Seven mobile medical complexes arrived in Crimea
According to the order of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin, the Republic of Crimea received seven additional mobile medical complexes. The Minister of Health of the Republic of Crimea Konstantin Skorupsky handed over the keys to the mobile feldsher-obstetric stations to the heads of medical organizations in Dzhankoy, Pervomaisky, Belogorsky, Leninsky, Simferopol, Nizhnegorsky and Razdolnensky districts.
Mobile complexes are designed to increase the level of accessibility of medical care to residents of rural settlements. Thanks to mobile FAPs, doctors will be able to travel to remote villages and conduct scheduled consultations, medical examinations and preventive medical examinations there.— the press service quotes the head of the Crimean Ministry of Health.
Inside each medical complex there is a personal computer, a gynecological chair with a set of tools, a couch, a portable electrocardiograph, a pulse oximeter, a portable spirometer, an automatic defibrillator, an oxygen inhaler, a breathing apparatus, analyzers for determining the level of hemoglobin and glucose, a height meter, scales for adults and separately for children up to one year, a tonometer, as well as stowage for the provision of various types of medical care and a number of other equipment.
According to the Minister of Health of the Republic of Crimea Konstantin Skorupsky, at present there are about 40 mobile medical complexes for various purposes (mobile FAPs, fluorographs-mammographs, mobile laboratories, dental offices) in the region.
source: press service of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Crimea
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