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On May 4, traditionally on a Saturday, a free class was held for therapists, cardiologists, family doctors, gastroenterologists, hepatologists, and neurologists, organized by the teachers by the department of cardiology at Shupyk National Healthcare University of Ukraine. Such sessions aim to disseminate new evidence-based medical data and to analyze complex clinical cases.

The event was opened by the head of the cardiology department at Shupyk National Healthcare University of Ukraine, MD, professor Marina Dolzhenko.

The session began with a presentation by Serhiy Sova, MD, professor of the department of propaedeutics of internal medicine at Bogomolets National Medical University, on the treatment of resistant hypertension. A comprehensive approach to such patients from a neurological perspective was demonstrated.

Following that, Dr. Maksym Zak, MD, professor, and head of the department of therapeutic disciplines at Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University, conducted a master class on «Features of treating metabolically associated fatty liver disease during wartime». The session delved into modern European recommendations on this issue, outlining treatment goals and the advantages of drugs depending on the treatment strategy.

Incredibly interesting lecture by a teacher of the department of pharmacy at Shupyk National Healthcare University of Ukraine, PhD in pedagogy Natalya Bilousova on the metabolic advantages of double and triple fixed antihypertensive drug combinations in the treatment of hypertension. Why is it so important to prescribe the same combinations of drugs, and not monotherapy? What impact does this strategy have on the patient's body and cardiovascular risk? The speaker revealed the answers to these questions.

After each lecture, the speakers answered questions from the audience.

More details about future events can be found on the website and in the MedUA application.

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