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Nickel(II) removal by mixtures of Acorga M5640 and DP8R in pseudo-emulsion based hollow fiber with strip dispersion technology

  • González, Roberto
  • Cerpa Naranjo, Arisbel
  • Alguacil Priego, Francisco José
This work presents the investigation of Ni(II) extraction from aqueous solution through pseudo-emulsion based hollow fiber strip dispersion (PSEHFSD) containing the mixture 2-hydroxy-5-nonylbenzaldehyde oxime+di(2-ethylhexyl) phosphoric acid/Exxsol D100 as extractant in the form of a pseudo-emulsion with H₂SO₄. The organic and aqueous strip phases are separated when the stirring device is stopped. The permeation of Ni(II) is investigated as a function of various experimental variables: hydrodynamic conditions, feed pH, extractants mixture concentration in the pseudo-emulsion, initial Ni(II) concentration in feed phase, H₂SO₄ concentration in the pseudo-emulsion as strippant. In PEHFSD, pseudo-emulsion is an emulsion that is formed temporarily between organic and stripping solutions. In this investigation, feed was circulated through the lumen side in counter-current mode. The selectivity of 2-hydroxy-5-nonylbenzaldehyde oxime+di(2-ethylhexyl) phosphoric acid/Exxsol D100 based PEHFSD toward different metals was also examined., 3.155 JCR (2010) Q1, 28/193 Environmental sciences, UEM
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Exercise in adult and pediatric hematological cancer survivors: an intervention review

  • Wolin, Kathleen Y.
  • Ruiz, Jonatan R.
  • Tuchman, H.
  • Lucía Mulas, Alejandro
Observational research has shown that the physical activity levels of survivors of hematological cancer are low, with deleterious health consequences. This review summarizes the research on exercise interventions in adult and pediatric hematological cancer survivors. We searched MEDLINE, SPORTDiscus, CINAHL, Embase, Cochrane and PEDro through September 2009 for exercise intervention studies in children and adults with any type of hematological cancer. In the 24 adult intervention studies reviewed, we found strong evidence (that is, > or =3 high-quality studies and > or =75% reporting a significant benefit) for a benefit on body composition. Weak, but promising, evidence (> or =3 high-quality studies, but <75% reporting a significant benefit) was found for cardiorespiratory fitness, fatigue, muscle strength, physical functioning and quality of life. In pediatric interventions (13 studies), we found strong evidence for a benefit on muscle strength and cardiorespiratory fitness, particularly, if training was conducted in the hospital setting. Evidence is weak for ankle dorsiflexion, physical functioning and body composition. No exercise-related risks were identified in adults or children studies. Though more randomized controlled trials are needed, a growing body of literature supports the notion that regular physical activity is safe and has potential benefits for both adult and pediatric hematological cancer survivors., 8.966 JCR (2010) Q1, 4/66 Hematology, 10/185 Oncology, UEM
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Los Tratados de Iure Belli y el origen del derecho internacional. Una aproximación historiográfica a los estudios sobre el derecho de la guerra durante el primer franquismo, De Jure Belli Treaties and the origin of international law. A historiographical approach to studies on the law of war during the early Franco

  • Gómez Rivas, León María
Es bien conocida la aportación de la Escuela de Salamanca (siglos XVI y XVII) en el campo de la economía, la política o el derecho. En esta última disciplina, ya a comienzos del siglo XX se puso de manifiesto el influjo de Francisco de Vitoria y sus discípulos en los orígenes del moderno Derecho Internacional, precisamente a raíz de un buen número de tratados sobre el tema que presentamos a continuación: el derecho de la guerra, ofreciendo un balance historiográfico sobre aquellos autores escolásticos y su influencia durante el llamado primer franquismo., The name "School of Salamanca" is refered to a group of theologians and Natural Law philosophers who taught in the University of Salamanca, following the inspiration of the great tomist Francisco de Vitoria. They developed some original theories about Economy or International Law, in such a modern point of view, beginning from some very interesting Treatises on Justice or the Law of War and Peace, as we will see next., 0.101 SJR (2010) Q4, 523/663 History, 158/220 Religious studies, UEM
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Valoración de los alumnos de su desarrollo de competencias

