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.

Structure, function and dysfunction of the selected cardiovascular system:Students learn the structure, the function of the cardiovascular system. They will learn the physiological and pathological changes in the cardiovascular system and the impact on the entire organism. They will learn selected disorders of the cardiovascular system: the cause, pathology, pathophysiology, symptoms, diagnosis, course of disease and its treatment. They will learn the medical (conservative, surgical) treatment of functional disorders of the cardiovascular system.
They know the relevant clinical images and can assign a medical diagnosis and how it affects the physical therapy. They can understand and correctly interpret the medical findings, as they constitute the basis of physical therapy.
Physiotherapy process with selected disorders of the cardiovascular system:Students are able to perform according to doctors for physical therapy as part of the overall medical process. This includes the steps problem identification, planning, implementation and quality assurance, evaluation, documentation and reflection.
They can capture the health problems of patients seen in the existing findings, physiotherapy and relevant information necessary to keep the doctor or other competent persons consulted about the lack of relevant information.
Students are able to recognize contraindications for physiotherapy treatment.
They can - guided by hypotheses - create a physical therapy diagnosis based on the results of the information by application of job-specific procedures through inspection, palpation and functional examination.
They can document the course of treatment and analyze the development results.
Structure, Function, and selected functional disorders of the endocrine system:Students learn the structure, the function of the endocrine system. They learn the physiological and pathological changes of the endocrine system and the impact on the entire organism. They learn selected disorders of the endocrine system: the cause, pathology, pathophysiology, symptoms, diagnosis, course of disease and its treatment. They learn the medical (conservative surgical) treatment of functional disorders of the endocrine system.
They know the relevant clinical images and they can assign a medical diagnosis and how it affects the physical therapy. They can understand and correctly interpret the medical findings, as they constitute the basis of physical therapy.
Physiotherapy process with selected disorders of the endocrine system:Students will be able to perform physical therapy as part of the overall medical process according to the doctor's orders. This includes the steps problem identification, planning, implementation and quality assurance, evaluation, documentation and reflection.
They can capture the health problems of patients seen in the existing findings, physiotherapy and relevant information necessary to keep contact with the doctor or other competent persons consulted about the lack of relevant information.
Students are able to recognize contraindications for physiotherapy treatment tables.
They can - guided by hypotheses - create a physical therapy diagnosis based on the results of the gained information by application of job-specific procedures through inspection, palpation and functional examination.
They can document the course of treatment and analyze the development and results.
Structure (anatomy):* Anatomy of the abdomen (pelvic, gastrointestinal tract, pancreas ...)* Anatomy of the genitourinary system in men and women* Anatomy of the breast (glandular tissue, lymph tissue, ...)
Function (physiology):* Physiology of the abdomen* Physiology of the urogenital tract in men and women* physiology of the breast
Pathophysiology:* pathomechanics of the pelvic floor, the gastrointestinal tract ...* pathomechanics of the genitourinary system in men and women
Impairment:Causes, symptoms, course, diagnosis, pathophysiology, medical treatment (including pre-and post-operative and conservative treatment), the following disorders:
Abdomen:* disorders of the abdomen including abdominal surgery
Genitourinary:* physiotherapy-related disorders of the uro-genital tract including surgical technique (eg incontinence, descensus, dysfunction of sphincter muscle ...)
Mom:* technique of breast examination (including instrumental technique)* benign disorders* malignant disorders (eg, breast cancer ...)* (plastic) surgery of the breast* Removal of lymph nodes

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

Steffers, G. & Crednar, S. (2006). Allgemeine Krankheitslehre und Innere Medizin für Physiotherapeuten, Physiolehrbuch Krankheitslehre, 1. Auflage. Stuttgart: Thieme Verlag.

* Ebelt-Paprotny + Preis: Leitfaden Physiotherapie; Urban&Fischer München 2008 (5. Auflage) * Schmidt + Zimmer: Chirurgie, Urban&Fischer München 2005 * Menche + Klare: Innere Medizin, Urban&Fischer München 2005 * Menche: Biologie, Anatomie, Physiologie, Urban&Fischer München 2003 (5. Auflage) * Platzer: Taschenatlas der Anatomie 1 - Bewegungsapparat, Thieme Stuttgart (rezente Auflage) * Fritsch + Kühnel: Taschenatlas der Anatomie 2 - Innere Organe, Thieme Stuttgart (rezente Auflage) * Reuter: Taschenwörterbuch Medizin, Springer Heidelberg 2001* Marischler: Endokrinologie; Urban&Fischer München 2007