Dr. Kristóf Rácz is an anesthesiologist and intensive care specialist. He graduated from Semmelweis University in 2000, and in 2006 he passed the specialist examination. He has <b>19</b> years of experience in cardiovascular <b>anaesthesia</b>, heart transplantation, artificial heart anesthesia and intensive therapy.
He has been working at Semmelweis University since 2004, and between 2007-2009 he gained valuable experience as an employee of Imperial College London and Harefield Hospital NHS Trust.
In 2020, he joined the anesthesiologist team at Saint Magdolna Private Hospital, where he has been learning pain management from Dr. Edit Rácz, Dr. Ágnes Stogicza and Dr. Balázs Bartos.
In addition to cardio-vascular anesthesia and intensive therapy, he is also interested in chronic musculoskeletal and cancer pain treatment with ultrasound- and X-ray-guided procedures, as well as the fields of application of regenerative medicine.