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Drug Information Centre service analysis IV. - drug interactions
Michálek, Georg ; Malá, Kateřina (advisor) ; Doseděl, Martin (referee)
Drug Information Centre service analysis IV. - drug interactions Author: Georg Michálek Supervisor: PharmDr. Kateřina Malá, Ph.D. Consultant: PharmDr. Petra Rozsívalová Department of Social and Clinical Pharmacy, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové, Charles University, Czech Republic Introduction: Drug information centre (DIC) of the Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové, Charles University, and University Hospital Hradec Králové was established in 1994. It provides drug information to healthcare professionals in the form of timely and accurate answers to drug-related enquiries, including drug interactions (DI). Aim: This study aimed to analyse enquiries related to DI processed by DIC from 2015 to 2020 and to solve three drug enquiries related to drug interactions. Methods: Quantitative and qualitative analysis of drug enquiries was carried out. Data was collected from individual enquiries related, but not limited to drug-drug, drug-herbal, and drug-disease interactions. The quantitative analysis based on descriptive statistical methods was performed on two levels: enquiry level and drug interaction level. On the enquiry level, ATC codes found in the enquiries were analysed and on the drug interaction level various parameters assigned to each DI were analysed, such as interacting components,...
Analysis of drug-drug interactions in patients admitted to hospital (I.)
Kukrálová, Kateřina ; Vlček, Jiří (advisor) ; Doseděl, Martin (referee)
Candidate: Kateřina Kukrálová1 Supervisor: prof. RNDr. Jiří Vlček, CSc.1 Consultant: PharmDr. Zuzana Očovská1 1 Department Social and Clinical Pharmacy, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové, Charles University Title of the master thesis: The analysis of drug-drug interactions in patients admitted to hospital (I.) The presence of potential drug-drug interactions (DDIs) is common in daily practice and only a small proportion of potential DDIs results in hospitalization of the patients. Nevertheless, DDIs represent a significant cause of hospital admissions. This study aims to identify DDIs in the medication history of the patients admitted to University Hospital Hradec Králové via the emergency department in August-November 2018. The objectives of this study are a) to determine the prevalence of potential DDIs; b) to categorize identified potential DDIs with respect to their mechanism, severity, risk rating, level of documentation and potential outcomes and c) to determine the prevalence of manifest DDIs. This study has a cross-sectional design. The following data were obtained retrospectively from electronic medical records: demographic data, medication history, past medical history, laboratory and clinical findings, and information about hospital admission. The identification of potential DDI was...
Analysis of infection therapy in paediatric department I.
Trávníček, Tomáš ; Malý, Josef (advisor) ; Doseděl, Martin (referee)
Analysis of infection therapy in paediatric department I Author: Tomáš Trávníček Tutor: doc. PharmDr. Josef Malý, Ph.D. Consultant: MUDr. Magdalena Rohanová, Mgr. Petr Domecký Department of Social and Clinical Pharmacy, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové, Charles University Introduction and aims: Infections in newborns are one of the most frequent causes of death. The aim of this work was the retrospective analysis of bacterial infection in newborns with a birth weight ≤ 1500 g hospitalized in Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and compare it with the latest findings published in the expect literature. Methods: The retrospective cross-sectional study took place in Paediatric ICU. The data were gathered between 07/29 and 08/10 2020. The study included patients in neonatal age with a birth weight ≤ 1500 g hospitalized in the Paediatric ICU in 2018 and 2019 with bacterial infection. The infection was proved by a positive cultivation, increased C-reactive protein and increased or reduced number of white blood cells. Information on the patient, infectious agent, laboratory tests, occurrence of risk factors for sepsis, selection of antibiotics, its susceptibility, dose, dosing interval and duration of administration, as well as the result of therapy were collected to a prepared form. The data were...
