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Current Research and Therapeutic Advances Towards Internal Medicine
- Internal Medicine 2018


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CME Sessions


Session 1: Internal Medicine and Critical care

Critical care medication is a branch of medication involved with diagnosing, prevention and management of severe conditions requiring sophisticated organ support and therefore the invasive observation. It might treat problems such as complications from surgery, accidents, infections, and severe breathing problems and aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the intensive care field. Critical care usually takes place in an intensive care unit (ICU) or trauma center.

Most physicians trained in critical care medicine work in hospital-based settings, usually in intensive care units. Within internal medicine, critical care medicine training is most commonly coupled with a pulmonary medicine frequently care of patients in intensive care units.

Relative hypotension

Extra-pulmonary complications

Intra cerebral hemorrhage

Chronic critical illness

Acute respiratory failure

Abdominal surgery

Cardiac surgery

Supraventricular arrhythmia

Session 2: Internal medicine and Vaccination

Vaccination is that the administrative of antigenic material to stimulate the individual’s system to develop reconciling immunity to an infectious agent. Vaccines stimulate body’s own system to guard the person against resultant infection or un-wellness. Some vaccinations also reduce transmission of infectious disease agents from immunized people to others thereby they can reduce the impact of infection spread.

Acellular pertussis vaccine

Haemophilus influenza type b vaccine

Inactivated poliovirus vaccine

Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine

Rotavirus vaccine

Influenza vaccine

Pediatric vaccine

Session 3: Internal medicine and its Case reports

In medicine, a case report is a detailed report of the patient’s symptoms, signs, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up. Case reports may contain a demographic profile of the patient, but usually describe an unusual or novel occurrence. Some case reports also contain a literature review of others reported.

Case reports do have genuinely useful roles in medical research and evidence-based medicine. In particular, they have facilitated recognition of new diseases, adverse effects of treatments. These case reports are included in many leading abstracting and indexing databases. They also help to understand the clinical spectrum of rare diseases, as well as presentation of the common diseases. They may also have a role to play in guiding the treatment in clinical practice.

Adenocarcinoma case reports

Inflammatory myopathy case reports

Hematological case reports

Neurological case reports

Pediatric case reports

Surgical case reports

Clinical case reports

Radiology care reports

Session 4: Internal medicine and Gynecology

Gynecology  is the branch of medicine dealing with health care of women, the diagnosis and treatment of disorders affecting the female reproductive system. Internal medicine physicians encounter the female patients with disease processes which may be directly related to female reproductive system and its endocrinology. Education in evaluation, examination, diagnosis and, management of basic  gynecological conditions will significantly enhance the internist’s ability to diagnose, treat a broader scope of patients.

Incontinence of urine


Ovarian cancer


Vulvar cancer

Fallopian tube disorders

Estrogen therapy


Ovarian dysgerminomas


Session 5: Internal medicine and Adult diseases

In older adults, age comes an ever-greater concern for one’s health. In spite of older adults enjoying the longer and also the additional fulfilling life spans, they continue to be larger risk of contracting disease due to a number of factors. These factors include a weakened immune system, decrease in the overall activity and use of the medications that impact body’s immune system response. Prevention measures usually include changes in one’s lifestyle, from increased exercise to quit smoking and alcohol consumption.

These included monocyclic systemic disease, polycyclic systemic disease, chronic articular monocyclic systemic disease, and chronic articular polycyclic systemic disease. People with chronic articular disease and poly articular disease were at higher risk to develop disabling arthritis.

Thyroid Disorders

Aging eye disorders

Skin Disorders & Conditions

Inflammatory Diseases



Anxiety disorder


Urinary incontinence

Type 1 diabetes

Session 6: Internal medicine and Emergency medicine

Emergency medicine is a medical speciality involving care for undifferentiated and unexpected patients, with sickness or injuries requiring immediate medical attention. In their role as first-line providers, emergency physicians are responsible for initiating investigations and interventions to diagnose and/or treat patients in the acute phase, coordinating care with physicians from different specialities, and making decisions regarding a patient's need for hospital admission, observation, or discharge.

Emergency physicians usually practice in hospital emergency departmentspre-hospital settings via emergency medical services, and medical care units, however may also work in primary care settings such as urgent care clinics. Emergency medicine is distinct from urgent care, which refers to immediate healthcare for less emergent medical issues, however, many emergency physicians work in urgent care settings.

Session 7: Internal medicine and Chronic disease

The treatment of chronic disease is often complicated by the coexistence of multiple medical conditions and by the presence of social and psychological impediments. Chronic disease management is a broad term that encompasses many different models for improving care for people with chronic disease.

