Romanian Society for Veterinary Minimally Invasive Surgery

Name: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Bucharest 

Address: Staicovici Street, No. 63

Bucharest, Romania

Main Phone:  0040723394731

Appointment Desk Phone : 0040723394731

Unit Phone #: 00723394731

Email: alexandrumv@yahoo.com

Website: hemodialivet.ro

 

Year Established: 2014

Average Annual Number of Treatments: 60

Average Annual Number of Patients: 36

IHD: Yes  CRRT:Yes  Charcoal Perfusion: No 

Plasmapheresis: No   Apheresis: No  Peritoneal Dialysis: Yes

 

Team Members: Vițălaru Bogdan Alexandru, PhD, Asist. Prof. Costea Ruxandra, Asist. Prof. Pascal Manuela, Micsa Catalin, Cristina Topala,  Dutulescu Valentin, Stefanescu Alina, Nina Ispas, Elena Sachelarie

 

Vițălaru Bogdan Alexandru, PhD

Role In Unit:      Director
Special Interest: Nephrology, Obstetrics, Oncology
Specialty Training in Nephrology: 6 months in pediatrics and veterinary clinics:   
Residency

Vitalaru Bogdan Alexandru graduated the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest in 2004. He received his PhD in October 2009, and he has participated since then in numerous national and international congresses and symposiums, both as a doctor and as a lecturer. Since January 2008, he is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest. Over the years he has participated in numerous scientific seminars and conferences and wrote more than 30 scientific papers on topics related to breeding pathology, biotechnology in breeding, breast and reproductive surgery.

In 2012 he established SRCMIV, whose Chairman he is, participating in numerous laparoscopic surgery courses.

In 2013 he organized the first veterinary laparoscopic surgery lecture.

Since January 2014, in collaboration with Braun Romania and within the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, he opened the first Veterinary Hemodialysis Clinic in Romania and one of the few in Eastern Europe.

The love and passion for the profession and animals, the desire to improve health care have led to the completion of a difficult but yet beautiful project which has as main aim to provide an extra chance to our pet friends.

The team he is part of is probably the most well knitted and homogeneous team of professionals who love animals and profession alike.

 

Asist. Prof. Costea Ruxandra

Role In Unit:      Anesthetist
Special Interest: Anesthesia
Specialty Training in Nephrology: 

Dr. Ruxandra Costea graduated in 2004 with a PhD in medical sciences. She continues her training and has participated in numerous international congresses and symposiums. She is currently the reference anesthetist in our country and a speaker at several national and international symposiums.

Asist. Prof. Pascal Manuela

Role In Unit:      Anesthetist
Special Interest:
Specialty Training in Nephrology: 
Residency

Dr. Manuela Pascal graduated the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest in 2003. She initially worked in the private sector, gaining a broad base of theoretical and practical knowledge and she joined our team in 2009; her major areas of interest are anesthesia, emergency medicine and biotechnology in breeding.

She continued to improve in development stages at the University of Liege and attended international conferences and lectures. She is currently working as an Assistant Professor at the faculty

Micsa Catalin

Role In Unit:      Student
Special Interest:
Specialty Training in Nephrology: 
Residency

“Since childhood, I have been passionate about animals, realizing that the best way to help all these creatures is to become a veterinarian. Since the early years of college, I have been attending medical stages in several practices in Bucharest and farms around Bucharest. I signed up for my PhD in a new area of Romanian surgery, namely minimally invasive operations, from a desire to avoid postoperative pain and complications.

I believe that a true practitioner should always be abreast with the most recent scientific expertise, always aware of the latest discoveries, and to this aim I continuously improve by attending conferences, workshops and congresses.“

… “If you want to do great things in life, you must have enthusiasm and passion. Whatever you do, do it with passion …” Donald Trump

Cristina Topala –  Assistant

 

Role In Unit:      Assistant
Special Interest:
Specialty Training in Nephrology: 
Residency

Sixth year student – “Out of love for small creatures, I strongly believe in the progress of Romanian veterinary medicine and I conscientiously work to improve veterinary medical services because I want to offer our country the possibility to treat our four-legged friends by European standards.”

 

Duțulescu Valentin – Assistant

Role In Unit:  Assistant
Special Interest:
Specialty Training in Nephrology: 
Residency

Sixth year student – “As a child, I grew up surrounded by animals and found the peace I needed in their eyes. I attended a high school specialized in sciences only because of competition inertia, after which I chose with my heart, I chose to do what I love. I decided to return the love given to us by these wonderful beings. In college I had and still have mentors that manage to succeed in taking veterinary medicine on its highest peaks, and so I want to follow in their footsteps.”

 

Ștefănescu Alina – Assistant

Role In Unit:     Assistant
Special Interest:
Specialty Training in Nephrology: 
Residency

 

Fifth year student – “Talking about yourself is probably the hardest thing. I don’t want to make up beautiful stories about how I have always wanted to be a veterinarian for so many and great reasons or how this is a dream come true. I wish from the bottom of my heart to be a veterinarian because I want to contribute to the development of medicine and science. I want to help improve therapy methods in certain diseases. I want to do all this because I consider that these are the most important things in my development as a person and because this way I can truly be helpful to others.”

 

Ispas Nina – Assistant

Role In Unit:     Assistant
Special Interest:
Specialty Training in Nephrology: 
Residency

Forth year student – “I’ve always been attracted to veterinary medicine because it gives me the opportunity to help animals and spend my time doing what I love most. I believe that by practicing this profession I will get satisfactions both professionally and personally, constantly evolving to a better version of myself.”

Sachelarie Elena – Assistant

Role In Unit:     Assistant
Special Interest:
Specialty Training in Nephrology: 
Residency

Third year student – “Since childhood, when someone asked me what I want do when I grow up, the answer has always been the same: I want to become a veterinarian.  The desire to heal animals not only pushed me to this career, but it has also educated me, giving me the opportunity to develop skills such as patience, gentleness and compassion for animals. Out of love for animals, I chose this path. I believe that, just like people, animals need support, and that quite often they end up being superior to humans.”