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Design of portable ultrasound device
Koluchová, Petra ; Rubínová, Dana (referee) ; Haltof, Vladimír (advisor)
Bachelor thesis deals with a conception of portable ultrasound devices. The main object is to design a device fulfilling all requirements and eliminating weak aspects of those already on sale. One problem with cable damage was solved by implementing wireless controls. Portable ultrasonography machines allow doctors to perform fast ambulant examinations.
Overview of rapid prototyping technology for medicine
Jícha, Martin ; Svoboda, Petr (referee) ; Paloušek, David (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is intended to map the current state of technology and the possibility of rapid prototyping in medical use. The first part is focused on the common principle of function of RP technologies. The following section discusses specific technologies essential RP and the level of current applications for medical purposes, including specific examples. Here is an outline of future development of these technologies.
An Analysis of the Company Lázně Darkov, a.s. Using Time Series
Plhal, David ; Dokoupil, Radek (referee) ; Doubravský, Karel (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the evaluation of Darkov Spa, Inc. The theme is focused on the economic situation of the company; evaluate the various indicators and their assessment. This topic I chose because I am impressed by the development of the economic situation of the company, which was sold by the State to the private property.
Analysis and assessment of risks in the construction of the shielding structures of medical irradiators.
Henzelová, Iveta ; Vymazal, Tomáš (referee) ; Hobst, Leonard (advisor)
The thesis focuses on the analysis and evaluation of the potential risks in the design and implementation of shielding structures against the effects of ionizing radiation. The rocedure of calculation and design optimization, according to the current wording of the Atomic Act and related regulations, is mentioned only marginally. According to DIN EN 31010: 2011 Risk Management - Risk Assessment Technique risk assessment were made by risk analysis. risk analysis. Risk management identified these methods - Analysis of the Causes and Consequences (Ishikawa diagram), Analysis Failure Mode and Effects (FMEA) and the Pareto diagram. These methods are implemented to identify and evaluate the associated risks. Based on the identification and assessment of these risks, appropriate measures are then proposed to reduce their impact.
Design of peristaltic pump
Peslar, Jiří ; Anderle, Martin (referee) ; Paloušek, David (advisor)
The subject of this thesis is a design of the volumetric infusion pumping unit specifically used for a human medicine purposes. The pumping unit is constructed by the linear peristaltic pump. The document focuses on mechanical design and disposition of particular components of unit and placement of electronic sensors and contacts. The thesis is elaborated as a part of infusion pump development project for a limited company.
Usage of the Fused Deposition Modeling Method for Medical Purposes
Ševčíková, Lucie ; Zouhar, Jan (referee) ; Sedlák, Josef (advisor)
The bachelor‘s thesis deals with the use of medical devices for medical purposes. The first part focuses on the current state of the problem and describes the current rapid prototyping technology. The second part describes an implementation of production of knee joint bones, a 3D printer by using the method uPrint Fused Deposition Modeling and deals with the evaluation of the cost of producing 3D models using the Fused Deposition Modeling in comparison with other current technologies.
Perception of male and female body in the czech medical literature of the second half of 19th and early 20th century
Najmanová, Veronika ; Sokolová, Věra (advisor) ; Storchová, Lucie (referee)
This thesis deals with the way in which the human body was discussed from different points of view in a particular type of medical literature (so called "Family Doctor Books) in the second half of the 19th and early 20th century. The work is based on a premise that body is not only neutral biological foundation made in nature but perception of body and physicality is influenced by society. That's why certain social changes may reflect changes in perception of human body, especially its conceptualization as a female and male body. Since just around sixties of the 19th century both emancipatory activities of Czech women, their rights extension and generally transformation of gender relations in society started to develop. This work examines whether these social changes reflected in the manner in which it was human, and thus male and female, body reported on in a particular medical literature. This work also explores what such conceptions of human body say about gender changes in society.
Microcosm aesthetics
Zahradníčková, Jana ; Šmíd, Jan (advisor) ; Ovčáčková, Johanka (referee)
Jana Zahradníčková: Microcosm aesthetics /Bachelor thesis/ Prague 2011 - Charles University in Prague, Fakulty of Education, Institute development in education. Pedagogy. Combined studies. 56 norm. p. Focus of work: research study, which aims to introduce children to the life forms that surround us every day, but they are not visible to the naked eye. Subject: microworld presentation by means of visual material, visible organisms that may be beneficial to us and dangerous at the same time. Aim: To attract attention by simple game for children's science, which can cause both aesthetic and get them thinking. Benefits, knowledge: based on personal experience, I realized how helpful for a foster home profession of educators is. Key words: aesthetics, a microcosm, biology, medicine, Impressionism, education, advertising, deprivation, microbes.
Translation of technical texts from German into Czech
Fořtová, Bohuslava ; Svoboda, Tomáš (advisor) ; Špirk, Jaroslav (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to provide an insight into the translation of technical texts from German to Czech. The theoretical part discusses the present state of knowledge of technical translation in Czech and German speaking countries, the scientific discourse, text typology and classification of texts with regard to the context. Furthermore, this thesis describes contrasts of technical texts, and their characteristic features on a lexical, syntactic, semantic, pragmatic and text level. This thesis focuses on technical translation of medical texts with their most common text types and specific features, and explains implications for their translation from German to Czech. The empirical part of the thesis includes translation analysis of a chosen text type and an overview of main text types in medicine, followed by examples of parallel texts in Czech and German. To provide more objective information about translation of technical texts, a survey was carried out among translators and translation services agencies. The subsequent results were compared with the findings presented in the theoretical part. In the conclusion, this thesis summarizes the results of the research into the translation of technical texts from German to Czech with regard to medical texts and offers suggestions for further research.
Therapeutical procedures based on acoustic and communicative material
Bečvářová, Jana ; Volín, Jan (advisor) ; Skarnitzl, Radek (referee)
The aim of this thesis was to explain therapeutic possibilities of sound in all its connections. Sound is described in relation to several disciplines. Initially, sound is presented as an acoustic and psychoacoustic phenomenon, followed by characterization of physiology of auditory system and findings from psychology of music. The focus of the thesis is anchored in the chapter dedicated to healing and corrective effects of sound - the music therapy. After short history context is presented, the characteristics and analysis of contemporary situation are discussed. Several types of sound - noise, music and sound of speech - are studied in their positive as well as negative influence on psychic and physical health of human. Current research is represented by selection of relevant papers (n=9) which are assessed by the criterion of credibility and rigidness of methodology. This aspect is also perceived as an essential one for the future research in the area of sound effect on human psychic and physical health.

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