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- teses 2023 | ACCEPT FMUSP Copiar
Researches 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 2022 1995 1990-1994 Title: Effect of N-acetylcysteine in a model of prolonged hemorrhagic shock: analysis by intravital microscopy and immunohistochemistry Student: Carlos Alberto da Silva Frias Neto Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Edivaldo Massazo Utiyama Defense: 05/01/2023 Title: Gene expression of purinergic receptors linked to nociception in the dorsal root ganglion in the postoperative pain model in rats Student: Joao Nathanael Lima Torres Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Hazem Adel Ashmawi Defense: 18/01/2023 Title: A study of the anatomical relationships between the superior mesenteric artery and the left renal vein in a population of effective kidney donors, using angiotomography Student: Felipe Soares Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Pedro Puech Leão Defense: 03/02/2023 Title: Investigation of the DNA methylation profile in children with post-anesthesia awakening delirium Student: Vinícius Caldeira Quintão Supervisor: Profa. Dr.ª Maria José Carvalho Carmona Defense: 03/02/2022 Title: Study of the relationship between the inflammatory response in cachectic patients with malignant tumors and the composition of cerebrospinal fluid Student: Marcos Fraga Fortes Supervisor: Prof. Dr. José Pinhata Otoch Defense: 15/02/2023 Title: Epidemiological assessment of patients admitted to an intensive care unit specializing in surgical emergencies and trauma Student: Roberta Muriel Longo Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Luiz Marcelo Sá Malbouisson Defense: 06/03/2023 Title: Use of mesenchymal stem cells in a porcine model of septic shock: evaluation of the central nervous system Student: Sabrina Zboril Supervisor: Dra. Denise Aya Otsuki Defense: 10/03/2023 Title: Rhinoseptoplasty in cleft patients, prospective evaluation Student: Alex Boso Fioravanti Supervisor: Prof dr Nivaldo Alonso Defense: 23/03/2023 Title: Study of the relationship between mood, anxiety and cognition with the measurement of cytokines in cerebrospinal fluid and systemic inflammatory status in patients with cancer and cachexia Student: Gabriela Noronha Fortes Supervisor: Prof. Dr. José Pinhata Otoch Defense: 03/04/2023 Title: Comparative study of the endocrine-metabolic and inflammatory profile in obese rats submitted to vertical gastrectomy and gastric plication Student: Rafael Krieger Martins Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Everson Luiz de Almeida Artifon Defense: 18/05/2023 Title: Effects of resuscitation with 0.9% saline solution and terlipressin on cerebral perfusion and oxygenation in a model of traumatic brain injury and hemorrhagic shock Student: Ana Paula de Carvalho Canela Balzi Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Luiz Marcelo Sá Malbouisson Defense: 22/05/2023 Title: Vasopressin or norepinephrine in vasoplegic shock in patients undergoing non-cardiac surgery (VANCS III) Student: Tais Felix Szeles Supervisor: Everson Luiz de Almeida Artifon Defense: 15/06/2023 Title: Correlation between the morphology of abdominal aortic aneurysms and the biomechanics of the aneurysmal wall fragment Student: Bruno Donega Constantin Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Erasmo Simao da Silva Defense: 29/06/2023
- Redes de Pesquisa (OK) | ACCEPT FMUSP Copiar
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- Anestesiologia | Accept Fmusp | São Paulo
Welcome to the website for the Postgraduate Program in Anesthesiology, Surgical Sciences and Perioperative Medicine - FMUSP Come and find out more about our program by exploring our website or contacting us! Learn more + Our achievements: 80 enrolled 3 focus areas 10 research lines 24 disciplines 187 thesis (54 between 2017 and 2020) 4 CAPES thesis awards (2 between 2017 and 2020) Faculty members and alumni Geographical distribution of graduates See where our graduates are. + Read More Students Meet our currently enrolled students here. + Read More Postgraduate student manual Check some important guidelines. + Read More Program coordination Get to know the current program coordination. + Read More Alumni Meet the graduates of our program. + Read More Faculty Meet our faculty members here + Read More Testimonials "I am a pediatric anesthesiologist and when I finished my master's degree I was sure I would like to have a doctorate in anesthesiology. I