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April 20
Welcome Reception
Honorary Lecture
Chair: László Halmy
19:00 - 20:00
Jean-Pierre Depres (Canada):
Visceral obesity, metabolic syndrome and global cardiometabolic risk: implications for assessment and management

April 21
9:00 - 10:30
Diagnostic methods
Chair: Éva Martos
9.00 - 9.30 D. L. Ergun (Global Technology Lunar, GE, US): New Perspectives on Body Composition with DXA

9.30 – 10.00 László Halmy (IRM Central Hosp., Budapest): Multiphase bioimpedance in diagnosis of visceral obesity

10.00 – 10.30 Lajos Lõcsey, Béla Borbás, Beatrix Szlanka, István Ménes, Anikó Dán, László Szabó, László Asztalos, István Lõrincz (Kenézy Hosp .I. Dept, I. Med. Dept. DEOEC Univ. Debrecen , Hungary): Connection between visceral fat surface and cardiovascular complications in chronic renal patients

10:30 - 10:45
Coffee break
10:45 - 13:15
Co-morbidities I.
Chair: György Paragh
10.45 – 11. 15 Tamás Forster (SZOTE Univ., Szeged): Abdominal obesity and cardiac diseases

11.15 – 11.45 Aladár Rónaszéki (Péterffy Hosp., Budapest): The role of obesity in development of congestive heart failure

11.45 – 12.15 Sándor Alföldi (SE Univ., Budapest): Treatment of hypertension in metabolic syndrome – In point of view the PPAR-gamma system

12.15 – 12.45 Péter Kempler (1st Dept. SE Univ., Budapest): Postprandial hyperglycaemia and cardiovascular risk in IGT and diabetes mellitus – Is there a need for early intervention?

12.45 – 13.15 István Barna (SE Univ., Budapest): Novel antihypertensive therapy

13:15 - 14:15
Isaeva M.V.1, Shutov A.M.1,Isaeva I.N.2, Gorbunov V.I.2 (1Dept Med and 2Dept of Public Health of State University, Ulyanovsk, Russia): Obesity, kidney dysfunction and severity of asthma

László Halmy¹, Csaba Halmy² (IRM Central Hosp., Budapest¹, Central Military Hosp., Budapest²): 275 kg weight reduction by successful treatment of a female patient weighing 400 kg - Herbalife combined dietary treatment in morbid obesity

Pados Gy, Sztanek F*, Koncsos P*, Audikovszky M, Varga É*, Seres I*, Paragh Gy* St. Imre Hospital, Budapest, *First Department of Medicine, Medical and Health Science Center, University of Debrecen, Hungary Effect of low-fat and low-carbohydrate diets on weight LOSS and metabolic parameters

14:15 - 16:25
Co-morbidities II.
Chair: József Pucsok
14.15 – 14.45 László Simon (Tolna M. Hosp.): The GERD in obesity

14.45 – 15.15 György Paragh (DOTE Univ., Debrecen): Lipid-metabolism disorders in abdominal obesity

15.15 – 15.45 István Kiss (Szent Imre Hosp., Budapest): Obesity and renal diseases

15.45 – 16.05 Katalin Várdi Visy, László Kunos (SE Univ., Budapest): Sleep apnoea – Pulmonologist’s aspects

16.05 – 16.25 László Halmy (IRM Central Hosp., Budapest): Sleep apnoea in obesity

16:25 - 16:45
Coffee Break
16:45 - 18:45
Chair: Antal Czinner
16.45 – 17.15 János Bende, G. Medgyessy, M. Csiszar, M. Ursu (Dept of Surgery, Peterfy Teaching Hospital, Budapest): Treatment of extreme obesity with Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Band

17.15 – 17.35 Eszter Halmy¹, László Halmy² (Hungarian Association for Overweight and Obese¹, IRM Central Hosp., Budapest²): Effects of body weight management on risk factors in visceral obesity – The role of step counter in brisk walking

17.35 – 17.50 Beatrix Sármán (SE Univ., Budapest): Treatment of impaired glucose tolerance and diabetes in obesity

17.50 – 18.05 Gabriella Koroknai (Univ. of Pécs Faculty of Health Scienses Institute of Physiotherapy), Brigitta Hüse (Univ. of Pécs Faculty of Health Scienses Institute of Physiotherapy), László Bajnok (Univ. of Pécs Medical School Department of Internal Medicie), László Pótó (Univ. of Pécs Faculty of Medicine Institute of Bioanalysis): Effects of aerobic and resistance exercises on untrained, obese women

18.05 – 18.20 N. Lasztity, P. Sebestyén, A. Czinner (Dept. of Pediatrics, Heim Pal Children’s Hospital, Budapest): Risk factors for coronary heart disease and physical activity in obese children

18.20 – 18.35 Ágnes Gajdács, László Bólya (MediFat® Consulting Institute, Budapest): The importance of the determination of the visceral fat area in the perioperative risk stratification

18.35 – 18.45 L. G. Halmy¹, L. Halmy² (Platon Health Ltd¹., IRM Central Hosp., Budapest²) The negative correlation of serum triglyceride and BMI and the positive correlation of CRP and BMI in morbid obesity


Instrumental diagnostic methods:
2. Multiphase bio impedance
3. Computer tomography

4. Abdominal type of obesity and cardiovascular disease
5. Hypertension in obesity
6. The treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus in obesity
7. Lipid and lipoprotein disorders in visceral obesity
8. Connections between renal diseases and obesity
9. The significance of visceral obesity in GERD
10. Sleep apnoea and visceral obesity
11. Surgical possibilities in the treatment of morbid obesity

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