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Development of Motor Skills and Perceptual Abilities of Children with Developmental
Novotná, Kateřina ; Kotvová, Miroslava (advisor) ; Komorná, Marie (referee)
This bachelor's thesis is focused on the development of motor skills and perceptual abilities of children with the developmental dysphasia. The theoretical part briefly specifies the terms communication and the impairment of communication ability. It offers a detailed description of the developmental dysphasia issue, of its etiology and symptomatology. It describes the types of the developmental dysphasia, diagnostic and therapy. Furthermore, the theoretical part briefly describes motor skills and perceptual abilities. The practical part is approached to as a case study of a boy with the developmental dysphasia. Research is qualitative with the use of observation, semi-structured interview with the mother and the analysis of medical reports. The aim of this thesis is to verify the set of exercises which was put together by the author and to ascertain whether these exercises are beneficial for children with the developmental dysphasia. KEYWORDS Developmental Dysphasia, Perceptional Abilities, Motor Skills, Communication, Occurence of Communication Disabilities
Thematic atlas of the Seventh-day Adventist Church
Valchářová, Daniela ; Lysák, Jakub (advisor) ; Novotná, Kateřina (referee)
The main aim of the thesis is to create a thematic atlas of the Seventh-day Adventist Church to describe essential information about the Church through maps which are accompanied by texts, pictures and graphs. Partial goals are to obtain suitable spatial data related to the Seventh-day Adventist Church and to use thematic cartography methods which finally formed related maps. The theoretical part of the thesis is focused on the presentation of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the summary of literature dealing with thematic cartography. These findings are put into practice in the practical part and the output of the thesis is the thematic Atlas of the Seventh-day Adventist Church created in ArcMap and InDesign softwares. Keywords: thematic atlas, cartography, religion, Seventh-day Adventist Church, ArcGIS
Outpatient delivery from the point of view of a midwife and child nurse
NOVOTNÁ, Kristýna
This thesis deals with outpatient childbirth, and the opinions of midwives, pediatric nurses and women on this topic. The first goal was to find out the opinions of midwives and pediatric nurses on outpatient birth and the second goal was to find out the reasons that women choose for outpatient delivery. This work is divided into two sections, the theoretical and the practical part. The theoretical part describes the competencies of midwives and pediatric nurses, the process of childbirth from admission to the delivery room, ultimately to the fourth stage of labor. Furthermore we describe the first treatment of the newborn, room-in neonatal care, examination of the newborn by a doctor and neonatal screenings. Furthermore, the theoretical work focuses on outpatient childbirth itself, following the law, and addressing outpatient childbirth complications from the perspective of both the mother and the newborn. The practical section consists of the methodology, results and discussion. The method of data collection was a semi-structured interview, whereby the research included midwives, pediatric nurses, and motherswho experienced an outpatient delivery. Interviews took place in March 2019. If the informant agreed, the interview was recorded, but in case of disagreement, spoken responses were recorded on paper. To maintain anonymity, the informants were designated as DS, PA, and Ž. Based on the obtained data categories and subcategories were created. Two categories were created for midwives and pediatric nurses (Outpatient Childbirth, Care during Outpatient Childbirth), which were subsequently developed into subcategories. Women after outpatient delivery had data divided into four categories (Previous births, Outpatient delivery, Postpartum care, Reactions of neighbors). Two goals were set for this bachelor thesis, on the basis of which three research questions were created. The first question dealt with the view of midwives on outpatient birth. Research has shown that none of the midwives took a negative attitude and are certainly not trying to change women's decisions about having an outpatient delivery. In this case, they are glad that women did not choose to give birth at home, this way the woman is under trained supervision in case of unexpected complications. The second research question examined the opinion of pediatric nurses on outpatient delivery. The research showed that more than half of nurses do not take a negative attitude towards this decision, and only one pediatric nurse doesn't recommend outpatient delivery even in a case of physiological pregnancy. Pediatric nurses educate women about the care of the newborn, necessary post-partum examinations, and where to go and what to do in case any complications occur. The third research question deals with the reasons for women to decide for outpatient delivery. Research has shown that women are most often led to this decision for the need of a more peaceful and their domestic environment, or negative prior experience that involved lack of communication or lack of sufficient information. The women also suffered from frequent staff interference, loss of privacy and the alienating regime of the delivery room, and therefore opted for outpatient delivery. The research showed that the majority of medical staff do not show a negative attitude towards outpatient births and try to reach a certain compromise related to hospitalization and dismissal. It also showed that the interest in outpatient births is risingslightly.
