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Humanización de la Pediatría

Miguel Ángel Oliveros Donohue
2016 Acta Médica Peruana  
grupos se separan cada vez más y tienen entre sí una actitud antagónica, de enfrentamiento, cargado de prejuicios, en lugar de una búsquedaOliveros-Donohue MÁ Humanización de la Pediatría Oliveros-Donohue  ... 
doi:10.35663/amp.2015.322.133 fatcat:j5oxxnlokngh5lmoux3lscutle

Land-use changes as a critical factor for long-term wild rabbit conservation in the Iberian Peninsula

MIGUEL DELIBES-MATEOS, MIGUEL ÁNGEL FARFÁN, JESÚS OLIVERO, JUAN MARIO VARGAS
2010 Environmental Conservation  
9 European rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus), a multi-10 functional keystone species in the Iberian Peninsula, 11 have drastically declined over past decades. Rabbit 12 decline has been frequently attributed to the arrival 13 of two viral diseases. However, decline was apparently 14 ongoing before the arrival of the diseases, apparently 15 as a consequence of habitat loss and fragmentation. 16 In this paper, the effect on rabbit populations of 17 land-use changes during recent decades in
more » ... decades in Andalusia 18 (southern Spain) is analysed. Areas favourable for 19 rabbits both at present and during the 1960s are 20 identified, and the environmental and land-use factors
doi:10.1017/s0376892910000214 fatcat:25ikubkc4jaunetx2u6khrehku

A large-scale assessment of European rabbit damage to agriculture in Spain

Miguel Delibes-Mateos, Miguel Ángel Farfán, Carlos Rouco, Jesús Olivero, Ana Luz Márquez, John E Fa, Juan Mario Vargas, Rafael Villafuerte
2017 Pest Management Science  
BACKGROUND: Numerous small and medium-sized mammal pests cause widespread and economically significant damage to crops all over the globe. However, most research on pest species has focused on accounts of the level of damage. There are fewer studies concentrating on the description of crop damage caused by pests at large geographical scales, or on analysis of the ecological and anthropogenic factors correlated with these observed patterns. We investigated the relationship between agricultural
more » ... ween agricultural damage by the European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) and environmental and anthropogenic variables throughout Spain. RESULTS: Rabbit damage was mainly concentrated within the central-southern regions of Spain. We found that rabbit damage increased significantly between the early 2000s and 2013. Greater losses were typical of those areas where farming dominated and natural vegetation was scarce, where main railways and highways were present, and where environmental conditions were generally favourable for rabbit populations to proliferate. CONCLUSION: From our analysis, we suggest that roads and railway lines act as potential corridors along which rabbits can spread. The recent increase in Spain of such infrastructure may explain the rise in rabbit damage reported in this study. Our approach is valuable as a method for assessing drivers of wildlife pest damage at large spatial scales, and can be used to propose methods to reduce human − wildlife conflict.
doi:10.1002/ps.4658 pmid:28722344 fatcat:we4fim4rwvavtmtwyt4m3l5lby

Long-Term Changes in Game Species Over a Long Period of Transformation in the Iberian Mediterranean Landscape

Miguel Delibes-Mateos, Miguel Ángel Farfán, Jesús Olivero, Ana Luz Márquez, Juan Mario Vargas
2009 Environmental Management  
For the mathematical expansion of this parameter, see ''DW(AxA)'' in Olivero and others (1998) . We re-scaled the IH values to range between -1 and ?1.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00267-009-9297-5 pmid:19430827 fatcat:vp7qdaco7vdwbb6eqwb2g3vwru

Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus carriage among guinea pigs raised as livestock in Ecuador

Marlon Zambrano-Mila, Angel S. Rodriguez, Ismar A. Rivera-Olivero, Mauricio Salas-Rueda, Marco Vinicio Caceres-Orellana, Jacobus H. de Waard, Miguel Angel Garcia-Bereguiain
2020 One Health  
Antimicrobial resistance is a growing problem in human and veterinary medicine. Here we show that 6.25% of the guinea pigs studied in Ecuador, raised as livestock, carry methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in the nasopharynx and therefore may potentially play a role in the transmission of MRSA in the Andean Region of South America.
doi:10.1016/j.onehlt.2019.100118 pmid:31853475 pmcid:PMC6911982 fatcat:hmhudwne3rhh5myd26ey4sz2xu

