Carlos Henrique da Silva

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BACKGROUND Mental disorders often impair functioning in several areas of life and lead to unhappiness and suffering that may affect health-related quality of life (HRQoL). Satisfaction with participation is an indicator of HRQoL, and its measurement by patients reflects the impact of disease on their social, emotional and professional life. The(More)
BACKGROUND Quality of life (QL) assessments of children with incapacitating diseases, such as cerebral palsy (CP), have often been conducted with the help of the representatives of a child, making QL assessment more subjective. The Autoquestionnaire Qualité de Vie Enfant Imagé (AUQEI) is a QL assessment designed for children to self-report-it uses images to(More)
The Patient-Reported Outcome Measurement Information System (PROMIS), structured in Itens Banks, provides a new tool for evaluating results that apply to various chronic diseases through advanced statistical techniques (TRI) and computerized adaptive testing (CAT). The aim of this study was to culturally adapt the Items Banks of Anxiety and Depression of(More)
Altered sleep and wakefulness affect individuals' mood, memory, and psychomotor performance and thus directly impact their quality of life. Tools to analyze the quality of these factors should be available for clinical evaluation. This study aimed to translate into Brazilian Portuguese and culturally adapt the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement(More)
This paper proposes a control strategy for Hybrid Active Series Power Filter (HASPF) based on a P+Resonant compensator. The proposed control uses Adaptive Notch Filter to isolate the harmonic content of the source current and a P+Resonant regulator to calculate the harmonic voltage signal necessary to properly tune the hybrid branch. This control strategy(More)