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Topic 10. Medicine at the present stage (the beginning of the XXI century.)

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1. The concept of health development.

2. Modern technologies in the service of medicine
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Topic 10. Medicine at the present stage (the beginning of the XXI century.)

  1. Topic 8. Clinical medicine of the New Age (XVIII - early XX century)
    (4 hours) Lesson 1. Plan: 1. The study of internal diseases: the formation of a clinical method 2. Social medicine in the New History Lesson 2. Plan: 1. Medical business and medical education in Russia of the XVIII century 2. Development of medicine and medical education in Russia in the nineteenth century. Anatomy became the finally established science, the efforts of researchers were directed
  2. Theme 7. Medicine of the Modern Times: the biomedical direction (XVIII - beginning of the XX century)
    (4 hours) Lesson 1. Plan: 1. Formation of scientific anatomy 2. Development of the theory of general pathology 3. Stages of histology evolution Lesson 2. Plan: 1. Empirical and experimental microbiology 2. Advances in physiology and experimental medicine 3. Domestic medicine of the New Age In anatomy and physiology both centuries have left an indelible mark. One of the most important
  3. Modern views on the reform of military education in Russia at the beginning of the XXI century
    Modern views on the reform of military education in Russia, the beginning of the XXI
  4. At the present stage
    The development of vascular surgery in the 80-90s. characterized by further progress, but at the same time the situation in the country with the surgical treatment of patients with vascular diseases remained difficult: it was forced to note in the Ministry of Health of the USSR (1989). There was a shortage of specialized beds and X-ray equipment, ultrasound diagnostics, instruments, suture
  6. Topic 1. The history of medicine as a science and academic discipline
    (2 hours) Plan: 1. The concept of "history of medicine." Medicine: folk, traditional, scientific. 2. Sources of studying the history of medicine. 3. Periodization and chronology of world history. 1. Even the ancient Greeks argued that "the disciple is not a vessel that needs to be filled, but a torch that needs to be lit." The study of the history of medicine forms the scientific worldview and moral
  7. Theme 9. The main aspects of the development of medicine Modern time (XX century.)
    (2 hours) Plan: 1. Advances in natural science and medicine in the 20th century 2. International cooperation in the field of public health 3. Domestic medicine and public health services in the Latest time a) 1917-1945. b) 1945 - 1991
  8. Dyachenko VG. Quality in modern medicine, 2007
    The monograph is based on the results of research and development work carried out within the framework of the activities of the research laboratory of public health and the organization of health care at the State Educational Institution of Higher Medical School of the Federal State Medical University in 2000-2006 The author analyzes the modern approaches to quality management in modern medicine, the prerequisites for the formation of the TQM system in
  9. Topic: Current Tasks of Microbiology and Immunology
    Current tasks of microbiology and immunology in improving the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of infectious and noncommunicable diseases, environmental health, preservation of health
  10. Theme 4. Medicine of civilizations of the ancient Mediterranean (end of III millennium BC - V century BC)
    (2 hours) Plan: 1. Doctoring and medicine in ancient Greece. 2. Medicine in ancient Rome. 1. Esculapus, an Egyptian who moved to Greece, was recognized as the founder of Greek iedicine; He studied with the centaurus Chiron - a demigod also of foreign origin. From Esculapus originated the priests who were engaged in treatment - asclepies. The device of the priestly class in ancient Greece is quite
  11. Topic 5. Medicine of the Early and Classical Middle Ages: Stages of the Formation of a Scientific Direction (V - XV centuries.)
    (6 hours) Lesson 1 Plan: 1. Medicine in the Byzantine Empire (395–1453) 2. Medicine in the Ancient Russian State (IX – XIV centuries) 1. Medicine in Ancient Russia developed in three main areas: folk (craft) , guardianship of the sick and disabled (almshouses) and temple (monastic) medicine. With the introduction of Christianity at the first monasteries appeared shelters
  12. Some problems of modern medicine
    Under the influence of scientific and technological progress, socio-economic changes and the success of M. there have been significant changes in the health of the population, decreased mortality rates. Infectious and parasitic diseases, which had a massive spread and were previously the main cause of death, in the early 70s accounted for only 1-3% of its structure. In economically developed countries
  13. Topic 3. The Great Powers of the Ancient East: Features of Healing and Medicine (IV millennium BC - V in AD)
    Session 1 Plan: 1. Medicine in ancient Mesopotamia. 2. Healing in ancient Egypt. 2. In Egyptian medicine, we find a mixture of the wildest, superstitious, prehistoric views with sound, rigorously verified observations and conclusions. Every doctor was ordered to follow only those rules that the priests set forth in special writings. All medical discoveries are attributed to gods and
  14. The modern interpretation of critical state medicine
    Anesthesiology is the science of managing the vital functions of the patient's body in connection with an operative intervention or an aggressive diagnostic procedure. The subject of her interest has evolved from “pain relief” to “anesthesia” and “anesthesia”. Today, it is designed not only to protect the patient from an operating trauma and to prevent the development of his pain syndrome, but also to purposefully increase
  15. Topic 6. Medicine of the Late Middle Ages: the statement of experienced knowledge and clinical observation
    (4 hours) Lesson 1 Plan: 1. The Renaissance - the era of the revolution of natural and social sciences 2. Medicine of Western Europe in the late Middle Ages. 1. In the XV century. the Greeks, who had fled from Constantinople, ravaged by the Turks, contributed to the spread of Greek in the West. literature. Soon among the doctors, there is a desire to study the ancients and a number of translators and
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