Archive for setembro \29\UTC 2011

China Viola Convenção-Quadro e permite propaganda de cigarros em Escolas

29 de setembro de 2011 Comentários desligados


Quem vai proteger as crianças?


Quem vai proteger as crianças?

O Marketing tabagista encontra varias maneiras de se impor perante as leis, as naçoes e sobretudo sobre a vida a humana.
Sob a justificativa de se investir em educaçao, a industria tabagista (China National Corporation- CNTC) esta patrocinando cerca de 100 escolas elementares na China.

Ha anuncios colocados nas dependencias escolares, como  quadra de esportes com os dizeres:  O Talento advem do Trabalho – O Tabaco ajuda a melhorar o seu Talento” (“Talent comes from hard work – Tobacco helps you become talented”)
Faz-se necessario lembrar que a China ao permitir tal ato, esta violando a Convençao Quadro para Controle do Tabaco – Tratado da OMS, ratificado pela mesma China, que advoga a proibiçao da publicidade, divulgçao e patrocinio de cigarros e outros derivados do fumo.

Por esta forma sem limites do Marketing da industria tabagista, a PulmaoSA advoga a necessidade de ferramentas educacionais voltadas a linguagem das crianças como a criaçao de App sugerido no ERS2011, no CHEST2011 e no Congresso brasileiro de Pneumologia de 2010
Porem, em repudio chama a atencao que acima das leis, constata-se o ato vil da violaçao da vida humana de crianças…
Em nome da dignidade das crianças, a OMS e a propria ONU que realizou a Conferencia sobre as Doenças Nao Comunicantes no inicio de setembro precisam reagir …



The Telegraph


China Violates Framework Convention and allows cigarette advertising in Kids schools

29 de setembro de 2011 Comentários desligados

China Violates The Framework Convention on Tobacco Control

Who will protect the Children?

The Tobacco Industries Marketing  find several ways to enforce laws against the Nations and especially about human life.
Under the justification of investing in education, the China tobacco industry (China National Corporation-CNTC) is sponsoring about 100 elementary schools in China.
There are ads placed in the school grounds as a sports court with the words: “Talent Comes from hard work – Helps You Become Tobacco talented!”
It is necessary to remember when allows such act, China is in violation of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control – WHO treaty, ratified by the same China in 2005, which advocates a ban on advertising, sponsorship and promotion of cigarette smoke and other tobacco derivatives.
For this form of marketing without limit tobacco industry, the PulmaoSA advocates the need for educational tools aimed at the language of children as an App creation suggested in the ERS2011 in CHEST2011 and the Brazilian Congress of Pneumology of 2010
However, in repudiating it is noteworthy that above the law, there is the vile act of violation of human life of children …
On behalf of the dignity of children, WHO and the UN itself that made the Conference on Non Communicating Diseases (NCD11) at the beginning of September must react.



The Telegraph

Destino: CHEST 2011 – Havaí

28 de setembro de 2011 Comentários desligados

Congresso CHEST 2011- Honolulu, Hawaii

CHEST 2011 contará com um programa de aprendizagem e pneumologia, Medicina pulmonar  intensiva, e em medicina do sono em 22-26 outubro em Honolulu, Havaí- Estados Unidos. Caso você deseje mais informações ou se registrar no CHEST 2011 Clique na imagem do link abaixo:



PULMAOSANEWS – Pulmão S / A: Pulmões. Seu atmospher, sua vida! ®


Destination: Hawaii CHEST 2011 Meeting

28 de setembro de 2011 Comentários desligados

CHEST Meeting in 2011: Hawaii

 CHEST 2011 will feature a learning program in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine in October 22-26 in Honolulu, Hawaii. If you desire more informations or register in CHEST 2011 Click the link image below:

CHEST 2011 Register


PULMAOSANEWS – Pulmao S/A: Lungs. Your Atmospher, Your Life!®


Active Smoking: An Evil Recipe!

23 de setembro de 2011 Comentários desligados

Smoking: an Evil Recipe!