  • Baena Graciá, Verónica
  • Reis Graeml, Felipe
  • Ropero Moriones, Eva
  • Gava, Luana
  • López, M. P.
SIN FINANCIACIÓN, No data (2010)
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La importancia del renombre de marca y la experiencia en el proceso de internacionalización empresarial: una aplicación al sector de la franquicia española

  • Baena Graciá, Verónica
  • Cerviño Fernández, Julio
El presente trabajo pretende identificar el perfil de las cadenas franquiciadoras españolas que optan por expandir su negocio fuera de nuestras fronteras. Para ello, considera la experiencia de gestión y franquiciadora de la cadena, el renombre de la marca, así como el tipo de actividad que lleva a cabo -producto versus servicio-. Los resultados obtenidos muestran que el renombre de la marca de la cadena juega un papel destacado en la decisión de tener o presencia internacional. Junto a ello, la experiencia de gestión y franquiciadora, el renombre de marca y el ratio de franquicia (ratio de establecimientos franquiciados en el exterior frente al número total de establecimientos franquiciados (franquiciados y en propiedad) inciden de forma significativa en la intesidad del proceso de internacionalización., No data (2010), UEM
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Efecto de dos programas de actividad física en el medio acuático con diferente impacto, sobre el índice de rigidez óseo y el nivel de actividad diferente impacto, sobre el índice de rigidez óseo y el nivel de actividad física en mujeres postmenopáusicas y osteopénicas de Toledo, Effects of two aquatic physical activity programs with different impact, on stiffness index and physical activity level in postmenopausal and osteopenic women from Toledo

  • Díaz Ureña, Germán
  • Carrasco Poyatos, María
  • Barriga Martín, Andrés
  • Jiménez Díaz, Fernando
  • Navarro Valdivielso, Fernando
La osteoporosis es la enfermedad crónica más prevalente en el mundo, especialmente en mujeres mayores de 65 años. En España afecta a un 35% de las mujeres mayores de 50 años. Existen dos componentes que afectan a la fortaleza del hueso: cantidad de hueso, medido como densidad de masa ósea (DMO), y calidad ósea, que se puede medir como índice de rigidez óseo (SI). El ejercicio recomendado para la mejora de la DMO es fundamentalmente un ejercicio de impacto o de fuerza. El trabajo en el medio acuático para la mejora de la DMO presenta controversias sobre su posible utilidad. Lo mismo sucede con el índice de rigidez óseo (SI). Un total de 60 mujeres (57,7 + 6,18 años) fueron divididas en 2 grupos. Cada grupo realizó un entrenamiento en el medio acuático diferente: a) grupo de natación (GN), realizó trabajo en la piscina profunda; b) grupo de impacto y resistencia (GIR), realizó trabajo en la piscina poco profunda. El entrenamiento fue realizado durante 6 meses, 2 días por semana con una duración de 45 minutos por sesión. Se tomaron medidas del SI con el densitómetro de ultrasonidos portátil (Lunar Achilles Express). El nivel de actividad física fue medido mediante acelerómetros uniaxiales (MTI actigraph). Se tomaron medidas antropométricas de las participantes. Al comienzo del estudio no hubo diferencias entre ambos grupos en ninguna de las variables medidas. Tampoco hubo diferencias al finalizar los 6 meses de entrenamiento. En la única variable que hubo diferencias tras los 6 meses de entrenamiento fue en el peso del GIR, (p<0,05). Un programa de entrenamiento de 6 meses de duración con dos sesiones semanales no es suficiente para la mejora del SI, ni para modificar los hábitos de actividad física de las participantes., No data (2010), UEM
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Comparative activities of TR-700 (torezolid) against staphylococcal blood isolates collected in Spain

