The Department of Anesthesiology, Reanimation and Intensive Care of the Clinic of the FSBSI ‘IEM’ provides treatment and intensive therapy of the consequences of craniocerebral and spinal trauma, acute cerebrovascular accidents, the consequences of hypoxia and encephalopathy of various origins, symptomatic therapy of severe pain syndrome, treatment of alimentary disorders (low nutrition, cachexia), management of patients in a vegetative state and in a state of low consciousness.
Intensive treatment and early rehabilitation of patients after injuries of the brain and spinal cord of various origins gives an opportunity to predict the possibility of restoring brain functions, shorten the period of stay of the patient in the hospital, and improve the recovery of the central nervous system.
Our specialists can go directly to the patient’s place of stay to make a diagnosis, perform surgery and start some therapeutic measures, recommendations for further intensive care, determine the prognosis of damage to the central nervous system, assess the likelihood of a patient coming out of a coma or vegetative state.
Our specialists will assess the possibility of transporting the patient to the place of treatment and will recommend the safest and most convenient way to evacuate the patient during the conducting an on-site consultation.
Intensive therapy is a complex of therapeutic measures aimed at eliminating or preventing violations of vital functions of the body in severe conditions that have arisen. They include methods that support (mechanical ventilation, inotropic support) or completely replace (efferent therapy, ECMO) the body’s own functional systems. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation also refers to intensive care.