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Analysis of care in patients at risk for arterial hypertension in pharmacy I.
Gregor, Stanislav ; Malý, Josef (advisor) ; Matoulková, Petra (referee)
Analysis of care in patiens at risk for arterial hypertension in pharmacy I. Author: Stanislav Gregor1 Tutor: Josef Malý1 Consultant: Stanislav Havlíček2 1 Department of Social and Clinical Pharmacy, Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové 2 Czech Chamber of Pharmacists, Prague Introduction: Arterial hypertension represents a serious health problem. Despite of the fact that great attention is paid to an early diagnosis and therapy of arterial hypertension, it remains compensated insufficiently in a number of patients. Objectives: The aim of the thesis was to analyse the possibilities of pharmaceutical care provided to patients who are at risk of arterial hypertension. Methodology: Blood pressure was measured from the beginning of October till December 2012 in a public pharmacy in Moravská Třebová. The blood pressure was measured by a pharmacist by means of a validated and calibrated tonometer. Other data were collected from a directed interview with the pharmacy client. The data were evaluated in Microsoft Excel 2007 and processed by means of the frequency analysis. A retrospective analysis of drug problems was further performed in patients who have been using pharmacotherapy or food supplements. Results: The data were obtained from 196 pharmacy clients (31 % of men and...
Physico-chemical characteritazion of microcrystalline celluloses
Gregor, Stanislav ; Řehula, Milan (advisor) ; Špaček, Vladimír (referee)
Charles Univerzity in Prague, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové Department of Pharmaceutical technology Student: Mgr. Stanislav Gregor Supervisor: Doc. RNDr. Milan Řehula, CSc. Physico-chemical characteritazion of microcrystalline celluloses Microcrystalline cellulose is very important pharmaceutical excipient. The aim of the study was to evaluate the different types by using physico-chemical charakteristics. Particle size was evaluated by optical microscopy. The flow properties were evaluated by flowability and by the angle of repose. Bulk and tapped properties were evaluated by bulk and tap density and by compressibility index. Temperatute and heat of fusion, glass transitive temperature and specific heat improvers were evaluated by DSC. Compaction process was evaluated by compaction equations, stress relaxation test and record the force-displacement. The compressed tablets were evaluated by kinetics crushing tablets and had fixed radial strength. Particle sizes correspond to the declared values stated by the manufacturer. The largest deviation was found for Avicel PH-200 (difference 20,0 mm). With increasing particle size reduces fiction between particles and increases the flowability. The tapped density is higher than the bulk density and the copies. From the results of three- exponential...
Physico-chemical characteritazion of microcrystalline celluloses
Gregor, Stanislav ; Řehula, Milan (advisor) ; Špaček, Vladimír (referee)
Charles Univerzity in Prague, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové Department of Pharmaceutical technology Student: Mgr. Stanislav Gregor Supervisor: Doc. RNDr. Milan Řehula, CSc. Physico-chemical characteritazion of microcrystalline celluloses Microcrystalline cellulose is very important pharmaceutical excipient. The aim of the study was to evaluate the different types by using physico-chemical charakteristics. Particle size was evaluated by optical microscopy. The flow properties were evaluated by flowability and by the angle of repose. Bulk and tapped properties were evaluated by bulk and tap density and by compressibility index. Temperatute and heat of fusion, glass transitive temperature and specific heat improvers were evaluated by DSC. Compaction process was evaluated by compaction equations, stress relaxation test and record the force-displacement. The compressed tablets were evaluated by kinetics crushing tablets and had fixed radial strength. Particle sizes correspond to the declared values stated by the manufacturer. The largest deviation was found for Avicel PH-200 (difference 20,0 mm). With increasing particle size reduces fiction between particles and increases the flowability. The tapped density is higher than the bulk density and the copies. From the results of three- exponential...
Analysis of care in patients at risk for arterial hypertension in pharmacy I.
Gregor, Stanislav ; Malý, Josef (advisor) ; Matoulková, Petra (referee)
Analysis of care in patiens at risk for arterial hypertension in pharmacy I. Author: Stanislav Gregor1 Tutor: Josef Malý1 Consultant: Stanislav Havlíček2 1 Department of Social and Clinical Pharmacy, Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové 2 Czech Chamber of Pharmacists, Prague Introduction: Arterial hypertension represents a serious health problem. Despite of the fact that great attention is paid to an early diagnosis and therapy of arterial hypertension, it remains compensated insufficiently in a number of patients. Objectives: The aim of the thesis was to analyse the possibilities of pharmaceutical care provided to patients who are at risk of arterial hypertension. Methodology: Blood pressure was measured from the beginning of October till December 2012 in a public pharmacy in Moravská Třebová. The blood pressure was measured by a pharmacist by means of a validated and calibrated tonometer. Other data were collected from a directed interview with the pharmacy client. The data were evaluated in Microsoft Excel 2007 and processed by means of the frequency analysis. A retrospective analysis of drug problems was further performed in patients who have been using pharmacotherapy or food supplements. Results: The data were obtained from 196 pharmacy clients (31 % of men and...

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