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First aid in nursery school
Kašová, Michaela ; Malá, Michaela (advisor) ; Majorová, Simona (referee)
Title: First aid in preschool Objectives: The aim of this bachelor thesis was to find out the level of first aid knowledge of kindergarten teachers. Furthermore, it was compared how much their knowledge would improve if they passed the first aid course. Methods: The method used in the thesis was an anonymous inquiry. The survey was consisted of two parts, the survey section, which had 12 questions and the test part, which had 20 questions. The research sample was consisted of 23 respondents at an average age of 37 years. The survey was conducted in cooperation with kindergarten in Vodňany. The obtained data was displayed in graphs. Results: Based on the survey, it was found that teachers in preschool have experience with first aid in kindergarten. They encounter most often the minor abrasions, head injuries and abdominal pain. They made the least mistakes in answering questions about accidental and life-threatening conditions. After completing the course and first aid training, their mistakes in responses were reduced by an average of 2 errors per teacher. Keywords: preschool age, teacher, traumatic, accidental and life-threatening conditions, injury statistics
Effect of therapeutic physical program of patients with 2nd type diabetes mellitus
Babková, Karolína ; Vařeková, Jitka (advisor) ; Malá, Michaela (referee)
Title: Effect of therapeutic physical program in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus Objectives: The aim of my work was to examine the effect of 12 weeks therapeutic physical program on distribution of plantar pressure, muscle strength in plantar flexion, ankle range of motion and physical abilitity by patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus and diabetic foot syndrome. Methods: It was a quantitative research, randomized controlled trials. It was chosen 10 patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus and with diabetic foot syndrome. The patients were devided into 2 groups. In each group were four males and one female, aged from 54 to 73 years old. The first group included exercise patients and the second group nonexercise patients. The intervention took place 5 - 7 times a week and contained two types of training units. The first had 11 exercises, the second self mobilization of leg joint and walking. Basic anthropometric figures - height, weight, girth of waist and hipline (tailoring meter,weighing machine), ankle range of motion (goniometer), muscle strenght in plantar flexion (dynamometer), pressure distribution in stand (MobileMat), physical ability (Senior Fitness Test) were measured and compared in two groups after 12 weeks. The results were evaluated statistically in tables. Results: The...
Personal assistence in the study program of Adapted physical activity
Tréšková, Běla ; Vařeková, Jitka (advisor) ; Malá, Michaela (referee)
Title: Personal assistence in the study program of Adapted physical activity. Objective: The object of this bechelor thesis is teaching of foundations of personal assitence in other specialized subjects at Faculty of Physical Education and Sport in study programe Sport/physical activity and program of Adapted physical activity. The aim of this thesis is find out the current level, searching for possibilities to improve it and reaction of participant of workshop. Methods: The qualitative research include structure of education program and its evaluation. Used data were collected by a self-opinion survey and half-structured interview. The quantitative research include the main topic of this thesis in diferent correlations. In the research part of the thesis are theoretical basis in correlation betwen personal assistence and study of Adapted physical activity. In the research part of this work 34 students of Adapted physical activity (1-4 semester) attend education program of personal assistence and thereafter answer the survey. This survey include opinion and self-experiences about personal assistence and this education program. The group form of testing include 3 men in age of 22-23 years old. Results: The results of survey show beneficial effect with workshop, interest in licence course and...
Vampire in literature in the 19th and early 20th century: The proces of a literary type constitution
Malá, Michaela ; Bílek, Petr (advisor) ; Činátlová, Blanka (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the representation of a vampire in 19th century literature, especially from a narratological point of view. Primary literature consist mostly of an European prose texts. The core part studies character of a vampire in texts and his function in particular stories. It is an overview, which with a help of comparative method maps the vampire theme within the Euroepan literature of the defined period. The thesis contains a culturally-anthropological outline which serves as an introduction to the given issue and as a basis for comparison of the same features between the folk vampire and the literary vampire. Essential method for my work is the classification of fantasy modes designed by Nancy H. Traill.
Acute Complications of Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus
Pošustová, Kristýna ; Malá, Michaela (advisor) ; Vilikus, Zdeněk (referee)
Title: Acute Complications of Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus Objectives: The main aim of my thesis was to gather information from a group of young diabetics, suffering from type 1 Diabetes mellitus, about acute complications they have suffered. In the research I inquired about occurrence, frequency, the most common causes, symptoms and first aid during the state of the acute complications. Methods: The research method of gathering information was an anonymous questionnaire comprising of 25 closed questions divided into 3 thematic areas. The target group was made up of 40 respondents, at the age between 10 and 26 years, from whom 32 were children and 8 were adults. The questionnaire was distributed in cooperation with The Civil Association of Parents of Children Suffering from Diabetes and Celiac Disease (Diacel) based in Pisek. The collected data are presented using tables and graphs. Results: Based on the collected data I found out that the most common acute complication among the respondents is hypoglycaemia. More than half of the respondents experienced a severe attack of hypoglycaemia at least once in their life. Furthemore, it was found that the respondents not always had a source of sugar on them to stop the progression of hypoglycaemia. None of the cases of hyperglycaemia was so severe that an...
