MIRCIM 2017 Presentations

  • More lectures available for MIRCIM 2017 participants and for others with a password.
    To have access, please write to [email protected].

  • How to avoid being misled by the medical literature

    A lecture by Prof. Gordon Guyatt, from McMaster University, Canada, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Dual and triple antithrombotic therapies: current patterns of practice and controversies

    A lecture by Prof. Mark Crowther, from McMaster University, Canada, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Anticoagulation after a VTE episode: when is it necessary, for how long and which drug to use

    A lecture by Prof. Jeffrey Weitz, from McMaster University, Canada, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • When to restart anticoagulants after a bleeding event

    A lecture by Prof. James Douketis, from McMaster University, Canada, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • McMaster Textbook of Internal Medicine for course participants

    A lecture by Prof. Roman Jaeschke, from McMaster University, Canada, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Giant cell arteritis and other large vessel vasculitis

    A lecture by Prof. Bhaskar Dasgupta, from Southend University Hospital, UK, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Extra-articular manifestations in spondyloarthritis

    A lecture by Prof. Filip Van den Bosch, from Ghent University, Belgium, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Current management of gout

    A lecture by Prof. George Nuki, from University of Edinburgh, UK, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Opioids in the treatment of chronic pain

    A lecture by Prof. Jenny Legassie, from McMaster University, Canada, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • How can we improve survival after cardiac arrest: focus on postresuscitation care

    A lecture by Prof. Bernd W. Böttiger, from University Hospital of Cologne, Germany, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • New approach to perioperative cardiovascular care: a task for internists

    A lecture by Prof. P.J. Devereaux, from McMaster University, Canada, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Management of chronic heart failure: what should we change in our practice

    A lecture by Prof. Piotr Ponikowski, from Wroclaw Medical University, Poland, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Current treatment of dyslipidemia

    A lecture by Prof. Ian Graham, from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • How to treat arterial hypertension in elderly people

    A lecture by Prof. Franz H. Messerli, from Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, USA, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Monoclonal gammopathies: when and how to investigate

    A lecture by Prof. Mark Crowther, from McMaster University, Canada, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Nephrotic syndrome in adults: current management

    A lecture by Prof. Jürgen Floege, from RWTH Aachen University, Germany, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Prevention and management of diabetic foot: can we do more to limit amputations

    A lecture by Prof. Andrew Boulton, from University of Manchester, UK, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Current management of dyspepsia

    A lecture by Prof. Paul Moayyedi, from McMaster University, Canada, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Current management of acute nonvariceal gastrointestinal bleeding

    A lecture by Prof. Janusz Jankowski, from University of Central Lancashire, UK, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Approach to a patient with decompensated liver cirrhosis

    A lecture by Prof. Pere Ginès, from University of Barcelona, Spain, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • How to manage incidental pancreatic cysts in an evidence-based era

    A lecture by Prof. Paul Moayyedi, from McMaster University, Canada, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Current management of Clostridium difficile infection

    A lecture by Prof. Christine Lee, from McMaster University, Canada, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Approach to a patient with chronic cough

    A lecture by Dr Imran Satia, from University of Manchester, UK, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Current treatment of COPD

    A lecture by Prof. Jadwiga Wedzicha, from Imperial College London, UK, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Biologics for the treatment of severe refractory asthma

    A lecture by Prof. Paul O’Byrne, from McMaster University, Canada, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Radiological screening for pulmonary cancer: whom and how to screen

    A lecture by Prof. Julian Dobranowski, from McMaster University, Canada, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Treatment of type 2 diabetes and shared decision making

    A lecture by Prof. Victor M. Montori, from Mayo Clinic, USA, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Subclinical hypothyroidism: treating the number or the individual?

    A lecture by Prof. René Rodríguez-Gutiérrez, from Mayo Clinic, USA, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Approach to incidentally discovered adrenal mass

    A lecture by Prof. René Rodríguez-Gutiérrez, from Mayo Clinic, USA, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Choosing antibiotics wisely

    A lecture by Prof. Mark Loeb, from McMaster University, Canada, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Update on management of septic shock

    A lecture by Prof. Waleed Alhazzani, from McMaster University, Canada, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • Neurological emergencies: not to be missed

    A lecture by Prof. Wieslaw Oczkowski, from McMaster University, Canada, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

  • How to approach a patient with an overdose of new designer drugs

    A lecture by Prof. Dan Perri, from McMaster University, Canada, delivered at McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine in Kraków in May 2017.

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