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Cognitive rehabilitation of people with multiple sclerosis
Bílková, Tereza ; Novotná, Klára (advisor) ; Krivošíková, Mária (referee)
BACHELOR THESIS ABSTRACT Name, Surname: Tereza Bílková Supervisor: Mgr. Klára Novotná, Ph.D. Consultant: Mgr. Eliška Rotbartová Title: Cognitive rehabilitation of people with multiple sclerosis Abstract: This bachelor thesis focuses on the topic of cognitive rehabilitation in patients with multiple sclerosis, which takes place in a home environment using the computer program HAPPYneuron. Multiple sclerosis is classified as an autoimmune disease, during which the cells of our central nervous system are damaged. The aim of this bachelor's thesis is to test whether cognitive rehabilitation of 16 weeks, conducted through the computer program HAPPYneuron, has a positive impact on spatial orientation, short-term memory, attention and speech in MS patients. In the theoretical part of the bachelor thesis I describe the actual issue of multiple sclerosis, including the clinical picture and types of multiple sclerosis. I then go on to describe in more detail the most affected domains of cognitive function, their examination and the possibilities of cognitive rehabilitation. Last but not least, I describe cognitive rehabilitation using computer programs, with a more detailed description of the HAPPYneuron program. In the practical part, three patients were first examined by a clinical neuropsychologist. Based on this,...
Possibilities of physical activities in women after breast cancer surgery
Trödlerová, Marie ; Sládková, Petra (advisor) ; Majorová, Simona (referee)
Title: The Possibilities of Physical Activities for Women after Breast Cancer Surgery Objectives: The aim of this thesis is to expand upon the theoretical knowledge concerning the issue of breast cancer and the possibilities of physical activities after surgical treatment of this disease. Furthermore, the thesis aims to design a suitable exercise program for the home environment, to monitor the progress of the intervention through online consultations and then to evaluate its benefits. Methods: The case study method was used with three women after surgical treatment at the ages of 38, 44 and 52. Participant observation, questionnaire survey and qualitative content analysis of the document were used to develop these case studies (measurement results, questionnaire results). Results: The movement intervention was found to improve shoulder joint mobility on the operated side and to increase the level of motor activity. The individually designed movement programme was perceived positively by the women and some advantages and disadvantages of the online consultation came to light. Keywords: exercise unit, shoulder joint mobility, individual movement program, telerehabilitation, regimen measures, level of physical activity
Distance form of speech therapy intervention in preschool children during the COVID-19 pandemic
KOREŠOVÁ, Eliška Gabriela
The objective of this bachelor thesis is to analyze a distance form of the speech therapy intervention by preschool age children during the COVID-19 pandemic, reveal the problems and benefits appeared during its use. The text is composed the theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part defines the field of speech therapy, the speech development, communication disorder in preschool child. This section also describes a telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic, a distance speech therapy intervention and a communication channels for its implementation. The practical part contains the results of research investigation. It consists of quantitative research, implemented using an online questionnaire and the qualitative research implemented using an interview with clinical speech therapist. During the pandemic, the therapist offered a distance speech therapy intervention using the videoconferencing.
Distance Therapy and Telerehabilitation in Occupational Therapy: Contemporary Use in Patients after Acquired Brain Injuries.
Altmanová, Šárka ; Hoidekrová, Kristýna (advisor) ; Nováková, Olga (referee)
DIPLOMOVÉ PRÁCE Jméno, příjmení: Bc. Šárka Altmanová Vedoucí práce: PhDr. Kristýna Hoidekrová, Ph.D. Title: Distance therapy and telerehabilitation in occupational therapy: contemporary use in patients after acquired brain injuries Abstract: Acquired brain injuries (ABI) are the most represented type of injuries in neurorehabilitation. In the Czech Republic, there is a shortage of outpatient occupational therapists. The involvement of telerehabilitation appears to be a possible solution to the lack of therapists. These methods are already being used with a good effect around the world. The aim of this thesis is to compare the possibilities of telerehabilitation against conventional occupational therapy in patients with ABI. A partial goal is to undertake a SWOT analysis of telerehabilitation and evaluate the communication platform eAmbulance. There are four single case studies. The patients are aged between 27-81 years (two women and two men) with different severity of right-sided hemiparesis. These patients underwent interventions of 60 minutes per week for a period of four weeks. The content of each therapy was different. Patients filled in a feedback questionnaire following each intervention. The results show that a large variation of approaches from conventional therapies can be used. The...
