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Success stories: Dr. Turcanu Mihai
The things start to settle down for us little by little.
On the first weekend we explored the surroundings. The small towns are wonderful; we arrived to Karlovy, then to Bayreuth, Wunsiedel etc.
About the hospital is hard to write. The hospital is one where the emergencies are treated only during the day. Here I attended surgeries as: osteosynthesis ; hip and knee prosthesis, the classical ones or the ones attended by the Galileo robot, that I have seen before only on Discovery; and then vascular surgeries as pacemaker montage for heart or varicosity. We also do laparoscopic surgeries of inguinal hernias. I don’t have enough time to describe the way the surgery rooms look like here.
From the time point of view is not that good as you start work at 7 a.m. and you finish around 16-17 p.m. Here the doctor does everything: taking blood samples, bandage up, catheter, etc.
I have a nice office, obvious with a computer that has access to all the medical documents a patient had before, even the medical imagistic data.
The clinic is well equipped having between others an electric mechanism for putting the patient on the surgery table, observation cabin for the patience from the department, an interconnection system with the Nurnberg University, Regensburg University and some other hospitals from the region that allows us to be in contact with the doctors from these hospitals. When a blood sample is taken, the sample is placed in a fabric covering and is sent to the laboratory throw a vacuum system.
After less than 5 minutes (3 minutes maybe) the system signals the results bulletin. If the results have pathological figures, these will appear on all the computers. Or should I tell you about the ADAC helicopter which lands on the heliport in order to take the patients to the university hospitals? Here is another world.
My colleagues are ok, I also got to know some Romanians whom have been very nice and offered to help us at the beginning.
So that the result is positive and we look trustful ahead.