Improving Medical Services in Neurology and Psychiatry - Extending and Improving Patient Life

Vascular Cognitive Impairment is part of a heterogeneous group of cognitive disorders (from mild cognitive impairment to dementia) determined by stroke. Through this project, the Romanian partner, "Victor Babes" University of Medicine and Pharmacy Timisoara, and its Serbian partners, "Dr Slavoljub Bakalovic" Hospital, Vrsac, and "Sveti Luka" Hospital Smederevo, are seeking to improve the medical services for the diagnosis and treatment of ischemic stroke, and vascular/mixt dementia, which are two of the main causes of mortality and inability to work (paresis, memory loss) in Europe, including the region along the entire Romanian-Serbian border, with a significant socio-economic impact. 

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TV reportage Digi24

Vascular Cerebral Accidents are among the first causes of mortality and morbidity in Romania after cardiovascular and oncological diseases. In addition to paralysis, speech difficulties or vision loss, most patients also develop cognitive impairment - the patient can not head, lose their memory, or is confused. In order to prevent these symptoms, several doctors in Romania and Serbia have started a cross-border project and the research will be done in Timisoara. 

Sursa: Digi24 - 31 octombrie 2017, Timisoara

TV reportage April 23, 2019

Brain strokes can be more effectively prevented and diagnosed in the cross-border region Romania-Serbia. This is due to a European project belonging to the Victor Babeş University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Timişoara and two hospitals from the Serbian localities Vrsac (Vârşeţ) and Smederevo.

Sursa: Facebook UMFT - April 23, 2019, Timisoara

TV Reportage April, 2019

Cerebral vascular accident is the second-highest disease in Romania, after cardiovascular disease. Although it is a preventable disease, stroke makes more and more victims among the Romanians because they are too late for a doctor. Dr. Dragoş Cătălin Jianu, PhD, neurologist, speaks to us in the Health Pill, about this affection with which 60,000 Romanians are diagnosed annually.