Professionalism, Empathy, Disponibility

I am your General Surgeon. You can count on me!

I am an Digestive Surgeon specialized in advanced laparoscopic and robotic surgery with activity in the field of parietal, bariatric, colorectal and hepatobiliary surgery with an active interest for the academic aspect and for the research in the field of digestive surgery.

The doctor license was obtained at Medicine in Pharmacy Faculty in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. During my medical formation I have manifested high interests for the surgery and after the Residency exam I followed the path of surgery. My surgery training was performed in 3 different countries: Romania, France and Belgium where I took contact with different European Surgical Schools. This experience gave me the possibility to integrate different surgical mentalities and techniques and to synthetize the best surgical attitude.

Surgical Training

  • Digestive Surgeon at Saint-Pierre University Hospital Brussels 3 years and 7 months
  • General surgery, Senior Assistant, 8 months (Notre Dame de Grace Clinic, Charleroi, Belgium)
  • Urology, Senior Assistant, 4 months (Notre Dame de Grace Clinic, Charleroi, Belgium)
  • Cardio-thoracic and vascular surgery, 5 months, Senior Resident (CHU UCL Mont Goddine Belgium)
  • General surgery  7 months (CHU UCL Mont Goddine Belgium)
  • General surgery  PAA  6 months (Avignon, France)
  • General surgery  FFI  6 months (Mulhouse, France)
  • General surgery  PAA 6 months (Annecy, France)
  • General surgery  FFI  6 months (Béziers, France)
  • General surgery  PAA 18 months (Avignon, France)
  • General surgery  12 months (Surgery Clinic no. I Cluj-Napoca, Romania)
  • Bioetic 2 weeks (Cluj Napoca, Roumania)
  • Reanimation 2 months (Surgery Clinic no. I Cluj-Napoca, Romania)
  • Orthopedics 6 months ( Orthopedic  Hospital , Cluj-Napoca , Romania)


  • Monitor at the Anatomy and Embryology Course CHU Cluj-Napoca
  • Practical course in laparoscopic surgery for beginners (May 2011)
  • Practical course in wound treatment (December 2011)
  • Practical course in mechanical sutures (December 2011) Intensive course on digestive cancerology- April 2013
  • DU Colorectal Surgery Techniques- IPC Marseille- 2015
  • Laparoscopic right adrenalectomy- Issuing authority European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education
  • Laparoscopic cholecystectomy for acute cholecystitis – Issuing authority European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education
  • DU Surgical Ecography, IHU Strasbourg 2019
  • DU Hepato-Bilio-Pancreatic Surgery and Liver Transplantation, Paul Brousse Hospital, Paris 2019
  • DIU Abdominal Robotic Surgery 2021
  • Certificate of good clinical practice- ROCHE 2020
  • Member RBSS
  • Member BAST

Course Attendance



Nutritional status of the patients is continuous concern in medical and surgical specialities. The impact of the nutritional status of the patients on the outcomes of the surgical patients is well documented in literature. Nutritional screening from admission to hospital is very important because severe malnutrition can be life threatening, especially for the patients with poor general status health. There are multiples approaches for the feeding tube placement, endoscopic, radiological or surgical approach. The final purpose is to provide the optimal amount of calories for these patients.

We describe in this guide different approaches and multiples surgical techniques but also nutritional and psychological orientation. For the patients who are unable to have an oral alimentation, the negative psychological impact must be taken into account, and later can predispose the patient to social isolation and depression. The future is open for new and improved enteral feeding liquids, materials used for the tube composition and minimally invasive placement techniques.

Chapter 17 in the book:

Recent Developments in Medicine and Medical Research Vol. 2