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In the Urals, a university graduate who has just been drafted into the army from the Moscow region has died

On Wednesday near Serpukhov, in the old cemetery of the village of Drakino, the funeral of 22-year-old conscript soldier Vyacheslav B. took place. The young man literally burned out from infection immediately after being drafted into the army after graduating from an advanced university training engineers and programmers. Vyacheslav was assigned to the missile forces, in part N 34103 near Nizhny Tagil of the Sverdlovsk region, Chekhov-Vid.ru writes. In short telephone conversations with relatives, he did not openly complain about anything, he was invigorated, but briefly mentioned that the climate at the duty station is severe and "the disease is attacking." When the mother came to the serviceman for the oath, she was shocked by his condition. At first, the woman was simply not told anything and was not allowed to see her son. Then they drove to the hospital. When asked if Vyacheslav was alive, they answered her – Continue Reading

Private and public clinics evaluated in St. Petersburg and Moscow

Medical advisory service "NaPravravka" completed the summing up of the annual rating of Moscow and St. Petersburg clinics and doctors “Patient Selection for Amendment-2019”. The rating is based on reviews from more than 150,000 users of the site and includes private and public clinics. The selection criterion for winning clinics is an average rating of 3.8+ points out of 5 possible based on the results of 50+ reviews, each of which is checked for reliability. Of the 12,000 clinics in Moscow and St. Petersburg posted on the portal, the list of winners included 60 metropolitan centers and 231 from the city on the Neva. In St. Petersburg, the places between the public and private clinics were distributed approximately equally: 118 private clinics and 113 state ones, the last of which included even 11 city clinics. In Moscow, state clinics lead by a noticeable margin. Interestingly, users rate public hospitals not Continue Reading

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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

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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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Deputy mayor of Moscow found reasonable experience in treating advanced cancer at the expense of the patient

Moscow’s deputy mayor for social development, Leonid Pechatnikov, stated that he finds “reasonable experience in Asian countries where a person who has cancer at a late, advanced stage is treated at his own expense”. He made such a comment when the topic of passing the clinical examination and its impact on the health insurance conditions was raised at a press conference, Interfax reports. “If a person did not pass the clinical examination in time, the conditions of his health insurance should be reviewed. But this is my personal opinion, it is not for me to decide, ”said the Pechatnikov at a press conference. Meanwhile, said the deputy mayor, the average salary of a Moscow doctor is 135 thousand rubles. “In January and February, the average salary of a Moscow doctor reached 135 thousand rubles. This average salary does not include the head physicians and their deputies, they get more, neither Continue Reading

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For Moscow officials bought cancer treatment policies abroad

Deputy Mayor of Moscow Leonid Pechatnikov threatens ordinary citizens with paid treatment in case of cancer. And for their own employees of the structures belonging to the city, insurance is bought with the taxpayers' money, which allows them to be treated abroad. Recently, Moscow’s vice-mayor for social policy, Leonid Pechatnikov, said that people who didn’t undergo a clinical examination and suffer from cancer should pay for the treatment themselves, because they didn’t care about their health. To be precise, Pechatnikov said: “Here in Korea, if a person hasn’t undergone a medical examination, he is sent a subpoena for this, as in the military registration and enlistment office. he didn’t go through and he has cancer that is running out, then he will have to pay for his treatment himself. It seems to me that the way that Asian countries have chosen, including Japan and Korea, is reasonable. " That is, Continue Reading

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In Moscow, a policeman exploded hands

In the Moscow region on the highway A-108 an explosion occurred, as a result of which the local precinct was torn off his hands. The reason was the explosive device, which was in the box, which the man tried to remove from the roadway. The incident was reported by a representative of the emergency services of the Moscow region. “The driver works as a district police officer, he was in his spare time. He stopped in front of the box, wanted to remove it from the road. When he picked it up, an explosion occurred, ”the source of the newspaper Gazeta.ru reports. As a result of the explosion, the policeman injured his face and lost the hands of both hands. . (tagsToTranslate) DoctorDocker (t) news (t) fresh news (t) In the Moscow region a policeman exploded hands Please follow and like us: