Gabriel Cismaru

Iuliu Hațieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy

Dr. Cismaru Gabriel received his doctorate in medicine from the “Iuliu Hatieganu” University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Cluj-Napoca, in 2016, and earned his MD degree from the same university in 2005. After completing his residency in cardiology, Dr. Cismaru began his electrophysiology fellowship at the Institut Lorrain du Coeur et des Vaisseaux Louis Mathieu, Nancy, France. In 2011, he started working at the Electrophysiology Laboratory of the Rehabilitation Hospital, Cluj-Napoca. He also works in the Intensive Care Cardiology Unit of the hospital and performs bedside procedures for patients with severe and life-threatening cardiac illnesses and injuries. He is trained to offer close monitoring and support to ensure normal cardiac functions for patients with unstable cardiac conditions. Dr. Cismaru has authored or coauthored peer-reviewed articles and book chapters in the field of general cardiology, arrhythmias, and cardiac pacing.

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Shifting the performance of an invasive procedure from operating room or interventional lab to the ICU has advantages for both the patient and the doctor performing the procedure. The book is a guide to interventions that are commonly performed in the intensive care unit, without the need of an operating room. In the following chapters, the authors show that procedures like endotracheal intubation, videolaryngoscopy, pericardial puncture, lumbar puncture and percutaneous cholecystostomy, and intra-abdominal pressure monitoring can be safely performed outside the operating room, at the bed of the patient. All the chapters of the book are clinically orientated providing explanations and illustrations for invasive procedures. Practical recommendations are given in the book, accompanied by figures for techniques performed in critically ill patients. It will serve the experienced doctor who has not performed a procedure for a long time as well as the young doctors needing a practical assistance when facing a new patient.

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