LINEAMIENTOS GENERALES CONTROL DE LOS COSTOS EN LOS PROYECTOS: UN CASO DE ANÁLISIS

Miguel Ángel Oliveros Villegas, Haydeé Rincón de Parra
2012 Revista Universo Contábil  
Ángel Oliveros Villegas -Haydeé Rincón de ParraRevista Universo Contábil,ISSN 1809-3337, FURB, Blumenau, v. 8, n. 3, p. 135-148, jul.  ...  Earned Completion At Index rmance Cost Perfo Complete - BAC VAC VAC = − = − = % EAC BAC VAC Completion At Estimate Completion At Budget Completion At Variance Miguel  ... 
doi:10.4270/ruc.2012326 fatcat:asialy2mtvewplllyc5znl3v7q

Mammalian biogeography and the Ebola virus in Africa

Jesús Olivero, John E. Fa, Raimundo Real, Miguel Ángel Farfán, Ana Luz Márquez, J. Mario Vargas, J. Paul Gonzalez, Andrew A. Cunningham, Robert Nasi
2016 Mammal Review  
In biogeography, environmental favourability, chorotypes, biotic boundaries and species richness can be identified as fuzzy sets (Estrada et al. 2008 , Olivero et al. 2011 , thus fuzzy logic can be easily  ...  The mathematic formulation of the fuzzy overlap (i.e. intersection divided by union) is equivalent to Jaccard's similarity index (Olivero et al. 2011) , the theoretical distribution of which is randomly  ... 
doi:10.1111/mam.12074 fatcat:cq3wweiul5hvxehet766dz32qa

Anticuerpos contra Leptospira spp en caprinos lecheros en Guanajuato, México

Miguel Ángel Luna Álvarez, Guadalupe Socci Escatell, José Javier Morales Arzate, José Manuel Oliveros Ibarra, Eva María Luna Rivera
2018 Revista de Investigaciones Veterinarias del Perú  
El estudio tuvo como objetivo determinar el perfil serológico de anticuerpos contra leptospirosis en dos unidades caprinas de producción lechera en Apaseo el Alto, municipio de Guanajuato, México en 2014. Se trabajó con animales de las razas Saanen, Alpina, Nubia y Toggenburg categorizados por edad para el muestreo aleatorio. Para la detección de anticuerpos contra Leptospira se utilizó la prueba de micro-aglutinación microscópica (MAT) con antígeno vivo propuesta por la Organización Mundial de
more » ... nización Mundial de Sanidad Animal (OIE) y la Organización Mundial de la Salud (WHO). Se utilizaron 12 serovariedades de Leptospira spp, y se consideró como positivo títulos iguales o mayores a 1:100. El 68.3% (41/60) de las muestras de la Unidad «A» resultaron positivas, con títulos desde 1:100 a 1:1600, en tanto que el 72.4% (97/134) de las muestras de la Unidad «B» resultaron positivas, con títulos entre 1:100 a 1:800. Las frecuencias de animales positivos por edad variaron entre 20% en el caso de cabritos a 100% en animales adultos. Se concluye que los anticuerpos anti-Leptospira fueron altos y se generaron por un proceso infeccioso dado que los animales nunca fueron vacunados contra la enfermedad.
doi:10.15381/rivep.v29i2.14525 fatcat:zfyx46ky2nddrcbbnkeyyofqxi

Percepción de formación en entrevista, relación y comunicación médico paciente. Encuesta en médicos graduados

Cecilia Sogi, Salomón Zavala, Miguel Ángel Oliveros, Carlos Salcedo
2013 Anales de la Facultad de Medicina  
Anales de la Facultad de Medicina ISSN: 1025-5583 anales@unmsm.edu.pe Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos Perú Sogi Uematsu, Cecilia; Zavala, Salomón; Oliveros, Miguel Ángel; Salcedo, Carlos Percepción  ... 
doi:10.15381/anales.v68i2.1226 fatcat:p4fenjynojcybdahthfazrhv5u

COVID-19 outbreaks among isolated Amazonian indigenous people, Ecuador

Aquiles Henriquez-Trujillo, Esteban Ortiz-Prado, Ismar Rivera-Olivero, Nemonte Nenquimo, Andrés Tapia, Mitchell Anderson, Tannya Lozada, Miguel Angel Garcia-Bereguiain
2021 Bulletin of the World Health Organization  
doi:10.2471/blt.20.283028 pmid:34248216 pmcid:PMC8243033 fatcat:bxxwjrt3rvajhcvcd72baw42na

Percepción de bullying en alumnos de sexto año de la escuela de medicina de una universidad pública de Lima 2015

Miguel Oliveros Donohue, Alberto Perales Cabrera, Salomón Zavala Sarrio, Isabel Amemiya Hoshi, Miguel Angel Pinto Salinas, Anthony Jazet Ramos Yataco
2016 Anales de la Facultad de Medicina  
Víctimas Masculino ( PercePción de bullying en alumnos de sexto año de la escuela de medicina de una universidad Pública de lima 2015 Miguel Oliveros Donohue y col. rechazo ha sido observado desde los  ... 
doi:10.15381/anales.v77i3.12406 fatcat:rlgnlwovqrep5fgrs4i5bk3iuu

