In 2016 MEDICA EDUCATION CONFERENCE will offer a sophisticated, versatile and interdisciplinary program and bring together people from medicine and technology to experience. Conference President Professor Stefan Frantz would like to address in addition to the many international visitors also another target group - the technology fans. (Source: DGIM)
Professor Dr. med. Martin Götz, Head of Interdisciplinary Endoscopy, Internal Medicine I - Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Infectious Diseases at the University Hospital Tübingen, speaks in the video about the possibilities of diagnostic and interventional endoscopy procedures in gastroenterological disease pictures. (Source: DGIM)
A good self-management of the patients, which allows a close monitoring by the attending physicians, depends in the case of diabetes. The expert Dr. Julia Mader speaks about the opportunities offered by new technologies here in the video and at the conference. (Source: DGIM)
Telemedicine is a possible way to take care of patients with major chronical disease as diabetes, heart failure or COPD. Especially in rural areas, where doctors are missing, telemedicine could help to treat patients from a distance. Prof. Friedrich Köhler from the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin explains, which technical and medical requirements have to be met to maintain a high standard of quality. (Source: DGIM)
In Germany, two million people suffer from renal insufficiency - far more than expected before. Especially patients with diabetes or hypertonia are at risk. Many cases of renal insufficiency could be prevented by a regular screenings and blood analysis. During the MEDICA EDUCATION CONFERENCE 2016 in Düsseldorf, experts present new strategies to prevent an treat this severe condition.