las cuales son empleadas en un total de 13 categorías de enfermedades. Los desórdenes gastrointestinales (55%) son mayormente tratados mediante plantas medicinales, seguidas de las afecciones al sistema esqueleto-muscular (25%) y enfermedades dermatológicas (24%). La información del Hospital indica que las enfermedades más frecuentes son Infecciones Respiratorias Agudas (47%) y Enfermedades Diarreicas Agudas (37%). Los remedios vegetales se emplean en forma de infusiones y cocciones principalmente. Se emplean mayormente plantas nativas, también se introdujo en la farmacopea médica el uso de plantas exóticas al lugar. Conclusiones El tratamiento de trastornos gastrointestinales constituye el objetivo primordial de la etnobotánica médica de los habitantes de Huacareta, las enfermedades del sistema respiratorio, son mayormente tratadas en el Hospital. Observando los datos del libro de consultas del Hospital, se puede inferir que los des

  18. El sistema de partidos de cataluña

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    Gema Sánchez Medero

    2011-01-01

    : El artículo realiza una radiografía del sistema de partidos políticos de Cataluña, fijando las características sobre el que gira el mismo. Inicialmente presenta un análisis de la evolución del sistema de partidos desde las primeras elecciones autonómicas hasta las últimas celebradas en noviembre de 2010. En una segunda parte estudia el peso que ha tenido cada una de las fuerzas catalanes en cada uno de los comicios que se han celebrado desde 1980 hasta 2010, fijando una serie...

  19. Calidad en el desarrollo de Sistemas de Software

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    Pesado, Patricia Mabel; Bertone, Rodolfo Alfredo; Esponda, Silvia; Pasini, Ariel C.; Martorelli, Sabrina Lorena

    2010-01-01

    El objetivo del subproyecto “Calidad en el desarrollo de Sistemas de Software" es analizar, investigar y desarrollar propuestas en temas relacionados con el aseguramiento de la calidad en cada una de las etapas del desarrollo de Sistemas de Software. En particular se ha trabajado y estudiado las normas de calidad más ampliamente difundidas, líneas ISO y CMMI, y su incidencia en entornos como la pequeña y mediana industria de nuestro país. Desde el año 2006, se ha trabajado en la adecuación...

  20. Debido proceso, sistemas y reforma del proceso penal

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    Teresa Armenta Deu

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo se propone examinar los modelos de procesos penales de los movimientos de reforma que se establecieron en las últimas décadas del siglo XX, en los países iberoamericanos. Para ello, primero se enfatiza las características históricas de cada sistema, poniendo de relieve la importancia de no confundir el acusatorio con el adversarial, rechazando la coincidencia entre los sistemas actuales y mixto inquisitivo histórico. Apoya la importancia de la igualdad de armas y e del contradictoria en la búsqueda de un equilibrio entre los modelos de procedimiento.

  1. Linfoma do sistema nervoso central: ensaio iconográfico

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    Fabiano Reis

    2013-04-01

    Full Text Available Ilustramos este ensaio iconográfico de linfoma do sistema nervoso central com imagens de ressonância magnética obtidas em nosso serviço nos últimos 13 anos e discutimos algumas das principais características radiológicas deste tipo de linfoma, primário e secundário. O linfoma sistema nervoso central é um tumor relativamente infrequente, mas alguns achados na ressonância magnética podem sugerir este diagnóstico.

  2. Debido proceso, sistemas y reforma del proceso penal

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    Teresa Armenta Deu

    2015-01-01

    Este artículo se propone examinar los modelos de procesos penales de los movimientos de reforma que se establecieron en las últimas décadas del siglo XX, en los países iberoamericanos. Para ello, primero se enfatiza las características históricas de cada sistema, poniendo de relieve la importancia de no confundir el acusatorio con el adversarial, rechazando la coincidencia entre los sistemas actuales y mixto inquisitivo histórico. Apoya la importancia de la igualdad de armas y e del contradic...

  3. Desarrollo histórico del sistema sanitario de Ecuador

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    Castillo Morocho, Silvia

    2015-01-01

    En este trabajo se describen las condiciones de salud de Ecuador y con mayor detalle, las características del sistema ecuatoriano de salud, incluyendo su estructura y cobertura, programas de salud, fuentes de financiamiento, los recursos físicos, materiales y humanos de los que dispone, las tareas de rectoría que desarrolla el Ministerio de Salud Pública. La República de Ecuador no escapó de los efectos de las sucesivas crisis económicas, y su sistema de salud estuvo marcado por más de 15 ...

  4. Sistemas Correctores de Campo Para EL Telescopio Cassegrain IAC80

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    Galan, M. J.; Cobos, F. J.

    1987-05-01

    El proyecto de instrumentación de mayor importancia que ha tenido el Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias en los últimos afios ha sido el diseflo y construcción del te1escopio IAC8O. Este requería del esfuerzo con junto en mec´nica, óptica y electrónica, lo que facilitó la estructuración y el crecimiento de los respectivos grupos de trabajo, que posteriormente se integraron en departamentos En su origen (1977), el telescopio IAC80 fue concebido como un sistema clásico tipo Cassegrain, con una razón focal F/i 1.3 para el sistema Casse grain y una razón focal F/20 para el sistema Coudé. Posteriormente, aunque se mantuvo la filosofia de que el sistema básico fuera el F/11.3, se consideró conveniente el diseño de secundarios para razones focales F/16 y F/32, y se eliminó el de F/20. Sin embargo, dada la importancia relativa que un foco estrictamente fotográfico tiene en un telescopio moderno, diseñado básicamente para fotometría fotoeléctrica y con un campo util mínimamente de 40 minutos de arco, se decídió Ilevar a cabo el diseño de un secundario F/8 con un sistema corrector de campo, pero que estuviera formado únicamente por lentes con superficies esféricas para que asl su construcción fuera posible en España ó en México. La creciente utilización de detectores bidimensionales para fines de investigación astron6mica y la viabilidad de que en un futuro cercano éstos tengan un área sensible cada vez mayor, hicieron atractiva la idea de tener diseñado un sistema corrector de campo para el foco primario (F/3), con un campo útil mínimo de un grado, y también con la limitante de que sus componentes tuvieron sólamente supérficies esféricas. Ambos diseños de los sis-temas correctores de campo se llevaron a cabo, en gran medida, como parte de un proyecto de colaboración e intercambio en el área de diseño y evaluación de sistemas ópticos.

  5. Interacciones radiculares en sistemas agroforestales: mecanismos y opciones de manejo

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    F. Casanova; L. Ramírez; F. Solorio

    2007-01-01

    Los sistemas agroforestales (SAF) son una forma de uso de la tierra en donde las leñosas interactúan con los cultivos y/o animales, con la finalidad de diversificar y optimizar la producción de manera sostenida. Sin embargo, estos sistemas tienen limitantes originados por una combinación inadecuada de las diferentes especies, lo que resulta en competencia entre ellas. Las características radiculares de las especies leñosas tienen un papel importante en el éxito de l...

  6. Sistemas de software distribuidos y bases de datos distribuidas

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    Pesado, Patricia Mabel; Ramón, Hugo Dionisio; Thomas, Pablo Javier; Boracchia, Marcos; Champredonde, Raúl; Pasini, Ariel C.; Chichizola, Franco; Iglesias, Marina; Marrero, Luciano; Albanesi, María Bernarda; Delía, Lisandro Nahuel; Ricci, Guillermo

    2006-01-01

    El proyecto de investigación y desarrollo en Sistemas de Software Distribuido, abarca aspectos que van desde los fundamentos del desarrollo (Técnicas de Ingeniería de Requerimientos, Metodologías de Gestión y Desarrollo de Proyectos, Técnicas de Planificación, Métricas, Normas de Calidad, Web-Systems) hasta la concepción de aplicaciones específicas orientadas a los procesos industriales (Sistemas de Planeamiento de Producción, Control Industrial en tiempo real), procesos de E-government (Voto...

  7. Calidad en el desarrollo de Sistemas de Software

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    Pesado, Patricia Mabel; Bertone, Rodolfo Alfredo; Ramón, Hugo Dionisio; Pasini, Ariel C.; Esponda, Silvia; Alonso, Laura Mabel

    2006-01-01

    El proyecto de investigación y desarrollo “Sistemas de Software Distribuidos. Aplicaciones en procesos industriales, E-government y E-learning” abarca aspectos que van desde los fundamentos del desarrollo (Técnicas de Ingeniería de requerimientos, Metodologías de Gestión y Desarrollo de Proyectos, Técnicas de Planificación, Métricas, Normas de Calidad, Web-Systems) hasta la concepción de aplicaciones específicas orientadas a los procesos industriales (sistemas de planeamiento industrial, cont...

  8. Linfoma Primitivo do Sistema Nervoso Central em Doente com Sida

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    Bau, J; Teotónio, R; Pacheco, MH; Mafra, M; Coutinho, F

    1993-01-01

    O aumento da incidência do linfoma cerebral primitivo parece ser real em pessoas imunologicamente normais. Contudo, os linfomas do sistema nervoso central têm uma muito maior incidência em doentes imunodeprimidos tais como os submetidos a transplantes cardíacos ou renais, doentes com deficiência de IgA ou síndrome de Wiskott-Aldrich. Assim, não é surpreendente o aumento da predisposição dos doentes com a síndrome de imunodeficiência adquirida para os linfomas do sistema nervoso central, se...

  9. Ambientalismo y desarrollo sustentable: tramas del sistema capitalista

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    2011-07-01

    Full Text Available El presente trabajo tiene un doble propósito: analizar la invención del Desarrollo Sustentable y su trayecto como discurso dominante en América Latina y el Caribe; por un lado; y por fijar las formas discursivas que configura el sistema capitalista en la retórica del desarrollo. Se describe cómo operan dichos discursos en la fabricación de sujetos y prácticas sociales. El texto analiza los mecanismos que aseguran lo que denomino la forma ideológica del sistema capitalista en el discurso de la sustentabilidad.

  10. SISTEMA DE INFORMACIÓN UNIVERSITARIA - PROGRAMA SIU

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    Gurmendi, María de Luján

    2000-01-01

    La Secretaría de Educación Superior, SES, organizó el “Sistema de Información Universitaria - SIU” como parte del Programa de Reforma de la Educación Superior – PRES El objetivo del Programa SIU es dotar al sistema de educación superior, Universidades Nacionales y SES de elementos que permitan mejorar la calidad de la información, entendiéndose por calidad la confiabilidad, completitud, disponibilidad e integridad. Al inicio del proyecto se destacan la heterogeneidad de las 37 Universidades N...

  11. Vetor de sucesso: abordagem de um pmo no sistema eletrobras

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    Arduino, Eduardo Gurgel do Amaral

    2015-01-01

    O objeto do estudo foi elaborar uma modelo estrutural completo dos fatores que influenciam o sucesso da atua??o do PMO e que benef?cios essa atua??o positiva traria para a gest?o de projetos no Sistema Eletrobras e a partir disso, realizar um aperfei?oamento do modelo estrutural por meio de m?todos estat?sticos. Para isso foi realizado uma pesquisa de campo (survey) no intuito de levantar dados junto aos profissionais envolvidos em Gest?o de Projetos dentro do Sistema Eletrobras, a partir do ...

  12. Evaluación de un sistema experimental de acuaponia

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    M. García-Ulloa; C. León; F. Hernández; R. Chavéz

    2005-01-01

    Se evaluó un sistema experimental de acuaponia, incorporando la producción de tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus) y pepino (Cucumis sativus) durante 75 días. Los peces (90 g de peso promedio inicial) se mantuvieron en un tanque de 500 l, a una densidad de 0.6 peces/litro, mientras que 40 plántulas de pepino se sembraron en 2 camas de arena estéril. Las plantas se regaron con agua de desecho de las tilapias, con un sistema de recirculación de agua. Cada semana se registraron las concentraciones ...

  13. Ambientalismo y desarrollo sustentable: tramas del sistema capitalista

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    Raúl Pérez Verdi

    2011-01-01

    El presente trabajo tiene un doble propósito: analizar la invención del Desarrollo Sustentable y su trayecto como discurso dominante en América Latina y el Caribe; por un lado; y por fijar las formas discursivas que configura el sistema capitalista en la retórica del desarrollo. Se describe cómo operan dichos discursos en la fabricación de sujetos y prácticas sociales. El texto analiza los mecanismos que aseguran lo que denomino la forma ideológica del sistema capitalista en el discurso de la...

  14. Tecnología de sistemas de control

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    Angulo Bahón, Cecilio; Raya Giner, Cristóbal

    2004-01-01

    Tecnología de sistemas de control presenta la ingeniería de control que enlaza los conocimientos analíticos de la regulación con los dispositivos en el mercado para sintonizar de forma empírica, basándose en especificaciones analíticas de control. Siguiendo el esquema básico de diseño de los sistemas de control, se utiliza el entorno MATLAB para profundizar en los diferentes elementos de regulación y actuación mediante ejemplos y ejercicios prácticos. Además, se aporta información relacionada...

  15. Sistemas de Inteligencia Web basados en redes sociales

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    Rosa Troyano, Fco. Fernando de la; Martínez Gasca, Rafael

    2007-01-01

    El Análisis de las Redes Sociales (ARS) es un área que está emergiendo como imprescindible en los procesos de toma de decisiones. Su capacidad para analizar e intervenir una red social puede ser aprovechada para implantar tareas de vigilancia en los sistemas de inteligencia de un centro de investigación o una empresa de base tecnológica. El objetivo de este trabajo es realizar una propuesta para diseñar sistemas de inteligencia web basados en redes sociales. El primer obstáculo para implantar...

  16. Medicines for back pain

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    ... narcotics, do not drink alcohol, drive, or operate heavy machinery. MUSCLE RELAXANTS Your provider may prescribe a medicine ... medical conditions worse. Do not drive or operate heavy machinery while taking muscle relaxants. Do not drink alcohol ...

