Dr. Branka Adzic
- Examining patients physically, taking cultural and social sensitivities into consideration
- Giving appropriate health education and advice to patients and carers’ to enable self-management
- Advise patients about strategies for maintaining optimal health, including disease and accident prevention
- Performing routine surgery, such as primary closure techniques (suturing), ingrown toenail removal, skin lesion biopsies and removal of foreign bodies from eyes, ears or wounds
- Providing emergency care for acute coronary syndrome, cardiac arrhythmias, edema pulmonary and asthma attacks inoculate patients, including children from six weeks of age
- Providing pre-natal and post-natal care
- Assessment and treatment of adults and children with most on the scene-based urgent care needs: sprains, bruises, fractures, burns, lacerations, work-related injuries, etc.
- Adult ECG studies
- Treatment of acute intoxications and basic and advanced life support
- Non-invasive procedures such as administering oxygen through CPR or with a ventilator, stopping bleeding, and splinting a broken bone
- Invasive procedures such as starting intravenous lines and administering drips and drugs through them, designed to stabilize the heart and to execute procedures to facilitate breathing, such as endotracheal intubation
In 2007 and 2008, Dr. Branka Adzic was committed to research activities at the Gynaecological and General Surgery departments of the Medical Faculty, University of Novi Sad, Serbia. During that time she examined the effectiveness of birth control methods; influence of infertility on the individual, family and social aspects of life; methods of resolving monstrous bilateral inguinal hernias; analysis of postoperative complications following pancreatic resection, and role of surgical resection in therapy of pancreatic adenocarcinoma.
Fluent in English, Serbian, Spanish
- Licensed in Serbia since 2009
- Passed USMLE 1, USMLE 2cs parts of the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE)