Patients can expect world-class care in Pécs

The Translational Interventional Endoscopy Center (TIEC) was established in the framework of the GINOP-2.3.2-15-2016-00048 Stay Alive project at the 1st Department of Medicine, PTE. In addition to the most advanced endoscopic equipment, the center, which is well-equipped at international level, has also acquired anesthesia machines and X-ray equipment for intervention. Thus, in severe conditions such as necrotizing pancreatitis, instead of prolonged major surgical interventions, minimal endoscopic interventions for the patient are available.

In January 2016, University of Pécs was the first academy in Hungary to institutionalize translational medicine, and since then the Center has been expanding its range of collaboration opportunities. In recent years, research cooperation with more than 400 foreign institutions has been established, which is reflected in the growing number of scientific publications: 20% of the nearly 300 publications of the Faculty of Medicine this year are related to the Translational Medicine Center.

The aim of the Clinical Center of the University of Pécs is to provide high-quality patient care while providing an opportunity for its physicians to advance in science. The transfer of the new endoscopy center will give residents and practitioners a chance to maintain their scientific activity in the long term, along with patient care. There is no endoscopic center similar to the TIEC created by this technology in the CEE region, so the investment also contributes to non-invasive interventions (eg ultrasound), as well as training young people and youth education.


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