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1. Consultations of medical specialists, including staff of departments, having categories, academic degree, scientific title:
1.1. Doctor-specialist 2 qualification category
1.1.1. Therapeutic profile 40,24 40,24 20
1.2. Doctor-specialist 1 qualification category
1.2.1. Therapeutic profile 44,28 44,28 23
1.2.2. Surgical profile 47,96 47,96 24
1.3. Doctor-specialist of the highest qualification category
1.3.1. Therapeutic profile 50,35 50,35 26
1.3.2. Surgical profile 51,64 51,64 26
1.4. Doctor-specialist, candidate of medical sciences
1.4.2. Surgical profile 85,84 85,84 44
1.5. Doctor-specialist, doctor of medical sciences
1.5.1. Therapeutic profile 87,14 87,14 44
1.6. Associate Professor, Candidate of Medical Sciences
1.6.1. Therapeutic profile 90,63 90,63 46
1.6.2. Surgical profile 100,66 100,66 51
1.7. Professor, doctor of medical sciences
1.7.1. Therapeutic profile 115,07 115,07 59
2 Radiation diagnostics:
1.1. X-ray examinations:
1.1.1. X-ray examinations of the thoracic cavity organs:
1.1.1.2. Radiography (overview) of the chest cavity:
1.1.1.2.1. In one projection (without printout) 35,45 0,15 35,60 18
1.1.1.2.2. In two projections (without printout) 54,78 0,15 54,93 28
1.1.1.2.1. In one projection (with a disc) 35,45 2,11 37,56 19
1.1.1.2.2. In two projections (with a disc) 54,78 2,11 56,89 29
1.1.1.2.1. In one projection (with X-ray film 35 * 43) 35,45 4,42 39,87 20
1.1.1.2.2. In two projections (with an X-ray film 35 * 43) 54,78 8,69 63,47 32
1.1.6. Correspondence consultation on the given roentgenograms with registration of a flow 65,17 0,00 65,17 33
1.1.7. X-ray computed tomography:
1.1.7.7. Computed tomography of the thoracic cavity organs (lung and mediastinum) without contrast enhancement:
1.1.7.7.1. On X-ray computer tomographs with spiral multi-slice scanning technology (up to 16 slices) 147,98 2,07 150,05 76
1.1.7.19. Computed tomography angiography
1.1.7.19.1 X-ray computer tomographs with spiral multislice scanning technology (up to 16 slices) 246,75 2,11 248,86 127
1.1.7.20. Special methods of image processing:
1.1.7.20.1. MPR 90,53 90,53 46
1.1.7.20.2. Volumetric recovery with color mapping 108,4 108,4 55
1.1.7.20.4. Virtual endoscopy 108,4 108,4 55
1.1.7.20.5. Comparison of computer tomography studies in dynamics 90,53 90,53 46
1.1.7.20.6. Applied organospecific programs 108,4 108,4 55
1.1.7.7.1.2 CT (without disc) 147,98 0,15 148,13 75
3 Functional diagnostics:
3.1. Electrocardiographic studies:
3.1.1. Electrocardiographic studies:
3.1.1.1. Electrocardiogram in 12 leads without functional tests 29,65 0,4 30,05 15
3.1.1.3. Electrocardiogram in additional leads 24,16 0,4 24,56 12
3.1.2. Electrocardiographic study with continuous daily recording of the electrocardiogram during the patient's free activity (Holter monitoring)
3.1.2.1. Electrocardiographic study with continuous daily recording of the electrocardiogram during the period of free activity of the patient (Holter monitoring standard) 131,02 1,60 132,62 67
3.1.3. Electrocardiographic study with dosed physical activity (veloergometry, treadmill test) 71,88 0,65 72,53 37
3.3. Examination of the function of external respiration (on automated equipment):
3.3.1. Examination of the function of external respiration without functional tests (with a filter) 39,93 2,18 42,11 21
