THE 10th PAN-EURASIAN CONFERENCE
ORGANISED BY THE EURASIAN ASSOCIATION OF THERAPISTS
«INTERNAL MEDICINE CONFERENCE»


  • October, 21 - The beginning of the translation 09:30 AM (UTC +3)
  • October, 22 - The beginning of the translation 10:00 AM (UTC +3)
  • October, 23 - The beginning of the translation 10:00 AM (UTC +3)

PROGRAMME

Day 1 of the conference
09:30-09:50 AM
Conference opening
Hall “Moscow”
Greetings:
A.G. Arutyunov Secretary General of the Eurasian Association of Therapists (Russia, Moscow)
Introduction:
G.P. Arutyunov President of the Eurasian Association of Therapists (Russia, Moscow) O.B. Melekhova Minister of Health of the Perm Krai (Russia, Perm) I.G. Bakulin Chief non-staff therapist of the Northwestern Federal District of the Russian Federation (Russia, St. Petersburg)
09:50-11:25 AM
Plenary session
Hall “Moscow”
Immune‐mediated inflammatory diseases and the comorbidity-related issues.
V.I. Mazurov (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Results of the international registry ACTIV-COV.
A.G. Arutyunov (Moscow, Russia)
3 elements of the complex protection for elderly patients with atrial fibrillation
(supported by Bayer, no CME points)
G.P. Arutyunov (Moscow, Russia)
Cardiovascular diseases in the Russian Federation.
O.M. Drapkina (Moscow, Russia)
Treatment of chronic heart failure: the future starts today
Yu.M. Lopatin (Volgograd, Russia)
Hepatitis C in the daily practice of a therapist. The current state of the problem.
I.G. Nikitin (Moscow, Russia)
How to minimize the risk of cardiovascular complications of coronary artery disease. An individual approach to the choice of lipid-lowering therapy.
(supported by Abbott, no CME points)
Ya.A. Orlova (Moscow, Russia)
11:25-11:45 AM
Panel discussion “Pro vs Contra”
Hall “Moscow”
Prediabetes: is it diet versus pills?
G.R. Galstyan (Moscow, Russia), G.A. Manushakyan (Moscow, Russia)
11:45 AM-12:00 PM
Break
12:00-01:15 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Satellite symposium
“Practical advice to a therapist from a cardiologist and neurologist: choosing a NOAC for a patient with AF”
(supported by Boehringer Ingelheim, no CME points)
An updated approach to treating a patient with AF in practice of a therapist: what do the ESC 2020 guidelines say?
T.V. Adasheva (Moscow, Russia)
A patient with AF had a stroke while taking a NOAC! Why did this happen, and can it be treated effectively?
D.Yu. Karpov (Barnaul, Russia)
01:15-02:00 PM
Break
02:00-03:15 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Satellite symposium
“Managing patients with cardiovascular comorbidities”
(supported by Merck, no CME points)
Chairman: G.P. Arutyunov (Moscow, Russia)
Beta-blockers in the treatment of hypertension. The focus on hyper sympathicotonia.
G.P. Arutyunov (Moscow, Russia)
Coronary artery disease and hypertension.
O.A. Kislyak (Moscow, Russia)
Fixed combinations. Clinical review.
O.D. Ostroumova (Moscow, Russia)
03:15-03:30 PM
Break
03:30-04:45 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Satellite symposium
“Choosing antihypertensive therapy for patients with high cardiovascular risk”
(supported by Berlin-Chemie, no CME points)
Chairman: G.P. Arutyunov (Moscow, Russia), A.G. Arutyunov (Moscow, Russia)
The latest recommendations for the treatment of hypertension.
G.P. Arutyunov (Moscow, Russia)
Principles and criteria for choosing antihypertensive therapy in patients with hypertension and comorbidities.
A.G. Arutyunov (Moscow, Russia)
Discussion, the exchange of views.
G.P. Arutyunov (Moscow, Russia),
A.G. Arutyunov (Moscow, Russia)
04:45-05:00 PM
Break
05:00-06:00 PM
The future of modern medicine — before and after the pandemic
Hall “Moscow”
How will European medicine change after the pandemic?
A. A. Vardanyan (Paris, France)
The future of anesthesiology and resuscitation in a metropolis. Preparedness for the new challenges.
D.N. Protsenko (Moscow, Russia)
Experience of Belarus. Will cardiology change with the latest data on myocarditis?
A.S. Rudoy (Minsk, Belarus)
Heart failure in Slovenia in the COVID Era.
Bojan Vrtovec (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Management of diabetes during Covid-19 — do we expect a sharp rise afterwards?
Macut Djuro (Belgrade, Serbia)
Prevention of embolisms — lessons from the pandemic.
A.B. Sugraliev (Almaty, Kazakhstan)
Day 2 of the conference
10:00-11:15 AM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
10:00-11:15 AM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Symposium
"Results of promising new clinical trials”
Cardiometabolic disorders in young people with normal body weight and obesity.
P.E. Tkachenko (Chelyabinsk, Russia)
Analysis of risk factors that affect long-term results of percutaneous coronary interventions in patients over 80 years old with acute coronary syndrome.
K.Yu. Berezhnoy (Moscow, Russia)
Clinical signs and symptoms of temporomandibular joint dysfunction and dental status of patients with chronic cerebrovascular disease.
A.V. Logvinenko (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Renal disorders in deceased patients with liver cirrhosis who satisfied the criteria for hepatorenal syndrome during their lifetime.
D.I. Gavrilenko (Gomel, Belarus)
Artificial intelligence algorithms for predicting complications in patients with atrial fibrillation. Progress report.
A.Yu. Suvorov (Moscow, Russia)
Assessment of the association of diabetic nephropathy with cardiovascular risk prediction tools in patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus.
A.E. Goldschmid (Moscow, Russia)
11:15-11:30 AM
Break
11:30 AM-01:35 PM
Speed Session
Hall “Moscow”
11:30 AM-12:20 PM
Speed session “Comprehensive approach to anticoagulant prescription: to whom? when? how?” The first step to saving the life of a patient with AF.
A.G. Arutyunov (Moscow, Russia)
Protecting the elderly patients with AF from stroke as the main goal of treatment.
G.P. Arutyunov (Moscow, Russia)
Can the risk of coronary events be reduced in patients with AF?
E.M. Nifontov (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Patients with AF before and after PCI. The approaches to prevention of thrombotic events.
A.N. Yakovlev (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Can the risk of renal impairment be reduced in patients with AF?
N.A. Koziolova (Perm, Russia)
Nuisance bleedings in AF patients taking NOACs.
E.I. Tarlovskaya (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia)
Hematuria in a patient with AF who is taking a NOAC. What to do?
M.M. Batyushin (Rostov-on-Don, Russia)
How does one slow down the “aging” of the brain? Cognitive impairment in patients with AF.
Ya.A. Orlova (Moscow, Russia)
Secondary prevention of stroke in patients with AF.
S.S. Kucherenko (Saint Petersburg, Russia)

12:20-01:05 PM
Expert discussion of the pressing issues
01:05-01:35 PM
SESSION “Questions & Answers” (individual Zoom rooms)
01:35-02:15 PM
Break
02:15-03:30 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Satellite symposium
“A patient with CHF: emphasis on the life-saving therapy. Pump, pipe, filter”
(supported by Novartis, no CME points)
A patient with CHF and CKD. Focus on the filter.
G.P. Arutyunov (Moscow, Russia)
A patient with CHF and type 2 diabetes. How to straighten the priorities of protecting the heart.
A.I. Chesnikova (Rostov-on-Don, Russia)
A patient with a history of acute decompensated heart failure. Focus on the pump. The time is running out.
The speaker is to be confirmed.
03:30-03:45 PM
Break
03:45-05:00 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Symposium
“A treatment strategy for COVID-19. What do we know?” Two strategies for treating COVID-19. 9 months of experience.
A.G. Arutyunov (Moscow, Russia)
Efficacy and limitations of Janus kinase inhibitors and IL-6 blockers.
S.K. Zyryanov (Moscow, Russia)
Lung damage in COVID-19.
M.V. Boldina (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia)
Detectability of IgG to SARS-CoV-2 in different age groups.
V.V. Shustov (Moscow, Russia)
Is aspirin an enemy or a helper in a COVID-19 patient?
I.A. Zolotovskaya (Samara, Russia)
05:00-05:30 PM
End of the second day of the Conference
Closing remarks
Day 3 of the conference
10:00-11:15 AM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Satellite symposium
“Gout and bone tissue”
(supported by Berlin-Chemie, no CME points)
Chairman — M.S. Eliseev (Moscow, Russia)
Co-chairperson — E.V. Ilinykh (Moscow, Russia)
Gout and bone tissue: osteoporosis, osteonecrosis, and osteodestruction.
M.S. Eliseev (Moscow, Russia)
Treatment of gout: different countries — different guidelines.
E.V. Ilinykh (Moscow, Russia)
Should we prescribe urate-lowering therapy during an exacerbation?
M.E. Eliseeva (Moscow, Russia)
11:15-11:30 AM
Break
11:30 AM-01:35 PM
Speed Session
Hall “Moscow”
11:30 AM-12:20 PM
Speed session “A closer look at heart failure - a team approach”
Heart failure with low ejection fraction
G.P. Arutyunov (Moscow, Russia)
Does type 2 diabetes trigger or worsen the heart failure?
G.R. Galstyan (Moscow, Russia)
Obesity and heart failure
V.V. Salukhov (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Heart failure and the prognosis.
Gheorghe Andrei Dan (Romania)
Sodium-hydrogen exchangers (NHE) and their role in the development of heart failure
Yu.Sh. Khalimov (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Kidney as part of cardiorenal metabolic syndrome
Janaka Karalliedde (London, England)
Heart failure and SGLT2
I.V. Zhirov (Moscow, Russia)
To whom and how to prescribe SGLT2? The global perspectives
A.G. Arutyunov (Moscow, Russia)

12:20-01:05 PM
Expert discussion of the pressing issues
01:05-01:35 PM
SESSION “Questions & Answers” (individual Zoom rooms)
01:35-02:15 PM
Break
02:15-03:30 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Satellite symposium
“Keto analogs of amino acids in chronic kidney disease. Preserve the kidney function."
(supported by Fresenius Kabi, no CME points)
Chairs: A.M. Yesayan (Saint Petersburg),
M.M. Batyushin (Rostov-on-Don)
Personalized approach to CKD & the new clinical guidelines
Angela Yee-Moon Wang (Hong Kong, China)
Urea levels and carbamylation: the beneficial effects of a low-protein diet.
Sahir Kalim (Boston, US)
Time is on our side — slowing the progression of CKD: Findings from a systematic review
Paweena Susantitaphong (Bangkok, Thailand)
Keeping everything under control: follow-up results for diabetic and non-diabetic patients
Liliana Garneata (Bucharest, Romania)
03:30-03:45 PM
Break
03:45-05:00 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Symposium
Armenian Association of Internal Medicine
Chronic heart failure in patients with comorbidities.
G.G. Hayrapetyan (Yerevan, Armenia)
Diabetes mellitus and osteoporosis are a new problem of our time.
E.M. Agadzhanova (Yerevan, Armenia)
Neurological complications of COVID-19.
S.G. Khachatryan (Yerevan, Armenia)
Secondary cognitive impairment in the practice of a therapist.
L.A. Manukyan (Yerevan, Armenia)
COVID-19 Guidelines in Oncology: Selected recommendations
B.K. Lalayan (New York, US)
05:00-05:30 PM
End of the third day of the Conference
Closing remarks
Day 1 of the conference
09:30-09:50 AM
Live broadcast from Hall “Moscow”
Conference opening
09:50-11:25 AM
Live broadcast from Hall “Moscow”
Plenary session
11:25-11:45 AM
Live broadcast from Hall “Moscow”
Panel discussion “Pro vs Contra”
11:45 AM-12:00 PM
Break
12:00-01:15 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Symposium
“Endocrinological kaleidoscope for an internist”
МMyths from thyroidology.
O.S. Fedorova (Moscow, Russia)
Proper nutrition in patients with type 2 diabetes with regard to the international recommendations.
G.A. Manushakyan (Moscow, Russia)
Glucose and bone metabolism — possible interactions
Cvijovic Goran (Belgrade, Serbia)
Androgen deficiency and cardiovascular risk: are they casual neighbors or two peas in a pod?
V.V. Salukhov (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
01:15-02:00 PM
Break
02:00-03:15 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Symposium of the Department of Family Medicine of North-Western State Medical University named after I.I. Mechnikov
“The challenges of treating elderly patients in the general practice”
A clinical case. A 90-year-old patient with the consequences of a stroke and proximal femoral fracture.
O.Yu. Kuznetsova (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Falls of the elderly patients as a complex issue that requires the attention of a family doctor.
E.V. Frolova (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Osteoporosis — from epidemiology to treatment.
O.M. Lesnyak (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Polypharmacy and drug interactions in the treatment of elderly patients.
E.V. Frolova (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Treating pain syndrome in the elderly and senile patients.
O.Yu. Kuznetsova (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Conclusion. The importance of teamwork and a multidisciplinary approach in the general practice.
O.Yu. Kuznetsova (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
03:15-03:30 PM
Break
03:30-04:45 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Symposium
“Innovative technologies in the diagnosis and treatment of rheumatic diseases”
Mixed connective tissue diseases and overlap syndromes in the practice of a therapist.
V.I. Mazurov (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Modern approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of IgA-vasculitis (Shenlein-Henoch disease).
