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Dr. Gusztav Belteki

Dr. Gusztav Belteki


Consultant Neonatologist with Research Interest, Department of Neonatology, at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust (U.K)

Tertiary level Neonatal Intensive Care: 20 years of experience, 11 years as Consultant

Neonatal Transport: 14 years of Experience, 11 years as a consultant

Neonatal Echocardiography: 13 years of experience


  • Computational analysis of neonatal ventilator data, assessment of ventilator performance
  • Ventilator alarms, developing smart alarms
  • Quantitative analysis of ventilator ventilator-patient interactions
  • Machine learning methods using neonatal ventilator data

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Cambridge, United Kingdom
English  /  Hungarian
1 Course available
295 Reviews


Replay - Volume Targeted Ventilation in the Neonate
Pediatrics and Neonatology


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Hollie B. Please offer more of these courses. It was very interesting and I enjoyed the interacting.
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Work Experience

Director of Research, Peter Cerny Neonatal Transport Service, Budapest, Hungary
Since 2017
Expert member of the Cambridge Central Research Ethics Committee
Since 2015
Consultant Neonatologist with Research Interest, Department of Neonatology, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust, Cambridge, U.K
Since 2010


F.R.C.P.C.H, Fellow
Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health U.K
Phd in molecular Biology
2006 to 2006
Semmelweis University, Hungary


Volume guarantee ventilation in neonates treated with hypothermia for hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy during interhospital transport.
Journal of perinatology : official journal of the California Perinatal Association Read it here Computational analysis of neonatal ventilator waveforms and loops.
Pediatric research Read it here Fifteen-minute consultation: How to interpret and manage ventilator alarms in the neonatal intensive care unit.
Archives of disease in childhood. Education and practice edition Read it here

Professional Associations

Cambridge Neonatal Ventilation Course Course director Cambridge Neonatal and Paediatrics Echocardiography Course Faculty 1 Ph.D. student, 2 M.Sc. students and 10 medical students with student selected components (SSC) Supervisor