Program Disciplines

 

Check here the subjects of 2017/02

 

ATEROSCLEROSIS AND TROMBOSIS (CAR-00054)
Description: 2 credits

Develop basic knowledge on the formation, evolution and rupture of atherosclerotic plaque and thrombosis;

To enable the student to develop and use techniques and research models for atherosclerosis and thrombosis;

To base the use of drugs in the prevention and treatment of atherosclerosis and thrombosis, with emphasis on molecular biology and mechanism of action.

 

CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BASES OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES (CAR-00050)
Description: 1 credit

Analysis of cellular and molecular mechanisms involved in the pathogenesis of cardiovascular diseases.

Familiarization with basic research techniques.

Critical analysis of experimental models.

 

CARDIOVASCULAR CONSEQUENCES OF SLEEP DISORDERS (CAR-00076)
Description: 2 credits

To present and standardize terminology on sleep and related phenomena, found in the literature.

To analyze and discuss articles on sleep apnea and its cardiovascular consequences.

To discuss the application of this knowledge in the development of research projects in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of sleep diseases.

Presentation and discussion of basic concepts and nomenclature in physiology and the pathophysiology of sleep.

Presentation and discussion of techniques in physiology and the pathophysiology of sleep used in sleep apnea research.

Presentation and discussion of guidelines of cardiology societies on the investigation and treatment of sleep disorders.

Discussion of the cardiological relevance of sleep apnea.

 

CARDIOLOGÍA DEL DEPORTE (CAR00085)
Descripción: Cardiología y Ciencias Cardiovasculares que tengan formación y proyectos relacionados al área del ejercicio. La asignatura ofrece a los alumnos la participación en el 20 Congreso Nacional del Departamento de Ejercicio, Ergometría y Rehabilitación Cardiovascular de la Sociedad de Cardiología (DERC - SBC), en el cual los temas de actualización sobre aspectos cardiovasculares del ejercicio del atleta a la rehabilitación cardíaca son ampliamente discutidos. En un segundo momento, ocurre la interacción entre los alumnos del curso con el Profesor Sanjay Sharma, Profesor de Inherida Cardiología de Cardiología, Consultor Cardiologist at St George's Healthcare NHS Trust, Medical Director del London Maratón (Londres - Inglaterra). Este modelo de disciplina, objetivo, conciso y que cuenta con la participación de un exponente internacional como invitado especial, colabora en la formación de investigadores atentos a innovaciones en esa área del conocimiento, además de abrir puertas para que los mismos puedan estagiar en la prestigiosa Universidad arriba citada

Objetivo General: Oportunizar a los alumnos del Post Graduación una interacción con destacados investigadores internacionales y brasileños del área del ejercicio físico, discutiendo el panorama preventivo y terapéutico de la actividad física en el paciente cardiopata isquémico.

Objetivos Específicos: Exposición del alumno a un contacto cercano con el (los) profesor (es) invitado (s). Ampliación del conocimiento a través de la participación en el "International Symposium of Sports and Cardiology". Incrementar la capacidad del alumno de exponer su proyecto de investigación al (s) profesor (es) invitado (s) durante el seminario específico.

Meta-análisis
Conceptos Básicos. Medidas de Efecto y de Heterogeneidad. Modelo de efecto fijo y modelo de efectos aleatorios. Metregresión y metanálisis de subgrupos
Objetivo General: Familiarizar al alumno con los principales modelos estadísticos utilizados en meta-análisis.
Objetivo específico: Capacitar al alumno a realizar un metanálisis de ensayos clínicos.

 

ENSAYO CLÍNICO RANDOMIZADO (CAR-00072)
Descripción: 2 créditos

Conocer los aspectos metodológicos, regulatorios y éticos involucrados en la realización de ensayos clínicos aleatorizados para la evaluación de intervenciones terapéuticas.

 

EPIDEMIOLOGÍA CARDIOVASCULAR (CAR-00042)
Descripción: 2 créditos

Capacitar al alumno a analizar críticamente la literatura de epidemiología cardiovascular.

 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY OF THE EXERCISE (CAR-00061)
Description: 2 credits

To know the physiopathological mechanisms involved in the responses and adaptations of the human organism to exercise under frequent clinical conditions.

To review the previous scientific production of the program in the line of research of physiopathology of the exercise and to identify knowledge gaps that can be studied.

To know methods of investigation in physiopathology of the exercise

 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGICAL AND CLINICAL FOUNDATIONS OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES (CAR-00063)
Description: 1 credit

To enable the students of the Program, health professionals and non-physicians, to understand essential aspects of cardiovascular diseases and to underpin the program's 12 lines of research, reviewing its pathophysiology, common signs and symptoms, methods of evaluation, predictors prognoses and therapeutic bases.

 

SYSTEMIC ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION: Mechanisms, Diagnoses and Treatment (CAR-00068)
Description: 1 credit

To review aspects of disease mechanisms, epidemiology, diagnosis and treatment based on evidence of systemic arterial hypertension.

