The Stationary Hospital-IT is unique in its versatility. We hospitalize patients in almost any condition – from multiple injuries and myocardial infarction to advanced cancer and severe hepatitis. We accept round-the-clock transfer of patients for planned and urgent surgery, resuscitation, treatment of surgical, therapeutic and other complications.
Hospitalization in a hospital in the following directions:
- Hospitalization of patients in any condition. We provide specialized medical care for everyone; from those who came on their own, to those who were brought in an ambulance resuscitation car on a ventilator;
- Hospitalization for acute conditions – renal colic, exacerbation of gallstone disease, fractures, tremors, multiple injuries, ischemic stroke, myocardial infarction, acute intestinal obstruction, unidentified comatose states, including toxic poisonings;
Hospitalization for planned indications – therapeutic, surgical, oncological, neurological, including with the aim of palliative treatment and rehabilitation;
- Conducting invasive diagnostic procedures: gastroscopy, colonoscopy under medication sleep, ultrasound, functional diagnostics, X-ray, fluoroscopy, magnetic resonance imaging, computed tomography;
Minor surgery in gynecology, urology, general surgery, traumatology;
- Laparoscopic surgery – operations are performed in almost any range – from banal cholecystectomy to complex lymph node dissection and complex reconstructive operations;
- Endoscopic minimally invasive surgery, including the removal of polyps, the placement of stents in the trachea and bronchi, the esophagus and the intestines instead of large “mutilating” operations;
- “Big surgery”, including pancreatoduodenal resection, Wertheim operations, gastrectomy, atypical resections of the liver, partial exenteration, installation of arterial and venous shunts, installation of porto-caval anastomoses, etc.
- Auxiliary methods of treatment – blood transfusion, hemosorption, plasmapheresis, complex anesthesia;
- Rehabilitation after vascular accidents – stroke, heart attack; recovery after serious operations, including in cancer patients; rehabilitation after “severe chemotherapy”.