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Emergency care

We provide effective emergency care around the clock 7 days a week (24/7).
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When emergency care is required

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The issue of emergency care arises in cases of severe, critical conditions that are accompanied by or related to: pain, respiratory and/or cardiac disorders, loss of consciousness, allergic reactions, injuries, bleeding, fever, poisoning.

Emergency medical care is provided at different stages (pre-medical, pre-hospital), and inpatient care is qualified, specialized and highly specialized.

Emergency care is usually performed using specialized tools and technologies, such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation, intensive care under the control of monitors of cardiac electrical activity, blood oxygen saturation and other instrumental and laboratory indicators, if necessary. This allows the doctor to accurately determine the nature of the disorder and provide appropriate emergency medical care. Special equipment allows medical interventions to be performed with minimal damage to surrounding tissues.

Timely and properly provided emergency medical care allows patients to return to normal life and maintain or restore its quality.

At the Valikhnovski Surgery Institute, we specialize in addressing a variety of issues, including: Get acquainted
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  • acute heart failure
  • hypertensive crisis
  • heart rhythm and conduction disorders
  • unstable angina pectoris
  • acute coronary syndrome
  • myocardial infarction
  • rupture of aortic aneurysm
  • endocarditis
  • myocarditis
  • pericarditis
  • collapse 
  • shock
  • thromboembolism of the pulmonary artery
  • pulmonary edema
  • circulatory and respiratory failure 
  • acute respiratory failure
  • respiratory distress (asphyxia)
  • asthmatic status
  • drowning 
  • cerebral circulatory disorders
  • ischemic stroke
  • haemorrhagic stroke
  • cerebral edema
  • traumatic brain injury
  • concussion of the brain
  • brain contusion
  • epileptic status
  • meningitis
  • acute psychosis
  • fainting 
  • coma
  • acute poisoning
  • alcohol poisoning
  • poisoning with stimulants
  • cannabinoid poisoning
  • poisoning with hallucinogens
  • poisoning with sedatives
  • poisoning with opiates and opioids
  • poisoning with organophosphorus substances
  • carbon monoxide poisoning (carbon monoxide)
  • chlorine poisoning
  • cyanide poisoning
  • poisoning with aromatic hydrocarbons
  • poisoning with analgesics
  • strangulated hernia
  • bleeding from dilated esophageal veins
  • stomach bleeding
  • intestinal bleeding
  • perforation of gastric ulcer and 12 duodenal ulcer
  • acute cholecystitis
  • acute pancreatitis
  • pancreatic necrosis
  • appendicitis
  • intestinal obstruction
  • urolithiasis
  • acute urinary retention
  • acute renal failure
  • paraphimosis
  • uterine bleeding
  • pathological pregnancy
  • complicated labour
  • premature discharge of amniotic fluid
  • premature birth
  • uterine rupture
  • pathological conditions of the fetus
  • complications after childbirth
  • uterine dysplasia
  • postpartum bleeding
  • postpartum pulmonary embolism
  • ovarian cyst rupture
  • ectopic pregnancy
  • vaginal bleeding
  • diabetic coma
  • hypoglycaemic coma
  • hyperglycaemic coma
  • hyperosmolar coma
  • thyrotoxic crisis
  • hyperketonemic (ketoacidotic) coma
  • acute adrenal insufficiency
  • electrical trauma
  • acute radiation damage
  • burn
  • heat stroke 
  • fever
  • hypothermia
  • frostbite
  • convulsions
  • epileptic status
  • bleeding
  • acute allergic reactions
  • swelling of the larynx
  • Quincke’s edema
  • childbirth
  • acute attack of glaucoma
  • traumatic eye injuries
  • othematoma
  • foreign bodies in the ear canal
  • trauma to the eardrum
  • foreign bodies of the nose
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If needed, our doctors provide consultations not only in Ukraine but also worldwide, both at our clinic in Kyiv and online through prior appointments. Comprehensive diagnostics, treatment, and prevention are offered.

