Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 Undergraduate Tuition and Fees – Registration Information
Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 Undergraduate Tuition and Fees
Payment due dates:
- Fall Semester : Payment is due July 15th
- Spring Semester: Payment is due December 15th
- Summer, Winter Intersession, Spring Break: Payment is due upon registration
* All rates are subject to change.
|Full Time Tuition and Required Fees (per semester)|
|Connecticut Resident (undergraduate)||$5,910.50||12 to 18 credits|
|New York and New Jersey Residents (undergraduate)||$5,910.
||12 to 18 credits|
|Non-Resident (undergraduate)||$12,612.50||12 to 18 credits|
|N.E. Regional (undergraduate)||$7,451.50||12 to 18 credits|
|Confirmation Deposit (non-refundable/non-transferable)||$200.00|| One time payment, new full time students only, payment is applied to tuition bill
|Transcript fee – new incoming students||$30.00||one time fee|
|Transportation Fee||$40.00||per semester|
|Applied Music Fee||$150-600||per applied music course|
|Lab fee (Art Studio, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Physics)||$50. 00|
|Art Program||$50.00||per semester|
|Music Program||$150.00||per semester|
|Music Theatre Program||$150.00||per semester|
|Nursing Program||$396.00||per semester|
|Theatre Program||$150.00||per semester|
|Bad check penalty fee||$20.00||per occurrence|
|Credit/Debit card Convenience Fee||2.85%||per transaction/$3 minimum fee|
|Excess credit fee (per each credit over 18 – undergraduate)||$560. 00||Non-refundable fee|
|Late payment fee||$50.00||per occurrence|
|$50.00||per online class (fee waived fall 2020)|
|Payment Plan Enrollment Fee||$35.00||per occurrence|
|Study Abroad Application Fee||$75.00|
|Study Abroad Program Fee||$150.00|
|Teacher Certification/Transcript Evaluation||$75.00|
|Meal Plans (per semester)|
|Ultimate Meal Plan||$2,928. 00|
|Platinum Plus Meal Plan||$2,792.50|
|Platinum Meal Plan||$2,737.50|
|Gold Plus Meal Plan||$1,958.50|
|Gold Meal Plan||$1,903.50|
|Blue Plus Meal Plan||$1,420.00|
|Blue Meal Plan||$1,187.00|
|Other Housing Fees (per semester)|
|Dorm Social Fee||$22.50|
|Housing Room Rates: (per semester)|
|Litchfield and Newbury|
|1 bedroom, 1 bed apartment||$5,195. 00|
|1 bedroom, 2 bed apartment||$4,795.00|
|2 bedroom, 4 bed apartment||$4,347.50|
|1 bedroom, 1 bed apartment||$5,830.00|
|1 bedroom, 2 bed apartment||$5,246.50|
|3 bedroom, single in 5 bed apartment||$5,195.00|
|3 bedroom, double in 5 bed apartment||$4,742.50|
|1 bedroom, 1 bed suite||$5,430.00|
|1 bedroom, 2 bed suite||$4,795.00|
|2 bedroom, 5 bed suite
2 bedroom, 5 bed enhanced occupancy bedroom
PART TIME TUITION AND FEES
|Tuition||$257 per credit hour|
|General Fee||$303 per credit hour|
|Sub-Total||$560 per credit hour|
|Student Activity Fee||$3 per credit hour (fall and spring only)|
|Registration Fee||$60 per semester (fee is non-refundable even in cases where a student withdraws or is dropped for nonpayment)|
|Transportation Fee||$40 per semester|
|Online – Undergraduate|
|Online Tuition||$257 per credit hour|
|Online General Fee||$303 per credit hour|
|Sub-Total||$560 per credit hour|
|Online Fee||$50 per course (fee is non-refundable even in cases where a student withdraws or is dropped for nonpayment)|
|Housing Deposit||$250. 00||non-refundable|
|Transcript fee||$30.00||one time fee, new incoming students|
|Payment Plan Enrollment Fee||$35.00||per occurrence|
|Bad Check Penalty||$20.00||per occurrence|
|Lost ID Card||$15.00||per occurrence|
|Re-registration Fee||per occurrence|
|Late Payment Fee||$50. 00||per occurrence|
|Applied Music||$150.00||– $600.00 per applied music course|
|Nursing Students||$33.00||per credit hour part time students|
|Professional Education Fee (TK20)||$100.00||one time fee|
|Education Certification Fee||$125.00|
|Study Abroad Program Fee||$150.00|
|Study Abroad Application Fee||$75.00|
|Lab Fee||$50.00||per course|
In addition to textbooks, students must furnish their own notebooks, writing implements and art supplies. Students also should be prepared to pay for field trips and regional study tours since these activities are an integral part of the education program.
Pay the normal tuition and fee costs. Designate “Audit” in place of “semester hours” on registration form.
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Western Connecticut State University will offer a master’s degree in Human Nutrition in the fall, an expansion of the fast-growing Health Promotion & Exercise Sciences (HPX) program. The department currently hosts degrees in Health Promotion Studies and Health Education. Dr. Ethan Balk, an HPX associate professor, is coordinating the graduate degree, which can serve students with a background in varying fields, including public and community health, psychology, education and other professions. Read more
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Western CT Mental Health Network – Danbury Area
78 Triangle Street, Bldg. I-4
Danbury, CT 06810
203-448-3200, 203-448-3199 (FAX)
The Western CT Mental Health Network – Danbury Area (WCMHN-Danbury Area), under the umbrella of the Western Connecticut Mental Health Network, is responsible for the clinical, fiscal and administrative oversight of state-operated and contracted agencies providing mental health services in the Greater Danbury area. The WCMHN-Danbury Area is one of DMHAS’ local authorities in the state. The Greater Danbury area is comprised of Bethel, Bridgewater, Brookfield, Danbury, Newtown, New Fairfield, New Milford, Redding, Ridgefield, Roxbury, and Sherman.
WCMHN-Danbury Area – Operated Programs
Triage/Intake Services: The Triage/Intake Team, as part of the outpatient department, interviews individuals asking for services of the WCMHN-Danbury Area. The Team registers individuals, decides the level of care and services needed, and evaluates the individuals admitted into the agency’s programs.
