Jiri Jerabek, M.D., Ph.D.

Jiri Jerabek, M.D., Ph.D.

Jerabek

Position:
Chief Surgeon, Brno

Education: 

  • 1990 – 1996: Faculty of Medicine of Masaryk University Brno
  • 1999: Specialization I. degree – General Surgery
  • 2005: Specialization II. degree – General Surgery
  • 2011: University degree Doctor of Philosophy

Training: 

  • General surgery in full with focus on minimally invasive techniques
  • Laparoscopic surgery – the entire spectrum of diagnoses: from gall bladder surgery, appendectomy, hernia, after colorectal surgery (intestinal resection), gastric surgery (resection, fundoplication, sleeve gastrectomy, gastric plication, gastric banding) to spleen, adrenal and kidney surgery
  • Since 2006 robotic surgery at I. Department of Surgery, St. Anne’s University Hospital and Faculty of Medicine of Masaryk University Brno – operations with DaVinci robotic system on patients with diseases of the intestines, stomach and adrenal glands
  • Research and operational solutions of inguinal hernias and incisional hernias (research within the doctoral thesis “Study and evaluation of the biomechanical properties of different types of polypropylene surgical meshes” 2010)

Experiences: 

  • London, Mestre, New York, Paris, Lyon and other Diplomas and Certificates
  • 2004: License of Czech Medical Chamber to carry private medical practice and provide consultancy services in the field of surgery

Member: 

  • Czech Surgical Society (CSS)
  • Minimally Invasive Surgery Section of CSS
  • Bariatric Surgery Section of CSS
  • IFSO (The International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity and Metabolic Disorders)
  • EHS (The European Hernia Society)
  • EAES (The European Association for Endoscopic Surgery)

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