had no doubts about the FMUSP program, one of the few in anesthesiology in Brazil. I received full support throughout the regulatory process for approval of the research project, which is a clinical, randomized and translational study. With the help of my advisor, we were able to get funding from FAPESP, which was fundamental for the research laboratory execution. I gained access to the Medical Research Laboratories (LIMs) complex, where I do the translational part. The program is complete and encourages collaboration inside and outside USP. We got international partnerships with researchers from Germany, Canada and Switzerland, besides the inclusion of two medicine students for scientific initiation. As a PhD student and spokesperson, I recommend the Postgraduate Program in Anesthesiology, Surgical Sciences and Perioperative Medicine at FMUSP." Vinicius Quintão Current PhD Candidate How can I join? Do you have some research experience and would like to become a student in our program for a PhD thesis? Learn more about the program and contact us! + Read More Important links Intellectual development Scientific Articles See More Chapters and Books See More Patents and Softwares See More Related Links
- Egresses | ACCEPT FMUSP Copiar
Enroll Know more about our enrroled students We already have 177 students graduated from the program since 1987. Most of them (82.1%) have remained attached to some higher education institution, and 83.4% to private institutions. Some more figures about our graduates... 34.1% are directly linked to administrative activities in the workplace or in public service 40.7% still maintain links with scientific research less than 20% have held other degrees, such as MBA or post-doctorate 50.4% have published after their doctorate 42.2% are professors in higher education institutions: 69.2% are in the Southeast region; 13.4% in the South region; 3.8% in the Northeast region; 13.5% in the Midwest region; 5.8% in institutions abroad 80.5% are in the Southeast region; 8.1% are in the South region; 4.9% are in the Central-west region; 2.4% are in the Northeast region; 4.1% are abroad Graduates by localization Graduates in alphabetic order
- Infraestrutura e financiamento | ACCEPT FMUSP Copiar
Infrastructure and financing LABORATORIES The Postgraduate Program in Anesthesiology, Surgical Sciences and Perioperative Medicine at FMUSP has its own laboratories that comprise the set of Medical Research Laboratories (LIMs). LMIs are research units at Hospital das Clínicas linked to the Departments and Disciplines of FMUSP ( click here for more details ). The objectives of the laboratories are the development of scientific research (clinical, experimental in animals and basic); the standardization of new diagnostic techniques and methods with the possibility of validating use in patients; and the training of researchers in basic and applied research. LIMs are also spaces for research, teaching and training for undergraduate and graduate students with curricula directly or indirectly related to health sciences, with the possibility of incorporating high school and technical education students. The infrastructure of laboratories and specific locations for the care of surgical patients allows ample possibility for clinical, experimental and animal research and basic research. Continuous investments are made to improve infrastructure. In addition to institutional resources, the Faculty constantly seeks funding from official funding agencies (mainly FAPESP, CNPq and CAPES). In addition, the CEDAR Study Center (Anesthesiology and Reanimation Study Center, linked to the Discipline of Anesthesiology) and CIA (Academic Information Center, linked to the Discipline of General Surgery and Trauma) collaborated to raise funds. The description of each laboratory unit is on the corresponding page: Anesthesiology Laboratory (LIM / 08) Anatomy and Vascular Surgery Laboratory (LIM / 02) Microsurgery and Plastic Surgery Laboratory (LIM / 04) Surgical Pathophysiology Laboratory (LIM / 62) Research Laboratory in Experimental Surgery (LIM / 26) Head and Neck Surgery Laboratory (LIM / 28) Biophysical Laboratory (linked to LIM / 08) The interdisciplinary nature of the Program favors partnerships and the shared use of Laboratories from other institutional areas. The Program also develops projects in partnership in the experimental laboratory structures of the Liver Transplantation and Surgery Laboratory (LIM / 37) , the Cancer Metabolism Laboratory