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Paraarticular ossifications after total hip replacement. Modalities of preoperative and postoperative reduction interventions
Debre, Ján ; Dungl, Pavel (advisor) ; Tuček, Michal (referee) ; Dufek, Pavel (referee)
1 PURPOSE OF THE STUDY Heterotopic ossification is frequent and well known complication after primary total hip arthroplasty. Prophylaxis is crucial, ohterwise when ossification is matured, the only treatment option is surgical removal during revision hip surgery. Prophylaxis options are pre, peri- and postoperative modalities. Effectiveness of the profylaxis step sis the aim of this disertation. The goal of Study 1 was to prove the positive side effect of tranexamic acid application to reduce the heterotopic ossification ratio after elective total hip replacement. The goal of Study 2 was to prove the reduction in HO ratio with experimental modification of anterolateral approach with electrosurgery. The goal of Study 3 was to detect the knowledge among czech orthopaedic surgeons in ossification issues and compare the results of questionnaire with german results. 2 MATERIAL AND METHODS Study 1 Cohort of 401 total hip replacements were assessed prospectivelly. Stratification of particular degrees in Brooker scale, sex, laterality and fixation type were evaluated. The average follow up was 6,10 year (40m to 113m). Hips from 2012 are referential and hips from 2016 are administered to tranexamic acid procotol. Other secondary prophylactic modalities (farmacoprophylaxy or radiotherapy), tertiary...
LEGAL BACKGROUND AND THE ECONOMIC-POLITICAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE CZECHOSLOVAK LAND REFORM IMPLEMENTED IN THE YEARS 1918-1929
Zembová, Nathalie ; Váňa, Daniel (advisor) ; Dufek, Pavel (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the land reform in the period after the establishment of the independent Czechoslovak Republic between 1918 and 1929. The text focuses specifically on the analysis of the land reform, from the aspect of legislative, national and national. The author considers the motives of individual political parties of that time and their ideas about the goals, form, and methods of reform that the parties have promoted. One of the conclusions that emerged from the work on the topic is the fact that the reform in their direction, mainly under the direction of the Agrarian Party, was despite the electoral potential of the rural population in particular as a strong political instrument for consolidating positions in the party structure of the young state. As part of the political argumentation, the political parties used two justifications: the first was in the form of satisfaction of the so-called hunger for a land when there was a still uneven distribution of land holdings at the beginning of the state. One-third of it owned a handful of mostly German and Austrian noble families. Consequently, the reform was carried out in a second spirit, in the in the auspices of the confiscations after White mountain battle, when the reform was to bring about the correction of the wrongs committed in our nation. Another objective was to improve the economic situation of the agricultural sector through the abolition of aristocratic and ecclesiastical lati fundies and landowners, with the land being divided in favor of small farmers and landless people. By 1930, approximately 30% of the state's territory had been reformed. About half of this was redistributed among the new owners, but much of it remained nobility, so satisfaction with the above-mentioned hunger for a land was incomplete. But the other targets were partly met. There has been a significant increase in small cooperatives, which has become the most effective in supplying food in the course of years. The latter, on the contrary, collapsed or survived to the detriment of loans from the State Land Office Fund, which had so indebted to the state for several years to come. Despite the shortcomings in the laws and other standards defined by the land reform in the period under review, the reform objectives were partially met, so the land reform in Czechoslovakia implemented in the 1920s can be regarded as one of the most successful and international comparisons.
Regulation of banking and intentions of Economic policy in Czechoslovakia in period 1918 - 1924
Váňa, Daniel ; Jakubec, Ivan (referee) ; Dufek, Pavel (referee)
Filozofická fakulta Univerzity Karlovy nám. Jana Palacha , 6 8 Praha IČ: 6 8 DIČ: CZ 6 8 Jed á se o rigoróz í práci, která je uz a ou diplo ovou či disertač í prací. Děkuje e za pochope í.
The contents of survival training for reconnaissance and airborne units of the army of the Czech Republic
Dufek, Pavel ; Barták, Erik (referee) ; Doležel, Martin (advisor)
AABBSSTTRRAACCTT The Title: The contents of survival training for reconnaissance and airborne units of the Army of the Czech Republic Goals of the thesis: A proposal of subjects and a description of individual survival techniques for the reconnaissance and airborne units of the Army of the Czech Republic. The Method: The thesis is compiled as a fieldwork accompanied by a search of literature. The fieldwork is based on a nine-year monitoring of the training of the Czech military during which I acted as an active participant. Primal sources I used, in order to answer a research question, were available special literature, internal directive acts, field manuals and special publications concerning the survival and published by the Army of the Czech Republic. The literature for the research was chosen on the basis of its content and its relationship to the survival. Results: I propose a possible direction of the reconnaissance and airborne units of the Army of the Czech Republic survival training according to their equipment. Keywords: Army of the Czech Republic, survival, reconnaissance and airborne units, training
Comparison of economic reforms in Czechoslovakia and GDR in the sixties of the 20th century
Vochozka, Jan ; Szobi, Pavel (advisor) ; Dufek, Pavel (referee)
This thesis dealt with economic reforms in Czechoslovakia and the German Democratic Republic in the 60s of the 20th century and their impact on economic, political and social development of society. The first part is focused on Czechoslovakia and assumptions and principles of reforms, finished with the so-called Šiks reform, which was canceled in 1968. In the second part of the thesis are the reform efforts in the GDR compared directly with the reforms in Czechoslovakia and their overall impact on future development of the two socialist states. Finally, the work evaluates contribution of the reforms and possibility of their implementation in practice.