Transitional Housing Program: The Transitional Housing Program offers short term case management and housing for individuals who have problems with mental health and substance use, do not have a place to live, and who do not have money. In addition, the program also serves individuals who are not able to return to their current home, either by choice or because of the problems they have. Staff offers teaching of skills and connections to services in the community to help individuals to become more independent.
Jail Diversion Program: The Jail Diversion Program is a collaboration between Waterbury Court (GA-4), Bantam Court (GA-18) Danbury Court (GA-3) and the Western Connecticut Mental Health Network (WCMHN). The mission of the program is to identify and facilitate clinical alternatives to incarceration for defendants with mental and substance abuse disorders, when appropriate, and to facilitate continuation of treatment or timely referrals and linkage to treatment services, both in the community and in jail. Licensed mental health professionals located in regional courthouses provide immediate assessment and referral to clinical services for individuals with mental health and substance abuse disorders during pre-arraignment lock-up, while out on bond or on a Promise to Appear. Jail Diversion clinicians collaborate with court personnel to ensure that the individual’s treatment needs are considered in determining a disposition. The clinician also provides linkage to community and Department of Correction treatment providers to address the individual’s treatment needs. These court clinicians also refer to the spectrum of services offered by the Western Connecticut Mental Health Network and its contracted providers to find the best match between the individual and a community services provider.
Outpatient Services: The Outpatient Services Program staff provides psychiatric assessment, treatment planning, individual and group therapy, and medication monitoring. Additionally, the program provides services in regularly scheduled treatment sessions and includes individual, group, and family therapy.
Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Program: The Western Connecticut Mental Health Network offers services regionally to individuals with acquired or traumatic brain injury (ABI/TBI). A Community Integration Specialist (social worker) provides assistance to ABI/TBI individuals by facilitating the initiation, coordination and implementation of community-based services. Eligible individuals access these services through referral. Consultation and advocacy are also offered as an integral part of the program.
Shelter Plus Care: The Shelter Plus Care Program provides rental assistance to persons/families that are homeless with disabilities.
Family Support Night: 1st & 3rd Thursday of each month, 5:00 pm-6:30 pm at Catholic Charities, 24 Grassy Plain Street, Bethel, CT 06801 – (203) 748-0848.
The WCMHN-Danbury Area has contracts with the following agencies in the Greater Danbury Area: Catholic Charities of Fairfield County, Danbury Hospital Community Center for Behavioral Health, Ability Beyond Disability, Interlude, Mental Health Association of Connecticut and New Milford Hospital Mental Health Services, Guardian Ad Litem Services and Center for Human Development.
Residential Support Services: Residential Support Services are provided in individuals’ own apartment or in supervised living settings. Residential services help individuals to find and keep the housing they choose. Residential Support Services also provide treatment planning, referral to other services and advocacy. Services provided help individuals develop and strengthen skills needed to live in the community. Based on the individual’s needs services may include money management, budgeting, cooking, cleaning, shopping, hygiene, medication monitoring and use of leisure time. Supported and supervised Residential Services are provided in the Greater Danbury are through Interlude, Mental Health Association and Center for Human Development.
Employment Services: Employment Services help individuals to obtain and maintain employment of their choice. They provide support for individuals toward meeting their individual employment goal. This support includes assessment, job seeking, job placement, on the job support, career development and graduation. Each of these activities prepares individuals for independent employment. The agency providing service in the Greater Danbury area is Ability Beyond Disability.
Psychosocial Services: Psychosocial Services are those services which assist with social and interpersonal skills. These services address quality of life and support community living. The services vary but may include pre-employment activities, social functions, dinners, dances, field trips, educational events, recreation, leisure, advocacy, voter registration and peer support. Catholic Charities of Fairfield County through its New Heights Center in Danbury provides these services.
Mentorship/Warmline: The Mentorship Program provides 1:1 peer support. A mentor can assist an individual with socialization, community resources and goal setting.
The Warmline Program operates seven evenings per week from 7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. Operators will provide a friendly ear and can assist with loneliness, anxiety and sleeplessness. Operators also share their knowledge in regards to other community resources that are available. The Warmline is not a crisis line.
Catholic Charities of Fairfield County through its New Heights Center in Danbury provides this service.
Outpatient Services: Outpatient Services provide psychiatric assessment, treatment planning, medication prescription, and therapy. Services are provided by appointment but can be accessed during emergency situations.
Agencies providing Outpatient Services in the Greater Danbury Area are the Danbury Hospital Community Center for Behavioral Health (CCBH), New Milford Behavioral Health Services, (NMBHS) and Western CT Mental Health Network-Danbury Area.
Homeless Outreach Services: Homeless Outreach Team (HOT.) staff provides case finding, assessment and referral for homeless individuals. Staff provides case management services. They meet individuals in shelters and other places where homeless persons are found. The HOT. Program is operated by Catholic Charities of Fairfield County.
Community Support Programs (CSP): CSP services focus on building and maintaining a therapeutic relationship with the individual while delivering rehabilitative skill building interventions and activities. CSP services also facilitate connections to community recovery supports and emphasize individual choice, goals and recovery path. CSP includes a comprehensive range of rehabilitation services most of which are provided in non-office settings. Services are focused on skill building with a goal of maximizing self-management skills and independence. Community-based treatment enables the team to become intimately familiar with the individual’s surroundings, strengths and challenges, and to assist the individual in learning skills applicable to the living environment. The team services and interventions are individualized and tailored to the needs and preferences of the individual.
Recovery Pathways (RP): RP services are for individuals who present with minimum levels of routine or intermittent support needs. Individuals at this level are generally active in the self-management of symptoms and/or active in the involvement with support services. Individuals in RP may have additional ongoing support needs such as medical or physical assistance. The goal of this level of care is to assist the individual in cultivating greater self-management and problem solving skills. In addition, staff will work with the individual on resolution of problematic situations, skill building towards improved self-sufficiency and improving connection with social and community supports.
Deaf/or Hard of Hearing: The Deaf or Hard of Hearing Clinical Treatment is a regional program that provides traditional case management services including: assessment, treatment planning, referral, advocacy and direct care. Interpreter services are requested when needed. These regional services may be accessed by clients of the WCMHN-Waterbury Area, WCMHN-Danbury Area and the WCMHN-Torrington Area.