of the USP Biological Sciences Institute and the Pharmacology and Therapeutics Laboratory of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences from USP . In order to stimulate the research and innovation activities of the FMUSP / HC System, the Premium Network offers institutional equipment for shared use. Through it, it was possible to obtain joint resources with the Rehabilitation Sciences Laboratory (LIM / 34) of the Department of Physiotherapy, Speech Therapy and Occupational Therapy through the CAPES Pro-Equipment proposal (Edit. 11/2014). Regarding the use of experimental animals, mice, rats, hamsters and rabbits are provided by the vivarium of the Medical School of the University of São Paulo, with structure and resources recommended by the current legislation. For the experiments that use pigs, which by legislation of the city of São Paulo cannot be raised in the urban environment, the animals are supplied by farms previously registered by the laboratories and delivered to the vivarium on the day before the experiment, in compliance with all the guidelines for the experimental use of animals. SURGICAL CENTERS Besides the own infrastructure, the postgraduate students can develop activities in the surgical centers of the HC-FMUSP complex: Central Institute Heart Institute Institute of Orthopedics and Traumatology institute of Children Institute of Psychiatry Cancer Institute Institute of Radiology University hospital OTHER INFRASTRUCTURES AND FUNDING INFORMATION Clinical Research Center Research funding Ethics Committees Information technology Technical and administrative support Library
- Registration and Enrollment | ACCEPT FMUSP Copiar
Registration and Enrollment The enrollment in the stricto sensu graduate programs at the University of São Paulo Medical School should be made exclusively at the office of the intended graduate program, during the year in continuous flow. Announcement 2021 - Anesthesiology, Surgical Sciences and Perioperative Medicine List of documents required for PhD or Direct Doctorate: (2) Recent 3 X 4 photo; (2 copies) Application form (click to download ); (2 copies) Copy of ID document (RG, CPF and RNE for foreigners); (2 copies) Copy of Graduation Diploma, front and back; (2 copies) Copy of Master's Degree diploma or certificate of completion (for the Doctorate course); Résumé on the Lattes Platform, updated during the quarter; Result of foreign language proficiency; Research plan approved by the Ethics Committee for Analysis of Research Projects of HCFMUSP or by the Ethics in Research Committee of the University of São Paulo Medical School, along with the admission form for the selective process (click to download ). Observations about the documents requested in the Edital: CNH or registration with the Regional Medical Council will not be accepted as an identity document; The foreign student is required to present the intermediate level certificate in the Portuguese proficiency test, conducted by CELPE-Brás (http://portal.mec.gov.br/sesu ); The result of the proficiency test will be provided ONLY by the secretary of the program where the application will be made; The registration fee will be collected at the FMUSP's Treasury Office, by means of a form obtained at the post-graduation office of the program where the enrollment will be made; Candidates to the doctoral courses, who have taken a master's course outside USP, must provide the acceptance of the master's degree. Proficiency: Dear Candidate, as deliberated at the last meeting of the FMUSP Postgraduate Committee, on 11/02/2021, we inform you that the Proficiency Exams for enrollment in Postgraduate courses have returned, as follows: English Proficiency: Cultura Inglesa https://www.culturainglesa.com.br/certificados/teste-de-proficiencia/ has returned to activities and in-person exams will be applied; The exams conducted by Alumni http://www.alumni.org.br/ , tel: (11) 5644-9700, with the following score : B1 (CEF) for masters and B1+(CEF) for doctorate; The exams conducted by Tese Prime https://teseprime.org/exames/teap-ingles (TEAP) will be accepted, with the following score: 60% for master's and 70% for doctorate. Selection: Details about the selection procedure for the PhD or Direct Doctorate courses are in the aforementioned Announcement, however, for clarification purposes, we inform that the candidate must prepare a presentation in English of his/her project, with 5 slides (not counting the Title), between 05 and 10 minutes, and a Commission consisting of two members chosen by the CCP, will make an argumentation, of up to 10 minutes, about the work to be developed, with the candidate having equal time for answers. This presentation is part of the grade attribution for the project. Candidates who obtain a score equal to or higher than 7 (seven) will be approved. Enrollment: The enrollment of the selected candidates must be carried out exclusively at the Secretariat of the Graduate Program where the enrollment was made, upon presentation of the Initial Enrollment Form (click to download ). <Back