Examination of the function of external respiration without functional tests (without filter) 39,93 1,22 41,15 21
3.3.2. Conducting a functional test when examining the function of external respiration (for one test) 39,12 0,12 39,24 20
3.3.3. Pneumatic tachometer 10,29 0,11 10,4 5
3.3.4. Registration of the flow curve - volume of forced expiration 22,27 0,11 22,38 11
Determination of lung diffusivity 63,92 2,01 65,93 34
Bodypletismographia 127,84 2,26 130,1 66
4 Endoscopic diagnostics
4.1. Endoscopic diagnostic tests
4.1.1. Esophagoscopy
4.1.1.3. On fibroendoscopes 54,78 4,94 59,72 30
4.1.2. Esophagogastroscopy
4.1.2.3. On fibroendoscopes 77,62 4,94 82,56 41
4.1.3. Esophagogastroduodenoscopy
4.1.3.3. On fibroendoscopes 100,45 4,94 105,39 53
4.1.5. Tracheobronchoscopy
4.1.5.2. On a video endoscopy system without a chromoscopic function 102,92 5,5 108,42 54
4.1.5.3. On fibroendoscopes 102,92 5,5 108,42 54
4.1.10. Rectoscopy
4.1.10.3. On fibroendoscopes 54,78 3,3 58,08 29
4.2. Endoscopic treatment and diagnostic procedures and operations
4.2.1. Esophagoscopy
4.2.1.3. On fibroendoscopes 100,45 6,63 107,08 53
4.2.2. Esophagogastroscopy
4.2.2.3. On fibroendoscopes 100,45 6,63 107,08 53
4.2.3. Esophagogastroduodenoscopy
4.2.3.3. On fibroendoscopes 123,22 6,63 129,85 65
4.2.4. Esophagogastroduodenoscopy (complicated)
4.2.4.3. On fibroendoscopes 146,03 5,07 151,1 75
4.2.7. Tracheobronchoscopy
4.2.7.2. On a video endoscopy system without a chromoscopic function 102,92 5,5 108,42 54
4.2.7.3. On fibroendoscopes 102,92 5,5 108,42 54
4.2.12. Rectoscopy
4.2.12.3. On fibroendoscopes 69,99 8,92 78,91 39
4.2.14. Rectosigmocolonoscopy
4.2.14.3. On fibroendoscopes 237,34 4,2 241,54 121
4.3. Other manipulations
4.3.1. Taking biopsy material for histological examination
4.3.1.3. On fibroendoscopes 25,84 25,84 13
4.3.2. Taking a biopsy material for a cytological study
4.3.2.3. On fibroendoscopes 25,84 25,84 13
5 Ultrasound diagnostics:
2.1. Ultrasound examination of the abdominal cavity organs:
2.1.1. Liver, gallbladder without function definition
2.1.1.3. On black and white ultrasonic devices 34,09 0,4 34,49 17
2.1.2. Liver, gallbladder with function definition
2.1.2.3. On black and white ultrasonic devices 55 0,53 55,53 28
2.1.3. Pancreas
2.1.3.3. On black and white ultrasonic devices 34,09 0,4 34,49 17
2.1.5. Spleen
2.1.5.3. On black and white ultrasonic devices 22,74 0,4 23,14 12
2.2. Ultrasound examination of the urogenital system:
2.2.1. Ultrasound examination of the urogenital system
2.2.1.3. On black and white ultrasonic devices 44,69 0,4 45,09 23
2.2.2. Bladder
2.2.2.3. On black and white ultrasonic devices 23,14 0,4 23,54 12
2.2.3. Bladder with the determination of residual urine
2.2.3.3. On black and white ultrasonic devices 34,09 0,53 34,62 17
2.2.6. Prostate with bladder and residual urine
2.2.6.3. On black and white ultrasonic devices 55 0,53 55,53 28
2.2.10. Uterus and appendages (transabdominal)
2.2.10.1. Ultrasound examination of the uterus and appendages (transabdominal on color digital ultrasound machines with the presence of complex software (the number of digital channels is more than 512) 8,48 1,21 9,69 5
2.2.11. Uterus and appendages (transvaginally)
2.2.11.1. Ultrasound examination of the uterus and appendages (transvaginally), on color digital ultrasound machines with the presence of complex software (the number of digital channels is more than 512) 8,48 1,36 9,84 5