The Analysis of Senior's Opinions on Self-treatment by non-steroidal anti-inflamatory drugs I
Čižmárová, Jana ; Doseděl, Martin (advisor) ; Malá, Kateřina (referee)
The Analysis of Senior's Opinions on Self-treatment by non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs II Author: Jana Čižmárová Supervisor of the thesis: PharmDr. Martin Doseděl, Ph.D. Department: Department of Social and Clinical Pharmacy Background: Self-medication is a growing trend in a society with widespread use of over- the-counter medicines. Among the OTC medicines, analgesics belong to the drugs with the highest consumption. They are also popular in the group of seniors, who often suffer from chronic pain, mainly of the musculoskeletal system. Aim of study: In the theoretical part to carry out a review of published papers concerning safety of self-medication with analgesics and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. In the practical part, by performing a questionnaire survey to acquire and analyze the attitudes of seniors regarding self-medication with analgesics and anti-inflammatory drugs focused on ibuprofen. Methods: An observational cross-sectional study was carried out in the facilities for seniors of the Trenčín region. The survey was conducted by interview with senior using questionnaire sheets. The research took place in the period July to September 2019. Results: 64.0 % of seniors suffered from almost every day or daily pain, mainly from musculoskeletal pain. The main counselling subject...
Diagnostic module for Single-Wire CAN bus
Jež, Michal ; Doseděl, Martin (referee) ; Havránek, Zdeněk (advisor)
The basic properties of the CAN bus are analyzed in the bachelor's thesis. Furthermore, this work deals with the availability of circuits for the implementation of the CAN bus and the physical layer Single Wire CAN. Subsequently, the design of the diagnostic unit for the CAN bus is processed. It also deals with the design of firmware for the diagnostic module and a PC program for subsequent data analysis. Finally, the compatibility of the Single Wire CAN bus with the Low Speed CAN bus is tested.
Analysis of drug-related problems in a healthcare facility V.
Truongová, Thu Thao ; Doseděl, Martin (advisor) ; Malá, Kateřina (referee)
ANALYSIS OF DRUG-RELATED PROBLEMS IN A HEALTHCARE FACILITY V. Author: Thu Thao Truongová Supervisor of the diploma thesis: PharmDr. Martin Doseděl, Ph.D. Consultant: PharmDr. Veronika Měrková Charles University, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové, Department of Social and Clinical Pharmacy INTRODUCTION Medication errors are one of the most frequent medicinal errors. They affect patient's safety from the long-term point of view.1 The great part of medication errors occurs on the level of drug administration.2 In healthcare facilities mostly nurses are responsible for medication administration.3 AIM To obtain and evaluate medication errors during drug administration by nurses in a healthcare facility. METHODICS A prospective observational study was conducted in the facility Hamzova léčebna for children and adults focusing on medical rehabilitation. Data collection was performed in May 2019 three consecutive days on each ward, where drugs were administrated by nurse. Direct observation was done in morning, noon and evening drug administrations. Obtained data were recorded into prepared form and were compared with physician's medication order on the patient's record. Afterwards, the forms were transcripted into online database, data were transfered to MS Excel software programme and evaluated by...
The Analysis of Senior's Opinions on Self-treatment by non-steroidal anti-inflamatory drugs III
Procházka, Marek ; Doseděl, Martin (advisor) ; Kostřiba, Jan (referee)
The Analysis of Seniors' Opinions on Self-treatment by Non-steroidal Anti-inflamatory Drugs III Charles University, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové Department of: Social and Clinical Pharmacy Candidate: Marek Procházka Consultant: PharmDr.Martin Doseděl, Ph.D. Background: Self-treatment is one of the approaches in managing pain which is still gaining higher level of importance even amongst seniors. One of the most favourite over the counter (OTC) analgesics is ibuprofen, however its use can be associated with certain drug related problems (DRP). The potential of DRPs is increasing with age which makes seniors more sensitive to them. Aim of study: 1) To create an overview of DRPs of OTC analgesics, focusing on paracetamol (acetaminophen). 2) Through the survey find out the knowledge and experience of seniors with self-treatment by OTC analgesics. The other aim was to evaluate their sources of information concerning ibuprofen and their preferences to each product. Methods: The observable cross-sectional study was made through social media and in Královéhradecký region. In the first case the questionnaire was spread through social media- Facebook. In the second case standardised conversation with questionnaire lists was applied with seniors above 60 years of age. The research was anonymous and...