Active Smoking: An Evil Recipe!

We invite you to an exercise of imagination to make it through the meanings and risks involved in smoking. If we were to replicate the creation of a cigarette as we carry out a recipe, we would get more than 4,000 chemicals. Of these, about 2,000, is already “natural” in the tobacco leaf itself, and another 2,000 are produced spontaneously from the combustion product.

Other ingredients are “gently” associated with the product by the manufacturers to have you as a customer for life! Products are associated with taste and which prints out a label attached to each brand.
Like cake recipe, these ingredients separately, give generous portions of:

  • Arsenic, used also as a pesticide against ants and rat poison. For moviegoers, it is worth remembering that this poison used in the movie “The Name of the Rose Writer Umberto Eco, to kill people was leafing through the books, guess what: Arsenic!
  • Benzene, gasoline-derived compound, which can cause leukemia;
  • Portions of poisonous gases are also added without concern, such as carbon monoxide (eliminated by discharges of cars),
  • ammonia (used as fertilizer and present in many cleaning products);
  • Toluene (TNT’s raw material, commonly known as dynamite), Beyond butane and hydrogen cyanide, the latter, a radioactive element, and therefore carcinogenic.

There is also, among other carcinogens, a substance involved in the recent murder by agents of the KGB, an ingredient called Polonium 210, also radioactive and carcinogenic.

Metals such as cadmium (a corrosive that should come with a warning that can cause burns and cancer, and when inhaled can damage teeth and lungs), and lead, which accumulates in bones and affects various physiological systems, such as central nervous system , the reproductive system, muscles and blood, being a cause of colic, cardiac dysfunction, mood swings, and kidney damage as well as in fetal development.

Nicotine, like the icing on the cake, serves as a magnet to attract and retain consumers and customers will be given its addictive potential.

So there’s this recipe hundreds of toxins and carcinogens that can cause your body to multiple organ failure and put their lives and their families at risk.
Now, look around and realize: how much smoke around you? And on your way to work? And in the workplace? At school or university? At lunch? On the way home and its output to restaurants, clubs and discos as indoors? It looks pretty?

The World Health Organization (WHO), agrees!

The WHO states that there are no safe levels of nicotine as a drug is more lethal than marijuana and more easily addictive than heroin.

WHO projections estimate that a tobacco-related disease, COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) is the third leading cause of death in 2030. Recent work (1) estimates that the number of deaths related to tobacco in developed countries will increase from 5 million (2000 data) to 7 million, an optimistic scenario and 10 million in a pessimistic scenario in 2030.

These data explain why we need more control on tobacco: Instituting open environments both indoors as Tobacco-Free, approving the Bill 315/2008, regulating the retail outlets and not allowing sale of single cigarettes to minors, nor old.

See Open Letter to Congress (Portuguese Article) and to mobilize to ensure the increase in cigarette prices in Brazil

After this initial scenario that invokes the principle surprising and information that could be part of a terrorist script, but unfortunately it only reflects the reality about the exposure to active smoking (secondhand smoke is covered in another section of the site), responsible for various diseases non-cancerous, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), expressed by chronic bronchitis and emphysema, cardiovascular disease, coronary heart disease, cataracts, stroke, atherosclerosis, aortic aneurysm, among others.
Among the cancers we are cancer of the lung, larynx, esophagus, pancreas, stomach, liver, pancreas, kidney, uterus, bladder and ureter in addition to leukemia.
As noted above, “it may seem astonishing how large is the number of diseases associated with smoking, but the most surprising is the large number of people who still did not know them,” explains Dr. MArcos Nascimento, PULMAOSA’s MD. Consultant.

2) And our goal is to make it public in order to safeguard their well is greater than their lives and their families. Another goal is to make you believe in the possibility of quitting, and educating employees to carry out this desire.

After all, safeguard your real atmosphere (Lungs) is the mission “si ne qua non” of  PULMAOSA!


