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The students should: acquire basic knowledge about the phyisiopathologic mechanism of the health problems elucidated during the lessons, knowing the most important clinical aspects and complications. They should also learn the fundamental medical treatment and other therapeutic options, being able to face particular cases and to discuss unclear aspects.
Purpose to be implemented and target to be reached
Reflect about various clinical aspects in order to identify critical situations and subsequently take the best decision for the patient. The student should be also able to discuss about ambiguous aspects, well remembering the nurses’ central role in patients care.
Hypertension: definition, epidemiology, physiopathology, causes, classification, early and late complications, treatment
Atrial fibrillation and atrial flutter: definition, epidemiology, physiopathology, causes, classification, early and late complications, medical treatment, ablation and cardioversion, risk of thromboembolism and its prevention, oral anticoagulants
Heart failure: definition, epidemiology, classification, causes, prevention, early diagnosis, treatment of comorbidities, medical and non-medical treatment (sudden cardiac death prevention and cardiac resynchronisation therapy), outpatient clinic and follow-up, malnutrition and its treatment, the central role of dedicated nurses in the follow up
Anaemia: definition, epidemiology physiopathology, causes, clinical diagnosis and laboratory test, therapy in brief
Leukaemia and lymphomas: definition, epidemiology physiopathology, causes, clinical diagnosis and laboratory test, therapy in brief
Rheumatologic diseases: epidemiology, classification and clinical aspects of rheumatic disorders; diagnosis and clinical aspects of arthrosis and rheumatic arthritis
Most important haemorrhagic diseases: short elucidation and treatment in brief
|Dennis L. Kasper, Eugene Braunwald, Anthony Fauci, Stephen Hauser, Dan Longo, J. Larry Jameson||Harrison - Principi di Medicina Interna.2 voll. (Edizione 19)||McGraw-Hill, Milano||2015|
Written exhamination. 15 multiple choice questions, with only one correct answer.
The questions will deal with the programm elucidated during the lessons.
The student will be assigned 2 point every correct answer and the best result will be 30/30 point as usual.