HORIA MARCULESCU, MD | ConstipationGUIDE
ConstipationGUIDE Senior Medical Advisor
Retired Emergency Medicine Physician
Retired Family Medicine Physician
Horia Marculescu, MD, is a retired board-certified emergency medicine physician and family medicine physician. He practiced emergency medicine for over 20 years at Floreasca Emergency Hospital in Bucharest, Romania.
His experience in emergency medicine and all the related fields made him one of the few doctors that help students prepare for the admission exam at the top universities of medicine in Romania. Dr. Marculescu also practiced family medicine for ten years at his private clinic. Since 2018, he retired from the medical field and entered the pharmaceutical field.
He currently works in the pharmaceutical industry advising companies based in Bucharest, Romania. He is a part-time mentor for young high-school students who want to become doctors.
Also, he writes and reviews medical articles on several Romanian publications.
Dr. Marculescu received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Carol Davila (1988) in Bucharest, Romania, E.U.
He did postgraduate training at the same university and practice at the Central Emergency University Hospital (Bucharest).
After postgraduate studies and hospital practice in 1994, he became a board-certified Emergency Medicine Physician. After 2010, he specialized in Family Medicine.
A WORD FROM DR. MARCULESCU
Over the years, I’ve noticed that preventing diseases and causes is the cheapest and the fastest way to handle any health problem. Of course, my role in the patient’s life was to treat his or her problem.
Unfortunately, in most cases, the problem was always a disease or a symptom that evolved much more than usual.
I find American culture interesting with bad eating habits. I think the food industry is too powerful. As a result, many Americans and Canadians have digestion problems and struggle. Also, the food culture is too modern in the United States and English speaking countries.
Comparing cultures, I can relate to all these people suffering from constipation. My cooperation with the author in developing a practical guide is a great experience.
When you are in the position of treating someone who suffers for long periods, you always ask yourself and the patient: Why did you come so late?
So, my expert opinion and advice that I can give you for free is this: Please try to take action and visit a doctor whenever you feel there is something wrong with your health status.
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