Internal Medicine

Internal medicine is one of the most complex branches of medicine, dealing comprehensively with the internal organs and their pathologies. Often multiple, prolonged symptoms or general discomfort feeling can lead to a visit. Internal medicine specialises in the cardiovascular, digestive, respiratory, metabolic, endocrine and haematological systems.

Internal Medicine

Internal medicine consultation

The aim of an internal medicine consultation is for the specialist to gain a detailed insight into the patient's symptoms, complaints and known medical conditions, allowing further tests to be carried out to make an accurate diagnosis. The doctor can then propose a comprehensive and complex therapy and solution to the patient to restore their health and improve their well-being.

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Pre-operative internal medical examination

Whether it's a minor or major surgical intervention, it always poses a challenge for the body. In order to minimize the number of complications and to allow the operating doctor to be aware of all important information about the patient, a preoperative internal medicine examination is essential.

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ECG assessment and analysis

Electrocardiography (ECG) is a diagnostic precedure in internal medicine designed to map the heart's electric activity and detect possible heart rhythm abnormalities. Skilled examination and interpretation of EKG may be necessary in various situations: it is often part of annual routine check-ups, essential for obtaining a driver's license, and required before surgeries. For a physician experienced in EKG recording and interpretation, an EKG report is like an open book, carrying crucial information about the health of the cardiovascular system.

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Evaluation and intervention for obesity and overweight problems

Obesity is now a widespread disease, with almost ⅔ of the population overweight or obese. Obesity is caused by many factors, including habits, environmental factors and certain diseases.

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Blood pressure regulation

Blood pressure disease affects an increasing proportion of the population. It can be caused by lifestyle factors, but also by an inherited predisposition. Today's modern medication is an excellent way to keep blood pressure under control and lifestyle therapy can put your health on the right track.

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INR monitoring, therapy modification and adjustment

The INR (International Normalized Ratio) is a standardized, internationally recognized measure used to describe the pace of blood clotting. It can be used to assess the tendency for bleeding or blood clot formation. By using INR, we can obtain interpretable results for examining blood coagulation anywhere in the world. INR monitoring is particularly important if the patient is taking medications that affect blood clotting, such as anticoagulants like warfarin.

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Examination of unknown cause of chest or abdominal pain

It's always important to pay attention to your body's signals, as they give you important information about whether your health is on the right track. Checking for chest and abdominal pain is key to identifying and treating potential health problems. Long-lasting or sudden but severe pain can often be a symptom of serious conditions such as cardiovascular disease, gastrointestinal disorders, lung problems or even kidney problems.

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