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Zurab Kheladze

Doctor of Medicine, professor, academician Born in 1952, He was internships in Moscow,Kiev , Petersburg , Rome, New York, Washington , Cairo and other cities in Critical Care Medicine leading clinics. From 1977 to 2015 he worked at the Tbilisi State Medical University for high academic and scientific positions. He is the Director of the Georgian Institute of Critical Care Medicine, founded by him in 1991, and is also a Professor at Tbilisi State University. He is the Founder and Vice President of the Georgian Academy of Medical Sciences. Also it is Founder and Head of the International Critical Care & Catastrophe Medicine International Symposium in Tbilisi. In 2017 he was President of the World's first International Workshop of the Interacademy Partnership in the Critical Care Medicine. He is the State Expert of the Ministry of Labor, Health and Social Affairs .He is the author of more than 1,000 scientific papers, textbooks, inventions and patents. He has brought up the overwhelming majority of physicians in Georgia today, with over 1,000. In addition, more than 75,000 patients have been treated by Zurab Kheladze, including more or less well-known Georgian state and public figures in critical condition in recent years.Under his leadership 15 dissertations are protected. He led the medical process for the victims of the April 9 tragedy in Tbilisi and has been leading the treatment of fighters and civilians critically injured in Georgia's territorial integrity since the first day of his death. Signed by the Honorable Mention. He is also awarded the title of "Doctor of the Century" by the Caucasus Doctors Lieges.

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