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    Years of experience

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    Patients

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    A modern clinic in the center

  • 13216

    Successful operations

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    Unique surgical techniques

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    Branch of surgery

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    Units of the latest equipment

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    Charitable surgical assistance

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Consultation and examination concerning emergency condition

You should promptly consult regarding emergency condition if you experience the following symptoms:

  • increasing severe pain in any part of the body
  • increasing discomfort or pain in the chest, in particular, behind the sternum or radiating to the arm, neck, under the shoulder blade, abdomen (tingling, compressive, pulsating, with a feeling of heaviness,)
  • sharp sensation of “flies”, “stars” before the eyes
  • increasing swelling on the lower extremities
  • increasing shortness of breath
  • increasing blue of the lips, nose, fingertips
  • increasing shortness of breath
  • intense coughing
  • discharge of foamy sputum
  • abnormally noisy breathing (increasing whistling, buzzing, repetition,)
  • increasing headache, throbbing sensations in the temples or on the back of the head
  • increasing dizziness
  • disturbance of consciousness
  • severe impairment of speech, thinking, memory, vision
  • sudden movement disorder
  • sharp sensory disturbance
  • rapid and extremely significant mood changes (excitement or depression)
  • hallucinations, delusions
  • prolonged fainting
  • a sharp increase or decrease in urination
  • sharp increase in swelling, especially on the face and all over the body
  • sharp increasing general weakness
  • frequent and profuse burping 
  • intense diarrhoea
  • appearance and increase of acetone smell from the mouth and body
  • sharp decrease in body weight
  • sharp dryness of the skin
  • cardiac arrest or irregularities after an electric shock
  • severe burns (deep, extensive, with tissue necrosis,)
  • body temperature over 39 degrees without effect from antipyretic drugs
  • severe frostbite (with loss of sensitivity and motor activity, tissue necrosis,)
  • seizures
  • convulsions with loss of consciousness
  • heavy bleeding 
  • respiratory distress due to laryngeal edema
  • particularly painful contractions in a pregnant woman
  • labour pains in a pregnant woman
  • sudden or increasing deterioration of the condition against the background of a chronic disease
  • injuries with serious dysfunction
  • bone fracture
  • damage to the ligament
  • damage to the tendon
  • muscle damage
  • meniscus injury
  • joint injury
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An emergency consultation includes:

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interview (the doctor asks about complaints, learns about medical history and life)

external clinical assessment (the patient will be thoroughly examined, palpated, all altered areas and the condition of each organ system will be examined)

laboratory examination (both general clinical tests and special tests)

instrumental examination (to determine both the general condition of the body and those areas where changes have developed)

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    Main methods of emergency conditions treatment

    The specialists of the Valikhnovski Institute of Surgery in Kyiv perform such diverse procedures as: Get acquainted
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    • X-ray computed tomography
    • magnetic resonance imaging
    • angiography
    • pulse oximetry
    • capnometry
    • ultrasound examination
    • Doppler echocardiography
    • electrocardiography
    • electroencephalography
    • Holter monitoring
    • daily blood pressure monitoring
    • cardiopulmonary resuscitation
    • intensive care
    • anaesthesia, analgesia (pain relief)
    • antianginal therapy
    • use of antiplatelet agents
    • antianginal therapy
    • restoration of airway patency
    • lower jaw extraction
    • raising the lower jaw
    • installation of an oral airway
    • installation of supraglottic devices (laryngeal mask, laryngeal tube, etc.)
    • conicotomy
    • tracheal intubation
    • artificial respiration (artificial lung ventilation with the help of devices, Ambu bag)
    • artificial lung ventilation (in particular, under constant positive pressure or two-phase positive pressure ventilation)
    • oxygen therapy
    • indirect heart massage
    • cardiac defibrillation
    • electrical cardioversion
    • external percutaneous pacing
    • bleeding control
    • stopping external bleeding
    • stopping internal bleeding
    • surgical treatment of the wound
    • gastric lavage
    • intestinal lavage
    • immobilisation (immobilisation)
    • immobilisation of the cervical spine with a cervical collar
    • splinting
    • application of a Kendrick Extraction Device (KED) splint
    • application of a vacuum mattress
    • application of an occlusive bandage with a valve
    • application of a pelvic bandage
    • Providing peripheral intravenous access (installation of a venous catheter)
    • providing vascular access with an intraosseous catheter
    • injection of medicinal substances (intramuscular, subcutaneous, intravenous, intraosseous jet and drip)
    • blood pressure measurement
    • bladder catheterisation 
    • bimanual examination 
    • examination of a woman in a mirror.
    • management of physiological labour
    • primary toilet of a newborn
    • finger examination of the rectum
    • pleural puncture
    • laparocentesis
    • determination of blood group
    • determination of Rh blood type
    • transfusion of blood components
    • transfusion of blood substitutes
    • medication sleep
    Preparation for emergency care includes general principles of preparation for medical interventions: Get acquainted
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    if you are taking any medications, inform your doctor and agree with him/her (it may be necessary to limit them or change the dosage or regimen)

    follow the doctor's prescriptions regarding diet, water and drinking regime and do not drink alcoholic beverages - so that the body reacts more adequately and predictably to the measures taken

    immediately before providing emergency care –

    - remove removable objects (piercing jewellery, dentures) from the mouth and face to prevent them from accidentally getting into the respiratory system or interfering with diagnostic and treatment measures during medical care;
    - remove other items (contact lenses, hearing aids, jewellery, etc.) to prevent accidental injury to the body and to prevent them from deteriorating
    - remove cosmetic products (make-up, nail polish, false nails) from the body to facilitate visual assessment of the body condition and automated registration with the help of medical equipment
    - change into special clothes

    In addition, other preparatory measures may be taken, taking into account individual characteristics of the body and the specifics of the medical intervention.