Critical evaluation of Šik s reform
Šrámek, Ondřej ; Szobi, Pavel (advisor) ; Dufek, Pavel (referee)
The thesis deals with the so called Šik s reform, which was a reform, that tried to implement certain elements of market economy in the centrally planned economy of Czechoslovakia in the sixties of the twentieth century. Firstly the thesis describes the course of the reform, when the importance of the central plan was significantly reduced, the position of enterprises was strengthened and the price system was rebuild. Lately the thesis examines and compares opinions on reform and new economic system of foreign and domestic experts. The goal of the thesis is to discover mistakes and imperfections of implementing of new systém, which could endanger its functioning.
Analysis of financing of the czech immovable monuments on example of the Memorial of John Huss in Husinec in years 1967 - 2016
Babka, Ondřej ; Váňa, Daniel (advisor) ; Dufek, Pavel (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with financing immovable monuments in Czech Republic. In the first part of thesis, there are basic concepts associated with monument care. In relation to this are mentioned state monument organs, which may influence funding. This thesis also talks about historical development since the inception of the monument care and analysis of the current state. The aim of this thesis is define the biggest problems of owners to care about immovable monuments and propose solution for raising funds to reconstruction and operation. An example is the Memorial to John Huss in Husinec.
Importance of the European members of the CMEA for Foreign Trade of Czechoslovakia in the seventies of the 20th century.
Němeček, Michal ; Szobi, Pavel (advisor) ; Dufek, Pavel (referee)
The thesis analyzes the influence of non-european members of the CMEA, who came in the seventies, on foreign trade Czechoslovak Socialist Republic. It starts with brief characteristics of foreign trade and periodization of the development of Comecon organization. It also mentions the characteristics of foreign trade of Czechoslovakia in the 70s of the 20th century. Then focuses on the analysis of statistical data on foreign trade between Czechoslovakia and Cuba and then between Czechoslovakia and Vietnam. This work attempts to answer whether the accession of non-european states to the Comecon organization was of great importance to increase CSSR´s trade turnover with these countries. The answer to this question is partly unclear - Cuba's accession to the organization, was of great importance to increase amount of foreign trade with Czechoslovakia, whereas in Vietnam I can not say with certainty that the accession resulted in an increase in amount of foreign trade because it grew annually at a high pace before the accession of Vietnam to the CMEA.
The influence of the communist regime on the process of Czechoslovak film in the fifties and sixties of the 20th century
Mutl, Lukáš ; Szobi, Pavel (advisor) ; Dufek, Pavel (referee)
This diploma thesis discusses the process of Czechoslovak cinema in the fifties and sixties of the 20th century in the communist régime and under the Soviet influence. Labour analysis one of the most exciting period of Czechoslovak history in which alternated years of heavy dictation with years of social and cultural release. The first part focuses on the issue of nationalization of the film in the early fifties. The second part deals with the circumstances of the beginning of the brightest period of Czechoslovak cinema, new wave. The third part describes consequences that August 1968 and subsequent standardization had for local filmmakers. Throughout the work are surveyed facts commented by former protagonists of the time, Antonin Jaroslav Liehmem and Jiri Menzel, who gave interviews for the purposes of this study, the full text of these interviews are also included at the end. The goal is to find answers to questions about how much the Czechoslovak cinema was influenced by the Soviet Union, than if nationalization of cinematography had only negative or even some positive consequences, whether the emergence of a new wave was just an accidental phenomenon or if it was the inevitable answer to the former policy and whether it could be possible to the new wave arise in today's conditions.
The responses in domestic politics to Hodza Plan 1935-1936
Váňa, Daniel ; Jakubec, Ivan (advisor) ; Dufek, Pavel (referee) ; Kovář, Martin (referee)
Abstract The thesis is about the reaction of Czechoslovak political scene to Milan Hodža's Danubian plan. Milan Hodža was Slovak Agrarian and economist who introduced his plan in the second half of 1935 at the time when he was Prime minister of Czechoslovakia. Author emerged from broader considerations of Czech and Czechoslovak ideas about economic and political developments in Central Europe, according to Palacký "space between Germany and Russia." In this context author accepts Palackys beliefs about the indispensability of the Danubian Hapsburg Empire as the counter imperialist expansion's bumper of both the continental powers and efforts of political parties Mladočeši and Staročeši who tried to reform and maintain the country. He also describes the interwar projects of Czechoslovak sovereign foreign policy, where Czechoslovaks tried to take on an inspirational leadership role of Central European economic and political cooperation which was based on Little Entente. Author of this thesis thinks that Hodža's Plan is just one of these projects. And as all the previous projects Hodža's plan had no opportunity to be implemented in the new internationally-political and internationally-economic context. Had Milan Hodža prepared his plan for economic and potentially political cooperation between Danube region countries from the national economy point of view? Did he start the wider discussion about the possibility of Danube region cooperation in Czechoslovakia? These are the basic questions that the author asks and he answers them in the last chapter of his work: Milan Hodža never made any concrete national economic statement for his plan. His attempt for the realization had never gone out of the diplomatic detection. Likewise he did not evoke any specific reaction of Czechoslovak political parties not even in party periodicals.

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