Case GKB № 50 for the treatment COVID-19 will accept the profile of urology

The case of city clinical hospital (GKB) name of Spasokukotskogo of the Department of health of Moscow, which was previously prepared for the infected with a coronavirus infection, will start accepting patients scheduled for urological profile, said the chief specialist urologist Metropolitan Desdra and the Ministry of health of the Russian Federation Dmitry Pushkar. He noted that in the situation with the coronavirus “is gradually improving”, and now experts are ready to accept patients of urological profile, which because of the epidemic underwent surgical intervention. “Often, such operations can not be delayed, although many of them are considered and planned. It is no secret that between urology and Oncology for a long time is a sign of equality. Today prostate cancer is detected in each of the seventh men, often cancer of the bladder, kidney, urolithiasis and other diseases,” — said Dmitry Pushkar. According to him, the hospital name of Spasokukotskogo has a team of highly skilled specialists, constantly improve their professional level. He added that a large part of urological surgeries conducted on the Da Vinci robot. It is the world’s most advanced surgical equipment allows surgeons to perform operations remotely, without direct contact with the patient, and the patient recover faster, he said. We will add that city clinical hospital named after S. I. Spasokukotskogo is one of the largest diversified medical institutions of Moscow. Every year here are treated more than 50 thousand patients from all over Russia. On the basis of GKB them. S. I. Spasokukotskogo 2014 works Center operational robot-assisted and reconstructive urology, operating team of which the estimated foreign colleagues included in the top three among the world’s 15 hospitals, conducted online transactions with the help of robots. In September 2015, in connection with the 60th anniversary of the hospital № 50 named the outstanding scientist and surgeon, academician of the USSR Sergei Spasokukotskogo. Sergei Ivanovich Spasokukotsky (1870-1943) — Russian scientist, surgeon, founder of the Soviet clinical school. He has made an outstanding contribution in the field of gastrointestinal and pulmonary surgery, dealing with blood transfusions.

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