2.2.12. Fetus in 1 trimester to 11 weeks of pregnancy
2.2.12.1. Ultrasonic examination of the fetus in the first trimester to 11 weeks of pregnancy, on color digital ultrasound machines with the presence of complex software (the number of digital channels is more than 512) 8,48 1,27 9,75 5
2.3. Ultrasound examination of other organs:
2.3.1. Thyroid gland with lymphatic surface nodes
2.3.1.3. On black and white ultrasonic devices 45,49 0,4 45,89 23
2.3.10. Pleural cavity
2.3.10.3. On black and white ultrasonic devices 22,74 0,4 23,14 12
2.3.11. Lymph nodes (one area on both sides)
2.3.11.3. On black and white ultrasonic devices 22,74 0,53 23,27 12
2.4. Special ultrasound examinations
2.4.10. Special ultrasound examinations
2.4.10.2. On color ultrasonic devices with doppler (analogue and number of channels less than 512) 70 0,46 70,46 36
2.4.11. Echocardiography (M + B-mode + Doppler + color mapping + tissue dopplerography) on color digital ultrasound machines with the presence of complex software (the number of digital channels is more than 512) 80 0,46 80,46 42
6 Laboratory research
Separate operations
1.1. PipettingPipettingPipettingv
1.1.2. Semi-automatic metering devices 0,24 0,56 0,8 0
1.2. Registration (preliminary and final) of the material, passport data of the patient received and the results of the research in journals and letterheads or by means of a personal electronic computer 3,94 3,94 2
1.3. Taking blood from the finger 3,5 0,78 4,28 2
1.4. Collection of blood from a vein 4,57 0,77 5,34 3
1.5. Treatment of venous blood to produce plasma or serum 2,62 0,13 2,75 1
Hematologic examinations
Total blood test 37,96 1,01 38,97 20
General clinical studies
The general analysis of urine 11,33 0,53 11,86 6
Urine test by Zimnitsky 11,89 0,01 11,9 6
Urinalysis by Nechiporenko 15,47 0,18 15,65 8
2.3. Exudates and transudates study 27,49 0,18 27,67 14
2.4. Sputum examination 15,51 0,98 16,49 9
2.8. Stool examination 21,75 0,05 21,8 11
Study of cerebrospinal fluid 38,68 2,06 40,74 21
Research of the state of hemostasis 77,59 11,53 89,12 46
7.8. Determination of T-and B-lymphocytes functional activity by flow cytometry 77,37 39,76 117,13 61
Immunological research
Determination of the blood group and Rh factor 31,67 4,43 36,1 19
Determination of autoantibodies to thyroglobulin in blood serum (anti-TG) 12,13 5,62 17,75 9
Determination of autoantibodies to thyroglobulin in serum (anti-TPO) 12,13 6,41 18,54 10
5.9. Definition of hormones
Tereotropic hormone (TSH) 14,48 7,79 22,27 12
Determination of carcinomarkers by the method of enzyme immunoassay (PSA common) 26,89 7,79 34,68 18
Determination of carcinomarkers by the method of enzyme immunoassay (PSA free) 26,89 7,09 33,98 18
Determination of acid-base state of blood by means of automatic blood gas analyzers. Electrolytes and metabolites 12,79 4,63 17,42 9
5 Biochemical studies:
5.5. Studies using ion-selective methods:
5.5.2. Determination of potassium, sodium and chlorine by means of automatic analyzers 1,43 0,36 1,79 1
5.13. Research with a multichannel biochemical analyzer
5.13.3. High output (the nature of running power - over 300 studies per hour)
5.13.3.1. Non-automated recording of results 1,43 1,43 1
Determination of total serum protein 1,43 0,09 1,52 1
Determination of serum albumin 1,43 0,1 1,53 1
