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Head of Department - Marina Shlykova A., born in 1964, doctor of the highest qualification category, chief freelance specialist of the Ministry of Health.
Nephrology unit is located on the 6th floor of a six storey therapeutic building. The Department deployed 30 beds. Nephrology provides specialized medical care.
- The doctors – 3 persons, 1 doctor has the highest category, 1 doctor of the first category.
- Nurses – 7 persons, 1 nurse is the first category.
- Junior staff – 6 people.
The staff of the Department, Nephrology Department
Shlykova Marina Alekseevna
senior med. sister
The main activities of the Department:
1. Hospitalization and provision of medical diagnostic and therapeutic aid in accordance with approved standards and protocols for the maintenance of the paintion with the following diseases:
- acute or chronic kidney disease of any etiology requiring verification of diagnosis, including the methods of biopsy, computed tomography and others that can only be performed in hospital;
- chronic glomerulonephritis, both primary and secondary (systemic diseases of connective tissue – systemic lupus erythematosus, vasculitis, infective endocarditis, etc.) in the active stage, requiring pathogenetic therapy;
- non-obstructive (uncomplicated) pyelonephritis in the active stage, not amenable to treatment in an outpatient setting;
- kidney damage occurring with nephrotic syndrome of any nature, requiring further diagnosis and/or active treatment;
- acute renal failure not requiring treatment toxicologist;
- renal amyloidosis in a stage where it required active therapy;
- the renal involvement in hematological diseases in the stages when you require Nephrology care and there are no indications for chemotherapy;
- chronic renal failure, including complications chronic heart failure decompensation or accompanied by other pathological conditions requiring active conservative therapy impossible in an outpatient setting, and/or training to conduct and/or early treatment substitution methods (dialysis, transplantation);
- diabetic nephropathy and symptomatic stages, occurring with nephrotic syndrome and/or heart failure and/or poorly controlled hypertension requiring intensive medical and specialized, including substitutive renal treatment methods;
- hypertension of unknown etiology requires examination for its nephrogenic renovascular or nature, including with application of methods of magnetic resonance or computer gOh imaging, if they can't be done on an outpatient basis;
- renal and extrarenal complications of the posttransplant period;
- examination of the potential donors.
2. Diagnostics of nephrological diseases using modern laboratory, instrumental methods and needle biopsy of the kidney.
3. Treatment etiotropic, pathogenetic using immunosupressants.
4. The introduction of new diagnostic and therapeutic methods and techniques.
5. The provision, if necessary, advice to doctors from other hospitals in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment of renal disease.
6. Training patients with chronic kidney diseases.
7. Sanitary-educational work with patients and their relatives.
Hospitalization in the Department is carried out in a planned manner on a daily basis, according to the schedule of admission in the direction of the Republican Advisory clinic