Objetivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável - ODS

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Comunidade temática que disponibiliza a produção científica do Sistema FMUSP-HC de acordo com os Objetivos do Desenvolvimento Sustentável (ODS). Os ODS são 17 metas globais, para alcance até 2030, estabelecidas pela Assembleia Geral das Nações Unidas, que tem como finalidades primordiais: acabar com a pobreza, proteger o meio ambiente e o clima e garantir que as pessoas, em todos os lugares, possam desfrutar de paz e de prosperidade.

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  1. Data-driven, cross-disciplinary collaboration: lessons learned at the largest academic health center in Latin America during the COVID-19 pandemic

    FRONTIERS IN PUBLIC HEALTH, v.12, article ID 1369129, 15p, 2024

    Introduction The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted global research efforts to reduce infection impact, highlighting the potential of cross-disciplinary collaboration to enhance research quality and efficiency.Methods At the FMUSP-HC academic health system, we implemented innovative flow management r...

  2. Combined transcatheter aortic valve replacement and left atrial appendage occlusion in patients ineligible for oral anticoagulation: A case series

    JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY CASES, v.26, n.3, p.181-185, 2022

    Patients presenting with aortic stenosis and atrial fibrillation (AF) undergoing transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) are commonly at increased risk for stroke and bleeding complications. Concomitant left atrial appendage occlusion (LAAO) after TAVR may be an alternative to oral anticoag...

  3. Delayed left main coronary obstruction following transfemoral inovare transcatheter aortic valve replacement: A challenging case

    JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY CASES, v.25, n.2, p.61-64, 2022

    Coronary obstruction is an uncommon and severe complication after a transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), that occurs during the procedure in the vast majority of patients. In the present case even in the absence of classic risk factors, an acute coronary syndrome occurred one day after ...

  4. Comparison of Quality of Life in Breast Cancer Survivors with and without Persistent Depressive Symptoms: A 12-Month Follow-Up Study

    INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH, v.20, n.4, article ID 3663, p, 2023

    Although breast cancer treatments reduce mortality, their adverse effects can increase depression which impacts one’s quality of life (QoL). Physical activity (PA) seems to improve the QoL of breast cancer survivors (BCS). However, an unanswered question is the influence of PA on the QoL in BCS w...

  5. Application of thermography to estimate respiratory rate in the emergency room: The journal Temperature toolbox

    TEMPERATURE, v.10, n.2, p.159-165, 2023

    Among the vital signs collected during hospital triage, respiratory rate is an important parameter associated with physiological, pathophysiological, and emotional changes. In recent years, the importance of its verification in emergency centers due to the severe acute respiratory syndrome 2 (SAR...

  6. Effect of Menstrual Cycle Phase on Fuel Oxidation Post HIT in Women Reproductive Age: A Pilot Study

    INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH, v.20, n.4, article ID 3148, p, 2023

    Women of childbearing age have variations in substrate oxidation rates that can lead to overweight, type II diabetes, and other conditions that may be associated with metabolic inflexibility and the variations in estrogen concentrations observed during the monthly ovarian cycle. Purpose: This stu...

  7. Glycemic Variability and Fluctuations in Cognitive Status in Adults With Type 1 Diabetes (GluCog): Observational Study Using Ecological Momentary Assessment of Cognition

    JMIR DIABETES, v.8, article ID e39750, p, 2023

    Background: Individuals with type 1 diabetes represent a population with important vulnerabilities to dynamic physiological, behavioral, and psychological interactions, as well as cognitive processes. Ecological momentary assessment (EMA), a methodological approach used to study intraindividual v...

  8. Age of onset and cumulative risk of mental disorders: a cross-national analysis of population surveys from 29 countries

    THE LANCET PSYCHIATRY, v.10, n.9, p.668-681, 2023

    Background: Information on the frequency and timing of mental disorder onsets across the lifespan is of fundamental importance for public health planning. Broad, cross-national estimates of this information from coordinated general population surveys were last updated in 2007. We aimed to provide...

  9. Response letter: Neuropsychiatric presentation of Covid-19-related encephalitis: Case report

    PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS, v.2, n.2, article ID 100031, p, 2022

    Covid-19-related encephalitis is a heterogeneous syndrome characterized by a combination of clinical, laboratory, and imaging features related to inflammation of the brain, where the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) is presumably the causative agent. We reported a case...

  10. Educational interventions on preventing pressure injuries targeted at nurses: systematic review and meta-analysis

    BRITISH JOURNAL OF NURSING, v.32, p.S40-S50, 2023

    Background: Although preventable, pressure injuries are commonly observed in the hospital setting and are estimated to be the third most costly condition, after cancer and cardiovascular disease. Aim: Nurses play a crucial role in the prevention and management of pressure injuries, however, publi...