LAPAROSCOPIC ACHALASIA SURGERY
An experienced surgeon with skills and knowledge to diagnose, recognize challenges, carry out all the necessary therapeutic options, and resolve potential problems that could arise in the course of treatment of achalasia.
Competent to resolve the issues arising from prior unsuccessful achalasia treatment.
COMBINING TRADITIONAL VALUES AND ADVANCED THERAPEUTIC APPROACH
Dr. Bjelović gained experience in classic surgery in the treatment of benign diseases at the Esophagus Surgery Centre at the Clinical Centre of Serbia.
More than 15 years ago he began performing minimally invasive surgeries building on the experience of professor James Luketić, the surgeon who set the standards of contemporary laparoscopic treatment of benign esophagus diseases in one of the most well-known centres for this type of surgery in the US (the University Hospital in Pittsburgh).
AN EXPERT IN LAPAROSCOPIC ACHALASIA SURGERY
Stretches the limits of the minimally invasive surgery of achalasia
by improving the existing and developing new surgical procedures
An expert in the field of benign esophageal diseases
with rich experience of more than 25 years
A consultant for the surgical treatment of achalasia
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 laparoscopic surgery
HAS THE COMPETENCE TO RESOLVE THE ISSUES OF PRIOR UNSUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF ACHALASIA
The reappearance of difficulty swallowing after the operation may be caused by an inadequately performed initial operation or by the further progression of the disease.
The second laparoscopic surgery to solve the issues of prior unsuccessful treatment of achalasia is an expert procedure.
If it is not possible to resolve the issues laparoscopically, a more significant surgical intervention needs to be performed to alter part or the whole of the esophagus.
A SURGEON WHO PERFORMS THE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE ESOPHAGUS IN CASES WHEN IT IS IRREVERSIBLY DAMAGED
Achalasia is a progressive chronic disease.
In a number of patients, especially when the treatment started late, the function of the esophagus can be severely or irreversibly damaged.
In such cases, part or the whole of the esophagus needs to be replaced to enable unhindered intake of food through the mouth.
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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