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Results of joint neuro school of neuro anesthetists and neuro intensivists.

Results of joint neuro school of neuro anesthetists and neuro intensivists. 07/19/2016

Results of joint neuro school of neuro anesthetists and neuro intensivists.

On July 13, shortly before the Siberian Neurosurgical Congress the Joint Neuro School of neuro anesthetists and neuro intensivists was held at the premises of our Center. It was devoted to urgent help to patients with acute cerebrovascular disease and cerebro-cranial trauma. About 100 anesthetists and intensivists, neurosurgeons and neurologists were among participants of the event.

The following lecturers presented their reports:

Vladimir V.Krylov, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, chief neurosurgeon of the Ministry of Public Health of Russia, head of emergency care unit and neurosurgery division of N.V.Sklifosovsky Research Institute of First Aid, head of neurosurgical and neuro emergency care division of Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry named after A.I.Evdokimov;

Dzhamil A.Rzaev, MD, PhD, Chief neurosurgeon of the Siberian Federal District, Physician-in-chief of the Federal Neurosurgical Center (Novosibirsk);

Elena V.Taneeva, Chief neurologist of Novosibirsk region, Head of Regional Vascular Center #2;

Aleksey V.Schegolev, MD, PhD, Head of anesthesiology and intensive care unit (clinic) of Military Medical Academy named after S.M.Kirov; chief anesthetist-intensivist of the Ministry of Defense;

Vladimir G.Dashyan, Professor of neurosurgical and neuro intensive care division of Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry named after A.I.Evdokimov;

Oleg V.Levchenko, MD, PhD, Vice-rector on development of medical activities of Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry named after A.I.Evdokimov;

Sergey S.Petrikov, MD, PhD, Professor of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Deputy Director of the regional vascular center of N.V.Sklifosovsky Research Institute of First Aid, Professor of neurosurgery and neuro intensive care division of Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry named after A.I.Evdokimov, President of the “Association of neuro anesthetists and neuro intensivists”;

Aleksandr A.Solodov, MD, Head of intensive care unit for neurosurgical patients of N.V.Sklifosovsky Research Institute of First Aid;

Mikhail V.Sinkin, MD, senior researcher, head of clinical neurophysiology of urgent neurosurgery group  of N.V.Sklifosovsky Research Institute of First Aid;

Lesya B.Zavaliy, MD, doctor of neurological division for patients with Acute Cerebrovascular Events of N.V.Sklifosovsky Research Institute of First Aid.

The main theme of discussion was the topics of complex aid to patients with medical emergencies in neurological and neurosurgical practice. The report of the Academician V.V.Krylov was dedicated to the issues of complicated cerebral brain affection surgical treatment; anesthetic management of such surgical procedures was covered in a witty lecture of Professor A.V.Schegolev. The chief neurologist of Novosibirsk region told the audience about rendering of medical aid to these patients. This report evoked significant interest among participants of the event.

In the reports of S.S.Petrikov, A.A.Solodov, M.V.Sinkin and L.B.Zavaliy different aspects of monitoring, intensive therapy and rehabilitation of patients in post-operational period including the newest standards and principles of therapy were discussed. Particular attention was paid to the monitoring of intracranial pressure as one of criterion of satisfactory outcome of medical emergency. In his report Professor V.G.Dashyan reviewed modern approaches of surgical aid to patients with acute cerebro-vascular diseases.


A separate section of the conference was devoted to cerebral-cranial trauma. Reports on urgent help and intensive care of this condition were presented by Professor S.S.Petrikov, A.V.Schegolev. Professor O.V.Levchenko made a report on the surgery of cerebral-cranial trauma.

This Neuro School was the first Novosibirsk event that has demonstrated multidisciplinary approach to the problems of treatment of such complicated categories of patients as patients with neuro traumas and vascular cerebral-cranial catastrophes.


Development of surgical and anesthetic techniques gave a chance for improvement of outcomes in significant part of difficult patients in conditions of correct organization and proper joint activities of doctors of different specialities.


The subjects of Neuro School were interesting and important for all participant of treatment process that is why they evoked great interest among Siberian neurosurgeons, anesthetists and neurologists. There were a lot of questions from the audience to lecturers and active discussion on the sidelines of the conference.


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Presidium members of the Neuro School.

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Participants of Neuro School.


Photos can be found here:

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B1LzmHjvH2qpRjlRVzAtOVktNG8&usp=sharing


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