  17. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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  20. Weight-loss medicines

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    Prescription weight loss drugs; Diabetes - weight loss drugs; Obesity - weight loss drugs; Overweight - weight loss drugs ... Several weight-loss medicines are available. About 5 to 10 pounds (2 to 4.5 kilograms) can be lost by ...

  1. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... of page How does the nuclear medicine procedure work? With ordinary x-ray examinations, an image is ... The exception to this is if the child’s mother is pregnant. When the examination is completed, your ...

  2. Fluorine in medicinal chemistry.

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    Swallow, Steven

    2015-01-01

    Since its first use in the steroid field in the late 1950s, the use of fluorine in medicinal chemistry has become commonplace, with the small electronegative fluorine atom being a key part of the medicinal chemist's repertoire of substitutions used to modulate all aspects of molecular properties including potency, physical chemistry and pharmacokinetics. This review will highlight the special nature of fluorine, drawing from a survey of marketed fluorinated pharmaceuticals and the medicinal chemistry literature, to illustrate key concepts exploited by medicinal chemists in their attempts to optimize drug molecules. Some of the potential pitfalls in the use of fluorine will also be highlighted. © 2015 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

  3. Emergency medicine in space.

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    Stewart, Lowan H; Trunkey, Donald; Rebagliati, G Steve

    2007-01-01

    Recent events, including the development of space tourism and commercial spaceflight, have increased the need for specialists in space medicine. With increased duration of missions and distance from Earth, medical and surgical events will become inevitable. Ground-based medical support will no longer be adequate when return to Earth is not an option. Pending the inclusion of sub-specialists, clinical skills and medical expertise will be required that go beyond those of current physician-astronauts, yet are well within the scope of Emergency Medicine. Emergency physicians have the necessary broad knowledge base as well as proficiency in basic surgical skills and management of the critically ill and injured. Space medicine shares many attributes with extreme conditions and environments that many emergency physicians already specialize in. This article is an introduction to space medicine, and a review of current issues in the emergent management of medical and surgical disease during spaceflight.

  4. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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  6. Nuclear medicine and AIDS

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    1990-01-01

    Nuclear medicine has a central role to play in the diagnosis of the malignant and infectious conditions. This article reviews the role of radionuclide studies in the diagnosis of HIV-related disease. (orig./MG)

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    Full Text Available ... endocrine, neurological disorders and other abnormalities within the body. Because nuclear medicine procedures are able to pinpoint molecular activity within the body, they offer the potential to identify disease in ...

  8. National Library of Medicine

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    ... Catalog & Services History of Medicine Online Exhibitions & Digital Projects Information for Publishers Visit the Library Health Information in Other Languages Research at NLM Human Genome Resources Biomedical Research & Informatics Environmental Health & Toxicology Health Services Research & Public Health ...

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    Full Text Available ... beforehand, especially if sedation is to be used. Most nuclear medicine exams will involve an injection in ... PET/CT, SPECT/CT and PET/MR) are most often used in children with cancer, epilepsy and ...

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    Full Text Available ... often unattainable using other imaging procedures. For many diseases, nuclear medicine scans yield the most useful information needed to make a diagnosis or to determine appropriate treatment, if any. Risks ...

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  12. Nanotechnology: The Future Medicine

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    Saini, Rajiv; Saini, Santosh; Sharma, Sugandha

    2010-01-01

    Nanotechnology is an exciting new area in science, with many possible applications in medicine. This article seeks to outline the role of different areas such as diagnosis of diseases, drug delivery, imaging, and so on. PMID:20606992

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    Full Text Available Nanotechnology is an exciting new area in science, with many possible applications in medicine. This article seeks to outline the role of different areas such as diagnosis of diseases, drug delivery, imaging, and so on.

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  15. Estrogenicity of Medicinal Botanicals

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    Medicinal botanicals PLANT EXTRACTS have been used for centuries to relieve various gynecological symptoms, and are of increasing interest to those seeking alternative health care and self-treatment...

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    ... Consumer Information by Audience For Women Medicine and Pregnancy Share Tweet Linkedin Pin it More sharing options ... reporting problems to FDA . Sign Up for a Pregnancy Registry Pregnancy Exposure Registries are research studies that ...

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  1. Nanotechnology: The Future Medicine

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    Saini, Rajiv; Saini, Santosh; Sharma, Sugandha

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    Nanotechnology is an exciting new area in science, with many possible applications in medicine. This article seeks to outline the role of different areas such as diagnosis of diseases, drug delivery, imaging, and so on.

  2. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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  6. Folk medicine and horticulture

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    The article discusses the uses of marine organisms in folk medicine and in horticulture in the Philippines. Commonly used marine organisms are the different varieties of seaweeds, sea urchin, sea cucumber, turtle, crocodile and fishes such as grouper and rabbitfish.

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  12. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... diagnostic nuclear medicine procedures result in low radiation exposure, acceptable for diagnostic exams. Thus, the radiation risk ... long-term adverse effects from such low-dose exposure. For more information about safety in pediatric radiology ...

  13. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... organs and tissues in your body. Hybrid imaging techniques (PET/CT, SPECT/CT and PET/MR) are ... equipment look like? The special camera and imaging techniques used in nuclear medicine include the gamma camera ...

  14. The medicine from behind

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    Andel, Van Tinde; Onselen, Van Sabine; Myren, Britt; Towns, Alexandra; Quiroz, Diana

    2015-01-01

    Ethnopharmacological relevance Purgative enemas form an integral part of African traditional medicine. Besides possible benefits, serious health risks of rectal herbal therapy have been described in literature. To design appropriate health education programs, it is essential to understand

  15. Terpenoids for medicine

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    Fischedick, Justin

    2013-01-01

    This thesis is concerns research on monoterpenoids, sesquiterpenoids, and diterpenoids with medicinal properties. Terpenoids from commond herbs as well as Cannabis sativa, Inula britannica, Tanacetum parthenium, and Salvia officinalis were investigated

  16. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... top of page What are the benefits vs. risks? Benefits The information provided by nuclear medicine examinations ... diagnosis or to determine appropriate treatment, if any. Risks Because the doses of radiotracer administered are small, ...

  17. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... bones. liver and gallbladder. gastrointestinal tract. heart. lungs. brain. thyroid. Nuclear medicine scans are typically used to ... differently than when breathing room air or holding his or her breath. With some exams, a catheter ...

  18. Astronomy, Astrology, and Medicine

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    Greenbaum, Dorian Gieseler

    Astronomy and astrology were combined with medicine for thousands of years. Beginning in Mesopotamia in the second millennium BCE and continuing into the eighteenth century, medical practitioners used astronomy/astrology as an important part of diagnosis and prescription. Throughout this time frame, scientists cited the similarities between medicine and astrology, in addition to combining the two in practice. Hippocrates and Galen based medical theories on the relationship between heavenly bodies and human bodies. In an enduring cultural phenomenon, parts of the body as well as diseases were linked to zodiac signs and planets. In Renaissance universities, astronomy and astrology were studied by students of medicine. History records a long tradition of astrologer-physicians. This chapter covers the topic of astronomy, astrology, and medicine from the Old Babylonian period to the Enlightenment.

  19. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... also very helpful. Often, a monitor with children's programming and/or children’s DVDs are available in the ... techniques for a variety of indications, and the functional information gained from nuclear medicine exams is often ...

  20. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... body with nuclear medicine may not be as high as with other imaging techniques, such as CT ... accredited facilities database . This website does not provide cost information. The costs for specific medical imaging tests, ...

  1. Occupational medicine and toxicology

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    2006-02-01

    Full Text Available Abstract This editorial is to announce the Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology, a new Open Access, peer-reviewed, online journal published by BioMed Central. Occupational medicine and toxicology belong to the most wide ranging disciplines of all medical specialties. The field is devoted to the diagnosis, prevention, management and scientific analysis of diseases from the fields of occupational and environmental medicine and toxicology. It also covers the promotion of occupational and environmental health. The complexity of modern industrial processes has dramatically changed over the past years and today's areas include effects of atmospheric pollution, carcinogenesis, biological monitoring, ergonomics, epidemiology, product safety and health promotion. We hope that the launch of the Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology will aid in the advance of these important areas of research bringing together multi-disciplinary research findings.

  2. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... examination table. Sometimes, the gamma camera heads are oriented at a 90 degree angle and placed over ... top of page What are the benefits vs. risks? Benefits The information provided by nuclear medicine examinations ...

  3. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... radiation exposure, acceptable for diagnostic exams. Thus, the radiation risk is very low compared with the potential benefits. Nuclear medicine diagnostic procedures have been used for ...

  4. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... the examination table which slides in between two parallel gamma camera heads that are positioned above and ... not be as high as with other imaging techniques, such as CT or MRI. However, nuclear medicine ...

  5. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... exams at the same time. An emerging imaging technology, but not readily available at this time is ... bones. liver and gallbladder. gastrointestinal tract. heart. lungs. brain. thyroid. Nuclear medicine scans are typically used to ...

  6. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... nuclear medicine imaging uses small amounts of radioactive materials called radiotracers, a special camera and a computer ... medical imaging that uses small amounts of radioactive material to diagnose and determine the severity of or ...

  7. Pregnancy and Medicines

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    ... antibiotics like amoxicillin. Zofran (ondansetron) for nausea Glucophage (metformin) for diabetes Some insulins used to treat diabetes ... know if medicines are safe to use during pregnancy? At this time, drugs are rarely tested for ...

  8. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... of page How does the nuclear medicine procedure work? With ordinary x-ray examinations, an image is ... not experience any discomfort. When swallowed, the radiotracer has little or no taste. If inhaled, your child ...

  9. Submarine Medicine Team

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    Federal Laboratory Consortium — The Submarine Medicine Team conducts basic and applied research on biomedical aspects of submarine and diving environments. It focuses on ways to optimize the health...

  10. NCI Precision Medicine

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    This illustration represents the National Cancer Institute’s support of research to improve precision medicine in cancer treatment, in which unique therapies treat an individual’s cancer based on specific genetic abnormalities of that person’s tumor.

  11. Arts and Medicine

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    Al-Azmeh, Zeina Hazem; Du, Xiangyun

    2018-01-01

    The paper describes the design, delivery and student engagement with a course on Medicine and the Arts offered at a College of Medicine in a Middle Eastern country. The paper shows how the course tries to provide students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to develop an appreciation...... for the Arts, and an understanding of their connection to medicine. Literature shows that such an understanding contributes to sharpening students’ social skills, highlighting focus on the humane aspects of medical practice, and linking professional and ethical behavior with an understanding of human essence...... to disease, death and dying, pain, empathy, and influence the way in which they practice medicine, manage their own emotions, and communicate with patients. 2) Honed their critical thinking skills, creative aptitudes and emotional intelligence. 3) Helped them appreciate the move beyond the binaries that have...

  12. Challenges in sexual medicine

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    Cellek, Selim; Giraldi, Annamaria

    2012-01-01

    The sexual medicine field has been in mode of revolution until recently. Like all other fields of biomedical research, the economic situation around the world has had a negative impact on the field's momentum-research funding bodies, regulatory bodies and pharmaceutical companies seem to have...... placed sexual medicine in their low-priority list. But this is not the only challenge the field is facing. The successful development of phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) inhibitors for treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED) means that research in this area seems to have slowed. However, there remain...... several unmet medical needs within sexual medicine such as premature ejaculation, severe ED and hypoactive sexual desire disorder, which await novel therapeutic approaches. Despite these challenges, research into finding and developing such therapies is likely to continue in the sexual medicine field...

  13. Exercise as medicine

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    Pedersen, Bente Klarlund; Saltin, Bengt

    2015-01-01

    This review provides the reader with the up-to-date evidence-based basis for prescribing exercise as medicine in the treatment of 26 different diseases: psychiatric diseases (depression, anxiety, stress, schizophrenia); neurological diseases (dementia, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis...

  14. Occupational Space Medicine

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    Tarver, William J.

    2012-01-01

    Learning Objectives are: (1) Understand the unique work environment of astronauts. (2) Understand the effect microgravity has on human physiology (3) Understand how NASA Space Medicine Division is mitigating the health risks of space missions.

  15. Alternative and Integrative Medicine

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    ... government and regulatory agencies. In conventional medicine, effective cancer treatment is defined as one that causes a tumor to reduce in size or remain stable. Description Many alternative therapies seek to treat illness by helping the body ...

  16. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... type your comment or suggestion into the following text box: Comment: E-mail: Area code: Phone no: ... Related Articles and Media General Nuclear Medicine Children's (Pediatric) CT ( ...

  17. Biomarkers in Veterinary Medicine.

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    Myers, Michael J; Smith, Emily R; Turfle, Phillip G

    2017-02-08

    This article summarizes the relevant definitions related to biomarkers; reviews the general processes related to biomarker discovery and ultimate acceptance and use; and finally summarizes and reviews, to the extent possible, examples of the types of biomarkers used in animal species within veterinary clinical practice and human and veterinary drug development. We highlight opportunities for collaboration and coordination of research within the veterinary community and leveraging of resources from human medicine to support biomarker discovery and validation efforts for veterinary medicine.

  18. Nuclear tele medicine

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    Vargas, L.; Hernandez, F.; Fernandez, R.

