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Brazilian Consensus on Photoprotection

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Título Brazilian Consensus on Photoprotection
Autor Schalka, Sérgio
Ravelli, Flávia Naranjo
Terena, Aripuanã Coberio
Ayres, Eloisa Leis
Miot, Hélio Amante
Duarte, Ida Alzira Gomes
Cunha, José Antônio Jabur da
Samorano, Luciana de Paula
Maia, Marcus
Leite, Olga Maria Rodrigues Ribeiro
Oliveira, Pedro Dantas
Cestari, Tania Ferreira
Rêgo, Vitória Regina Pedreira de Almeida
Steiner, Denise
Steiner, Tatiana Aline
Marçon, Carolina Reato
Addor, Flávia Alvim Sant'Anna
Ponzio, Humberto Antonio Salomon
Pinto, Jane Marcy Neffá
Boza, Juliana Catucci
Corrêa, Marcelo de Paula
Nasser, Nilton
Lopes, Otávio Sergio
Meyer, Renata Leal Bregunci
Reis, Vitor Manoel Silva dos
Abstract Brazil is a country of continental dimensions with a large heterogeneity of climates and massive mixing of the population. Almost the entire national territory is located between the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn, and the Earth axial tilt to the south certainly makes Brazil one of the countries of the world with greater extent of land in proximity to the sun. The Brazilian coastline, where most of its population lives, is more than 8,500 km long. Due to geographic characteristics and cultural trends, Brazilians are among the peoples with the highest annual exposure to the sun. Epidemiological data show a continuing increase in the incidence of nonmelanoma and melanoma skin cancers. Photoprotection can be understood as a set of measures aimed at reducing sun exposure and at preventing the development of acute and chronic actinic damage. Due to the peculiarities of Brazilian territory and culture, it would not be advisable to replicate the concepts of photoprotection from other developed countries, places with completely different climates and populations. Thus the Brazilian Society of Dermatology has developed the Brazilian Consensus on Photoprotection, the first official document on photoprotection developed in Brazil for Brazilians, with recommendations on matters involving photoprotection.
Contido em Anais brasileiros de dermatologia. Rio de Janeiro. Vol. 89, n. 6, supl. 1 (2014), p. 1-76
Assunto Dermatologia
Fator de protecao solar
Proteção
Radiação solar
Origem Nacional
Tipo Artigo de periódico
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10183/118226
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