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The consistent rate of unknown HIV status among children/adolescents attending health facilities, the high acceptability rates of HIV testing and linkage to ART, underscore the feasibility and utility of an active case finding model, using multiple entry-points at the health facility, in achieving the 90鈥90-90 targets for paediatric HIV/AIDS in RLS.
BMI, children, eating behaviour, obesity, parental feeding practices, portion size
Parental beliefs about portion size, not children's own beliefs, predict child BMI
C. Potter,corresponding author 1 D. Ferriday, 1 R. L. Griggs, 1 J. P. Hamilton‐Shield, 2 P. J. Rogers, 1 and J. M. Brunstrom 1
Patients with chronic kidney disease show poorer functional and cardiorespiratory capacity than healthy individuals, and these impairments result in sedentarism. The aim of this study was to conduct a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials on the effects of different intradialytic exercise protocols on cardiopulmonary capacity in chronic kidney disease patients. The primary outcome was peak oxygen consumption (VO2peak) and the secondary outcomes were exercise duration and ventilation in the cardiopulmonary test. The quality of the evidence was evaluated using the GRADE guidelines. Seven studies with a total of 124 participants met the inclusion criteria. Compared to the non-exercise group, the exercise group improved in mean VO2peak (MD 4.06 [IC 0.81; 7.31]). In a separate analysis according to exercise modality, aerobic exercise plus strength training performed better than aerobic exercise alone (MD 5.28 [IC 3.90; 6.66]). In the exercise group, both exercise tolerance values (MD 3.10 [IC 1.70; 4.51]) and ventilation values in the cardiopulmonary test were better than those of the control group (MD 13.10 [IC 7.12; 19.09]). Thus, intradialytic exercise protocols can improve cardiopulmonary function, exercise tolerance and ventilatory efficiency in chronic kidney disease patients.
Subject terms: Rehabilitation, Haemodialysis, Fatigue
Effects of intradialytic exercise on cardiopulmonary capacity in chronic kidney disease: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials
Francini Porcher Andrade,corresponding author#1 Patricia de Souza Rezende,#2 Tatiane de Souza Ferreira,1 Gabrielle Costa Borba,1 Alice Manica Muller,#1 and Paula Maria Eidt Roveddercorresponding author#1,2,3
Agrosilvopastoral and silvopastoral systems can increase carbon sequestration, offset greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and reduce the carbon footprint generated by animal production. The objective of this study was to estimate GHG emissions, the tree and grass aboveground biomass production and carbon storage in different agrosilvopastoral and silvopastoral systems in southeastern Brazil. The number of trees required to offset these emissions were also estimated. The GHG emissions were calculated based on pre-farm (e.g. agrochemical production, storage, and transportation), and on-farm activities (e.g. fertilization and machinery operation). Aboveground tree grass biomass and carbon storage in all systems was estimated with allometric equations. GHG emissions from the agroforestry systems ranged from 2.81 to 7.98 t CO2e ha−1. Carbon storage in the aboveground trees and grass biomass were 54.6, 11.4, 25.7 and 5.9 t C ha−1, and 3.3, 3.6, 3.8 and 3.3 t C ha−1 for systems 1, 2, 3 and 4, respectively. The number of trees necessary to offset the emissions ranged from 17 to 44 trees ha−1, which was lower than the total planted in the systems. Agroforestry systems sequester CO2 from the atmosphere and can help the GHG emission-reduction policy of the Brazilian government.
Greenhouse gas emissions and carbon sequestration by agroforestry systems in southeastern Brazil
Carlos Moreira Miquelino Eleto Torres,corresponding author1 Laercio Antônio Goncalves Jacovine,1 Silvio Nolasco de Olivera Neto,1 Clyde William Fraisse,2 Carlos Pedro Boechat Soares,1 Fernando de Castro Neto,3 Lino Roberto Ferreira,4 Jose Cola Zanuncio,5 and Pedro Guilherme Lemes6