Clinic for Emergency Internal Medicine
The Clinic deals with the diagnosis and the treatment of patients with the most severe and acute internal diseases, that is the patients not requiring the surgical treatment as a primary mode of treatment.
The services this Clinic offers include the following:
  • Diagnostics and treatment of emergency conditions in internal medicine
  • Intensive monitoring and therapy
  • Reperfusion therapy in acute myocardial infarction and treatment of both acute and chronically severe heart insufficiency
  • Treatment of severe respiratory infection- Respirator utilization
  • Nosocomial infections- diagnostics and treatment
  • Diagnostics and treatment of severe metabolic and hemodynamic conditions
  • Placement of the central vein catheters and temporary pacemakers, as well as pleural, lumbar and the other therapeutic-diagnostic punctions
  • Invasive cardiology diagnostics and treatment: coronarography, percutaneous coronary interventions, aorthography and heart catheterization
  • Echocardiography examination: transthoracic and transesophageal echocardiography along with echocardiograph stress tests
In 1956, the Toxicology Department working within the framework of the Department of General Internal Medicine was established. It grows into Department of Emergency Internal Medicine and Toxicology, headed by lieutenant colonels doctors M. Cramer and V. Ćosić. In 1965, the Toxicology Department became the Department of Emergency Internal Medicine and Toxicology expanding by formation in the Section for Reanimation and Intensive Treatment. In 1983, the Clinic obtained present establishment.
MMA’s Information Office: +381 11 266 11 22, +381 11 266 27 55
Head of the Clinic: Col. Prof. Dr. Slobodan Obradović
Tel: +381 11 266 33 79
Administration Office: +381 11 360 81 35

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