Analysis of infection therapy in paediatric department I.
Trávníček, Tomáš ; Malý, Josef (advisor) ; Doseděl, Martin (referee)
Analysis of infection therapy in paediatric department I Author: Tomáš Trávníček Tutor: doc. PharmDr. Josef Malý, Ph.D. Consultant: MUDr. Magdalena Rohanová, Mgr. Petr Domecký Department of Social and Clinical Pharmacy, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové, Charles University Introduction and aims: Infections in newborns are one of the most frequent causes of death. The aim of this work was the retrospective analysis of bacterial infection in newborns with a birth weight ≤ 1500 g hospitalized in Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and compare it with the latest findings published in the expect literature. Methods: The retrospective cross-sectional study took place in Paediatric ICU. The data were gathered between 07/29 and 08/10 2020. The study included patients in neonatal age with a birth weight ≤ 1500 g hospitalized in the Paediatric ICU in 2018 and 2019 with bacterial infection. The infection was proved by a positive cultivation, increased C-reactive protein and increased or reduced number of white blood cells. Information on the patient, infectious agent, laboratory tests, occurrence of risk factors for sepsis, selection of antibiotics, its susceptibility, dose, dosing interval and duration of administration, as well as the result of therapy were collected to a prepared form. The data were...
The Analysis of Senior's Opinions on Self-treatment by non-steroidal anti-inflamatory drugs I
Čižmárová, Jana ; Doseděl, Martin (advisor) ; Malá, Kateřina (referee)
The Analysis of Senior's Opinions on Self-treatment by non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs II Author: Jana Čižmárová Supervisor of the thesis: PharmDr. Martin Doseděl, Ph.D. Department: Department of Social and Clinical Pharmacy Background: Self-medication is a growing trend in a society with widespread use of over- the-counter medicines. Among the OTC medicines, analgesics belong to the drugs with the highest consumption. They are also popular in the group of seniors, who often suffer from chronic pain, mainly of the musculoskeletal system. Aim of study: In the theoretical part to carry out a review of published papers concerning safety of self-medication with analgesics and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. In the practical part, by performing a questionnaire survey to acquire and analyze the attitudes of seniors regarding self-medication with analgesics and anti-inflammatory drugs focused on ibuprofen. Methods: An observational cross-sectional study was carried out in the facilities for seniors of the Trenčín region. The survey was conducted by interview with senior using questionnaire sheets. The research took place in the period July to September 2019. Results: 64.0 % of seniors suffered from almost every day or daily pain, mainly from musculoskeletal pain. The main counselling subject...
The Analysis of Senior's Opinions on Self-treatment by non-steroidal anti-inflamatory drugs
Kliui, Yuliia ; Doseděl, Martin (advisor) ; Zimčíková, Eva (referee)
Charles University, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové Department of Social and Clinical Pharmacy Candidate: Yuliia Kliui Consultant: PharmDr. Martin Doseděl PhD. Title of the diploma thesis: The Analysis of Senior's Opinions on Self-treatment by non- steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs Introduction: Due to their significant analgesic and antiphlogistic effects are non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs one of the most prescribed drugs. According to the high number of side effects and drug-drug interactions, it is important to pay attention to their presence in patient's medication. The importance of drug related problems increases in polymorbid and geriatric patients, who's medication can be altered by the presence of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, which can lead to unwanted complications. Aim of study: The principal aim of the theoretical part is to elaborate a review of the drug related problems concerning the side effects and drug-drug interactiond of NSAIDs. The practical part analyses via a question-study the senior's opinion and experiences on self- medication by analgesics focusing on ibuprofen. Methods: A cross sectional study have been conducted in the city of Kharkov in Ukraine. The data have been collected during an interview with a questionnaire. The used questionnairre has...

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