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Revista Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud UDES
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Journal
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132 Publications
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http://journalhealthsciences.com/index.php/UDES/oai

 

  • Frequency of denture stomatitis in patients with removable dental prostheses

    Velazquez, Arnaldo; Florentín, Gladys Damiana; Defazio, Diego Javier (2017)
    Introduction: The removable prostheses (RP) restore functions of the individual such as mastication, swallowing, phonation and breathing. When the RP is poorly designed or adapted, it causes damage to the oral mucosa (OM) of support. The most common injuries include denture stomatitis (DS). The DS is considered a risk factor for the occurrence of premalignant and malignant lesions in the oral cavity. Objective: To determine the frequency of DS in patients attending dental consultation of the ...

    Feeding and physical activity intervention in school children in Quillota, Chile: Effects on cardiovascular risk biomarkers

    Luna, Selva Leticia; Lutz, Mariane (2016)
    Background: Chilean school children present a high prevalence of cardiovascular risk (CVR) factors related with bad eating practices and sedentary habits, including overweight and obesity. Objective: to evaluate the impact on RCV of improving the quality of meals delivered by State programs for school children and optimizing their physical activity. Methods: an intervention study was realized in 269 children of both sexes attending third basic grade during 2013 in Quillota, Chile. The subject...

    Caracterización biológica in vitro del efecto antifúngico y citotóxico de derivados semisintéticos del eugenol contra Trichophyton rubrum y células de mamífero

    Rivera Rincón, Yohana; Vargas, Leonor Yamile; Herrera, Laura Viviana; Leal Pinto, Sandra Milena (2017)
    Introducción: Las dermatofitosis o tineas son micosis cutáneas que infectan estrato córneo, uñas y pelo del hombre y animales. Trichophyton rubrum es considerado el principal dermatofito antropofílico causante de dermatofitosis crónica en humanos mediante la presentación de cuadros clínicos como tinea pedis, tinea corporis y tinea unguium, generalmente. Por muchas décadas, los azoles (ketoconazol, imidazol, itraconazol, fluconazol) han sido el tratamiento de elección para estas micosis, sin e...

    Food handling in the household environment as a vulnerability factor to foodborne diseases

    Teo, Carla Rosane Paz Arruda; Balbinotti, Luana; Pasolini, Mariana; Busato, Maria Assunta (2016)
    Introduction: the concept of food security and nutrition is based on the regular and sufficient access to food of adequate quality and it implies food safety as one of its dimensions. Objective: to analyze the sanitary and hygienic conditions of food handling in households in Chapecó (SC), Brazil. Materials and Methods: descriptive study with 138 households selected by systematic sampling to a 5% significance level and a 4% acceptable error. We applied a questionnaire to the person who was th...

    Seroprevalencia del virus respiratorio sincitial bovino (VRSB) en bovinos ubicados en el municipio Valledupar, Cesar. Resultados preliminares

    Rojas, Javier Mauricio; Pinilla, Juan Carlos (2017)
    Introducción: el virus respiratorio sincitial bovino (VRSB) es un neumovirus perteneciente a la familia Paramixoviridae, reconocido como parte del complejo respiratorio bovino, y ocasiona considerables pérdidas económicas. Este virus ha sido ampliamente estudiado, sin embargo, en Colombia existe poca información acerca del comportamiento epidemiológico. Objetivo: El propósito de esta investigación fue realizar un estudio de seroprevalencia para detectar anticuerpos específicos contra el VRSB ...
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