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The Moscow Mayor examined the transfusion center of the Morozov Children’s Hospital and congratulated the doctors on Pediatrician Day.
On the basis of the Morozov Children’s City Clinical Hospital, a new city center for pediatric transfusiology has been created. On the eve of the Day of the pediatrician, he was visited by Sergei Sobyanin. The Moscow Mayor congratulated the hospital staff, and also examined the pediatric building No. 1, which is still undergoing renovation work.
“There are about five thousand doctors throughout Moscow who work in the children’s health care system. This, of course, is the most important area of medicine in Moscow. I would like to express my gratitude on behalf of all Muscovites for your work, your concern for little Muscovites and the professional level that you show, a decent level of work, ”Sergei Sobyanin said.
According to him, Moscow will continue to seriously and systematically deal with children’s health care, bringing it to the international level.
“Today, here, in Morozovskaya, in the main children’s hospital of our city, a new building is opening, which will house a transfusion center. This is the only specialized center for children’s blood in our country, which makes it possible to increase donor blood – its circulation, preparation, almost doubling all the needs of our city and bringing this service to a new quality level, allowing it to introduce new technologies, engage in scientific research “, – said the Mayor of Moscow.
He added that the creation of such a center is another step towards improving the capital’s healthcare, increasing its safety and quality. “At the same time, a number of unique buildings are being built in Moscow: a unique children’s center is being built on the territory of St. Vladimir’s hospital, unique children’s buildings are being built in Kommunarka, dozens of children’s polyclinics and old hospital buildings are being reconstructed, like here in the Morozov hospital. So I am sure that in the coming years, children’s healthcare in Moscow will reach a new quality level, ”said Sergei Sobyanin.
Donated blood and its components are widely used in the treatment of children in cardiac surgery, neurosurgical and intensive care units, for hematological cancer, bone marrow transplantation and in other cases. Blood transfusion can be prescribed for young patients from the first minutes of life. Therefore, the availability and quality of donated blood for children is one of the key elements of health care. Equally important is the availability of qualified specialists in the field of pediatric transfusiology.
To solve these problems, a specialized department of the Morozov Children’s City Clinical Hospital was created – the city center for pediatric transfusiology. The corresponding instruction was given by Sergei Sobyanin.
Thanks to the center, all pediatric and obstetric hospitals in Moscow will be united into a single information and logistics network, which will provide a centralized selection and distribution of blood components for children, including newborns.
Also, on the basis of the center, a specialized children’s advisory transfusion team will be organized, whose specialists will be ready to go to the city’s obstetric and pediatric hospitals at any time.
The city center for pediatric transfusiology is located in a two-story building with an area of 2.3 thousand square meters, built in 1902. In building No. 9, a major overhaul was carried out. Work began in December 2019 and ended in November this year.
Sergei Sobyanin expressed his special gratitude to the management of Rosseti Moscow Region PJSC – the historic building was repaired at the expense of the company. “We are always careful about the renovation of such hospital buildings, because they are poorly adapted for modern medicine and require completely different ones in order to make them at a high-quality level,” said the Moscow Mayor.
To equip the center, 127 units of modern medical equipment were purchased. The gold standard for the quality of blood components and products will be provided by a unique laboratory complex, with the help of which specialists will be able to conduct more than 20 types of research.
The equipment allows you to harvest blood components in small (children’s) doses, including for newborns (erythrocyte suspension, washed erythrocytes, fresh frozen plasma and platelet concentrate, which are required in volumes of 50 milliliters). In difficult cases, an individual selection of blood is possible, and for newborns – selection based on the test result of the mother’s serum. The blood components will be stored in a modern freezer (up to 3.5 tons of plasma) and cryogenic storage (in a state of deep cooling).
For the prompt registration of donors, a terminal with an electronic queue was installed; two donor halls for 12 donation chairs were organized in the waiting area. In addition, we equipped the wards for long-term procedures, created a barrier-free environment for patients with limited mobility. The center corridors were decorated with landscape photographs. Their author is Svetlana Gorbatykh, an oncologist at the Morozov Hospital, a prize-winner of many Russian and international photo contests.
The volume of procurement of blood and its components will increase from 5.5 thousand to 12 thousand liters per year. This will meet the needs of children’s hospitals and maternity hospitals in the capital.
In addition to collecting blood and medical work, it is planned to conduct training on the basis of the center for up to 500 specialized specialists per year. It organizes basic training in transfusiology for doctors of clinical specialties and clinical residency.
Repair of building No. 1
The Morozov hospital is also renovating a seven-story building No. 1. Its area is 9.5 thousand square meters. The building was built in 1971.
The renovation work will allow renovating nine departments of the hospital: infectious diagnostic, endoscopic, pediatric somatic, neurological, nephrological, endocrinological, gastroenterological, intensive care and functional diagnostics departments.
After the overhaul, building No. 1 will have 169 pediatric and 11 intensive care beds. Young patients will be accommodated in small wards and will be able to receive all types of care in one building – without the need for transportation to other hospital buildings.
A play space will be made in the building. And also for the first time in the capital’s children’s hospital there will be family rooms – rest rooms for parents who are undergoing treatment with children. Comfortable recreation areas will also be organized for medical personnel.
Now specialists are carrying out facade work, laying engineering communications and ventilation systems. The construction readiness of the facility is 25 percent. The renovation is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2022.
The largest children’s hospital
Morozovskaya hospital was founded in 1903, and today it is called the largest multidisciplinary children’s hospital in Moscow. The main buildings are located in Zamoskvorechye, in the 4th Dobryninsky lane.
