Doctor, Anesthesiologist, PhD student
Kaunas, Lithuania

A second-generation anesthesiologist, following the footsteps of my father.
An expert in neuroanesthesia.
A passionate teacher of medical students and anesthesia residents.
A perfectionist at work.
A proud father of three kids.
Always willing to meet new people.
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Marius Rimaitis on General remarksDoctor, Anesthesiologist, PhD studentSome time ago
If you asked a dog to name the best time of the year, it would quickly answer you: “QUARANTINE”

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Jamila LafiJust a halfie wandering around
I swear, my dog looked like she was smiling when we were all home in quarantine 🐶
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Marius Rimaitis on General remarksDoctor, Anesthesiologist, PhD studentSome time ago
Time, consistency and patience may result in fabulous things... https://youtu.be/HkZDSqyE1do
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Marius Rimaitis on Family of doctorsDoctor, Anesthesiologist, PhD studentSome time ago
How to remain healthy As a doctor I often face people of the same age, but with fundamentally different health status. A 50-year-old may be in a significantly worse overall health condition than a 70-year-old. And what I have noticed is that healthier people have something in common - they do not do certain things. They: DO NOT SMOKE DO NOT USE MUCH ALCOHOL DO NOT EAT TOO MUCH That’s almost it. It is THAT SIMPLE. Just avoid things that definitely damage your body. But we tend to be weak and find excuses. Think about this before you take your morning cigarette. Or before ordering at MCdonalds. Or before drinking the second glass of wine. If this was easy we would all look and feel better. It is NOT EASY. We have to WORK to keep ourselves away from bad things. Stay motivated. Stay healthy.

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Henry James Kemp(Very) amateur linguist, carer
Well I do the first two, but have always struggled with the last.
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Marius Rimaitis on General remarksDoctor, Anesthesiologist, PhD studentSome time ago
On getting what you want “The rule is that you can go for whatever you want. You just cannot deny anyone else to go after whatever THEY want. The point is that you don’t have to do it the way that everybody elese has done it. You can do it your own way. You can break the rules. You just can’t get in the way of somebody else getting what they want.” < I am not sure about the author of this citation, but I found it brilliant and very real. >
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Marius Rimaitis on General remarksDoctor, Anesthesiologist, PhD studentSome time ago
Dear qoorio administrators and users, I am sure that the feature of “insights” has added substantial value to the app. However, based on my recent experience with it, I would apprecite if there was a personalization option to unfollow “insights” from certain people.

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Mangirdas AdomaitisArtificial inteligence, Data science
Good insight!
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