Telerehabilitation Intervention in Pediatric Occupational Therapy
Lukešová, Olga ; Janatová, Markéta (advisor) ; Hoidekrová, Kristýna (referee)
BACHELOR THESIS ABSTRACT Name, Surname: Olga Lukešová Thesis supervisor: MUDr. Markéta Janatová Thesis consultant: Bc. Zuzana Rodová, M.Sc. Title: Telerehabilitation Intervention in Pediatric Occupational Therapy Abstract: The goal of this thesis is to evaluate advantages and disadvantages of telerehabilitation in pediatric occupational therapy with pre-school children. At the beginning terminology and history of telerehabilitation is discussed. The thesis continues with evaluation of advantages and disadvantages of telerehabilitation in occupational therapy and selection of suitable guidelines for practical part of thesis. In practical part, the occupational therapy intervention with two pre-school children is designed and carried out. The occupational therapy plan was designed, and in accordance with the plan the aids were made for the use of family as ergo box. The telerehabilitation intervention took place in the form of weekly consultations with parent. During the consultations, parents were given the tasks for the child for the next week and the progress of the previous week was evaluated. At the end of intervention, the achievement of designed goals was evaluated, and other information was obtained from the questionnaire of satisfaction with the telerehabilitation. The experience gained from...
The effectiveness of physiotherapeutic procedures on patients diagnosed with COVID-19
Trashchenko, Ekaterina ; Pavlů, Dagmar (advisor) ; Kučerová, Ilona (referee)
Background Physiotherapy represents a valuable intervention applied to COVID-19 patients suffering from respiratory symptoms. Objective To assess the effectiveness of physiotherapeutic modalities on pulmonary function, physical function, and psychosocial effect of patients diagnosed with COVID-19. Methods A comprehensive systematic literature search of CINAHL, PubMed, Embase, Cochrane library, and Scopus was done to retrieve potential peer-reviewed articles that assessed the effectiveness of physiotherapeutic modalities on pulmonary function, physical function, and psychosocial effect of patients diagnosed with COVID-19. Results Of the 1093 potential articles assessed, 9 met the inclusion criteria. The results demonstrated that respiratory rehabilitation improves respiratory function, exercise capacity, and quality of life in patients diagnosed with COVID-19. Conclusion Respiratory rehabilitation and telerehabilitation programs are effective in improving the functional capacity, quality of life, and respiratory function of patients diagnosed with COVID-19. Keywords: physiotherapeutic procedures; telerehabilitation; functional capacity; dyspnea capacity; pulmonary function.
Telerehabilitation in patients with multiple sclerosis
Zeiselová, Jitka ; Novotná, Klára (advisor) ; Kövári, Martina (referee)
The subject of this master thesis is telerehabilitation in pacients with multiple sclerosis with a focus on patients with higher neurological deficit. Multiple sclerosis is a chronic degenerative disease affecting the central nervous system. According to the latest information (31.12.2021) from the ReMuS register there is 17 148 patients with a multiple sclerosis in the Czech republic. Altogether 71 % from this amount are women. The aim of this thesis is breifly introduce the topic of multiple sclerosis, its etiopathogenesis, diagnostic, symptomatology and therapy, with a focus on rehabilitation. Next chapter of the theoretical part is dedicated to telemedicine. There are information about history of telemedicine, some possibilities of its use in other fields of rehabilitation and also describes some platforms which can be used for providing an online therapy. Practical part of the thesis consists of two sections. The first one contains a survey which investigates amount of awareness of telerehabilitation and also amount of interest of it in patients with multiple sclerosis, partially for the needs of the Saint Joseph's Home which plans to expand its rehabilitation services. In the second part we wanted to prove the feasibility of telerehabilitation in patients with higher neurological deficit...