Mapping the availability of bushmeat for consumption in Central African cities

John E. Fa, Juliet Wright, Stephan M. Funk, Ana Luz Márquez, Jesús Olivero, Miguel Ángel Farfán, Fanny Guio, Luc Mayet, Divin Malekani, Charles Holo Louzolo, Robert Mwinyihali, David S. Wilkie (+1 others)
2019 Environmental Research Letters  
The trade of bushmeat from rural areas to supply burgeoning cities is a major conservation and livelihood concern. Using a whole-city sampling strategy we mapped the distribution and numbers of meat outlets in the Kinshasa-Brazzaville metropolitan area, two neighboring capital cities in Central Africa. We show that both cities differ in the number and density of meat outlets, with more in Brazzaville per area sampled and inhabitants. The number of meat outlets is related to human population
more » ... uman population densities and primarily concentrated along the banks of the Congo River, in the more affluent areas of the cities. Across the two cities, roughly 22% of all sampled markets (50% in Brazzaville and 19% in Kinshasa) and 24% of all visited restaurants (24% in each city) were selling bushmeat during our survey. Despite the relatively low number of establishments offering bushmeat for sale, extrapolated to the entire area and population of both cities, we expect the overall amount of wild animal meat consumed per annum to be significantly high. We suggest that the supply of such numbers of wild animal meat will strongly impact the animal populations sourcing these cities. Our data also indicate that the number of domestic meat outlets may be adequate to supply urban dwellers with sufficient animal protein.
doi:10.1088/1748-9326/ab36fa fatcat:ywedqiemzjbihjljvbmoo27bqy

Integrating Sustainable Hunting in Biodiversity Protection in Central Africa: Hot Spots, Weak Spots, and Strong Spots

John E. Fa, Jesús Olivero, Miguel Ángel Farfán, Ana Luz Márquez, Juan Mario Vargas, Raimundo Real, Robert Nasi, Francisco Moreira
2014 PLoS ONE  
index (in our case, F i ) with a factor representing degrees of fuzzy membership (in our case, in the set of species whose hunting is sustainable), has been a successful procedure as demonstrated in Olivero  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0112367 pmid:25372705 pmcid:PMC4221474 fatcat:dik6tqylhrej5hfr632gpjx534

Eficacia de tres tipos de surfactante exógeno en prematuros con enfermedad de membrana hialina

LUIS ALFONSO MENDOZA T, MÓNICA OLIVEROS G, MIGUEL ÁNGEL OSORIO R, MARTHA ARIAS G, YOLIMA RUÍZ S, DIANA ARCE C, DIANA ALZATE
2013 Revista chilena de pediatría  
doi:10.4067/s0370-41062013000600004 fatcat:wrfsmscnpvc63mcply3aqvlfk4

Test-Driven Anonymization in Health Data: A Case Study on Assistive Reproduction

Cristian Augusto, Miguel Angel Olivero, Jesus Moran, Leticia Morales, Claudio de la Riva, Javier Aroba, Javier Tuya
2020 2020 IEEE International Conference On Artificial Intelligence Testing (AITest)  
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a broad field whose prevalence in the health sector has increased during recent years. Clinical data are the basic staple that feeds intelligent healthcare applications, but due to its sensitive character, its sharing and usage by third parties require compliance with both confidentiality agreements and security measures. Data Anonymization emerges as a solution to both increasing the data privacy and reducing the risk against unintentional disclosure of
more » ... closure of sensitive information through data modifications. Despite the anonymization improves privacy, the diverse modifications also harm the data functional suitability. These data modifications can affect to the applications that employ the anonymized data, especially those that are data-centric as the AI tools. To obtain a trade-off between both qualities (privacy and functional suitability), we use the Test-Driven Anonymization (TDA) approach, which anonymizes incrementally the data to train the AI tools and validate with the real data until maximize its quality. The approach is evaluated in a real-world dataset from the Spanish Institute for the Study of the Biology of Human Reproduction (INEBIR). The anonymized datasets are used to train AI tools and select the dataset that gets the best trade-off between privacy and functional quality requirements. The results show that TDA can be successfully applied to anonymize the clinical data of the INEBIR, allowing third parties to transfer without transgressing the user privacy and develop useful AI Tools with the anonymized data.
doi:10.1109/aitest49225.2020.00019 dblp:conf/aitest/AugustoOMMRAT20 fatcat:m73v5j66hfgodh4zsmmywoyffy
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