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1-Mar-2009O álcool, a droga e o tabagismo (dependências), implantação e repercussões na GNRMartins, HernâniotheropenAccess
2008Álgebra, pensamento algébrico e tecnologias: trabalhar com equações e funções como domínios relacionadosDuarte, JoséarticleopenAccess
Dec-2015A área da casinha na creche e no jardim-de-infânciaJordão, Maria de Fátima Ferreira JoaquimmasterThesisopenAccess
1993Áreas de Interesse Estratégico de PortugalCarvalho, Virgilio dearticleopenAccess
17-Mar-2015O Ártico - Geopolítica e DesafiosBaptista, AnamasterThesisopenAccess
Nov-2013O Ártico e as alterações climáticasFonseca, Jorge Lopes daarticleopenAccess
May-2014Ártico, atores e estratégiasFonseca, Jorge Lopes daarticleopenAccess
2006Árvores deitadas: Descrição do formato e das opções de análise na Floresta SintácticaAfonso, SusanaotheropenAccess
2007A Ásia como actor preponderante na economia internacionalCruz, PedrootheropenAccess
Jul-2015As Ásias, a Europa e os Atlânticos sob o signo da energia : horizonte 2030Leal, Catarina Mendes; Ribeiro, José M. FélixarticleopenAccess
2011Back to the futureCowper-Coles, SherandarticleopenAccess
2015BACKGROUND: Asthma and Allergic Rhinitis (AR) are two chronic inflammatory diseases that are often concomitant. The Control of Allergic Rhinitis and Asthma Test (CARAT) was developed to evaluate the control of these diseases from the patients' perspective. Its performance in asthma patients without AR has not been previously studied. AIM: To test the hypothesis that CARAT can be used to assess asthma control in patients with asthma and without AR. METHODS: A cross-sectional study was conducted in 3 primary healthcare centres in Northern Portugal. Adult patients identified in the Electronic Patient Record with a diagnosis of asthma were invited to participate. CARAT was used to assess asthma control and Asthma Control Test (ACT) as a comparator. The associations between asthma patients without AR (AsAR) and with AR (AwAR) were analyzed with Spearman correlation. Additionally, Receiver Operating Characteristic (ROC) curve analysis, summarized by Area Under the Curve (AUC), was used to assess performance of CARAT for screening asthma that was not well-controlled. RESULTS: A total of 103 asthma patients completed the study, 64 (62%) had AwAR and in 87 (85%) asthma was not well-controlled. We observed a strong correlation between CARAT and ACT scores (r=0.734) in all asthma patients and in both groups: AsAR (r=0.737) and AwAR (r=0.843). ROC curve demonstrated CARAT as having a good discriminative power for both AsAR and AwAR groups (AUC=0.894 and 0.946, respectively). CONCLUSION: These initial results suggest that CARAT has a good discriminative performance, similar to other asthma control assessment tools, for asthma patients with and without AR.Riaz, M; Certal, V; Nigam, G; Abdullatif, J; Zaghi, S; Kushida, CA; Camacho, MarticleopenAccess
2006BACO - A large database of text and co-occurrencesSarmento, LuísconferenceObjectopenAccess
2006BACO e a sua APISarmento, LuíslectureopenAccess
2005BACO: BAse de Co-OcorrênciasSarmento, LuíslectureopenAccess
2013Bacterial cellulose membranes as drug delivery systems: An in vivo skin compatibility studyAlmeida, IF; Pereira, T; Silva, NH; Gomes, FP; Silvestre, AJ; Freire, CS; Sousa-Lobo, JM; Costa, PCarticleopenAccess
Oct-2013Bacterias anaeróbias como fábricas celulares: produção de hidrogénio e butirato por clostridium sp.Martins, Tânia Margarida VictormasterThesisopenAccess
2013O balanced scorecard aplicado à região do Médio TejoCastro, António Gabriel Simão demasterThesisopenAccess
2014O Balanced Scorecard como ferramenta de gestão estratégica e de melhoria de desempenho organizacional numa pme: O caso da Enkrott Centro LdaSousa, João Pedro Ferreira Falcão demasterThesisopenAccess
2009O Balanced Scorecard e a sua aplicação às Forças Armadas PortuguesasCasimiro, RuiotheropenAccess