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    CONHECIMENTO DE ESTUDANTES DE ENFERMAGEM SOBRE PARADA CARDIORRESPIRAT√ďRIA: ESTUDO TRANSVERSAL

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    Objetivo: avaliar o conhecimento de estudantes de enfermagem sobre o atendimento ao paciente em parada cardiorrespirat√≥ria. M√©todo: estudo transversal com abordagem quantitativa, realizado com 136 acad√™micos do curso de enfermagem de uma institui√ß√£o de ensino superior. Os dados foram coletados por meio de instrumento semiestruturado. A an√°lise efetivou-se por meio da estat√≠stica descritiva e inferencial. Resultados: os discentes que se autoavaliaram positivamente, mostraram um bom n√≠vel de conhecimento sobre a tem√°tica (r=0,29; p=0,001), assim como aqueles que haviam cursado a disciplina de primeiros socorros em per√≠odos anteriores (p=0,012). As quest√Ķes nas quais obtiveram erro foram aquelas a respeito das vias de administra√ß√£o da droga e suporte ventilat√≥rio em pacientes n√£o intubados. Conclus√£o: os discentes de enfermagem demonstraram um n√≠vel adequado de compreens√£o dos protocolos sobre o atendimento ao paciente em parada cardiorrespirat√≥ria e possu√≠am arcabou√ßo te√≥rico obtido na disciplina de primeiros socorros, bem como em cursos de aperfei√ßoamento. Descritores: Enfermagem. Estudantes de Enfermagem. Conhecimento. Parada Card√≠aca.

    Pervasive gaps in Amazonian ecological research

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    Educomunicação e suas áreas de intervenção: Novos paradigmas para o diálogo intercultural

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    oai:omp.abpeducom.org.br:publicationFormat/1O material aqui divulgado representa, em ess√™ncia, a contribui√ß√£o do VII Encontro Brasileiro de Educomunica√ß√£o ao V Global MIL Week, da UNESCO, ocorrido na ECA/USP, entre 3 e 5 de novembro de 2016. Estamos diante de um conjunto de 104 papers executivos, com uma m√©dia de entre 7 e 10 p√°ginas, cada um. Com este rico e abundante material, chegamos ao s√©timo e-book publicado pela ABPEducom, em seus seis primeiros anos de exist√™ncia. A especificidade desta obra √© a de trazer as ‚Äú√Āreas de Interven√ß√£o‚ÄĚ do campo da Educomunica√ß√£o, colocando-as a servi√ßo de uma meta essencial ao agir educomunicativo: o di√°logo intercultural, trabalhado na linha do tema geral do evento internacional: Media and Information Literacy: New Paradigms for Intercultural Dialogue

    Neotropical freshwater fisheries : A dataset of occurrence and abundance of freshwater fishes in the Neotropics

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    The Neotropical region hosts 4225 freshwater fish species, ranking first among the world's most diverse regions for freshwater fishes. Our NEOTROPICAL FRESHWATER FISHES data set is the first to produce a large-scale Neotropical freshwater fish inventory, covering the entire Neotropical region from Mexico and the Caribbean in the north to the southern limits in Argentina, Paraguay, Chile, and Uruguay. We compiled 185,787 distribution records, with unique georeferenced coordinates, for the 4225 species, represented by occurrence and abundance data. The number of species for the most numerous orders are as follows: Characiformes (1289), Siluriformes (1384), Cichliformes (354), Cyprinodontiformes (245), and Gymnotiformes (135). The most recorded species was the characid Astyanax fasciatus (4696 records). We registered 116,802 distribution records for native species, compared to 1802 distribution records for nonnative species. The main aim of the NEOTROPICAL FRESHWATER FISHES data set was to make these occurrence and abundance data accessible for international researchers to develop ecological and macroecological studies, from local to regional scales, with focal fish species, families, or orders. We anticipate that the NEOTROPICAL FRESHWATER FISHES data set will be valuable for studies on a wide range of ecological processes, such as trophic cascades, fishery pressure, the effects of habitat loss and fragmentation, and the impacts of species invasion and climate change. There are no copyright restrictions on the data, and please cite this data paper when using the data in publications

    Brazilian Flora 2020: Leveraging the power of a collaborative scientific network

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    International audienceThe shortage of reliable primary taxonomic data limits the description of biological taxa and the understanding of biodiversity patterns and processes, complicating biogeographical, ecological, and evolutionary studies. This deficit creates a significant taxonomic impediment to biodiversity research and conservation planning. The taxonomic impediment and the biodiversity crisis are widely recognized, highlighting the urgent need for reliable taxonomic data. Over the past decade, numerous countries worldwide have devoted considerable effort to Target 1 of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation (GSPC), which called for the preparation of a working list of all known plant species by 2010 and an online world Flora by 2020. Brazil is a megadiverse country, home to more of the world's known plant species than any other country. Despite that, Flora Brasiliensis, concluded in 1906, was the last comprehensive treatment of the Brazilian flora. The lack of accurate estimates of the number of species of algae, fungi, and plants occurring in Brazil contributes to the prevailing taxonomic impediment and delays progress towards the GSPC targets. Over the past 12‚ÄČyears, a legion of taxonomists motivated to meet Target 1 of the GSPC, worked together to gather and integrate knowledge on the algal, plant, and fungal diversity of Brazil. Overall, a team of about 980 taxonomists joined efforts in a highly collaborative project that used cybertaxonomy to prepare an updated Flora of Brazil, showing the power of scientific collaboration to reach ambitious goals. This paper presents an overview of the Brazilian Flora 2020 and provides taxonomic and spatial updates on the algae, fungi, and plants found in one of the world's most biodiverse countries. We further identify collection gaps and summarize future goals that extend beyond 2020. Our results show that Brazil is home to 46,975 native species of algae, fungi, and plants, of which 19,669 are endemic to the country. The data compiled to date suggests that the Atlantic Rainforest might be the most diverse Brazilian domain for all plant groups except gymnosperms, which are most diverse in the Amazon. However, scientific knowledge of Brazilian diversity is still unequally distributed, with the Atlantic Rainforest and the Cerrado being the most intensively sampled and studied biomes in the country. In times of ‚Äúscientific reductionism‚ÄĚ, with botanical and mycological sciences suffering pervasive depreciation in recent decades, the first online Flora of Brazil 2020 significantly enhanced the quality and quantity of taxonomic data available for algae, fungi, and plants from Brazil. This project also made all the information freely available online, providing a firm foundation for future research and for the management, conservation, and sustainable use of the Brazilian funga and flora

    Evaluation of a quality improvement intervention to reduce anastomotic leak following right colectomy (EAGLE): pragmatic, batched stepped-wedge, cluster-randomized trial in 64 countries