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Alexander Svetozar Nedok

Alexander Svetozar Nedok, Serbian internist. Decorated Silver Labor medal, Golden medal. Member Yugoslav and European Society Cardiology, Yugoslav and European Society Endocrinology, Yugoslav Society Internal Medicine, Serbian Medical Association (president cardiology section 1986-1987).

Background

  • Nedok, Alexander Svetozar was born on September 10, 1925 in Beograd, Yugoslavia. Son of Svetozar Stevan and Desanka Vladimir (Dimitriyevich) Nedok.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Medicine Medical Faculty Beograd, 1953. Doctor of Science, University Beograd, 1978.

    Career

    • Intern, Institute Urgent Internal and Cerebrovascular Disorders, Beograd, Yugoslavia, 1953-1954, resident, 1954-1957, senior resident, 1957-1961, specialist, 1961-1970, chief intensive care unit, 1970-1972, chief internal department, 1972-1979, director Institute, 1979-1985, associate professor internal medicine, 1964. Chief urgent cardiology department University Hospital, Cardiovascular Institute, since 1987.

    Works

    • Author: Bradycardias During Acute Myocardiac Infarction, 1978. Contributor articles to professional journals. Member editorial board Serbian Archives Medicine, 1978-1984, Cardiology, since 1980.

    Religion

    Denomination: Orthodox

    Membership

    Member Yugoslav and European Society Cardiology, Yugoslav and European Society Endocrinology, Yugoslav Society Internal Medicine, Serbian Medical Association (president cardiology section 1986-1987).

    Connections

    • Married Dobrila Koyitchky, August 24, 1952. Children– Olga.
    • father: Svetozar Stevan Nedok
    • mother: Desanka Vladimir (Dimitriyevich) Nedok
    • spouse: Dobrila Koyitchky
    • child: Olga Nedok
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    Born September 10, 1925
    Nationality
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