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The professionalism of doctors, a modern medical and diagnostic base, and an adequate bed capacity allowed the capital to withstand the blow of the pandemic.

Metropolitan medical workers who distinguished themselves in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic received state awards. Handed them over Sergei Sobyanin.

According to the Mayor of Moscow, COVID-19 has become a challenge for the capital’s doctors, the burden on the healthcare system has almost doubled.

“Our doctors are always at the forefront, always at the forefront of the struggle for the life and health of people, but this year, of course, is special even for you, who are accustomed to stress, risks and severe cases,” he said. “You basically had to find the best, perfect treatments to save lives.”

A highly professional medical team, a modern medical and diagnostic base, an adequate bed capacity – all this allowed Moscow to withstand the blow of the pandemic.

“The most difficult situation was in the spring, when we were just setting up the entire system, and the dynamics of the incidence was such that it seemed impossible to stop it. During this period, 26 thousand hospital beds were involved, – said Sergei Sobyanin. – In the fall, we faced a situation when the number of patients became not less, but more. Both the complexity and the severity of the disease have become no less. Nevertheless, the situation has become fundamentally different. During this period of time, we have created new covid hospitals and equipped them with the best equipment. “

In the spring, hospitals based on 66 federal, city and private clinics were quickly deployed in Moscow to treat patients with coronavirus. Reserve capacities and temporary hospitals have been prepared. The Voronovskoye Moscow Clinical Center for Infectious Diseases was built in record time.

On the basis of city polyclinics, 48 ​​CT centers were opened to diagnose the disease around the clock. The work of laboratories has been organized where PCR and ELISA studies are carried out. A telemedicine center has been set up to treat patients with mild illness at home. More than one thousand ambulance brigades are on the line every day – the use of modern information systems, including geolocation, allows them to arrive at emergency calls in 11-12 minutes, despite the increased workload.

More than 69 thousand doctors are directly involved in providing assistance to patients with COVID-19. These are doctors, nurses and nurses, staff and ambulance drivers.

Since March of this year, over 715,000 cases of the new coronavirus infection have been detected in Moscow. Doctors have cured more than 550 thousand people, including over 290 thousand in hospitals.

“There are new algorithms, new technologies for treating COVID-19. All our hospitals and all outpatients are provided with the necessary drugs. And today, with fewer beds, with fewer doctors who work in hospitals, we are coping with a greater workload, which was, say, in the spring. But all the same, the situation is extremely difficult, extremely difficult for many, many Muscovites, and hundreds of thousands have already passed through your hands, you remain today the main support and hope in the struggle for life and health, ”said the Moscow Mayor.

Now the city has deployed about 18 thousand beds to provide care for patients with coronavirus infection. There are 33 CT centers and 50 laboratories. Thanks to the opening of reserve hospitals, the necessary volume of planned and emergency medical care for Muscovites is preserved.

Order of Pirogov and Medal of Luka Krymsky

By the decree of the President of Russia for their great contribution to the fight against coronavirus infection, dedication and high professionalism shown in the performance of medical duties, the Pirogov Order was awarded to:

– Dmitry Aksenov – doctor of the field team of the Scientific and Practical Center (SPC) for emergency medical care;

– Stanislav Badygov – Head of the Department of the Research Institute of Emergency Medicine named after N.V. Sklifosovsky;

– Maksim Bessarab – therapist of the city clinical hospital (GKB) named after F.I. Inozemtseva;

– Andrey Bykov – anesthesiologist-resuscitator of the City Clinical Hospital No. 40;

– Polina Vaganova – head of the surgical department of the Moscow City Clinical Hospital;

– Elena Vasilieva – chief physician of the I.V. Davydovsky;

– Andrey Vorykhanov – Deputy Chief Physician for Anesthesiology and Reanimatology, City Clinical Hospital No. 4;

– Sergey Gumenyuk – Deputy Chief Physician for the Medical Department of the SPC for Emergency Medical Aid;

– Natalia Efremova – chief physician of the City Clinical Hospital No. 31;

– Kira Dalgatova – cardiologist at the N.I. Pirogov;

– Karen Dzhagraev – Deputy Chief Physician for Surgical Care, N.V. Sklifosovsky;

– Alexander Izvekov – chief physician of the E.O. Mukhina;

– Svetlana Krasnova – Chief Physician of the Infectious Clinical Hospital (ICB) No. 2;

– Georgy Kostyuk – Chief Physician of the Psychiatric Clinical Hospital (PKB) No. 1 named after N.А. Alekseeva;

– Natalia Kuzenkova – chief physician of the city polyclinic (GP) No. 68;

– Ruslan Mayer – Head of the Organizational and Methodological Department for Surgery, Research Institute of Health Organization and Medical Management;

– Arnold Markarov – Deputy Chief Physician for Surgical Care of the A.K. Eramishantseva;

– Alexander Mitichkin – chief physician of the F.I. Inozemtseva;

– Irina Nazarova – chief physician of the D.D. Pletneva;

– Ismail Osmanov – Chief Physician of the Children’s City Clinical Hospital (DGKB) named after Z.A. Bashlyaeva;

– Natalya Okolot – Chief Physician of the State Enterprise No. 166;

– Olga Papysheva – chief physician of the S.S. Yudin;

– Sergey Perehodov – chief physician of the V.P. Demikhova;

