MD Ivica Đurić

MD Ivica Đurić

Internal medicine specialist

Specific proffessional orientation:

Doctor Ivica Đurić is the head of the Arrhythmology and Electrophysiology Department at the Cardiology Clinic within the Military Medical Academy. He is the author of several papers in domestic and foreign journals. Doctor Đurić’s field of interest is heart rhythm disorders. Arrhythmology (Holter ECG) and electrostimulation and electrophysiology of the heart (implantation of a temporary heart rhythm guide, implantation of a permanent heart rhythm guide VVIR, DDDR, ICD, implantation and monitoring of a loop recorder)


2015 – University of Defense in Belgrade – Doctoral academic studies

2014 – Military Medical Academy in Belgrade – Specialization in internal medicine

2003 – Faculty of Medicine in Belgrade – Medical doctor

1996 – Gymnasium “Stanimir Veljković Zele” in Leskovac

1992 – “Radoje Domanović” elementary school in Leskovac


2020 – Head of the Arrhythmology and Electrophysiology Department of the Cardiology Clinic -Military Medical Academy

2018 – Internal medicine specialist, Clinic for Cardiology 2nd department – Department of Arrhythmology and Electrophysiology of the Heart

2017 – Commander of the emergency medical evacuation team in the European Union peacekeeping mission in Mali

2015 – Doctor of the 1st department of the Cardiology Clinic – Military Medical Academy

2010 – Commander of the medical department of the Guard

2010 – Deputy Commander of the Medical Air Evacuation Team in the United Nations Mission in Congo

2006 – Director of the General Headquarters Ambulance in Belgrade

2005 – Doctor – General Headquarters Ambulance in Belgrade


Education in electrophysiology of the heart in

  • Clinical Center of Serbia, Cardiology Clinic
  • Institute for Cardiovascular Diseases “Dedinje”
  • György Gottsegen National Institute of Cardiology, Budapest
  • IKEM, Prag
  • Hospital Universitario La Paz, Madrid
  • MEDTRONIC training center, Lausanne
  • Universiti Hospital, Frankfurt

Scientific papers

Author of several articles in domestic and foreign magazines:

1.Pulmonary veins isolation in a patient with atrial fibrillation and pronounced vagal response: Is it enough? January 2016. Military-medical and pharmaceutical review 74(00):81-81

DOI: 10.2298/VSP160212081D

2. Women have right ventricular infarction more frequently than men June 2015 Acta cardiologica 70(3):343-9 DOI: 10.2143/AC.70.3.3080639

3.Assessment of cardiomyopathies presenting with myocardial infarction like clinical syndrome A case report Vojnosanitetski pregled 2013; 70(5):511-5

Djuric I, Ohradovit S, Gligit B.

4. Dynamics of electrocardiographic changes, brain-natriuretic peptide and cortisol levels in a patient with stress (takotsubo) cardiomyopathy: A case report May 2013 Vojnosanitetski pregled. Military-medical and pharmaceutical review 70(5):511-5

DOI: 10.2298/VSP1305511D

5.Stress and arterial hypertension – from pathophysiology to pharmacology, Serbian archive for all medicine


  • Serbian Cardiology Association
  • Serbian Medical Association
  • Medical Chamber of Serbia
  • EHRA – European Heart Rhythm Association