Scientific program

Thursday Oct. 31, 2019
18:00 Registration Opens
19:00 Get Together Reception
Friday Nov. 1, 2019
  Hall A
  Plenary Session
09:00 Guidelines and Personalized Medicine – Friends or Enemies?

Yehonatan Sharabi, Israel

09:20 Obesity: Understanding the True Challenge Our Patients Face

Derek Leroith, USA

09:40 The Prospect of Medicine – From Bench to Doorstep

Peter Lansberg, The Netherlands

 10:00 Clinical Practice in the Changing World of Technology – The Futuristic Perspective

Roey Tzezana, USA

10:30 Coffee break, Exhibition and Posters Viewing
11:00 HTN- The classic:

Speaker: Yehonatan Sharabi, Israel

a. Diagnosis, Definitions, Measuring Methods
b. Initial Work Up and Why
c. Treatment- Choosing Wisely
d. Interactive examples

12:00  

DIABETES – Theme 1:

Speaker: Derek Leroith, USA

a. Classifications
b. Target and Strategies
c. Algorithms and Guidelines
d. Aging

13:00 Lunch, Exhibition and Posters Viewing
13:15  INDUSTRY SYMPOSIUM (Session not included in main event CME/CPD credit)
14:00 LIPIDS- Primary prevention :

Moderator: Jan Pitha, Czech Republic

a. Guidelines
b. Who (not) to Treat
c. Targets and Strategies
d. Challenging Patients (Women Children Elderly)

15:00 HTN- The ongoing journey:

Speaker: Sverre Erik Kjeldsen, Norway

a. How to Empower the Patients Interacting Challenges
1. Smoking, Eating and Drinking – How to  Celebrate Health?
2. Anxiety, Stress and HTN
b. Intensive Sport
c. Nailing the Moving Target
d. Follow Up- Structured
1. Office Unattended BPM
2. Home BPM
3. ABPM- to Who and How to Read the Results
e. Interactive Examples

16:00 Coffee break, Exhibition and Posters Viewing
16:30  DIABETES – Theme 2

Speaker: Stephano del Prato, Italy

Early Combination Therapy and Treatment Escalation for Sustained Glycemic Control in T2DM

17:30 LIPIDS- Secondary prevention:

Speaker: Peter Lansberg, The Netherlands

a. Guidelines
b. Who (not) to Treat
c. Targets and Strategies
d. Challenging Patients (Compliance Triglycerides HDL-c)

Saturday Nov. 2, 2019
Hall A
08:30 HTN- Complex patients:

Speaker: Thomas Unger, The Netherlands

a. High Risk
b. Polypharmacopeia
c. Drug induced HTN, Including Chemotherapy
d. Compliance
e. Resistant
f. Pregnancy HTN
g. OH-SH
h. Interactive Examples

09:30 DIABETES – Theme 3

Speaker: Eddy Karnieli, Israel

a. Diabetic Complications Micro and Macro (also NAFLD)
b. Intensifying Therapy While Avoiding Hypoglycemia
c. Does Intensive Therapy Prevent Primary and Secondary Complications

 

10:30 Coffee break, Exhibition and Posters Viewing
11:00 LIPIDS- Difficult cases – Familial Hypercholesterolemia:Speaker: Kurt Widhalm, Austria

a. Guidelines
b. Screening
c. Targets and Strategies
d. Challenging Cases (Children Genetic Testing Homozygous FH)

12:00 HTN- Secondary HTN:

Speaker: Gian Paolo Rossi, Italy

a. When to Suspect
b.Targeted Evaluation
1.Neuroendocrine HTN
2.Reno-Vascular
3.OSA
c. Interactive Examples

 

13:00 Lunch, Exhibition and Posters Viewing
14:00 DIABETES – Theme 4:

Speaker: Hans Haring, Germany

a. Prediabetes Stratification
b. Risk Prediction
c. Diagnosis of High-Risk Prediabetes
d. Low Risk Phenotypes
e. Diagnosis and Prevention

 

15:00 LIPIDS- New developments:

Speaker: Peter Lansberg, The Netherlands

a. Diagnosis
b.Treatment
c. Costs vs Benefit
d.Role of Primary Care Physician

16:00 Coffee break, Exhibition and Posters Viewing
16:30-18:00 Motivational Talks 

Ruth KaldaAnneli Ratsep, Estonia

Sunday Nov. 3, 2019
Hall A
08:30 Meet the Experts: Challenging Cases from the Audience
Derek Leroith, USA Eddy Karnieli, Israel
Patient Centered Approach to Telehealth Intervention in Hypertensive Subjects: A Six Months Study
Mikhail Ionov, Russia
Adherence to Treatment of Patient Who Undergo Dialysis: The Crucial Role of Actual Participation from the Patients` and Nurses` Perspectives
Zoya Grimberg, Israel
A Prospective Trial of Hypertension Management Using a Telemedicine Treatment Approach
Martin Carlsson, Sweden

Open discussion on controversies with the audience and Faculty
09:30 Closing Remarks
10:30 Coffee break
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