Migrants will help solve the personnel issue in medicine

Close vacancies for psychiatrists, oncologists and emergency doctors will help attract foreigners, according to the Ministry of Labor. The staffing potential of Russian doctors can cover the country's need for doctors by only 4%. This follows from the data of the Ministry of Labor and the Ministry of Health. About 1 thousand doctors are registered at labor exchanges, while the need for specialists is many times greater: the deficit of oncologists alone is 4 thousand people. To solve the problem, the agencies are ready to attract foreign labor – doctors from abroad are planning to issue Russian passports in a simplified manner. Replacing vacant places with migrants will help at least temporarily resolve the current situation, experts surveyed by Izvestia say. In Russia, there are acute shortages of oncologists, psychiatrists, orthopedists, oculists, neurologists, and many other doctors. According to the Ministry of Health, only polyclinics are deficient in more than Continue Reading


Decomposition of medicine: bureaucrats become millionaires, doctors become poor

Catastrophic processes take place in Russian medicine, which in the end will completely destroy it. The class stratification of nomenclature and plebs in science, education and medicine began not 5, but 15-20 years ago. In the 90s, the directors of research institutes and university rectors realized that they were landlords of profitable real estate and their incomes no longer depended on their main activity. In the zero years, they learned to earn money on paid expert examinations of the world pharmacy and protect the “commercial segment”. Nowadays, they have known the joy of distribution and state security, which began to be distributed in the right hands. As a result, they became at the same income level with top officials and middle-class businessmen. But unlike them, they also gained administrative and political weight. The catastrophic events taking place recently on the medical front, according to the Moscow blogger Gleb Kuznetsov, serves Continue Reading


Personal experience: how in Moscow they kill free medicine

Despite all the victorious reports of the Moscow authorities that any Muscovite can be quickly checked by an oncologist, this can be done with great difficulty Trueadviser writes in his blog about the catastrophic level that healthcare has fallen in the Russian capital. The blogger said what a terrible problem turned out to be an ordinary check-up by an oncologist of moles on the skin to detect melanoma. Firstly, it turned out that it is impossible to make an appointment with a specialist in a district clinic, first you need to go to a dermatologist who decides whether to send him a patient further. Moreover, the Sobyaninsky media loudly sings that any Muscovite can easily turn to an oncologist about moles as well. It's a lie. Secondly, dermatologists accept only dermatovenerological dispensaries and you can only sign up for them in a week. Moreover, if at the reception he cannot Continue Reading


Who is killing medicine?

Profit at all costs! Vladimir Putin recently, a little over a week ago, spoke about the state of affairs in our healthcare. And if you remember, he did not say anything good about this. The primary link was especially given, the position in which was recognized, to put it mildly, unsatisfactory. In my article on VO, I already tried to quickly analyze the situation, and you can familiarize yourself with some conclusions. But, as it turned out, a deeper study of the issue reveals to us the real abysses of "common sense" and managerial "genius". What are we going to talk about today … As usual, a look at the problem from the inside, although not without some subjectivity, nevertheless reflects its distinctive features much more accurately and more fully. And often it allows you to see at all that which, unfortunately, is almost indistinguishable from the outside. And it Continue Reading


The lethal outcome of Russian medicine: doctors quit, patients die

The Health Foundation, having studied the statistics of the Ministry of Health, released data on the growth of nosocomial mortality in Russia. Over the year, it grew by 5, 5%. Mortality growth was noted in 79 regions. The fund also reported an increase in hospital admissions in the country. This means one thing: there are more patients, but their treatment has become worse. Two scandals shocked the medical community in just the past week. In a maternity hospital in the Stavropol Territory during a cesarean section, a 24-year-old woman in labor died. Seeing that the patient’s condition began to deteriorate sharply, the doctors of the Andropovsk regional hospital together left the operating room. The 72-year-old doctor retreated first, citing pressure. Her younger colleague simply did not want to take responsibility – especially since there was not her change. She urgently needed to leave for family reasons. As a result, 24-year-old Continue Reading


A matter of life and death: a big failure is not in medicine, but in its financing