The buildings are equipped with 1205 beds for children. In addition, there are 51 intensive care beds. For 10 months of 2021, 73,434 children were treated at the Morozov hospital, and this is every fourth small patient in Moscow.
The hospital employs 3,066 employees, including 822 doctors. Among them there are 46 doctors of medical sciences, 108 candidates of medical sciences, one honored doctor of Russia and 11 honorary health workers of Moscow.
In 2018, the Morozov hospital – for the first time in the city health care system – underwent an operation to transplant a donor kidney to a child with chronic kidney disease. In addition, the doctors of the clinic began to perform operations on bone marrow transplantation and hematopoietic (hematopoietic) stem cells. Since 2018, they have performed 163 transplants.
In 2019, for the first time in Russia, they performed endoprosthetics (replacement with implants) of the thoracic aorta in a child after a car injury, elimination of a ruptured aneurysm (protrusion of the artery wall) of the superior mesenteric artery (blood vessel), as well as surgical treatment of fascicular ventricular tachycardia (a rare form of arrhythmia – cardiac disorders). rhythm). In total, in 2020–2021, surgeons performed more than 48 thousand operations, including over 12 thousand endoscopic ones.
There are 13 city centers of specialized medical care for children and adolescents in the Morozov hospital. Among them, the only center in Russia for the treatment of cerebrovascular pathology (childhood stroke) and the reference center for congenital hereditary diseases, genetic abnormalities, orphan and other rare diseases. In 2020, an outpatient oncological care center for children was opened.
The Morozovskaya hospital became a clinical base for 15 departments of three medical universities in Moscow – the Russian National Research Medical University named after N.I. Pirogov, the Russian Medical Academy of Continuing Professional Education and the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia.
From April 2020 to February 2021, the clinic provided assistance to patients with COVID-19 and concomitant, including surgical, pathology. During this time, about one thousand patients were admitted here.
Since November 2021, the hospital has been participating in the third phase of a clinical trial of a COVID-19 vaccine for adolescents, organized by the National Research Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology named after N.F. Gamalei.
In 2017, the Moscow Government, together with the Russian Ministry of Health, completed the construction of a new building for the Morozov hospital. Most of the medical and diagnostic departments were transferred to a building equipped with modern equipment, which made it possible to start a phased repair and modernization of historical buildings.
Children’s healthcare in Moscow
Outpatient care for children is provided by 80 children’s polyclinics and primary care departments at hospitals. For 10 months of 2021, the number of visits was 30 million.
Currently, 4,734 pediatricians work in Moscow, including over 3,700 people in the outpatient clinic network, the rest in hospitals, children’s sanatoriums and ambulances.
Inpatient care for children is provided by 10 specialized city hospitals:
– Morozov Children’s City Clinical Hospital;
– Children’s City Clinical Hospital named after N.F. Filatov;
– Children’s City Clinical Hospital of St. Vladimir;
– Children’s City Clinical Hospital named after Z.A. Bashlyaeva;
– Children’s City Clinical Hospital No. 9 named after G.N. Speransky;
– Children’s Infectious Diseases Clinical Hospital No. 6;
– Scientific and Practical Center for Pediatric Psychoneurology;
– Scientific and Practical Center for Mental Health of Children and Adolescents named after G.E. Sukhareva;
– Research Institute of Emergency Pediatric Surgery and Traumatology;
– Scientific and Practical Center for Specialized Medical Care for Children named after V.F. Voino-Yasenetsky.
As of November 1 of this year, the total bed capacity, taking into account the intensive care units in Moscow, is 7485 beds. For 10 months of 2021, 283,997 children were treated in hospitals in the capital, in 2020 their number was 274,111 people, in 2019 – 384,854 people.
The active development of the material and technical base of children’s health care continues. A new children’s infectious diseases building of the city clinical hospital No. 40 in Kommunarka was recently commissioned.
In the coming years, the Moscow Government plans to complete the construction of such important facilities as a children’s building for 180 beds and a perinatal center for 130 beds in the city clinical hospital No. 40 in Kommunarka, a multidisciplinary children’s complex for the St. Vladimir children’s state clinical hospital with 477 beds, a neonatal building for the city clinical hospital named after V.V. Vinogradov (maternity hospital No. 4) for 76 beds with a consultative and diagnostic center for 150 visits per shift.
The largest of these projects is the construction of a multidisciplinary children’s complex at St. Vladimir’s Hospital. Medical care for children will be provided here in the broadest profile. The new complex will open departments of neurosurgery, maxillofacial, purulent, thoracic, pediatric abdominal surgery, traumatology and orthopedics, uroandrology, nephrology, hemodialysis, pulmonology, otorhinolaryngology, pediatrics, pathology of newborns and premature babies, an infectious diseases department.
In addition, in 2020, major repairs were completed in three buildings of children’s hospitals: the children’s city clinical hospital No. 9 named after G.N. Speransky (Branch No. 2), Children’s Infectious Diseases Clinical Hospital No. 6 and the V.F. Voino-Yasenetsky. In June of this year, a 100-bed children’s infectious diseases building was opened in the city clinical hospital No. 40 in Kommunarka.
In the coming years, the overhaul of several buildings will be completed in the Morozov hospital and the city clinical hospital named after M.P. Konchalovsky.
Reconstruction of children’s clinics
Within the framework of the program for the reconstruction of city polyclinics, it is planned to renovate 62 children’s and five children’s and adult polyclinics. Of these, the reconstruction of 14 children’s and three children’s and adult polyclinics has been completed, two new children’s and adult polyclinics have been built in Nagatinsky Zaton and Shcherbinka. They created comfortable conditions for little patients, parents and staff. Polyclinics have been equipped with modern equipment and ergonomic furniture.
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