ODS/03 - Saúde e bem-estar

Objetivo: Assegurar uma vida saudável e promover o bem-estar para todas e todos, em todas as idades.


Recent Submissions

  1. Incidental gallbladder cancer: what is the prevalence and how do we perform cholecystectomy for presumably benign biliary disease?

    REVISTA DO COLéGIO BRASILEIRO DE CIRURGIõES, v.49, p.e20223417, 2022

    ABSTRACT Objective: to determine the prevalence of incidental gallbladder cancer (IGBC) in cholecystectomies performed in a tertiary public hospital and to describe technical and epidemiological aspects of performing cholecystectomies for presumably benign disease. Method: descriptive, retrospect...

  2. Lived Experiences of Nursing Professionals Providing Care to COVID-19 Patients

    AQUICHAN, v.22, n.4, p.e2247, 2022

    Abstract Objective: To analyze nursing professionals’ reports on their lived experience in the care provided to hospitalized patients with COVID-19. Materials and Methods: This is an exploratory study using a qualitative analysis, which included twelve nurses and eight nursing technicians from a ...

  3. Cardiac Magnetic Resonance and Positron Emission Tomography in the Diagnosis and Follow-Up of Acute Rheumatic Fever - Case Report


  4. Pediatric peritoneal dialysis in Brazil: a discussion about sustainability. A document by the Brazilian Society of Nephrology, the Brazilian Society of Pediatrics, the Brazilian Association of Organ Transplantation, and the Brazilian Association of Dialysis and Transplant Centers

    BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF NEPHROLOGY, v.44, n.4, p.579-584, 2022

    Abstract Introdução: A diálise peritoneal (DP) é importante para a pediatria. Este estudo mostrou dados de centros brasileiros que utilizam DP pediátrica. Método: Estudo transversal, observacional, descritivo com questionário eletrônico. Incluiu-se pacientes de 0-18 anos em DP cadastrados nos ban...

  5. Inclisiran, ARN interferente pequeño: un nuevo enfoque para el tratamiento del colesterol

    REVISTA COLOMBIANA DE CARDIOLOGíA, v.29, n.6, p.663-675, 2022

    Abstract: Hyperlipidemia is a highly prevalent condition and contributes substantially to atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD), which is one of the main causes of morbidity and mortality in Colombia. The reduction of LDL cholesterol (LDL-C) decreases the risk of ASCVD and adverse cardio...

  6. Food readjustment plus exercise training improves cardiovascular autonomic control and baroreflex sensitivity in high-fat diet-fed ovariectomized mice

    PHYSIOLOGICAL REPORTS, v.11, n.5, article ID e15609, 10p, 2023

    Despite consensus on the benefits of food readjustment and/or moderate-intensity continuous exercise in the treatment of cardiometabolic risk factors, there is little evidence of the association between these two cardiovascular risk management strategies after menopause. Thus, the objective of th...

  7. Right Ventricular Architectural Remodeling and Functional Adaptation in Pulmonary Hypertension

    CIRCULATION-HEART FAILURE, v.16, n.2, p.202-211, 2023

    Background:Global indices of right ventricle (RV) function provide limited insights into mechanisms underlying RV remodeling in pulmonary hypertension (PH). While RV myocardial architectural remodeling has been observed in PH, its effect on RV adaptation is poorly understood. Methods:Hemodynamic ...

  8. Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance and Cardiovascular Computed Tomography in the Present and Future Cardiology

    ARQUIVOS BRASILEIROS DE CARDIOLOGIA, v.120, n.1, article ID e20230021, 3p, 2023

  9. Analysing the impact of modifiable risk factors on cardiovascular disease mortality in Brazil

    PLOS ONE, v.17, n.6, 2022

    ObjectivesWe have examined the impact of changes in modifiable risk factors on CVD mortality in 26 Brazilian states from 2005 to 2017. MethodsData were acquired from the Global Burden of Diseases study (GBD) and official sources of the Brazilian government, totalling 312 state-year observations. ...

  10. Sympathetic Neural Overdrive, Aortic Stiffening, Endothelial Dysfunction, and Impaired Exercise Capacity in Severe COVID-19 Survivors: A Mid-Term Study of Cardiovascular Sequelae

    HYPERTENSION, v.80, n.2, p.470-481, 2023

    Background:COVID-19 has become a dramatic health problem during this century. In addition to high mortality rate, COVID-19 survivors are at increased risk for cardiovascular diseases 1-year after infection. Explanations for these manifestations are still unclear but can involve a constellation of...