Crisis Services: Crisis services help individuals deal with very difficult times. These services evaluate and treat individuals at a moment’s notice. If the individual cannot come to the Emergency Room at Danbury Hospital, staff can come to the individual for a field evaluation and if needed, arrange for transportation to the hospital. Crisis Services can be accessed 24 hours, seven days a week. Crisis Services can access temporary crisis beds or inpatient facilities, when individuals are assessed to be a danger to themselves or others. Psychiatric and nursing support services are available when needed. Danbury Hospital provides Crisis Services for the Greater Danbury Area. Crisis HotLine Toll Free # 1-888-447-3339.
Guardian Ad Litem Services: Guardian Ad Litem Services, Inc. (GALS) provides intensive monitoring and reporting on the progress of individuals with mental illness who receive state assistance and/or services. GALS acts as an extension of a court appointment agent (i.e., Conservator, Probation Officer, Jail Diversion) and assist in the collaboration and coordination of services as well as the implementation of treatment/discharge plans.
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Western Connecticut State will consider changing mascot
Western Connecticut State University is considering changing its school nickname and mascot in response to student and alumni complaints, the University said Monday.
The state school’s nickname is the Colonials and “Chuck the Colonial” serves as its mascot.
Posts last week on the WestConn Instagram and Facebook feeds read: “We hear you. In response to WCSU students and alumni asking for a replacement of our current mascot, the student government association, the student group Speak Truth to Power, and the university will begin a student-driven process to find a new mascot that better reflects today’s Western Connecticut State University— a university where racism and hatred have no home. Sincerely Dr. John B. Clark, President.”
As of Monday, the post on Facebook had over 450 comments on both sides of the issue.
“We are in the process of organizing a committee that will look at the mascot and decide whether and how to change from Chuck,” Paul Steinmetz , the school’s director of university and community relations, said. “It will be a student-led process, with the Student Government Association and a student organization called Speak Truth to Power in the forefront. The university will provide resources and what support they may need.”
Comments promoting change state it is historically representative of ethnic violence, genocide and racism.
Those who wish to keep the nickname state it is an embodiment of the founding of the United States and American resilience.
A petition on Change.org had 315 signatures on a petition to change the name to Whales.
“Most students who I’ve spoken to want to change it either because they think it’s a weird, boring mascot that is less interesting than other universities, or because it represents a violent era in American history that students feel does not reflect our community, or both,” Audrey Nielsen, editor of the student-run Echo Newspaper, said via email.
The SGA is planning a WebX meeting on Thursday, June 18 at 1 p.m. to discuss the changing of the name.
This is not the first time the school has considered changing its nickname. In 1974, the school changed its nickname from Indians.
Western Connecticut is not alone in looking for a change from Colonials.
In 2018, George Washington University students began a campaign to change their school’s mascot as well.
That change is still being debated, though the University changed the name of its Student Service Hub and Student Financial and Registration Services to remove reference to its nickname.
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Computed tomography (CT) allows you to obtain volumetric 3D images of the examined parts of the body and organs (head, chest, abdominal cavity and small pelvis, bones and joints, spine).
A modern multislice computed tomograph Philips Ingenuity CT Core (manufactured by PHILIPS Medical System, Netherlands) 128 slices installed in the department of radiation diagnostics of the SMC, makes it possible to halve the examination time and radiation exposure.
The tomograph allows the doctor to obtain the maximum amount of diagnostic information, even in the early stages of the development of the disease, when there are no clinical symptoms.
X-rays are used for CT, but the low-dose protocols used in the modern tomograph of the Family Medical Center provide the most informative result with minimal radiation exposure. Thus, the only contraindication to CT (without contrast) is pregnancy.For children, starting from a very young age, CT scan can be performed (in the direction of a doctor, always signed and stamped).
The opinion that CT only sees bones is incorrect. CT scan perfectly evaluates almost all tissues, organs and systems of the body, but there are peculiarities, therefore, it is better to consult a doctor before performing a CT scan.
Fields of application of computed tomography:
- Screening: for example, for detecting lung cancer at an early, preclinical stage
- Emergency diagnostics: in case of injuries
- Routine diagnostics of various diseases and conditions
- Evaluation of the effectiveness of treatment
- Carrying out therapeutic and diagnostic manipulations under CT control (puncture, biopsy)
Main indications for CT (computed tomography):
- CT of the facial skull, orbits : for recurrent diseases of the ENT organs (sinusitis, frontal sinusitis), inflammatory diseases of the inner ear, with injuries of the facial skeleton, suspected neoplasm;
- CT of the head : for traumatic injuries, traumatic brain injury;
- CT scan of the brain : for suspected stroke, developmental anomalies, inflammatory diseases, neoplasms;
- CT scan of the larynx and neck : in case of suspected neoplasm of soft tissues, thyroid gland, metastases to the lymph nodes;
- CT of the spine : for suspected herniated discs, spinal trauma, tumor and inflammatory lesions;
- CT of the chest : with volumetric formations of the lungs, mediastinum, with inflammatory diseases, chest injuries, congenital anomalies of the development of the bronchopulmonary system, pathology of large vessels, in children – with suspicion of the presence of foreign objects in the trachea, bronchi;
- CT scan of the abdominal cavity and retroperitoneal space : in case of suspected volumetric formations of the abdominal and retroperitoneal organs, in case of abdominal trauma, pancreatitis, pathology of large vessels, in children – when assessing the state of the urinary system;
- CT scan of the pelvic organs : if there is a suspicion of volumetric formations of the pelvic organs;
- CT of bones and joints : for traumatic injuries, inflammatory diseases, suspicion of a tumor process, to determine bone density in the diagnosis of osteoporosis.
One of the prerequisites for a successful study is complete immobility of the patient, therefore CT scan for children is performed against the background of intravenous sedation under the supervision of an anesthesiologist. When examining the chest organs, you will need to hold your breath several times.
CT with contrast
To increase the information content of the study, sometimes contrast enhancement is required, and sometimes a study without contrast is generally meaningless (for example, when examining blood vessels).The contrast is used in the study of soft tissues, parenchymal organs, vessels. Methods for introducing contrast into the body are different: intravenous contrast is most often used, when examining the intestine, the contrast is administered orally (it will need to be drunk), when examining the rectum, the drug is administered in the form of an enema.
With the introduction of intravenous contrast, the patient may feel a sensation of warmth or even heat, a burning sensation at the site of the needle, reddening of the skin, a metallic taste in the mouth may occur. This is a normal reaction and should not cause anxiety.
