on the eve of the medical worker’s Day experienced doctors from different medical institutions told “Газете.Ru” about the difficulties of his responsible and difficult profession, experience in pandemic “kovida” and remembered why I decided to treat people.

Head of surgical Department INSTITUTION Moscow Consultative-diagnostic center (KDC) No. 6 Sergei Bokhovko

“I decided to become a doctor to 14-15. Why is a complicated, shall we say, was a lot of factors. It’s my own desire, and a certain prestige of the profession, and the parents affected. Again, my environment, school. There was also an example of the older brother — he, too, became a doctor,” he says.

Now Bokhovko heads surgical Department of the 6th CDC. According to him, primarily his working day consists of planned patients have a surgeon or in need of surgical care. “Then — operating hours, and administrative activities — including visits to branches to check and control activities of employees. But the main thing — scheduled patients during office hours,” added the doctor.

coronavirus Pandemic has seriously affected the work of doctors.

“When opened outpatient KTTS, some employees have gone to work there. Worked with covenyi patients with suspected “kovid” — those who performed a CT in the center,” says Bokhovko.

Recall, 48 outpatient centers computer tomography (CT-centers) have been deployed in Moscow in April, at the suggestion of the Clinical Committee in Moscow. In CT centers on the basis of city outpatient clinics examine patients with SARS, community-acquired pneumonia and suspected coronavirus. In addition, these CT centers performed for these patients additional examinations — take blood for CBC, doing EKG, taking smears on “kovid”. This approach allows not only the diagnosis of “pneumonia”, but also to determine the nature of pneumonia.

According to the head of surgery, many of his employees worked at home calls — went to patients, and some engaged in remote monitoring observed with COVID-19 patients receiving treatment at home.

“People worked 12 hours, including night shifts,” shared Bokhovko.

“There’s a lot of information, a lot of new technologies in medicine. Integration of medicine and information technologies is difficult, but in my opinion, I wonder you must know and use in practice. I would advise to do more practical activities during the learning — to make it easier to enter work when they leave University,” he added.

Bokhovko also said that a good doctor is important to be able to communicate with people — and this, too, needs to learn. “You can be a competent expert, but the inability to establish with the patient a personal contact, to communicate to him the necessary information can reduce all efforts to zero,” — said the doctor.

an employee of the laboratory of the clinical hospital named. S. I. Spasokukotskogo Irina Stelle

Working in the medical field entails a huge responsibility fellow of the laboratory of the clinical hospital named. S. I. Spasokukotskogo Irina Stella is, in principle, “the most important profession — because at stake are the lives of people.”

Stella medical laboratory technician, she does blood tests in the clinic hemostasis. “My working day consists of my beloved job (laughs)! I study the coagulation systems. This is a very interesting activity,” she said “Газете.Ru”.

According to Stella, it in medicine for 25 years. To help people she decided in childhood. Influenced her choice of profession doctor Irina “accidentally got an appointment and really wanted to be like him”.

From pandemic coronavirus in the laboratory became much more, she said.

the Son of Irene also went to study in medical school. “I told him — think, think well before you tie your life to this profession. From your hands on the health of people, and sometimes their lives,” said Stella. She added that young students should remember about the great responsibility in medicine.

3аведующий the Department of traumatology of the clinical hospital named. Vinogradov, Professor, Department of traumatology RUDN Alexander Ivashkin

“There are many things that a person needs to understand and to live, move and experience, and mistakes — only then will he be able to become a good doctor,” — said in a conversation with “Газетой.Ru” head of Department of traumatology of the clinical hospital named. Vinogradov, Professor, Department of traumatology RUDN Alexander Ivashkin.

Ivashkin also started a medical career for a long time — a specialized field of study he began in 1987, graduated from military health Academy St. Petersburg in 1993. “We have a family dynasty — his father, a military doctor, so the problem of choice is not much stood. In eighth grade became aware of a desire to associate his life with medicine. In the Soviet Union was made to help people try a good education was all of this together, probably affected,” added the medic.

According to the Professor, from administrative work is not going anywhere is something any leader, including the chief of Department. Then he goes to do the operation and consult. Pandemic COVID-19 was strongly influenced by it on schedule.

“Many hospitals have been redeveloped to assist in the fight against coronavirusm, and it so happened that on our shoulders rests a rather large flow of patients,” — says the chief of Department.

he added that the choice of medical profession need to understand that the success will come not at once.

“you Need a lot of work on myself and hope that you will learn at least the basics of the specialty, even with modern technology, it is not necessary — this will not work”, — he warned young professionals and students.

“it is Necessary to understand the Professor believes that medicine is a team effort.”