Early hearing screening as part of prevention of speech impairment (part 2)
This is the so-called Principle 1-3-6, according to which: Auditory screening is carried out for all children, optimally until they are discharged from the hospital, maximum - until they reach…

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Learn about the possibilities of modern cancer treatment in Germany (part 1)
Oncology has made a huge leap in its development over the past decades, and now cancer is no longer considered an incurable disease - if the disease is detected in…

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Leading clinics in South Korea. Cost of treatment and patient reviews (part 2)
Features of Korean medicine that you need to know about The country has created one of the best healthcare systems in the world. An eighteen-member commission, which works at the…

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5 rules for refunding treatment in Russia. Is it possible to compensate money for treatment abroad? (part 2)

Reimbursement of medicines is possible provided that:

own funds were used to pay for medications for own treatment or for the treatment of close relatives prescribed by a doctor, while the medicines purchased are listed in the Resolution.
Refunds for voluntary health insurance are possible provided that: Continue reading

Optometrist or ophthalmologist, who are they … (part 2)

Ophthalmology in Russia

The first information about “full-time masters” – eye doctors belong to the 17th century. In 1805, the first hospital in Russia was opened in Moscow for the treatment of those with eye problems and even those who lost their sight, organized and headed by F. A. Guildenbrandt. In 1818, the first department of eye diseases at the Medical and Surgical Academy was opened in St. Petersburg, in 1824 – an eye clinic; in 1826 an eye hospital was founded in Moscow (both hospitals still exist). Continue reading

Optometrist or ophthalmologist, who are they ... (part 2)
Ophthalmology in Russia The first information about "full-time masters" - eye doctors belong to the 17th century. In 1805, the first hospital in Russia was opened in Moscow for the…

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Personal medical book (part 2)
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…

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Fake personal medical book (part 2)
Medical Book Protection For the manufacture of medical books, forms are used, which are official documents. After issuing to a person, a medical book is registered in the unified electronic…

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Treatment in Sweden - a modern approach (part 3)
What diseases are successfully treated in Sweden Sweden is a fairly developed country, and its medicine does not stop improving. Swedish medicine has achieved particular success in the following areas:…

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