1.Mathers, C.D., Loncar, D, 2006;
2.Sir Richard Doll;
3.PULMÃO SA: Your Atmosphere, Your Life!®

O que esperar do seu embaixador na ONU?

18 de setembro de 2011 Comentários desligados

O que esperar do seu embaixador na ONU?

O que esperar do seu embaixador na ONU?


(PULMAOSANEWS) – Como já abordado pela PULMAOSA, em 19-20 de setembro de 2011 ocorrerá  a Conferência das Nações Unidas sobre as doenças Não Transmissíveis (DNTs).

Segundo a Organização Mundial da Saúde(OMS) as DNTs estarão entre as principais causas de óbito em 2030. Seria portanto razoável que a participação dos países nesta conferência agisse em prol do interesse público Mundial defendendo por exemplo o Controle do tabaco, já que este é  o grande causador das DNTs.

 O que é a Convenção-Quadro para Controle do Tabaco?
É um tratado internacional, no qual os países signatários (Estados Partes) concordam em empreender esforços para alcançar metas para o controle do tabaco, visando proteger a vida humana.

 Quais as medidas propostas pela CQCT?
• Reduzir a oferta por produtos do tabaco, como por exemplo a: eliminação do contrabando; Proteger as crianças e os jovens do acesso ao tabaco;

• Proteger a Saúde Humana e o meio ambiente;
• Reduzir a demanda por tabaco;

• Proteção contra a exposição à fumaça do tabaco em ambientes fechados;

Regulamentar o Marketing da Industria Tabagista

• Promoção de programas de tratamento da dependência da nicotina.

Em outras palavras, a CQCT visa proteger a VIDA!

Veja o Vídeo abaixo e entenda que a Convenção Quadro pretende promover: Segurança!

O que esperar então do embaixador do seu país na ONU?

O mínimo que podemos esperar seria Bom Senso e respeito pela vida Humana!

Envie este artigo para os Embaixadores do Brasil & o de Portugal ou de seu país exigindo bom senso e o respeito pela CQCT! Desta maneira, o mundo terá “Bom Senso e Segurança!”

Representante do Brasil na ONU:
Maria Luiza Ribeiro Viotti  Email:

Representante de Portugal na ONU

José Filipe Moraes Cabral  Email


PULMAOSANEWS: Pulmão S/A – Sua Atmosfera, Sua Vida! ®

SBPT – Sociedade Brasileira de Pneumologia


What to expect from Your ambassador at the UN? “Common Sense, Common Safety”

18 de setembro de 2011 Comentários desligados


What to expect from Your ambassador at the UN?

(PULMAOSANEWS) – As PULMAOSA already discussed, on 19-20 September 2011 will take place at United Nations conference on the Non-communicable diseases (NCDs).
According to World Health Organization (WHO) NCDs are among the leading causes of death in 2030. It would therefore be reasonable for countries to participate in this conference to act in the public interest defending World eg tobacco control, as this is the major cause of NCDs.

What is the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control?
It is an international treaty, in which signatory countries (States Parties) agree to undertake efforts to achieve targets for tobacco control, to protect human life.

What are the measures proposed by the FCTC?

• Reduce the supply of tobacco products, such as: elimination of smuggling, protect children and youth access to tobacco;
• Protecting human health and the environment;
• Reduce the demand for tobacco;
• Protection from exposure to tobacco smoke indoors;
• Regulate the marketing of tobacco industry
• Promotion of programs to treat nicotine addiction.

In other words, the FCTC is intended to protect life.
Watch the video below and understand that the Framework Convention aims to promote: Security!

What to expect then the ambassador of his country at the UN?

The least we can hope for would be Common Sense and respect for human life!
Send an e-mail to U.S. Ambassador or your country’s Ambassador  and require respect for the FCTC. So, world will have “Common Sense and Common Safety!”

E-mail Representative of USA to the UN:

UN Representative for USA
Name: Susan E. HE Rice

PULMAOSANEWS: Lung S / A – Its atmosphere, Your Life! ®
BTS – Brazilian Society of Pneumology


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