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Release, Adhesive and Rheological Properties of Branched Oligoesters Plasticized with Dipentaerythritol
Doležalová, Kateřina ; Šnejdrová, Eva (advisor) ; Dittrich, Milan (referee)
Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové Department of Pharmaceutical technology Candidate Mgr. Kateřina Doležalová Consultant PharmDr. Eva Šnejdrová, Ph.D. Title of Thesis Release, adhesive and rheological properties of branched oligoesters plasticized with dipentaerythritol The aim of this rigorous thesis was the study of acyclovir and fluconazole release from oligoesters of lactic and glycolic acids, branched usig dipentaerythritol, and their adhesive and rheological characteristics. The theoretical part describes polyesters used in pharmacy and medicine, polylactic acid and plasticizers used in biomedical application. Dynamic viscozity were measured by Brookfield digital viscometer model DV-E. Adhezive properties were measured using material testing machine Zwick/Roel T1-FR050TH.A1K. The maximum force, required to detach the polymer carrier from substrate, was measured for studying this material. Adhezivity of oligoesters plasticized with etylpyruvate was 59,17-84,94 mN/mm2. Liberation was tested at 37řC to the phosphate-citrate medium, concentration of drug in medium was measured by spectrophotometer. There was a decrease of drug liberation from branched oligoesters with increased molar weight. Carrier branched by dipenthaerythritol in concentration of 3 % shown the...
Dipentaerythritol branched oligoesters as adhesive carriers of drugs
Doležalová, Kateřina ; Šnejdrová, Eva (advisor) ; Dittrich, Milan (referee)
The aim of this work was to study disolution and adhesive characteristics of branched lactic and glycolic acid oligoesters. The theoretical part describes biomaterials and bioadhezion. Dipenthaerythritol branched oligoester carriers were plastified 20% triethylcitrate. Adhezive properties were measured by material testing machine Zwick/Roel T1-FR050TH.A1K. The maximum force (Fmax), required to detach the polymer carrier from substrate, was measured for studying this material. Solution of mucin was used as a substate for adhesion. All studied oligoesters had sufficient adhesive properties. There was not any significant influence of incorporated drug. Acyclovir and fluconazole release from plastified carriers was tested. Liberation was tested at 37řC to the phosphate-citrate medium. Concentration of drug in medium was measured by spectrophotometer. There was an increase of drug liberation caused by decreasing of molar weight Mw. Oligoester 3D shown advantageous properties, it liberated acyclovir for 21 days with zeroth order kinetics
Courtly dance in Italy's early Renaissance period
Doležalová, Kateřina ; Czumalo, Vladimír (advisor) ; Matějů, Martin (referee)
The thesis is focused on courtly dancing in Italy in the early modem period. The work endeavours to survey its role in the fifteenth-century society, where it occured for the first time at the no ble courts. The general layout of the thesis is based on the assumption that dancing was one ofthe essential attributes ofthe nascent courtly society ofthe renaissance. The work consists of two parts: the first part examines the roots that were the foundation ofthe progression ofthe fifteenth-century society towards full-blown renaissance culture. There were two basic kinds of influence: one was the ancient Greek and Roman cultures, where dance was seen as a common part of life. The other was the Bible and its medieval Christian interpretations, which in its extreme aspects considered dancing to be one of the capital sins. Before integrating these antitheses, there was an acute conflict in society, which is clearly demonstrated by the attitude towards dancing in the period in question. The second part of the thesis addresses different roles of dancing in the fifteenth-century society and its ambition as an instrument of official demonstration of political power, noble entertainment and theatrelike spectacle. The reconstruction of life, works and dance theories of the first dancing masters show which functions it...
Stimulation of strength skills through intervention gymnastics program for people with spinal cord impairment
Belicová, Eliška ; Doležalová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Novotná, Viléma (referee)
Title: Stimulation of strength skills through intervation gymnastic program for people with spinal cord impairment Objectives: The target of the work is to determine the degree of effectiveness of the newly created gymnastic program mediated to probands online, to the level of strength of the upper body and upper limbs of people with spinal cord injury. Methods: The research will be conducted in the form of a quasi-experiment with pre- testing and post-testing measuring. Used data collection methods included field testing, timed 100m dash in a wheelchair and 2kg weight throw and a questionaire. Analysis of found data has been done via descriptive statistics. Results: Results of post-testing showed that upon completion of a six-week interventional program, individuals with spinal cord impairment increased their strength levels in field tests. In the first field test, there was a slight percentage improvement of 5.9%. In the second field test, there was an overall mean percentage improvement of 10.9%. On average, probands improved by 8.4%, a slight to moderate improvement. The questionaires also showed that the trainees enjoyed the provided program. Keywords: Adapted physical activity, condition, exercising, field test, gymnastics, paraplegia, wheelchair
Development of flexibility and subsequent compensation at various performance levels in rhytmic gymnastics in the Czech Republic
Stehlíková, Tereza ; Fričová, Marie (advisor) ; Doležalová, Kateřina (referee)
Title: Development of flexibility and subsequent compensation at various performance levels in rhythmic gymnastics in the Czech Republic Objectives: The aim of the thesis is to find out how exercises for the development of flexibility are performed. The other aim is to find out how the girls are led to correct warm-up and compensation during the training and at home. Interviews with trainers of various levels of rhythmic gymnastics were used to gather information. Furthermore, the thesis compares training routines for the flexibility development between different levels of rhythmic gymnastics programs. Methods: Information was obtained from interviews with trainers of rhythmic gymnastics in the Czech Republic. These were then analyzed. Some questions were evaluated using statistical methods of quantitative research. Results: Three out of five hypotheses were confirmed, remaining two were not confirmed. The biggest differences were found between the free program and the other two programs. The main difference concerned the length of the training units and other different answers arose from this. All or most of the trainers agreed on some issues regardless of the level at which they work. Keywords: Flexibility, Development, Compensation, Rhythmic gymnastics, Programs of RG, Imbalance,
Verification of the effect of a sport's program on the development of motor skills of children with specific needs
Votroubková, Veronika ; Doležalová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Fričová, Marie (referee)
Title: Effect verification of interventional movement program on the motor skill development of children with specific needs. Objectives: The main goal of this thesis is to assess the level of physical skills of older school aged children based on the pretest using the MABC-2 test battery. Based on the analysis of pretest results, establish a movement interventional program and use a standardized questionnaire submitted to specialists to determine the effectiveness of the motor stimulation program for children with specific needs and improve the results of a potential post-test. Methods: The template for creating the movement program was collected data using the MABC-2 test battery obtained in six probands aged 11 to 13 years with specific needs. Originally, the practical part of my thesis was to deal with quasiexperiment, which was supposed to obtain data before and after the implementation of an interventional program which includes the movement program presented here. However, control measurements were not allowed due to government regulations due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Method of the pretest analysis of motor skills through the MABC-2 test battery and the method of the standardized questionnaire were used for the purpose of this thesis. Through this questionnaire, specialized experts...
