Department and Clinic of Surgery

Department and Clinic of Surgery

Address
Pl. Grunwaldzki 51
50-366 Wrocław
phone 71 320 5355

Contact
mgr Lidia Sobańska
phone 71 320 5355
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fax 71 320 5353

Head of Department
prof. dr hab. Zdzisław Kiełbowicz
phone 71 320 5340
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zespol katedry i kliniki chirurgii

Staff:
dr Janusz Bieżyński, adiunkt, phone 71 320–5344 email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
dr hab. Jakub Nicpoń, prof. nadzw. UPWr phone 71 320–5345 email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
dr Piotr Skrzypczak, adiunkt phone 71 320–5489 email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
dr Agnieszka Antończyk, adiunkt phone 71 320 - 5341 email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
dr Joanna Tunikowska, adiunkt phone 71 320 - 5351 email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
dr Przemysław Prządka, adiunkt phone 71 320–1063 email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
dr Jan Siembieda, specjalista phone 71 320-5490 email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
lek.wet. Łukasz Juźwiak, asystent phone 71 320–5346
lek.wet. Wojciech Kinda, asystent phone 71 320–5346 email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
dr Paulina Zielińska, adiunkt phone 71 320-5351 email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
lek. wet. Piotr Łoś, asystent phone 71 320-5356 email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
dr Dominika Kubiak-Nowak, asystent  email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
dr Bartłomiej Liszka, asystent email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
lek. wet. Marcin Dałek, asystent phone 71 320-5346 email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
lek. wet. Wojciech Borawski, asystent phone 71 320-5346 email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Marzena Krupa, st. technik phone 71 320–5356 email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
lek. wet. Milena Skorupska, starszy technik phone 71 320-5346
lek. wet. Aleksandra Sowińska, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.,phone 71 320 53 56
Beata Kubisty, starszy technik phone 71 320-1048
mgr Monika Ziółkowska, starszy technik phone 71 320-1048
Paweł Sarna, laborant phone 71 320 53 47
Stanisław Koczur phone 71 320 53 47

PhD students
lek. wet. Krzysztof Buczak
lek. wet. Paweł Kucharski
lek. wet. Paweł Pestka

Ambulatorium dla malych zwierzat
Sala chirurgiczna dla  duzych zwierzat
diagnostyka obrazowa sala usg
sala chirurgiczna dla malych zwierzat
sala tomografii komputerowej
zespol katedry i kliniki chirurgii

Research
Biotechnologies and advanced medical technologies / The therapy of civilization diseases-innovations in anti-cancer and anti-osteoporosis medications” (EU research framework programme: POIG 01.01.02-02-003/08). Period: 2010-2014. Team: Zdzisław Kiełbowicz, Anita Piątek, Janusz Bieżyński, Piotr Skrzypczak, Jan Kuryszko, Piotr Kuropka, Anna Nikodem (PWr), Celina Pezowicz (PWr)
The aim of the experiment was to design new organic compounds – aminophosphonates and their derivatives as inhibitors of cathepsins and aminopeptidases, i.e. enzymes involved in the formation of inter alia cancer, malaria, stomach ulcers or Parkinson's disease and as therapeutic agents for osteoporosis. In vivo studies conducted in the Department and Clinic of Surgery aimed to determine the mechanical properties of bones at different levels of organization (macro- and micro-), coming from different areas of the skeletal system of the examined sheep (spine, metatarsal, humerus and femur).
The experiment resulted in the development of a new method to induce osteoporosis in sheep, and six selected aminomethylenebisphosphonates were tested and their anti-osteoporotic activity was determined in the conditions of induced osteoporosis in sheep. Macro- and microscopic tests showed a significant effect of therapy using the above compounds on the mechanical properties of bones at different levels of the organization. Two of the six bisphosphonates (ED49 and ED38) were found to exhibit the best therapeutic effect; and comparing the two compounds with each other showed that bisphosphonate ED38 had the highest potential. The results of these studies can be used in the future to supplement bone loss caused by osteoporosis during menopause and andropause in humans. The compounds developed as a result of the experiment were reported for the patent protection. The patent application is currently progressed in the Patent Office. Test results were published in specialized journals.