I.Z. Gaidukova (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Fibromyalgia: development of the symptoms and the ground rules of treatment.
E.A. Trofimov (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
04:45-05:00 PM
Break
05:00-06:00 PM
Live broadcast from Hall “Moscow”
The future of modern medicine — before and after the pandemic
Day 2 of the conference
10:00-11:15 AM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Satellite symposium
“The new horizons of lipid-lowering therapy”
(supported by Abbott, no CME points)
New in the guidelines of the National atherosclerosis society: focus on residual risk reduction, correction of hypertriglyceridemia.
V.S. Gurevich (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Non-HDL cholesterol — when and in which patients should we measure it? Diagnostic value.
V.O. Konstantinov (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Disputable issues of the use of omega-3 PUFA.
A.G. Obrezan (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Atherogenic dyslipidemia and high cardiovascular risk.
A. V. Panov (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
11:15-11:30 AM
Break
11:30 AM-01:35 PM
Live broadcast from Hall “Moscow”
Speed Session
11:30 AM-12:20 PM
Live broadcast from Hall “Moscow”
Speed session “Comprehensive approach to anticoagulant prescription: to whom? when? how?”
12:20-01:05 PM
Live broadcast from Hall “Moscow”
Expert discussion of the pressing issues
01:05-01:35 PM
SESSION “Questions & Answers” (individual Zoom rooms)
01:35-02:15 PM
Break
02:15-03:30 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Symposium of the Republic of Kazakhstan
“Arterial and venous thrombosis”
Principles of prevention of venous thromboembolism in pregnant women, including patients with COVID-19.
Sh.B. Zhangelova (Almaty, Kazakhstan)
Clinical portrait of a patient with acute myocardial infarction in the Republic of Kazakhstan.
G.A. Dzhunusbekova (Almaty, Kazakhstan)
Dual antiplatelet therapy following an acute coronary syndrome
Plinio Cerillo (Milano, Italy)
The importance of primary and secondary (prolonged) prevention of venous thrombosis in the practice of a therapist
A.B. Sugraliev (Almaty, Kazakhstan)
03:30-03:45 PM
Break
03:45-05:00 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Symposium
“Pressing issues of the gastrointestinal conditions in a comorbid cardiac patient”
Acid-related diseases as a multidisciplinary problem.
I.G. Bakulin (Saint Petersburg, Russia),
M.S. Zhuravleva (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Prevention of gastrointestinal tract damage during antithrombotic therapy.
N.V. Bakulina (Saint Petersburg, Russia),
S.V. Tikhonov (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Cytolytic syndrome in the practice of a therapist: a workshop in differential diagnosis.
E.V. Skazazayeva (Saint Petersburg, Russia),
M.I. Skalinskaya (Saint Petersburg, Russia),
) I.G. Bakulin (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Diarrheal syndrome in the practice of a cardiologist.
E.A. Lutaenko (Saint Petersburg, Russia),
Solovieva (Saint Petersburg, Russia),
T.S. Fil (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
05:00-05:30 PM
End of the second day of the Conference
Closing remarks
Day 3 of the conference
10:00-11:15 AM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Symposium
“Diagnostic approaches in patients with chest pain”
Non-invasive testing in patients with chronic coronary syndromes — functional vs. anatomical approach
Vojislav Giga (Belgrade, Serbia)
Significance of coronary flow velocity reserve assessed by transthoracic Doppler echocardiography.
Milorad Tesic (Belgrade, Serbia)
Functional assessment of coronary stenosis in the Cath lab
Milan Dobric (Belgrade, Serbia)
Myocardial bridging: contemporary approach in the functional evaluation with implications for therapeutic strategies
Srdjan Aleksandric (Belgrade, Serbia)
11:15-11:30 AM
Break
11:30 AM-01:35 PM
Live broadcast from Hall “Moscow”
Speed Session
11:30 AM-12:20 PM
Live broadcast from Hall “Moscow”
