First Congress of patients with cluster headache

Clinical Hospital on June 17, 2016. Free admission fill the capacity.

9: 00-10: 00 OFFICIAL MEETING OF THE ACRA
Auditorium reserved for the administrative meeting
10: 00-10: 30 INAUGURATION
Dr Julio Zarco
Director General of Coordination of Citizen and Humanization
Dr July Mayol
Medical director. Hospital Clínico San Carlos
10: 30-11: 00 FEW WORDS BETWEEN NEUROLOGISTS AND PATIENTS
Don Ramón Terriza
President of ACRA
Dr. Jesus Porta-Etessam
Section Head of Neurology. Hospital Clínico San Carlos
11: 00-12: 15 TABLE I: LET’S TALK ABOUT THE SYMPTOMS
Cluster headache against other autonomic trigeminal headaches
Dr. Maria Luz Cuadrado
Neurologist. Hospital Clínico San Carlos
symptoms of the disease
Dr. Margarita Sanchez del Rio
Neurologist. ruber International
How I feel
expert patient
12: 15-12: 30 Break.
12: 30-14: 30 TABLE II: LET’S TALK ABOUT TREATMENT
2 expert patients and Drs Nuria González, Valentin Mateos, Jesus Porta-Etessam
acute treatment and management in emergency
Dr. Nuria González
Neurologist. Hospital Clínico San Carlos
And preventive treatments transition
Dr Valentin Mateos
Chief of neurology. Centro Médico. Asturias
New treatments and surgical techniques
Dr. Jesus Porta-Etessam
Section Chief of Neurology. Hospital Clínico San Carlos Hospital
Treatments without evidence: LSD, stimulating the vagus, …
Dr. Germán Latorre
Neurologist. Hospital de Fuenlabrada
Analysis of the survey treatment
Dr Jesus Porta-Etessam and discussion
Section Chief of Neurology. Hospital Clínico San Carlos

14: 30-16: 00 LUNCH
16: 00-17: 00 MEETING WORKBENCH
Table 1: unmet needs for patients with cluster headache
home oxygen therapy
Training disease physicians
Table 2: Position against new treatments
Transmission of test results
viral dissemination and disinformation
Supervisory bodies in Spain, we can be leaders
Table 3. Assess the organization of the 2nd Congress
It’s really useful
Issues that we can deal

17: 00-18: 00 RESULTS OF THE WORKBENCH
Table 1: unmet needs for patients with cluster headache
Table 2: Position against new treatments
Table 3. Assess the organization of the 2nd Congress

18:00 Conclusions-CLOSURE

A new treatment for hallucinations and delusions in patients with Parkinson’s disease

Hallucinations and delusions are not only a side effect of treatment of Parkinson’s disease but a symptom of the disease itself that appear up to 50% of patients. Symptoms often worsen with disease progression distressing to the patient and to the accompanying concerned and family. Among the risk factors is that dementia-related hallucinations. Similarly if a patient starts with hallucinations, we will be closely monitored to promptly detect the onset of cognitive impairment. We should routinely ask to patients and families about their presence or detection. Hallucinations although initially they may be visual could sometimes be auditory, visual, even see insects like syndrome Ekman, olfactory or tactile. Then appear you should consult a neurologist to look for the causes, review the treatment and remove those drugs that can produce, as some tricyclic antidepressant, reduce in a manner consistent treatment of the disease, and if not improve associate anticholinesterase and neuroleptics atypical. Reducing the Parkinson’s disease specific treatment in an orderly manner and by removing drugs that are less effective and may have greater potential facilitator. Neuroleptic drugs are effective but can sometimes worsen parkinsonism or accompanied by side effects, so we have to supervised its use in patients. When we analyze the studies are scarce and not very strong, but individually evidence is an appropriate remedy. New hope in treatment is track 5-HT2A, as the pimavanserin that appears to show a good symptom control without deterioration of Parkinson’s disease. A priori seems to have few adverse effects

 

Cluster headache, not ignorance

The March 21 is the day of cluster headache . One of the most intense headaches and incapacity before and with a large associated ignorance . We believe crucial dissemination and take initiatives so that emergencies are properly handled, have availability of home oxygen and preventive treatment and transition is done properly .

We have the most advanced technology for the diagnosis of patients with vertigo and dizziness

Applying aWP_20160302_11_10_24_Prond advancing in the diagnosis of patients with dizziness and vertigo with the latest technology . Thanks to this new device we can advance knowledge
of the symptoms of our patients to apply the most appropriate treatment. A precision system allows us to analyze the semicircle channels advance in the diagnosis of patients with vestibular hypofunction and determine the etiology of paroxysmal vertigo . We also have the possibility of taxing , study and monitor eye movement disorders . Thanks to them I think we can improve our assessment of patients and raising research to open a door for the hope of our patients.


 

DiCoN-3 Hospital Clínico San Carlos. Miércoles 25 de mayo del 2016

DiCoN-3. Miércoles 25 de mayo del 2016

Programa

 

16:30-17:15h Dilemas en Epilepsia

Dra. Irene García Morales

Dra Maria Eugenia García

•Como se debe manejar el status epiléptico en el siglo XXI
•Tratamiento antiepiléptico en una mujer que se quiere embarazar. ¿Cómo actuar?

 

17:15-18:00h Dilemas y controversias neurología clínica avanzada

Dr Alberto Marcos

Dr Jesús Porta

 

•Como afrontar una encefalopatía rápidamente progresiva
•Manejo inicial de un paciente con mielopatía

 

18:00-18:45 Dilemas y controversias en Neurooftalmología

Dra Nuria González

Dr. Enrique Santos

 

•Como manejar una neurítis óptica grave
•Síndrome de Charles Bonnet tratamientos actuales y visión fisiopatológica

 

18.45 – 19.15 h Café

19.15 – 20.00h Dilemas y controversias en enfermedades desmielinizantes

 

Dra. Celia Oreja-Guevara

Dra. Aida Orviz García

 

•Tratamiento precoz frente a tratamiento tardío
• ¿Se debe considerar fallo terapéutico y cambiar el tratamiento si sólo hay cambios en la resonancia magnética craneal?

 

20.00-20.45 h Dilemas y controversias en trastornos del movimiento

Dra. María José Catalán

Dra. Rocío García-Ramos

 

•Manejo diagnóstico de un parkinsonismo con pobre respuesta al tratamiento
•Valor real de la RM en el diagnóstico precoz de los parkinsonismos atípicos

 


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