Poslední úprava: doc. MUDr. Vilém Danzig, Ph.D. (26.09.2018)
The aim of new courses Cardiology elective A and B is case based teaching of cardiovascular diseases. The
whole course will be organized as rounds with experienced mentors who would choose interesting cases of
cardiovascular diseases. Students will take the patient history and do physical examination under the supervision
of their mentor and then the specific case will be discussed. The focus will be on differential diagnosis, methods
and also possible therapeutic possibilities for each particular case. Alternatively, part of the teaching will be
performed in several diagnostic laboratories (cathlabs, echolab etc) of our department. Every practical (rounds) will
be unique due to the spectrum of at that time hospitalized patients, thus every week there will be a new disease
case. This course is not meant to replace standard cardiology course that is organized by our department during
the 5th year. But rather to be a complimentary teaching which should help the students to develop superb clinical
skills and thinking. The teaching will be performed in maximally interactive way, therefore the students are
expected to be very proactive. Due to various cases which will be discussed there will not be exact syllabus ahead
of course and the program will be adjusted according to present patients at the department. This the course A and
B will have different programs and passing course A is not required for course B.
Sylabus - angličtina
Poslední úprava: doc. MUDr. Vilém Danzig, Ph.D. (18.02.2019)
The cardiology elective B starts from 19th February 2019, the introductory lesson starts at 14:30 at the 2nd Department of Internal Medicine in the Eiselt hall (entrance A14b, 1st floor).
The teaching will take place at the 2nd Department of Internal Medicine every Tuesday from 14:30, students will be met in front of the Eiselt Hall before every lecture.
More information will be provided by email if necessary: assoc. prof. Josef Kořínek, MD, firstname.lastname@example.org; assoc. prof. Petr Kuchynka, MD, petr.kuchynka@vfn.