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A personal medical book is a document of strict accountability, the presence of which officially confirms the ability of its owner to work in a particular professional field.
From year to year, scammers come up with new and original ways to get money from gullible citizens. However, there are always “proven” schemes that will never become obsolete and will always generate income from scratch. Very often, such schemes fall on people who are looking for work or housing. Continue reading
If an organization deals with a licensed and accredited healthcare institution when issuing medical books for its employees, all costs associated with paying for medical examinations of employees, as well as hygienic training and certification with the issuance of personal medical books, can be attributed to the expenses of the organization.
If there is no license and / or accreditation, then such expenses at the first fiscal check will be attributed to profit with all the ensuing consequences (penalties for non-payment of taxes, penalties, etc.). Continue reading
In accordance with Article 55 of the Law No. 52-FZ for violation of sanitary legislation, disciplinary, administrative and criminal liability is established in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation.
Administrative responsibility for violation of sanitary-epidemiological rules is established by Chapter 6 of the Code of the Russian Federation on Administrative Offenses (hereinafter – the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation). Continue reading
What is a personal medical book and why is it needed?
Personal Medical Book (LMK) is an official document of strict reporting, which should be available to everyone who, by the nature of their activity, has to work in the following areas of activity:
production, storage, transportation and sale of food and drinking water;
sale of industrial goods; Continue reading
Liquid cytology allows you to assess the presence of viruses (HPV, herpes and other bacteria) in the smear, the severity of the inflammatory reaction, to assess the presence of clinically significant microorganisms.
The collection of material for liquid cytology is taken from every woman over 21 years of age at least 1 time per year, as well as: Continue reading