Russian health care is now called "health care"

By 2004, the number of clinics in Russia reached its maximum in history – there were about 22.1 thousand. But then a sharp decline began to 15.3 thousand in 2009, and then increased slightly. What happened in these years, which today are even called "fat" in comparison with the current? “The criminal code contains such wording about certain types of criminal acts committed“ with special cynicism, ”writes burckina-faso in his LiveJournal. Usually, this wording entails a significant tightening of the sentence. Especially if it is committed by a group of persons and by prior a conspiracy, that is, a plan. All of this fits perfectly with the current situation around Russian healthcare, which Putin himself recently described as a failure. That is, the result of what was called Ross’s healthcare optimization ii "there was a significant deterioration in the quality of medical services of the population, a decrease in physical Continue Reading


The Ministry of Health will not buy a tomograph for children's hospital, even after the death of a child

The Ministry of Health of the Novosibirsk Region refused to acquire a CT scanner at the Children's Clinical Hospital No. 3 of the city of Novosibirsk. Even after the death of a child in a medical facility, officials called spending on a medical device "inappropriate." This is reported by "Reedus". Residents of Novosibirsk have already collected over 113,000 signatures on a petition to install a tomograph. The author of the document was Jana Raine. In early 2019, the daughter of a woman died in hospital due to medical errors. Doctors could not deliver the correct diagnosis due to the lack of a computer tomograph. After the death of the girl, the Deputy Minister of Health of the Novosibirsk Region, Elena Aksenova, stated that “computed tomography for children is performed at the emergency hospital on Krasny Avenue”. Another MRI device will be placed in the branch of the same institution on Continue Reading


Ministry of Health promises to cure a new way

The Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation has expanded the list of chronic non-infectious diseases in which patients need to remain under the scrutiny of medical professionals. Since May 7, the Ministry of Health of Russia has introduced updated rules for the implementation of dispensary observation. According to the new order, a much larger contingent of citizens with chronic diseases falls under the enhanced observation of physicians. In total, the updated list contains about thirty chronic ailments. First of all, the list includes diseases of the heart and vascular system, as well as the condition of patients who have only undergone surgery or are recovering from a stroke or heart attack. Also, dispensary observation should be subject to citizens with chronic lung disease, including those who have had pneumonia, as well as suffering from bronchial asthma. The list of diseases included by the Ministry of Health includes stomach ulcers, Continue Reading


Ministry of Health: Polyclinics lack more than 2 thousand surgeons

The shortage of surgeons in Russian clinics is about 2 thousand specialists. About this on Thursday TASS reported the academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the chief surgeon of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, the director of the Institute of Surgery named after. Vishnevsky Amiran Revishvili. "We lack about 2 thousand specialists, the so-called polyclinic surgeons across the country. This is a huge problem that needs to be solved," Revishvili said. This issue is most acute in remote regions of Russia, in the Arctic territories, where it is more difficult to recruit young professionals. "Today, we do up to 10 million surgeries in the country a year. It would seem that the number is huge, but we have a problem with the staff, including in hospitals, especially in the periphery," the RAS academician added. According to Revishvili, telemedicine development can solve the problem when the patient Continue Reading


Ministry of Health: there are not enough children's hospitals in 37 regions of Russia

Almost in 40 regions of Russia there are not enough hospitals or their buildings, which will require at least 80 billion rubles, said the Minister of Health of the Russian Federation Veronika Skvortsova. In response, the Federation Council speaker Valentina Matvienko announced a distant horizon for solving problems with children's hospitals. "Only in the construction of republican regional and regional children's hospitals and their individual buildings needs 37 constituent entities of the Russian Federation," Interfax quotes Veronika Skvortsova as saying at a meeting of the Regional Health Council at the Federation Council on February 7. "According to the regions, regional budgets do not allow today to solve this problem on their own, which, of course, justifies the need for federal participation," the minister added. According to her, even in such large regions as St. Petersburg, the Murmansk region, the Tyumen and Samara regions, Khakassia, the Krasnoyarsk Territory, the Novosibirsk Region, Continue Reading


Every third Kiev health worker is retired, many in 75 years

Kiev is in dire need of qualified doctors. Now in the hospitals of the capital almost 3200 vacancies are open. And the existing positions are 35% occupied by pensioners, many of whom have already turned 75 years old, writes “The Mirror of the Week”. According to the chairperson of the Kiev city trade union of health workers Larisa Kanarovskaya, there are also 5,760 nurses in institutions subordinate to the Department of Health of the Kyiv City State Administration. Most of all, the TB services, pathoanatomical departments, emergency and emergency stations suffer from a shortage of personnel. In the primary care department vacancies for 546 doctors and 1017 junior specialists are open. According to the Department of Health of the Kyiv City State Administration, in order to provide primary health care to the population of Kiev, 2,086 full-time doctors were appointed (415 general practitioners; 650 pediatricians; 1022 general practitioners-family doctors). But Continue Reading


The Minister of Health of Russia recognized the need for foreign drugs.

The Minister of Health of Russia, Veronika Skvortsova, during a speech at the symposium of pediatric surgeons, said that the country would not be able to do without foreign medicines, reports RIA News". “Russia is becoming self-sufficient in many ways, but so far we cannot completely abandon the original medicines and medical products that are manufactured in other countries, but have no analogues in our country,” Skvortsova said. Earlier it was reported that Russia could ban the importation of drugs from the United States in response to the sanctions of the United States against the Russian side. State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin noted that in relation to 90 American drugs restrictions on supplies to Russia will not act. . (tagsToTranslate) DoctorDocker (t) news (t) breaking news (t) The Minister of Healthcare of Russia recognized the need for foreign medicines Please follow and like us:


Corruption of the Ministry of Health: how a Belarusian test site was made out of Belarusian children

About the tragedy in Gantsevichi district, when a child died after the introduction of the vaccine, the whole of Belarus heard. But few know how the Korean Eupenta vaccine hit our country. The history of the efforts of the Ministry of Health is very vague and therefore even more frightening. The Ministry of Health did not tire of repeating everywhere that the tragedy with a two-month-old child happened after the use of two vaccines: Korean Eupenta and French Imovax Polio. Therefore, in Belarus, until the end of the investigation, the use of these two vaccines is suspended. Representatives of the Korean plant immediately arrived in Belarus, expressed regret and condolences to the child’s family, and at the same time assured that they would do everything possible for an objective hearing. But the French are still keeping quiet silence and are not even going to go to Belarus. There is nothing Continue Reading


Ministry of Health refuses to treat seriously ill patients

There is nothing to improve health – the ministry runs out of money The Ukrainian seriously ill patients (mostly with oncology) will no longer be able to improve their health at public expense – the Ministry of Health blocked the queue due to lack of funds for treatment. First of all, the restrictions relate to those who are supposed to be treated abroad. They will not be cured for sure in the near future: they will have to wait until the Rada approves the budget adjustment, and the Ministry of Finance finds the funds. It will take no less than six months, so the patient, frankly, you will not envy. The queues needing expensive assistance are thousands. Hundreds of them are literally counting for days. As it turned out that the Ministry of Health ended all budget allocations 4 months earlier than they should have ended, Acting Minister Uliana Suprun Continue Reading