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Assassement of the Active Ingredient Delta-9 THC in Biological Marerial and Hemp Drugs
This bachelor's thesis deals with the matter of abusing hemp drugs and its products in the past as well as at present day. The thesis focuses on possible contributions to well-being of using hemp but also health risks, which come with the abuse of hemp and hemp drugs. The aim of this thesis is to partly chart the data about THC abuse from three South Bohemian hospitals. The hospitals are: the hospital of České Budějovice, the hospital of Písek and the hospital of Strakonice. The data involve the number of tests done in hospital facilities in order to confirm or to confute the presence of THC in biological material, most commonly in urine. The thesis describes preanalytical and analytical phase of sample treating where mistakes must be avoided. The bachelor's thesis is than occupied with the principles of the assessment of THC in biological material in both qualitative and quantitative ways of assessment of active ingredients. It contains findings gained during practice in a form of personal assistance and data from which is then made the conclusion of this thesis. The aim of this bachelor's thesis also involves charting of hemp abuse in a part of South Bohemian Region during past few years. This bachelor's thesis can serve as a base for those, who are interested in the discussed topic. Another contribution can be an extension of general knowledge amongst students and public, considering the curative benefits and the effect of hemp abuse at the same time. In the conclusion the bachelor's thesis concerns with how many tests were positive and how many were negative during the years charted in a certain hospital but also compares the hospitals mutually. It involves the development of hemp drug abuse through time in each region.

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