Ophthalmology – medications for corneal regeneration / Influence of antlerogenic stem cells and theirs homogenate on corneal epithelium and substantia propria healing in rabbits” (NCBiR project, DEMONSTRATOR + UOD- DEM -1-351/001) Period: 2013-2016 Team: Zdzisław Kiełbowicz, Agnieszka Antończyk, Przemek Prządka

The aim of the experiment was to evaluate corneal healing after application of neomycin, dexpanthenol, antlerogenic stem cells and theirs derivative. Additionally two methods of administration were compared - under a humidified chamber, and conventionally on the surface of the cornea.
The studies revealed that the application of antlerogenic stem cells derivative results in higher transparency of the cornea when compared to the therapeutics used in other research groups. More over in animals treated with antlerogenic stem cells there was no postoperative vascularization in the corneal center or haemosis conjunctivae in the episcleral vessels of the limbus area.
In summary the therapy of the corneal ulcer with application of the stem cells derivatives resulted in higher transparency of the corea and therefore better restoring of the visual function. This experiment is an introduction to the development of the medical product that can be used in the treatment of the coreal injuries in humans.

Research projects:
1. Influence of antlerogenic stem cells and theirs homogenate on corneal epithelium and substantia propria healing in rabbits” NCBiR project, Program DEMONSTRATOR + UOD- DEM -1-351/001. Period: 2013-2016. Leader: Zdzisław Kiełbowicz.
2. Studies on molecular biology techniques (Real Time PCR, DGGE) in detection and monitoring of micloflora of lacrimal sacs and Chlamydophila felis carriers in domestic cats - diagnostic, clinical and therapeutic aspect” - NCN project: 5911/B/P01/2011/40, 46/5-W/2011/G. Period: 2011-2014 Leader: Zdzisław Kiełbowicz.
3. Influence of antlerogenic stem cells, theirs homogenate and supernatant on regeneration of mandible defects in rabbits”. NCN project: 5619/B/P01/2011/40, 51/5-W/2011/G. Period: 2011-2013. Leader: Zdzisław Kiełbowicz
4. The therapy of civilization diseases-innovations in anti-cancer and anti-osteoporosis medications” - EU research framework programme, MNiSW project: POIG01.01.02-02-003/08 WCB/5/I/2010. Period: 2010-2014. Leader: Zdzisław Kiełbowicz, 2010-2014.

