THORACOSCOPIC AND LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY
An experienced surgeon with skills and knowledge to diagnose, recognize challenges, carry out all the necessary therapeutic options, and resolve potential problems that can arise in the course of treatment.
Has the ability to reconcile the two worlds of minimally invasive surgery and oncology.
AN EXPERT IN TREATING ESOHPAGEAL CANCER AND IN LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY
A leading expert in the field of minimally invasive esophageal surgery
The first to start performing minimally invasive esophageal surgeries in the country and the region
An expert in the field of esophageal cancer surgery
Rich experience in the minimally invasive approach to the treatment of esophageal cancer
Stretches the limits of minimally invasive surgery of the esophagus
by improving the existing and developing new surgical procedures
A consultant for surgical treatment of the esophagus
in several university hospitals in the country and the region
A world-renowned expert
Member of the Education and Training Committee of the European Association of Endoscopic Surgery
First minimally invasive surgery
Esophageal cancer surgeries
Dr Bjelović began his training at the Esophagus Surgery Centre at the Clinical Centre of Serbia, which is the regional centre for the surgery of the esophagus.
He continued at the National Cancer Center in Tokyo (Japan), which sets the standards of contemporary diagnostics and treatment of esophageal cancer.
COMBINING TRADITION AND INNOVATION
Dr Bjelović was the first to start performing laparoscopic and thoracoscopic esophageal cancer surgery building on the experience of professor James Luketić, the surgeon who set the standards of contemporary minimally invasive treatment of esophageal cancer in one of the most well-known centres for this type of surgery in the US (the University Hospital in Pittsburgh).
COMBINING ONCOLOGY AND SURGERY
A surgeon who is able to consider the treatment of esophageal cancer in a multi-disciplinary fashion and combine all available therapeutic options.
Radical, minimally invasive surgical approach
Contemporary oncological therapy
IT IS NECESSARY TO ENSURE THE PATIENT’S NUTRITION EVEN WHEN THE SURGERY HAS TO BE POSTPONED
In a number of patients, surgical treatment needs to be postponed because chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy need to be carried out first.
Before the start of treatment, adequate nourishment has to be ensured by:
Endoscopic esophageal stent insertion
Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG)
TREATMENT FOCUSED ON PATIENTS' BEST INTERESTS - ERAS PROTOCOL
Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) protocol represents a modern concept of surgical treatment.
It is focused on reducing stress caused by surgery.
Complications and recovery after operations are reduced by 30-50%.
BECAUSE I CARE…
And want to make the latest top-quality minimally invasive surgery safe and available
And feel responsibility for patients, patients’ family members, and colleagues
And instill a sense of security and trust by utilizing a holistic approach
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