Main University Health care Implementation of modern diagnosis and treatment methods into the teaching process

Implementation of modern diagnosis and treatment methods into the teaching process

The teaching staff of the clinical departments specializing in Surgery successfully implement new methods of treatment such as the transplantation method of treating diabetis mellitus by grafting corresponding xenogenic cell transplants; the surgical method of treating hyperparathyroidism by transplanting parathyrocytes; we have recently developed and implemented the method of treating continually non-healing ulcers and purulent ulcers using autologous adipose tissue stem cells; have developed a curative and diagnostic algorhythm for hepato-pancreatobiliary pathology and transplantation methods of treating endocrine hypofunction.

The teaching staff of the clinical departments specializing in Therapy successfully design and implement new diagnostic methods for treating therapeutic pathology: the influence of immunogenetic factors on pathology development; the diagnosis of myocardiac perfusion disturbances when performing single-photon emission computer tomography in case of asymptomatic ischemic changes on ECG in patients with the metabolic syndrome; the diagnosis of dystrophic processes in the respiratory muscle in patients with obstructive lung disease; prognosis of high risks of a fatal outcome in children with infection pathology, etc.

The teaching staff of the clinical departments specializing in Pediatrics apply such modern Hi-Tech diagnosis and treatment methods of pediatric patient as substitution surfactant therapy and high-frequency artificial lung ventilation in newborns; substitution renal therapy (peritoneal dialysis; hemodialysis); taking care of prematurely born patients with an extremely low body mass; prognosis of risks of hemorrhagic disease in newborns using calculation methods for determining risk groups of children who need prophylactic measures; prognosis of risks of intrauterine infection and curative strategies for newborns with different levels of perinatal risk; improvement of curative nutrition catering in case of celiac disease in children; the use of antibiotics to correct dysbacteriosis in children with atopic dermatitis and in antihelicobacter therapy programs for children.

The teaching staff of Traumatology and orthopedics department have developed and introduced into practice modern methods of arthroscopic diagnosis and surgical treatment of chondral, osteochondral fractures, meniscus, discoid meniscus traumas, Kenig’s disease, chronic patella instability.

 The teaching staff of the nervous and neurosurgical diseases department carry out research work to expand the use of laser equipment in neurooncology. The teachers are currently developing a treatment technique for patients with primary cerebral infiltrative and metastatic brain tumours based on laser photodynamic therapy using the Belarusian 2nd generation photolon photosensibilizer.