    2005-01-01

    The great majority of the digital images of nuclear medicine are susceptible of being sent through internet. This has allowed that the work in diagnosis cabinets by image it can benefit of this modern technology. We have presented in previous congresses works related with tele medicine, however, due to the speed in the evolution of the computer programs and the internet, becomes necessary to make a current position in this modality of work. (Author)

  19. Acupuncture in Military Medicine

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    2013-01-01

    Soldiers and family members, and to reduce excessive use, or supplement judicious use of pain medications. The Acupuncture in Modern Medicine336 Army ... acupuncture . Acupuncture in Military Medicine http://dx.doi.org/10.5772/55146 331 3. A Holistic approach to pain Complementary and integrative (CI...medical care. More than other CI therapies, acupuncture has undergone a significant integration particularly as a complement to traditional pain manage

  20. Family Medicine Didactics Revisited.

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    Butler, Dennis J; Brocato, Joseph; Yeazel, Mark

    2017-11-01

    All family medicine programs are required to provide specialty-specific didactic conferences for residents. Since a baseline study of family medicine didactic formats was published in 2000, training requirements have changed, core content has evolved, and new teaching strategies have been recommended. The present study examines the characteristics of current family medicine didactics, compares current and past conference format data, and identifies factors affecting content selection. The survey used in the prior conference formats study was distributed to all US family medicine programs. All questions from the original survey were repeated, and items regarding factors affecting conference content and threats to conferences were added. The survey response rate was 66%. The majority of family medicine programs endorse block formats for structuring conferences. Compared to the original study, programs are devoting significantly more hours to didactics on fewer days. Family medicine faculty and residents are responsible for 70% of didactic offerings (also a significant shift), and 87% of programs use a core curriculum. In over 70% of programs, some residents are unavailable for conferences due to work restrictions or service demands. The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education subcompetencies and Milestones have only a moderate impact on topic selection. Family medicine didactics have evolved in the past 15 years with a notable increase in reliance upon core faculty and residents to lead conferences. Reduced availability of residents prevents all residents from having full exposure to the didactic curriculum. Family medicine faculty who are taking greater responsibility for didactics are also faced with increased clinical and administrative duties.

  1. Robotics in medicine

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    Kuznetsov, D. N.; Syryamkin, V. I.

    2015-11-01

    Modern technologies play a very important role in our lives. It is hard to imagine how people can get along without personal computers, and companies - without powerful computer centers. Nowadays, many devices make modern medicine more effective. Medicine is developing constantly, so introduction of robots in this sector is a very promising activity. Advances in technology have influenced medicine greatly. Robotic surgery is now actively developing worldwide. Scientists have been carrying out research and practical attempts to create robotic surgeons for more than 20 years, since the mid-80s of the last century. Robotic assistants play an important role in modern medicine. This industry is new enough and is at the early stage of development; despite this, some developments already have worldwide application; they function successfully and bring invaluable help to employees of medical institutions. Today, doctors can perform operations that seemed impossible a few years ago. Such progress in medicine is due to many factors. First, modern operating rooms are equipped with up-to-date equipment, allowing doctors to make operations more accurately and with less risk to the patient. Second, technology has enabled to improve the quality of doctors' training. Various types of robots exist now: assistants, military robots, space, household and medical, of course. Further, we should make a detailed analysis of existing types of robots and their application. The purpose of the article is to illustrate the most popular types of robots used in medicine.

  2. Personalized Regenerative Medicine

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    Babak Arjmand

    2017-03-01

    Full Text Available Personalized medicine as a novel field of medicine refers to the prescription of specific therapeutics procedure for an individual. This approach has established based on pharmacogenetic and pharmacogenomic information and data. The terms precision and personalized medicines are sometimes applied interchangeably. However, there has been a shift from “personalized medicine” towards “precision medicine”. Although personalized medicine emerged from pharmacogenetics, nowadays it covers many fields of healthcare. Accordingly, regenerative medicine and cellular therapy as the new fields of medicine use cell-based products in order to develop personalized treatments. Different sources of stem cells including mesenchymal stem cells, embryonic stem cells and induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs have been considered in targeted therapies which could give many advantages. iPSCs as the novel and individual pluripotent stem cells have been introduced as the appropriate candidates for personalized cell therapies. Cellular therapies can provide a personalized approach. Because of person-to-person and population differences in the result of stem cell therapy, individualized cellular therapy must be adjusted according to the patient specific profile, in order to achieve best therapeutic results and outcomes. Several factors should be considered to achieve personalized stem cells therapy such as, recipient factors, donor factors, and the overall body environment in which the stem cells could be active and functional. In addition to these factors, the source of stem cells must be carefully chosen based on functional and physical criteria that lead to optimal outcomes.

  3. Personalized Medicine: Ethical Aspects.

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    Sharrer, G Terry

    2017-01-01

    In our time of genome-based personalized medicine, clinical research and clinical medicine are accelerating at a quick pace. Faster and cheaper DNA sequencing and protein profiling, microfluidic devices for capturing blood biomarkers, nanoparticles for precise drug delivery and enhanced imaging, rapid computational analysis of massive data inputs, and other technological wonders coalesce to create a kind of Moore's Law for medicine. Needs are obvious, knowledge grows, capital becomes available, but these factors are not entirely sufficient to make health more achievable. Personalized medicine also requires social acceptability, not only for accuracy and efficacy but also because medicine is a moral domain. This chapter deals with medical ethics that determine the choices a society makes regarding healthcare; and it has not always been a steady, morally correct course of progress. Indeed, medical ethics has largely derived from socio-scientific calamities in the past. Personalized medicine, with its enhanced capacity to access the individuality of illness, must have a continuously evolving feedback mechanism-the most important element being the physician-patient relationship-which is its ethical footing.

  4. Evolución de los sistemas CRISPR-Cas de Escherichia coli y actividad del sistema I-F

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    Almendros, Cristóbal

    2015-01-01

    Las agrupaciones de repeticiones CRISPR (clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats) junto con las proteínas Cas (CRISPR associated) forman los sistemas CRISPR-Cas que constituyen una barrera adaptativa a la entrada de material genético en Bacteria y Archaea. Esta tesis se centra en los sistemas CRISPR-Cas de Escherichia coli, y en especial en el perteneciente al subtipo I-F. En el presente trabajo se ha analizado la secuencia de la región CRISPR I-F de una variedad de cepas de...

  5. Alternativas eficientes para procesamiento y comunicaciones en sistemas de tiempo real

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    Romero, Fernando; Méndez, Mariano; Encinas, Diego; De Giusti, Armando Eduardo; Tinetti, Fernando Gustavo; Medina, Santiago; Pi Puig, Martín; Paniego, Juan Manuel; Dell'Oso, Matías

    2017-01-01

    El objetivo de esta línea de investigación es el estudio y desarrollo de Sistemas de Tiempo Real (STR), en particular, la planificación de tareas y la comunicación en Sistemas Distribuidos de Tiempo Real (SDTR), experimentando con microcontroladores y simulaciones para la adquisición y control de las variables del sistema.

  6. Consideraciones en el ámbito eléctrico para un sistema de bombeo eficiente

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    Urgelles Asensio, Andrés

    2013-01-01

    Este trabajo consiste en integrar la eficiencia del sistema bomba-motor, analizando y proponiendo acciones en la operación conjunta de un sistema de bombeo en un proceso industrial, buscando prolongar la durabilidad del sistema y obteniendo beneficios económicos. Ingeniería Técnica Industrial Industria Ingeniaritza Teknikoa

  7. SISTEMA DE GESTION DE CALIDAD ISO 9001: “JAMONES EL ENCINAR”

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    Castells-Mares, Ana

    2012-01-01

    El objeto del presente trabajo el diseño e implementación de un Sistema de Gestión de Calidad en la organización ficticia de Jamones el Encinar, S.L, y establecer los pasos a seguir para Integrar el Sistema de Gestión de Calidad con otros Sistemas de Gestión.

  8. El Sistema Fundamentals in Practice: An Examination of One Public Elementary School Partnership in the US

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    Simpson Steele, Jamie

    2017-01-01

    El Sistema is a Venezuelan program of social change that has inspired a worldwide movement in music education. El Sistema inspires social transformation and musical excellence to occur simultaneously and symbiotically. This study examines: What does El Sistema look like within the context of a public school partnership in the United States? How do…

  9. Is laboratory medicine ready for the era of personalized medicine?

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    Malentacchi, Francesca; Mancini, Irene; Brandslund, Ivan

    2015-01-01

    in the integration of personalized medicine in routine health care and set the state-of-the-art knowledge about personalized medicine and laboratory medicine in Europe, a questionnaire was constructed under the auspices of the European Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (EFLM) and the European......Developments in "-omics" are creating a paradigm shift in laboratory medicine leading to personalized medicine. This allows the increase in diagnostics and therapeutics focused on individuals rather than populations. In order to investigate whether laboratory medicine is ready to play a key role...... Society of Pharmacogenomics and Personalised Therapy (ESPT). The answers of the participating laboratory medicine professionals indicate that they are aware that personalized medicine can represent a new and promising health model, and that laboratory medicine should play a key role in supporting...

  10. Complementary Therapies and Medicines and Reproductive Medicine.

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    Smith, Caroline A; Armour, Mike; Ee, Carolyn

    2016-03-01

    Complementary therapies and medicines are a broad and diverse range of treatments, and are frequently used by women and their partners during the preconception period to assist with infertility, and to address pregnancy-related conditions. Despite frequent use, the evidence examining the efficacy, effectiveness, and safety for many modalities is lacking, with variable study quality. In this article, we provide an overview of research evidence with the aim of examining the evidence to inform clinical practice. During the preconception period, there is mixed evidence for acupuncture to improve ovulation, or increase pregnancy rates. Acupuncture may improve sperm quality, but there is insufficient evidence to determine whether this results in improved pregnancy and live birth rates. Acupuncture can be described as a low-risk intervention. Chinese and Western herbal medicines may increase pregnancy rates; however, study quality is low. The evaluation of efficacy, effectiveness, and safety during the first trimester of pregnancy has most commonly reported on herbs, supplements, and practices such as acupuncture. There is high-quality evidence reporting the benefits of herbal medicines and acupuncture to treat nausea in pregnancy. The benefit from ginger to manage symptoms of nausea in early pregnancy is incorporated in national clinical guidelines, and vitamin B6 is recommended as a first-line treatment for nausea and vomiting in pregnancy. The safety of ginger and vitamin B6 is considered to be well established, and is based on epidemiological studies. Acupuncture has been shown to reduce back pain and improve function for women in early pregnancy. There is little evidence to support the use of cranberries in pregnancy for prevention of urinary tract infections, and chiropractic treatment for back pain. Overall the numbers of studies are small and of low quality, although the modalities appear to be low risk of harm. Thieme Medical Publishers 333 Seventh Avenue, New

  11. Nuclear medicine resources manual

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    2006-02-01

    Over the past decade many IAEA programmes have significantly enhanced the capabilities of numerous Member States in the field of nuclear medicine. Functional imaging using nuclear medicine procedures has become an indispensable tool for the diagnosis, treatment planning and management of patients. However, due to the heterogeneous growth and development of nuclear medicine in the IAEA's Member States, the operating standards of practice vary considerably from country to country and region to region. This publication is the result of the work of over 30 international professionals who have assisted the IAEA in the process of standardization and harmonization. This manual sets out the prerequisites for the establishment of a nuclear medicine service, including basic infrastructure, suitable premises, reliable supply of electricity, maintenance of a steady temperature, dust exclusion for gamma cameras and radiopharmacy dispensaries. It offers clear guidance on human resources and training needs for medical doctors, technologists, radiopharmaceutical scientists, physicists and specialist nurses in the practice of nuclear medicine. The manual describes the requirements for safe preparation and quality control of radiopharmaceuticals. In addition, it contains essential requirements for maintenance of facilities and instruments, for radiation hygiene and for optimization of nuclear medicine operational performance with the use of working clinical protocols. The result is a comprehensive guide at an international level that contains practical suggestions based on the experience of professionals around the globe. This publication will be of interest to nuclear medicine physicians, radiologists, medical educationalists, diagnostic centre managers, medical physicists, medical technologists, radiopharmacists, specialist nurses, clinical scientists and those engaged in quality assurance and control systems in public health in both developed and developing countries

  12. Plan de Negocios "Sistema Móvil de Control Vehicular"

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    Albani, Mario Alberto

    2013-01-01

    Desarrollo de un plan de negocios para evaluar la viabilidad del proyecto Sistema Móvil de Control Vehicular, manejando diferentes escenarios de análisis Developing a business plan to assess the viability of the project Mobile Vehicle Control System, handling different analysis scenarios Fondo Fiduciario de Promoción de la Industria del Software

  13. Fertilidad del suelo a largo plazo en sistemas biointensivos

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    Funes Monzote, F.R.; Hernándes, A.; Bello, R.; Alvarez, A.

    2008-01-01

    Mejorar y mantener la fertilidad de los suelos son prioridades para los sistemas agroecológicos. Junto a la preservación de la agrodiversidad, el uso eficiente del agua, la energía y otros recursos disponibles, un adecuado balance de nutrientes y vida en el suelo son condiciones importantes para

  14. Sistemas transparentes para gobiernos electrónicos eficientes

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    Andrade Castro, Jesús Alberto

    2007-05-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo hace una reflexión crítica del papel que desempeñan los sistemas transparentes en el gobiernoelectrónico. La misión de los sistemas transparentes computarizados es desarrollar aplicaciones confiables y robustas,con el propósito de sustituir la fiscalización y los controles jurídicos y contables del comportamiento administrativo,por verdaderas evaluaciones que incluyan la participación del ciudadano, en el ejercicio transparente de la accióngubernamental. Teniendo como base la necesidad de tener aplicaciones para gobierno electrónico, el Laboratorio deInvestigación de Tecnologías y Sistemas de Información (LITSI de la Facultad de Ciencias de la Universidad del Zuliadesarrolla aplicaciones de minería de texto, para obtener datos que están envueltos en el metalenguaje de etiquetas(HTML contenido en las páginas WEB. Con el prototipo que hemos desarrollado, se ha hecho un intento por convertirinformación desde documentos tipos texto no estructurados que están en la WEB, en información factible de ser analizaday contrastada con las acciones y políticas públicas. Se pretende así, desarrollar sistemas transparentes eficientescon aplicaciones computarizadas que permitan al ciudadano ejercer el control social de la gestión gubernamental.

  15. Matematično modeliranje in programiranje hidro sistema

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    Hosnar, Jernej

    2015-01-01

    Naš namen je razviti generični model na podlagi mešano-celoštevilskega nelinearnega programiranja (MINLP) za optimizacijo sistema ob morebitni izgradnji postrojenja s hidro elektrarno. Sistem temelji na modelu poljubno razvejanega vodnega omrežja

  16. Linfoma no-Hodgkin del sistema nervioso central

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    Iglesias Rozas, José Rafael, 1942-

    2000-01-01

    Diecisiete imágenes de un linfoma no-Hodgkin del sistema nervioso central en una paciente de 66 años. Seventeen pictures of a non-Hodgkin lymphoma of the central nervous system in a 66-year-old female patient.

