Internal Medicine for Infectious Diseases

A doctor who specialises in internal medicine is called an internist, also known as an internal medicine physician. Preventing, diagnosing, and treating illnesses and injuries is the main focus of internal medicine. Specialists in internal medicine are trained to identify and treat common diseases, acute and chronic illnesses, and challenging diagnostic problems. While they may have additional training in subspecialties like infectious diseases, internal medicine practitioners focus on treating individuals within general medicine. Internal medicine specialty known as infectious disease medicine concentrates on the identification and management of infections. Infectious disease internists are frequently called upon to assist in the diagnosis of unidentified illnesses and manage challenging, unusual, or severe infections, even though general internists and other speciality doctors treat the bulk of infections. A good understanding of infectious disease medicine is required.

  • Track 1-1 Adolescent Medicine
  • Track 2-2 Adult Immunization
  • Track 3-3 Internal Medicine and Critical Care
  • Track 4-4 Telemedicine
  • Track 5-5 Internal Medicine and Clinical trials

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