Cremona – in recent months, internal medicine unitCremona’s assistant on FADOI Award For the best research centers 2021awarded by the Federation of Internal Medicine Directors’ Associations, which was established in 1995 to promote the development of medical and scientific knowledge and clinical research in the field of internal medicine.
Dr. Matteo Gyorgy Perfrankski
as he explains Matteo Gyorgy Perfrankski, Head of the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Cremona, “It is an acknowledgment of the commitment made through an automatic multicenter searchwhose topic was the prevention of venous thromboembolism in the inpatient, which represents a risk of at least eight times that of the normal population.
The research conducted at the national level included 36 operating units of internal medicine, divided into two groups. “Our judgment was defined as a ‘clinical judgment’ – explains the Chief Physician – so it was a task to choose whether or not to practice anticoagulant prophylaxis. We made this assessment based on our experience, evaluating risk factors from the patient’s medical history.”
The FADOI Award is a recognition of the commitment and quality of the data provided: “There are tools for estimating the need for anticoagulant prophylaxis in these patients: The purpose of the study was to evaluate its efficacy.Added to this is another acknowledgment by the National Association of Hospital Cardiologists (ANMCO) for another study conducted in the field of venous thromboembolism.
“Medical Cremona is actively involved in research – says Giorgi Perfranski – to make his own contribution to the practical development and improvement of the clinic.”
This goes hand in hand with normal activity in the ward where a total of 58 beds can be counted, used for patients with multiple diseases with a fairly advanced average age of around 77 years. As is known, Chronic diseases in the elderly tend to be on the rise and generate problems that must be evaluated from a global perspective’ continues the chief physician. “This is the job of the internist, who is able to assess various chronic and acute conditions, and provide care and services appropriate to the condition.”
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