Volume 5 Issue 2
Intensive Care Unit Scoring Automation System and It’s Application
Uğurhan Kutbay PhD., Göktuğ Dulkan, Güler Merve Demir, Etem Köklükaya Prof. Dr., Yücel Balbay Assoc. Prof. Dr., , Fırat Hardalaç* Assoc. Prof. Dr.
In the last thirty years, numerous scoring system has been developed and widely used in intensive care practice. Scoring system for a single patient or group for the prognosis prediction, which evaluates the performance of the intensive care unit and this system is recommended for clinical trials by doctors. Scoring systems have also been created for often used to determine the seriousness of the general adult diseases.
Effects of Light and Oxygen on the Enlargement of Spheroplasts of the Facultative Anaerobic Anoxygenic Photosynthetic Bacterium Rhodospirillum Rubrum
Mai Nakazawa, Hiromi Nishida*
Rhodospirillum rubrum spheroplasts were enlarged under anaerobic dark conditions. In addition, they were under anaerobic continuous light conditions. These results suggest that they may be able to grow using energy generated from fermentation and anaerobic respiration. Thus, growth of R. rubrum spheroplasts differs from that of Erythrobacter litoralis spheroplasts under anaerobic conditions.