The prevalence of chronic diseases is increasing in both the elderly and non-elderly populations, with a significant increase in the number of people with multiple chronic diseases. Chronic conditions have often been used to describe the various health related states of the human body such as syndromes, physical impairments, disabilities as well as diseases. For example, high blood pressure or hypertension is considered to be not only a chronic condition itself but also correlated to diseases such as heart attack or stroke

Respiratory diseases

Cardiac failure

Chronic kidney diseases

Obstructive pulmonary diseases


Ulcerative colitis

Coronary artery disease

Diabetes mellitus

Diabetes insipidus



Session 8: Internal medicine and Genomic medicine

The potential benefits of genomic medicine include improved disease risk assessment, selection of therapy and drug dosing. Its potential adverse effects include patient anxiety and the unnecessary and expensive tests and procedures that might follow from a genomic results. Genomic medicine, sometimes also known as personalized medicine, is a way to customize medical care to your body's unique genetic makeup.

Each of the cells in the body contains DNA, the molecules you inherit from your parents that determine how your body looks and functions. DNA is arranged like a twisted ladder, with information stored in the arrangement, or sequence, of the rungs. Sections of the DNA ladder that contain information needed to make proteins are known as genes.

Proteo genomics

Somatic mutation

Gene essentiality

Trinucleotide repeat disorders

Antisense oligonucleotide 

Molecular biology

Structural genomes

Session 9: Internal medicine and Primary care

Primary care is a healthcare given by the healthcare provider. This provider acts as first contact, principal point of continuing care for the patient within a health care system, and coordinates with other specialist care that the patient may need. Patients commonly get primary care from the primary care physician. Physicians specializing in internal medicine are called internist.

Primary care involves widest scope of healthcare, including patients of all the ages, patients of all socioeconomic and geographic origins and the patients seeking to maintain optimal health, patients with all manner of acute and chronic physical, mental and social health issues, including multiple chronic diseases. Consequently, Primary care doctor must possess a wide breadth of knowledge in many areas. Continuity is a key characteristic of the primary care, as patients usually prefer to consult same practitioner for routine check-ups and preventive care, health education, and every time the patient requires an initial consultation about a new health problem.

Neurology primary care

Endocrinology primary care

Psychiatry primary care

Rheumatology primary care

Dermatology primary care

Session 10: Internal medicine and Pharmaco epidemiology

Pharmaco epidemiology is the study of the uses and effect of the drug in a well-defined population. It provides an estimate of the probability of beneficial effects of a drug in a population and the probability of adverse effects. It can be called a bridge science covering both clinical pharmacology and epidemiology. 

Epidemiology is the study of the distribution and determinants of diseases and other health states in populations. Epidemiological studies can be divided into two main types. Descriptive epidemiology describes disease and exposure and may consist of calculating rates e.g., incidence and prevalence. Analytic epidemiology includes two types of studies: observational studies, such as case-control and cohort studies, and experimental studies which include clinical trials or randomized clinical trials.

Adverse drug reactions

Adverse drug events

Clinical and Pre-clinical studies

Session 11: Internal medicine and Hospital medicine

Hospital medicine is a type of practice within internal medicine in which the clinical focus is caring for hospitalized patients. Physicians whose primary professional focus is hospital medicine are called hospitalists. A Hospitalist is a practitioner who is engaged in clinical care, research, and leadership in the field of hospital medicine. Practitioners of hospital medicine include physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants.

The scope of hospital medicine includes acute patient care, teaching, research, and executive leadership related to the delivery of hospital-based care.  Hospital medicine is a relatively new phenomenon as such it is the fastest growing specialty in the history of medicine.








Infectious diseases

Chronic diseases

Pleural diseases

Pulmonary embolism

Session 12:  Internal medicine and Endocrinology

An internist who concentrates on disorders of the internal (endocrine) glands such as the thyroid and adrenal glands. The principle problems endocrinologists encounter include goiter, thyroid nodules, thyroid dysfunction, diabetes mellitus, hyper and hypocalcaemia, adrenal cortex dysfunction, endocrine hypertension, gonadal disorders, disorders of sodium and water balance, manifestations of pituitary disorders, disorders of bone metabolism, and hyperlipidemia. 

An endocrinologist is a specialist doctor, who specializes in the endocrine system, which includes diabetes, thyroid, etc. The endocrine system involves a number of feedback mechanisms, so that often one hormone will control the action or release of another secondary hormone if there is too much of the secondary hormone, it may provide negative feedback to the primary hormone, maintaining homeostasis.

Thyroid diseases



Diabetic insipidus


Graves disease

Growth hormone deficiency


Primary aldosteronism

Session 13: Internal medicine and Clinical pharmacist

Clinical pharmacy is a branch of Pharmacy where pharmacists provide patient care that optimizes the use of medication and promotes health, wellness, and disease prevention. The clinical pharmacists in the care of hospitalized patients has evolved over time, with increased emphasis on collaborative care and patient interaction.