Absolute contraindications for the administration of contrast are:
- the presence of an allergic reaction to a contrast agent earlier in life,
- an allergic reaction to iodine,
- severe renal failure with a blood creatinine level above normal (men: 70-115 μmol / l; women: 35-100 μmol / l).
There are a number of conditions in which it is necessary to control the blood creatinine level before the administration of an iodine-containing drug:
- Congestive heart failure
- Age (> 70 years)
- Myeloma transplantation a history of organs
- Gout, hypercholesterolemia, hyperkalemia, nephrotic syndrome, HIV
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How is CT of the lungs performed?Home articles How is CT of the lungs performed?
During a CT scan of the lungs, the tomograph makes many scans of the chest within a few seconds, the thickness of one step does not exceed 1 mm. Then the images (snapshots) are processed on a computer and combined into a three-dimensional model-reconstruction of the investigated area. Computed tomography is a modern, improved version of radiography.
CT of the lungs and chest shows pneumonia, tuberculosis, tumors of the mediastinum, damage to soft tissues and blood vessels, injuries of the ribs and thoracic spine.
Due to the fact that a high-resolution volumetric image can be studied in three projections, and the thickness of one slice is only a millimeter, according to the results of the scan, differential diagnosis of neoplasms from 5 mm is possible, which will not show another type of diagnosis.
How is CT of the lungs performed and what should the patient pay attention to? Let’s understand this article.
What is multislice computed tomography (MSCT)?
Today in medical institutions you will find three types of tomographs: conventional, spiral and multispiral. What is the difference between conventional and spiral CT scanners? The key difference is in the mechanics of table movement, scan speed and tomogram quality.
During scanning with a conventional tomograph, the ring of the scanner makes one complete revolution, then the table is shifted one step to take an X-ray of the next “slice”.Scanning one area takes about 30 minutes.
SKT devices are more modern. The frame of the spiral tomograph rotates continuously, and the table moves gradually, due to this, the sensor moves along the spiral path. Thus, the examination time is reduced to 1-5 minutes, CT scans are clearer and more high-quality. An improved method of SCT is MSCT. What is multislice computed tomography?
Diagnostics is carried out on high-speed spiral tomographs of a new generation, equipped with two X-ray tubes. Compared to traditional scanners, the number of sensitive sensors is increased here, and the examination time is reduced to a few seconds – the time of one breath (with CT of the lungs without contrast). Scans of multispiral tomographs are distinguished by the highest resolution.
The smallest tumors, metastases, foci of lung lesions can be detected precisely with the help of multislice computed tomography (MSCT). Multispiral scanning is allowed to be performed on patients in serious health conditions.MSCT can be performed simultaneously with artificial ventilation in the intensive care unit.
In a specialized CT center “Ami” computed tomography is performed on a new generation Siemens Somatom go.now multispiral device with reduced radiation exposure.
CT of lungs with contrast
In some cases, the patient is shown to undergo CT of the lungs with contrast. Contrast is a special iodine-containing preparation that is administered intravenously to the patient before diagnosis. CT of the lungs with contrast allows visualization of blood vessels and differentiation of neoplasms.
The contrast agent passes through the circulatory system, “staining” the vessels and organs from the inside. The iodine molecules included in the contrast allow the drug to more actively absorb X-rays and make soft tissues on tomograms brighter. CT of the chest with contrast is done to assess the condition of the pulmonary vessels, blood circulation, and also to increase the information content of the examination when it is necessary, for example, when diagnosing a neoplasm.
Usually a contrast study is prescribed by a doctor. Sometimes such a need arises after the first scan without contrast, if the patient has signs of suspicious pathological processes that need to be excluded or investigated in more detail. A single re-scan is absolutely safe for the patient. It is also possible to initially distinguish a benign neoplasm from an oncogenic process using CT of the lungs with contrast.
For fast, precise and painless injection of the drug, we use an injector device.An examination with contrast takes about 15-20 minutes.
The drug for contrast enhancement of CT scans does not harm the body and is excreted from the body within 24 hours after CT of the lungs. To assess the state of the organs of the chest and lungs, for example, to clarify the degree of their damage in pneumonia, to detect tuberculosis, bronchitis, etc., a native computed tomography without contrast is sufficient.
How is CT of the lungs?
Before the examination, the patient should remove metal objects and jewelry located at the chest level, as they may impair the quality of the scans.It is better for the patient to wear comfortable clothing that does not hinder movement.
Then the patient lies with his back on the tomograph table, which gradually moves inside the dynamically rotating ring (gantry). A beam tube delivers a stream of ionizing particles, and sensitive sensors record the response of tissues and internal organs. Only the chest area is scanned, so the X-ray dose is small and safe. Gantry – the frame of the tomograph – is wide and open enough so that the patient does not have a feeling of a closed space.Therefore, patients with claustrophobia do not experience panic attacks during CT scan (lung MRI can be difficult for this reason). CT of the lungs is pain-free and pain-free.
During a CT scan of the lungs, the patient should lie still and hold his breath for 5-10 seconds. If this is not done, artifacts may appear on the scans, reducing the quality of the scans. Feedback from the radiologist is maintained throughout the examination.
After CT of lungs
Immediately after the examination in our center, the patient receives a recording of the examination (lung scans) on DVD in high resolution and a commentary by a radiologist.Rehabilitation is not required – immediately after CT of the lungs, you can return to your usual activities. If a CT scan of the lungs with contrast (angiography) was performed, then after the diagnosis, you should drink more pure water than usual so that the iodine-containing drug is quickly excreted from the body.
The doctor will carefully examine the scans of the lungs in three projections. CT scan will show focal changes in the lungs with pneumonia, tuberculosis, as well as neoplasms, damaged vessels and other abnormalities, if any. Then the doctor will write a conclusion and send it to the patient by e-mail.
Lung CT preparation
Study without contrast does not require special preparation – you can do CT of the lungs immediately by appointment for the study.
When preparing for CT of the chest with contrast, use the following algorithm:
- Do a creatinine blood test no more than 10 days before the CT scan. Since the iodine-containing drug will be excreted by the kidneys, it is necessary to check whether their work is not impaired.
- The last meal should be taken 3 hours before the examination.
- If you are taking hypoglycemic drugs, then you should stop taking them for 1-2 days before CT scan. However, this should be done only by prior agreement with the endocrinologist.