Publications:
1. Prządka P., Kiełbowicz Z., Skrzypczak P.: Autogenne osocze bogatopłytkowe – rodzaje, sposoby aktywacji i zastosowanie. Med.Weter. 72,7:403-407;2016. (pkt. MNiSW: 15, IF: 0,195).
2. Prządka P., Kiełbowicz Z., Osiński B., Dzimira S., Madej J.A., Nowacki W., Kubiak K., Reichert P., Cegielski M.: Reconstruction of cranial cruciate ligament in rabbits using polyester implants saturated with PRP, antlerogenic stem cells MIC-1 and their homogenate. Connect.Tissue.Res. 28:1-15, 2016, doi: 10.1080/03008207.2016.1251911. [Epub ahead of print].
3. Mohr A., Lüder Ripoli F., Hammer S.C., Willenbrock S., Hewicker-Trautwein M., Kiełbowicz Z., Murua Escobar H., Nolte I.:Hormone Receptor Expression Analyses in Neoplastic and Non-Neoplastic Canine Mammary Tissue by a Bead Based Multiplex Branched DNA Assay: A Gene Expression Study in Fresh Frozen and Formalin-Fixed, Paraffin-Embedded Samples. PLoS One 20;11(9):e0163311. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0163311. eCollection 2016. (pkt. MNiSW: 35, IF: 3,057).
4. Najbar A., Kiełbowicz Z., Szymczak J., Ogielska M.: Ultrasonography: a method used for pregnancy imaging of the fire salamander (SalamanPHDa salamanPHDa). Pol.J.Vet.Scien. 19,4:715-722;2016. (pkt. MNiSW: 20, IF: 0,719).
5. Kubaszewski Ł., Miękisiak G., Nowakowski A., Pezowicz C., Bajor G., Kiełbowicz Z., Kinda W., Wojtków M., Kaczmarczyk J.: Feasibility and accuracy of new insertion technique of S1 transpedicular screw. Computed tomography-based morphometric analysis. Neurol.Neurochir.Pol. 50(5):363-9;2016. (pkt. MNiSW: 15, IF: 0,747).
6. Reichert P., Kiełbowicz Z., Dzięgiel P., Puła B., Wrzosek M., Bocheńska A., Gosk J.: Effect of Collateral Sprouting on Donor Nerve Function After Nerve Coaptation: A Study of the Brachial Plexus. Med.Sci.Monit. 5;22:387-96;2016. (pkt. MNiSW: 15, IF: 1,403).
7. Reichert P., Kiełbowicz Z., Kuryszko J., Bocheńska A., Puła B., Rutowski R.: Side to side coaptation-new technic in peripheral nerve surgery- preliminary report. Pol.J.Vet.Scien. 19,1:213-215;2016. (pkt. MNiSW: 20, IF: 0,719).
8. Kiełbowicz Z., Piątek A., Kuropka P., Mytnik E., Nikodem A., Bieżyński J., Skrzypczak P., Pezowicz C., Kuryszko J., Reichert P.: Experimental osteoporosis in sheep – mechanical and histological approach. Pol.J.Vet.Scien., 19,1,109-118;2016. (pkt. MNiSW: 20, IF: 0,719).
9. Felsmann M., Szarek J., Felsmann M.,Z., Kiełbowicz Z.: Lead transfer into the muscles of birds during pellet shots: new options based on fluid mechanics. J.Comp.Path., 154, 58-123;2016. (pkt. MNiSW: 32, IF: 1,142).
10. Ostrowska J., Kiełbowicz Z., Zaleska-Dorobisz U., Atamaniuk W., Pietsch-Fulbiszewska A. Kinda W.: Resistive Index (RI) Obtained in Renal Interlobar Arteries of Normal Dogs and Cats by Means of Doppler Ultrasonography. Pak.Vet.J., 36(1):45-48;2016. (pkt. MNiSW: 20, IF: 0,822).
11. Gajęcka M., Sławuta P., Nicpoń J. E., Kołacz R., Kiełbowicz Z., Zielonka Ł., Dąbrowski M., Szweda R., Gajęcki M., Nicpoń J.: Zearalenone and its metabolites in the tissues of female wild boars exposed per os to mycotoxins. Toxicon 114,1-12;2016. (pkt. MNiSW: 25, IF: 2,309).
12. Bieżyński J., Piątek., Skrzypczak P., Ogińska O., Kiełbowicz Z.: Operacyjna metoda leczenia cyst kostnych u psów przy użyciu cementu kostnego. Med.Weter. 390-392, 2015. (pkt. MNiSW: 15, IF: 0,195).
13. Chmielewska E., Mazur Z., Kempińska K., Wietrzyk J., Piątek A., Kuryszko J., Kiełbowicz Z., Kafarski P.: N Arylaminomethylenebisphosphonates Bearing Fluorine Atoms: Synthesis And Antiosteoporotic Activity. Phosphorus, Sulfur, and Silicon and the Related Elements. 190;2164-2172;2015. (pkt. MNiSW: 15, IF: 0,723).
14. Dąbrowska N., Kiełbowicz Z., Nowacki W., Bajzert J., Reichert P,. Bieżyński J., Żebrowski J., Haczkiewicz K., Cegielski M.: Antlerogenic stem cells: molecular features and potential in rabbit bone regeneration. Connect.Tissue.Res.. Aug 19:1-14, 2015. (pkt. MNiSW: 20, IF: 1,411).
15. Jankowski M., Spużak J., Kubiak K., Glińska-Suchocka K., Biernat M., Kiełbowicz Z.: Risk Factors of Gastric Ulcers in Dogs. Pak.Vet.J 35(1):93-97;2015. (pkt. MNiSW: 30, IF:0,822).
16. Kiełbowicz Z., Płoneczka-Janeczko K., Bania J., Bierowiec K., Kiełbowicz M.: Characteristics of the bacterial flora in the conjunctival sac of cats from Poland. J.SmallAnim.Pract. 56,3:203-206;2015. (pkt MNiSW: 25, IF: 0,976).
17. Kiełbowicz Z., Piątek A., Bieżyński J., Skrzypczak P., Chmielewska E., Kafarski P. Kuryszko J.: Improvement of large animal model for studying osteoporosis. Bull.Vet.Inst.Pulawy. 59,123-128;2015. (pkt. MNiSW: 15, IF: 0,468).
18. Kiełbowicz Z., Piątek A., Bieżyński J., Skrzypczak P., Kuropka P., Kuryszko J., Nikodem A., Kafarski P., Pezowicz C.: The experimental osteoporosis in sheep –clinical approach. Pol.J.Vet.Scien., 18,3:645-654;2015. (pkt. MNiSW: 20, IF: 0,719).
19. Paczuska J., Kiełbowicz Z.: CO2 laser in surgical treatment of follicular conjunctivitis of third eyelid in dogs. Med.Weter. 71(6),358-362;2015. (pkt. MNiSW: 15, IF: 0,195).
20. Piątek A., Skrzypczak P., Bieżyński J., Frącka A., Kiełbowicz Z.: Laparoscopic evaluation of macroscopic lesions in the uterus and adjacent tissues in sheep after ovariectomy. Med.Weter. 354-357;2015. (pkt. MNiSW: 15, IF: 0,195).
21. Ploneczka-Janeczko K., Bania J., Bierowiec K., Kiełbowicz M., Kiełbowicz Z.: Reduction of Chlamydophila-felis-associated signs by roxithromycin treatment regimen in cats showing doxycycline intolerance. Veterinarni Medicina, 60:654-661;2015. (pkt. MNiSW: 20, IF: 0,560).
22. Kiełbowicz Z., Płoneczka-Janeczko K., Bania J., Bierowiec K., Kiełbowicz M.: Characteristics of the bacterial flora in the conjunctival sac of cats from Poland. J.SmallAnim.Pract. 56,3:203-206;2015. (pkt MNiSW: 25, IF: 0,976).
23. Reichert P., Kiełbowicz Z., Dzięgiel P., Puła B., Kuryszko J., Wrzosek M., Kiełbowicz M., Gosk J.: Collateral sprouting axons of end-to-side nerve coaptation in the avulsion of ventral branches of the C5-C6 spinal nerves in the brachial plexus. Folia Neuropathologica; 53(4),327-342;2015. (pkt. MNiSW: 20, IF: 1,233).
24. Reichert P., Kiełbowicz Z., Dzięgiel P, Puła B., Kuryszko J., Gosk J., Bocheńska A.: The Rabbit Brachial Plexus as a Model for Nerve Repair Surgery—Histomorphometric Analysis. Anat.Rec. 298,2:444-54;2015. (pkt MNiSW: 25, IF: 1,507).
25. Zielińska P., Kiełbowicz Z., Paczuska J.: Laseroterapia wysokoenergetyczna (HILT) w leczeniu schorzeń ortopedycznych koni. Med.Weter. 373-376,;2015. (pkt. MNiSW: 15, IF: 0,195).
26. Kiełbowicz Z., Płoneczka-Janeczko K., Kuropka P.: Insight into behavior of epithelial cells of the feline conjunctiva in chronic conjunctivitis as a possible limitation in detection of Chlamydophila spp. Pol.J.Vet.Sci 17,3:441-5;2014. (pkt MNiSW: 20, IF: 0,604).
27. Paczuska J., Kiełbowicz Z., Nowak M., Antończyk A., Ciaputa R., Nicpoń J.: The carbon dioxide laser: an alternative surgery technique for the treatment of common cutaneous tumors in dogs. Act.Vet.Scan. 56,1:1-4;2014. (pkt MNiSW: 35, IF: 1,377).
28. Płoneczka-Janeczko K., Bierowiec K., Bania J., Kiełbowicz M., Kiełbowicz Z: Felid herpesvirus 1 (FHV 1) carries among urban breeding facilities in Wrocław (Poland). Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 5,6: 243-246;2014 (pkt MNiSW: 20, IF: 0,819).
29. Reichert P., Rutowski R., Kiełbowicz Z., Kuryszko J., Kiełbowicz M., Michalak Ł., Bocheńska A.: The rabbit brachial plexus as an experimental model – anatomy and surgery approach. Pol.J.Vet.Sci.;17,2:339-45;2014. (pkt MNiSW: 30, IF: 0,712).
30. Reichert P., Rutowski R., Kiełbowicz Z., Kuryszko J., Kiełbowicz M.: General intravenous anesthesia for brachial plexus surgery in the rabbit. Pol.J.Vet.Sci. 16,4;2013. (pkt MNiSW: 20, IF: 0,604).
31. Szweda M., Szarek J., Kiełbowicz Z., Szynaka B.: Side-Effects of Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory PHDugs on the Liver in Dogs and Hepatoprotective Effect of Plant Remedies. Bull.Vet.Inst.Pulawy 58,3:459-466;2014. (pkt MNiSW: 20, IF: 0,357).
32. Szweda M., Szarek J., Dublan K., Męcik-Kronenberg T., Kiełbowicz Z. Bigoszewski M.: Effect of mucoprotective plant-derived therapies on damage to colonic mucosa caused by carprofen and robenacoxib administered healthy dogs for 21 days. Vet.Q. 34,4:185-93;2014. (pkt MNiSW: 30, IF: 0,719).
33. Wrzosek M., Kiełbowicz Z., Giza E., Płonek M., Nicpoń J.: Influence of duration of clinical sings on surgical treatment results of 16 dogs with intervertebral disc disease (IVDD). Bull.Vet.Inst.Pulawy 58,2:277-281;2014. (pkt MNiSW: 20, IF: 0,377).
34. Porzuczek A., Kiełbowicz Z., Haines G.: The use percutaneous abdominal ultrasound examination in diagnosing equine small intestinal disorders. Pol.J.Vet.Sci. 15,4:759-766;2012. (pkt MNiSW: 20, IF: 0,565).
35. Płoneczka-Janeczko K., Kiełbowicz Z., Kuczkowski M.: First molecular characterisation and identification of a Chlamydophila felis from Urban cats in Wrocław, Poland. Bull.Vet.Inst.Pulawy 55,2:193-198;2011. (pkt MNiSW: 20, IF: 0,414).
36. Kiełbowicz Z., Kuryszko J., Strządała L.: Experimental allogenic transplantation of cornea endothelial cells in cats. Pol.J.Vet.Sci. 13,4:731-741;2010. (pkt MNiSW: 20, IF: 0,507)
37. Płoneczka-Janeczko K., Kiełbowicz Z., Bania J., Bednarek K.: Real-time PCR detection of Mycoplasma felis in domestic cats suffering from chronic conjunctivitis (Poland). Pol.J.Vet.Sci. 14,4:679-681;2011. (pkt MNiSW: 20, IF: 0,565).

