Diaz Plasencia J.A.,Antenor Orrego Private University
Revista Cubana de Educacion Medica Superior | Year: 2016
This review has presented various learning orientations framed in behaviorist, cognitivist, humanist, social learning, and constructivist orientations to learning that constitute the psycho-pedagogical support of portfolio in the context of medical education. Given the current climate of change, medical educators need to become conversant with different learning theories to create appropriate learning environments and optimize self-directed and self-reflective learning through the portfolio. In conclusion the development of a portfolio among adult learners it is based in the theories of andragogy and self-directed learning and parameters relating to the progressive improvement, critical dialogue, argumentation and cognitive flexibility. © 2016, Editorial Ciencias Medicas. All rights reserved.
Leiva S.,Antenor Orrego Private University |
Meerow A.W.,USDAARS SHRS
PhytoKeys | Year: 2016
Clinanthus milagroanthus S. Leiva & Meerow, sp. nov. is described from the Department of La Libertad in Peru. The new species is most closely related to C. mirabilis (Ravenna) Meerow, with further affinities to C. viridiflorus (R. & P.) Meerow. It can be distinguished from C. mirabilis by its wider leaves, the much more brightly colored and wide spreading limb, and the much lighter colored perigone tube (yellowish green vs. dark green in C. mirabilis). A conspicuous bulge just proximal to the midpoint of the tube is a unique character of the new species. © Segundo Leiva, Alan W. Meerow.
PubMed | University of Alberta, Antenor Orrego Private University and King's College London
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Dental press journal of orthodontics | Year: 2016
To compare self-esteem scores in 12 to 16-year-old adolescents with different Angle malocclusion types in a Peruvian sample.A cross-sectional study was conducted in a sample of 276 adolescents (159, 52 and 65 with Angle Class I, II and III malocclusions, respectively) from Trujillo, Peru. Participants were asked to complete the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale (RSES) and were also clinically examined, so as to have Angle malocclusion classification determined. Analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) was used to compare RSES scores among adolescents with Class I, II and III malocclusions, with participants demographic factors being controlled.Mean RSES scores for adolescents with Class I, II and III malocclusions were 20.47 3.96, 21.96 3.27 and 21.26 4.81, respectively. The ANCOVA test showed that adolescents with Class II malocclusion had a significantly higher RSES score than those with Class I malocclusion, but there were no differences between other malocclusion groups. Supplemental analysis suggested that only those with Class II, Division 2 malocclusion might have greater self-esteem when compared to adolescents with Class I malocclusion.This study shows that, in general, self-esteem did not vary according to adolescents malocclusion in the sample studied. Surprisingly, only adolescents with Class II malocclusion, particularly Class II, Division 2, reported better self-esteem than those with Class I malocclusion. A more detailed analysis assessing the impact of anterior occlusal features should be conducted.
PubMed | Antenor Orrego Private University and U.S. Department of Agriculture
Type: | Journal: PhytoKeys | Year: 2016
Clinanthus milagroanthus S. Leiva & Meerow, sp. nov. is described from the Department of La Libertad in Peru. The new species is most closely related to Clinanthus mirabilis (Ravenna) Meerow, with further affinities to Clinanthus viridiflorus (R. & P.) Meerow. It can be distinguished from Clinanthus mirabilis by its wider leaves, the much more brightly colored and wide spreading limb, and the much lighter colored perigone tube (yellowish green vs. dark green in Clinanthus mirabilis). A conspicuous bulge just proximal to the midpoint of the tube is a unique character of the new species.
Deanna R.,National University of Cordoba |
Gonzalez S.L.,Antenor Orrego Private University |
Barboza G.E.,National University of Cordoba
Phytotaxa | Year: 2014
Four new species of Larnax, L. macasiana, L. pumila, L. purpureocarpa, and L. toledoana, are described and illustrated and species conservation assessments presented. Eighteen lectotypifications of Peruvian Larnax: Larnax abra-patriciae, L. altomayoensis, L. bongaraensis, L. chotanae, L. dilloniana, L. kann-rasmusseniorum, L. longipedunculata, L. lutea, L. nieva, L. pedrazae, L. peruviana, L. pilosa, L. pomacochaense, L. purpurea, L. sagasteguii, L. sawyeriana, L. schjellerupiae, and L. vasquezii are proposed, mostly to replace material destroyed in a fire at HAO (Trujillo, Peru). A new synonym of Deprea orinocensis from Ecuador, Iochroma suffruticosum is also proposed and lectotypified based on an examination of original type material. © 2014 Magnolia Press.
Rhainds M.,Purdue University |
Cabrera - La Rosa J.C.,Antenor Orrego Private University
International Journal of Pest Management | Year: 2010
In recent years, the bagworm Oiketicus kirbyi (Guilding) has become a pest of increasing importance in Peruvian avocado orchards. A study conducted in six commercial orchards evaluated the ecology of, and feeding damage caused by, bagworms on avocado on the southern coast of Peru. In March 2009, the population of live individuals at different locations consisted of second to sixth larval instars. The sex-ratio in the previous generation of bagworms (the parents of larvae) was female-biased, and the mortality rate was higher for females than males. The percentage of mated females varied between 76.7 and 99.1% and declined when the proportion of males was low. The damage caused by bagworm larvae usually results from defoliation, but in the case of O. kirbyi on avocado, the presence of larvae on the fruits was associated with blemishes that limit the marketability of fruits; thus bagworms cause direct economic losses for avocado growers. Future studies are needed to assess the timing of larval emergence with a view to preventing widespread infestation by dispersing neonate bagworms. © 2010 Taylor & Francis.
