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Available today Five demonstration cases corresponding to 10 years of follow-up care on a cardiac patient Please note that the first clinical cases edited by the French University "Centre Hospitalo-Universitaire (CHU) de Bordeaux - France", are only available in French. New cases edited in English from other medical Universities will soon be available on MedicActiv.

Development of cardiovascular pathology of male aged 52-58 years (Family physician)

Cardiovascular development over six years of a patient with multiple risk factors. First consultation for a simple routine medical exam. As the family physician, you will follow the patient over 5 consultations. The patient is also being monitored by his cardiologist: Case – development of cardiovascular pathology of  male aged 57-58 years (Cardiologist).
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Target audience
Medical student, family physician
Author
Cardiological hospital of Haut-Leveque, Bordeaux University Hospital
Publication date
20151009
Estimated duration
1 hour 15 minutes
Key words : #hypertension, #dyslipidemia, #smoking, #work stress

Pedagogical objectives

  • primary medical preventative check-up
  • diagnosis of heart failure
  • therapeutic optimization and monitoring of heart failure.

Patient profile

52-year-old male

Author

Lead author presentation

Hospital physician - Cardiologist, specialist in heart failure

Other authors

None

Other related cases

  • Development of cardiovascular pathology of  male aged 57-58 years (Cardiologist)
  • 63 year old man hospitalized for heart failure
  • 63-year-old male, development of heart failure after hospitalization for atrial fibrillation (family physician)
  • 63-year-old man, development of heart failure after hospitalization for atrial fibrillation (Cardiologist)

Legal information

Reference sources

  • Global cardiovascular risk assessment methods
  • Reference HAS 2004
  • European Society of Cardiology guidelines on cardiovascular risk factors 2012
  • European Society of Cardiology guidelines on arterial hypertension 2013
  • SCORE index calculation chart

Statement of interest

None

Development of cardiovascular pathology of male aged 57-58 years (Cardiologist)

Support for a patient with multiple cardiovascular risk factors at the request of a family physician colleague. As a cardiologist, you will follow the patient for 4 consultations. This takes place in parallel with the care from the family physician on the case: Development of cardiovascular pathology of male aged 52-58 years (family physician)
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Target audience
Medical student, Cardiologist
Author
Cardiological hospital of Haut-Leveque, Bordeaux University Hospital
Publication date
20151009
Estimated duration
1 hour 15 minutes
Key words : #dyspnea of effort, #fatigue, #cardiac failure, #orthopnea

Pedagogical objectives

  • Diagnosis of heart failure
  • Etiologic and prognostic evaluation
  • Therapeutic strategy

Patient profile

A 57 year old man

Author

Lead author presentation

Hospital physician - Cardiologist, specialist heart failure

Other authors

None

Other related cases

  • Development of cardiovascular pathology of  male aged 52-58 years (family physician)
  • 63-year-old male hospitalized for heart failure
  • 63-year-old male, development of heart failure after hospitalization for atrial fibrillation (family physician)
  • 63-year-old man, development of heart failure after hospitalization for atrial fibrillation (Cardiologist)

Legal information

Reference sources

  • European Society of Cardiology guidelines on heart failure 2012
  • SCORE index calculation chart

Statement of interest

None

63-year-old male hospitalized for heart failure

A patient arrives at the emergency room sent by his family physician for sudden onset acute dyspnea. You will take care of this patient as an emergency room physician, then as a hospital cardiologist for release consultation. This case takes place while the patient is being monitored by his family physician and cardiologist: Case – development of cardiovascular pathology of  male aged 57-58 years (family physician and cardiologist).
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Target audience
Medical student, Cardiologist
Author
Cardiological hospital of Haut-Leveque, Bordeaux University Hospital
Publication date
20151009
Estimated duration
45 mn
Key words : #pulmonary edema, #atrial fibrillation, #acute respiratory distress

Pedagogical objectives

  • Management of acute heart failure and atrial fibrillation

Patient profile

A 63 year old man

Author

Lead author presentation

Hospital physician - Cardiologist, specialist heart failure

Other authors

None

Other related cases

  • Development of cardiovascular pathology of  male aged 52-58 years (family physician)
  • Development of cardiovascular pathology of  male aged 57-58 years (Cardiologist)
  • 63-year-old male, development of heart failure after hospitalization for atrial fibrillation (family physician)
  • 63-year-old man, development of heart failure after hospitalization for atrial fibrillation (Cardiologist)

Legal information

Reference sources

  • European Society of Cardiology guidelines on heart failure, 2012
  • European Society of Cardiology guidelines on atrial fibrillation, 2012

Statement of interest

None

63-year-old male, development of heart failure after hospitalization for atrial fibrillation (family physician)

After his release from a hospital stay for the implantation of a defibrillator with resynchronization and after a stay in a rehabilitation center you will follow your regular patient for 2 consultations as a family physician to monitor for heart failure.
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Target audience
Medical student, General Practitioner
Author
Cardiological hospital of Haut-Leveque, Bordeaux University Hospital
Publication date
20151009
Estimated duration
45 mn
Key words : #heart failure, #diabetes

Pedagogical objectives

  • Early reassessment of severe heart failure after rehabilitation and installation of a defibrillator with resynchronization
  • Revaluation of diabetes
  • Prevention of decompensation.

Patient profile

A 63 year old man

Author

Lead author presentation

Hospital physician - Cardiologist, specialist heart failure

Other autors

None

Other related cases

  • Development of cardiovascular pathology of  male aged 52-58 years (family physician)
  • Development of cardiovascular pathology of  male aged 57-58 years (Cardiologist)
  • 63-year-old male hospitalized for heart failure
  • 63-year-old man, development of heart failure after hospitalization for atrial fibrillation (Cardiologist)

Legal information

Reference sources

  • European Society of Cardiology guidelines on heart failure, 2012
  • European Society of Cardiology guidelines on infective endocarditis, 2009

Statement of interest

None

63-year-old man, development of heart failure after hospitalization for atrial fibrillation (Cardiologist)

After his release from a hospital stay for the implantation of a defibrillator with resynchronization and after a rehabilitation center stay you will follow your regular patient as a cardiologist for 2 consultations to assess his cardiopathy. This case involves a male of 63 years hospitalized for heart failure.
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Target audience
Medical student, Cardiologist
Author
Cardiological hospital of Haut-Leveque, Bordeaux University Hospital
Publication date
20151009
Estimated duration
45 mn
Key words : #heart failure, #sleep apnea, #left bundle branch block, #defibrillator, #resynchronization

Pedagogical objectives

  • Reevaluation of severe heart failure
  • Therapeutic optimization
  • Consider defibrillator with cardiac resynchronization

Patient profile

A 63 year old man

Author

Lead author presentation

Hospital physician - Cardiologist, specialist heart failure

Other authors

None

Other related cases

  • Development of cardiovascular pathology of  male aged 52-58 years (family physician)
  • Development of cardiovascular pathology of  male aged 57-58 years (Cardiologist)
  • 63-year-old male hospitalized for heart failure
  • 63-year-old male, development of heart failure after hospitalization for atrial fibrillation (family physician)

Legal information

Reference sources

  • European Society of Cardiology guidelines on heart failure 2012

Statement of interest

None

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