Clinical pharmacists have extensive education in the biomedical, pharmaceutical and clinical sciences. Clinical pharmacists interact directly with patients in several different ways. They use their knowledge of medication to determine if a medication plan is appropriate for their patient. If it is not, the pharmacist will consult the primary physician to ensure that the patient is on the proper medication plan. The purpose of this review was to evaluate the published literature on the effects of interventions by clinical pharmacists on processes and outcomes of care in hospitalized adults.

Geriatric inpatients


Pharmacology, medicinal chemistry

Clinical pharmacy

Pharmaceutical technology

Pharmacokinetics & dynamics

Session 14: Internal medicine and Immunology

Immunology is a broad branch of biomedical science that covers the study of all aspects of the immune system in all organisms. It deals with, among other things, the physiological functioning of the immune system in states of both health and disease; malfunctions of the immune system in immunological disorders (autoimmune disease, hypersensitivities, immune deficiency).

Immunology involves the management of disorders related to the immune system. These conditions range from the very common to the very rare, spanning all ages and encompassing various organ systems.


Hodgkin’s Disease

Reye’s Syndrome


Reynaud’s Disease

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Session 15: Internal medicine and Infectious diseases

Infectious diseases are disorders caused by organisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites. Infectious disease is the subspecialty of internal medicine dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of communicable diseases of all types, in all organs, and in all ages of patients.

The Division of Infectious Diseases provides expertise in the treatment of infectious diseases in both inpatient and outpatient settings. In addition, the division also offers a broad range of research opportunities, including basic laboratory investigation, translational research, clinical trials, and clinical epidemiology.

Bacterial infections

Parasitic infections

Fungal infections

Viral infections









Market Report


The common members associated with the conference Internal medicine and Practice are the health professionals like Physicians, Surgeons, Dentists, Physiotherapists, Nursing Professionals, Pharmacists, people working in clinical research organizations. There are currently about 2107 physicians (internists) licensed to practice in Miami. There are about 38000 physicians (internists) licensed to practice in US.


  • Surgical hospitals
  • Medical-surgical hospitals
  • Maternity hospitals
  • Children's hospitals
  • Maternity and Children's hospitals
  • Psychiatric hospitals
  • Hospitals for illnesses of the thorax
  • Oncological hospitals
  • Ophthalmic hospitals
  • Traumatological and rehabilitation hospitals
  • Psycho-physical rehabilitation hospitals
  • Geriatric and long term care hospitals
  • Leprological and dermatological hospitals


Internal medicine physicians are specialists who apply scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to the diagnosis, treatment, and compassionate care of adults across the spectrum from health to complex illness. Many internists enter into practice following completion of their basic internal medicine training.  These physicians practice “general internal medicine” and are commonly referred to as “general internists.” Some internists choose to take additional training to "subspecialize" in a more focused area of internal medicine.

 The shortage of physicians in rural and remote areas provides opportunity for internal medicine to spread its reach to millions of patients and this widespread deployment of services will continue at a rapid pace in the future as well. In the latest research study, “Global Internal Medicine Market Outlook”, the analysts have studied the complete Internal medicine industry with focus on market segmentation, government initiatives and competitive landscape. Global Internal Medicine market was valued at USD 174.14 billion in 2014. The market size of the Internal medicine is highest in USA, which is need to be get propagated across the globe in order to develop.

Demographic representation (%)

The internal medicine market is also benefiting from changes in the insurance landscape, with more companies covering complementary and alternative medical care. One major obstacle to industry growth involves the comparatively slack condition of its regulations, and less extensive research and developing methods than in modern medicine. The degree of risk associated with internal medicine is sometimes perceived as higher, relative to more mainstream healthcare in developed countries. As we can see the market value of Internal Medicine in 2010 it was 67billion $, and due to the subsequent rise, it is expected to be 155 billion$ till 2020. We can see this graphical representation in the below-mentioned graph. 

 Internal Medicine market growth rate is 5-7% yearly. The market value of the Internal Medicine is increasing gradually. And it is likely to increase to 17332million $ till 2018. This is a huge leap from 2014 -2018; the market value is subsequently increasing, as it is shown below in a graphical representation.


The market study doesn’t cover the market size in terms of volume. Some companies in this market are privately owned and their revenues are not available in the public domain. Hence, revenue for those companies is not included in this report. Company developments not reported in the public domain are not included in this report.


Society of General Internal Medicine

American College of Physicians

American Medical Association

Philippine Medical Association

National Society of Genetic Counselors 

The Royal Society of Medicine

The University of Texas Medical

Infectious Diseases Society of America: IDSA

European Society of Cardiology

Japanese Circulation Society


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