Screening low-dose CT of the lungs
This study is specifically aimed at annual preventive health monitoring – the diagnosis of lung cancer. According to the WHO, about 10 million people die from lung cancer every year in the world.people, and this figure is growing rapidly. CT scan significantly reduces mortality from lung cancer, therefore, annual screening is recommended for patients over 40 years of age. The risk group includes patients in whose family there are cases of oncology. In addition, smoking, hazardous work and chronic lung disease can also be a trigger for the development of malignant processes. In 20% of cases, lung cancer is caused by HBV, HCV and HPV infections. Screening low-dose CT of the lungs will show destructive malignant changes in the lungs in the early stages, when cancer is still amenable to successful and relatively easy treatment.
Benefits of CT lung
- Diagnostics is quick and without discomfort. In certain cases, CT acts as an alternative to instrumental-invasive methods of examining the respiratory tract – bronchoscopy or lung endoscopy.
- CT scans are highly informative compared to X-ray or fluorography. CT of the lungs better than MRI shows pneumonia, tuberculosis, mediastinal tumors. With the help of computed tomography, the organs of the respiratory tract, bones and blood vessels can be examined in different planes, and even initially the type of detected neoplasm (from 5 mm) can be determined.
- Diagnosis is not contraindicated in patients with implants in the mediastinum, does not cause panic in case of claustrophobia.
- CT scan of the lungs without contrast does not require special preparation – the examination can be done immediately on the day of treatment. The
- CT is suitable for annual prophylactic lung cancer screening, as well as for monitoring airway recovery after pneumonia, tuberculosis and other diseases.
- You do not have to do X-rays and fluorography – CT of the lungs will show everything that is needed. The examination is recorded in high resolution on DVD, which meets the requirements of the attending physicians and preparation for precision surgery.
Federal authorities in St. Petersburg – Official website of the Administration of St. Petersburg
Plenipotentiary Representative of the President of the Russian Federation in the North-West Federal District
Address: 3rd line V.O., 12, Vasileostrovsky district, St. Petersburg, 199004
http: // szfo.gov.ru/
Reception of citizens: Tuesday, Thursday
9.30 – 12.00
16.30 – 19.00
phone: +7 (812) 328-26-69
Note: Reception of citizens is carried out on a first come, first served basis.
Heraldic Council under the President of the Russian Federation
Address: Suvorovsky Prospect, 62, St. Petersburg, 1
Phone: +7 (812) 274-35-14
Fax: +7 (812) 274-35-14
Fax: +7 (812) 274-21-26
Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation
Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for St.St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region
Address: Suvorovsky pr., 50/52
Duty unit of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs: (812) 573-24-20
“Helpline” of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for reporting offenses committed by employees of the internal affairs bodies of the Russian Federation: (812) 573-21-81
Telephone of the facsimile machine for receiving messages from citizens with speech and hearing disabilities, Service “02” of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia: (812) 573-24-22
Information phone number of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (addresses and telephones of the departments of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia): (812) 573-26-76
Reception of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia: St. Petersburg, st.2nd Soviet, 5
Official website: www.78.mvd.ru
Department of Transport of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for the Northwestern Federal District,
Address: Yaroslavskaya str., 4,
Telephone of the Duty Department: 271-75-22,
Trust Phone: 8 (800) 200-16-02,
Press service telephone: 710-27-10.
North-Western District of Internal Troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia
Address: Millionnaya st., 33, St. Petersburg, 191186
Phone: +7 (812) 312-41-10
Ministry of the Russian Federation for Civil Defense, Emergencies and Elimination of Consequences of Natural Disasters
Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for St. Petersburg
Address: nab.R. Moiki, 85, St. Petersburg, 1
Tel: (812) 718-25-00
Fax: (812) 315-73-30
Directorate for the Admiralteisky District of the Main Directorate of the EMERCOM of Russia for St. Petersburg
Address: Izmailovsky pr-kt, 10, building 1, St. Petersburg, 1
Phone: +7 (812) 251-42-66
Fax: +7 (812) 251-42-66
Directorate for the Vasileostrovsky district of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for St. Petersburg
Address: 16th line, 17, St. Petersburg, 199178
Phone: +7 (812) 321-33-81
Fax: +7 (812) 321-33-82
Directorate for the Vyborgsky District of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for St. Petersburg
Address: B.avenue, 86, St. Petersburg, 194100
Fax: +7 (812) 591-73-12
Administration for the Kalininsky District of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for St. Petersburg
Address: Arsenalnaya nab, 13 / 1v, St. Petersburg, 195009
Directorate for the Kirovsky District of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for St. Petersburg
Address: Stachek pr-kt, 18, St. Petersburg, 198095
Fax: +7 (812) 252-29-75
Administration for the Kolpinsky District of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for St. Petersburg
Address: Kultury st., 8, g.Kolpino, St. Petersburg, 196655
Fax: +7 (812) 461-40-56
Directorate for the Krasnogvardeisky District of the Main Directorate of the EMERCOM of Russia for St. Petersburg
Address: Sredneokhtinsky prospect, 52/11, St. Petersburg, 195027
Fax: +7 (812) 227-26-85
Directorate for the Krasnoselsky District of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for St. Petersburg
Address: Partizana German st., 3, St. Petersburg, 198329
Fax: +7 (812) 736-99-77
Directorate for the Kronstadt District of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for St. Petersburg
Address: Lenin Ave., 47, g.Kronshtadt, St. Petersburg, 197760
Fax: +7 (812) 311-21-08
Administration for the Kurortny District of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergencies of Russia for St. Petersburg
Address: Volodarskogo st., 1, Sestroretsk, St. Petersburg, 197701
Fax: +7 (812) 437-40-28
Directorate for the Moskovsky District of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for St. Petersburg
Address: Moskovsky pr-kt, 129, St. Petersburg, 196084
Fax: +7 (812) 388-79-40
Directorate for the Nevsky District of the Main Directorate of the EMERCOM of Russia for St. Petersburg