  17. Los indicadores del sistema ciencia tecnología territorial.

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    Solé Parellada, Francesc; Coll Bertrán, Josep

    2001-01-01

    Se entiende por sistema de innovación de un territorio (STI) el "conjunto de elementos y organización presentes en un territorio que producen, transmiten, almacenan y utilizan conocimientos y know how, cuyo objetivo es la mejora de la competitividad del

  18. Las candidaturas independientes en el sistema electoral chileno

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    Carlos Manuel Rosales

    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo presenta varios de los elementos legales y judiciales que deben tenerse en cuenta al momento de considerar la adopción y regulación de las candidaturas independientes. Estas propuestas se exponen a partir de la experiencia en el sistema electoral chileno.

  19. Las candidaturas independientes en el sistema electoral chileno

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    Carlos Manuel Rosales; María Lucía Arreguín Ponce

    2013-01-01

    Este trabajo presenta varios de los elementos legales y judiciales que deben tenerse en cuenta al momento de considerar la adopción y regulación de las candidaturas independientes. Estas propuestas se exponen a partir de la experiencia en el sistema electoral chileno.

  20. PERSPECTIVAS DO SISTEMA DE TRANSPORTE URBANO DE LONDRINA - PARANÁ

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    Mirian Vizintim Fernandes Barros

    2014-03-01

    Full Text Available O artigo propõe indicar os problemas encontrados no atual sistema de transporte urbano na cidade de Londrina - Paraná, marcado pela predominância do uso do transporte individual e do coletivo ineficiente e de alto custo. Para tanto, utilizou-se ferramenta dos Sistemas de Informação Geográfica (SIG para, por meio da manipulação dos dados, confirmar a ideia da intrínseca e necessária integração entre o planejamento do uso e ocupação do solo (sobretudo da densidade demográfica e do transporte urbano, essencial para delinear diretrizes de melhorias no sistema coletivo de deslocamento. Identificado os principais problemas, propostas são traçadas e, algumas perspectivas são discutidas objetivando, além da melhoria no sistema de transporte urbano de Londrina, a reflexão sobre o ideal de uma cidade inclusiva, do ponto de vista dos transportes.

  1. Sistema endocanabinoide: modificando los factores de riesgo cardiovascular

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    John Edwin Feliciano Alfonso

    2006-10-01

    Full Text Available La necesidad de alcanzar un tratamiento óptimo para el tabaquismo, la obesidad y sus comorbilidades, conocidos factores de riesgo cardiovascular, ha fomentado la búsqueda de objetivos terapéuticos novedosos. Es el caso del sistema endocanabinoide, involucrado en diversos fenómenos fisiológicos entre los que se encuentran el refuerzo de ciertos comportamientos y la regulación del apetito. La sobreactivación de este sistema altera la homeostasis corporal predisponiendo a dependencias o a un aumento en la ingesta alimentaria, lo que puede traducirse en tabaquismo u obesidad. La intervención farmacológica sobre el sistema endocanabinoide puede contribuir al manejo de estos factores de riesgo cardiovascular, teniendo en cuenta que a tales beneficios se suman otros independientes de la suspensión del tabaquismo o la reducción de peso, como el aumento del colesterol de alta densidad, la disminución de triglicéridos y la mejoría del control glucémico en pacientes con diabetes. Ensayos clínicos controlados aleatorizados adelantados en poblaciones con diferentes características, han evaluado la utilidad de la regulación farmacológica del sistema endocanabinoide; confirmando su eficacia en personas con factores de riesgo cardiovascular establecidos.

  2. The Story of Carora: The Origins of El Sistema

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    Carlson, Alexandra

    2016-01-01

    Venezuela's youth symphony program, the Fundación Musical Simón Bolívar, commonly referred to as "El Sistema," combines musical achievement with learning important life skills through orchestral practice and performance. Although the history most commonly reported outside Venezuela is of the program's director, José Antonio Abreu,…

  3. Al CERN prima fase sistema gestione dati LHC

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    2003-01-01

    "Al via la prima fase per la realizzazione del sistema Lhc computing Grid (LCG), progettato per elaborare le quantita' di dati senza precedenti che, a partire dal 2007, saranno prodotte dagli esperimenti eseguiti con il nuovo grande acceleratore Large Hadron Collider (LHC), presso il Cern di Ginevra" 1 page

  4. COMMUNITY MEDICINE & PRIMARY HEALTH CARE

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    Department of Community Medicine,. Ahmadu Bello University,Zaria. +234 803 705 3845. Email: firstmsibrahim@yahoo.com. Department of Community Medicine, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria journal of. COMMUNITY MEDICINE. & PRIMARY HEALTH CARE. Journal of Community Medicine and Primary Health Care.

  5. Proyecto SAFEBUS: Sistemas Avanzados de Seguridad Integral en Autobuses

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    Leopoldo Armesto

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Resumen: Es bien conocido a partir de estudios previamente realizados, la elevada accidentabilidad de los autobuses urbanos en situaciones de baja velocidad que hacen más necesarios sistemas de asistencia a la conducción. En este sentido, el artículo describe los resultados obtenidos como consecuencia del desarrollo del proyecto “Sistemas Avanzados de Seguridad Integral en Autobuses” (SAFEBUS. Concretamente, se centra en los aspectos de seguridad exterior del autobús, proponiendo un sistema para las situaciones de baja velocidad, paradas o arrancadas del autobús. En él se describen las ideas conceptuales del proyecto y los subsistemas que lo conforman: sistema de detección de personas y sistema avanzado de asistencia al conductor, incluyendo el diseño de dispositivos de realimentación háptica y audio-visual. Así mismo, se detallan los experimentos y validaciones realizados tras la implantación del mismo en autobuses de la compañía Castrosua S.A., los cuales demuestran la capacidad de alertar al conductor y en caso necesario detenerlo en situaciones de peligro. Abstract: It is well known from previous studies, that accidents of buses in urban scenarios, with low speed profiles, make necessary to introduce driving assistance systems. In this sense, this paper describes the results of the SAFEBUS research project “Sistemas Avanzados de Seguridad Integral en Autobuses”. It focuses in safety aspects proposing a system valid at low speed profiles, basically at bus stops. Here, we describe the main ideas exploited in the project and their results, that is, a people detection system together with a driving assistance system with audiovisual and haptic feedback. We also show some experiments and validations carried out at the facilities of Castrosua S.A. company. Keywords: Advance driving assistance systems, people detection, bus safety, Palabras clave: Sistemas de Seguridad Avanzados

  6. O Direito à Saúde no Sistema Prisional

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    Gabrielle Jacobi KOLLING

    2013-04-01

    Full Text Available O direito à saúde é objeto de constante análise e, a cada momento, visualiza-se a necessidade de enfrentar diferentes interfaces desse direito fundamental. A complexidade inerente ao sistema social, e, por conseguinte, ao da saúde também, demanda-nos romper com a classificação de cidadãos de primeira e de segunda classe; isso não é republicano, tampouco democrático. A lógica dos desumanizados e excluídos (esquecidos e negligenciados deve ser cambiada pela lógica da inclusão. A análise enfocará a saúde no sistema prisional. Para isso, é condição de possibilidade analisarmos os condicionantes de saúde e os seus efeitos no panorama prisional-sanitário brasileiro. Observaremos, ainda, as ações governamentais para efetivar o direito à saúde no sistema prisional, em especial a Política Pública de Saúde “Plano Nacional de Saúde no Sistema Penitenciário”, que se apresenta como uma tentativa concreta de romper com a negligência do Estado em relação aos integrantes do sistema prisional, aos esquecidos, aos sem voz. ABSTRACT The right to health is matter of constant analysis and, at each moment the need to challenge the different interfaces of this basic right is visible. The innate complexity of the social system and, by consequence to the health system as well, demands that we break with the concept of first and second class citizens; this is not republican or even democratic. The de-humanized and excluded logic (forgotten and neglected must be traded for the inclusion logic. The analysis will focus the prison system’s health. For this is condition of possibility to analyze the health conditions and its effects in the Brazilian prison-sanitary scope. We will also observe the government’s actions to make the right to heath effective in the prison system, in special the Public Health Policy “Nacional Health Plan in the Prison System”, which is presented as a real attempt to break with the state’s negligence

  7. Whistleblowing in academic medicine.

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    Rhodes, R; Strain, J J

    2004-02-01

    Although medical centres have established boards, special committees, and offices for the review and redress of breaches in ethical behaviour, these mechanisms repeatedly prove themselves ineffective in addressing research misconduct within the institutions of academic medicine. As the authors see it, institutional design: (1) systematically ignores serious ethical problems, (2) makes whistleblowers into institutional enemies and punishes them, and (3) thereby fails to provide an ethical environment. The authors present and discuss cases of academic medicine failing to address unethical behaviour in academic science and, thereby, illustrate the scope and seriousness of the problem. The Olivieri/Apotex affair is just another instance of academic medicine's dereliction in a case of scientific fraud and misconduct. Instead of vigorously supporting their faculty member in her efforts to honestly communicate her findings and to protect patients from the risks associated with the use of the study drug, the University of Toronto collaborated with the Apotex company's "stalling tactics," closed down Dr Olivieri's laboratory, harassed her, and ultimately dismissed her. The authors argue that the incentives for addressing problematic behaviour have to be revised in order to effect a change in the current pattern of response that occurs in academic medicine. An externally imposed realignment of incentives could convert the perception of the whistleblower, from their present caste as the enemy within, into a new position, as valued friend of the institution. The authors explain how such a correction could encourage appropriate reactions to scientific misconduct from academic medicine.

  8. Is garlic alternative medicine?

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    Rivlin, Richard S

    2006-03-01

    Garlic has been used medicinally since antiquity. In virtually every early civilization known, such as ancient India, Egypt, Rome, China, and Japan, garlic was part of the therapeutic regimen for a variety of maladies. Therefore, the ancient medicinal tradition of garlic use would qualify it as a folk medicine or as an alternative or complementary medicine. But is garlic an alternative to established methods of disease prevention or treatment? Scientists from around the world have identified a number of bioactive substances in garlic that are water soluble (e.g., S-allyl methylcysteine), and fat soluble (e.g., diallyldisulfide). Mechanisms of action are being elucidated by modern technology. The validity of ancient medicine is now being evaluated critically in cell-free systems, animal models, and human populations. Preventive and therapeutic trials of garlic are still in early stages. There are many promising lines of research suggesting the potential effects of garlic. The current state of knowledge does not recognize garlic as a true alternative, but it will likely find a place for garlic as a complement to established methods of disease prevention and treatment. Our goal should be to examine garlic together with other agents to evaluate its possible efficacy and toxicity under conditions of actual use in humans.

  9. Constipation and Herbal medicine

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    Norio eIizuka

    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available Constipation is characterized by a variety of bowel symptoms such as difficulty passing stool, hard stool, and a feeling of incomplete evacuation. The multifactorial causes of constipation limit the clinical efficacy of current conventional treatments that use a single drug that acts through only one pathway. To complement the shortcomings of the current Western medical model and provide a complete holistic approach, herbal medicines capable of targeting multiple organs and cellular sites may be used. In Japan, many herbs and herbal combinations have traditionally been used as foods and medicines. Currently, Japanese physicians use standardized herbal combinations that provide consistent and essential quality and quantity.This review highlights representative Japanese herbal medicines (JHMs, Rhei rhizoma-based JHMs including Daiokanzoto and Mashiningan, and Kenchuto-based JHMs including Keishikashakuyakuto and Daikenchuto, which coordinate the motility of the alimentary tract. This review provides a framework to better understand the clinical and pharmacological efficacies of JHMs on constipation according to the unique theory of Japanese traditional medicine, known as Kampo medicine.

  10. What is precision medicine?

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    König, Inke R; Fuchs, Oliver; Hansen, Gesine; von Mutius, Erika; Kopp, Matthias V

    2017-10-01

    The term "precision medicine" has become very popular over recent years, fuelled by scientific as well as political perspectives. Despite its popularity, its exact meaning, and how it is different from other popular terms such as "stratified medicine", "targeted therapy" or "deep phenotyping" remains unclear. Commonly applied definitions focus on the stratification of patients, sometimes referred to as a novel taxonomy, and this is derived using large-scale data including clinical, lifestyle, genetic and further biomarker information, thus going beyond the classical "signs-and-symptoms" approach.While these aspects are relevant, this description leaves open a number of questions. For example, when does precision medicine begin? In which way does the stratification of patients translate into better healthcare? And can precision medicine be viewed as the end-point of a novel stratification of patients, as implied, or is it rather a greater whole?To clarify this, the aim of this paper is to provide a more comprehensive definition that focuses on precision medicine as a process. It will be shown that this proposed framework incorporates the derivation of novel taxonomies and their role in healthcare as part of the cycle, but also covers related terms. Copyright ©ERS 2017.

  11. Sistemas Integrales de Gestión para Bibliotecas

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    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available Los Sistemas Integrales de Gestión para Bibliotecas (SIGB, constituyen una herramienta fundamental en el dominio de la educación superior para la óptima gerencia del patrimonio bibliográfico. En este trabajo, se busca determinar cuál de los 2 (dos SIGB candidatos es el más adecuado para heredar las funciones de gestión de las Bibliotecas Académicas de la UNPA. Los SIGB a comparar son los sistemas Koha (reconocido como el primer software de gestión de bibliotecas libre, y PMB (también un software libre que está cobrando gran reconocimiento en numerosos países europeos. Este estudio comparativo se origina básicamente por dos motivos: (i el cambio en la reglamentación vigente producido en 2011 y, como consecuencia, la necesidad de que el sistema utilizado por las Bibliotecas de la UNPA cumpla con esta reglamentación, y (ii la necesidad de aumentar la compatibilidad del sistema instalado para que pueda ser accedido y utilizado en su totalidad desde dispositivos portátiles, tales como celulares y tablets. A tal efecto, el presente trabajo propone un Framework Comparativo para analizar los SIGB candidatos aplicando un conjunto de Criterios de Evaluación, tanto a nivel de sistema, como así también, a nivel de módulo. Los resultados de esta investigación tienen como objetivo asistir y proveer sustento a la selección del SIGB que sea más adecuado a las necesidades de la UNPA.

