János Imre Barabás

János Imre Barabás
Semmelweis University | SOTE · Department of Cardiac Surgery

Doctor of Medicine

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September 2016 - November 2016
Semmelweis University
Position
  • PhD Student
March 2015 - present
Pázmány Péter Catholic University
Position
  • Student
Description
  • Based on MATLAB language, we are programing a computer support system which can predict surgical outcomes of the left ventricular aneurysmectomy.
September 2012 - present
Semmelweis University
Position
  • Research Assistant
Description
  • I am teaching anatomy to medical and pharmacy students.

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Publications (9)
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Use of 3D planning and 3D printing is expanding in healthcare. One of the common applications is the creation of anatomical models for the surgical procedure from DICOM files. These patient-specific models are used for multiple purposes, including visualization of complex anatomical situations, simulation of surgical procedures, patient education a...
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The optimal placement of the inflow cannula is critical for adequate ventricular unloading and device function in left ventricular assist device implantation. The anatomy of the left ventricle varies widely between patients yielding unpredictable surgical results depending on cannula position. We therefore aimed at devising a novel approach for opt...
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The mechanical circulatory support (MCS) program of the Semmelweis University Heart and Vascular Centre has become established over the last five years. The main requirements of our MCS program to be developed first were the Heart Transplantation and Heart Failure Intensive Care Unit and a well trained medical team. The wide range of mechanical cir...
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Introduction: Although surgical specialties utilize static models for preoperative planning, the evolution of dynamic planning methods and computer simulations created the opportunity for the introduction of dynamic parameters in cardiac surgery. Our aim was to apply 3D models in cardiac surgical practice, predicting fluid dynamic results, ventric...
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Aortic valve replacement (AVR) is a routine cardiac surgical intervention that is rarely associated with severe complications. In this report, we present a complex and unique case following AVR in a middleaged woman. We show the growing necessity for a strong cooperation between interventional cardiologists and cardiac surgeons, together with the e...
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Absztrakt A szívtranszplantáció kiemelt projekt lett a Semmelweis Egyetemen belül. Ennek megfelelően a szívátültetés és a mechanikus keringéstámogatás finanszírozása is rendkívüli jelentőséget kapott. A szerzők a transzplantációs és műszíves betegek költségeinek összehasonlításáról végzett költséghatékonysági számítási modell felépítéséről számolna...
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Increased survival after myocardial infarction and aging population are responsible for continuous growth the prevalence of heart failure. These changes increase the total number of patients and the rates of hospitalizations. The gold-standard surgical approach for these cases is the ventricle reshaping technique but it frequently lead to suboptima...
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Migration of a permanent pacemaker generator from their intramuscular pocket to the abdominal cavity is a less frequent, but potentially life-threatening complication. The authors present the case of a 69-year-old woman, who visited the emergency department of the clinic, with complains of non-specific abdominal symptoms. Her past medical history i...

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