Address: Obukhovskoy Oborony pr-kt, 163, St. Petersburg, 192131
Fax: +7 (812) 560-10-63
Directorate for the Pushkinsky District of the Main Directorate of the EMERCOM of Russia for St. Petersburg
Address: October boulevard, 24, g.Pushkin, St. Petersburg, 196600
Fax: +7 (812) 466-62-63
Administration for the Petrogradsky District of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergencies of Russia for St. Petersburg
Address: Lenina st., 8, St. Petersburg, 197101
Fax: +7 (812) 233-51-38
Directorate for the Petrodvortsovy District of the Main Directorate of the EMERCOM of Russia for St. Petersburg
Address: Samsonievskaya, 3, Peterhof, St. Petersburg, 198510
Fax: +7 (812) 450-65-02
Directorate for the Primorsky District of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for St. Petersburg
Address: Lipovaya Alleya, 9, St. Petersburg, 197183
Fax: +7 (812) 430-73-74
Directorate for the Frunzensky District of the Main Directorate of the EMERCOM of Russia for St. Petersburg
Address: Prazhskaya st., 46, St. Petersburg, 192241
Directorate for the Central District of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for St. Petersburg
Address: Nevsky Prospect, 174, St. Petersburg, 1
Fax: +7 (812) 316-91-00
North-West Regional Center of EMERCOM of Russia
Address: Metalistov pr-kt, 119, St. Petersburg, 195197
Phone: +7 (812) 540-51-26
Fax: +7 (812) 540-50-75
nwrc @ land.ru
Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation
Roszdravnadzor Administration for St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region
Address: Griboedova Canal nab, 88/90, St. Petersburg, 1
Phone: +7 (812) 314-67-89
E-mail: [email protected]
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation
Representative Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation in St. Petersburg
Address: Kutuzova nab, 34, St. Petersburg, 191187
Phone: +7 (812) 272-00-76
Fax: +7 (812) 272-60-22
mid @ predspfpb.spb.ru
Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
Leningrad Naval Base
Address: Admiralteyskiy proezd, 1, St. Petersburg, 1
Phone: +7 (812) 312-58-86
Fax: +7 (812) 312-58-86
Western Military District
Address: Dvortsovaya pl., 10, St. Petersburg, 1
Call center of the Western Military District: +7 (812) 494-20-00.Archive of the ZVO headquarters: 8 (812) 494-21-51, 494-21-78, 494-26-97
Office of the Federal Service for Technical and Export Control for the Northwestern Federal District
Address: Isaakievskaya square, 11, St. Petersburg, 1
Phone: +7 (812) 312-55-29, +7 (812) 571-44-14
Fax: +7 (812) 312-55-29
City conscription commission of St. Petersburg
Address: Zagorodny pr., 54, St. Petersburg, 1
Phone: +7 (812) 316-68-50
Military commandant’s office of St. Petersburg
Address: Sadovaya st., 3/5, St. Petersburg, 1
Phone: +7 (812) 571-81-04, +7 (812) 494-23-13
Military Commissariat of St. Petersburg
Address: English prospect, 8/10, St. Petersburg, 1
Phone: +7 (812) 572-51-72
Fax: +7 (812) 572-51-72
Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation
Directorate of the authorized Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation for the North-West Region
Address: Suvorovsky Prospect, 62, St. Petersburg, 193124
Phone: +7 (812) 577-15-89
Fax: +7 (812) 577-15-88
E-mail: Petrov @ mine.spb.ru
North-West Interregional Territorial Administration of the Federal Agency for Technical Regulation and Metrology (SZMTU Rosstandart)
Mailing address: 1, Saint-Petersburg, Moskovsky prospect, 19, litera. U
Tel .: (812) 251-63-49 Fax: (812) 251-63-49
Department of the Federal Service for Supervision of Natural Resources in the North-West Federal District (Department of Rosprirodnadzor for the Northwestern Federal District)
Liteiny pr., house 39, St. Petersburg, 1,
Reception phone: (812) 579-84-93, fax: (812) 579-84-94
Phone TRUST: (812) 719-84-25
Emergency telephone number for emergency messages: 8-921-987-58-99
E-mail: [email protected]; [email protected]
Directorate of the Federal Service for Supervision in the Sphere of Communications, Information Technologies and Mass Communications for the North-Western Federal District (Roskomnadzor)
Address: Galernaya st., 27, St. Petersburg, 1
Phone: +7 (812) 571-95-66
Fax: +7 (812) 325-80-39
Email address: rsockanc78 @ rsoc.ru
Federal Agency for Fisheries
Federal State Budgetary Institution “North-Western Basin Administration for Fisheries and Conservation of Aquatic Biological Resources”
Address: Manezhny lane, 14, St. Petersburg, 1
Phone: +7 (812) 579-63-43
Fax: +7 (812) 272-91-47
Email: szrybvod @ mail.ru
Federal State Budgetary Institution “Management” Lenmeliovodkhoz “
197342, Russia, St. Petersburg, st. Starobelskaya, 4b, 23N
Tel .: (812) 492-56-90
Tel .: (812) 492-57-09
Directorate of the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Supervision in St. Petersburg and Leningrad Region
Address: Shvetsova st., 12, St. Petersburg, 198095
Tel.: (812) 252-23-25. Fax: (812) 300-83-33
North-Western Basin Department of State Supervision in Inland Water Transport of the Federal Service for Supervision in the Sphere of Transport
Address: Morskaya B. st., 37, St. Petersburg, 1
Phone: +7 (812) 494-83-88
Fax: +7 (812) 494-83-88
North-West Directorate of State Aviation Supervision of the Federal Service for Supervision in the Sphere of Transport
Address: Rimsky-Korsakov Ave., 39, St. Petersburg, 1
Phone: +7 (812) 714-12-82
Fax: +7 (812) 714-09-24
North-West Department of State Road Supervision of the Federal Service for Supervision of Transport
Emb.Fontanka river, 105
St. Petersburg, 1
Tel. (812) 315-72-22, Fax (812) 310-36-44
Federal Service for Labor and Employment
State Labor Inspectorate in the city of St. Petersburg
198095, St. Petersburg,
st. Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya, 28-a
Contact phone: (812) 746-59-86
State Labor Inspectorate in the Leningrad Region
192012 St. Petersburg,
Obukhovsky Defense Avenue, d.120, lit. Z, I
Metro station Proletarskaya
Contact phone: (812) 612-70-34
Territorial Administration of the Federal Service for Financial and Budgetary Supervision in St. Petersburg
1Saint-Petersburg, Ryleeva st., 7, letter A
Tel (812) -579-13-01
Fax: ( 812 ) 579-13-02
Email address: [email protected]
St. Petersburg Department of the Federal Treasury
Address: Kotovskogo st., 1/10, St. Petersburg, 197101
Phone: +7 (812) 235-19-72
Fax: +7 (812) 235-10-00
Fax: +7 (812) 230-98-80
kazna @ kazna.spb.ru
Administration of the Federal Tax Service of Russia for the city of St. Petersburg
Address: Fontanka River emb., 76, St. Petersburg, 191180
Phone: +7 (812) 740-40-70, +7 (812) 740-40-73
Fax: +7 (812) 315-22-42
Fax: +7 (812) 315-26-60
Federal Service for Financial Monitoring
Interregional Department of the Federal Service for Financial Monitoring for the Northwestern Federal District
Short name: MRU Rosfinmonitoring for the Northwestern Federal District
Address: 1, g.St. Petersburg, Robespierre embankment, 10 letter A.
