19 modern cardiovascular ultrasound scanners Philips purchased in the framework of the joint project of the World Bank and the Ministry of Health of Ukraine «Improvement of health care at the service of people» were delivered to Rivne region. After completing all the necessary documents, they will be transferred to the city and district hospitals of the Rivne region.
Last week, three mobile medical ambulances "Complex medical services" that were purchased as a part of the joint project of the World Bank and the Ministry of Health of Ukraine "Improvement of health care at the service of people", visited the residents of small villages in two districts of Poltava region - Chernukhinsky and Grebinkivsky.
The Ministry of Health explains where to turn for help if suspecting a cardiovascular disease, which analyzes and tests for Ukrainians with heart disease and blood circulation systems are paid by the state and which path the patient should undergo from the first detection of the disease until it is fully recovered.
Maxim Sokolov, a cardiologist, told the Gromadsky how to maintain the health of the heart, how the system of assistance to patients with cardiovascular diseases in Ukraine changes, for which state free aid patients with acute myocardial infarction can count on.
Cardiovascular diseases are the main cause of mortality of Ukrainians. At the same time, in most cases, heart disease can be prevented. On the eve of the World Day of Heart, the Ministry of Health is talking about risk factors and prevention of cardiovascular diseases.
In Ukraine, cardiovascular diseases account for 67% of all deaths. On the eve of the World Heart Day, within the framework of the information campaign "Healthy Heart", we will describe the main signs of a stroke in which urgent help is urgently required.
Cardiovascular diseases in Ukraine account for 67% of all deaths. That is, almost every third Ukrainian dies from a heart attack, a stroke or their complications. On the eve of the World Day of the Heart, you should talk about the main signs of a stroke, which urgently needs emergency help.
According to World Health Organization statistics, heart disease takes more than 17 million lives annually around the world. On the eve of the World Heart Day, let's talk about the main signs of myocardial infarction and heart attack, in which urgent help is urgently required.
Doctors, accountants and economists of primary health care providers (PMDs) who have concluded contracts with the National Health Service of Ukraine (NSAID) are trained on special training. They are learning how to work properly after the transition to a new funding system based on the principle "money goes by the patient".
Another tender for the repair and reconstruction of building under the ambulatory of primary health care was opened in Volhyn. Here lasts the project «Improvement of health care at the service of people».
Modern medical practices make it possible to diagnose a heart attack within minutes using special cardiological analyzers. Now, thanks to the World Bank's project «Improving health care at the sirvice of people», this technology is also available in district hospitals in Rivne region.
6 contracts for the repair and reconstruction of building under the general-practice family medicine outpatient clinics were signed in Volhyn as a part of the Sub-project of the World Bank and the Ministry of Health of Ukraine «Improvement of medical care for patients with circulatory system diseases in the Volhyn region».
The Department of Health of the Zaporizhzhia Regional State Administration in May bought computer equipment for 7,75 million of hryvnas. The purchase was made at the expense of a loan from the World Bank.
First Deputy Head of the Regional State Administration Ella Slepyan is on a working trip in the Melitopol district. Here she took part in the grand opening of the clinic of general practice of family medicine in the village Nove.
Recently, at the Poltava Regional Clinical Oncology Center was held a meeting. Director of the Department of Health Viktor Lysak, senior specialists of the Department, heads of regional healthcare institutions, central district hospitals and primary care centers took part in its work.