PhD theses
1. Transthoracic ultrasound examination of lung and pleura diseases in dogs and cats with clinical symptoms of respiratory failure ", 2015, author: PhD Joanna Szymczak, director of the thesis: PhD hab. Zdzisław Kiełbowicz, prof. UPWr
2. Influence of antlerogenic stem cells and theirs homogenate on corneal epithelium and substantia propria healing in rabbits ", 2014, author: PhD Maciej Kiełbowciz, director of the thesis: prof. PhD hab. Jan Kuryszko
3. Modified poliester prosthesis in cranial cruciate ligament reconstruction in rabbits ", 2015, author: PhD Przemysław Prządka, director of the thesis: PhD hab. Zdzisław Kiełbowicz, prof. UPWr
4. Comparative study between CO2 laser and scalpel in excison of mice mammary gland adenocarcinoma” 2014, author: PhD Joanna Paczuska, director of the thesis: PhD hab. Zdzisław Kiełbowicz, prof. UPWr
5. The structure of the epiphyseal and cartilage surface of the long bones under the experimental osteoporosis”, 2013, author: PhD Anita Piątek, director of the thesis: PhD hab. Zdzisław Kiełbowicz, prof. UPWr
6. Influence of antlerogenic stem cells, theirs homogenate and supernatant on regeneration of mandible defects in rabbits” 2013, author: PhD Natalia Dąbrowska, director of the thesis: PhD hab. Zdzisław Kiełbowicz, prof. UPWr
7. Resistivity index (RI) estimated by means of Doppler ultrasonography in renal interlobar arteries in dogs and cats with kidney diseases” 2013, author: PhD Justyna Ostrowska, director of the thesis: PhD hab. Zdzisław Kiełbowicz, prof. UPWr

