Internal Medicine

Media durations: 10 hour(s) (36 minutes)

Recommended study time: 42 hour(s) 30 minutes

Internal medicine includes the key aspects of haematology, rheumatology, nephrology, infections, cardiology, pulmonary diseases, neurology and endocrinology in addition to the most prevalent diseases in Finland.

Internal medicine includes the key aspects of haematology, rheumatology, nephrology, infections, cardiology, pulmonary diseases, neurology and endocrinology in addition to the most prevalent diseases in Finland.

  • Hypertension 1

    15:56

  • Hypertension 2

    28:21

  • Cardiovascular diseases 1

    13:20

  • Cardiovascular diseases 2

    19:48

  • Diabetes 1

    20:20

  • Diabetes 2

    18:47

  • Diabetes 3

    21:45

  • Cerebrovascular accidents 1

    35:24

  • Cerebrovascular accidents 2

    29:12

  • (Pulmonary diseases:) Asthma

    25:28

  • (Pulmonary diseases:) COPD

    28:31

  • (Pulmonary diseases:) Bacterial Lung Infections

    24:52

  • ECG interpretation

    22:37

  • The most central arrhythmias

    28:40

  • Endocarditis and myocarditis

    22:22

  • Valvular heart disease and heart failure

    30:34

  • The common cold and influenza

    21:16

  • Otitis media and sinusitis

    17:14

  • UTI and pyelonephritis

    17:38

  • Hepatitis

    24:05

  • Erysipelas and herpes zoster

    18:39

  • Rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis and Sjögren's syndrome

    21:55

  • Anaemia types and thrombocytopenia

    22:42

  • The clinical picture of leukaemia

    19:04

  • Epilepsy 1

    14:19

  • Epilepsy 2

    15:27

  • Parkinson’s disease

    16:09

  • Multiple sclerosis

    18:52

  • Hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism

    22:23

  • Course authors

    Joonas Kähkönen

    B.M.

    Milla Kuusisto

    M.D.

    Helmi Määttä

    M.D.

    Joonas Lipponen

    M.D.

    Reetta Jahangiri

    M.D.

    Janne Hämäläinen

    M.D.

    Katri Paarma

    B.M.

    Emmariikka Alaraudanjoki

    B.M.

    Niilo Saviaro

    B.M.

    Essi Kovalainen

    M.D.

    Aleksi Räisänen

    M.D.

    Marika Vähäsarja

    M.D.