Determination of serum glucose by enzymatic method 1,43 0,09 1,52 1
Determination of blood serum urea by kinetic method 1,43 0,12 1,55 1
Determination of serum creatinine by the Jaffe reaction by the kinetic method 1,43 0,09 1,52 1
Determination of bilirubin and its fractions in serum by the method of Jendraszek-Kleggorn-Grof 1,43 0,14 1,57 1
Determination of serum aspartate aminotransferase activity by the kinetic method 1,43 0,11 1,54 1
Determination of serum alanine aminotransferase activity by kinetic method 1,43 0,11 1,54 1
Determination of total serum cholesterol by enzyme method 1,43 0,12 1,55 1
Determination of triacylglycerols in blood serum by enzymatic method 1,43 3,43 4,86 3
Determination of low density lipoproteins in blood serum 1,43 0,11 1,54 1
Determination of high density lipoproteins in blood serum 1,43 0,27 1,7 1
etermination of lactate dehydrogenase activity in blood serum by kinetic method 1,43 0,27 1,7 1
Determination of the activity of creatine kinase in the blood serum by the kinetic method 1,43 0,26 1,69 1
Determination of CF fraction of creatine kinase in venous blood 1,43 0,27 1,7 1
Determination of the activity of hydroxybutyrate dehydrogenase in blood serum 1,43 0,92 2,35 1
Determination of magnesium concentration in serum and plasma by photometric method 1,43 0,11 1,54 1
Determination of serum alpha-amylase activity by kinetic method 1,43 0,23 1,66 1
Determination of alkaline phosphatase activity in blood serum by kinetic method 1,43 0,12 1,55 1
Determination of the activity of gamma-glutamyltranspeptidase in the kinetic method 1,43 0,15 1,58 1
Determination of uric acid in blood serum 1,43 0,39 1,82 1
Determination of total calcium in blood serum 1,43 0,12 1,55 1
Determination of ferrum in serum by ferrozine method 1,43 0,09 1,52 1
Determination of inorganic phosphorus in blood serum with phosphoric-molybdic acid (multi-step reaction) 1,43 0,16 1,59 1
Determination of C-reactive protein in blood serum with immunoturbidimetry 1,43 5,45 6,88 4
Determination of direct bilirubin of Jendraszek-Cleggro-Grof 1,43 0,16 1,59 1
Determination of immunoglobulin A in serum by the method of immunoturbedimeter 1,43 1,56 2,99 2
Determination of immunoglobulin M in serum by the method of immunoturbediometer 1,43 2,64 4,07 2
Determination of immunoglobulin G in blood serum by the method of immunoturbidimeter 1,43 2,52 3,95 2
Determination of alpha-1-anatitrypsin in serum 1,43 1,29 2,72 1
Definition of antistreptolysin-0 in blood serum 1,43 13,21 14,64 8
Determination of rheumatoid factor in blood serum 1,43 3,62 5,05 3
Determination of glycosylated hemoglobin of blood 1,43 2,57 4 2
Determination of viral and bacterial antigens HBsAg (hepatitis B) 35,86 34,5 70,36 36
Determination of antibodies to Treponema pallidum by enzyme immunoassay 35,86 36,17 72,03 37
Bacteriological studies
8.1. Study on aerobic and facultative anaerobic microorganisms in the blood
8.1.3. he study of blood for aerobic, facultative-anaerobic microorganisms using automated systems
8.1.3.1. In the absence of microorganisms 12,59 9,95 22,54 12
8.1.3.2. When microorganisms are isolated with the study of morphological properties 19,65 10,62 30,27 16
8.1.3.3. Research with identification to the species using automated systems with simultaneous detection of sensitivity to antibiotics 32,05 48,62 80,67 42
