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Doctor protection vs. pacient protection
Svobodová, Dominika ; Salač, Josef (advisor) ; Šustek, Petr (referee)
Doctor protection vs. patient protection. This diploma thesis deals with the medical law, namely the protection of physicians and the protection of patients, and their mutual comparison as entities standing more or less against each other. The main objective of the thesis was to analyse the protection of both sides; the practical example provides describes a controversial situation which may happen in reality, also gives better understanding of the issue for readers. The aim was to capture the complex and also very extensive legal regulation of the topic, focusing on the touchpoints between the medical and civic laws. In view of the wide range of the topic in question, I consider specifically some sections of the thesis as the most important. At the beginning, the thesis provides a specification of the elementary legislation regulating the medical law. This is not a comprehensive list of resources, due to the enormous extent of the legislation regulating the medical law. Individual chapters describe the topics of informed consent and the protection of personal data, the provision of healthcare without the patient's consent and the special arrangement concerning the consent of underage patients, the relationship between the physician and the patient, the confidentiality duty, previously expressed...
Enzyme hydrolyses of wheat gluten for the gluten free application
Svobodová, Dominika ; Vránová, Dana (referee) ; Ing.Silvia Mošovská,Ph.D. (advisor)
Celiac disease is attributable to autoimmune diseases, where treatment is based on absolute respect for gluten-free diet. As the gluten used widely in all areas of food production, strict adherence to a gluten-free diet really can be difficult for people with celiac disease. Products suitable also for those suffering from the disease are usually expensive. Finally, patients that undergo exclusively on a gluten-free diet are robbing the important nutritional components. Therefore, interest in this type of products innovation enhance as to the nutritional, technological, as well as organoleptic properties. The aim of this final thesis was to draw up literature review of the celiac disease and gluten allergen, or his particular part of gliadin. In the experimental part, attention was focused on the first hydrolytic cleavage of starch, the substrate was sterilized wheat flour and water, where is incorporated spiral just gluten. The best ability of degrading the starch grains, the combination of enzymes and MT3K and GLUAMK concentration of 0, 1% over 4 hours of action, as indicated by a reduction in the starch content of the original amount of 72,65 % at a concentration of 29,00 %. The next item of work distribution used different proteases, to reduce the amount of gliadin to below 20 ppm per kilogram of final product. Low levels investigated allergen (10,79 ppm/kg) recorded by the enzyme combination exoprotease Flavourzyme (0,1 %) and endoprotease Neutral Protease (0,1 %) at 7 hours hydrolytic action. The conclusion of the thesis was prepared several alternatives gluten-free breads and through sensory evaluation assessed the characteristics of color, aroma and taste to predict the location of the products on the commercial market.

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