Speed session “A closer look at heart failure - a team approach”
12:20-01:05 PM
Live broadcast from Hall “Moscow”
Expert discussion of the pressing issues
01:05-01:35 PM
SESSION “Questions & Answers” (individual Zoom rooms)
01:35-02:15 PM
Break
02:15-03:30 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Satellite symposium
“Osteoporosis: from theory to practice”
(supported by Amgen, no CME points)
Osteoporosis: a fracture that can be avoided.
G.A. Manushakyan (Moscow, Russia)
Prolia® for the treatment of various forms of osteoporosis.
I.A. Baranova (Russia)
03:30-03:45 PM
Break
03:45-05:00 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Symposium
"Providing acute, emergency, and primary health care during the spread of COVID-19”
Clinical characteristics of skin manifestations in patients with COVID-19 in the practice of mobile ambulance and emergency medical teams.
V.A. Kadyshev (Moscow, Russia)
Practical application of capnometry at the pre-hospital stage.
P.A. Davydov (Moscow, Russia)
Organizing work of the outpatient CT centers.
A.S. Bezymyanny (Moscow, Russia)
05:00-05:30 PM
End of the third day of the Conference
Closing remarks
Day 1 of the conference
09:30-09:50 AM
Live broadcast from Hall “Moscow”
Conference opening
09:50-11:25 AM
Live broadcast from Hall “Moscow”
Plenary session
11:25-11:45 AM
Live broadcast from Hall “Moscow”
Panel discussion “Pro vs Contra”
11:45 AM-12:00 PM
Break
12:00-01:15 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Russian-Belarusian Symposium
“Extreme Comorbidity”
Cardiorenal syndrome in clinical practice.
G.P. Arutyunov (Moscow, Russia)
Inflammatory cardiomyopathy: the issues with diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis.
N.P. Mitkovskaya (Minsk, Belarus)
Diabetic cardiomyopathy: definition, diagnostic criteria, and main types of therapy.
N.A. Koziolova (Perm, Russia)
Microbiome and cardio-respiratory conditions: current knowledge and promising directions.
D.Yu. Ruzanov (Gomel, Belarus)
01:15-02:00 PM
Break
02:00-03:15 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Satellite symposium
“On the way toward a new standard for protecting patients with coronary artery disease: from research results to guidelines and clinical practice”
(supported by Bayer, no CME points)
Chairman: N.A. Koziolova
Diabetes mellitus and chronic coronary artery disease: two “epidemics” of our time. What antithrombotic therapy is needed when they are combined?
N.A. Koziolova (Perm, Russia)
A patient with coronary artery disease a year after myocardial infarction. The time to weigh the risks and make new decisions.
E.I. Tarlovskaya (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia)
Patients with multifocal atherosclerosis. What can a therapist do to protect them from cardiovascular complications?
D.A. Andreev (Moscow, Russia)
03:15-03:30 PM
Break
03:30-04:45 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Symposium
“Treating infections — lessons from the pandemic”
Antibiotic treatment of respiratory tract infections: the lessons from COVID-19. 25 minutes
(supported by Sandoz, no CME points).
S.K. Zyryanov (Moscow, Russia)
Treatment of urinary tract infections. What has changed during the pandemic?
T.S. Perepanova (Moscow, Russia)
Safety of antibiotic therapy — the new coronavirus reality.
E.A. Ushkalova (Moscow, Russia)
04:45-05:00 PM
Break
05:00-06:00 PM
Live broadcast from Hall “Moscow”
The future of modern medicine — before and after the pandemic
Day 2 of the conference
10:00-11:15 AM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Symposium
“Polymorbid patients with cardiovascular diseases: pressing issues of the outpatient practice"
Early prevention and treatment of heart failure in cancer patients.
E.I. Tarlovskaya (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia)
Treatment of polymorbid patients with COPD and cardiovascular diseases.
A.I. Chesnikova (Rostov-on-Don, Russia)
Comorbidity is a growing problem in the modern outpatient clinic. Who will treat the patients tomorrow and how?
N.A. Koryagina (Perm, Russia)