- teses 2022 | ACCEPT FMUSP Copiar
Researches 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 2023 2022 1995 1990-1994 Title: The effect of melatonin on postoperative cognitive function in elderly patients undergoing transurethral resection of the prostate under spinal anesthesia: a randomized clinical trial Student: Cristiane Tavares Supervisor: Maria José Carvalho Carmona Defense: 15/02/2022 Title: Comparative analysis of morbidity and mortality trends between two Brazilian multicenter cohorts of high-risk surgical patients over a 10-year period Student: Brenno Cardoso Gomes Supervisor: João Manoel da Silva Junior Defense: 08/04/2022 Title: Use of the infrarenal aorta as a distal sealing zone for endovascular treatment of thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysms with fenestrated and branched stents Student: Guilherme B.B. Lima Supervisor: Nelson de Luccia Defense: 01/06/2022 Title: Observational study of the association between timing of antimicrobial administration and worsening of organ dysfunction in non-septic surgical critically ill patients with suspected nosocomial infection Student: Estêvão Bassi Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Luiz Marcelo Sá Malbouisson Defense: 15/09/2022 Title: Translational study of the metabolic regulation of the tumor microenvironment through physical training in the modulation of the anti-tumor immune response in cancer patients Student: Renata de Castro Gonçalves Supervisor: Marilia Cerqueira Leite Seelaender Defense: 21/09/2022 Title: Symptoms of anxiety, depression and quality of life in patients with primary hyperhidrosis and their association with the outcome of clinical treatment with oxybutynin: a prospective observational study Student: Debora Yumi Ferreira Kamikava Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Pedro Puech Leão Defense: 06/10/2022 Title: Long-term survival and survival adjusted for quality of life in cancer patients hospitalized for five days in intensive care units Student: Míriam Cristine Vahl Machado Supervisor: Dr. Alexandre Biasi Cavalcanti Defense: 14/10/2022 Title: Assessment of pain and nutritional status in patients undergoing antalgic radiotherapy Student: Patricia Mineiro de Oliveira Supervisor: Dr. José Pinhata Otoch Defense: 17/11/2022 Title: Study of the effects of heparin on hemorrhagic shock in rats Student: Camilla Oliveira Mendes Supervisor: Profa. Dr.ª Maria José Carvalho Carmona Defense: 22/11/2022 Title: Augmentation mentoplasty using autogenous fat grafting: evaluation of volumetry and projection using computed tomography and photogrammetry and evaluation of satisfaction using a questionnaire Student: Rodolfo Costa Lobato Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Rolf Gemperli Defense: 05/12/2022 Title: Comparison of analgesia from erector spinae plane block in lung surgery compared to paravertebral block: Multicenter randomized study Student: Pedro Hilton de Andrade Filho Supervisor: João Manoel da Silva Junior Defense: 06/12/2022
- Program Coordination | ACCEPT FMUSP Copiar
Program Coordination Its activities include the establishment of the Program's operating rules and criteria for selecting new students, as well as the analysis of proposed research projects and the processes for granting financial assistance. The Program Coordinating Commission (CCP) is formed by the Coordinator and his alternate, by, at least, a Professor accredited as an advisor and his alternate and by a Student Representative and his alternate. The current composition of this CCP is: Full members Coordinator: Profª. Dr.ª Maria José Carvalho Carmona Vice-coordinator: Prof. Dr. Claudio Roberto Cernea Prof. Dr. Joaquim Edson Vieira Prof.ª Dr.ª Marilia Cerqueira Leite Seelaender Student representative: Vinícius Caldeira Quintão Substitute members Dr.ª Claudia Marquez Simões Prof. Dr. Everson Luiz de Almeida Artifon Prof. Dr. Leandro Luongo de Matos Prof. Dr. Luiz Marcelo Sá Malbouisson Student representative: Thiago Ramos Grigio For other information and other skills on the CCP, see arts. 32 to 35 of Chapter V of Resolution no. 7,493 , of March 27, 2018, which approves the University's Graduate Regulations. <Back