  • Betriu, Carmen
  • Morales Kucharski, María Gracia
  • Rodríguez-Avial, Icíar
  • Culebras, Esther
  • Gómez, María
  • López-Fabal, Fátima
  • Picazo, Juan José
The in vitro activity of TR-700 (torezolid) was evaluated against a collection of 660 staphylococcal blood isolates. TR-700 showed excellent activity against all the staphylococci tested. The MIC(50) and MIC(90) values of TR-700, linezolid, daptomycin, and vancomycin against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) isolates were 0.25 and 0.5, 2 and 4, 0.5 and 0.5, and 1 and 2 microg/ml, respectively. TR-700 demonstrated greater in vitro potency than linezolid against staphylococci, including linezolid-resistant and vancomycin-nonsusceptible strains, and was 32-fold more active than linezolid against the seven cfr-positive MRSA strains tested., 4.672 JCR (2010) Q1, 18/107 Microbiology, 26/252 Pharmacology & pharmacy
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Exercise for the management of type 2 diabetes: A review of the evidence

  • Zanuso, Silvano
  • Jiménez Gutiérrez, Alfonso
  • Pugliese, Giuseppe
  • Corigliano, G.
  • Balducci, Stefano
The aim is to critically review the more relevant evidence on the interrelationships between exercise and metabolic outcomes. The research questions addressed in the recent specific literature with the most relevant randomized controlled trials, meta-analysis and cohort studies are presented in three domains: aerobic exercise, resistance exercise, combined aerobic and resistance exercise. From this review appear that the effects of aerobic exercise are well established, and interventions with more vigorous aerobic exercise programs resulted in greater reductions in HbA1c, greater increase in VO2max and greater increase in insulin sensitivity. Considering the available evidence, it appears that resistance training could be an effective intervention to help glycemic control, especially considering that the effects of this form of intervention are comparable with what reported with aerobic exercise. Less studies have investigated whether combined resistance and aerobic training offers a synergistic and incremental effect on glycemic control; however, from the available evidences appear that combined exercise training seems to determine additional change in HbA1c that can be seen significant if compared with aerobic training alone and resistance training alone., 3.175 JCR (2010) Q2, 47/116 Endocrinology & metabolism, UEM
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Experiencia de uso de un laboratorio remoto de control

  • Aliane, Nourdine
En los últimos años, hemos asistido a un desarrollo significativo de los laboratorios remotos. Su integración en el ámbito académico ofrece muchas ventajas desde el punto de vista logístico. No obstante, desde el punto de vistas pedagógico, el impacto de la experimentación remota no es tan evidente. En este trabajo, se presenta una experiencia de utilización de un laboratorio remoto de control, dando las opiniones de los alumnos y así como la del profesor como usuarios de un sistema de experimentación remota. Igualmente, se presentarán algunas las limitaciones pedagógicas más importantes de los laboratorios remotos en el área del control automático., 0.195 JCR (2010) Q4, 56/60 Automation & control systems, 17/17 Robotics, UEM
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Let´s make people management visible, Hagamos visible la dirección de personas

  • Moldes Farelo, Rocío
  • García-Salmones Fernández, María Lourdes
  • Gómez Sota, Fátima
  • Cordero Verdugo, Raquel Rebeca
  • Rodríguez Polo, Blanca
“Let’s make people management visible” is an innovation project that was run in all 2nd year groups for the Managing People courses, within the Social Science Faculty. The project involved all the teachers who taught this course, and was organized around cooperative learning. The objective of this project was the students to understand and learn, in a playful way, the basics of People Management. To this end, students organized in teams, created a video documentary and a business case that should reflect one of the following areas of knowledge contained in the syllabus: job design, recruitment and selection, training, performance appraisal and motivation. To prepare the content for the video, students used bibliographic and audiovisual resources and they worked with the role‐  playing technique. After the videos were finished, students shared their acquired knowledge by putting in common their work and by solving the business cases developed by the other groups. The competencies developed were: teamwork, empathy, tolerance, decision making, responsibility and creativity.   Thirty videos were submitted to the contest and published in the V Seminar on Human Resources, "Talentum.", 0.095 IN-RECS (2010) Q2, 31/166 Educación, UEM
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