Recursos Tecnológicos e Formação

Base de dados :                         MEDLINE_1997-2009
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Recursos Tecnológicos e Formação
          [PMID]:     19273804
Base de dados :                  MEDLINE_1997-2009
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Recursos Tecnológicos e Formação
                     [PMID]:     9761616

                 [Au] Autor:     Carvalho F; Te...
Recursos Tecnológicos e Formação
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Recursos Tecnológicos e Formação

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Recursos Tecnológicos e Formação




           [PMID]:     19273797
       [Au] Autor:     Wysong A; Lee PP; Sloan FA
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  1. 1. Recursos Tecnológicos e Formação Base de dados : MEDLINE_1997-2009 Pesquisa : demencia AND idosos Operador: And Descritores: Demencia Qualificação: Terceira Idade [PMID]: 19255410 [Au] Autor: Berlau DJ; Corrada MM; Head E; Kawas CH [Ad] Endereço: Institute of Brain Aging and Dementia, University of California Irvine, Irvine, CA 92697-1400, USA. danb@uci.edu [Ti] Título: APOE epsilon2 is associated with intact cognition but increased Alzheimer pathology in the oldest old. [So] Source: Neurology;72(9):829-34, 2009 Mar 3. [Is] ISSN: 1526-632X [Cp] País de United States publicação: [La] Idioma: eng [Ab] Resumo: BACKGROUND: Many studies have examined the role of APOE genotype in the development of dementia, specifically Alzheimer disease (AD). The APOE epsilon4 allele (APOE4) is a risk factor for both clinical and neuropathologic AD whereas the APOE epsilon2 allele (APOE2) seems to be protective. This would predict, even with advanced age, that APOE2 carriers would be less likely to have dementia and less likely to meet pathologic criteria for AD. METHODS: The first 85 genotyped participants from The 90+ Study to come to autopsy were included. All-cause dementia (using DSM-IV criteria) and AD (using National Institute of Neurological and Communicative Disorders and Stroke-Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Association criteria) diagnoses were made by consensus conference using all available information including neuropsychological testing, neurologic examination, and medical records. Neuropathologic examination included Braak and Braak staging for plaques and tangles and diagnosis of neuropathologic AD using National Institute on Aging-Reagan criteria. RESULTS: Across all genotypes, 58.5% of subjects were diagnosed with clinical dementia (81% of dementia was AD) and 50.0% met neuropathologic criteria for AD. Compared to those with an APOE epsilon3/epsilon3 genotype (APOE3/3), APOE4 carriers were more likely to be diagnosed with dementia (odds ratio [OR] = 12.2, 95% confidence interval [CI] = 1.5-102.0), whereas APOE2 carriers were not (OR = 0.3, 95% CI = 0.1-1.3). Surprisingly, both APOE4 (OR = 4.6, 95% CI = 1.3-16.5) and APOE2 (OR = 7.8, 95% CI = 1.5-40.2) carriers were more likely to meet neuropathologic criteria for AD than those with APOE3/3 genotype. CONCLUSIONS: In the oldest old, the presence of the APOE epsilon2 allele (APOE2) was associated with a somewhat reduced risk of dementia, but paradoxically was associated with increased Alzheimer disease (AD) neuropathology. Therefore, oldest old APOE2 carriers may have some mechanism that contributes to the maintenance of cognition independently of the formation of AD pathology. [Pt] Tipo de COMPARATIVE STUDY; JOURNAL ARTICLE; RESEARCH SUPPORT, N.I.H., publicação: EXTRAMURAL; RESEARCH SUPPORT, NON-U.S. GOV'T [Nm] Nome de 0 (Apolipoprotein E2) substância: [Em] Mês de 0903 entrada: [Sb] Subgrupo de AIM; IM revista: [Da] Data de 090303 entrada para processamento: [St] Status: MEDLINE Ana Gomes e Letícia Silva
