The pain may follow both the illness and healing. Its suppression is one of the key tasks in surgeries and invasive procedures. Often, not only the pain but also the feeling of nausea, vomiting, insecurity and anxiety make patients worrisome. This is my mission and calling – be there for the suffering patient, quell the pain, ensure the stability of all human vital functions, provide the sense of confidence and comfort.
Since 2018 – Anaesthesiologist – Reanimatologist at Clinic AGATAS;
Since 2006 – Lecturer at Clinicof Anesthesiology of the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences Theaches the course of anaesthesiology for the studens of Medical and Dental faculties.Gives lectures for doctoral and nursing qualification upgrading, resident and student education programs;
Since 1997 – Assistant physician at the Clinic of Anesthesiology of the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences;
1998 obtained the qualification of a MD Anaesthesiologist-Reanimatologist.
Since 1998 –Anaesthesiologist – Reanimatologist at the Department of Anesthesiology of Neurosurgery at the Clinic of Anesthesiology, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences;
1996 – 2000 – Anaesthesiologist – Reanimatologist at the Intensive Care Unit of the Kaunas Red Cross Hospital;
2000 – 2004 – Anaesthesiologist – Reanimatologist at the Intensive Care Unit of Panevėžys Hospital;
2005 – 2009 – studied doctoral studies in the field of medical science in biomedical sciences. In 2010 he defended a dissertation “Comparison of Cerebral Changes in Neurosurgical Operations Using Sevoflurane and Propofol”. Doctor of Medicine degree awarded;
Internships and trainings
Participation in the qualification upgrading courses at the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences ;
ACLS and ATLC courses organized by the Crisis Research Center;
Teachers’ training in the development of educational competence;
Internships at the Icelandic University Hospital and the University of Padua.
Read reports at conferences and international congresses in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Germany, France, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Spain, England.
Since 1998 he is the first in Lithuania who applies the spinal anesthesia method for spinal lumbar neurosurgical surgeries, which ensures patient comfort, treatment of high quality and effectiveness and reduces financial and time costs.
Member of the Lithuanian Association of Anaesthesiologists’ Reanimatologists’.
Member of the European Society of Anesthesiologists.