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Relacionamento Entre As Queimadas E As Morbidades Respiratórias No Acre No Período De 1998 A 2005: Uma Abordagem Espacial

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  • Silva, Rubicleis Gomes Da
  • Silveira, Breno Carrillo
  • Silveira, Aurilene Oliveira De Araujo
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    No Estado do Acre a agropecuária local utiliza com bastante intensidade as queimadas como fator de produção. Nesse engendramento é relevante conhecer os impactos que as queimadas causam sobre a saúde da sociedade acreana. Este trabalho busca, de forma geral, verificar o tipo de relação entre queimadas e doenças respiratórias no estado do Acre. Especificamente, procura-se determinar o relacionamento espacial entre focos de queimadas em um dado município e internações por morbidades respiratórias em seus vizinhos contíguos Os resultados mostram que em alguns municípios acreanos as internações causadas por morbidades respiratórias são de responsabilidade de seus vizinhos. Dessa forma, fica claro que no estado do Acre as queimadas exercem impactos negativos sobre a qualidade de vida, em especial sobre a saúde da sociedade acreana.----------------------------------------------In the state of Acre, the local agricultural uses with much intensity as burned as a factor of production. That is relevant to know the impact that the fires cause on the health of society of Acre. This job search, in general, check the type of relationship between fires and respiratory diseases in the state of Acre. Specifically, the goal is to determine the spatial relationship between outbreaks of fires in a given municipality and hospitalizations for respiratory morbidity in its neighbours contiguous. The results show that in some municipalities of Acre the hospitalizations caused by respiratory morbidity are the responsibility of its neighbours. Thus, it is clear that in the state of Acre as burned carry negative impacts on the quality of life, particularly on the health of society of Acre.

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    Paper provided by Sociedade Brasileira de Economia, Administracao e Sociologia Rural (SOBER) in its series 46th Congress, July 20-23, 2008, Rio Branco, Acre, Brasil with number 108918.

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    Date of creation: Jul 2008
    Handle: RePEc:ags:sbrfsr:108918
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