8.2. Studies on aerobic and facultative anaerobic microorganisms in cerebrospinal fluid
8.2.4. Research of cerebrospinal fluid on aerobic, facultative-anaerobic microorganisms using automated systems
8.2.4.1. In the absence of microorganisms 17,04 10,26 27,3 14
8.2.4.2. When microorganisms are isolated with the study of morphological properties 24,1 10,73 34,83 18
8.2.4.3. Research with identification to the species using automated systems 37,08 48,62 85,7 44
8.3. Studies on aerobic and facultative anaerobic microorganisms in sputum and bronchial flushing waters (quantitative method)
8.3.1. Microscopy of stained (according to Gram) preparations of native material 14,25 1,33 15,58 8
8.3.2. Culture research
8.3.2.1. At an amount below the diagnostic titres 24,91 5,61 30,52 16
8.3.2.2. When microorganisms are isolated with the study of morphological properties 30,46 6,33 36,79 19
8.3.3. Research with identification to species
8.3.3.2. Of the genus Streptococcus 42,07 7 49,07 25
8.3.3.9. Fungi of the genus Aspergylus 37,91 9,03 46,94 24
8.3.3.10. Yeast-like fungi of the genus Candida and others 37,91 5,9 43,81 23
8.3.3.11. Research on aerobic, facultative anaerobic microorganisms in sputum and bronchial flushing waters with identification to the species using automated systems 43,45 40,73 84,18 43
8.4. Studies on aerobic and facultative anaerobic microorganisms in urine (semiquantitative method)
8.4.1. Culture research
8.4.1.1. In the absence of microorganisms or their number below the diagnostic titers 12,65 1,28 13,93 7
8.4.1.2. When microorganisms are isolated with the study of morphological properties 19,71 2 21,71 11
8.4.2. Research with identification to species
8.4.2.2. Of the genus Streptococcus 31,32 1,69 33,01 17
8.4.2.9. Fungi of the genus Aspergylus 27,16 8,77 35,93 19
8.4.2.10. Yeast-like fungi of the genus Candida and others 27,16 5,19 32,35 17
8.4.2.11. Research on aerobic, facultative anaerobic microorganisms in urine with identification to the species using automated systems 32,69 35,85 68,54 35
8.6. Studies on aerobic and facultative anaerobic microorganisms in pus, separated wounds, infiltrates, abscesses, in transudates, exudates etc.
8.6.2. Culture research
8.6.2.1. In the absence of microorganisms 17,25 5,51 22,76 12
8.6.2.2. When microorganisms are isolated with the study of morphological properties 24,3 6,22 30,52 16
8.6.3. Research with identification to species
8.6.3.2. Of the genus Streptococcus 35,92 9,47 45,39 23
8.6.3.9. Fungi of the genus Aspergylus 31,76 9,35 41,11 21
8.6.3.10. Yeast-like fungi of the genus Candida and others 31,76 5,8 37,56 19
8.6.3.11. Research with identification to the species using automated systems 37,3 36,45 73,75 38
8.7. The study of the genital organs to be separated into aerobic, facultative anaerobic microorganisms
8.7.2. Culture research
8.7.2.1. In the absence of microorganisms 18,5 5,61 24,11 12
8.7.2.2. When microorganisms are isolated with the study of morphological properties 25,56 6,23 31,79 16
8.7.3. Research with identification to species
8.7.3.2. Of the genus Streptococcus 37,17 5,8 42,97 22
8.7.3.9. Fungi of the genus Aspergylus 33,01 9,35 42,36 22
8.7.3.10. Yeast-like fungi of the genus Candida and others 33,01 5,8 38,81 20
8.7.3.11. Research on aerobic, facultative anaerobic microorganisms in the genital organs to be separated with identification to the species using automated systems 38,55 40,53 79,08 41