  12. Imaging and development of medicines

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    Syrota, A.

    2000-01-01

    The last developments in medical imaging allow visualization of medicines in organism. Today, these techniques: positron emission tomography (PET) and single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) play an essential role in the production and the development of new medicines. The medicinal substances labelled with radioisotopes permit to improve the understanding of medicines' action mode. The spectacular advances were observed in the field of medicines acting on the brain (F.M.)

  13. Quality of generic medicines in South Africa

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    Patel, Aarti; Gauld, Robin; Norris, Pauline

    2012-01-01

    Generic Medicines are an important policy option allowing for access to affordable, essential medicines. Quality of generic medicines must be guaranteed through the activities of national medicines regulatory authorities. Existing negative perceptions surrounding the quality of generic medicines ...

  14. IBD and Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM)

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    ... Alternative Medicine (CAM) Go Back Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Email Print + Share Crohn’s disease and ulcerative ... Energy Medicine, and Biologically-Based Practices. Mind-Body Medicine Mind-body medicine is a set of interventions ...

  15. Emoções e sistema imunológico : um olhar sobre a psiconeuroimunologia

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    Maia, Ângela

    2002-01-01

    A concepção do sistema imunológico como sistema autónomo de funcionamento exclusivamente químico deu lugar, especialmente a partir dos anos oitenta, a uma concepção integrada em que se reconhece que o sistema imunológico está integrado com outros sistemas sendo sensível à regulação do sistema nervoso (Ader, 1983; Rabin, Cohen, Ganguli, Lysle & Cunnick, 1989; Cohen & Herbert, 1996). Reconhece-se assim o papel que as diferentes áreas do funcionamento humano, nomeadamente cognitivo e emocional, ...

  16. Simulación basada en SMA de sistemas originalmente representados con EDO

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    2011-01-01

    [ES] En este trabajo se expone una metodología para modelar un sistema Multi-Agente (SMA), para que sea equivalente a un sistema de Ecuaciones Diferenciales Ordinarias (EDO), mediante un esquema basado en el método de Monte Carlo. Se muestra que el SMA puede describir con mayor riqueza modelos de sistemas dinámicos con variables cuantificadas discretas. Estos sistemas son muy acordes con los sistemas biológicos y fisiológicos, como el modelado de poblaciones o el modelado de enfermedades epid...

  17. Pediatric nuclear medicine

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    1986-01-01

    This symposium presented the latest techniques and approaches to the proper medical application of radionuclides in pediatrics. An expert faculty, comprised of specialists in the field of pediatric nuclear medicine, discussed the major indications as well as the advantages and potential hazards of nuclear medicine procedures compared to other diagnostic modalities. In recent years, newer radiopharmaceuticals labeled with technetium-99m and other short-lived radionuclides with relatively favorable radiation characteristics have permitted a variety of diagnostic studies that are very useful clinically and carry a substantially lower radiation burden then many comparable X-ray studies. This new battery of nuclear medicine procedures is now widely available for diagnosis and management of pediatric patients. Many recent research studies in children have yielded data concerning the effacacy of these procedures, and current recommendations will be presented by those involved in conducting such studies. Individual papers are processed separately for the Energy Data Base.

  18. Medicinal chemistry for 2020

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    Satyanarayanajois, Seetharama D; Hill, Ronald A

    2011-01-01

    Rapid advances in our collective understanding of biomolecular structure and, in concert, of biochemical systems, coupled with developments in computational methods, have massively impacted the field of medicinal chemistry over the past two decades, with even greater changes appearing on the horizon. In this perspective, we endeavor to profile some of the most prominent determinants of change and speculate as to further evolution that may consequently occur during the next decade. The five main angles to be addressed are: protein–protein interactions; peptides and peptidomimetics; molecular diversity and pharmacological space; molecular pharmacodynamics (significance, potential and challenges); and early-stage clinical efficacy and safety. We then consider, in light of these, the future of medicinal chemistry and the educational preparation that will be required for future medicinal chemists. PMID:22004084

  19. Radiology in veterinary medicine

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    Hrusovsky, J.; Benes, J.

    1985-01-01

    A textbook is presented for pregraduate and postgraduate students of veterinary medicine, offering an extensive review of all aspects of radiology as applied in veterinary sciences. Based on findings published in the literature and the authors' own research, the textbook familiarizes the reader with the problems of nuclear physics, biological effects of ionizing radiation on animals, the principles of biological cycles of radionuclides in the atmosphere, the fundamentals of radiochemistry, dosimetry, radiometry and nuclear medicine. Radiation protection of animals, raw materials, feeds, foodstuff and water, and the questions of the aplications of ionizing radiation and of radionuclides in veterinary medicine are discussed in great detail. The publication is complemented with numerous photographs, figures and graphs. (L.O.)

  20. Anticipation and medicine

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    In this book, practicing physicians and experts in anticipation present arguments for a new understanding of medicine. Their contributions make it clear that medicine is the decisive test for anticipation. The reader is presented with a provocative hypothesis: If medicine will align itself with the anticipatory condition of life, it can prompt the most important revolution in our time. To this end, all stakeholders—medical practitioners, patients, scientists, and technology developers—will have to engage in the conversation. The book makes the case for the transition from expensive, and only marginally effective, reactive treatment through “spare parts” (joint replacements, organ transplants) and reliance on pharmaceuticals (antibiotics, opiates) to anticipation-informed healthcare. Readers will understand why the current premise of treating various behavioral conditions (attention deficit disorder, hyperactivity, schizophrenia) through drugs has to be re-evaluated from the perspective of anticipation...

  1. Polypharmacy in Zoological Medicine

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    Robert P. Hunter

    2017-02-01

    Full Text Available Polypharmacy is a term that describes the inappropriate, concurrent use of multiple drugs in an individual patient. Zoological medicine practitioners must take approved agents (veterinary or human and extrapolate their use to non-approved species often with little species-specific pharmacological evidence to support their decisions. When considering polypharmacy, even less information exists concerning multi-drug pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, or potential drug-drug interactions in non-domestic species. Unfortunately, captive, zoological species are susceptible, just like their domestic counterparts, to chronic diseases and co-morbidities that may lead to the usage of multiple drugs. Polypharmacy is a recognized and important issue in human medicine, as well as an emerging issue for veterinarians; thus, this paper will discuss the novel, potential risks of polypharmacy in zoological medicine. Hopefully, this discussion will help bring the attention of veterinarians to this issue and serve as an interesting discussion topic for pharmacologists in general.

  2. Engineering in translational medicine

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    2014-01-01

    This book covers a broad area of engineering research in translational medicine. Leaders in academic institutions around the world contributed focused chapters on a broad array of topics such as: cell and tissue engineering (6 chapters), genetic and protein engineering (10 chapters), nanoengineering (10 chapters), biomedical instrumentation (4 chapters), and theranostics and other novel approaches (4 chapters). Each chapter is a stand-alone review that summarizes the state-of-the-art of the specific research area. Engineering in Translational Medicine gives readers a comprehensive and in-depth overview of a broad array of related research areas, making this an excellent reference book for scientists and students both new to engineering/translational medicine and currently working in this area.

  3. Nuclear medicine tomorrow

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    Marko, A.M.

    1986-04-01

    The purpose of this Workshop was to discuss and promote future nuclear medicine applications. Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL) is determined to assist in this role. A major aim of this gathering was to form an interface that was meaningful, representative of the two entities, and above all, on-going. In the opening address, given by Mr. J. Donnelly, President of AECL, this strong commitment was emphasized. In the individual sessions, AECL participants outlined R and D programs and unique expertise that promised to be of interest to members of the nuclear medicine community. The latter group, in turn, described what they saw as some problems and needs of nuclear medicine, especially in the near future. These Proceedings comprise the record of the formal presentations. Additionally, a system of reporting by rapporteurs insured a summary of informal discussions at the sessions and brought to focus pertinent conclusions of the workshop attendees

  4. Pediatric nuclear medicine

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    1986-01-01

    This symposium presented the latest techniques and approaches to the proper medical application of radionuclides in pediatrics. An expert faculty, comprised of specialists in the field of pediatric nuclear medicine, discussed the major indications as well as the advantages and potential hazards of nuclear medicine procedures compared to other diagnostic modalities. In recent years, newer radiopharmaceuticals labeled with technetium-99m and other short-lived radionuclides with relatively favorable radiation characteristics have permitted a variety of diagnostic studies that are very useful clinically and carry a substantially lower radiation burden then many comparable X-ray studies. This new battery of nuclear medicine procedures is now widely available for diagnosis and management of pediatric patients. Many recent research studies in children have yielded data concerning the effacacy of these procedures, and current recommendations will be presented by those involved in conducting such studies. Individual papers are processed separately for the Energy Data Base

  5. Cytomics in predictive medicine

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    Tarnok, Attila; Valet, Guenther K.

    2004-07-01

    Predictive Medicine aims at the detection of changes in patient's disease state prior to the manifestation of deterioration or improvement of the current status. Patient-specific, disease-course predictions with >95% or >99% accuracy during therapy would be highly valuable for everyday medicine. If these predictors were available, disease aggravation or progression, frequently accompanied by irreversible tissue damage or therapeutic side effects, could then potentially be avoided by early preventive therapy. The molecular analysis of heterogeneous cellular systems (Cytomics) by cytometry in conjunction with pattern-oriented bioinformatic analysis of the multiparametric cytometric and other data provides a promising approach to individualized or personalized medical treatment or disease management. Predictive medicine is best implemented by cell oriented measurements e.g. by flow or image cytometry. Cell oriented gene or protein arrays as well as bead arrays for the capture of solute molecules form serum, plasma, urine or liquor are equally of high value. Clinical applications of predictive medicine by Cytomics will include multi organ failure in sepsis or non infectious posttraumatic shock in intensive care, or the pretherapeutic identification of high risk patients in cancer cytostatic. Early individualized therapy may provide better survival chances for individual patient at concomitant cost containment. Predictive medicine guided early reduction or stop of therapy may lower or abrogate potential therapeutic side effects. Further important aspects of predictive medicine concern the preoperative identification of patients with a tendency for postoperative complications or coronary artery disease patients with an increased tendency for restenosis. As a consequence, better patient care and new forms of inductive scientific hypothesis development based on the interpretation of predictive data patterns are at reach.

  6. Clinical holistic medicine: holistic adolescent medicine.

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    Ventegodt, Søren; Morad, Mohammed; Press, Joseph; Merrick, Joav; Shek, Daniel T L

    2004-08-04

    The holistic medical approach seems to be efficient and can also be used in adolescent medicine. Supporting the teenager to grow and develop is extremely important in order to prevent many of the problems they can carry into adulthood. The simple consciousness-based, holistic medicine--giving love, winning trust, giving holding, and getting permission to help the patient feel, understand, and let go of negative beliefs--is easy for the physician interested in this kind of practice and it requires little previous training for the physician to be able to care for his/her patient. A deeper insight into the principles of holistic treatment and a thorough understanding of our fellow human beings are making it work even better. Holistic medicine is not a miracle cure, but rather a means by which the empathic physician can support the patient in improving his/her future life in respect to quality of life, health, and functional capacity--through coaching the patient to work on him/herself in a hard and disciplined manner. When the patient is young, this work is so much easier. During our lifetime, we have several emotional traumas arranged in the subconscious mind with the smallest at the top, and it is normal for the person to work on a large number of traumatic events that have been processed to varying degrees. Some traumas have been acknowledged, some are still being explored by the person, and yet others are still preconscious, which can be seen for example in the form of muscle tension. Sometimes the young dysfunctional patient carries severe traumas of a violent or sexual nature, but the physician skilled in the holistic medical toolbox can help the patient on his/her way to an excellent quality of life, full self-expression, a love and sex life, and a realization of his/her talents--all that a young patient is typically dreaming about. Biomedicine is not necessary or even recommended when the physical or mental symptoms are caused by disturbances in the personal

  7. Clinical Holistic Medicine: Holistic Adolescent Medicine

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    Søren Ventegodt

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available The holistic medical approach seems to be efficient and can also be used in adolescent medicine. Supporting the teenager to grow and develop is extremely important in order to prevent many of the problems they can carry into adulthood. The simple consciousness-based, holistic medicine — giving love, winning trust, giving holding, and getting permission to help the patient feel, understand, and let go of negative beliefs — is easy for the physician interested in this kind of practice and it requires little previous training for the physician to be able to care for his/her patient. A deeper insight into the principles of holistic treatment and a thorough understanding of our fellow human beings are making it work even better. Holistic medicine is not a miracle cure, but rather a means by which the empathic physician can support the patient in improving his/her future life in respect to quality of life, health, and functional capacity — through coaching the patient to work on him/herself in a hard and disciplined manner. When the patient is young, this work is so much easier. During our lifetime, we have several emotional traumas arranged in the subconscious mind with the smallest at the top, and it is normal for the person to work on a large number of traumatic events that have been processed to varying degrees. Some traumas have been acknowledged, some are still being explored by the person, and yet others are still preconscious, which can be seen for example in the form of muscle tension. Sometimes the young dysfunctional patient carries severe traumas of a violent or sexual nature, but the physician skilled in the holistic medical toolbox can help the patient on his/her way to an excellent quality of life, full self-expression, a love and sex life, and a realization of his/her talents — all that a young patient is typically dreaming about. Biomedicine is not necessary or even recommended when the physical or mental symptoms are caused

  8. [Social networks and medicine].

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    Bastardot, F; Vollenweider, P; Marques-Vidal, P

    2015-11-04

    Social networks (social media or #SoMe) have entered medical practice within the last few years. These new media--like Twitter or Skype--enrich interactions among physicians (telemedicine), among physicians and patients (virtual consultations) and change the way of teaching medicine. They also entail new ethical, deontological and legal issues: the extension of the consultation area beyond the medical office and the access of information by third parties were recently debated. We develop here a review of some social networks with their characteristics, applications for medicine and limitations, and we offer some recommendations of good practice.

  9. Developments in nuclear medicine

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    Elias, H.

    1977-01-01

    The article reports on the first international meeting about radiopharmaceutical chemistry in the Brookhaven National Laboratory, Long Island/USA, from 21st to 24th September, 1976. The meeting report is preceded by the explanation of the terms 'radiopharmaceutical chemistry' and 'nuclear medicine' and a brief survey of the history. The interdisciplinary connection of the spheres of nuclear physics, nuclear chemistry, biochemistry, nuclear medicine, and data processing is also briefly shown. This is necessary before radiodiagnosis can be made for a patient. (RB) [de

  10. Inorganic chemistry and medicine

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    Sadler, P.J.; Guo, Z.

    1999-01-01

    Inorganic chemistry is beginning to have a major impact on medicine. Not only does it offer the prospect of the discovery of truly novel drugs and diagnostic agents, but it promises to make a major contribution to our understanding of the mechanism of action of organic drugs too. Most of this article is concerned with recent developments in medicinal coordination chemistry. The role of metal organic compounds of platinum, titanium, ruthenium, gallium, bismuth, gold, gadolinium, technetium, silver, cobalt in the treatment or diagnosis of common diseases are briefly are examined

  11. Holistic pediatric veterinary medicine.

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    Pesch, Lisa

    2014-03-01

    Holistic veterinary medicine treats the whole patient including all physical and behavioral signs. The root cause of disease is treated at the same time as accompanying clinical signs. Herbal and nutritional supplements can help support tissue healing and proper organ functioning, thereby reducing the tendency of disease progression over time. Proper selection of homeopathic remedies is based on detailed evaluation of clinical signs. Herbal medicines are selected based on organ(s) affected and the physiologic nature of the imbalance. Many herbal and nutraceutical companies provide support for veterinarians, assisting with proper formula selection, dosing, drug interactions, and contraindications. Copyright © 2014 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  12. Nuclear medicine in sports

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    Sharma, Anshu Rajnish

    2010-01-01

    Nuclear medicine can synergistically contribute to the sports medicine field, in the management of sports-related stress injures. Bone scintigraphy is commonly requested for evaluation of athletes with pain. Three-Phase 99m Tc MDP Bone Scan has emerged as the imaging reference standard for diagnosing such injuries. The inherently high-contrast resolution of the bone scan allows early detection of bone trauma and becomes positive within six to seventy-two hours after the onset of symptoms. The bone scan is able to demonstrate stress injuries days to weeks before the radiograph

  13. [Proteomics and transfusion medicine].

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    Lion, N; Prudent, M; Crettaz, D; Tissot, J-D

    2011-04-01

    The term "proteomics" covers tools and techniques that are used to analyze and characterize complex mixtures of proteins from various biological samples. In this short review, a typical proteomic approach, related to the study of particular and illustrative situation related to transfusion medicine is reported. This "case report" will allow the reader to be familiar with a practical proteomic approach of a real situation, and will permit to describe the tools that are usually used in proteomic labs, and, in a second part, to present various proteomic applications in transfusion medicine. Copyright © 2011 Elsevier Masson SAS. All rights reserved.

  14. REVIEW: Nuclear medicine dosimetry

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    Stabin, Michael

    2006-07-01

    A brief overview is provided of the history of the development of internal dose methods for use in nuclear medicine. Basic methods of internal dosimetry and the systems that have been developed for use in nuclear medicine are described. The development of the MIRD system and the International Radiopharmaceutical Dosimetry Symposium series is outlined. The evolution of models and tools for calculating dose estimates is reviewed. Current efforts in developing more patient-specific methods, particularly for use in therapy calculations, development of small scale and microdosimetry techniques, and of relating internal radiation doses to observed biological effects are described and evaluated.

  15. Physics in nuclear medicine

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    Cherry, Simon R; Phelps, Michael E

    2012-01-01

    Physics in Nuclear Medicine - by Drs. Simon R. Cherry, James A. Sorenson, and Michael E. Phelps - provides current, comprehensive guidance on the physics underlying modern nuclear medicine and imaging using radioactively labeled tracers. This revised and updated fourth edition features a new full-color layout, as well as the latest information on instrumentation and technology. Stay current on crucial developments in hybrid imaging (PET/CT and SPECT/CT), and small animal imaging, and benefit from the new section on tracer kinetic modeling in neuroreceptor imaging.

  16. Opiniones de tutores y residentes tras aplicar un sistema de evaluación formativa tipo portafolio: la nueva propuesta de ‘Guía de práctica reflexiva' del Libro del especialista en Medicina de Familia en formación Trainers and trainees opinions after the pilot implementation of a formative evaluation: the new portfolio of the Spanish Family Medicine Resident

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    R. Ruiz-Moral

    2008-09-01

    Full Text Available Introducción. La Comisión Nacional de la Especialidad de Medicina Familiar ha propuesto un nuevo Libro del especialista en Medicina de Familia en formación (LEF tipo portafolio (‘Guía de práctica reflexiva'. No existen en nuestro país experiencias que nos orienten sobre como este tipo de evaluación formativa puede aplicarse, desarrollarse y tampoco sobre su utilidad en la formación de residentes. Materiales y métodos. Estudio piloto cualitativo con encuestas estructuradas realizadas en una unidad docente provincial de Medicina de Familia. Durante nueve meses, 28 tutores (T y 36 residentes (R participaron en una evaluación formativa de diferentes áreas competenciales, aportando tareas durante su trabajo. Los T y R respondieron a preguntas estructuradas y sus opiniones sobre contenidos, formato y posibles estrategias de aplicación fueron codificadas por dos evaluadores por temas recurrentes, explicaciones y conceptos. Resultados. Se recibieron encuestas de 33 R. Diecinueve T hicieron comentarios y 21 entregaron 67 informes de evaluación (media: 3 informes/tutor. Los T y R consideran que el nuevo método puede ser útil para reflexionar sobre la práctica, conocer las competencias y fortalecer la relación tutor-residente, especialmente si se tienen en cuenta algunas sugerencias que mejorarían su aplicación y podrían reducir el tiempo y el esfuerzo empleado. Conclusiones. El nuevo LEF en su versión actual o con algunas modificaciones puede ser una herramienta para la evaluación formativa de los R de utilidad y probablemente bien aceptada en nuestro medio.Introduction. The Spanish Family Medicine National Joint Commission is proposing a new trainee evaluation system type portfolio. In Spain, there is not previous experience that can guide about how this kind of formative assessment can be developed and we do not known about its usefulness in the trainees education. Materials and methods. Qualitative study with structured surveys

  17. Traditional Medicine in Developing Countries

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    Thorsen, Rikke Stamp

    People use traditional medicine to meet their health care needs in developing countries and medical pluralism persists worldwide despite increased access to allopathic medicine. Traditional medicine includes a variety of treatment opportunities, among others, consultation with a traditional healer...... or spiritual healer and self-treatment with herbal medicine or medicinal plants. Reliance on traditional medicine varies between countries and rural and urban areas, but is reported to be as high as 80% in some developing countries. Increased realization of the continued importance of traditional medicine has...... led to the formulation of policies on the integration of traditional medicine into public health care. Local level integration is already taking place as people use multiple treatments when experiencing illness. Research on local level use of traditional medicine for health care, in particular the use...

  18. LA REFORMA DEL SISTEMA GENERAL DE SEGURIDAD SOCIAL EN SALUD

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    2011-01-01

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    La Academia Nacional de Medicina de Colombia en repetidas ocasiones, desde el año 1998, ha denunciado las notables defi ciencias del Sistema General de Seguridad Social en Salud (SGSSS que implantó la Ley 100 de diciembre 23 de 1993. 

    El SGSSS, que debiera ser sistema de aseguramiento con propósito social, se ha convertido en negocio donde priman los intereses económicos con descuido en la calidad de los servicios; hizo profunda crisis, principalmente por causa de los excesivos costos que conlleva el modelo de intermediación comercial. Se ha creado una inaceptable posición oligopólica dominante de los aseguradores, que parece haber suplantado al estado en la defi nición de las políticas y en la orientación del SGSSS e interfiere la buena prestación de los servicios. Manifestación prominente de esto es la creciente y descontrolada integración vertical. 

    El sistema colombiano de intermediación comercial es costoso, inequitativo, ineficiente y va contra los principios constitucionales que definen la salud como derecho humano, en detrimento del bien común.

    El SGSSS, a los 18 años de su implantación, aún no cuenta con un sistema de información y las bases de datos existentes en las EPS, y también en el FOSYGA, distan de ser confiables. Se reconoce que un sistema de salud es en esencia un sistema de información. Los hospitales y clínicas de Colombia, especialmente las instituciones de carácter público, tienen una cartera que, se estima, es cinco o seis veces mayor que la cartera reclamada por las EPS, buena parte de la cual ya es de difícil cobro. Sin embargo, la prioridad ha sido resolver el problema económico de las EPS, no el de los hospitales.

    Son muchas las voces que claman por un riguroso control de la manera como las EPS invierten los recursos de la salud, de carácter público por ser recursos parafiscales. Las EPS muestran un grande y rápido crecimiento patrimonial y han

  19. MICROJARDIM CLONAL DE MIRTILEIRO EM SISTEMAS DE CULTIVO SEM SOLO

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    Full Text Available RESUMO O uso de microjardins clonais em sistemas de cultivo sem solo para fornecimento de material propagativo na cultura do mirtileiro (Vaccinium spp. pode trazer grandes avanços na produção de mudas dessa cultura. O objetivo desta pesquisa foi avaliar a produção de microestacas e a sobrevivência de plantas matrizes de mirtileiro micropropagadas das cultivares Woodard e Aliceblue, em dois sistemas de cultivo. Os sistemas de cultivo utilizados foram o semi-hidropônico (floreiras com substrato de areia e fornecimento diário de solução nutritiva e o com substrato organomineral (sacos plásticos com substrato comercial e fornecimento de solução nutritiva a cada 15 dias. Após o período de 90 dias do plantio das plantas matrizes, foram iniciadas as coletas de microestacas, as quais foram realizadas a cada 60 dias, com exceção do período de inverno, em que as coletas foram realizadas a cada 90 dias, totalizando ao final do experimento onze coletas. O experimento foi constituído como um fatorial 2 x 2 x 11 (sistemas x cultivares x coletas, em delineamento inteiramente casualizado, com três repetições de 12 plantas cada. Foram avaliadas a produção total de microestacas ao final das onze coletas, o número de microestacas produzidas por planta matriz a cada coleta, a sobrevivência das plantas matrizes ao final das onze coletas e a sobrevivência das plantas matrizes a cada coleta. Os resultados indicaram que o sistema semi-hidropônico foi superior ao substrato organomineral para a produção de microestacas de ambas as cultivares. A maior produtividade total de microestacas ocorreu no sistema semi-hidropônico combinado com a cultivar Aliceblue, com produção total média de 237,67 microestacas. Porém, nesta condição, houve menor sobrevivência das plantas matrizes. A produção de microestacas apresentou alternância ao longo das coletas. A sobrevivência das plantas matrizes diminuiu após sucessivas coletas. Após as

  20. Selección e implantación de un sistema ERP de código abierto

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    En este Trabajo Fin de Carrera estudiaremos el proceso de implantación de un sistema de planificación de recursos empresariales (sistema ERP) de código abierto en una empresa previamente definida. El proceso abarca tanto la selección entre los diversos sistemas ERP de código abierto disponibles actualmente en el mercado, como la implantación del sistema. El sistema ERP elegido es un sistema en la nube. En aquest Treball Fi de Carrera estudiarem el procés d'implantació d'un sistema de plani...

  1. Sports Medicine in China.

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    Bloomquist, Lorraine E.

    This report on a visit to the People's Republic of China in April 1985 to explore methodology of sports science research, treatment of injuries, and role of sports in everyday life discusses the following topics: (1) introduction to China; (2) sports and physical culture; (3) sports medicine and rehabilitation; (4) health factors; (5) cost of…

  2. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available Toggle navigation Test/Treatment Patient Type Screening/Wellness Disease/Condition Safety En Español More Info Images/Videos About Us News Physician Resources Professions Site Index A-Z Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine ...

  3. Whistleblowing in academic medicine

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    Rhodes, R; Strain, J

    2004-01-01

    The authors present and discuss cases of academic medicine failing to address unethical behaviour in academic science and, thereby, illustrate the scope and seriousness of the problem. The Olivieri/Apotex affair is just another instance of academic medicine's dereliction in a case of scientific fraud and misconduct. Instead of vigorously supporting their faculty member in her efforts to honestly communicate her findings and to protect patients from the risks associated with the use of the study drug, the University of Toronto collaborated with the Apotex company's "stalling tactics," closed down Dr Olivieri's laboratory, harassed her, and ultimately dismissed her. The authors argue that the incentives for addressing problematic behaviour have to be revised in order to effect a change in the current pattern of response that occurs in academic medicine. An externally imposed realignment of incentives could convert the perception of the whistleblower, from their present caste as the enemy within, into a new position, as valued friend of the institution. The authors explain how such a correction could encourage appropriate reactions to scientific misconduct from academic medicine. PMID:14872069

  4. [Phronesis: Medicine's indispensable virtue].