Assessment of the "New speaking" method in the treatment of stuttering
Vlasáková, Jana ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Malá, Michaela (referee)
Name: Assessment of the "New speaking" method in the treatment of stuttering Objectives: Stuttering is a serious speech disorder where the consequences can significantly handicap individuals. Except the common logopedic care, there are also different alternative methods, including group therapy with the name "New speaking". The purpose of this bachelor thesis is to evaluate the effect of this method from the perspective of two graduates. Methods: The main used method was exploratory (interview). Two subjects (female - 26 years old and male - 19 years old) participated in the case study. The interview consisted of fourteen questions. Results: Based on the analysis of the interviews it is possible to state that the "New Speech" method is working when the rules are followed. Absolvents perceive a subjectively significant improvement of speech with social and psychological consequences. Improvement in the social area can be supported by the fact that subjects are able to speak under all conditions and also that they perceive increase of job possibilities. The psychological improvement was less visible. It is suggested to work on their self-confidence and hardiness. Key words: speech disorder, stuttering, group therapy
The transformation of lifestyle of Czech youth over 1989
Malá, Michaela ; Šafr, Jiří (advisor) ; Vávra, Martin (referee)
In my diploma thesis The transformation of lifestyle of Czech youth over 1989 I focus on the transformations of the Czech youth after 1989 in terms of their lifestyle. The concept of lifestyle that I work with incorporates primarily the subject of free time spending and of this youth's values. Ever since the birth of the liberal Czech society, we have been witnessing the progressing process of globalization and development in the field of technologies and internet which are influencing the ways how the leisure time is being spent and how the lifestyles are being shaped. The main goals of this work are (1) to examine the transformation of the frequency of activities those are in this work defining the concept of lifestyle among Czech youth after 1989, (2) to determine whether the structure and content of leisure activities have changed, and (3) to ascertain which determinants were influencing free-time tendencies of the Czech youth. In order to meet the above-mentioned goals I applied comparative secondary data analysis based on the research called Transformation of Social Structure 1991 and on international research on pupils PISA-L 2003. Keywords Sociology of Youth, Lifestyle, Leisure, Values, Czech Youth, Adolescent, Generation
First aid provided by persons after spine and spinal cord injury
Zachoval, Jakub ; Malá, Michaela (advisor) ; Majorová, Simona (referee)
Name: First aid provided by persons after spine and spinal cord injury The aim of the work: The aim of my bachelor thesis is to find out the practical possibilities of first aid in people after spine and spinal cord injury. Next task was to find out if the people tied to a wheelchair are able to provide first aid with sufficient quality. Methodology of the work: I have used three methods of data collection. The first method to identify personal history and basic theoretical knowledge in monitored group was an survey inquiry. The second method was an uncontrolled conversation to which I found additional information. The third method of data collection was observation, where I followed the practical possibilities, procedures and first aid technique in solving selected life threatening situations in individuals. Results of the work: Based on observations, I have found that all probands are able to evaluate the state of consciousness, to pass through the airways, and are able to provide first aid for strangulation by a foreign object and stopping breathing of the child within 1 year. I also found that probes with lesion height to Th7 are able to place the adult patient in a stabilized position and, if necessary, to initiate the resuscitation of an individual who is unconscious and does not breathe...
Charting of rehabilitation services for clients with multiple sclerosis in the Czech Republic
Čáslavka, Vít ; Malá, Michaela (advisor) ; Kamarýtová, Jitka (referee)
Objectives: The aim of the bachelor thesis was to chart the rehabilitation services and evaluate the satisfaction of clients with multiple sclerosis. Methods: A questionaire designed by me was the basic method of collecting data into my research. This is qualitative and quantitative research. 48 of respondents were directly addressed and 35 indirectly. 52 from 82 of respondents filled out the questionaire. 29 of questionaires were useful for the purpose of my research. The data from my survey were transferred into the charts. Results: Data obtained from the completed questionaires showed that clients are satisfied with almost 80% of these rehabilitation services. They evaluated all these services very similarly. Keywords: multiple sclerosis, satisfaction with services, rehabilitation facilities, care.
Úroveň znalostí první pomoci u pilotů paraglidu v ČR a porovnání vzdělávání v této oblasti s vybranými zahraničními státy
Studená, Barbora ; Prokešová, Eva (advisor) ; Malá, Michaela (referee)
Title of the Bachelor Thesis: Level of first aid knowledge of paragliding pilots in the Czech Republic and comparison of education in this area with selected foreign countries The Aim of the Thesis: The goal of the study was to research theoretical knowledge of Czech paragliding pilots in fist aid and comparing their education in this field to chosen foreign countries. Another goal was to find out the amount of accidents and types of injuries in motorless paragliding in the years 2012 - 2016 where first aid would have been helpful. Method: We acquired our data from Jan Hájek, the main inspector of PG. We transfered them from written form into digital form and processed with Microsoft Excel and Word. For comparation, we gathered info on whether the pilots are educated in first aid of paragliding courses, an electronic questionare was made and distributed into 13 different countries. The answers to 3 questions were processed by the software already mentioned. The answers were given by 103 respondents, 85 men and 18 women. The acquired data were imported into STATA software, which produced basic statistical inforomation. Results and Discussion: We found out, that in between years 2012 and 2016, there were 64 paragliding accidents, from those 3 were fatal. Even though the amount of active paragliders...

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