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Attitude of mothers to compulsory vaccination in children
Červinková, Pavla ; Rathouská, Jana (advisor) ; Konečná, Klára (referee)
Bc. Pavla Červinková Attitude of mothers to compulsory vaccination in children Charles University, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové Specialist in laboratory methods The most effective prevention of serious infectious diseases is vaccination. In the Czech Republic, there is a compulsory vaccination against nine diseases, which have not been eradicated in the world yet. The topic of compulsory vaccination is currently a very topical and discussed issue. Objectives: Theoretical overview of the issue of compulsory vaccination in children, individual diseases, the possible risks of vaccination and available vaccines. The aim of the questionnaire study is to determine the percentage of mothers with a negative attitude to this issue and their reasons for their attitude. Methods: Questionnaire study within the Czech Republic. The questionnaire was intended for women - mothers of different age categories. Results: In the general public, there is a wide range of views on this issue. Most of mothers have a positive attitude towards compulsory vaccination. A significant part of mothers point to a bad legislation in the Czech Republic. They particularly criticize the vaccination scheme and the obligation of using combined vaccines, in which mothers often observe side effects. Conclusion: The questionnaire...
Diagnostics of malaria
Červinková, Pavla ; Paterová, Pavla (advisor) ; Voxová, Barbora (referee)
Pavla Červinková Diagnostics of malaria Bachelor thesis Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové Medical Laboratory Technician This work is a literary review in the field of malaria disease, which is caused by a protozoan of the genus Plasmodium. The first part describes malaria from the perspective of history, agents, the way of transmission and development cycle of agents. In the first half of the work are also included groups of people who are more or less susceptible to the malaria infection. In the second part of the work are summerized current trends of diagnostics in the Czech republic and in the malaria regions, worldwide distribution including the Czech republic and current possibilities of antimalarial prevention, treatment and resistence to antimalarial drugs. In conclusion are summarized the most important findings of the above sub-themes, which I completed in a discussion about my opinions. Keywords: diagnostics, malaria

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