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    Moreno Villares, José Manuel

    2014-01-01

    Facing those who defend that Medicine is not but an applied science, Pellegrino argues that the ultimate goal of Medicine is facing to a human being in his illness condition. Thus, it is not sufficient to have scientific knowledge but proximity to man kindness. Cure is not the only goal -achievable in only a few cases- but healing, caring with a person as an ill person and as a person. For this reason, professional competence is not enough; the physician needs to have the necessary dispositions to be a good person, a good professional. To get the goals of Medicine, the physician has to achieve those qualities who allow him to do the good he is intended to, that is, he needs to be virtuous. Prudence -phronesis- is the virtue that allows him to apply a general rule to a particular case and, furthermore, addresses his actions to be not only technically correct, but excellent. Prudence is, then, the link between intellectual virtues and moral virtues. Pellegrino's main objective has been to elaborate a Philosophy of Medicine, different from the Philosophy of Science, useful for clinical practice and used by clinical practitioners. By nurturing prudence, a small bit of the final goal is reached: the healing, the goodness for the sick. This should be possible if we are embedded in a moral community, and for Pellegrino, sharing knowledge and ethical values is the way of being part of a moral community.

  5. [Fibromyalgia: behavioral medicine interventions].

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    Petermann, F; Holtz, M C; van der Meer, B; Krohn-Grimberghe, B

    2007-10-01

    The etiology of fibromyalgia as a chronic disease is still unexplained. This article gives an overview of the newest treatment methods of behavioral medicine of the fibromyalgia syndrome with regard to the state of research of etiology and diagnosis of this disease. Methods such as operant conditioning, cognitive-behavioral approaches, patient education and relaxation methods are discussed.

  6. Preventive medicine in 2030.

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    Freudenberg, Nicholas

    2012-12-01

    This invited commentary imagines two futures for preventive medicine and public health in the Year 2030. Using satire, the commentary describes one future in which large corporations control public health and another where a robust public sector plays the leading role. Copyright © 2012. Published by Elsevier Inc.

  7. Plants and Medicinal Chemistry

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    Bailey, D.

    1977-01-01

    This is the first of two articles showing how plants that have been used in folk medicine for many centuries are guiding scientists in the design and preparation of new and potent drugs. Opium and its chemical derivatives are examined at length in this article. (Author/MA)

  8. Cannabis; extracting the medicine

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    Hazekamp, Arno

    2007-01-01

    The cannabis plant (Cannabis sativa L.) has a long history as a recreational drug, but also as part of traditional medicine in many cultures. Nowadays, it is used by a large number of patients worldwide, to ameliorate the symptoms of diseases varying from cancer and AIDS to multiple sclerosis and

  9. Nuclear medicine in pediatrics

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    Gumplova, H.

    1982-01-01

    The methods of nuclear medicine are outlined used for examining children. The problems are discussed of children's exposure in isotope methods, diagnostic localization methods, in central nervous system examinations, skeleton, hematopoietic organs, gastrointestinal tract, respiratory organs, blood circulation system, and thyroid examinations. (J.B.)

  10. Antibiotics in laboratory medicine

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    Lorian, Victor

    2005-01-01

    ... in critical articles and reviews. Materials appearing in this book prepared by individuals as part of their official duties as U.S. government employees are not covered by the above-mentioned copyright. Printed in the USA Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Antibiotics in laboratory medicine / [edited by] Victor Lorian. - 5th ed...

  11. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... also very helpful. Often, a monitor with children's programming and/or children’s DVDs are available in the ... The teddy bear denotes child-specific content. Related Articles and Media General Nuclear Medicine Children's (Pediatric) CT ( ...

  12. Nuclear medicine imaging techniques

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    Noordzij, Walter; Glaudemans, Andor W.J.M.

    2015-01-01

    Nuclear medicine is a rapidly developing field which focuses on the imaging of physiological processes and the evaluation of treatment of specific diseases. It involves the use of radiopharmaceuticals for both purposes. Different radiopharmaceuticals have different kinetics and can therefore be used

  13. Managing Your Medicines

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    ... a pill organizer with a compartment for each day of the week. • Link your pill-taking to something in your daily routine. For example, take your morning medicine right after you brush your teeth. • Use a chart to ...

  14. 50 Years: Veterinary Medicine.

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    Narlesky, Lynn

    1998-01-01

    Describes the history, research, teaching strategies, and specialties of the University of California at Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. Documents effects of changing societal attitudes toward wildlife, pets, working animals, and food animals on curriculum, the systems approach to disease, comparative genetics, biotechnology, the ecology of…

  15. Images in medicine

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    2016-01-22

    Jan 22, 2016 ... 1Department of Nuclear Medicine, Mohammed V Military Teaching Hospital, Mohammed V University of Rabat, Morocco ... Pan African Medical Journal – ISSN: 1937- 8688 (www.panafrican-med-journal.com). Published in ... F18-FDG PET-CT coronal fusion image: pathological lymph nodes are identified ...

  16. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... pictures and provides molecular information. In many centers, nuclear medicine images can be superimposed with computed tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to produce special views, a practice known as image fusion or co-registration. These views allow the information ...

  17. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... both imaging exams at the same time. An emerging imaging technology, but not readily available at this time is PET/MRI. top of page What are some common uses of the procedure? Children's (pediatric) nuclear medicine imaging is performed to help diagnose childhood disorders ...

  18. Nuclear medicine in obstetrics

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    Amaral, L.B.D.; Pinto, J.C.M.; Linhares, E.

    1981-01-01

    The possible deleterious effects from the exposition to radiation in the field of obstetrics are studied. The radiological protection since the first week of development until a mature fetus is discussed. The use of nuclear medicine in the diagnostic and treatment in obstetrics is studied. (M.A.C.) [pt

  19. Images in medicine

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    2016-01-08

    Jan 8, 2016 ... TSH secreting adenoma: a rare cause of severe headache. Serdar Olt1,&, Mehmet Şirik2. 1Adıyaman University Medical Faculty Department of Internal Medicine, Adıyaman, Turkey, 2Adıyaman University Medical Faculty Department of. Radiology, Adıyaman, Turkey. &Corresponding author: Serdar Olt, ...

  20. Medicines and Bone Loss

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    Fact Sheet Medici a ne n s d Bone Loss Some types of medicines can cause bone loss, making your bones weak, if used for a long time. Use over a short time ... old bone and replaces it with new bone. Bone loss occurs when old bone breaks down faster than ...

  1. Images in medicine

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    2015-12-04

    Dec 4, 2015 ... Oral lesions in Tuberculosis. Sandhya Gokavarapu1, Prashanth Panta2,&. 1Basavatarakam Indo Americal Cancer Hospital and Research Institute, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, India, 2Department of Oral Medicine and. Radiology, MNR Dental College and Hospital, Narsapur road, Sangareddy (502294), ...

  2. Medicinal compositae from Brazil

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    Ferreira, Z.S.; Roque, N.F.; Gottlieb, O.R.; Oliveira, F.

    The family Compositae is one of the largest in the plant kingdom. Several species are used in popular medicin. Thus, the leaf extract of Calea pinnatifida Banks, known as aruca, is employed in the treatment of amoebiasis. A chemical study is carried out in order to discover the active principles of the species. (Author) [pt

  3. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... radioactive energy that is emitted from the patient's body and converts it into an image. The gamma camera itself does not emit any ... about radiology? Share your patient story here Images × ... Related Articles and Media General Nuclear Medicine Children's (Pediatric) CT (Computed Tomography) ...

  4. Images in medicine

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    Pearled papules over tattoo: Molluscum cotagiosum. Ricardo Ruiz-Villaverde1,&, Daniel Sánchez-Cano2. 1Dermatology Unit. Complejo Hospitalario de Jaen, Jaen, Spain, 2Internal Medicine. Hospital Santa Ana, Motril, Granada, Spain. &Corresponding author: Ricardo Ruiz-Villaverde, Dermatology Unit. Complejo ...

  5. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... The special camera and imaging techniques used in nuclear medicine include the gamma camera and single-photon emission-computed tomography (SPECT). The gamma camera, also called a scintillation camera, detects radioactive energy that is emitted from the patient's body and ...

  6. Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine

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    Full Text Available ... radioactive energy that is emitted from the patient's body and converts it into an image. The gamma camera itself does not emit any ... View full size with caption Related Articles and Media General Nuclear ... to Children's (Pediatric) Nuclear Medicine Videos related ...

  7. Storing your medicines

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    ... store it in your dresser drawer or a kitchen cabinet away from the stove, sink, and any ... programs if they are available. Visit the U.S. Food and Drug Administration website for more ... your carry-on luggage. To help with security at the airport: Keep medicine in the original ...

  8. Images in medicine

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    Jul 30, 2015 ... Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Image in medicine. A male patient aged 20 years, visited us for routine oral examination. Incidentally, a well-demarcated ...

  9. Medicinal Mushrooms in Guatemala.

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    Sommerkamp, Yvonne; Paz, Ana Margarita; Guzmán, Gastón

    2016-01-01

    Guatemala, located in Central America, has a long and rich history in the traditional use of edible, medicinal, and hallucinogenic mushrooms. This article describes the use of these mushrooms and presents studies on the scientific validation of native and foreign species.

  10. Swarm-based medicine.

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    Putora, Paul Martin; Oldenburg, Jan

    2013-09-19

    Occasionally, medical decisions have to be taken in the absence of evidence-based guidelines. Other sources can be drawn upon to fill in the gaps, including experience and intuition. Authorities or experts, with their knowledge and experience, may provide further input--known as "eminence-based medicine". Due to the Internet and digital media, interactions among physicians now take place at a higher rate than ever before. With the rising number of interconnected individuals and their communication capabilities, the medical community is obtaining the properties of a swarm. The way individual physicians act depends on other physicians; medical societies act based on their members. Swarm behavior might facilitate the generation and distribution of knowledge as an unconscious process. As such, "swarm-based medicine" may add a further source of information to the classical approaches of evidence- and eminence-based medicine. How to integrate swarm-based medicine into practice is left to the individual physician, but even this decision will be influenced by the swarm.

  11. Images in medicine

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    21 oct. 2015 ... Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Image en medicine. Le canal de Wharton draine les secrétions de la glande sous- maxillaire. Les étiologies de la ...

  12. Against narrative medicine.

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    O'Mahony, Seamus

    2013-01-01

    This essay aims to provoke debate on how and what the medical humanities should teach. It argues that the field has been dominated (to its detriment) by two misguided movements, postmodernism and narrative medicine, and that it should be redirected from utilitarian aims towards the goal of exposing medical students to a climate of thought and reflection.

  13. Nuclear medicine in Ghana

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    Affram, R.K.; Kyere, K.; Amuasi, J.

    1991-01-01

    The background to the introduction and application of radioisotopes in medicine culminating in the establishment of the nuclear Medicine Unit at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, Ghana, has been examined. The Unit has been involved in important clinical researches since early 1970s but routine application in patient management has not always been possible because of cost per test and lack of continuous availability of convertible currency for the purchase of radioisotopes which are not presently produced by the National Nuclear Research Institute at Kwabenya. The capabilities and potentials of the Unit are highlighted and a comparison of Nuclear Medicine techniques to other medical diagnostic and imaging methods have been made. There is no organised instruction in the principles of medical imaging and diagnostic methods at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels in Korle Bu Teaching Hospital which has not promoted the use of Nuclear Medicine techniques. The development of a comprehensive medical diagnostic and imaging services is urgently needed. (author). 18 refs., 3 tabs

  14. ISSUES IN MEDICINE

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    MEI1994. ISSUES IN MEDICINE. The crisis in outh African family practice. Athe veil of apartheid, academic boycotts and sanc- tions is slowly lifted off South Africa, the damage that has been done is gradually being assessed. Perhaps the worst hit medical discipline has been South. African family practice and primary care.

  15. Tablet Use within Medicine

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    Hogue, Rebecca J.

    2013-01-01

    This paper discusses the scholarly literature related to tablet computer use in medicine. Forty-four research-based articles were examined for emerging categories and themes. The most studied uses for tablet computers include: patients using tablets to complete diagnostic survey instruments, medical professionals using tablet computers to view…

  16. Dendrimers in Medicine

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    Wu, Linping; Ficker, Mario; Christensen, Jørn Bolstad

    2015-01-01

    Dendrimers are three-dimensional macromolecular structures originating from a central core molecule and surrounded by successive addition of branching layers (generation). These structures exhibit a high degree of molecular uniformity, narrow molecular weight distribution, tunable size and shape ...... as challenging issues surrounding the future development of dendrimer-based medicines....

  17. Jos Journal of Medicine

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    Jos Journal of Medicine is a peer-reviewed journal and editorially independent publication of the Association of Resident Doctors of Jos University Teaching Hospital. It seeks to provide a forum for the dissemination of research, review articles and information in all aspects of medical sciences among medical professionals ...

  18. Annals of Nigerian Medicine

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    The Annals of Nigerian Medicine is an editorially independent publication by the Association of Resident Doctors of the Ahmadu Bello University Teaching hospital Zaria, Nigeria. the journal is multidisciplinary and provides a forum for the dissemination of research finding, reviews, theories and information on all aspects of ...

  19. Archives of Ibadan Medicine

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    The Archives of Ibadan Medicine is a broad-based medical publication which focuses on topics with a tropical slant that would be of interest to a worldwide readership. As such, suitable articles (original articles, case reports, points of technique, editorials or leader articles) on issues which would be of interest to this ...

  20. Alexandria Journal of Medicine

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    The Alexandria Journal of Medicine is concerned with providing a venue for publication of research, with a particular focus on diseases of high prevalence in MENA (Middle East and North Africa) and its comparison to their profile worldwide. Manuscripts from the international scientific community are also welcome to cater ...

  1. Medicine in Ancient Assur

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    Arbøll, Troels Pank

    This dissertation is a microhistorical study of a single individual named Kiṣir-Aššur who practiced medicine in the ancient city of Assur (modern northern Iraq) in the 7th century BCE. The study provides the first detailed analysis of one healer’s education and practice in ancient Mesopotamia...

  2. Libyan Journal of Medicine

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    The aim of the journal is to publish high quality medical data in the different discipline of medicine. It also aims at rapid publication via the advanced online publication. The journal is directed to clinicians and researcher around the globe. The scope of the journal covers all medical research and related subjects.