- teses 2003 | ACCEPT FMUSP Copiar
Researches 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1990-1994 <Back Title: Controlled hemorrhagic shock and Fos protein expression in rat spinal cord after peripheral nociceptive stimulus Student: Carla Marília Nogueira Magalhães Advisor: Irimar de Paula Posso Co-Advisor: Vera Luiza Capelozzi Date of defense: 12/05/2003 Performance: Anesthesiologist at the Instituto de Ortopedia do Hospital das Clínica da FMUSP, where she participates in the Residency Program in Anesthesiology at the Faculdade de Medicina da USP. Participates in assistential and teaching activities. Title: Systemic and regional effects of moderate and intense acute isovolemic hemodilution Student: Daniel Perin Advisor: Luiz Francisco Poli de Figueiredo Co-Advisor: Marilde de Albuquerque Piccioni Date of defense: 24/11/2003 Performance: Clinical anesthesiologist in non-university institutions in São Paulo. Training instructor in difficult airways access. Participates in assisting and teaching activities. Title: Effects of laparoscopic pneumoperitoneum with carbon dioxide on respiratory mechanics in obese and non-obese patients. Student: Orlandira Costa Araújo Advisor: Milton de Arruda Martins Date of defense: 21/10/2003 Performance: Anesthesiologist at USP University Hospital and Hospital do Servidor Público Estadual, participating in the Anesthesiology Residency Program of these institutions. Teaching and assistance activities. Title: Systemic and regional hemodynamic effects of crystalloid infusion in an experimental model of hypodynamic septic shock. Student: Alejandra del Pilar Gallardo Garrido Advisor: Luiz Francisco Poli de Figueiredo Date of defense: 30/09/2003 Performance: Intensivist at Hospital Leforte and at the ICU of Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein. Participates in assistance, teaching and research activities. Reviewer of scientific journals. Title: Evaluation of the preemptive efficacy of dipyrone sodium by immunohistochemical analysis of c-fos expression in the spinal cord: study in an experimental model of postoperative pain in rats Student: Marcia Pavan de Andrade Advisor: Irimar de Paula Posso Date of defense: 14/07/2003 Performance: Supervisor of the Pain Clinic of the Women's Reference Center (Hospital Pérola Byington, SP) and responsible for the Pain and Acupuncture Clinic of the Health Promotion Institute (IPS) at Santa Catarina Hospital (SP). Assistential and teaching activities. Title: Quantification of alveolar recruitment induced by positive end expiratory pressure by computed tomography in patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome: description of a new method, comparison with reference technique and correlation with oxygenation Student: Luiz Marcelo Sá Malbouisson Advisor: Maria José Carvalho Carmona Date of defense: 30/06/2003 Performance: Supervisor of the Surgical Intensive Care Unit of the Central Institute of the Hospital das Clínicas of the School of Medicine of USP, participates in the program of Medical Residency in Anesthesiology and is a supervisor of the Post-Graduation Program in Anesthesiology, Surgical Sciences and Perioperative Medicine. Assistential, teaching and research activities. Title: Comparative study between pleural and esophageal pressure in anesthetized patients post cardiac surgery: evaluation at different levels of positive end-expiratory pressure and body postures Student: Claudia Regina Fernandes Advisor: José Otávio Costa Auler Junior Co-Advisor: Marcelo Luis Abramides Torres Date of defense: 18/02/2003 Activities: Professor of Medicine, Federal University of Ceará, coordinator of the module Medical Emergencies. Coordinates the Medical Residency Program in Anesthesiology at Walter Cantídio University Hospital of the Federal University of Ceará. Assisting, teaching and research activities. Title: Effects of thoracic epidural anesthesia and different inspiratory flows on respiratory mechanics: analysis of pressure versus volume curves in anesthesia Student: Fábio Ely Martins Benseñor Advisor: José Otávio Costa Auler Junior Co-Advisor: Joaquim Edson Vieira Date of defense: 13/01/2003 Performance: Member of the Supra anesthesiology team, in São Paulo.
