Internal Medicine (VO)

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Course lecturer:

Mag. Dr.

 Florian Benischke
Course numberB3.06670.20.250
Course codeInn.Med.
Curriculum2016
Semester of degree program Semester 2
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
SPPW2,0
ECTS credits2,0
Language of instruction German

Students learn clinical images in internal medicine, pulmonology in, the cardiovascular-vascular system and endocrinology, emergencies can recognize and initiate corresponding emergency measures in patients (humans). You understand clinical diagnoses and findings, they can correctly interpret and understand how they impact on physiotherapy.

Internal Medicine: blood typing, ECG, cardiac output, pressure-volume relationship of the HerzventrikelReizleitungsstörungen, disturbances of cardiac contraction and cardiac output, effects of lung dysfunction to the work of the heart causes, symptoms, diagnosis, course, pathophysiology, medical therapy (pre-, post-operative treatment), the following malfunctions: Types of heart failure (eg, chronic, Rechtsherzinsuffi efficiency, ...) cardiac arrhythmias, MyokardinfarktHypertonie / Hypotonievenöse vascular disease (eg, post-thrombotic syndrome) arterial vascular disease (eg, peripheral vascular disease) bypass surgery Selected hämtologische and lymphatic disorders (eg, hemophilia ...) Endocrinology: Disorders of the endocrine system, pathological effects on the organ systems of the body causes, symptoms, diagnosis, course, pathophysiology, medical therapy (pre-, post-operative treatment) of the following selected disorders: diabetes mellitus, thyroid disease, OsteoporosePulmologie: Causes, symptoms, diagnosis, course, pathophysiology, medical therapy (pre-, post-operative treatment), the following functional disorders of adults, children and adolescents: respiratory diseases, lung, pleura, including operational Behandlungobstruktive and restrictive lung diseases disorders of the pulmonary circulation during disturbances of respiratory regulation / technology and the respiratory pump

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