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Head of the department - Shlykova Marina Alekseevna, born in 1964, doctor of the highest qualification category, chief freelance specialist of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Moldova.
The nephrology department is located on the 6th floor of a six-storey therapeutic building. The department is deployed for 30 beds. Provides specialized nephrological medical care.
Staff of the department:
- Doctors - 3 people, 1 doctor has the highest category, 1 doctor has the first category.
- Nurses – 7 people, 1 nurse has the first category.
- Junior staff – 6 people.
Staff of the nephrology department
Shlykova Marina Alekseevna
Kiseleva Irina Sergeevna
Sidorova Elena Sergeevna
Pakshina Elena Vladimirovna
The main activities of the department:
1. Hospitalization and provision of medical treatment and diagnostic care in accordance with approved standards and protocols for the management of patients with the following diseases:
- acute or chronic kidney diseases of any etiology requiring verification of the diagnosis, including methods of puncture biopsy, computed tomography and others that can be performed only in a hospital;
- chronic glomerulonephritis, both primary and secondary (in systemic connective tissue diseases, systemic lupus erythematosus, vasculitis, infectious endocarditis, etc.) in the active stage, requiring pathogenetic therapy;
- non-obstructive (uncomplicated) pyelonephritis in the active stage, not amenable to therapy on an outpatient basis;
- kidney lesions occurring with nephrotic syndrome of any nature, requiring clarification of the diagnosis and/or active treatment;
- acute renal failure that does not require treatment by a toxicologist;
- kidney amyloidosis at the stage when its active therapy is needed;
- kidney damage in hematological diseases at stages when nephrological care is required and there are no indications for polychemotherapy;
- chronic renal failure, including complicated by chronic heart failure at the stage of decompensation or accompanied by other pathological conditions, requiring active conservative therapy, which is impossible on an outpatient basis, and/or preparation for and/or initiation of treatment with substitution methods (dialysis, transplantation);
- diabetic nephropathy in the clinically manifest stage, occurring with nephrotic syndrome and/or heart failure and/or poorly controlled arterial hypertension, requiring the use of intensive medical and specialized, including replacement nephrological methods of treatment;
- arterial hypertension of unclear etiology, requiring examination for its nephrogenic or vasorenal nature, including using magnetic resonance imaging or computed tomography methods, if they cannot be performed on an outpatient basis;
- renal and extrarenal complications of the post-transplant period;
- survey of potential donors.
2. Diagnosis of nephrological diseases using modern laboratory, instrumental methods and puncture biopsy of the kidney.
3. Treatment is etiotropic, pathogenetic with the use of immunosuppressants.
4. Introduction of new diagnostic and therapeutic methods and techniques.
5. Providing, if necessary, advisory assistance to doctors of other hospitals in matters of prevention, diagnosis, treatment of kidney pathology.
6. Training of patients with chronic nephrological diseases.
7. Conducting sanitary and educational work with patients and their relatives.
Hospitalization to the department is carried out as planned daily, according to the schedule of hospitalization in the direction of the republican consultative polyclinic