  2. 2. Recursos Tecnológicos e Formação [PMID]: 19273804 Base de dados : MEDLINE_1997-2009 [Au] Autor: Nangia V; Bhojwani K; Matin A; Sinha A; Jonas JB AND Idade Pesquisa : Envelhecimento AND Terceira [Ti] Título: Intraocular pressure and arterial blood pressure: the Central India Eye and Medical Operador: Study. And Descritores: Envelhecimento Qualificação: Arch Ophthalmol;127(3):339-40, 2009 Mar. o[So] Source: Terceira Idade [Is] ISSN: 1538-3601 [Cp] País de United States publicação: [La] Idioma: eng [Pt] Tipo de LETTER; RESEARCH SUPPORT, NON-U.S. GOV'T publicação: [Em] Mês de 0903 entrada: [Sb] Subgrupo de AIM; IM revista: [Da] Data de 090310 entrada para processamento: [St] Status: MEDLINE Base de Dados: MEDLINE_1997-2009 Pesquisa: saude AND doenca AND (terceira AND idade) Operador: And Descritores: Saúde e Doença Qualificação: Terceira Idade Ana Gomes e Letícia Silva
  3. 3. Recursos Tecnológicos e Formação [PMID]: 9761616 [Au] Autor: Carvalho F; Telarolli Junior R; Machado JCMS [Ad] Endereço: Faculdade de Ciências e Letras de São José do Rio Pardo, Av. Mário Ybarra de Almeida 1498, Araraquara, SP, 14800-420, Brasil. [Ti] Título: [An anthropological investigation of old age and concepts concerning arterial hypertension] [Ti] Título: Uma investigação antropológica na terceira idade: concepçoes sobre a hipertensão arterial.. [So] Source: Cad Saude Publica;14(3):617-21, 1998 Jul-Sep. [Is] ISSN: 0102-311X [Cp] País de publicação: BRAZIL [La] Idioma: por [Ab] Resumo: Anthropology and sociology are joining epidemiology, clinical investigation, and pathophysiology in studies on the aging process of the Brazilian population. The objectives of the present study were: a) to identify the concepts of the elderly population of the municipality of Araraquara, São Paulo, Brazil, towards the etiology of arterial hypertension (AH) and the relevance of the different signs and symptoms that accompany the disease; b) to improve elderly people's concepts towards the relevance and utilization of different treatment categories for AH. Structured interviews were conducted with 29 individuals, the majority aged 60 years or over, who were being treated for hypertension at the Araraquara municipal gerontology outpatient clinic in August 1996. Patients were properly informed by the health team about problems related to AH, as clearly perceived in the discourse of the elderly. Folkloric concepts pertaining to etiology also appeared in the interviews and should be taken into consideration in the implementation of health education activities. Care provided by an interdisciplinary team was valued by the elderly. The most frequent complaint was the lack of free distribution of prescription medication for AH at the clinic. [Mh] Termos MeSH: Adolescente Adulto Fatores Etários Idoso Envelhecimento/*PH Antropologia Física Brasil Feminino Educação em Saúde Hipertensão/DI/*ET/TH [Pt] Tipo de publicação: ENGLISH ABSTRACT; JOURNAL ARTICLE [Em] Mês de entrada: 9811 [Cu] Atualização por classe: 071115 [Lr] Data última revisão: 071115 [Sb] Subgrupo de revista: IM Ana Gomes e Letícia Silva
  4. 4. Recursos Tecnológicos e Formação [Da] Data de entrada para 981124 processamento: [St] Status: MEDLINE Base de Dados: MEDLINE_1997-2009 Pesquisa: sexualidade AND (terceira AND idade) Operador: And, () Descritores: Sexualidade Qualificação: Terceira Idade [PMID]: 18723307 [Au] Autor: Politi MC; Clark MA; Rogers ML; McGarry K; Sciamanna CN [Ad] Endereço: Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University/The Miriam Hospital, Centers for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine, CORO Suite 500, One Hoppin Street, Providence, RI 02903, USA. mary_politi@brown.edu [Ti] Título: Patient-provider communication and cancer screening among unmarried women. [So] Source: Patient Educ Couns;73(2):251-5, 2008 Nov. [Is] ISSN: 0738-3991 [Cp] País de Ireland publicação: [La] Idioma: eng [Ab] Resumo: OBJECTIVES: Unmarried women are less likely than married women to receive recommended cancer screenings. Patient-provider communication is a consistent predictor of cancer screening among women. