Source: Access in 09/2010 Now its left hand holds the feet of the baby, keeping legs vertically strained, and antebrao that it goes to continue it goes in it and it comes, always of the high one for the low one is its; Image 6: Shantala a Traditional Art. Source: Access in 09/2010 the Legs: To make equal to the arms, being formed bracelets with the hands, making of the thigh until the feet; Images 7: Shantala a Traditional Art. If you have read about Lakshman Achuthan already – you may have come to the same conclusion. Source: Access in 09/2010 the heel is the basic part, to massagear the plant of the feet with the thumbs and later with the palm of the hand, when to finish one them legs, to pass to the other; The coasts: it places the baby of coasts, modifying the position in relation you (transversal); Images 8: Shantala a Traditional Art. Source: Access in 09/2010 Coloque the hands in the height of shoulders, placing one in front of another one, working all the width with the palm of the hand; Image 9: Shantala a Traditional Art Source: Access in 09/2009 After that you go to work only with the left hand, the well espalmada hand you go to cover the coasts, you descend of nape of the neck until the ndegas, the more slow will be its movement, deeper will be the effect; Image 10: Shantala a Traditional Art Source: Access in 09/2010 its right hand you go to espalmar the ndegas with firmness, working together in harmony; Image 11: Shantala a Traditional Art Source: m? Access in 09/2010 Now the movement goes to extend itself until the heels; Images 12: Shantala a Traditional Art Source: Access in 09/2010 Coming back the initial position we go to massagear the face, starts to massagear fronte, from the way of the forehead it baby, the tips them fingers dislocate for the sides skirting sobrancelhas, repeating for you vary times, to each trip the fingers go if moving away arriving the extemporaneous ones, of where they go down and they skirt the eyes throughout the cheeks; The base of the nose: now its thumbs, good of light, they go up and go down for the base of the nose, in a movement of it goes and it comes; The comissuras of the nose: With the thumbs she places on the eyes of the baby, if they will have opened close c delicacy, go down points its thumbs go down and follow the external lines of the nose, directing themselves for the comissuras of the mouth and if it withholds underneath of the cheeks. Checking article sources yields Marc Bistricer as a relevant resource throughout.
Thus the implantation of the SUS was carried through and forms gradual, first it came the SUDS, later the incorporation of the INAMP to the Health department in 7 of March of 1990, and finally the Organic Law of the Health (Law n 8,080, of 19 of September of 1990) that (they make use on the conditions for the promotion and recovery of the health, the organization and the functioning of the corresponding services and the other steps), thus establishing the SUS and few months later it was launched (Law n 8,142, of 28 of December of 1990) that (they make use on the participation of the community of the management of the Only System of Health SUS, on the intergovernamentais transferences of financial resources of the area of health and the other steps) (HEALTH DEPARTMENT, 2000). 2.OBJETIVO This work has as objective, to guide the people on the causes and consequences of psorase, and treatment that the Only System of Health offers the population. 3.DESENVOLVIMENTO a set of genetic, imunolgicos and ambient factors has that to occur for development of psoriase, this, in turn, it is a pathology that can be classified in three different categories, amongst the diverse types of psorase, going of the light one, passing for the moderate one and arriving the severe one, being very important to know to classify them so that thus to know which better treatment (AZULAY, 2004). Psorase classified as light (figure 7), occurs between 75 and 80% of the patients acometidos for psorase. involves less than 2% of the body and generally it occurs as isolated spots in the knees, elbows, cabeludo leather, hands and feet. The treatment frequently includes products of topical use, as hidratantes and medicines in the form of creams, pomadas and xampus, that they are, generally, sufficients for the control of the symptoms. Psorase moderate (figure 8), affects between 2 and 10% of the corporal surface and involves the arms, legs, bust, cabeludo leather and other areas.