[Trends in incidence and risk factors associated with the development of pancreatic cancer. Regional Institute of Neoplastic Diseases "Dr. Luis Pinillos Ganoza "- Iren North. 2008 - 2011]. [Tendencias en la incidencia y factores de riesgo asociados al desarrollo de cáncer de páncreas. Instituto Regional de Enfermedades Neoplásicas "Dr. Luis Pinillos Ganoza" - Iren Norte. 2008 - 2011.]
Laban Villanueva C.E.,Antenor Orrego Private University
Revista de gastroenterología del Perú : órgano oficial de la Sociedad de Gastroenterología del Perú | Year: 2012
To determine trends in the prevalence and identify the main risk factors associated with the development of pancreatic cancer. Study of trends in incidence and case-control population consisted of a total of 134 patients. Patients were grouped into: a) Cases: 67 patients diagnosed with pancreatic cancer treated at the Abdomen's Service of the Specialized Surgery Department of the Regional Institute of Neoplastic Diseases "Dr. Luis Pinillos Ganoza "- IREN North during the period 2008 to 2011; and b) Controls: 67 patients diagnosed with gallstones and / or benign biliary disease treated at Belen Hospital in Trujillo during the period 2008 to 2011. The trend curve of incidence of pancreatic cancer showed a curve almost constant throughout the quadrennium 2008 to 2011, with incidence rates of 5.38%, 5.08%, 5.5% and 5.0% respectively. The overall incidence was 5.37%. The trend function was Y = (1756) ± (0.001) (x), with an R2 = 0.318 (p = 0.436). The main risk factors associated with pancreatic cancer were age bigger and equal to 60 years (p = 0.0001), male sex (p = 0.007), diabetes mellitus (p = 0.002) and family history of malignancy (p = 0.016). The trend in incidence in pancreatic cancer was low and constant in its appearance was significantly influenced by age, gender, and presence of diabetes mellitus and family history of cancer.
[Comparison of perception of quality of life in patients with surgical and/or adjuvant in colon cancer and rectal cancer in the Regional Institute of Neoplastic diseases (Trujilo)]. [Comparación de la percepción de la calidad de vida en pacientes con tratamiento quirúrgico y/o adyuvante en cáncer de colon y cáncer de recto en el Instituto Regional de Enfermedades Neoplásicas (Trujilo).]
Herrera Mostacero J.,Antenor Orrego Private University
Revista de gastroenterología del Perú : órgano oficial de la Sociedad de Gastroenterología del Perú | Year: 2010
Determine the effectiveness of surgical treatment and / or adjuvant to improve the quality of life in patients with colon cancer compared to rectal cancer. Cohort study that evaluated 27 patients diagnosed with colon adenocarcinoma (Group A= 12) and rectum (Group B= 15) resectable treated at the Institute Regional of Neoplastic Diseases of Trujillo since the 1 January 2008 until 31 July 2009. The overall life quality, as assessed by the QLQ-C 30 at 3 months postoperatively was 67.86 +/- 17.90 points vs. 68.50 +/- 11.94 points respectively for the patients of groups A and B (p = 0.934).The social function was better in patients undergoing surgery for Group A than Group B , (37.50 + 13.36 points vs. 60.00 + 13.69 points, p = 0.018). Body image at 3 months assessed by the QLQ-CR-29 had an average score of 28.12 +/- 6.12 points and 50.00 +/- 25.00 points for Group A y B respectively (p = 0.034). The Group A patients had a mean score at 6 months for sexual function of 33.33 +/- 12.91 points, while Group B patients this average score was 65.00 +/- 22.36 points (p = 0.016). Both surgeries for colon and rectal cancer are as effective in improving the overall quality of life of these patients, however the social function, body image, and sexual function is better in colon surgery.
Evangelista G.,Antenor Orrego Private University
2014 19th International Conference on Methods and Models in Automation and Robotics, MMAR 2014 | Year: 2014
This paper presents the development of a hexapod robotic research platform for academic use, this platform is characterized by having a virtual environment and a physical model, both for testing and validations. The development emphasizes on procedural character and it has defined stages: Mechanical Design, System Modeling, Embedded System and Control Interface. The mechanical design: preliminary model, motion simulation, physic of materials and manufacture. The system modeling: kinematics, dynamics and locomotion. The Embedded Design: process unit and servo-controller; while Control Interface implements all studies. Finally, the validated procedures demonstrate that is a versatile research platform, which allows validate techniques and studies, and also strengthens the teaching and learning process. © 2014 IEEE.
Cubas-Jaeger J.L.,Antenor Orrego Private University |
Asmat-Abanto A.S.,Antenor Orrego Private University
Revista Espanola de Cirugia Oral y Maxilofacial | Year: 2015
Objective: To compare the efficacy of amoxicillin pre and post to prevent postsurgical removal of third molars infection. Material and method: The clinical trial was conducted in the Department of Dentistry Hospital I El Porvenir-ESSALUD (Trujillo, Peru), between July and November of 2013. The 99 patients were randomized into 3 groups: group 1 received 2. g of amoxicillin one hour before surgery, group 2 received 500. mg of amoxicillin and 500. mg immediately after and every 08. hours for 4 days, and group 3 was not given any antibiotic. The surgical procedure was standardized and performed by the same operator, who was blinded to the procedure. The efficacy in preventing infection was measured by three parameters: pain, oral temperature and discharge. To analyze the proportions comparison test was used with p. <. 0,005. Results: No difference was found between amoxicillin before and after surgery to prevent post extraction of third molars infection (p = 0,60). Furthermore, no difference between those groups and the non-antibiotic administration group was found (p = 0,35 and p = 1,00; respectively). Conclusion: The pre and postoperative administration of amoxicillin are not effective to prevent post extraction of third molars infection. © 2014 SECOM.