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Department of Functional Diagnostics and Ultrasound

Head
Candidate of Medical Sciences, Head of Department, Ultrasound Physician

The department is a clinical base of the scientific subdivision of the Department of Functional Diagnostics and Ultrasound.

The Department of Functional Diagnostics and Ultrasound is located in the building of diagnostic facilities. In the department, there is the six rooms of ultrasound diagnostics, veloergometry, and electrocardiography. The rooms comply with technological requirements and health-based exposure regulations for the departments of ultrasound and functional diagnostics, which allows to rationally accommodate and use diagnostic equipment as well as to increase the efficacy of the work of medical personnel and convenience for patients.

Main areas of clinical activities of the department.

The department is aimed at providing clinical and scientific aspects of the institute activities. First of all, it is the instrumental methods of diagnostics of cardiovascular diseases at all stages of providing specialized and high-tech medical care for adults and children with cardiovascular diseases. The studies are performed at preclinical step and in the process of performing clinical procedures including intraoperative cardiac studies.

Types of the studies performed by the department

Functional methods of studies:

  • Electrocardiography
  • Veloergometry
  • Spirography

Cardiac ultrasound:

  • Echocardiography (adults and children)
  • Fetal echocardiography
  • Transesophageal ultrasound study of the heart (including intraoperative)
  • Ultrasonic study of blood vessels
  • Stress-echocardiography with the use of pharmacological agents (dobutamin, dopmin)
  • Ultrasonic study of kidneys and adrenal grands
  • Ultrasonic study of pleural sinuses and pericardium
  • Ultrasonic study of the liver
  • Ultrasonic study of pancreas
  • Ultrasonic study of thyroid
  • Transcranial dopplerography of the middle cerebral arteries

Medical personnel:

12 physicians and 4 registered nurses