- Graduate Student Manual | ACCEPT FMUSP Copiar
Infrastructure and financing Student Manual The graduate needs to know the current regulations according to his or her period of enrollment in the program. With the approval of the new USP Graduate Regulations, Resolution n. 7,493, dated March 27, 2018, the Graduate Program in Anesthesiology, Surgical Sciences and Perioperative Medicine now has two regulations in force, one based on the aforementioned Resolution and another based on Resolution n. 6,542, dated April 18, 2013. Thus, students enrolled until May 2019 are advised to choose which Regiment/Regulation their graduate course falls under. Students enrolled as of June 2019 are required to follow Resolution n. 7.493 and the pertinent Regulation. Graduate Regulations of the University of São Paulo - USP: Enrollment until May 2019. Registrations from June 2019 on. Regulations of the Graduate Committee of the School of Medicine - FMUSP: Enrollment until May 2019. Enrollments from June 2019 on. Program regulations: Enrollment through May 2019. Enrollment from June 2019 onwards. FMUSP Graduate Student Handbook: Student Handbook Guide for the Presentation of Dissertations, Theses and Monographs: Presentation Guide Turnitin - Tutorial For The Student: Turnitin
- Intellectual production | ACCEPT FMUSP Copiar
Intellectual production The faculty and students of our program have intense intellectual production with the development of theses that result in numerous related scientific articles. Check out some of these main productions here. Chapters and books See more... Scientific articles See more... Scientometrics See more... Patents, innovations etc... See more...
- teses 2000 | ACCEPT FMUSP Copiar
Researches 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1990-1994 <Back Title: Effects of pyrilamine and cimetidine on C-FOS mRNA expression and the modified formalin test Student: Hazem Adel Ashmawi Advisor: Irimar de Paula Posso Date of defense: 06/12/2000 Performance: Collaborating physician professor at FMUSP, where he participates in the Medical Residency Program in Anesthesiology, and assistant physician at the Central Institute of the FMUSP Hospital das Clínicas. He is the advisor of the Postgraduate Program in Anesthesiology, Surgical Sciences and Perioperative Medicine at FMUSP. Assistential, teaching and research activities. Title: Effects of inhaled nitric oxide associated with mechanical ventilation in patients with acute respiratory dysfunction in the postoperative period of cardiac surgery: a comparative study between pressure controlled and volume controlled ventilation Student: Filomena Regina Barbosa Gomes Galas Advisor: José Otávio Costa Auler Junior Date of defense: 16/05/2000 Performance: Supervising physician of the Surgical ICU and the Division of Anesthesiology of the FMUSP Heart Institute. She is a supervisor of the Post-Graduation Program in Anesthesiology, Surgical Sciences and Perioperative Medicine of this institution, where she also participates in the Residency Program in Anesthesiology. Assistential, teaching and research activities. Title: Liver hemodynamics and metabolism in liver transplantation: anatomo-functional correlation Student: André Beer Júnior Advisor: Sergio Mies Date of defense: 06/04/2000 Performance: Volunteer counselor at the Association for Assistance to Deficient Children (AACD). Participates in assistance and teaching activities. Title: Determination of the thoracic-lumbar epidural space volume by magnetic resonance imaging and its relation with anthropometric parameters Student: Mauro Rizzo Piazza Advisor: José Otávio Costa Auler Junior Date of defense: 02/03/2000 Performance: Anesthesiologist at Instituto Central do Hospital das Clínicas da FMUSP, participating in the Residency Program in Anesthesiology. Assisting and teaching activities.