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Adaptation of performance of personal activities of daily living in patients with hemiparesis. Subtitle: Training of dressing up for patients with hemiparesis by the use of a video manual
Ćmielová, Daniela ; Uhlířová, Jaromíra (advisor) ; Sýkorová, Jitka (referee)
Title: Adaptation of Performance of Activities of Daily Living in Patients with Hemiparesis Subtitle: Training of Dressing up for Patients with Hemiparesis by the use of a Video Manual Abstract: This bachelor's thesis deals with the possibilities of adapting the implementation of personal activities of daily living (pADL) in patients with hemiparesis. In particular, it focuses on the possibilities of training and adaptation during dressing up of the upper and lower part of the patient's body. The theoretical part summarizes the basic knowledge of the central nervous system, motor control and neurological diseases, which result in the partial paralysis of one-half of the body. Furthermore, the concept of pADL and their connection to the field of occupational therapy is explained. The following chapters are dedicated to the theoretical description of the possibilities of adaptation, training of activities of daily living and evaluation in the field of occupational therapy. Last, but not least, there is an overview of existing manuals that are currently available. The aim of the practical part was to create a video manual, designed for people with hemiparesis to practice the activitity of dressing up. The manual includes 21 activities focused on dressing up, forms of adaptation of activities and...
The Proposal and Implementation Assistive Devices for Patients with Acquired Brain Injury Using 3D Printer
Gazdová, Klára ; Rodová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Sýkorová, Jitka (referee)
BAKALÁŘSKÉ PRÁCE Jméno, příjmení: Klára Gazdová Vedoucí práce: Bc. Zuzana Rodová, M.Sc. Title: The Proposal and Implementation Assistive Devices for Patients with Acquired Brain Injury Using 3D Printer Abstract: Background: Acquired brain injury cause disability, which influences human self-sufficiency. Self-sufficiency can be increased by assistive devices. 3D printing technology seems to be appropriate alternative for creating tailor-made compensatory aids. Foreign organizations are forming the trend. Goal formulation: The main goal is to create tailor-made assistive devices for patients with acquired brain injury using a 3D printer. The partial goal is an assessment of the financial and technical demands of the technology for ordinary occupational therapy practice. Methodology: For five patients with acquired brain injury was created a tailor-made compensatory aid as a part of the bachelor's thesis and printed using 3D printing. The aids were focused on activities of daily living that the patients were not able to perform without the aid. Results: Six self-feeding aids have been created. One aid had to be redone after testing. One patient needed a soft aid that 3D printing cannot produce. The created aids allowed four patients to engage the paretic upper limb in self-feeding. Conclusion: 3D...
Analysis of degradation processes of the shock absorber rod
Sýkorová, Jitka ; Juliš, Martin (referee) ; Klakurková, Lenka (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the analysis of degradation processes of the rods of the synchronizer generator. The theoretical part deals with the description of the generator, the analysis of the material, the properties of the brass for the production of the absorber rod and the possible parameters influencing its degradation. The experimental part of the thesis analyzes damaged bars of the shock absorber using destructive and non-destructive techniques, suggests non-destructive testing in-field and determines the dependence of electrical properties on the structure.
The Case Study of a Physiotherapy Treatment of a Patient with Balance Disorder and Cognitive Impairment
Sýkorová, Jitka ; Maršáková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Hořejší, Jan (referee)
The bachelor thesis explores balance and cognitive disorders in the context of physiotherapy. Balance disorders and cognitive impairment are important risk factors for falls. The aim of the thesis is to provide fundamental information based on available evidence in literature and briefly outline the importance of physiotherapy in patients with balance and cognitive impairment. In the practical part of the thesis is presented a detailed case study of a physiotherapeutic treatment of a patient with balance disorder and cognitive impairment due to encephalopathy. The treatment focused on application of techniques which are beneficial for improvement of the balance as well as cognitive functions. At the end of the therapeutic intervention patient have improved stand and gait balance as well as coordination of motion and cognitive performance and also there was a significant reduction of fatigue and fall risk. We used standardized assessments methods to measure the effect of the treatment: The Tinetti Balance and Gait Test, Berg Balance Scale, Montreal Cognitive Assessment and Barthel Index for Activities of Daily Living.