Anticoagulant therapy in patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation in the real clinical practice: the unjustified use of lower doses.
V.A. Pavlova (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
11:15-11:30 AM
Break
11:30 AM-01:35 PM
Live broadcast from Hall “Moscow”
Speed Session
11:30 AM-12:20 PM
Live broadcast from Hall “Moscow”
Speed session “Comprehensive approach to anticoagulant prescription: to whom? when? how?”
12:20-01:05 PM
Live broadcast from Hall “Moscow”
Expert discussion of the pressing issues
01:05-01:35 PM
SESSION “Questions & Answers” (individual Zoom rooms)
01:35-02:15 PM
Break
02:15-03:30 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Symposium
“Damage to the internal organs in patients with COVID-19 and the potential consequences”
The damage to the respiratory system and the potential rehabilitation of patients after the new coronavirus infection.
M.V. Boldina (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia)
Damage to the cardiovascular system in patients with COVID-19.
E.I. Tarlovskaya (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia)
Kidney damage in patients with COVID-19.
M.M. Batyushin (Rostov-on-Don, Russia)
03:30-03:45 PM
Break
03:45-05:00 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Symposium
“Pressing nephrological issues in the practice of a therapist”
Differential diagnosis of kidney disease in primary care.
M.M. Batyushin (Rostov-on-Don, Russia)
Hyper- and hypokalemia in the practice of a therapist.
I. G. Kayukov (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Heart failure and kidneys. What’s new?
A.M. Yesayan (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria: yesterday, today, tomorrow.
(supported by Generium, no CME points)
E.R. Shilova (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
05:00-05:30 PM
End of the second day of the Conference
Closing remarks
Day 3 of the conference
10:00-11:15 AM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Satellite symposium
“The era of fixed combinations”
(supported by Servier, no CME points)
A diuretic in the treatment of hypertension. Back to the future.
G.P. Arutyunov (Moscow, Russia)
Theoretical and practical guidelines.
Yu.M. Lopatin (Volgograd, Russia)
11:15-11:30 AM
Break
11:30 AM-01:35 PM
Live broadcast from Hall “Moscow”
Speed Session
11:30 AM-12:20 PM
Live broadcast from Hall “Moscow”
Speed session “A closer look at heart failure - a team approach”
12:20-01:05 PM
Live broadcast from Hall “Moscow”
Expert discussion of the pressing issues
01:05-01:35 PM
SESSION “Questions & Answers” (individual Zoom rooms)
01:35-02:15 PM
Break
02:15-03:30 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Satellite symposium
“Treatment of hypertension: clinical guidelines or real clinical practice?”
(supported by Stada, no CME points)
Chairman: G.P. Arutyunov
High-risk patient — is it just a decrease in blood pressure?
G.P. Arutyunov (Moscow, Russia)
How to choose a diuretic to treat hypertension?
Ya.A. Orlova (Moscow, Russia)
The effectiveness and safety of a diuretic as two sides of a coin.
N.A. Koziolova (Perm, Russia)
Is there a place for monotherapy in modern guidelines for the treatment of hypertension?
E.I. Tarlovskaya (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia)
03:30-03:45 PM
Break
03:45-05:00 PM
Symposia of the Eurasian Association of Therapists
Symposium
“New in the diagnostics of cardiovascular diseases”
Untapped potential of 24-hour blood pressure monitoring in the evaluation of antihypertensive therapy.
N.Yu. Grigorieva (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia)
Diagnosing breathing disorders during sleep in patients with cardiovascular diseases.
A.L. Kalinkin (Moscow, Russia)
Incidence of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs intake in patients with chronic heart failure: the potential risks according to a local registry
Yu.V. Omarova (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia)
05:00-05:30 PM
End of the third day of the Conference
Closing remarks