For the national project “Healthcare”, the budget has planned six times less money than to provide for the apparatus of officials and state authorities, nine times less than the costs of national security and 13 times less than for defense The current situation in Russia has many different assessments, we will listen to the most authoritative. For if one of the domestic politicians is really not inclined thicken paintis Vladimir Putin. So it is considered, at least … – the analyst writes in his blog Andrey Nalgin. But even a calm and calm president described the state of affairs with the unflattering word “failure”. And this is a disturbing assessment, because it is literally about matter of life and death. Because failure ascertained in the vital primary link of Russian medicine. The Russian healthcare system in the regions is in crisis and is in dire need of modernization. This was Continue Reading


Primorye mourns a deceased girl soon and discusses the quality of medicine.

Paid vaccine, poor-quality equipment of medical institutions and careless doctors became the subject of widespread discontent among Primorye residents For more information: https://primamedia.ru/news/838486/?from=37. Stormy controversy unfolded around Primorye’s social networks around a terrible tragedy: the sudden death of 4-year-old Varvara right in the ambulance on her birthday. Doctors, residents of the village and just concerned people express their opinions about the quality and condition of local medicine, the system of compulsory vaccination and much more. What Primorye thinks about these pressing topics is in the publication PrimaMedia. The topic of lack of professionalism of doctors, as well as the state of local medicine, which does not allow providing qualified assistance to patients and doctors to receive decent pay, caused a great wave of public discontent. As noted by residents of the village of Yaroslavsky, where little Barbara lived, the situation with medicine in the village leaves much to be desired. Continue Reading


How general optimization optimizes our medicine

News from hospitals increasingly resemble reports from some invisible front. Happy who is healthy. He can ignore them. But everyone who recently had to resort to the help of state medicine cannot help but notice that something is wrong here. Ominous optimization in Russian is translated as "reduction", and if absolutely verbatim, the dismissal. And this very optimization has covered health care after education. Disbanding, consolidation, transfusion from empty to empty. One goal – money. ON THE EVE: “In the southern Urals, medical workers complain about the cancellation of long-service payments. 1200 employees of the hospital in Troitsk received notifications of cancellation of payments. The situation is similar in the medical institutions of Chelyabinsk, Miass and Yuzhnouralsk. There, a notice of a change in the wage clause was received by the employees of the city hospital in November last year. Those who refused to sign the notice were threatened with Continue Reading


Russian concern Shvabe presented innovations for medicine at a forum in Moscow

In the framework of the Forum of Social Innovation of the Regions, which takes place from June 19 to June 21 at the VDNKh, the holding company Shvabe demonstrates high technologies and products based on them for medicine, including telemedicine solutions. The key projects are the system for hospital wards with integrated functional units "Integro" and the hardware and software complex of remote video consulting for online broadcasting of the operation or patient's condition, consulting a doctor-physician. “Digitalization is the defining trend of modern healthcare. Telemedicine and medical devices synchronized with a smartphone are today among the most relevant areas. In particular, thanks to the newest telemedicine technologies, the qualified support of doctors is now also available to residents of remote communities in the country. Among the medical devices for the diagnosis and prevention of heart health, the holding shows the blood pressure corrector ABP-051, as well as the cardio Continue Reading

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Regenerative medicine: the path to human longevity. Are we close to this?

Lizards can grow whole limbs. Flatworms, starfish and sea cucumbers grow whole bodies. Sharks are constantly replacing lost teeth, often growing more than 20,000 teeth throughout their lives. How to transfer these practical superpowers to people? Answer: through advanced innovations of regenerative medicine. While big data and artificial intelligence are changing our practical medicine and inventing new methods of treatment, regenerative medicine is aimed at replacing and rejuvenating our physical body. Is it possible to renew all the organs of the human body? Currently, three regenerative technologies are being developed, which together should enable us to fully improve and even replace vital human organs: Recovery: stem cells, body regenerative engine Replacement: organ regeneration and bioprinting Rejuvenation: young blood and parabiosis Let's dive into the prospect of immortality. Renewal and stem cells: the regenerative engine of the body Stem cells are undecided cells that can transform into specialized cells — the Continue Reading