12/09/2016Diabetes is a chronic disease affecting currently more than 415 million people worldwide with a constant increase in numbers.
16/09/2016For a long time, a leaky heart valve could only be repaired or replaced in open-heart surgery. Today, valves can often be repaired using a catheter via the groin.
21/07/2016One of the many options for doctors from all disciplines is the opportunity to acquire the internationally-recognized Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS®) certificate.
15/07/2016Telemedicine could save hundreds of heart patients from a hospital stay each day. Studies show that digital, around-the-clock care can greatly improve life expectancy and quality of life. Experts see telecardiology as a promising early-warning system to improve the quality of care in heart patients – particularly in rural regions.
08/04/2016The third dimension is entering the operating rooms. For minimally invasive surgeries, 3D technology allows three-dimensional vision and therefore enables more precise and faster operations. This means an even shorter healing process for patients.
08/04/2016At a press conference for the MEDICA EDUCATION CONFERENCE in April in Mannheim, the project manager of the study, Professor Dr. med. Matthias Girndt from the University Hospital Halle/Saale, speaks about the results and possibilities for prevention and therapy.
16/03/2016For the third time, the German Association for Internal Medicine (DGIM) is organizing the MEDICA EDUCATION CONFERENCE, together with the Messe Düsseldorf. This conference offers participants a unique opportunity to gather and exchange information about new technologies and their medical application in the framework of an advanced scientific training course.