Global Conference on
Surgery and Anesthesia
- October 21-23, 2019
- Dubai, UAE
She was born on 6th of June 1969 in Nis, Serbia. She graduated from elementary school tha was located in Nis, same as her medical high school Dr Milenko Hadzic, department of physiotherapist.
In 1988, she enrolled in the Medical University in Nis and graduted in 1993, with and average grade 9,13.
She started working in October, 1994 at the Medical Universityin Ni as an associate.She was admitted to the Clinic of Neurosurgery in Nis on July 15th ,1995. She started a specialization in neurosurgery in the same year, and graduated it in November 2000.
She defended my master thesis called: "Analyzing the condition of patients with head injuries within the politraum" in 1998, at the Medical Faculty in Nis.
Her doctorial dissertation called:"Infection as a postoperative complication in neurosurgical patients,"She defended in 2005 at the same place, i.e. at the Medical Facutly of Nis.
Since 2007 She an associate - assistant on the subject of Surgery with War Surgery - Neurosurgery, at the Medical Faculty in Nis and since 2013 . she is professor's assistan at the same faculty.
In April 2017 She was elected for a Director of the Clinic for Neurosurgery at the Clinical Center Nis.
she went on a lot of educational trainings held by professionals in my country and abroad, She have also received many certificates from those courses.
She was a participant in the projects called:
1)The use of the "Novo Seven" preparation in mass bleeding in trauma in general surgery and neurosurgery,
2) Application of Clazmosentan in order to prevent the occurrence of connective tissue following operative resolution of aneurysmal changes in the blood vessels.
Now, I am the head manager of the project called: “Molecular diagnostics of glioblastoma”.
I have 63scientific and professional papers published.
Introduction: Whether to treat aneurysms, surgically or by endovascular occlusion, is a frequent subject of debate between neurosurgeons and radiologists.
The objective: Has been to take a general position on when to apply, which method through the overview of the results, that have been achieved so far. However, each patient must be seen as an individual in order for the right decision to be made.
Methods: A prospective study of 336 patients, who were treated at the clinic of Neurosurgery in Nis and who had an aneurysm, in the period between January 2015 and December 2017, has been conducted. Hunt-Hess grading system was used and the patients who were treated were those with grade I, II and III.
Results: Out of 336 bleeding aneurysms, embolization was used to treat 154 of them, whereas 282 patients underwent operative treatment. No bleeding aneurysms were 55 patients, embolization was used to treat 35 and operative treatment in 20 patients.
Conclusion: Embolization was a method of choice when dealing with aneurysms in the basilar flow as well as in the initial segment of the carotid flow.
Better results were obtained in patients treated, either surgically or endovascularly, 72 hours after the bleeding.