  3. Nuclear medicine in China

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    Wang, Shihchen; Liu, Xiujie

    1986-01-01

    Since China first applied isotopes to medical research in 1956, over 800 hospitals and research institutions with 4000 staff have taken up nuclear technology. So far, over 120 important biologically active materials have been measured by radioimmunoassay in China, and 44 types of RIA kit have been supplied commercially. More than 50,000 cases of hyperthyroidism have been treated satisfactorily with 131 I. Radionuclide imaging of practically all organs and systems of the human body has been performed, and adrenal imaging and nuclear cardiology have become routine clinical practice in several large hospitals. The thyroid iodine uptake test, renogram tracing and cardiac function studies with a cardiac probe are also commonly used in most Chinese hospitals. The active principles of more than 60 medicinal herbs have been labelled with isotopes in order to study the drug metabolism and mechanism of action. Through the use of labelled neurotransmitters or deoxyglucose, RIA, radioreceptor assay and autoradiography, Chinese researchers have made remarkable achievements in the study of the scientific basis of acupuncture analgesia. In 1980 the Chinese Society of Nuclear Medicine was founded, and since 1981 the Chinese Journal of Nuclear Medicine has been published. Although nuclear medicine in China has already made some progress, when compared with advanced countries, much progress is still to be made. It is hoped that international scientific exchange will be strengthened in the future. (author)

  4. Technology and medicine.

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    Booth, C

    1985-05-22

    Technology, which is older than science, has been of vital importance in the development of modern medicine. Even so, there are voices of dissent to be heard. The disenchantment with technology expressed by Aldous Huxley in Brave new world has been echoed by contemporary writers on the technology of modern medicine. Medicine is seen by some to have been dehumanized by technology, and techniques that are expensive are thought to be consuming a greater proportion of health resources than they deserve. The practice of medicine has, nevertheless, been transformed by modern technology and diagnostic techniques and therapeutic measures undreamed of a few short decades ago are now commonplace. There is no reason why these developments should be any more dehumanizing than the use of similar techniques in modern transportation or communication, nor is their expense out of proportion when compared with other demands on the nation's purse. British workers have been at the forefront of many recent advances. Yet, even though the National Health Service provides a ready market for the products of British medical technology, the nation depends to an inordinate degree on imported products. In the development of appropriate medical technology there is an urgent need for better communication between inventors, scientists, industrialists and the National Health Service. At the same time there is an equal need for improved evaluation of untried techniques. The pressure for a central integrating body to coordinate resources could well be supported by the establishment of evaluation units in the different health authorities in this country.

  5. Sports Medicine: What is a Sports Medicine Specialist?

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    What is a Sports Medicine Specialist? A physician with significant specialized training in both the treatment and prevention of illness and injury. The Sports Medicine Specialist helps patients maximize function and minimize ...

  6. Sistema Nacional de Evaluación de Impacto Ambiental

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    Perú. Consejo Nacional del Ambiente

    1999-01-01

    Contiene: Sección 1. Revisión sobre la experiencia internacional en evaluación de impacto ambiental. Sección 2. Análisis legal e institucional de la aplicación de impacto ambiental en el Perú. Sección 3. Póliticas y procedimientos de evaluación de impacto ambiental. Sección 4. Proyecto de ley del Sistema de evaluación del Impacto Ambiental Constituye un insumo para la toma de decisones respecto a la creación de un sistema nacional de evaluación de impacto ambiental, este documento es el re...

  7. Evaluación de un sistema experimental de acuaponia

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    M. García-Ulloa

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available Se evaluó un sistema experimental de acuaponia, incorporando la producción de tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus y pepino (Cucumis sativus durante 75 días. Los peces (90 g de peso promedio inicial se mantuvieron en un tanque de 500 l, a una densidad de 0.6 peces/litro, mientras que 40 plántulas de pepino se sembraron en 2 camas de arena estéril. Las plantas se regaron con agua de desecho de las tilapias, con un sistema de recirculación de agua. Cada semana se registraron las concentraciones de amonia no ionizada, nitritios y nitratos. Al final del cultivo, los peces crecieron 25 g, en promedio, y se produjeron casi 5 kg de pepino. Las curvas de compuestos nitrogenados mostraron un flujo de nutrientes para las plantas y aporte de agua sin niveles peligrosos de amonia y nitritos para los peces.

  8. Uma maquina virtual para ADA num sistema com multiplos processadores

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    Osvaldo Alves dos Santos

    1985-01-01

    Resumo: A linguagem de programação Ada é uma linguagem de propósito geral, possuindo os recursos oferecidos pelas linguagens clássicas tais como Pascal e Algol bem como as facilidades de elaboração de programas modulares. Programação de sistemas e programação em tempo real, que normalmente são encontradas somente em linguagens específicas. Neste texto é apresentada uma proposta de um sistema de execução para Ada. Dada a extensão do trabalho, será tratada somente a parte concorrente e as exceç...

  9. The Traditional Medicine and Modern Medicine from Natural Products

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    Haidan Yuan

    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available Natural products and traditional medicines are of great importance. Such forms of medicine as traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurveda, Kampo, traditional Korean medicine, and Unani have been practiced in some areas of the world and have blossomed into orderly-regulated systems of medicine. This study aims to review the literature on the relationship among natural products, traditional medicines, and modern medicine, and to explore the possible concepts and methodologies from natural products and traditional medicines to further develop drug discovery. The unique characteristics of theory, application, current role or status, and modern research of eight kinds of traditional medicine systems are summarized in this study. Although only a tiny fraction of the existing plant species have been scientifically researched for bioactivities since 1805, when the first pharmacologically-active compound morphine was isolated from opium, natural products and traditional medicines have already made fruitful contributions for modern medicine. When used to develop new drugs, natural products and traditional medicines have their incomparable advantages, such as abundant clinical experiences, and their unique diversity of chemical structures and biological activities.

  10. The Traditional Medicine and Modern Medicine from Natural Products.

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    Yuan, Haidan; Ma, Qianqian; Ye, Li; Piao, Guangchun

    2016-04-29

    Natural products and traditional medicines are of great importance. Such forms of medicine as traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurveda, Kampo, traditional Korean medicine, and Unani have been practiced in some areas of the world and have blossomed into orderly-regulated systems of medicine. This study aims to review the literature on the relationship among natural products, traditional medicines, and modern medicine, and to explore the possible concepts and methodologies from natural products and traditional medicines to further develop drug discovery. The unique characteristics of theory, application, current role or status, and modern research of eight kinds of traditional medicine systems are summarized in this study. Although only a tiny fraction of the existing plant species have been scientifically researched for bioactivities since 1805, when the first pharmacologically-active compound morphine was isolated from opium, natural products and traditional medicines have already made fruitful contributions for modern medicine. When used to develop new drugs, natural products and traditional medicines have their incomparable advantages, such as abundant clinical experiences, and their unique diversity of chemical structures and biological activities.

  11. Practice of defensive medicine | Buowari | Jos Journal of Medicine

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    Background: Defensive medicine is prescribing of unnecessary investigation and procedure and taking measures in order to prevent medical litigations. Litigation in medicine is generally high against doctors in the surgical specialities. Methodology: Literature search on articles on defensive medicine was done. Conclusion: ...

  12. Bifurcaciones del Sistema de FitzHugh-Nagumo (FHN

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    Fernando Ongay Larios

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available La familia paramétrica de los sistemas de FitzHugh-Nagumo es rica en bifurcaciones (Rocsoreanu et al., 2000. En este artículo estudiamos las bifurcaciones silla-nodo y de Hopf desde el punto de vista matemático de esta familia y se describen completamente los conjuntos de bifurcación en el espacio de parámetros.

  13. Prefabricación en madera. El sistema H B

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    Editorial, Equipo

    2017-01-01

    Los elementos HB constituyen una nueva forma de empleo de la madera en la construcción de pabellones industriales. El elemento HB fundamental se compone de una sección "I", en la cual tanto el alma como las alas están formadas por secciones normales de madera, cuyas fuerzas internas se transmiten por un sistema combinado de encolado y clavado.

  14. El Sistema de Referencia Celeste convencional de la IAU

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    Arias, E. F.

    La Unión Astronómica Internacional (IAU) recomendó la adopción de un nuevo sistema de referencia celeste baricéntrico cuyo plano fundamental y origen de ascensiones rectas estén próximos, respectivamente, al ecuador y equinoccio dinámicos J2000.0. El nuevo sistema de referencia estará materializado por las posiciones J2000.0 de radiofuentes extragalácticas determinadas con la técnica de interferometría de larga línea de base (VLBI). El Working Group on Reference Frames de la IAU (WGRF) decidió adoptar (Grasse, 1995) al sistema de referencia celeste extragaláctico del Servicio Internacional de la Rotación Terrestre (IERS) como futuro sistema de referencia celeste convencional bajo el nombre International Celestial Reference System (ICRS) y encomendó su mantenimiento futuro al IERS. El marco de referencia que materializará al ICRS contiene posiciones precisas J2000.0 de más de 600 radiofuentes extragalácticas. Las coordenadas fueron ajustadas en una única solución VLBI en la cual se incluyeron todas las observaciones realizadas hasta octubre de 1995 con la técnica de adquisición de datos VLBI Mark III. Para minimizar los errores sistemáticos que pueden afectar la calidad del marco de referencia se introdujeron mejoras sustanciales en la modelización y en la selección de datos. Un subconjunto de objetos del marco de referencia se utilizó para referir las posiciones estelares determinadas con el satélite astrométrico Hipparcos al ICRS.

  15. LA DIVERSIDAD DE ESPECIES ÚTILES Y SISTEMAS AGROFORESTALES.

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    Hermilio Navarro Garza

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available El manejo y uso de biodiversidad sustentan servicios agroecosistémicos multifuncionales: aprovisionamiento de alimentos, forrajes, leña, madera, combustibles, fibra y recarga de acuíferos, entre otros. La pérdida de diversidad biológica y los riesgos crecientes de su deterioro, inherentes frecuentemente a diversas actividades humanas, plantean la necesidad de desarrollar capacidades institucionales y sociales para su restauración y conservación. El objetivo de este trabajo fue identificar y describir la diversidad de árboles y arbustos, sus usos y tipos de sistemas agroforestales. Lo importante es conocer la multiplicidad de usos, como expresión sintética de lógicas funcionales que viabilizan los sistemas agroforestales territoriales. La metodología fue descriptiva, basada en talleres participativos orientados a conocer la diversidad de recursos y usos. Posteriormente, selección de unidades familiares, transectos, entrevistas, colecta y clasificación de ejemplares. Se identificaron 81 especies y 34 familias. La diversidad se amplifica por la multifuncionalidad de usos para 55.6 % de especies: 7.42 %, con cinco tipos de usos; 11.1 % con cuatro tipos; 14.8 %, con tres; y 22.2 % con dos. Tipos de usos: leña, 41 especies; medicinales, 30; elaboración de utensilios, 29; madera, 25; fines alimenticios, 23; forrajeras, 20, y cercos vivos, seis especies. De los sistemas familiares, 91.7 % utilizan sistemas agrosilvícolas, y 41.7 %, silvopastoriles, según diversos propósitos socioeconómicos y combinaciones de usos.

  16. Uso de coronas sistema cad-cam en implantes osteointegrados

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    Dr. R. Daniel Bacigalupe

    2014-01-01

    En este trabajo de investigación planteamos la posibilidad de utilizar en forma usual cerámica feldespática pre-sinterizada en presentación de cubo y manejada por sistema asistido por computador (CEREC, elaborándose coronas de forma inmediata sobre pilares metálicos maquinados en implantes oseointegrados. Evaluando si este material es capaz de resistir la fuerza masticatoria.

  17. Sistemas de control automático en pavimentadoras acabadoras

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    Chinchilla, M.

    1962-10-01

    Full Text Available Los sistemas de control automático tienden a lograr la fijación de la posición de la placa acabadora, de forma que, independientemente de las irregularidades del suelo y alteraciones producidas por las ruedas y orugas durante el movimiento de máquina, se consiga una superficie plana uniforme y del espesor y pendiente deseados.

  18. Enfermedades poco comunes: una prioridad de los sistemas de salud

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    RAP

    2017-01-01

    Las enfermedades poco comunes, incluidas las de origen genético, son aquellas enfermedades que tienen una prevalencia baja, menor de 5 casos por cada 10.000 habitantes en la comunidad, según la definición de la Unión Europea. Estas enfermedades tienen ciertas características comunes. Son, en su mayor parte, degenerativas y constituyen una prioridad de los sistemas de salud.

  19. Sistemas de apareamiento en un primate neotropical (Alouatta caraya

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    Oklander, Luciana

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available La socioecología de primates no humanos provee un marco para comprender la evolución de varios aspectos de la conducta de nuestros antepasados. Un aspecto relevante de la evolución de los sistemas sociales es la descripción de los sistemas de apareamiento, que dependen de una combinación de estudios genéticos y comportamentales. Los estudios genéticomoleculares, en particular los STRs han permitido dilucidar sistemas de apareamiento y detallar el éxito reproductivo de los individuos. En platirrinos es necesario desarrollar STRs específicos. En el presente trabajo se detectaron STRs para Alouatta caraya. Estos monos aulladores habitan en el Noreste de nuestro país y países limítrofes, y sus tropas pueden tener uno o varios machos adultos. Se espera que el rango del macho juegue un papel importante en el acceso a hembras. Sin embargo, en varias especies de primates las hembras son promiscuas. Varias hipótesis explicarían este comportamiento desde asegurarse la fertilización, hasta evitar el infanticidio. Los objetivos del estudio fueron determinar si las jerarquías de dominancia entre machos se reflejan en un mayor acceso a cópulas y en la paternidad de las crías. Los resultados muestran que los machos dominantes obtuvieron un mayor número de cópulas (p<0,05, aunque las hembras copularon con varios machos de su tropa y tropas vecinas. La determinación de la paternidad de las crías permitirá dilucidar el sistema de apareamiento de estos primates.

  20. Doctor of medicine profession (MD)

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    ... a Canadian who was one of the greatest professors of medicine in modern history. He worked at ... medicine and later went to Oxford as Regent professor, where he was knighted. He established patient-oriented ...