Use of Mobile Applications in Vestibular Rehabilitation
Batelková, Barbora ; Kučerová, Klára (advisor) ; Bárta, Martin (referee)
The bachelor's thesis focuses on the use of mobile apps in vestibular rehabilitation. The main purpose of this thesis is to provide market research of mobile apps currently available at Google Play Store. Additional goal is to provide an overview of current literature relating to the use of the mobile apps in vestibular rehabilitation. Theoretical section summarizes knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the vestibular system, vestibular compensation mechanisms and vestibular rehabilitation practice. It also provides a brief information about mHealth apps and rehabilitation apps. Following topic is a retrieval of the literature scoping mobile apps in vestibular rehabilitation and a search of mobile applications available on the Google Play Store, that are or may be intended for use in vestibular rehabilitation. Experimental section consists of two case reports of patients with vestibular hypofunction using mobile app for 4-week therapy. Patients underwent 3 measurements (before, during and after the therapy) including Clinical Test of Sensory Interaction and Balance (CTSIB), Functional Gait Assessment (FGA), and Dynamic Visual Acuity Test (DVA). Also, a standardized questionnaire The European Evaluation of Vertigo scale was used and finally, patients were asked about satisfaction with the...
Evaluation of effect of mobile application CF Hero on compliance of inhalation treatment and respiratory physiotherapy of pediatric and juvenile patients with cystic fibrosis
Jirásek, Martin ; Plešková, Jana (advisor) ; Pokorný, Jan (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the adherence to inhaled treatment, its measurement, telemedicine and telerehabilitation and the possible use of the CF Hero mobile app in paediatric patients with cystic fibrosis. In the theoretical part, it presents knowledge about cystic fibrosis, adherence to treatment in patients with cystic fibrosis and possibilities of its measurement, telemedicine and telerehabilitation. The practical part describes the CF Hero mobile app, which has been the target of measurements on several patients. At the same time, a questionnaire was developed focusing on satisfaction with the use of this mobile application. Methods: The practical part was conducted as a multicentre prospective cross-over study investigating the effect of the CF Hero mobile app on adherence to inhaled treatment, respiratory quality of life and chest excursion The evaluation was conducted over a 6-month period, with the primary objective being to measure the amount of exhaled solution relative to the prescribed amount. Simultaneously, each patient underwent 3 identical examinations. These examinations included spirometric testing (FEV1, FVC, MEF50), measurement of chest excursion (axillary, mesosternal, xiphoid) and quality of life assessment using the CFQ-R questionnaire. It also included measurement of...
Changes in working abilities in a patient of productive age after total arthroplasty of weight-bearing supporting joint of the lower limb
ŠIMKOVÁ, Jana
Total lower limb endoprosthesis was originally indicated in elderly patients, as the fear of wear and tear was ingrained in younger, more active patients. Nowadays, with advances in implant design and surgical technology, it has become a viable option for patients of productive age who are reducing pain in all aspects of life. The aim of this work is to evaluate the changes in working abilities in patients of productive age after total endoprosthesis of the lower limb, and to map the possibilities of physiotherapy that will be beneficial for returning to working life. The bachelor thesis is divided into theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part describes the anatomy of the hip and knee joint with their interconnection, types of total hip arthroplasty, its indications and contraindications. Furthermore, the theoretical part deals with the division of rehabilitation before and after implantation of a total endoprosthesis and other physiotherapeutic procedures. The term "work skills" and their changes are defined. The practical part is based on case reports of patients who are in different time horizons from TEP of the hip joint. A detailed initial kinesiological analysis was created with three probands together with therapy, short-term and long-term physiotherapy plan, final kinesiological analysis. A kinesiological analysis is created retrospectively with three other probands. The case studies are supplemented by a questionnaire. The results reflect the positive effect of physiotherapy on health status and changes in working abilities after total hip arthroplasty.

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