Phone: +7 (812) 719-84-05
Fax: +7 (812) 719-82-12
Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Territorial Administration of the Federal Agency for Federal Property Management in the Leningrad Region
Address: Gorokhovaya st., 2/6, letter A, St. Petersburg, 191186
8 (812) 490-77-65,
tu47 @ rosim.ru
Branch of the Russian Federal Property Fund in St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region
Address: Ordinarnaya st., 20 V, St. Petersburg, 197136
Phone: +7 (812) 346-23-38
Fax: +7 (812) 346-23-38
St. Petersburg Center for Scientific and Technical Information (St. Petersburg TsSTI) – branch of the Federal State Budgetary Institution “Russian Energy Agency” of the Ministry of Energy of Russia
Address: g.St. Petersburg, 4th line of Vasilievsky Island, 13, letter “A”
Phone: 8 (812) 406-86-13
Fax: 8 (812) 406-86-13
Electronic mail: [email protected]
Official website: http://rosenergo.spb.ru
Main Directorate of the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation for St. Petersburg
Mailing address: 1
, Saint-Petersburg, Isaakievskaya square, 11
Reception – st.Tchaikovsky, 28; Tel. (812) 571-13-19, fax (812) 571-18-81
Federal Antimonopoly Service
Office of the Federal Antimonopoly Service for St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region
Address: 4-line V.O., 13, lit. A, St. Petersburg, 199004
Phone: +7 (812) 313-04-30
Fax: +7 (812) 313-04-15
http: // spb.fas.gov.ru/
North-West Customs Directorate
Address: Kutuzova nab, 20, St. Petersburg, 191187
Reception: 275-83-00, 273-16-19
E-mail: [email protected]
Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation
Directorate of the FSB of Russia for St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region
Address: Liteiny pr-kt, 4, St. Petersburg, 1
Phone: +7 (812) 438-71-00
Fax: +7 (812) 272-38-96
St. Petersburg Department of the Federal Service for State Registration, Cadastre and Cartography (Rosreestr)
Location address: St. Petersburg, st.Krasnoy Tekstilshchik, house 10-12
Mailing address: BOX 1170, St. Petersburg, 1
Phone for inquiries: 8 (800) 100-34-34
E-mail: [email protected]
Website address: https://rosreestr.ru
Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation
Security Department for the Northwestern Federal District
Address: Shpalernaya st., 45, St. Petersburg, 1
Phone: +7 (812) 335-61-72
Fax: +7 (812) 579-77-80
Federal Service for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring
North-West Interregional Territorial Administration for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring
Address: 23rd line, 2a, St. Petersburg, 199106
Phone: +7 (812) 323-66-19
Fax +7 (812) 328-09-62
admin @ meteo.nw.ru
North-West Territorial Administration of the Federal Agency for Fisheries
, St. Petersburg,
st. Malaya Morskaya, 18/20
Phone and fax: 8 (812) 571-37-77
Email: [email protected]
State Courier Service of the Russian Federation
Department of the State Courier Service of the Russian Federation for the Northwestern Federal District
1, m.St. Petersburg, st. Mayakovsky, 29
Federal Service for Financial Markets
Regional Office of the Federal Service for Financial Markets in the Northwestern Federal District
Address: Fontanka River emb., 15, St. Petersburg, 1
Phone: (812) 325-66-99
Fax: +7 (812) 325-95-87
http: // www.fcsm.spb.ru/
North-West Department of the Federal Service for Environmental, Technological and Nuclear Supervision
Address: 10th line, 51, St. Petersburg, 199040
Phone: (812) 272-96-57, 273-33-94, 321-89-88
Fax: (812) 321- 4988, 275-21-05
E-mail: mailto: [email protected]
Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Welfare (Rospotrebnadzor)
Department of the Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Welfare in the City of St. Petersburg (Rospotrebnadzor)
Address: Stremyannaya street, 19, St. Petersburg, 1
Phone: +7 (812) 764-42-38, +7 (812) 764-55-83
E-mail: uprav @ 78rospotrebnadzor.ru
Federal State Healthcare Institution “Center for Hygiene and Epidemiology in the City of St. Petersburg”
Address: Sadovaya M. st., 1, St. Petersburg, 1
Phone: +7 (812) 570-38-11, +7 (812) 710-50-88
Fax: +7 (812) 710-50-88
Federal State Statistics Service
Territorial body of the Federal State Statistics Service for St.St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region
Address: Professora Popova st., 39, St. Petersburg, 197376
Phone: +7 (812) 230-75-20
Fax: +7 (812) 234-28-89, +7 (812) 234-06-36
Pension fund of the Russian Federation
Department of the Pension Fund in St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region
Address: Engelsa pr-kt, 73, St. Petersburg, 194214
Phone: +7 (812) 292-86-38, Fax +7 (812) 292-81-54
http: // www.pfr.gov.ru
90,000 Our centers – “MedExpert” Legal entity data Medical staff work schedule
Working hours: around the clock
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
around the clock
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with contrast
Wed and Sun
from 14:00 to 17:00
Computed tomography (CT)
from 07:00 to 20:00
Computed tomography (CT) with contrast
Wed and Sun
from 14:00 to 17:00
from 07:00 to 20:00
Ultrasound examinations (ultrasound)
from 08:00 to 20:00
Functional diagnostics (FD)
from 08:00 to 20:00
Sampling blood and smears, taking urine, feces and breast milk in the treatment room
from 07:00 to 14:00
Collection of smears and scrapings by specialist doctors
from 08:00 to 20:00
Doctor’s consultations and manipulations
from 08:00 to 20:00
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During the coronavirus pandemic, calling a doctor at home is possible by MESSAGE on Viber (voice calls are not accepted)
Polyclinic No. 1 – 89307193066
Polyclinic No. 2 – 89200245897
In the message, you must indicate your full name (in full!), Date of birth (in full!), Address (in full, including entrance, floor, presence of an intercom), place of work, contact phone number, list complaints (if there is a temperature, indicate which and how many days) …Calls will not be processed without this data!
