Our Pediatrics research group works in the following research lines: Child Development, Quality of Health, and Intensive Care.
In Child Development, we are especially interested in epigenetic changes associated with chronic stress situations in childhood and their repercussions on human health.
In Quality of Health, we study the improvement of health processes, and highlight the development of a triage tool for emergency and urgent care, the CLARIPED (CLAssification of Risk in PEDiatrics).
In Intensive Care, we highlight the study of sedation and delirium (scales validation), sepsis (early diagnosis and encephalopathy), and the validation of prognostic scores (PIM3 and PRISM IV).
Keywords: Child development, Quality of health, Pediatric Intensive Care
MD, School of Medicine, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
MSc, Pediatrics, Fluminense Federal University (UFF)
PhD, Epidemiology, Social Medicine Institute (IMS), Rio de Janeiro State University
AWARDS AND HONORS
Board-certified in Pediatrics (Brazilian Society of Pediatrics) and in Pediatric Intensive Care (Brazilian Association of Intensive Care Medicine)
Member, Brazilian Society of Pediatrics (since 1984)
Validity of CLARIPED, a new risk classification system for pediatric urgencies and emergencies in a Brazilian health context, ranked 1st in the best work category in the 37º Brazilian Congress of Pediatrics, October 13th to 16th, 2015 in Rio de Janeiro - RJ. (2015)
Magalhães-Barbosa MC, Prata-Barbosa A, Cunha AJLAD, Lopes CS. CLARIPED: a new tool for risk classification in pediatric emergencies. Rev Paul Pediatr. 2016;34(3):254-262.
Magalhães-Barbosa MC, Prata-Barbosa A, Raymundo CE, Cunha AJLAD, Lopes CS. Validity and reliability of a new triage system for pediatric emergency care: CLARIPED. Rev Paul Pediatr. 2018;36(4):398-406.
de Magalhães-Barbosa MC, Prata-Barbosa A, Robaina JR, Raymundo CE, Lima-Setta F, Antonio José Ledo Alves da Cunha. Prevalence of microcephaly in eight south-eastern and midwestern Brazilian neonatal intensive care units: 2011-2015. Arch Dis Child. 2017 Aug;102(8):728-734.
de Castro REV, Magalhães-Barbosa MC, Cunha AJLAD, Cheniaux E, Prata-Barbosa A. Delirium Detection Based on the Clinical Experience of Pediatric Intensivists. Pediatr Crit Care Med, 2020;21(9):e869-e873.
Rodrigues-Santos G, Magalhães-Barbosa MC, Raymundo CE, Lima-Setta F, Cunha AJLAD, Prata-Barbosa A. Improvement of 1st-hour bundle compliance and sepsis mortality in pediatrics after the implementation of the surviving sepsis campaign guidelines. J Pediatr (Rio J). 2021;97(4):459-467.
The activation or deactivation of genes can occur due to adverse experiences in life, and these configurations can be passed from parents to children.