Research equipment
1. Computed tomography Siemens Somatom Emotion 16
2. X-RAY UNIT Philosopher R104/A RALCO
3. Computed Radiography Konica Minolta Ragius Model 110S
4. Digital radiography I.P.S. Medical
5. USG Esaote MyLab Class C,
6. USG EnVisor Philips,
7. USG Mindray M5
8. Ophthalmic Microscope OPMI Lumera T with additional equipment
9. Arthroscopy set – Storz
10. Endoscope - Stortz,
11. Operating tables for Small and Large Animals
12. Vital Signs Monitor – Mindray
13. Anesthesia Delivery Unit Datex-Ohmeda S/5
14. Infusion pumps CT9000ADV and VIP 2000 KRUTECH
15. Electrosurgical unit SPECTRUM (system ThermoStaple®)
16. Electrosurgical unit SPECTRUM (argon module)
17. Teeth rasp for equine dentistry PRO MAL 400 H.D.E.
18. Unit for shockwaves therapy Rosetta ESWT
19. CO2 surgical laser, model AE 10, Aesculight
20. High intensity laser for physiotherapy - Polaris H PS
21. Veterinary Dental Unit IM3

Community services:

1. Diagnostic imaging:
- computed tomography
- contrast radiography
- radiography
- ultrasonography
- ultrasound guided biopsy

2. Surgery of companion animals:
- neurosurgery
- oncologic surgery
- ophthalmic surgery
- orthopedics
- regenerative surgery (stem cell therapy)
- surgery of the soft tissues
- thoracic surgery
- veterinary blood bank, general anesthetics

3. Minimally invasive surgery:
- arthroscopy
- endoscopy
- laparoscopy
- laser surgery

4. Equine and Farm Animals Surgery:
- abdominal surgery
- dentistry
- diagnostic radiography and ultrasonography
- ophthalmology
- orthopedics
- physiotherapy and rehabilitation (shock wave therapy, HILT, massage)
- surgery of the soft tissues

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