Interventional program of aerobics for people with Down syndrome
Valtová, Nela ; Doležalová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Černá, Jana (referee)
Title: Aerobics intervention motoric program for individuals with Down syndrome. Objectives: The aim of the bachelor's thesis is to create and verify an aerobics intervention program based on an analysis of theoretical background and an interview with specialists in the sphere of sports and education of people with DS. Methods: The work is focused on the creation and implementation of an aerobics intervention program for people with Down syndrome (DS) based on an analysis of theoretical background and an interview with specialists. The planned methods of data collection that were used are a semi-structured interview, analysis of theoretical background, induction, description of knowledge and own creative work during creating the program. Results: The research shows that people with Down syndrome enjoy sports. Despite the advances brought by modern times, the offer of physical activities for people with Down syndrome seems to be poor. Due to the health complications that Down syndrome brings with it, aerobic activities for individuals with the mentioned diagnosis seem to be suitable and developmental for their physical and mental side. Individuals with Down syndrome have a warm relationship with music, which becomes their motivation in almost every activity. The specialists found the program...
Identifying Negatives and their Storage Methods Based on Type of Film Support
Cíglerová, Tereza ; Doležalová, Kateřina
The conservation procedure presents the methods of identifying photographic negatives on polymer supports , especially by means of a cellulose nitrate base and cellulose acetate base, and the choice of various techniques on the basis of various factors, such as the collection’s size and physical condition, the workspace’s available equipment, the financial and time availability or the experiences of the identifying persons. For their indisputable informational value, the conservationist approach favors pilot survey which provides the initial idea about the collection’s material and physical composition and then helps with the choice of identification methods applied during the research phase. In the second part, the methodology focuses on the issues associated with long-term storage of the negatives and compares their recommended standards with the actual means at the disposal of minor institutions. It also proposes fitting, or at least acceptable, solutions.
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Comparing the results of fitness tests of young gymnasts with the values recommended by FIG
Halounková, Markéta ; Krištofič, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Doležalová, Kateřina (referee)
Title: Comparing the results of fitness tests of young gymnasts with the values recommended by FIG Objectives: The objective of this work is to compare the results of selected motoric tests from the official material of FIG with the same tests measured with young gymnasts in a sports facility called Jojo Gym in Dobřichovice. Methods: The thesis is of comparative character - the results of motoric tests presented in the official materials of FIG are compared with the measured values of young gymnasts at a structured performance level. The major method used to obtain the data from motoric tests is measurement. Selected gymnastics tests are targeted mainly at the diagnosis of speed-strength skills and flexibility. It is a one-time measurement. Results: Except for one test, the gymnasts did not reach the values given in the official materials of FIG. The formulated academic question was confirmed mainly by the fitness tests 1 to 4, when the groups with lower practice intensity reached significantly worse results in comparison with the group with higher practice intensity. Keywords: gymnastics, talented youth, FIG, motoric skills
The impact of the intervention program on flexibility in school youth
Rozkovcová, Eunika ; Krištofič, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Doležalová, Kateřina (referee)
Title: The impact of the intervention program on flexibility in school youth Objectives: The aim of this study is to assess the impact of the intervention program on flexibility carried out at 2 separate groups of female youngsters of 7th grade of elementary school. The Intervention program was identical to the evaluation test battery consisting of 6 motor tests, 4 standardized and 2 non-standardized. For standardized test we compared the results to the results of general population. Methods: In order to obtain data on the level of joint mobility of the test group, motor tests focused on the diagnosis of flexibility were used. The first measuring took place in January, the second after 5 months in June. Two groups of 7th grade girls were tested. One of the groups consisted of girls with studying focus in the musical art the second group had no specific studying focus. Six motor tests were used: Lasegue test, Thomayer test, shoulder girdle muscle test, Zitek test, gymnastics split and bridge. After the first measurement, the experimental group was determined by the worse measured values which had the intervention program included in physical education lessons twice in one lesson while the control group only once. Results: In Results after following the intervention program were as follows, more than...

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