All publications of “Maysa Seabra Cendoroglo”

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Association between respiratory capacity, quality of life and cognitive function in elderly individuals

Rayana de Oliveira Costa ORCID logo , Raphael Mendes Ritti-Dias ORCID logo , Gabriel Grizzo Cucato ORCID logo , Maysa Seabra Cendoroglo ORCID logo , Fabio Nasri ORCID logo , Maria Luiza Monteiro Costa ORCID logo , [...]

DOI: 10.31744/einstein_journal/2019AO4337

ABSTRACT Objective To investigate associations between respiratory capacity, quality of life and cognitive function in elderly individuals. Methods The sample included 386 elderly individuals (232 women). Respiratory capacity assessment was based on maximal expiratory pressure measured at peak expiratory flow. Subjects were classified according to peak expiratory flow values adjusted for sex, age and height of individuals with normal (peak expiratory flow curve 60%) or reduced (peak expiratory flow curve < 60%) respiratory capacity. The World Health Organization Quality of [...]

Association between increased serum thyrotropin concentration and the oldest old: what do we know?

Glaucia Cruzes Duarte, Maysa Seabra Cendoroglo, Lara Miguel Quirino Araújo, Clineu de Mello Almada Filho

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082015RW2874

To assess studies that evaluate the relation between serum thyrotropin concentration, very old subjects, and their events. We searched the PubMed, SciELO, and LILACS databases for articles published between 2004 and 2012. Our search was restricted to studies involving humans aged 65 years or older, and written in English, Spanish, or Portuguese. Studies that evaluated the association between elevated serum thyrotropin concentration among elderly subjects with subclinical hypothyroidism were chosen since at least in part they included a subpopulation of […]

The importance of HDL-C and CRP in cardiovascular risk evaluation in longevous elderly individuals

Renato Laks, Lara Miguel Quirino Araújo, Clineu de Mello Almada Filho, Maysa Seabra Cendoroglo

DOI: 10.1590/s1679-45082011rw1953

ABSTRACTThe association between total mortality, lipoproteinS, and inflammatory markers, and their implications with aging and longevity are often controversial. Among the most often studied markers are low HDL cholesterol and high C-reactive protein. Particularly in octogenarians, it is expected that the impact of the inclusion of HDL cholesterol and C-reactive protein will improve the stratification of absolute cardiovascular risk. In the present study, we performed a literature review in PubMed about the relation between HDL cholesterol, inflammation and longevity. Applying […]