Brazilian Journal of Pulmonology

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Development and assessment of a multimedia computer program to teach pleural drainage techniques

Desenvolvimento e avaliação de um programa multimídia de computador para ensino de drenagem pleural

João Aléssio Juliano Perfeito, Vicente Forte, Roseli Giudici, José Ernesto Succi, Jae Min Lee, Daniel Sigulem

J Bras Pneumol.2008;34(7):437-444

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Objective: To develop a multimedia educational computer program designed to teach pleural drainage techniques to health professionals, as well as to evaluate its efficacy. Methods: We planned and developed a program, which was evaluated by 35 medical students, randomized into two groups. Group 1 comprised 18 students who studied using the program, and group 2 comprised 17 students who attended a traditional theoretical class given by an experienced teacher. Group 1 students were submitted to two subjective evaluations using questionnaires, and both groups took an objective theoretical test with multiple-choice questions and descriptive questions. The results of the theoretical test were compared using the Mann-Whitney test. Results: The subjective evaluation of the technological aspects and content of the program ranged from excellent to very good and good. The software was considered highly instructive by 16 students (88.9%), and 17 students (94.4%) thought it might partially substitute for traditional classes. Between the two groups, there was no significant difference in the multiple-choice test results, although there was such a difference in the descriptive question results (p < 0.001), group 1 students scoring higher than did those in group 2. Conclusions: The computer program developed at the Federal University of São Paulo Paulista School of Medicine proved to be a feasible means of teaching pleural drainage techniques. The subjective evaluation of this new teaching method revealed a high level of student satisfaction, and the objective evaluation showed that the program was as efficacious as is traditional instruction.

 


Keywords: Teaching; Thoracic surgery; Multimedia; Drainage; Pleural diseases.

 


Tumor seeding along the needle track after percutaneous lung biopsy

Implante tumoral por agulha após biópsia pulmonar percutânea

Leonardo Guedes Moreira Valle1, Rafael Dahmer Rocha1, Guilherme Falleiros Mendes1, José Ernesto Succi2, Juliano Ribeiro de Andrade1

J Bras Pneumol.2016;42(1):71-71

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Low-dose CT screening for lung cancer in Brazil: a study protocol

Rastreamento de câncer de pulmão por meio de TC de baixa dosagem no Brasil: protocolo de pesquisa

Ricardo Sales dos Santos, Juliana Franceschini, Fernando Uliana Kay, Rodrigo Caruso Chate, Altair da Silva Costa Júnior, Fernando Nunes Galvão de Oliveira, André Luiz Cavalcante Trajano, José Rodrigues Pereira, Jose Ernesto Succi, Roberto Saad Junior

J Bras Pneumol.2014;40(2):-

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Digital drainage system: how far can we go?

Sistema de drenagem digital: até onde podemos chegar?

Altair da Silva Costa Jr, Luiz Eduardo Villaça Leão, Jose Ernesto Succi, Erika Rymkiewicz, Juliana Folador, Thamara Kazantzis

J Bras Pneumol.2014;40(5):579-581

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Applications for a hybrid operating room in thoracic surgery: from multidisciplinary procedures to ­­image-guided video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery

Usos da sala híbrida em cirurgia torácica: de procedimentos multidisciplinares à cirurgia toracoscópica videoassistida guiada por imagem

Ricardo Mingarini Terra1,2, Juliano Ribeiro Andrade2, Alessandro Wasum Mariani1,2, Rodrigo Gobbo Garcia2, Jose Ernesto Succi2,3, Andrey Soares2,4, Paulo Marcelo Zimmer2

J Bras Pneumol.2016;42(5):387-390

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The concept of a hybrid operating room represents the union of a high-complexity surgical apparatus with state-of-the-art radiological tools (ultrasound, CT, fluoroscopy, or magnetic resonance imaging), in order to perform highly effective, minimally invasive procedures. Although the use of a hybrid operating room is well established in specialties such as neurosurgery and cardiovascular surgery, it has rarely been explored in thoracic surgery. Our objective was to discuss the possible applications of this technology in thoracic surgery, through the reporting of three cases.

 


Keywords: Thoracic surgery, video-assisted; Bronchoscopy; Thoracoscopy; Radiology, interventional.

 


 

 


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