Certificates of the absence of infectious diseases, including COVID-19, are issued:
in the service area of the polyclinic №1 – on weekdays from 8-30 to 14-00 in the office №16;
within the service area of polyclinic No. 2 – on weekdays from 12-00 to 13-00.
Temporary procedure for issuing certificates to working citizens suffering from chronic diseases for the period of unfavorable sanitary and epidemiological conditions due to the spread of a new coronavirus infection (COVID-19)
How to issue an electronic certificate of incapacity for work
Dear patients in compliance with the Federal Law of December 29, 2006 No.No. 255-FZ “On compulsory social insurance in case of temporary disability and in connection with motherhood” and in accordance with the Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation of December 16, 2017 No. 1567 “On approval of the Rules for information interaction of the insurer, policyholders, medical organizations and federal state institutions medical and social expertise on the exchange of information in order to form a certificate of incapacity for work in the form of an electronic document “ You can draw up a certificate of incapacity for work in the form of an electronic document
Map of accessibility of objects of the Internet portal “Live together”
Leaflet of the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation “We are against corruption in healthcare”
Contact phone number for reporting the facts of corruption: 8 (831) 435-31-99.Email addresses:.
Time of receiving messages :. Mon – Thursday: 9.00 – 18.00 ;. Friday: 9.00 – 17.00 ;. break: 12.00 – 12.48; weekends – Saturday – Sunday. Ministry of Health of the Nizhny Novgorod Region :. 603082, N. Novgorod, st. Malaya Yamskaya, 78
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In Moscow, at 70 points, you can now check for COVID
In Moscow on October 29, 20 more points were opened where you can undergo express testing for coronavirus.Thus, the total number of such places has grown to 70. This was stated by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Social Development, the head of the operational headquarters for control and monitoring of the situation with coronavirus in Moscow, Anastasia Rakova.
She noted that Muscovites have already done 80 thousand tests. “We open such points in places where people usually go – shopping centers, MFC, we also use transport hubs. The mechanism has already shown its effectiveness. From five to seven thousand people use this service a day, ”Rakova said.
The test is done quickly and free of charge, and the townspeople who get a positive result are immediately given a PCR test on the spot. And in a day they get the final result. Thanks to this mechanism, it was possible to identify over 2.5 thousand cases of coronavirus in the capital. They are already isolated and being treated, thus there is a chance to interrupt the chain of the spread of the coronavirus.
At the moment, you can take the express test in 15 more centers of public services (daily from 08:00 to 20:00), as well as in the lobbies of several metro stations (from 09:00 to 21:00).These are Tverskaya and Pushkinskaya metro stations (near the turnstiles, exits 2–4), Mayakovskaya (near the turnstiles, exit 1), Turgenevskaya (near the ticket offices, exits 3–5), Khoroshevskaya (western lobby, exits 1-4), Tretyakovskaya (in front of the glass doors, exit 2).
A complete list of free express testing points for coronavirus is published on the mos.ru portal. You only need to take your passport and OMS policy number with you. To test a child, you must have his birth certificate.Children are tested only in the presence of their parents.
By the way, a positive test result does not yet indicate the presence of a disease. After that, they will take a PCR test, the result of which will come in an SMS message and will be displayed in the electronic medical record in a day or two. He will need to wait at home. If it turns out to be positive, then a doctor will be sent to the sick person.90,000 In the Sverdlovsk region, a system of teleconsultations is being developed in primary vascular departments
As part of the implementation of the national project “Health” in the north of the Sverdlovsk region, the second teleconsultable primary vascular department (telePSO) will open for the treatment of patients with stroke. Following the Severouralsk, where the first TV PSO in the region was opened this spring, such a branch should appear in Kachkanar. In this regard, by order of the Ministry of Health of the Sverdlovsk Region, the chief neurologist of the region, Andrei Alasheev, conducted training at the Kachkanar Central City Hospital on organizing telePSO and conducting thrombolytic therapy.
“We will build our work in accordance with the best Russian and European practices. The Kachkanar hospital, which is now at the preparatory stage for the opening of the TVPSO, has everything you need for this, ”stressed Andrey Alasheev, who is also one of the co-authors of the European recommendations on stroke telemedicine.
So far, all patients with suspected stroke have to be taken from Kachkanar by ambulance to the intermunicipal center – Nizhniy Tagil, where they undergo computed tomography (CT) and establish a final diagnosis.And if the stroke is not confirmed, the patient is taken back. And all this takes a lot of time.
“Since 2019, we have been purposefully addressing this issue. The main problem was the lack of a CT scanner. But now we have already installed a tomograph, and we can start deploying TVPSO, ”said the chief physician of the Kachkanar Central City Hospital Valeria Martemyanova.
She explained that after the opening of the telePSO, patients with suspected stroke will be hospitalized in the Kachkanar hospital, where they will undergo CT and other necessary examinations within an hour, immediately transferring these data to the Regional Vascular Center of the Regional Clinical Hospital No. 1.After that, RIC specialists will contact their telecom colleagues for consultations and determine further treatment tactics for a particular patient. So, depending on the patient’s condition, a decision will be made to carry out ultra-early treatment – thrombolytic therapy (administration of a drug that dissolves blood clots) on the spot or re-hospitalization of the patient in an intermunicipal or regional center. If he needs X-ray or neurosurgical intervention.
This will allow not only to provide assistance to stroke patients on the spot, which will increase the chances of their full recovery, but also to reduce the number of transports to the inter-municipal center for diagnostics.
Note that the opening of the TVPSO is an innovation not only for our region, but also for Russia as a whole. And the development of a network of such departments, of course, will strengthen the “telemedicine stroke network” deployed in the Sverdlovsk region, which is already the largest in our country and one of the largest in Europe.