Infectious diseases - treatment in Russia (25 hospitals, prices 2023, photos and addresses of clinics, etc.)

Infectious diseases - treatment in Russia

Infectious diseases include an extensive group of diseases caused by specific pathogenic (pathogenic) pathogens and transmitted from an infected individual to a healthy one. The peculiarities of infectious diseases are their contagiousness (contagiousness), the ability to mass epidemic spread, the cyclical course and the formation of post-infectious immunity. However, these features are expressed to varying degrees in different infectious diseases.

Infectious diseases develop as a result of a complex biological process of interaction of a pathogenic microorganism with a susceptible macroorganism under certain conditions. There are several periods in the development of infectious diseases: incubation (latent), prodromal (the period of precursors), the period of development of clinical manifestations, the period of the outcome of the disease. The outcome of the infectious process can develop in several ways: convalescence (recovery), lethality, bacterial carrier, transition to a chronic form.

Infectious diseases account for 20 to 40% of the total structure of human diseases. Many medical and microbiological disciplines are engaged in the study, treatment and prevention of infections: actually infectious diseases, epidemiology, venereology, urology, gynecology, therapy, phthisiology, otolaryngology, immunology, virology, etc.

The number of infectious diseases known to science is constantly increasing and currently has more than 1,200 units. During his life, a person comes into contact with a huge number of microorganisms, but only 1/30000 of this community is capable of causing infectious processes. Viruses, rickettsias, bacteria, fungi have pathogenicity properties.

Depending on the location of the predominant localization of the process and a certain mechanism of transmission, infectious diseases are divided into intestinal (dysentery, cholera, salmonellosis, escherichiosis, paratyphs A and B, typhoid fever, food poisoning); respiratory tract infections (ARVI, influenza, chickenpox, measles, mycoplasma respiratory infection); external integuments (erysipelas, anthrax, scabies); blood infections (HIV infection, malaria, yellow fever, recurrent and typhus); infections with multiple transmission routes (enterovirus infections, infectious mononucleosis).

By the nature of the pathogen, infectious diseases are distinguished: viral (viral hepatitis A, B, D, E and C, influenza, rubella, measles, cytomegalovirus and herpes infections, HIV infection, meningococcal infection, hemorrhagic fevers); bacterial (staphylococcal and streptococcal infection, cholera, salmonellosis, plague, dysentery); protozoal (malaria, trichomoniasis, amoebiasis); mycoses or fungal infections (aspergillosis, candidiasis, epidermophytia, cryptococcosis).

Infectious diseases are divided into anthroponotic and zoonotic. Anthroponoses include infections peculiar exclusively to humans and transmitted from person to person (smallpox, diphtheria, typhoid fever, measles, dysentery, cholera, etc.). Zoonoses are animal diseases that can also infect humans (foot-and-mouth disease, anthrax, rabies, tularemia, plague, listeriosis, leptospirosis, brucellosis).

Diseases caused by pathogens of animal origin – parasites (ticks, insects, protozoa) are called invasive or parasitic.

Among infectious diseases, there is a group of particularly dangerous (quarantine) infections with a high degree of contagion, a tendency to rapid spread, a severe epidemic course and a high risk of death in the shortest possible time from the moment of infection. Plague, smallpox (considered eradicated in the world since 1980), cholera, yellow fever (and similar epidemiology of Marburg fever and Ebola) are classified as particularly dangerous infections by the World Health Organization. Tularemia and anthrax are also classified as particularly dangerous infections in our country.

Treatment of patients with infectious diseases is carried out in specialized hospitals or departments, in mild cases – at home. A prerequisite for the successful treatment of infections is compliance with a strict anti-epidemic regime. The prevention of most infectious diseases is the observance of sanitary and hygienic rules and specific immunization.

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25 Hospitals

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Euromed Clinic
Euromed Clinic. We follow European healthcare standards English-speaking doctors with a medical practice background in Europe and the USA Euromed is a Western-type clinic. We work with most diplomatic missions of European countries in St. Petersburg, branches and representative offices of Western companies, largest hotels, tour operators, and shipping agencies.

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Siberian District Medical Centre of FMBA of Russia
The Federal State Budgetary Healthcare Institution "Siberian Regional Medical Center of the Federal Medical and Biological Agency" was established in 1926. At present, it is one of the most technologically advanced centers, using the up-to-date medical solutions and information technologies in the real-case scenarios.
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SM-Clinic VDNKh
SM-Clinic is a multidisciplinary medical holding begins its history from 2002. At the present moment SM-Clinic is a chain with 24 clinics in Moscow and Moscow region, Saint Petersburg and Ryazan. SM-Clinic on Yaroslavskaya street is one of the biggest medical centers of the holding. The clinic currently employs 145 doctors, including 33 candidates of medical science, 4 doctors of medicine, 2 prof
SM-Clinic (Raskovoy)
SM Clinic Reproductive Health Center is a specialized at correction and restoration of male and female fertility. The clinic offers a comprehensive array of infertility evaluation and treatment, including the use of assisted reproductive technologies (IVF).
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SM-Clinic (Senezhskaya)
SM-Clinic on Senezhskaya street is one of the biggest clinics for adults. More than 150 doctors in 40 medical specialties are working here. The clinic provides patients with conservative and operative treatment.
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Neurological treatment and diagnostic clinic “Health”
A specialized center where doctors of various profiles are gathered, who treat neurological and concomitant diseases of adults and children and restore the body after injuries and operations.

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