8.9. Studies on aerobic and facultative anaerobic microorganisms in the separated nasopharynx and nose (each separately)
8.9.1. Culture research
8.9.1.1. In the absence of microorganisms 8,8 5,5 14,3 7
8.9.1.2. When microorganisms are isolated with the study of morphological properties 15,85 5,79 21,64 11
8.9.2. Research with identification to species
8.9.2.2. Of the genus Streptococcus 27,47 5,8 33,27 17
8.9.2.9. Fungi of the genus Aspergylus 23,3 9,36 32,66 17
8.9.2.10. Yeast-like fungi of the genus Candida and others 23,3 5,79 29,09 15
8.9.2.11. Research on aerobic, facultative anaerobic microorganisms in the separated nasopharynx and nose (each separately) with identification to the species using automated systems 28,84 38,52 67,36 35
8.15. The sensitivity of a strain of a microorganism to antibiotics 0
8.15.1. Disk-diffusion method to 6 drugs 11,38 1,76 13,14 7
8.16. Biochemical identification of a microorganism to species
8.16.1. Routine method
8.16.1.2. Of the genus Streptococcus 11,61 0,45 12,06 6
8.16.1.9. Fungi of the genus Aspergylus 7,45 8,79 16,24 8
8.16.1.10. Yeast-like fungi of the genus Candida and others 7,45 5,24 12,69 7
8.16.4. Biochemical identification of one strain of a microorganism to a species using automated systems with simultaneous detection of sensitivity to antibiotics 11,63 35,61 47,24 24
Issledovaniia na tuberkulez
1 Microbiological tests for tuberculosis
1.1. Microscopy on acid-fasting mycobacteria in Tsiol-Nielsen stained preparations in a quantitative manner in 100 fields of vision 19,9 0,77 20,67 11
1.2. Microscopy on mycobacteria in preparations stained with luminescent dyes by a quantitative method in 100 fields of vision 12,1 0,57 12,67 7
1,3 Culture examination
1.3.1. In the absence of mycobacterium tuberculosis 37,48 2,21 39,69 21
1.3.2. In the isolation of mycobacterium tuberculosis with the study of morphological properties 54,5 2,98 57,48 30
1.3.3. Study with identification to species 106,95 4,05 111 57
1.3.4. Determination of the sensitivity of mycobacteria to antituberculous drugs using the absolute concentration method
1.3.4.1. To 4 essential medicines 41,54 4,21 45,75 24
1.3.4.2. To 7 essential medicines 51,35 3,43 54,78 28
1.4. Microbiological tests for tuberculosis using automated systems
1.4.1. Culture research
1.4.1.1. In the absence of mycobacteria tuberculosis 25,54 2,28 27,82 14
1.4.1.2. In the isolation of mycobacterium tuberculosis with the study of morphological properties 37,1 2,44 39,54 20
1.4.1.3. Research with identification to species 90,68 3,52 94,2 49
1.4.2. The sensitivity of mycobacteria to antituberculous drugs by the method of proportions
1.4.2.1. To 4 essential medicines (streptomycin, isoniazid, rifamycin, ethambutol) 21,85 1,72 23,57 12
1.4.2.2. To 3 standby anti-tuberculosis drugs (levofloxacin, capreomycin, amikacin) 19,56 1,63 21,19 11
1.4.2.3. To pyrazinamide 17,28 13,22 30,5 16
2 Molecular-genetic studies on tuberculosis
2.1.1. Determination of mycobacteria of tuberculosis complex by gene diagnosis (polymerase chain reaction - PCR) (single study) 89,38 3,12 107,9 56
2.1.2. Determination of mycobacteria of the tuberculosis complex by gene diagnosis (polymerase chain reaction-PCR) (each subsequent study) 49,66 3,12 61,33 32
2.2. Molecular genetic studies using GenoType diagnostic systems
