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Tematske delavnice 2020: 3. regijska razstava
2021, exhibition

Published: 07.04.2023; Views: 127; Downloads: 0
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Izbruh življenja: skupinska umetniška razstava: akvareli, pasteli, grafike in umetniške fotografije
2019, exhibition

Published: 07.04.2023; Views: 108; Downloads: 0
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Poletje z napako: fotografska razstava
2020, exhibition

Published: 07.04.2023; Views: 101; Downloads: 0
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Doc. dr. Drago Papler: Vselej gre za energijo!
2020, interview

Keywords: električna energija, energetska vizija, intervjuji
Published: 07.04.2023; Views: 123; Downloads: 9
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Dr. Drago Papler - Sopotja
Marica Škorjanec, 2020, review, book review, critique

Keywords: pesniška zbirka, poezije, recenzije
Published: 07.04.2023; Views: 117; Downloads: 10
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Analysis of exhaled breath to identify critically ill patients with ventilator-associated pneumonia
R. Goodacre, S.A. Roberts, R. McMullan, I. Welters, B. Morton, J. Bannard-Smith, C. Docherty, N.J.W. Rattray, I.R. White, P. Van Oort, W. Ahmed, T.W. Felton, P.M. Dark, S.J. Fowler, 2023, original scientific article

Abstract: Ventilator-associated pneumonia commonly occurs in critically ill patients. Clinical suspicion results in overuse of antibiotics, which in turn promotes antimicrobial resistance. Detection of volatile organic compounds in the exhaled breath of critically ill patients might allow earlier detection of pneumonia and avoid unnecessary antibiotic prescription. We report a proof of concept study for non-invasive diagnosis of ventilator-associated pneumonia in intensive care (the BRAVo study). Mechanically ventilated critically ill patients commenced on antibiotics for clinical suspicion of ventilator-associated pneumonia were recruited within the first 24 h of treatment. Paired exhaled breath and respiratory tract samples were collected. Exhaled breath was captured on sorbent tubes and then analysed using thermal desorption gas chromatography–mass spectrometry to detect volatile organic compounds. Microbiological culture of a pathogenic bacteria in respiratory tract samples provided confirmation of ventilator-associated pneumonia. Univariable and multivariable analyses of volatile organic compounds were performed to identify potential biomarkers for a ‘rule-out’ test. Ninety-six participants were enrolled in the trial, with exhaled breath available from 92. Of all compounds tested, the four highest performing candidate biomarkers were benzene, cyclohexanone, pentanol and undecanal with area under the receiver operating characteristic curve ranging from 0.67 to 0.77 and negative predictive values from 85% to 88%. Identified volatile organic compounds in the exhaled breath of mechanically ventilated critically ill patients show promise as a useful non-invasive ‘rule-out’ test for ventilator-associated pneumonia.
Keywords: breath, diagnosis, ventilator-associated pneumonia
Published: 05.04.2023; Views: 132; Downloads: 7
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Time-of-flight photoconductivity investigation of high charge carrier mobility in Ti3C2Tx MXenes thin-film
Egon Pavlica, Gvido Bratina, Andraž Mavrič, Vadym Tkachuk, Nadiia Pastukhova, Manisha Chhikara, Erika Tomsič, Jurij Urbančič, 2023, original scientific article

Abstract: Charge transport through a randomly oriented multilayered network of two-dimensional (2D) Ti3C2Tx (where Tx is the surface termination and corresponds to O, OH and F) was studied using time-of-flight photoconductivity (TOFP) method, which is highly sensitive to the distribution of charge carrier velocities. We prepared samples comprising Ti3C2Tx with thickness of 12 nm or 6-monolayers. MXene flakes of size up to 16 μm were randomly deposited on the surface by spin-coating from water solution. Using TOFP, we have measured electron mobility that reached values up to 279 cm2/Vs and increase with electric-field in a Poole-Frenkel manner. These values are approximately 50 times higher than previously reported field-effect mobility. Interestingly, our zero-electric-field extrapolate approaches electron mobility measured using terahertz absorption method, which represents intra-flake transport. Our data suggest that macroscopic charge transport is governed by two distinct mechanisms. The high mobility values are characteristic for the intra-flake charge transport via the manifold of delocalized states. On the other hand, the observed Poole-Frenkel dependence of charge carrier mobility on the electric field is typical for the disordered materials and suggest the existence of an important contribution of inter-flake hopping to the overall charge transport.
Keywords: Charge transport in multilayered network of flakes, Time-of-flight photoconductivity, MXene exfoliation, High-mobility solution-cast thin-film, Semiconducting mxene
Published: 31.03.2023; Views: 195; Downloads: 0
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Votla Zemlja in druge zgodbe
Andreja Gomboc, 2023, polemic, discussion, commentary

Keywords: vesolje, teorije zarote, Nasa
Published: 30.03.2023; Views: 208; Downloads: 0
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Kaj je literarna zmožnost in kako jo preverjamo z maturitetnim esejem
Ivana Zajc, 2023, scientific monograph

Keywords: kompetence, didaktika, gimnazije, Evropski literarni okvir
Published: 30.03.2023; Views: 207; Downloads: 0
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