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Article 40. Medical rehabilitation and spa treatment
1. Medical rehabilitation - a set of medical and psychological measures aimed at the full or partial restoration of impaired and (or) compensation for the lost functions of the affected organ or system of the body, maintaining the body's functions in the process of completing an acute pathological process or exacerbating a chronic pathological process in the body, as well as warning, early diagnosis and correction of possible violations of the functions of damaged organs or body systems, before prevention and reduction of the degree of possible disability, improving the quality of life, maintaining the patient’s working capacity and its social integration in society.
2. Medical rehabilitation is carried out in medical organizations and includes the integrated use of natural healing factors, drug, non-drug therapy and other methods.
3. Sanatorium-resort treatment includes medical assistance provided by medical organizations (sanatorium-resort organizations) for preventive, curative and rehabilitative purposes based on the use of natural healing resources in the conditions of stay in health-improving areas and resorts.
Sanatorium-resort treatment is aimed at:
1) activation of protective and adaptive reactions of the body in order to prevent diseases, improve health;
2) restoration and (or) compensation of body functions impaired due to injuries, operations and chronic diseases, reducing the number of exacerbations, lengthening the period of remission, slowing the development of diseases and preventing disability as one of the stages of medical rehabilitation.
5. The procedure for organizing medical rehabilitation and spa treatment, a list of medical indications and contraindications for medical rehabilitation and spa treatment are approved by the authorized federal executive body.
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Article 40. Medical rehabilitation and spa treatment
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- Medical rehabilitation
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- Article 20. Informed voluntary consent to medical intervention and to refusal of medical intervention
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- Article 38. Medical devices
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- Section 32. Medical Assistance
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- Article 64. Examination of the quality of medical care
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- Section 19. Right to Medical Assistance
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- Section 65. Medical Examination
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