Extreme sports are extremely dangerous - a young man was admitted to the hospital right from the trampoline park. A hard landing in a seemingly soft ground crushed his vertebra, a fragment of which nearly broke in the spinal cord. But doctors from Moscow Spinal Center acted quickly.
Surgeons in Moscow Spinal Center did a show case operation using the medical robot. Specially for this case Professor Kew Jong of China, President of the Scoliosis Association, came in Moscow. Among different medical centers in the world, he chose the Moscow clinic where new technologies are integrated in surgical practice.
Moscow Spinal Center developed a new method for recovering from spinal surgery, which is unique not only for Russia but also for other countries. This method already got the attention of doctors from Europe and Japan. For several months the athletes returned in big sports, circus performers - to the arena, dancers - on stage.
Guest star in show "Health" - singer Aleksandr Marshal. He introduces neurosurgeon Dmitry Dzukaev, who literally saved Alexander when the singer was diagnosed with a spinal hernia. Dr. Dzukaev is one of the most famous surgeons in Moscow. He is the laureate of the Russia best physicians award "Mission". Dr. Dzukaev directs the Moscow Spinal Center and almost every day does the most complicated operations. His operating room is one of the best equipped.
At City Hospital No. 67 after the extensive equipment upgrades, surgeons can perform operations on the spine of almost any complexity. Thanks to the modernization doctors put patients on their feet in record time.
Moscow, 26 September 2014 - Leading spinal surgeons from Moscow, Kurgan, Germany, and Belgium participated in one of the biggest international web conference that was organized in Vorokhobov City Hospital No.67 in Moscow, supported by DePuy Synthes Spine.
Today in Moscow City Hospital No. 67 we realized how the medicine of the future would look like. In the most advanced neurosurgical operating suite surgeons performed the first operation on the spine.
Moscow medicine confidently looks into the future. Now complex spine surgeries in the City Hospital No. 67 will be performed using a unique robot.
The status of Russian healthcare system was one of the hot topics of the last week. Quoting President Vladimir Putin, burrocreacy, and formality are not acceptable in such delicate matter as modernization of Russian public hospitals. Structural reforms in this field must be continued, especially after demonstration of primary results. Moscow mayor Mr. Sobyanin recently reported to the President that Moscow hospitals today has the all necessary equipment and are approaching European level. Andrey Grigoriev has studied this question - what procedures can now be done in Moscow hospitals
Government Commission on the public healthcare was organized by the Government Decree No. 1018 of October 8, 2012. City Hospital No. 67 was chosen as a venue for the next meeting. The choice is not accidental, City Hospital No. 67 with Andrei Skoda as medical director, is one of the referral clinics of Moscow, with a team of leading specialists that implements in clinical practice the latest developments and techniques in the field of medicine.
The topics discussed by the Government Commission, headed by the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev, are not new: the quality of medical services and ensuring their accessibility for the entire population by improving transport security
Portable CT tomograph BodyTom is the only device in Russia and Europe that can provide real-time imaging during complicated spinal surgery. BodyTom transfers all imaging data to the robotic system. According to this information, the surgical robot determines the precise position of spinal implant(s).
A combination of robotic and computer technology make possible unique spinal operations in Moscow City Hospital No. 67. BodyTom portable CT allows surgeons to scan the patient directly during the most complex operations on the spine. This information is transferred to the robotic system. Surgical robot after processing these data determines the exact position of the implant with an accuracy of 1 mm. Every movement of the surgeon and surgical robot is controlled by the navigation system. Robotic system for spinal surgery Renaissance has no analogs in the world. The combination of these innovative technologies minimizes the risk of complications, almost completely eliminating the human factor, allows to set the implant in the spine (for example, in case of spinal injury) safe for the patient.
Operating rooms in City Hospital No. 67 are unique thanks to new robotic and computer technologies. Portable CT tomograph BodyTom is the only device in Russia and Europe that can provide real-time imaging during complicated spinal surgery. BodyTom transfers all imaging data to the robotic system. According to this information, the surgical robot determines the precise position of spinal implant(s). Every action of the surgeon and the surgical robot is controlled by the navigation system.
Robotic system Renaissance is the only surgical robot of this kind in the world. These innovative technologies minimize the risk of complications and human mistakes and guarantee precise and safe positioning of spinal implant(s) in different situations, including spinal traumas.
Moscow mayor visited City Hospital No. 67, which was recently renovated and received new state-of-art equipment. Sergey Sobyanin checked new operating room, spoke with patients and discussed plans for future.
Kazan Educational Center for high medical technologies hosted a unique training in spinal surgery at November 17-18, 2011 supported by Russian Association of Spinal Surgeons. This training covered new minimally invasive treatments for spinal diseases.