Problematic Areas in the Everyday Life of Patients with Huntington's Disease. Subtitle: A Suggestion of Compensatory Strategies in Coping with Cognitive Impairment
Sýkorová, Jitka ; Zemánková, Zuzana (advisor) ; Sládková, Petra (referee)
This diploma thesis explores problematic areas of patients with Huntington's disease in their performance during activities of daily living (ADLs) from the perspective of patients and their caregivers. The aim of the research was also to assess a possible correlation between cognitive impairment and the patient's performance in ADL. Twenty-five patients with their caregivers met the selection criteria for the research. There were used standardized assessment methods available in Czech: the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA), the Canadian Occupational Performance Measure (COPM) and the questionnaire for caregivers called Bristol Activities of Daily Living Scale (BADLS-CZ). The statistical analyses consisted of methods of the nonparametric statistics, qualitative analysis was processed by data categorizing. Caregivers reported more problematic areas in ADLs which was significantly confirmed in the statistical hypothesis testing (p <0,05). A significant correlation was seen between the results of the questionnaire and the results of the MoCA assessment (rSp = -0,620; p <0,05). For various reasons, patients with Huntington's disease did not mention as many problematic areas in performing ADL as their caregivers. Therefore, it is appropriate in clinical practice to supplement the assessment of the patient's...
The Theological and Comparative Religious Aspects of the Scholarly Dispute ,,Babel-Bibel"
Sýkorová, Jitka ; Charvát, Petr (advisor) ; Nosek, Bedřich (referee) ; Bándy, Juraj (referee)
This dissertation thematically belongs to the field of "History of Science and Scholarly Knowledge" with significant reach to theology and exegesis. It concerns the dispute of whether the annunciated text of the Old Testament was in all respects original or if it in some respects followed the traditions of ancient Near Eastern civilizations, particularly the Sumero-Akkadian one. The purpose of this thesis is to introduce the fundamental information on the "Babel-Bibel" dispute to the Czech scholarly community for the very first time. The dissertation includes an analysis of the course and consequences of the dispute as well as a discussion of the impact of Oriental scholarship on Old Testament exegesis.
The Role of the Occupational Therapist in the Treatment of Patients with Huntington's Disease
Sýkorová, Jitka ; Čábelková, Alžběta (advisor) ; Dlouhá Maršálková, Alexandra (referee)
The Role of the Occupational Therapist in the Treatment of Patients with Huntington's Disease Abstract: This thesis is focused on the possible potential of occupational therapy in patients with Huntington's disease, a neurodegenerative brain disease. Currently, Huntington's disease is incurable, but there are some therapeutic methods and approaches which have positive influence on a progress of the disease. Also, early intervention of occupational therapy is needed and the occupational therapist is an irreplaceable specialist as a part of an interdisciplinary team. However, in the Czech Republic there is a little experience with occupational therapy in patients with Huntington's disease. The thesis consists of a theoretical part and a practical part. The theoretical part provides basic information about the condition and by having used specialized foreign literature it also focuses on the opportunities and goals of occupational therapy in patients with Huntington's disease. In the practical part, questionnaires which were distributed among patients and patient care providers were evaluated. Results of the questionnaires provide besides other things a brief outline of patient's problematic areas. Occupational therapy evaluation of patients with Huntington's disease includes the Montreal Cognitive Assessment...
Possibilities of Financing the Acquisition of Fixed Assets
Trnková, Nicola ; Sýkorová, Jitka (referee) ; Zemánková, Lenka (advisor)
This bachelor´s thesis is focused on options of financing the acquisition of fixed assets. The theoretical part includes description of the fixed assets and term related to its financing. In the analytical part a company purchasing fixed assets is introduced, its financial situation and as conclusion funding recommendations are proposed.

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