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Hybrid Impant - Supported Overdentures in Maxilla
Frolo, Mária ; Zicha, Antonín (advisor) ; Neméth, Tibor (referee) ; Šafářová, Marie (referee)
The loss of teeth in the upper jaw is a clear handicap for patients. There are several options for rehabilitating edentulous patients, and choosing the right course of action can be a challenge even for an experienced dentist. Rehabilitation with implant-supported hybrid restoration can offer patients with moderate to severe alveolar ridge resorption significantly better mechanical properties, such as stability of the restoration with a retention rate approaching that of the fixed alternative and, related to this, greater confidence in speech and food processing and, due to the reduction of the palate of the removable restoration compared to the conventional removable restoration, improved taste perception. In contrast to the fixed alternative, the hybrid implant-supported denture places less demand on both the position and number of dental implants, which avoids complicated hard and soft tissue surgical reconstruction. This leads to considerable financial and time savings. At the same time, the removable alternative can be used with particular advantage in patients with bruxism, as it allows for easy removal of the restoration at night and thus reduces the risk of overloading the implants. This dissertation is divided into theoretical and practical parts. In the theoretical part, the current...
Use of barrier nursing care techniques in outpatient services
This bachelor's thesis is about using barrier nursing care techniques in outpatient services. The first part describes the present situation, which includes single techniques of barrier nursing care, namely mechanical washing of hands, using personal protective equipment, disinfection, sterilization, and manipulation with used medical materials. The next part of the thesis is about applicable legal norms which are related to these issues. The thesis also has a part about the role of the nurse in outpatient services and the nursing process. The separate chapter is also devoted to nosocomial infections. In the second part are definitions of three targets. The first is to find out which types of protective equipment are used by nurses in outpatient services. The second target is to find out how nurses use hand hygiene techniques and the third is to find out which way nurses are manipulating used medical materials. The third part describes research methods. For qualitative research, the investigation was by deliberately selecting seven outpatient services in the territory of the capital city of Prague. The data collection technique is a semi-structured interview and participatory observation of a nurse working in outpatient services. The research was focused on the use of protective equipment, hand hygiene by nurses, and manipulation of used medical supplies. The fourth part contains the results of the research investigation, which are analyzed in the subsequent discussion, which provides a comparison of current legislation, literature, and results from practice. The conclusion of this thesis is that some techniques of barrier nursing care, namely proper hand hygiene, use of protective equipment, and compliance with some legislative standards in the field of prevention of the risk of infection, are not yet so included in the automatism of nurses working in outpatient services. The output of this thesis is a draft of a workshop on the topic of the thesis, especially hand hygiene and prevention of infection transmission.

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