    How the emergency care is performed

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    The main stages:

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      The patient is either wheeled

      to the intensive care unit, surgery or intensive care either on a gurney or escorted on foot. At the gateway, they put on a medical cap and shoe covers (to protect against microorganisms entering the air of the operating room)

    • 2
      Resuscitation and surgical operations

      are performed by a team of specialists of a certain composition, taking into account the specifics of each case

    • 3
      The patient is placed on a functional bed

      or operating table (depending on the specifics of the clinical situation, the body position may vary), and secured to it with special straps to prevent accidental spontaneous movements that would interfere with emergency measures, as well as to prevent accidental falls

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      They provide access to blood vessels for infusions,

      install a catheter to administer the necessary drugs, place electrodes on the body, put a blood pressure cuff on the shoulder and a sensor on the finger to determine the oxygen content in the blood, etc. All this is necessary for continuous monitoring of the body's condition during emergency care

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      The further course of action depends on the specific task,

      the area of the body where the intervention is carried out, and the specifics of the chosen tactics, techniques

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    Period after emergency care and rehabilitation

    After emergency treatment, the patient is placed in an intensive care unit for resuscitation, intensive care and observation. If necessary, oxygen may be administered through a thin tube to ensure that the body has enough oxygen. The nurse will carefully monitor the patient’s condition and, if necessary, administer medications agreed with the doctor.

    Before the patient returns home, the doctor will examine the patient, agree on the tactics of further rehabilitation, and give additional advice.

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      First aid for a fracture – Dr. Valikhnovski play
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      First aid for loss of consciousness – Dr. Valikhnovski play
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      First aid for heatstroke - Dr. Valikhnovski play
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      First aid for incidents on the water – Dr. Valikhnovski play
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      What to do if you come under a “gas attack” - Dr. Valikhnovski play
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      How to treat skin burns? - Dr. Valikhnovski play
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      FEEDBACK OUR PATIENTS

      Oleksiy Sukhanov

      Journalist, radio presenter, TV presenter. Host of the talk show "Ukraine Speaks" on the "UKRAINE" TV channel.

      Andrii Danylevich

      Journalist, presenter of the programs "Applies to everyone", "Coolest of all" on the "INTER" TV channel.

      Gennady Fuzailov

      A pediatrician and anesthesiologist, he works at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Boston clinic, which belongs to Harvard University. Is a leader in the field of children's medicine.

      Larisa Dyatlyuk

      Participant of the project "I am ashamed of my body" TV channel "STB".

      QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

      What symptoms require emergency medical care?

      Emergency care is needed in case of severe pain, breathing problems, heart problems, loss of consciousness, allergic reactions, injuries, bleeding, fever, poisoning.

      What conditions require emergency care?

      Most often, emergency care is required for acute cardiovascular diseases, respiratory disorders, injuries, acute poisoning, stroke, critical disorders of internal organs.

      What diagnostic and treatment methods are used for emergency conditions?

      We use X-ray computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), angiography, pulse oximetry, ultrasound, electrocardiography (ECG), electroencephalography (EEG), resuscitation, intensive care, anaesthesia, oxygen therapy, cardiac defibrillation and other methods.

      Which specialists provide emergency care?

      The emergency team usually consists of an ambulance doctor and his/her assistants and a driver (in cases of an out-of-town visit). In specific cases, the team may be supplemented by narrow-profile specialists, such as a resuscitator, cardiologist, traumatologist, etc. depending on the clinical situation.

      What steps are taken to ensure patient safety during emergency care?

      For the safety of patients, we use sterile medical equipment, ensure compliance with hygiene standards in the premises, carefully follow medical protocols and standards.

      Is there a guarantee for emergency care?

      The guarantee for the results of emergency care applies to medical consumables and equipment. It guarantees the provision of emergency medical care services in accordance with modern medical advances, the high level of qualification of the clinic’s specialists and the technical equipment of the clinic. The final clinical effect is influenced by many factors that depend not only on the doctor and the clinic, such as individual characteristics of the body, lifestyle, environmental conditions, and other factors.

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