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Regional Vascular Center in Chita will receive 160 units of new equipment - EastRussia | Far East






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Regional vascular center in Chita will receive 160 units of new equipment

Regional vascular center in Chita will receive 160 units of new equipment
The regional vascular center of the regional clinical hospital in the framework of the national project "Health" will receive 160 units of unique medical equipment in 2019 year. This will allow to assist more than two thousand patients suffering from cardiovascular diseases.

“Over 6 years, the positive dynamics of the profile hospitalization of patients with acute vascular disease in vascular centers has been monitored. Since the implementation of measures to improve the provision of medical care to such patients, there has been an increase in the direction of patients with strokes and heart attacks, according to the route map to the specialized department attached to the district. And the implementation of the national project in the region will multiply increase the ability to provide medical care to patients with these diseases as efficiently and comfortably as possible, ”said Olga Kritskaya, deputy chief physician and head of the regional vascular center.

Among the expected medical equipment, the vascular center “Exarta” will be provided to the vascular center, which helps to quickly restore the mobility of the spine and joints, as well as eliminate pain in patients who have had a stroke or spinal cord injury. It is also effectively used in the treatment of cerebral palsy. Another innovative acquisition will be the Nirvana, designed to assess and restore sensory, cognitive and motor functions.

In total, the region will receive 211 units of equipment, including artificial respiratory ventilation devices, an expert-class diagnostic center for ultrasound examinations, functional beds, modern simulators, and much more.