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  • Health Education on the Attention Patient Oncological Tracheostomy, an Experience Report

    Health Education on the Attention Patient Oncological Tracheostomy, an Experience Report th COSTA, E.M1; FERREIRA FILHO, H.F1; SANTANA, V.M.A.G1; PESSOA, V.M.L1; SOARES, L.H.M1; SANTOS, L.F.P.B1 Alagoas Health Sciences State University – UNCISAL1 Head and neck cancer is considered a worldwide public health problem, especially in developing countries, where it is among the ten most frequent types of cancer in the world¹. The removal of the lesion impairs the self-image, causes psychological sequelae and sensory and functional deficits². In addition to…

  • A New Approach to Quality of Life in Relation to the Physical Limitations of Haemophilia Patients Attended in a Center of Alagoas Hematólogigo During the Use of Prophylaxis

    A New Approach to Quality of Life in Relation to the Physical Limitations of Haemophilia Patients Attended in a Center of Alagoas Hematólogigo During the Use of Prophylaxis SILVA, J.R.M1; FERRO, L.O1; VIEIRA, M.R.C1; SANTOS FILHO, M.V.C1 University Center OF Alagoas – CESMAC1 Hemophilia is a hereditary coagulation dysfunction linked to chromosome X, being the only woman carrier. Resulting from the disabilities of coagulation factors VIII (A) and IX (B), causes bleeding the muscular level and articulate. This study aimed…

  • Occupational Therapy Contribution in Health Promotion in School Context

    Occupational Therapy Contribution in Health Promotion in School Context:  Experience Report EWERTON MATIAS, E1; FERNANDES, L.O1; SOUZA, M.C.S1; MELO, N.J Alagoas State University of Health Sciences1 The School Health Program (PSE) of the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education, was established in 2007 by Presidential Decree nº 6.286. Created with efforts by the federal government to build intersectoral policies for the improvement of the population quality of life. PSE aims to contribute to the integral formation of students through…

  • Profile of Patients Died of Neoplasia Cervical Malignant in Pernambuco State

    Profile of Patients Died of Neoplasia Cervical Malignant in Pernambuco State  SILVA, A.C1; FERREIRA, T.T.C1; ALVES, J.L1; BRANDÃO, F.S.R1; PEREIRA, M.A.S1; COSTA, B.G.S1 Federal University of Pernambuco – UFPE1 Cervical cancer has a worldwide estimated incidence of approximately half a million cases per year, and 260,000 deaths worldwide, of which 80 % occurred in developing countries1. It is considered the second most common in women, accounting for approximately 15 % of female cancers1. Its incidence increases significantly in developing countries,…

  • Educational achievement in health curriculum in stages mandatory and its importance for vocational training

    Educational achievement in health curriculum in stages mandatory and its importance for vocational training: experience report PEREIRA, C.I.D1; NEVES, R.S1; ANDRADE SILVA, L.A1; SILVA, L.A1; VIRTUOSO, A.F1; QUEIROZ, S.B1. State University of Health Sciences of Alagoas (UNCISAL)/Alagoas Health Sciences State University (UNCISAL)1 The health education discipline arises in order to guide the academic, for the different ways of doing education, seeking improvements in the quality of promoting health. There is ample evidence that the response of the individual recommendations, as…

  • Profile of patients died of neoplasia cervical malignant in pernambuco state

    Profile of patients died of neoplasia cervical malignant in pernambuco state SILVA, A.C1; FERREIRA, T.T.C1; ALVES, J.L1; BRANDÃO, F.S.R1; PEREIRA, M.A.S1; COSTA, B.G.S1. Federal University of Pernambuco – UFPE1 Cervical cancer has a worldwide estimated incidence of approximately half a million cases per year, and 260,000 deaths worldwide, of which 80 % occurred in developing countries1. It is considered the second most common in women, accounting for approximately 15 % of female cancers1. Its incidence increases significantly in developing countries,…

  • Sociodemographic and health aspects of patients with tuberculosis

    Sociodemographic and health aspects of patients with tuberculosis in a city of alagoas  SANTOS, A.C.M1; BARBOSA, M.A.A1; SANTOS, BRC1; FERREIRA, J.M1; MOURA, E.L1; FIGUEIREDO, E.V.M.S1 O. Federal University of Alagoas1 Tuberculosis (TB) is a disease with contagious and infectious aspects, is one of the oldest diseases ever reported for humanity. It has relations with the socioeconomic conditions, poverty and unemployment. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the global perspective about 2 billion people are infected with Koch’s bacillus and,…

  • PRIMARY CILIARY DYSKINESIA

    PRIMARY CILIARY DYSKINESIA RIBEIRO, P.V.C1, JARDIM, A.C.V1, JATOBÁ, V.P1, SILVA NETO, J.F2, SILVA, E.V3, ANJOS, FB1 Medical Student, Federal University of Pernambuco/UFPE1, Federal Rural University of Pernambuco/UFRPE2 The Mental Disorders (MD) are neuropsychological disorders that are gaining greater prominence in society and have the most widespread etiology sociocultural factors. However, recent surveys indicate that teratogenic agents may also play a role in the genesis of these disorders due to changes that promote on embryonic and fetal development. Among such agents,…

  • Role of Dispersion and Functionalization on Mechanical Properties in Carbon Nanotube-Polymer Composites

    Role of Dispersion and Functionalization on Mechanical Properties in Carbon Nanotube-Polymer Composites Sai Praveen Kumar Medisetti1 and Dr. Nicholas Roberts1 1 Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Utah State University, Logan, Utah 84322, USA Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) exhibit excellent mechanical and thermal properties. Designing composites that employ CNTs as the reinforcing or filler material offer the potential to create bulk materials with greatly enhanced mechanical and thermal properties. Unfortunately, the resulting property enhancement in CNT, and other carbon nanomaterial, enhanced…

  • Stress and Spirituality

    Anxiety disorders and homeopathy Dr B V Pattabhiram* and Dr Balaji Deekshitulu P V** *Director Prasanthi Guidance & Counselling Centre, Hyderabad *Psychologist & Alternative Medicine (Homeopathy) Practitioner, Sri Balaji Clinic, Tirupati, A.P, India. In this review article the author argues that complete presentation of various Spiritual methods can reduce the stress and related mental and physical illnesses like Stress anxiety, depression etc.. Life is neither Possible to overcome safely. Spiritual methods like Prayer, Meditation, Mantra and some epic methods are increasing…