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Volume 5, Número 1, Ano: 2023,
ISSN: 2763-5392


IJS-1301 Consumer relations and impacts brought about by the leakage of sensitive data on “liquid” modernity

Author(s): Nascimento, T.M

Abstract: This work aims to analyze the consumption relations and the effects of the leakage of sensitive data in liquid modernity. It is known that in today's consumerist society the great villain is the vulnerability that leads to increased leaks of sensitive data from consumers. To regulate this consumer relationship was published on 08/15/2018 Law 13.709/2018, known as the Personal Data Protection Law. This law in modernity liquid when cases are agreed in the context of sensitive data from consumer relations expands the weakening of consumer rights and, if the impacts of data leakage sensitive as promoted, exerts a decontrol of rights before the actions practiced by suppliers has raised interest in the study on whether the leakage of sensitive data in liquid modernity, and whether it will cause harm to the consumer. Thus, it seeks, with the elaboration of the work, to conceptualize sensitive data, presenting the relevance of its study in liquid modernity and the consequences of its poor application in the lives of Brazilian consumers, analyzing the need for security and punishment of the matter, in order to promote the well-being of those who are excessively harmed by the leak. It can be said that the Law on the protection of personal data will be relevant, aiming at reducing the number of people who have their sensitive data disclosed.

Keywords: Consumer relations. Liquid modernity. Sensitive data leaks.


DOI:  10.29327/229003.5.1-1

IJS-1302 Early mobilization in hospitalized adult patients affected by COVID-19: a literature review

Author(s): Silva, A.S.; Lima, D.C.P.; Silva, E.L.; Filho, E.S.M.S.; Silva, P. R.R.; Correia, M.B.; Medeiros, H.H.A.; Araujo, K.E.A.S.; Soares, L.M.A.; Moura, I.A.O.; Alvares, P.N.R.C.; Cavalcante, M.K.A.; Oliveira, H.L.C.R. 

Abstract: COVID-19 in humans presents distinct stages of evolution and may develop the most severe form of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) causing imbalance of body hemodynamics and sarcopenia, which corroborate muscle weakness acquired in the ICU. Immobility in the ICU worsens health status and reduces quality of life. It seeks to analyze whether early mobilization minimizes the deficit of cardiovascular and muscular functions of individuals affected by COVID-19. This is a narrative literature review, scientific articles in Portuguese and English from journals indexed in the Databases PubMed, SciELO, LiLacs, and PEDro published between the years 2012 to 2022. Of this demand were found 32 articles and after the selection steps, 09 studies were included and analyzed. It can be concluded that mobilization is essential in the process of weaning from mechanical ventilation, accelerating hospital discharge and facilitating the return to daily activities.

Keywords: Muscle Weakness. Early Mobilization. SARS-CoV-2


DOI:  10.29327/229003.5.1-2

IJS-1303 Description of deaths from cervical cancer in the population of Recife-PE, from 2019 to 2021

Author(s): Melo, N.F.B.; Feitosa, E.D.G.; Farias, M.F.C.S.; Araújo, C.I.C.; Santos, G.K.O.; Oliveira, L.V.L.S.; Silva, R.M.; Silva, M.V.L.; Silva, M.E.B.; Lemos, R.L.L.; Andrade, D.R.M.; Lirbório, F.F.; Souza, A.C.A.

Abstract: Cancer of the Uterus (UCC) is a disease that affects thousands of women worldwide, where, present the factor for the pathology, the presence of HPV viruses 16 and 18. The screening of UCC in Brazil is performed through the cytological exam, however, along with this and examination there are barriers that need to be overcome. It is identified that this neoplasm has a high incidence and prevalence in the Brazilian female population, especially in the State of Pernambuco in its capital Recife. Thence, in the State every day occurs a death as a result of UCC. So, to occur an organized screening of the and accurate to get diagnosis of where the women in the age group are for screening, focus on women of higher risk age group and who do not do the pathological cite examination. To verify the data for organized UCC screening, number of women in eligible age group, locality of residence and cytological coverage in the population of Recife-PE. This is an epidemiological cohort study with a cross-sectional, descriptive approach , with a quantitative approach, whose data were collected through the secondary database of the Primary Care Information System (SISAB/SUS), E-SUS AB, provided by DATASUS/Ministry of Health. The population consisted of women registered in the E-SUS AB, registered in the Health Units of the Health Districts (SD) in the city of Recife-PE, in the temporal cohort from the years 2019 to 2021. The results showed that in a total population of 481,453 women, 164,650 women underwent the preventive examination. That is not even 34% of the population. Deaths from UCC is predominant among the 40-49 years, with 26% of the population, between the years 2019-2021. Confirming 67 deaths in 2021, with predominance in the II, IV and VII District. That with the high number of incidence and deaths from UCC, the present study can raise awareness of women for the participation of screening, whether by the "Papanicolau" or by HPV-DNA, and thus contribute to the reduction of the incidence and deaths from UCC.

Keywords: Cervical Neoplasms, Human Papillomavirus 16 and 18, Screening Programs, Cervical Cancer

DOI: 10.29327/229003.5.1-1

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