“Trains of health” themselves will come to the villagers – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

You can check your health in villages and cities far from the regional center “without leaving the outskirts”. Teams of doctors themselves will come on “health trains”.

These are mobile diagnostic and treatment laboratories, which were created within the framework of the national project “Healthcare”. Not only therapists come, but also neurologists, surgeons, cardiologists, gynecologists, endocrinologists, ophthalmologists, oncologists and rheumatologists.

In the village of Bikbulovo, in Tatarstan, a mobile polyclinic of the city hospital No. 5 of Naberezhnye Chelny worked for several days. Up to 50 people came to the prophylactic medical examination a day. It is in the villages and villages that doctors are more likely to encounter advanced cases of diseases. “I was approached by a 60-year-old man whose inguinal hernia had already grown so much that it interfered with walking,” said surgeon Lenard Yaminov.

And from July 1, you can also undergo an in-depth medical examination for those who have had covid. “My mother was ill,” says Ksenia Zvereva, a resident of Cherepovets. “Very good, they will see my mother.”

This examination takes place in two stages. On the first – tests, X-rays and a therapist’s appointment, on the second – computed tomography and cardiogram. The formation of patient lists is now being completed. First of all, they will check those who were seriously ill.

And in the Nizhny Novgorod region “health trains” were sent to the districts back in April. For mobile clinics thanks to the national project “Health” the region was able to acquire new mobile modules for the diagnosis of cardiovascular and oncological diseases, diabetes mellitus. By July 1, almost 8 thousand residents of Nizhny Novgorod were sent for additional examination. This is the very early diagnosis that can save a person from serious diseases.



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