He believes only in his own perception and experience when an illness occurs. However, it is not because of distrust but because he is accurate. According to his view the most important thing is the child’s recovery, to which the best way is the precise diagnosis and the most adequate treatment.
He learned this attitude from the late chief physician Dr Edgár Székely, who was a real authority of pulmonology, when he was working at the old place of Svábhegyi Children’s Hospital, at the Szabadság Hill. Dr Székely also taught him the wisdom that every patient deserves to get the greatest possible proficiency of a pulmonologist to be able to recuperate.
He has not given up this accuracy since then. His devotion to his profession as well as his humanity combine with decades of expertise and well-grounded decisions.
Childhood allergology, immunology
His hobbies are fishing and swimming.