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between patient and provider communication, barriers to cancer screening, and on-schedule breast and cervical cancer screening (BCCS) among unmarried women. METHODS: Data were from the Cancer Screening Project for Women, a 2003-2005 survey examining cancer screening practices. We computed polytomous logistic regression models to examine the relationship between communication (communication about tests, communication about sexual and intimate relationships), barriers to screening, and on-schedule BCCS among unmarried women. RESULTS: A total of 630 women were enrolled, and 605 women completed the baseline questionnaire. Overall, more than 60% reported on- schedule BCCS. More than half reported that their providers communicated about BCCS most or all of the time. Fewer than half communicated about sexual history and intimate relationships. Women who reported that their providers communicated about screening tests and their sexual and intimate relationships were more likely to be on-schedule for BCCS. CONCLUSION: Patient-provider communication about multiple topics may encourage women to remain on-schedule for their recommended cancer screenings. Longitudinal research should be conducted to examine whether communication predicts BCCS, and to examine how patient and provider characteristics may influence communication in order to promote adherence to screening guidelines for unmarried women. PRACTICE IMPLICATIONS: Comprehensive Ana Gomes e Letícia Silva
  5. 5. Recursos Tecnológicos e Formação communication that goes beyond information about screening tests may impact adherence to cancer screening guidelines. [Mh] Termos Idoso MeSH: Programas de Rastreamento/*UT Meia-Idade [Pt] Tipo de JOURNAL ARTICLE publicação: [Em] Mês de 0903 entrada: [Sb] Subgrupo de N revista: [Da] Data de 090130 entrada para processamento: [St] Status: MEDLINE Base de Dados: MEDLINE_1997-2009 Pesquisa: Depressão AND (Terceira AND Idade) Operador: AND, () Descritores: Depressão Qualificação: Terceira Idade Ana Gomes e Letícia Silva
  6. 6. Recursos Tecnológicos e Formação [PMID]: 19273797 [Au] Autor: Wysong A; Lee PP; Sloan FA [Ad] Endereço: Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, North Carolina 27708, USA. [Ti] Título: Longitudinal incidence of adverse outcomes of age-related macular degeneration. [So] Source: Arch Ophthalmol;127(3):320-7, 2009 Mar. [Is] ISSN: 1538-3601 [Cp] País de United States publicação: [La] Idioma: eng [Ab] Resumo: OBJECTIVE: To describe the visual, functional, and general health complication rates associated with age-related macular degeneration (AMD) in a nationally representative longitudinal sample of elderly persons. METHODS: This is a longitudinal retrospective cohort study (January 1, 1994-December 31, 2004) that used Medicare claims data. We identified beneficiaries aged 68 years and older who had newly diagnosed AMD in 1994 (n = 32,702) and age-, sex-, and race-matched controls who had routine eye surveillance and no diagnosis of AMD throughout the observational period (n = 32,702). Main outcome measures included cumulative incidence of vision loss, blindness, hip fracture, depression, and nursing home placement and prevalence of 16 general health conditions. RESULTS: Elderly individuals with newly diagnosed AMD had higher rates of blindness, vision loss, depression, hip fracture, and residence in a nursing home than those without AMD during a 10-year follow- up period. Individuals with AMD also had a higher prevalence of 11 of 16 general health conditions compared with controls. CONCLUSIONS: Individuals aged 68 years and older with AMD had higher rates of visual and functional impairments and had more illness than controls. Our findings demonstrate the substantial resource commitment of caring for the multifaceted health issues of persons diagnosed with AMD. [Mh] Termos Idoso MeSH: Idoso de 80 Anos ou mais Transtorno Depressivo/*EP Feminino Pesquisa sobre Serviços de Saúde [Pt] Tipo de JOURNAL ARTICLE; RESEARCH SUPPORT, N.I.H., EXTRAMURAL publicação: [Em] Mês de 0903 entrada: [Sb] Subgrupo de AIM; IM revista: [Da] Data de 090310 entrada para processamento: [St] Status: MEDLINE Ana Gomes e Letícia Silva

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