– Konstantin Pokrovsky – Deputy Chief Physician for the Medical Department of the City Clinical Hospital No. 67 named after L.А. Vorokhobova;

– Svetlana Polevshchikova – Head of the Central Laboratory Department – Doctor of Clinical Laboratory Diagnostics of the Moscow Scientific and Practical Center for Dermatovenereology and Cosmetology;

– Grigory Rodoman – Chief Physician of the City Clinical Hospital No. 24;

– Alexey Svet – chief physician of the N.I. Pirogov;

– Vera Sidorova – Chief Physician of the Diagnostic and Clinical Center (DCC) No. 1;

– Svetlana Smetanina – chief physician of the IKB No. 1;

– Andrey Tyazhelnikov – Chief Physician of the Consultative and Diagnostic Polyclinic No. 121;

– Daria Fomina – Head of the Center for Allergology and Immunology, City Clinical Hospital No. 52;

– Dmitry Chernyshov – head of the department of anesthesiology and resuscitation with intensive care wards of the ICB No. 2;

– Nikolay Chumerin – Head of the Clinical Observation Department of the V.V. Vinogradov;

– Alexey Shabunin – chief physician of the S.P. Botkin;

– Andrey Shkoda – Chief Physician of the City Clinical Hospital No. 67 named after L.А. Vorokhobova.

Alexey Shabunin on behalf of the doctors of the S.P. Botkin and Moscow surgeons thanked Sergei Sobyanin for providing hospitals with modern technology that allows them to work according to world standards and introduce new treatment methods.

“During the pandemic, Moscow surgeons successfully operated on about three thousand patients in the red zone. And these are not just statistical figures and percentages, but hundreds and thousands of human lives actually saved, ”he added.

Luka Krymsky’s medal received:

– Natalya Andreeva – medical technologist of the V.P. Demikhova;

– Lyudmila Baranova – ward nurse (guard) of the Moscow Multidisciplinary Center for Palliative Care;

– Irina Belogorlova – senior nurse of S.S. Yudin;

– Tatyana Vershinina – ward nurse of the otorhinolaryngological department of the M.E. Zhadkevich;

– Oksana Getman – senior nurse of the P.B. Gannushkin;

– Elena Dmitrieva – senior nurse of the clinical observational department of the V.M. Buyanova;

– Tatyana Zavadko – ward nurse of the N.V. Sklifosovsky;

– Irina Ivanova – senior nurse of the admission department of the City Clinical Hospital No. 4;

– Anastasia Ilyasova – senior nurse of the M.P. Konchalovsky;

– Irina Kachanova – ward nurse of the Children’s Infectious-Clinical Hospital No. 6.

State awards “Order of Pirogov” and “Medal of Luka Krymsky” were established by the decree of the President of the Russian Federation No. 404 of June 19, 2020.

The Pirogov Order is awarded to citizens of Russia:

– for dedication in the provision of medical care in emergencies, epidemics, hostilities and in other circumstances that pose a risk to life;

– for merits in the field of practical medical activity and highly effective organization of work in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of especially dangerous diseases;

– for his contribution to strengthening public health, preventing the emergence and development of infectious and non-infectious diseases;

– for special services in the field of medical sciences, development and implementation of innovative methods of prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases, medical rehabilitation;

– for merits related to the development of medicines, their preclinical studies and clinical trials of new drugs;

– for special personal merits in training qualified personnel for Russian medical organizations;

– for merits related to the organization of the provision of emergency medical care, the provision of relevant high-quality services, as well as the implementation of highly qualified inpatient care for patients;

– for special personal merits in the implementation of charitable and other socially useful activities to support hospices, hospitals, hospitals and other medical organizations;

– for great services in the development of volunteerism (volunteering), the preservation and enhancement of the traditions of mercy, for free and selfless help to people, the implementation of socially significant projects and programs, the popularization of a healthy lifestyle.

The badge of the Order of Pirogov is made of silver; it is a four-pointed straight cross covered with red enamel. A round silver medallion with a convex rim, covered with white enamel, is superimposed on the cross, in the field of the medallion there is a bust portrait of Nikolai Pirogov half-turned to the right. On the upper part of the cross there is an olive wreath, inside which there is a hippocratic bowl (bowl entwined with a snake) of golden color. The motto of the order is written on the reverse side of the badge: “Mercy, Duty, Selflessness.”

The Luka Krymsky Medal is awarded to practicing doctors, middle and junior medical personnel, other employees of clinical, treatment-and-prophylactic, sanitary-preventive, sanatorium-resort, engineering and technical, research, pharmaceutical, educational and other medical organizations:

– for services in the field of public health protection;

– for a great contribution to the organization of medical care and strengthening public health, providing the population with high-quality medicines, developing and manufacturing innovative medicines, training personnel for medical organizations;

– for scientific and other activities aimed at the development of the health care system, dedication and high professionalism in treating patients in difficult conditions, saving their lives and maintaining health.

Luka Krymsky’s medal is also made of silver. On the front side there is a bust image of Luka Krymsky, on the back side – the inscription “For loyalty to duty and fortitude”. In the lower part there is an image of two crossed olive branches, a shield with a hippocratic bowl (a bowl entwined with a snake).

In total, in 2020, the Order of Pirogov and the Medal of Luka Krymsky were awarded to 389 metropolitan doctors. These are medical workers of hospitals, clinics, laboratories, ambulance and emergency medical services, specialized medical centers and other medical organizations in Moscow.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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