in the Altai region In the framework of the national project “Health” introducing new technologies for the purpose of execution of the Federal objectives of ensuring efficiency and availability of quality medical care and increasing life expectancy and reducing mortality. In a pandemic coronavirus particularly effective are the online consultation “doctor-doctor” and “doctor-patient” as well as a single database of medical images. However, introduced other innovations that allow physicians to obtain operational support to colleagues and to constantly monitor the health of patients with cardiovascular diseases.
in December of last year in emergency rooms Altai medical institutions began to use a system that can transmit the image with the sound from the intensive care beds in one of the counselling centres of Barnaul. The expert can remotely see the video, adjust the tactics of treatment, or transfer of a patient from district hospital to a specialized clinic. Today in the Altai region this technology is used in three medical institutions: on the basis of the perinatal center “DAR”, which advises neonatal patients, in the Altai regional clinical center of maternal and childhood for children over 20 days of life and on the basis of Regional clinical hospital — for patients davidnyc hospitals.
in addition, at the beginning of 2020 brigade ambulance was equipped with a mobile electrocardiogram devices that can send patient data in cardiology. Now the car “emergency” in areas of the province has already installed 230 of these devices. Only last week was made over 4 thousand studies. Transcript of kardiogramm deals expert cardiology system using robot. This allows you to quickly assess the patient’s condition and promptly assign him the appropriate treatment or make the decision on his admission to a specialized hospital.
Thealso a challenge due to the blood pressure with SIM card and GPS doctors can monitor the health of patients with hypertension. People measure on it pressure, and the device transmits all data to the Federal Center of cardiology. Today, there are 1.5 million patients suffering from high blood pressure. Program participants sign a contract, receive the device and two times a day measure blood pressure, and then the data is transmitted automatically to the remote monitoring Center at the Federal Center of cardiology and the district physician. If the patient has not received information it pressure has sharply risen or fallen, the doctor will give him a call to know the status, or even call an ambulance if there is reason to suspect crisis.