Disseminate research in the area developed by the research group "Hypertension Unit".

 

METHANALYSIS IN PRACTICE (CAR00084)
Description: Basic Concepts. Measures of Effect and Heterogeneity. Fixed-effect model and random-effects model. Metaregression and subgroup meta-analysis

General Objective: To familiarize the student with the main statistical models used in meta-analysis.

Specific objective: To enable the student to perform a clinical trial meta-analysis.

 

INTRODUCTION TO THE SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS (CAR-00066)
Description: 1 credit

To take the student to know the theoretical, conceptual and practical aspects about the systematic review of the literature and meta-analyzes, with emphasis on the development of projects, literature search and initial critical analysis.

MEDICINE BASED ON EVIDENCE APPLIED TO CARDIOLOGY I (CAR-00064)
Description: 2 credits

Apply concepts of clinical epidemiology and evidence-based medicine in the critical analysis of articles on methods and research results in the area of cardiology.

 

MEDICINE BASED ON EVIDENCE APPLIED TO CARDIOLOGY II (CAR-00067)
Description: 2 credits

Apply concepts of clinical epidemiology and evidence-based medicine in the critical analysis of articles on methods and research results in the area of cardiology.

 

BASIC RESEARCH METHODOLOGY (CAR-00065)
Description: 2 credits

Demonstrate skills and competences in the use of different methodologies of scientific research in cardiology;

Demonstrate skills and competencies for designing research projects.

 

NON-INVASIVE IMAGE METHODS IN CARDIOLOGY I (CAR-00086)
Description: To know the different non-invasive imaging methods used in cardiology, including the technical aspects of performing the method, indications and limitations, as well as the clinical applications in the evaluation of heart diseases

 

METHODS OF RESEARCH IN SYSTEMIC ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION (CAR-00058)
Description: 2 credits

To enable the student to recognize research models in systemic arterial hypertension, relating them to research on causation, diagnosis, consequences, prevention and management of the disease.

 

QUANTITATIVE METHODS APPLIED TO CARDIOLOGY RESEARCH - Biostatistics - (CAR-00070)
Description: 2 credits

Familiarize the student with statistical analysis techniques commonly found in the medical literature. Develop the ability to choose the appropriate technique and interpret the results of the analyzes.

 

NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND THEIR CLINICAL EVIDENCE IN CARDIOLOGY (CAR-00089)
Description: Period: 20, 21 and 22 November

2 credits

Discuss the indications of the new technologies in Interventional Cardiology according to available clinical evidence.

 

I. PATHOGENESIS AND PHYSIOPATHOLOGY AND ITS THERAPEUTIC IMPLICATIONS (CAR-00060)
Description: 2 credits

To review in depth aspects of the pathogenesis and pathophysiology of heart failure syndrome and to understand the basic mechanisms that support contemporary treatment strategies.

Understand why some treatment strategies tested in recent years have not shown beneficial clinical effects, and what future alternatives of new treatments.

 

PUBLIC POLICIES FOR HIGH COST TREATMENTS (CAR-00071)
Description: 1 credit

To instrument students with scientific methods recommended and used in the formulation of Public Policies with Medications in Brazil.

 

INTERVENTIONIST HEMODYNAMIC PROCEDURES (CAR-00032)
Description: 2 credits

To know the principles of the current interventionist cardiology;

To learn the indications of thrombolysis and ACTOP in myocardial infarction;

Know the indications and limitations of alternatives to PTCA;

Know the indications of Pertcutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty (PTCA);

To know the indications of valvoplasty, balloon and laser atriosseptostomy;

To know the limitations of interventional cardiology.

 

CRITICAL REVIEW OF CARDIOLOGY ARTICLES (CAR-00055)
Description: 1 credit

To critically analyze, methodology, results and applicability to clinical practice of recent articles published in the area of Cardiology in high impact journals.

Encourage continuous updating in your area by reading original scientific articles.

 

RESEARCH SEMINARS IN THE EVALUATION OF HEALTH TECHNOLOGIES (CAR-00069)
Description: 1 credit

Improve knowledge related to critical evaluation of new health technology, including clinical-epidemiological research, systematic reviews, meta-analyzes, economic analyzes and insertion of these with health policy definition.

 

CARDIOLOGY RESEARCH SEMINARS (CAR-00062)
Description: 2 credits

Allow the integration of the various research activities developed in the Course.

 

INTENSIVE TREATMENT IN CARDIOLOGY (CAR-00034)
Description: 2 credits

Review and update the most common topics related to the Intensive Care in Cardiology regarding its diagnosis and treatment.

To discuss the most important controversial aspects related to the management of critically ill cardiac disease.

To review the interactions between the cardiovascular system and other systemic diseases that affect the severe patient.

To evaluate the hemodynamic repercussions of therapeutic modalities frequently used in Intensive Care Centers.

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De segunda a sexta-feira, 

das 9h às 12h (exceto segunda-feira)

das 13h30 às 17h