Detection of microplastics in water sources and drinking water at the water treatment plants Káraný, Želivka and Podolí
Pivokonský, Martin ; Pivokonská, Lenka ; Čermáková, Lenka ; Novotná, Kateřina
At the request of the company Pražské vodovody a kanalizace, a. s. samples of raw and treated water from three sources serving the Prague agglomeration with drinking water were analyzed. The subject of the analysis was the determination of the amount and composition of microplastic particles.
Dehalogenázy - výskyt, mechanismus účinku, substrátová specifita a aplikační možnosti
NOVOTNÁ, Kristina
This bachelor thesis deals with dehalogenases, enzymes occurring in many microorganisms and plants, capable to degrade halogenated organic compounds - both naturally occurring and manmade. The thesis provides a survey of dehalogenation reactions mechanisms and the categorisation of the dehalogenases enzymes. It also gives several examples of possible applications of these enzymes in remediation processes for locations polluted with halogenated compounds.
Possibilities of innovation in selected cultural object
NOVOTNÁ, Kristýna
The first part of the thesis is focused on the description of the specifics of business in culture, the division of types of innovation and the possibilities of financing cultural activities. In the second part of the thesis, the cultural object Kino Ševětín, its history, marketing communication, potential customers are introduced. Furthermore, there is described the situational analysis, which results in technical, strategic and product innovation. Subsequently, the possibilities of financing these innovations are described.
Microplastics in Drinking Water
Čermáková, Lenka ; Novotná, Kateřina ; Peer, Petra ; Janda, V. ; Pivokonský, Martin
The research was focused on microplastics occurring in water sources and in drinking water. Recently, the topic of microplastics in water is very up to date. However, most of the studies are focused on quantification of microplastics in sea water, sediments or surface waters, which are not a source of raw water for drinking water treatment, and at the same time the most of studies deal with the analysis of particles in the size range of 0.3 - 5 mm. The subject of the present study was to quantify microplastics from 0.2 μm in raw and treated water from three unnamed water treatment plants in the Czech Republic and to determine their size distribution, shape and material composition. It has been found that the number of microplastics ranged from 1414-7006 L-1 particles in raw water and 305-921 L-1 particles in treated water. Microplastics smaller than 10 μm were the most plentiful in both raw and treated water samples. Fragments clearly prevailed at two of the water treatment plants and fibres together with fragments predominated at one case.
Detection of microplastics in water sources and drinking water on the Káraný water treatment plant
Pivokonský, Martin ; Čermáková, Lenka ; Novotná, Kateřina
At the Káraný water treatment plant there were made water sampling for the detection of microplastic particles. Individual water samples were taken from various sources intended for drinking water production and also at different stages of the treatment process.
Synthesis of prodrugs of glutamine antimetabolite 6-diazo-5-oxo-L-norleucine
Novotná, Kateřina ; Majer, Pavel (advisor) ; Machara, Aleš (referee)
The 6-diazo-5-oxo-L-norleucine (DON) is a glutamine antimetabolite, which has shown promissing antitumor activity in preclinical and several clinical studies. However, its high toxicity leading to gastrointestinal side effects prevented its further development. The aim of this Bachelor thesis was to prepare DON prodrugs with similar anticancer activity but less side effects. Biochemical and biological tests of synthesized prodrugs were performed at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore (USA). Key words: 6-diazo-5-oxo-L-norleucine (DON), prodrugs, antimetabolite, ProTide

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