Dr. Tiziano Crespi is Medical Director, Referent of the Department of Anesthesia of Spinal Surgery in the Department of Anesthesia and Intensive Care of the IRCCS Istituto Ortopedico Galeazzi.
In 2008, he graduated with honors from the University of Milan with a degree in Medicine and Surgery, where he also received a specialization in anesthesia, resuscitation, and intensive care in 2012.
From 2003 to 2007, he completed a clinical internship in anesthesiology, intensive care and intensive care at the Polo Universitario Ospedale San Paolo in Milan. In 2004, he received a fellowship for a clinical internship in anesthesiology at the Department of Anesthesia in the Clinica universitaria Irmandade da Santa Casa de Misericórdia, University of São Paulo (Brazil).
Since 2007, he has been a resident in the Hepatobiliary Intensive Care Unit at the Ospedale Paul Brousse Hepatobiliary Surgery Center in Villejuif, France.
He received his Postgraduate Diploma in Hepatobiliary Resuscitation from the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Paris XI.
Dr. Crespi is certified in Advanced Life Support and Prehospital Trauma Care by the Italian Resuscitation Council. In addition, he is a member of the S.I.A.A.R.T.I. Military Anesthesia Research Group.
In principle, Dr. Crespi is a board-certified anesthetist-resuscitator with eleven years of experience in the healthcare field in:
- clinical practice,
- training and research.
The activities that he performs included participation in the implementation of software for clinical and administrative management of the processes of hospitalization of patients and the planning of surgical sessions.
He played an important role in the introduction of advanced hemodynamic and brain function monitoring systems for the perioperative management of patients who have undergone extensive spinal surgery.
He created some internal rules, including:
- one for preparing for anesthesia and preparing patients who are candidates for spinal surgery;
- to select the type of monitoring to be used based on the "combination of patient criticality/surgical procedure" model.