2.2.1.1. Determination of sensitivity of mycobacterium tuberculosis to isoniazid and rimfapicin (single study) 104,78 26,61 131,39 68
2.2.1.2. Determination of the sensitivity of mycobacterium tuberculosis to isoniazid and rimfapicin (each subsequent study) 58,21 26,61 84,82 44
2.2.2.1. Determination of sensitivity of mycobacterium tuberculosis to fluoroquinolones, aminoglycosides and ethambutol (single study) 104,78 22,14 126,92 66
2.2.2.2. Determination of the sensitivity of mycobacterium tuberculosis to fluoroquinolones, aminoglycosides and ethambutol (each subsequent study) 58,21 22,14 80,35 42
2.2.3.1. Identification of the mycobacterium tuberculosis complex and non-tuberculosis mycobacteria (single study) 104,78 22,14 126,92 66
2.2.3.2. Identification of the mycobacterium tuberculosis complex and nontuberculosis mycobacteria (each subsequent study) 58,21 22,14 80,35 42
2.2.4.1. Identification of Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (single study) 104,78 22,14 126,92 66
2.2.4.2. Identification of Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (each subsequent study 58,21 22,14 80,35 42
2.3.1. Detection of mycobacterium tuberculosis and rifampicin resistance using GeneXpert technology (single study) 31,7 132,5 164,2 85
2.3.2. Detection of mycobacterium tuberculosis and rifampicin resistance using GeneXpert technology (each subsequent study) 14,24 132,5 146,74 76
2.3.3. Execution of the study to identify the causative agent of tuberculosis in-vitro 77,44 89,81 167,25 87
7 Services in otorhinolaryngology
1 Reception of a doctor-otorhinolaryngologist
1.1. Reception of the doctor-otorhinolaryngologist primary 25,99 0,23 26,22 14
1.2. PReception of the doctor-otorhinolaryngologist repeated 12,48 0,2 12,68 7
2 Manipulation
2.1. Rinsing of the external auditory meatus 6,24 0,4 6,64 3
2.2. Removal of cerumen plug 16,64 0,5 17,14 9
2.3. Removal of a foreign body from the ear 31,19 0,9 32,09 17
2.4. Blowing out the auditory tubes along the Politzer (1 session) 6,24 3,45 9,69 5
2.5. Inflating the auditory tubes with a catheter with the administration of medication (1 session) 15,6 3,15 18,75 10
2.7. Acumetry (study of hearing by whisper speech, tuning forks) 8,32 8,32 4
2.8. Audiometry 25,99 0,19 26,18 14
2.9. Impedanceometry 27,03 0,19 27,22 14
2.10. Washing of the chronic ear with an attic cannula 15,6 7,9 23,5 12
2.11. Massage of the tympanum 5,2 0,19 5,39 3
2.12. Toilet of the ear 5,2 3,7 8,9 5
2.13. Opening of abscessed furuncle of external auditory meatus 20,8 1,39 22,19 11
2.15. Treatment of the nasal mucosa, pharynx, larynx with medicinal preparations 8,32 0,64 8,96 5
2.16. Washing of lacunae of tonsils 15,6 0,58 16,18 8
2.18. Removal of the foreign body of the laryngopharynx 36,39 0,8 37,19 19
2.19. Intra-oral medication infusion 10,4 1,6 12 6
2.21. Removal of foreign body from the nose 31,19 0,9 32,09 17
2.22. Opening of abscessed furuncles of the nose 20,8 1,14 21,94 11
2.23. Opening of abscessed furuncles of the nose 8,32 0,69 9,01 5
2.24. Anesthesia of mucous membranes 5,2 1,06 6,26 3
2.25. Bandage application 5,2 0,96 6,16 3
2.26. Anterior tamponade of the nose 15,6 0,4 16 8
2.29. Manual repositioning of the bones of the nose for fractures with a tamponade and bandaging 36,39 1,06 37,45 19
2.31. Opening of peritonsillar abscesses 26 1,32 27,32 14
2.36. Teleridoscopy of ENT organs 15,6 0,35 15,95 8