PARTNERS

Bayer
GENERAL PARTNER
Boehringer Ingelheim
PLATINUM PARTNER
Abbott
MAJOR PARTNER
Merck
MAJOR PARTNER
Berlin Chemie
SPECIAL PARTNER
Novartis
SPECIAL PARTNER
Servier
SILVER PARTNER
Stada
SILVER PARTNER
Amgen
SILVER PARTNER
Sandoz
PARTNER
Generium
PARTNER

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

The Eurasian Association of Therapists invites medical specialists to the Internal Medicine Conference, the 10th conference organised by the Eurasian Association of Therapists. The conference will bring together medical scientists, physicians and other health care specialists from the Russian Federation, the CIS, Europe, and Asia. It will be held both offline, in Saint-Petersburg, Moscow, and Perm online Oct. 21-23, 2020.

MAIN TOPICS:

  • A comorbid patient in a physician’s everyday practice.
  • A comorbid patient infected by COVID-19.
  • Anticoagulation therapy nowadays.
  • Diabetes mellitus: evolution of approaches and management.
  • Antibiotic resistance and the future of antibiotic therapy.
  • Issues of lipid-lowering therapy.
  • Congestive heart failure: issues of diagnosis and recent life extension protocols.
  • Age management medicine as a separate field of medicine.
  • Atrial fibrillation: relevant treatment, anticoagulants and risks.
  • Analysis of current guidelines on major non-communicable diseases.
  • Co-administration of drugs: major problems and ways to overcome them.

FOR ATTENDEES

The Conference will include symposiums, data blitz sessions (instead of presentations, you’ll listen to 5-minute replies to your questions), expert discussions, competitions between early-career researchers, abstract/poster competitions, and a virtual health care expo.
Expert discussions
A series of panel discussions that will be held with the involvement of internal medicine experts.
Data blitz session
EAT’s experts will answer your questions.
Workshops
EAT leading experts will discuss major issues the Conference is devoted to.

SPECIALTIES:

  • Internal diseases
  • Endocrinology
  • Cardiology
  • Gastroenterology
  • Rheumatology
  • Pulmonology
  • Nephrology
  • General medical practice
  • Neurology

SPEAKERS

The Conference will be attended by leading experts, scientists and physicians specialising in various areas of medicine from the Russian Federation, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Armenia as well as from Serbia, the USA, Slovenia and Romania.
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ABOUT THE ASSOCIATION

The Eurasian Association of Therapists is an independent association that provides an opportunity for its members to share experience and discuss crucial problems of evidence-based medicine and clinical practice.
Among the Association’s main goals is to disseminate information about ground-breaking research in the field of internal medicine.
The Association holds free events for medical specialists letting them earn CME credit points.
Medical specialists may become members of the EAT’s expert community and get access to more materials on the Association’s website
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INFORMATION PARTNERS

If you have any questions about cooperation, please contact us at the following address:
+7 (495) 708 42 23admin@euat.ru

FAQs

Who can attend?
The event is intended for medical specialists (practising doctors, residents, and medical students).
Fees
Free of charge, both for online and offline attendees and speakers.
Technical problems
For any enquiries, please contact us by e-mail/phone
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Есаян Ашот Мовсесович
Доктор медицинских наук, профессор, заведующий кафедрой пропедевтики внутренних болезней, гастроэнтерологии и диетологии им.С.М.Рысса ФГБОУ ВО «Северо-Западный государственный медицинский университет им. И.И. Мечникова» Минздрава России, Главный внештатный терапевт Северо-Западного федерального округа РФ, Президент Межрегиональной общественной организации «Общество гастроэнтерологов и гепатологов «Северо-Запад» (Российская Федерация)