Photo exhibition "Saviors of children's hearts" opened in Zagreb

Date: 13 July - 20 August
Venue:  Hungarian Cultural Institute, Zagreb
10000, Zagreb, Augusta Cesarca 10.

An exhibition on Hungarian-Croatian cardiological cooperation was opened at the Hungarian Cultural Institute in Zagreb on 13 July 2021. The photos of Szilvia Őszi will be on display until 20 August. 

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The photo exhibition presenting the work of cardiologist Dr. Zsolt Prodán and the staff of the KBC REBRO Clinic in Zagreb was opened at the Hungarian Cultural Institute in Zagreb. The joint Hungarian-Croatian medical team has already saved the lives of more than fifty children born with serious heart defects. Dr. Zsolt Prodán continued to perform life-saving surgeries in Zagreb during the coronavirus epidemic and train young Croatian heart surgeons for new surgical techniques.

At the opening of the exhibition, cardiac surgeon Dr. Drazen Belina praised the work of the Hungarian doctor and highlighted the importance of Croatian-Hungarian relations.

 

Antonio Brzaj, 20, a student at the Academy of Arts in Split, performed a Liszt piano piece at the opening

Antonio Brzaj, 20, a student at the Academy of Arts in Split, performed a Liszt piano piece at the opening

The photographs of Szilvia Őszi, which documented the tense moments of the surgeries, were highly appreciated by the audience, including eminent specialists, children who underwent surgery, and their parents.

The exhibition was supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary.