The leaders of Yekaterinburg launched a unique Obstetrics Department at CCH number 7
Head of Ekaterinburg — Yekaterinburg City Duma Chairman Eugene Porunov and the head of the Administration of Yekaterinburg, Alexander Jacob at Thursday, February 16, 2012, launched the operation in the second part of an observational obstetric department of the Central City Hospital № 7, located in the street Vilonov, 33.
Obstetric observational office — is a unique branch on the organization of emergency obstetric care for women with severe complications after birth. The department uses advanced minimally invasive (minimal surgical intervention and the degree of injury to the body tissues) endoscopic technologies to preserve reproductive function in most patients.
Deputy Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology, CCH number 7 Eugene Gluhov held for a tour of the obstetrical observational office. He demonstrated the heads of the conditions in which patients are treated and talked about modern methods of disinfection of the premises.
In addition, the guests visited the campus neonatal pathology, where a newly-born child watching the doctors of different specializations: general practitioner, optometrist, pediatric neurologist. If necessary, the child passes a full range of treatments.
With the launch of the second phase of an observational obstetrical department in charge of all health and safety requirements, improved to a comfortable stay patients. Ward is designed for 30 beds. In the year through a branch runs about 600 patients with various complications of the postpartum period, not only from Ekaterinburg, but the Sverdlovsk region.
In addition, this department the coupling of a mother with a child — my mother is in the chamber, along with their children. Preserved breastfeeding, despite serious antibiotic therapy.
Head of the Administration of Yekaterinburg Alexander Jakob:
A unique department. It is no accident, the team of doctors led by the deputy chief doctor of obstetrics and gynecology BTF number 7 Eugene Gluhov were awarded prizes in the past year and Tatishcheva de Gennin for the introduction of technologies that perform sparing surgery. This gives the women a unique opportunity to re-plan the pregnancy and birth, unlike traditional technology that does not provide such an opportunity.
Work on site were carried out in the framework of the program "Health of young citizens" and financed from the city budget.