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Guarantee citizens‘ rights while using medical devices
The article shows that in recent years the requirements in the sphere of medical products circulation not only increased in volume but also become more stringent. So it requires that medical organizations has to do targeting actions to improve the work to ensure the rights of citizens to use medical devices. It is proved that the rights of citizens in the use of medical devices has certain specifics. The proposed measures aimed at improving the provision of these rights of citizens and safety monitoring of medical devices.
Family-oriented approach to child health care
In this review article you can consider the parent involvement in children medical care, because in paediatric practise precisely parents can influence good relationship with parents and whole healthcare system, what is more they can influence the compliance on attitude between patient (parents or legal representatives) and health provider. The last decade researches indicate the necessity of parent involvement in all stages of medical assistance to children, moreover the last surveys showed that family-centred approaches are highly-efficient. The competence of paediatricians in working with parents and the concept of family-oriented approach in foreign literature are being considered in this topic. Moreover, the advantages of using family-centred approach and barriers, including staff shortages, interrupting the process of using this model, are being under special control in this topic. There are many variants of changing and ways of implementation offering in this article. In conclusion, there is a statement that implementation family-centered medical care to children in whole medical care system requires comprehensive changes in all stages of medical care quality ensuring, including medical care organizers professional outlook, adjusting the regulatory framework and standards of training specialists.
Clinical and economic decisions for the oncology patients with choices of the treatment of the cachexia – anorexia syndrome at the patients with malignant tumors for acceptance of administrative decisions
Present day the crucial object of cancer palliative care is improving patients quality of end-of-life and to optimize patient outcomes when they face intolerable suffering. The lack of success of unimodal treatment in cachexiaanorexia is one of the key questions that clinicians responcible and deal with a difficalty. Outcome based on our clinicoeconomic research and comparision analysis of two treatment technologies for cancer cachexia patients illustrates how and in which sequence we should make use of medical technologies and choose the most effective for the patient and save the cost of budget.
Postanalytical Phase: Management of Quality of Clinical Laboratory Tests
This article presents the experience of the clinical and diagnostic laboratory of the Federal State Publicly-Financed Institution «Federal Center for Traumatology, Orthopedics and Endoprosthesis Replacement» Under the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Cheboksary) on improvement of the quality on postanalytical phase on the basis of identification and analysis of the most important criteria of the postanalytical phase quality under the conditions of hospital of the traumatology and orthopedics profile. Through the introduction and continuous improvement in the framework of ISO 9001 of the system of management of laboratory service quality, the criteria, which significantly increase (affect) quality of provided services, were identified. Improvement of the most important quality indicators, such as total time of analysis, selection of interpretation criteria and critical values of test results, procedure of information processing with the formation of laboratory test form helped to optimize and use efficiently material and human resources for healthcare.
Formation records on childhood disability in the Russian Federation for 1980–2016 years
A retrospective analysis of primary medical records, recording children’s disability. Studied the chronological sequence of changes in accounting forms and prerequisites for these changes, and also features documentation for registration of children with disabilities.
Modern methods of vital signs monitoring in the era of telemedicine
Annotation. Over the past decade remote monitoring technologies have come into routine clinical practice to increase availability and quality of healthcare. Remote monitoring is transforming healthcare to an individual-centered healthcare model, that ensure early detection and prevention of chronic diseases and their complications. In this paper we will review modern aspects of telemedicine in patients with chronic diseases.
Features of the application of professional standards in the state (municipal) institutions health
The government of the Russian Federation established a particular application of professional standards in terms of requirements, obligatory for the state (municipal) institutions. However, it does not mean that professional standards are required for the application at these institutions. The professional standards are implemented in stages, and the institution defines these stages itself.
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