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Número: v.2, n.2 2016

Articles

  • PUBLIC AND PRIVATE IN A HIGH COMPLEXITY MEDICAL PROCEDURE
    Filho LAS, Gentilli RML, Sogame LCM. O público e o privado em um procedimento de saúde de alta complexidade. Salus J Health Sci. [periódico na internet] 2016;2(2):89-92. Disponível: http://www.salusjournal.org
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    Abstract The care to highly complex services in Brazil is carried out by federal funding. Today, there is a link between the public and private sectors in order to provide, from the private sector part, the necessary equipment for performing high complexity services, being the public sector responsible for funding it. This article aims to […]

  • H1N1 WITH ACUTE RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME AND ENCEPHALOPATHY: A CASE REPORT
    Neto LFSP, Araújo A, Jacobsen DL, Rangel RSS. H1N1 com síndrome do desconforto respiratório agudo e encefalopatia: relato de caso. Salus J Health Sci. [periódico na internet] 2016;2(2):83-8. Disponível: http://www.salusjournal.org
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    Abstract This article describes a case of Influenza A H1N1 in a female patient, 52 years old, previously healthy, presenting atypical pneumonia with fast progression to acute respiratory failure and relatively late introduction of Oseltamivir. The patient has developed secondary staphylococcal pneumonia, Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome and Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome. This patient was not […]

  • SUBTOTAL SPLENECTOMY FOR TREATMENT OF SPLENIC CYST
    Paulo DN, Bongestab R, Oliveira GA, Daher CA, Barros CV. Esplenectomia subtotal para tratamento de cisto esplênico. Salus J Health Sci. [periódico na internet] 2016;2(2):80-82. Disponível: http://www.salusjournal.org
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    Abstract The authors describe a case of splenic cyst treated with splenectomy with preservation of the inferior pole, which is the first description in the literature of the use of this technique in human beings Introduction The spleen cysts are rare, being observed in 0.075% of the autopsies. They may be classified as true cysts […]

  • ROBOTIC RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY
    Paulo DN, Guimarães RA. Prostatectomia radical robótica. Salus J Health Sci. [periódico na internet] 2016;2(2):64-79. Disponível: http://www.salusjournal.org
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    Abstract Robotic radical prostatectomy when compared to the conventional (open) technique, mostly shows that the robotic has a lower rate of bleeding, lower rate of blood transfusion and shorter hospital stay. The results are, yet, controversial in the analysis of other outcomes. It seems the robotic decreases urinary incontinence and impotency, accelerates the recovery of […]

  • ELABORATION OF PRESSURE ULCER PREVENTION PROTOCOL
    Saldanha OCA, Trancoso FG, Leite EC, Paulo MSL, Tieppo A, Devens LT, et al. Elaboração de um protocolo de prevenção de úlcera por pressão. Salus J Health Sci. [periódico na internet] 2016;2(2):48-63. Disponível: http://www.salusjournal.org
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    Abstract Introduction: Pressure ulcers are a major health problem causing complications to the patient and increased hospital costs due to its high cost of treatment. However, it is an entirely preventable disease avoiding its severe consequences. Objective: A pressure ulcer prevention protocol was developed, in order to systematize assistance to patients in risk of their […]

  • THYROID FUNCTION DISORDERS INDUCED BY AMIODARONE
    Tavares MB, Motta PRV, Barros VF, Cezana C, Ferreira LB, Saar SMA, et al. Distúrbios da função tireoidiana induzidos pela amiodarona. Salus J Health Sci. [periódico na internet] 2016;2(2): 39-47. Disponível: http://www.salusjournal.org
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    Abstract Amiodarone is an antiarrhythmic rich in iodine and a medication prescribed in clinical practice for the treatment of cardiac arrhythmias. Its use is related to dysfunction in various organs such as the thyroid gland. It is known that most patients remain euthyroid, but some dysfunctions, for instance hypothyroidism and thyrotoxicosis type I and II, […]

  • PREVALENCE OF COLIFORMS AND STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS IN HANDS OF FOOD HANDLERS OF AN OPEN-AIR MARKET IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF VITÓRIA-ES
    Macedo VF, Zanardo JG, Lopes RPC, Mendonça HFMS, Raymundo NLS, Moraes R. Prevalência de coliformes e Staphylococcus aureus em mãos de manipuladores de alimentos de feira livre de Vitória, ES. Salus J Health Sci. [periódico na internet] 2016;2(2):27-38. Disponível: http://www.salusjournal.org
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    Abstract Introduction: Foodborne diseases (FDs) represent a major public health issue and negatively reflect on the health of populations and on the economic development of countries, leading to labor incapacity and costs with treatments and hospitalization. Objective:  Assess the importance of professional food handlers in open-air markets in the spread of microbial pathogens. Method: The […]

  • CARBOXYTHERAPY EFFECT ON THE CICATRIZATION OF CONTAMINATED SKIN WOUNDS OF RATS
    Paulo DN, Pavan CC, Almeida LDLF. Efeito da carboxiterapia na cicatrização de ferida cutânea contaminada de ratos. Salus J Health Sci. [periódico na internet] 2016;2(2):19-26. Disponível: http://www.salusjournal.org
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    Abstract Objective: To investigate the effect of carboxytherapy in contaminated skin wound on the back of rats. Method: 15 Wistar rats weighting between 264g and 394 g (MD 313± IQD 18.50) were operated. In these animals a skin wound was produced their back with about 1.5 cm diameter and 0.5 cm depth. 24 hours after […]

  • ANALYSIS OF COMPLICATIONS OF PREGNANT WOMEN WITH HEART DISEASE ATTENDED AT A HOSPITAL OF VITÓRIA-ES
    Calil AO, Mario ADS, Garcia FAR, Caminha RBS, Barbosa RR, Jacques T de Melo. Análise das complicações da gestação de mulheres cardiopatas atendidas em um hospital de Vitória-ES. Salus J Health Sci. [periódico na internet] 2016;2(2):11-8. Disponível: http://www.salusjournal.org
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    Abstract Introduction: heart disease remains the leading non-obstetric cause of maternal mortality in pregnancy and childbirth, and predispose the infant to complications. Objective: to analyze neonatal and maternal complications in pregnant women with heart disease. Method: case series study with retrospective data collection through medical records. Thirteen pregnant women with heart disease, served from 2005 […]

  • EXCESSIVE DAYTIME SLEEPINESS IN SUBJECTS WITH SLEEP BREATHING DISORDERS
    Pampolim G, Pires JM, Couto RB, Batista RR. Sonolência excessiva diurna em indivíduos com distúrbios respiratórios do sono. Salus J Health Sci. [periódico na internet] 2016;2(2):1-10. Disponível: http://www.salusjournal.org
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    Abstract Objectives: This study aimed at determining the prevalence of Excessive Daytime Sleepiness (EDS) in patients with sleep breathing disorders, as well as at investigating the sensitivity and specificity of the Epworth Scale to detect the Obstructive Sleep Apnea/Hypopnea Syndrome (OSAH); correlate the apnea-hypopnea index (AHI) and with the degree of EDS; age with the […]

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