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Department of Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology

Department of Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology

Introduction to the Department of Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology


    Pediatrics is a branch of medicine that studies the mechanisms of development, diagnosis, methods of treatment and prevention of childhood diseases. The pathologies of this group are studied and dealt with by a pediatrician. Modern pediatrics is divided into several groups: preventive, scientific, social, environmental, clinical pediatrics. A specialist in the hospital is directly involved in the latter.

    Goals and objectives of pediatrics

    The goal of pediatrics is the prevention and timely therapy of diseases of organs and systems in the population of children. Also, pediatric services are developing measures to prevent viral, bacterial and congenital anomalies. They carry out special examinations in preschool institutions and schools. In pediatrics, special diaries are kept for recording infant deaths at the sites of pediatricians, the number of diseases and many other indicators, which can be studied to analyze the effectiveness and timeliness of pediatric care.

    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    Obstetrics and Gynecology is one of the most important branches of medicine. After all, with the help of this specialist, each of us was born. Obstetricians-gynecologists can work in two directions:

    • Obstetrician - paramedical.

    • To obtain a diploma, it is enough to graduate from college The main responsibilities of a specialist are psychological and physical preparation for childbirth. Also, if necessary, this specialist sees the child, while the doctor performs other procedures necessary for a successful delivery.
    • An obstetrician-gynecologist is already a specialist with a higher medical education, a certified doctor.

      He knows everything not only about the process of childbirth, but about its pathologies and complications. This specialist guides the pregnant woman from the first visit to the doctor until discharge from the hospital. The range of his duties includes constant monitoring of the condition of the expectant mother, timely assistance in the event of toxicosis (especially in the last trimester), labor management, and all necessary actions for the successful completion of the process. This includes surgery and suturing.

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