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Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care in Lithuania. Prof. Juozas Iva škevičius. Historical facts Present situation Education and trainig The future. VILNI US. 12 th of February, 1847 , Vilnius Medical Society - A.ADOMAVIČIUS Presentation about ether anaesthesia.

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Historical facts
  • Present situation
  • Education and trainig
  • The future
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12th of February, 1847, Vilnius Medical Society - A.ADOMAVIČIUS Presentation about ether anaesthesia.

william stewart halsted 1852 1922
William Stewart Halsted, 1852-1922

“The advent of anaesthesia

has made it so that any idiot

can become a surgeon”

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1946

  • Anaesthesia
    • open mask ether anaesthesia only for complicated operations
    • Performed by nurses from surgical department
    • local infiltration anaesthesia
  • Fluid therapy
    • no infusions perioperatively,
    • after operation – subcutaneous infusion
  • Statistics
    • up to 50% of patients died because of ileus,
    • 5% of patients died because of acute appendicitis
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1955 – the first endotracheal anaesthesias were performed

1958 – Health Care Ministry introduced incumbency of anaesthesiologist

1961 – Spinal anaesthesia

1962 - Lithuanian Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care was founded

1963 – the first department of anaesthesiology was opened in Vilnius

1964 – postgraduate training of anaesthesiologists was started

hospitals in lithuania 2004
Hospitals in Lithuania - 2004

80 hospitals

Kaunas Medical University Clinics

Vilnius University Hospital Santariškių Clinics

number of anaesthesias 2004
Number of Anaesthesias - 2004

Total number – 210 000

  • General anaesthesia –

147 000 (70 %)

  • Regional and local anaesthesia –

63 000 (30 %)

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Development of anaesthesiology and intensive care in Lithuania was close related with

Vilnius University

Faculty of Medicine

Kaunas Medical

University

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ANAESTHESIOLOGY in VILNIUS UNIVERSITY

AFTER 1990

Clinic of anaesthesiology and intensive care with 2 centers

5 training Hospitals: 30 192 anaesthesias, 11 080 ICU pts.

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Development of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care in Kaunas Medical University

Number of anaesthesias – 34 650, 9 030 ICU pts.

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Scientific research work

  • Anaesthesia and coexisting diseases.
  • Regional anaesthesia.
  • 3. Cardiac anaesthesia and cardiopulmonary bypass.
  • 4. Sepsis and multiple organ system failure.
  • 5. Enteral and parenteral nutrition.
  • 6. Treatment of acute and chronic pain.
  • 7. Therapeutic apheresis.
residency program
Residency Program

In compliance with:

  • Lithuanian laws and regulations
  • European Union laws and regulations:
    • Training Guidelines in Anesthesia of the European Board of Anaesthesiology Reanimation and Intensive Care, 2001
    • European Council Directive 93/16/EEC
    • European Council Directive 2001/19/EC
anaesthesiologists in training
Anaesthesiologists in Training
  • Vilnius University Faculty of Medicine

27 residents

2005 graduated 10 residents

Admitted - 8 residents

  • Kaunas Medical University

36 residents

2005 graduated 12 residents

Admitted - 12 residents

training of anaesthesiologists
Training of Anaesthesiologists
  • Until 2003 –

1 year of internship, 3 years of residency

  • Now –

1 year of internship, 4 years of residency

residency program1
Residency Program
  • 1 year – basics of anaesthesia and intensive care
  • 3 years – specialty anaesthesia and intensive care
  • New program – more time to spend in intensive care, pain clinic.
  • One credit point – 40 hours
continuing medical education cme
Continuing Medical Education (CME)

Recertification every 5 years.

CME forms

Formal CME – 120 hours, training at

  • Vilnius University Faculty of Medicine
  • Kaunas Medical University
  • Also publications in scientific journals, lectures, etc.
continuing medical education cme1
Continuing Medical Education (CME)

CME forms

Nonformal CME – 80 hours,

  • Local conferences held by medical university or faculty together with scientific society
  • Conferences abroad, etc.
continuing medical education cme2
Continuing Medical Education (CME)
  • Government should ensure 70 % of the finances for CME. The other part – doctor himself, employer, company, etc.
  • Financial difficulties to go to conferences abroad
lithuania
Lithuania

10-11 May, 2003

Referendum about the membership in European Union

64 % came to vote.

90 % said yes.

lithuanian statistics number of p hysicians
Lithuanian Statistics - Number of Physicians

2005

2nd Baltic Conference of Health Care Policy, September 30th , 2005

lithuanian statistics number of p hysicians in lithuania
Lithuanian Statistics - Number of Physicians in Lithuania

2015

Shortage of physicians - 1000

2nd Baltic Conference of Health Care Policy

September 30th , 2005

reasons of shortage of physicians in lithuania 2015
Reasons of Shortage of Physicians in Lithuania, 2015
  • Emigration
  • Age
  • Other reasons
  • Critical areas:
  • Anaesthesiology and intensive care
  • Gynecology, obstetrics
  • Ophthalmology

2nd Baltic Conference of Health Care Policy September 30th , 2005

number anaesthesiologists in lithuania
Number Anaesthesiologists in Lithuania
  • Year 1996 – 576
  • Year 2002 – 634 (all licensed)
  • Year 2005 – 683 (all licensed)

Lithuanian Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care

        • Year 2002 – 384 members
        • Year 2005 - 505 members
licensed anaesthesiologists in lithuania
Licensed Anaesthesiologists in Lithuania
  • Number of anaesthesiologists age > 60 years – 10 %
  • 10 % have applied for references from Lithuanian Health Care Ministry that are required in EU countries

2nd Baltic Conference of Health Care Policy, September 30th , 2005

number anaesthesiologists in lithuania1
Number Anaesthesiologists in Lithuania
  • Enough according to WSFA recommendations – 1,9 per 10000 pop.
  • Shortage of anaesthesiologists in some rural hospital
  • Some foreign countries do not include doctors working in intensive care
  • Possible problem in future – “brain drain”.
muscle relaxants

39 %

26%

21 %

11 %

3 %

Muscle Relaxants

39 %

26%

an a est hesia machines
Anaesthesia Machines
  • Less than10 years

57%

an a est hesia machines1
Anaesthesia Machines
  • More than 10 years

43%

artificial ventilation equipment in icu
Artificial Ventilation Equipment in ICU

Less than 10 years

64 %

More than 10 years

35 %

yearly maintenance of the equipment
Yearly Maintenance of the Equipment

Performed in departments

89 %

lithuanian society of anaesthesiology and intensive care should play active role in
Lithuanian Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care should play active role in:
  • Propagation of modern methods of anaesthesia and intensive care
  • Training and CME of anaesthesiologists
  • Play active role in Health Care Ministry, influencing legal background, financial decisions, etc.
  • Increase international partnership
what we have today
What we have today?
  • Lithuanian Norm of Medicine “Anaesthesiologist – reanimatologist”
  • Resuscitation standards
  • Anaesthesia safety standards are being prepared
  • Valuation of ICU service, pain treatment
  • Partnership with foreign organizations
financial situation in lithuania
Financial Situation in Lithuania
  • Introduction of realistic and proper valuation for anaesthesia requires additional funds from State Patient Fund
  • Difficult to expand the range of modern anaesthesia techniques
financial situation in lithuania1
Financial Situation in Lithuania
  • There is no valuation for anaesthesia service in Lithuania
  • Prices for anaesthesia is included in the price for surgery
  • Prices for pain treatment are currently announced
number of icu patients 2004
Number of ICU Patients - 2004

Number of patients in the ICU

74 200

Mortality in the ICU

6,4 %

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