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September 14, 2021, 20:05

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Today, high-tech care is provided free of charge in more than 40 city hospitals.

In the first six months of 2021, Moscow surgeons performed almost 90 thousand high-tech operations in various fields. This is significantly more than in the same period in previous years.

It was possible to increase the availability of all types of high-tech medical care (HMP) for patients, among other things, thanks to the procurement of new medical equipment, as well as the effective organization of the work of medical institutions during a pandemic. He told about the unique equipment and advanced technologies used by Moscow doctors on his page in the social network “VKontakte” Sergei Sobyanin


Today, innovative methods of treating various diseases, including oncological ones, are available in the city. Their widespread use has become possible not only due to the advanced equipment with which the capital’s medical institutions are equipped, but also due to doctors who are continuously improving their qualifications.

“The result of this approach in the first half of 2021 in Moscow was the execution of almost 90 thousand high-tech operations. In the first half of the year, even in the dock 2019, there were 19 thousand fewer such operations – about 71 thousand. Thus, we continue to increase the volume of state-of-the-art medical interventions and increase their accessibility for residents, ”she said.

Anastasia Rakova, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Social Development.

Most often, high-tech medical care from January to June of this year was provided in the field of cardiovascular surgery (23.8 percent), orthopedics (21.9 percent) and oncology (19.9 percent).

Today, VMP can be obtained free of charge in more than 40 city hospitals for 20 profiles.

For high-tech operations: more than 800 pieces of equipment were purchased for hospitals and clinicsWith the help of the Da Vinci robotic surgeon, Moscow doctors relieved the patient of a rare pathology

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