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Quality of life for dialysis patients
Červinková, Andrea ; Mareš, Jiří (advisor) ; Mrkvičková, Petra (referee)
Author: Andrea Červinková Institution: Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Králové Department od Non-mediacal Studies Title: Quality of life od dialysis pacient Supervisor: prof. PhDr. Jiří Mareš, CSc Number of pages: 88 Year of defense: 2023 Keywords Quality of life, dialysis, kidneys, renal failure The bachelor's thesis discusses the quality of life of dialysis patients. It focuses on the physical, psychological and social aspects of dialysis patients' lives. We find out what the patient are most limited in and how they perceive their illness. I tried to show how the life of a dialysis patient differs from a healthy person. The focus of the work is a qualitative exploratory investigation using a semi-structured interview. The examined sample consists of dialysis patients who regularly undergo dialysis at the Hemodialysis Center Havlíčkův Brod.
The needs of family members of patients in the terminal stage of life
Novotná, Kristýna ; Matulová, Jana (advisor) ; Mrkvičková, Petra (referee)
Name and surname of the author: Kristýna Novotná Institution: Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Králové, Department of Non-mediacal Studies Title: The needs of family members of patients in the terminal stage of life Supervisor: Mgr. Jana Matulová Number of pages: 100 Year of defense: 2023 Keywords: hospice, palliative care, dying, family members, needs The bachelor thesis deals with the needs of family members of patients in the terminal stage of life. The theoretical part focuses on palliative and hospice care. It introduces the reader to the issues of dying and death. It explains the concept of need and presents the basic needs of patients in the terminal stage of life and their family members. It specifies the needs of nurses working in palliative care and introduces therapeutic communication between nursing staff and the patient. For the empirical part, a quantitative survey was chosen in the form of a semi-structured questionnaire. The research was conducted in the Lůžkový Hospic Chrudim. The aim of the study is to define the needs that family members of patients in the terminal stage of life hospitalized in the hospice consider the most important, to assess whether these needs are met and to evaluate what helps family members to cope with the psychological burden in...
Healing of the surgical wound after cardiac surgery
Mrkvičková, Petra ; Gigalová, Veronika (advisor) ; Votroubková, Michaela (referee)
ANOTATION Autor: Petra Mrkvičková Institution: Charles University, Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Kralove, Department of Social Medicine, Division of Nursing Title: Healing of the surgical wound after cardiac surgery Supervisor: Mgr. Veronika Gigalová Number of pages: 136 Number of attachments: 8 Year of defense: 2019 Keywords: patient, cardiac surgery, sternotomy, healing of the surgical wound, nursing care The bachelor thesis deals with healing of surgical wound after cardiac surgery. Theoretical part of the thesis deals with facts from the area of cardiac surgery, the most common cardiac diseases, which are indicated for cardiac surgery and appropriate surgical approaches. It points out to risk groups of patients who may have complications within the healing wound. This thesis focuses mainly on nursing care of sternotomy with sternotomy healing and potential complications. It points out to the importance of regular inspection of sternotomy, regular changing of wound dressing under aseptic conditions, education and care of patients' mental health. In the empirical part, the thesis focuses on quantitative and qualitative research. Quantitative research was conducted by a non-standardized questionnaire and qualitative research by a semi-structured interview. The aim of the research was to find out some...