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General surgeon

BIRTHPLACE

Athens

CONTACT

TELEPHONE 6944417373

DIPLOMAS

    • Bachelor of Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
    • Degree Grade: “Good”
    • Title of specialization in Surgery, Athens Prefecture Department of Public Health
    • Certification in “Human Resources Management in Health Services”, National Center for Public Administration and Government
    • Certification in “Health Services Management”, National Center of Public Administration and Administration

EDUCATION-POSTGRADUATE TRAINING

  • School of Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
  • Military Academy of Officers, Thessaloniki
  • School of Public Health, School of Radiochemical Warfare
  • Training as a G.P. in the Departments of Surgery, Pathology, Orthopedics, and Psychiatry at 401 General Military Hospital of Athens
    School of Applied Health, School of Advanced Education
  • Postgraduate training in the Department of Digestive and Endocrine Surgery, University Hospital Strasbourg, France (Chairman Prof. Jacques Marescaux)
  • Participation in IRCAD Institute Digestive Surgery, Colorectal Surgery, Laparoscopic General Surgery and Interventional Flexible Endoscopy

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Member of the Medical Team of the ELDAL Peacekeeping Mission, Albania
  • Head of Military Health Unit, Syros Island
  • Training for General Surgery at 417 NIMTS, 1st Surgery Clinic
  • Training for General Surgery specialty at EVANGELISMOS Hospital, 3rd Surgery Clinic
  • Member of medical staff responsible for the coverage of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Athens 2004
  • Department of Surgery, Didymoteich Military Hospital
  • Curator Surgeon 401 General Military Hospital of Athens
  • Curator Surgeon 417 NIMTS

PUBLICATIONS

St Kapiris, Th Mavromatis, Sp Andrikopoulos, Ch Georgiadis, D Floros, G Diamantopoulos. Laparoscopic Transabdominal Preperitoneal Hernia Repair (TAPP): Stapling the Mesh is not Mandatory. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech A 2009 Jun;19(3):419-22
A.A Tentes, D Floros, D Kiziridis, Ch Karamveri, M Tsavdaridou. Long term survival of patients with pancreatic cancer. Greek Surgical Oncology 2010,1:66-70

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

1. Surgical management of post-operative peritonitis (local or advanced)
Kapiris S, Floros D, Georgantas T, Papadomichelakis A, Christidis V
Department of Surgery, ‘Evangelismos’ Hospital, Athens, Greece
24th Panhellenic Congress of Surgery, International Surgical Forum
October 2-5, 2004, Thessaloniki, Greece

2. Generalised peritonitis at the emergency department. Etiology and surgical management. Floros D, Kapiris S, Christidis V, Georgantas T, Hatzikonstantinou G, Krassas A, Diamantopoulos G Department of Surgery, ‘Evangelismos’ Hospital, Athens, Greece 24th Panhellenic Congress of Surgery, International Surgical Forum October 2-5, 2004, Thessaloniki, Greece

3. Emergency laparotomy in GI bleeding Kapiris S, Floros D, Andrikopoulos S, Georgantas T, Bairamidis E, Georgiadis Ch, Spiratou Ch, Krassas A, Mavrommatis The Department of Surgery, ‘Evangelismos’ Hospital, Athens, Greece 3rd Congress of the Hellenic Society of Trauma and Emergency Surgery February 25-27, 2005, Athens, Greece

4. Early reoperation after laparoscopic cholecystectomy Floros D, Kapiris S, Georgiadis Ch, Andrikopoulos S, Panagopoulos I, Spiratou Ch, Mavrommatis Th, Diamantopoulos GDepartment of Surgery, ‘Evangelismos’ Hospital, Athens, Greece 7th International Symposium on Advanced Laparoendoscopic Surgery May 19-22, 2005, Ioannina, Greece.

5. Has laparoscopic adrenalectomy changed the pathology of patients admitted for operation? Floros D, Georgiadis Ch, Nikou Al, Tzanella M, Andrikopoulos S, Bairamidis E, Mavrommatis The Department of Surgery, ‘Evangelismos’ Hospital, Athens, Greece
7th International Symposium on Advanced Laparoendoscopic Surgery May 19-22, 2005, Ioannina, Greece

6. The treatment of complicated fistulas-in-ano using biological glue. A comperative study. Komborozos V, Georgiadis Ch, Floros D, Kakavias K, Andrikopoulos S Department of Surgery, ‘Evangelismos’ Hospital, Athens, Greece 41st World Congress of Surgery of ISS/SIC August 21-25, 2005, Durban, South Africa

7. Pre-operative selection of patients for open vs laparoscopic adrenalectomy. Floros D, Mavrommatis Th, Nikou A, Spirou A, Panagopoulos I, Papadomichelakis A Department of Surgery, ‘Evangelismos’ Hospital, Athens, Greece 25th Panhellenic Congress of Surgery, International Surgical Forum November 22-26, 2006, Athens, Greece

POSTGRADUATE SEMINARS

1. 6th International Symposium on Advanced Laparoendoscopic Surgery “BASIC LAPAROSCOPIC TECHNIQUES” Athens 21 May 2003 Show more (Also by clicking here opens a different page with all the postgraduate seminars)

2. 11th International Postgraduate Course of the IASG “Avant Garde Advances in the Diagnosis and Management of GI Diseases” Athens 18-20 September 2003
3. 4th International Postgraduate Course “HPB Marathon”
Athens 18-20 March 2004
4. Hellenic Society of Parenteral and Enteral Feeding
“Total Parenteral Feeding. From theory to practice”
Patra 8 April 2006
5. 2nd Seminar of the Hellenic Surgical Society
“Nosocomial infections in the surgical patient and choice of Chemotherapy for the inflammatory surgical diseases”
Athens 13 March 2007
6. 2nd International Workshop on Peritoneal Carcinomatosis
Mesologgi 11-13 June 2009
7. National Centre of Public Administration and Local Government
“Management of Health Services”
Athens 30 Nov-4 Dec 2009
8. National Centre of Public Administration and Local Government
“Human Resources in Health Services”
Athens 23-27 Nov 2009
9. Hellenic Surgical Society
Postgraduate Course “NUTRITION ACADEMY”
Nafplio 9-10 Mar 2013
St Kapiris, Th Mavromatis, Sp Andrikopoulos, Ch Georgiadis, D Floros, G Diamantopoulos. Laparoscopic Transabdominal Preperitoneal Hernia Repair (TAPP): Stapling the Mesh is not Mandatory. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech A 2009 Jun;19(3):419-22
A.A Tentes, D Floros, D Kiziridis, Ch Karamveri, M Tsavdaridou. Long term survival of patients with pancreatic cancer. Greek Surgical Oncology 2010, 1:66-70