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  • 2 - Q29932.   Administração Financeira e Orçamentária - Administração Financeira e Orçamentária - Nível Superior - Gestor de Políticas Públicas Regionais - Consórcio Intermunicipal Grande ABC - CAIPIMES - 2015
  • Declara a Lei Complementar Nº 101/00 que se verificado, ao final de um bimestre, que a realização da receita poderá não comportar o cumprimento das metas de resultado primário ou nominal estabelecidas no Anexo de Metas Fiscais, os Poderes e o Ministério Público promoverão, por ato próprio e nos montantes necessários, nos:
  • 3 - Q29920.   Inglês - Nível Superior - Gestor de Políticas Públicas Regionais - Consórcio Intermunicipal Grande ABC - CAIPIMES - 2015
  • Clues to How an Electric Treatment for Parkinson’s Work

    In 1998, Dr. Philip A. Starr started putting electrodes in people’s brains. A neurosurgeon at the University of California, San Francisco, Dr. Starr was treating people with Parkinson’s disease, which slowly destroys essential bits of brain tissue, robbing people of control of their bodies. At first, drugs had given his patients some relief, but now they needed more help. After the surgery, Dr. Starr closed up his patients’ skulls and switched on the electrodes, releasing a steady buzz of electric pulses in their brains. For many patients, the effect was immediate. “We have people who, when they’re not taking their meds, can be frozen,” said Dr. Starr. “When we turn on the stimulator, they start walking.” First developed in the early 1990s, deep brain stimulation, or D.B.S., was approved by the Food and Drug Administration for treating Parkinson’s disease in 2002. Since its invention, about 100,000 people have received implants. While D.B.S. doesn’t halt Parkinson’s, it can turn back the clock a few years for many patients. Yet despite its clear effectiveness, scientists like Dr. Starr have struggled to understand what D.B.S. actually does to the brain. “We do D.B.S. because it works,” said Dr. Starr, “but we don’t really know how.” In a recent experiment, Dr. Starr and his colleagues believe they found a clue. D.B.S. may counter Parkinson’s disease by liberating the brain from a devastating electrical lock-step.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/16/science/ (adapted)
  • The negative form of: “In a recent experiment, Dr. Starr and his colleagues believe they found a clue.” is:
  • 7 - Q29919.   Inglês - Nível Superior - Gestor de Políticas Públicas Regionais - Consórcio Intermunicipal Grande ABC - CAIPIMES - 2015
  • Clues to How an Electric Treatment for Parkinson’s Work

    In 1998, Dr. Philip A. Starr started putting electrodes in people’s brains. A neurosurgeon at the University of California, San Francisco, Dr. Starr was treating people with Parkinson’s disease, which slowly destroys essential bits of brain tissue, robbing people of control of their bodies. At first, drugs had given his patients some relief, but now they needed more help. After the surgery, Dr. Starr closed up his patients’ skulls and switched on the electrodes, releasing a steady buzz of electric pulses in their brains. For many patients, the effect was immediate. “We have people who, when they’re not taking their meds, can be frozen,” said Dr. Starr. “When we turn on the stimulator, they start walking.” First developed in the early 1990s, deep brain stimulation, or D.B.S., was approved by the Food and Drug Administration for treating Parkinson’s disease in 2002. Since its invention, about 100,000 people have received implants. While D.B.S. doesn’t halt Parkinson’s, it can turn back the clock a few years for many patients. Yet despite its clear effectiveness, scientists like Dr. Starr have struggled to understand what D.B.S. actually does to the brain. “We do D.B.S. because it works,” said Dr. Starr, “but we don’t really know how.” In a recent experiment, Dr. Starr and his colleagues believe they found a clue. D.B.S. may counter Parkinson’s disease by liberating the brain from a devastating electrical lock-step.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/16/science/ (adapted)
  • The interrogative form of: “For many patients, the effect was immediate.” is:
  • 10 - Q29936.   Princípios, Normas e Atribuições Institucionais - Cultura Organizacional - Nível Superior - Gestor de Políticas Públicas Regionais - Consórcio Intermunicipal Grande ABC - CAIPIMES - 2015
  • Os desafios do PPA Regional do Consórcio Intermunicipal do Grande ABC são: