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Cardiovascular disease risk factors based on a longitudinal study SHARE
Zajíčková, Michaela ; Dzúrová, Dagmar (advisor) ; Žejglicová, Kristýna (referee)
Despite decreasing cardiovascular disease mortality rates, these diseases are still the most common cause of death in a number of economically advanced countries, including the Czech Republic. This thesis deals with prevalence of myocardial infarction (the most common forms of ischemic heart disease) and selected risk factors of this disease, using the database of the international project SHARE (The Survey of Health, Aging and Retirement in Europe). The first part describes the development of mortality on circulatory system diseases and the risk factors of myocardial infarction are discussed in the context of the literature. The empirical part of this work analyzes the infarction prevalence and the relationship between infarction prevalence and risk factors in SHARE respondents, both in the group of respondents from European countries and in the subset of respondents from the Czech Republic, using the binary logistic regression method. The analysis showed, among other things, that the main risk factor for myocardial infarction of SHARE respondents was low physical activity among respondents in European countries, so did male respondents in the Czech Republic. In the group of Czech women, the main risk factor was underweight. Out of the social determinants, the impact of education attained in both...
The comparison of occupational diseases incidence in the Czech Republic. Changes and trend for the future
Zajíčková, Michaela ; Kavka, Aleš (advisor)
This work deals with the reporting and compensation of occupational diseases in the Czech Republic and the question whether the paramedics are significantly more vulnerable to the risks arising from their work. System of assessment and recognition of occupational diseases in the Czech Republic is enshrined in legislation - see the beginning of this thesis. In the Czech Republic registers of occupational diseases exist, which are updated every year, and it is possible to monitor the development of Occupational diseases. Occupational diseases in the Czech Republic have a decreasing trend. The early detection of diseases has been improving with the help of advanced technologies. Economical changes also play the main role in reducing of occupational diseases. Heavy industry is subdued, the mines and mills closed and people working there moved into other sectors. In general, occupational diseases in health system have a decreasing trend. The number of reported infectious diseases, paediatric infectious diseases, reported TB rates are consistently low. Intestinal infections are reported sporadically. Skin diseases are rising slightly. Diseases of the respiratory system have clearly decreasing trend, and vice versa diseases caused by physical factors rise. The incidence of scabies is still alarming due to the low...

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