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Section 65. Medical Examination
1. A medical examination of a person is a combination of methods of medical examination and medical research aimed at confirming such a state of human health, which entails the onset of legally significant consequences.
2. The types of medical examination are:
1) examination for intoxication (alcoholic, narcotic or other toxic);
2) psychiatric examination;
3) examination for medical contraindications to driving;
4) examination for medical contraindications to gun ownership;
5) other types of medical examinations established by the legislation of the Russian Federation.
3. The financial support for the medical examination is carried out in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation.
4. A medical examination is carried out in medical organizations in the manner prescribed by the authorized federal executive body.
5. A psychiatric examination is carried out in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation on psychiatric care and guarantees of the rights of citizens when it is provided.
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Section 65. Medical Examination
- Medical examination and medical examination
Medical examination and medical
- Article 20. Informed voluntary consent to medical intervention and to refusal of medical intervention
1. A necessary prerequisite for medical intervention is the provision of informed voluntary consent of a citizen or his legal representative for medical intervention on the basis of the complete information provided by the medical officer in an accessible form on the goals, methods of providing medical care, the risk associated with them, possible options for medical intervention
- Article 37. Procedures for the provision of medical care and standards of medical care
1. Medical care is organized and provided in accordance with the procedures for the provision of medical care, mandatory for execution in the territory of the Russian Federation by all medical organizations, as well as on the basis of medical care standards. 2. The procedures for the provision of medical care and the standards of medical care are approved by the authorized federal executive body.
- Section 32. Medical Assistance
1. Medical assistance is provided by medical organizations and is classified by type, condition and form of such assistance. 2. The types of medical care include: 1) primary health care; 2) specialized, including high-tech, medical care; 3) ambulance, including specialized ambulance, medical care; 4) palliative
- Article 57. Medical sterilization
1. Medical sterilization as a special medical intervention in order to deprive a person of the ability to reproduce offspring or as a method of contraception can be carried out only upon a written application of a citizen over the age of thirty-five years or a citizen with at least two children, and if there are medical indications and informed voluntary consent of a citizen -
- Article 38. Medical devices
1. Medical products are any tools, devices, devices, equipment, materials and other products used for medical purposes separately or in combination with each other, as well as together with other accessories necessary for the use of these products for their intended purpose, including special software, and intended by the manufacturer for the prevention, diagnosis,
- Section 58. Medical Examination
1. A medical examination is a study conducted in the established manner, aimed at establishing the state of health of a citizen, in order to determine his ability to carry out labor or other activities, as well as establishing a causal relationship between the impact of any events, factors and the state of health of a citizen. 2. In the Russian Federation are held
- Section 49. Medical Waste
1. Medical waste - all types of waste, including anatomical, pathoanatomical, biochemical, microbiological and physiological, generated in the process of carrying out medical activities and pharmaceutical activities, activities for the production of medicines and medical devices. 2. Medical waste is divided according to their epidemiological
- Section 36. Palliative Care
1. Palliative care is a set of medical interventions aimed at relieving pain and alleviating other severe manifestations of the disease, in order to improve the quality of life of terminally ill citizens. 2. Palliative care may be provided on an outpatient and inpatient basis by medical personnel trained to provide
- Article 79. Obligations of medical organizations
1. A medical organization must: 1) provide emergency medical assistance to citizens; 2) carry out medical activities in accordance with legislative and other regulatory legal acts of the Russian Federation, including the procedures for the provision of medical care and standards of medical care; 3) inform citizens about the possibility of receiving medical care in
- Article 84. Payment for medical services
1. Citizens have the right to receive paid medical services provided at their request in the provision of medical care, and paid non-medical services (household, service, transportation and other services) provided additionally when providing medical care. 2. Paid medical services are provided to patients at the expense of personal funds of citizens, funds of employers and other funds for
- Article 88. State control of the quality and safety of medical activity
1. State control of the quality and safety of medical activity is carried out by state control bodies in accordance with their powers. 2. State control of the quality and safety of medical activities is carried out by: 1) conducting checks of compliance by state authorities of the Russian Federation, local authorities,
- Article 78. Rights of medical organizations
A medical organization has the right: 1) to make proposals to the founder on optimizing the provision of medical care to citizens; 2) participate in the provision of medical assistance to the citizens of the Russian Federation in accordance with the program of state guarantees of free medical assistance to citizens, which includes the basic program of compulsory medical insurance; 3)
- Section 19. Right to Medical Assistance
1. Everyone has the right to medical care. 2. Everyone has the right to guaranteed medical assistance provided without charge in accordance with the state guarantees program for the free provision of medical care to citizens, as well as to receive paid medical services and other services, including in accordance with a voluntary medical insurance contract. 3.
- Article 97. Medical statistics
1. Medical statistics - a branch of statistics that includes statistics on medicine, hygiene, public health, on the use of health resources, and on the activities of medical organizations. 2. Statistical observation in the field of healthcare is carried out by the authorized federal executive body. 3. The procedure for statistical observation in