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  • Pediatric emergence delirium is presented as a disturbance of consciousness and attention, with disorientation and perceptual alterations, including hypersensitivity to stimuli and hyperactive motor behaviors. Many studies evaluated risk factors and pharmacological regimens to prevent and treat emergence delirium. There have been two reports on the practice of anesthesiologists concerning diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of emergence delirium. We aimed to know the practice of the Brazilian anesthesiologist regarding the concept, risk factors, diagnosis and forms of prevention and treatment of emergence delirium in children. A REDCap® web-based survey was sent to all anesthesiologists associated with the Brazilian Society of Anesthesiology by SMS and e-mail. Considering a population of 24 thousand anesthesiologists in Brazil, a 95% confidence interval and a 5% margin of error, a sample size of 648 responders was required for this study. We obtained 671 responses. Of respondents, 92,8% consider emergence delirium as a relevant adverse event and 39,6% reported that emergence delirium interferes “too much” in the quality of anesthesia in their institution. High levels of childhood anxiety, using sevoflurane and previous history of emergence delirium were considered as risk factors for 79.6%, 79,2%, and 72.3%, respectively. More than 90% considered untreated postoperative pain as a risk factor too. More than half of respondents said they evaluate their patients regarding emergence delirium, but 95.1% did not routinely use a validated score tool. Sixty-seven percent reported not routinely using pharmacological strategies to prevent emergence delirium. Propofol and clonidine were the most common anesthetic given to prevent emergence delirium (15.7% and 15.4%, respectively). Midazolam, propofol, and dexmedetomidine were the most common medication given for treatment (25.6%, 34.5%, and 10.6%, respectively). These raw data were de-identified using REDCap® functionality. It is presented as an Excel CSV spreadsheet along with a data codebook translated into English and the original in Portuguese.
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  • Questionário e Banco de Dados referentes ao artigo "Fatores que influenciam a participação dos consumidores no Turismo Eletrônico", publicado pela Revista Brasileira de Pesquisa em Turismo - RBTUR.
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  • The data represent the simulated data obtained using the proposed equation in a previously published research article of the author (Eq. 6), to predict the peak bond stress in self-compacting concrete (SCC). The data consisted of 500 simulations for various concrete grades (C12, C16, C20, C25, C30, C35, C40, C45, and C50) and reinforcing steel bar diameters (10, 12, 16, 20, and 25 mm). The first 20 data correspond to the predicted values of the peak bond stress considering the parameters used in the previous research article of the author. These data are valid for well-confined concrete in which pull-out failure may occur. For additional information about the bond model please consult the reference below. Abbreviations used for the data: f_cm = mean value of the concrete cylinder compressive strength (MPa) φ = diameter of an anchored bar (mm) c_min = minimum concrete cover (mm) l_d = anchorage length of a bar (mm) a_max = height of the transverse ribs of an anchored bar (mm) c = distance between the transverse ribs of an anchored bar (mm) f_R = relative rib area (-) n_t = number of legs of the confining reinforcement crossing a potential splitting failure surface at a section (-) A_st = cross-sectional area of one leg of a confining bar (mm2) n_b = number of anchored bars (-) s_t = longitudinal spacing of the confining reinforcement (-) K_tr = density of the transverse reinforcement (-) τ_R = peak bond stress calculated using Eq. 6 (MPa) MC2010 = peak bond stress from fib Model Code 2010 (MPa) τ_R/MC2010 = ratio of the peak bond stress calculated using Eq. 1 and the peak bond stress from fib Model Code 2010 (-)
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  • This is the data of spatial behavior types in Guanlu village in China, which was collected through observation and map marking, the data include six aspects: gender, age, number of people, location, type of activity and scene description.
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  • This data set contains information regarding the research about the role of attractiveness, facial fluctuating asymmetry, and previous ailments on the expression of psychopathology in men and women
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  • Data is in the Excel file format. Data enables reproduction of the figures in the publication "Quantification of the effect of oxygen on mechanical properties of TIMETAL 834". Abstract: Atom probe tomography, electron probe microanalysis and nanoindentation was used to characterise the oxygen-rich layer on an in-service aerospace engine compressor disc, manufactured from the titanium alloy TIMETAL 834. Oxygen ingress was quantified and related to changes in mechanical properties through nanoindentation studies. Contributions of crystallography and microstructure to hardness changes are qualitatively discussed. The role of microstructure on oxygen ingress was studied and oxygen ingress along a potential α / β interface was directly observed on the nanoscale using atom probe tomography.
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  • Here are all the raw data about the study of "Decoding and Systematization of Medical Imaging Features of Multiple Human Malignancies". Including the proposed correlation atlas to clarify the relationship between medical imaging features and human malignancies, and the CT image dataset of 1000 lung cancer patients for discovering the pattern of distribution of values of the texture features and explaining the visual difference of different image feature values, and all of the source code of this study.
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  • Corneae from Body Donors in Anatomy Department: Valuable Use for Clinical Transplantation and Experimental Research
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  • The dataset provides information on fine root biomass (2-20mm ; 1m in depth) associated to edaphic factors (soil texture and fertility) in ecotone forests located on the eastern of Maracá Island, a fluvial island integrated to the Maracá Ecological Station, state of Roraima, northern Brazilian Amazonia. This area represents an ecotone zone of the southern region of the Guyana Shield, which is dominated by mosaics of ombrophilous and seasonal forests in contact with savanna areas. Our sampling took into consideration 30 permanent plots located in the PPBio (Biodiversity Research Program) 25-km2 research grid installed in the eastern of Maracá Island. The fieldwork was carried in July and October 2015 when we collected two soil cores (sub-samples) 1 m in depth for each plot. Each soil core was composed by 10 sections of 10 cm in length (000-010 cm; … ; 090-100 cm). All fine root (2-20 mm) found in each section was classified by diameter categories (2-5 mm; 5-10mm; 10-20mm), dried in electric stove (100±3oC) and weighted (0,0001g). Soil analysis were performed for each depth section taking into account a composite sample derived from both soil cores. We used the soil analysis methodology adopted by Embrapa (Embrapa. 2009. Manual de análises químicas de solos, plantas e fertilizantes. Embrapa Informação Tecnológica, 2. ed. rev. ampl. Brasília-DF. 627 p). Our dataset is presented in two files: (i) soil_analysis - sampling units codes (plotID) and their geographical reference (UTM, SAD69, Zone 20), associated with altitude (m a.s.l.), drainage (well/poor), section depth (cm), and soil analysis (mean of the edaphic variables for each section - texture, fertility, soil bulk density); (ii) fine_root – fine root biomass (g) for each soil section by root diameter category (2-5 mm; 5-10mm; 10-20mm), sampling date and sub-sample number. This dataset was supported by institutional project PPI/INPA 015/122 (Ecologia e manejo de savannas e florestas de Roraima). The Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico (CNPq - Brazil) provided a fellowship for R.I. Barbosa (CNPq 304204/2015-3). L.C.S. Carvalho was supported by a fellowship from Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior (CAPES/PNPD). Instituto Chico Mendes de Conservação da Biodiversidade (ICMBio) provided authorization for the study. This dataset is also available on the DataONE website (https://search.dataone.org/view/PPBioAmOc.135.9), as well as the soil bulk density data (https://search.dataone.org/view/PPBioAmOc.114.5).
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  • Experimental data related to the paper: "Experimental investigations on the load-carrying capacity of digitally produced wood-wood connections". It presents shear and compression test results for the load-carrying capacity of digitally produced traditional wood-wood assembly named through tenon.
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