2.44. Ear study using a otoscope 6,24 6,24 3
2.45. Osteoneurological examination 31,19 0,48 31,67 16
Collection of material for laboratory research
3.1. Collection of smears-prints from the larynx to cytology 5,2 0,56 5,76 3
3.2. Collection of material from the nose to eosinophils 5,2 0,56 5,76 3
3.3. Collection of material for microbiological examination 8,32 0,53 8,85 5
8 Staying in a hospital
Tuberculosis (pulmonary) department for children (general ward) 59,86 59,86 30
Tuberculosis (pulmonary) department for children (double chamber) 68,03 68,03 34
Tuberculosis (pulmonary) department for children (single room) 81,63 81,63 41
Pulmonology department (general ward) 58,86 58,86 29
Pulmonology department (double chamber) 65,66 65,66 33
Pulmonology department (single room) 73,58 73,58 37
Tuberculosis (pulmonary) department for adults (general ward) 68,49 68,49 34
Tuberculosis (pulmonary) department for adults (double room) 80,67 80,67 40
Tuberculosis (pulmonary) department for adults (single room) 94,36 94,36 47
Tuberculosis (urological) department (general ward) 67,24 67,24 34
Tuberculosis (urological) department (single room) 91,26 91,26 46
Tuberculosis (surgical thoracic) department (single room) 132,84 132,84 66
Tuberculosis (surgical thoracic) department (double chamber) 104,55 104,55 52
Tuberculosis (surgical thoracic) department (general ward) 81,18 81,18 41
Department of Anaesthesiology and Resuscitation 435,82 435,82 217
9 Thoracic surgery service **
1 Thoracotomy, pleuropneumonectomy 2 067,11 2067,11 1068
2 Lob, bilobectomy with transpedicardial treatment of the lung vessels 1 654,47 1654,47 855
3 Combined forehead, bilobectomy with transpedicardial treatment of lung vessels, pericardial plasty 1 757,29 1757,29 908
4 Combined lob, bilobectomy with atrial resection 1 860,16 1860,16 961
5 Pneumonectomy with transpedicular cardiovascular treatment of lungs 1 654,61 1654,61 855
6 Combined pneumonectomy with transpedicardial treatment of lung vessels, pericardial plasty 1 756,98 1756,98 908
7 Pneumonectomy with resection of 1/2 tracheal bifurcation 2 274,75 2274,75 1175
8 Pneumonectomy with circular resection of tracheal bifurcation 3 101,60 3101,6 1602
9 Combined pleuropneumonectomy with resection of the thoracic wall 2 273,98 2273,98 1175
10 Combined pneumonectomy with atrial resection 1 860,62 1860,62 961
11 Pleuropneumonectomy with resection of 1/2 tracheal bifurcation 2 687,88 2687,88 1389
12 Pleuropneumonectomy with circular resection of the tracheal bifurcation 3 515,13 3515,13 1816
13 Combined pleuropneumonectomy with marginal resection of the superior vena cava 2 274,69 2274,69 1175
14 Combined pleuropneumectomy with circular resection and plasticization of the superior vena cava 3 100,26 3100,26 1602
15 Combined pleuropneumonectomy with atrial resection 2 687,29 2687,29 1388
16 Video-assisted thymectomy 1 447,33 1447,33 748
17 Video-assisted thoracoscopy, removal of lungs, pleura, pericardium, diaphragm, chest wall 827,75 827,75 428
18 Video-assisted thoracoscopy, removal of mediastinal formations 1 033,49 1033,49 534
19 Videotoracoscopic lobectomy 4 134,91 4134,91 2136
20 Circular resection of the trachea 2 067,46 2067,46 1068
21 Final pneumonectomy 2 688,18 2688,18 1389
22 Thoracomioplasty 1 446,78 1446,78 747
23 Extrapulural thoracoplasty 1 447,29 1447,29 748
24 Thoracotomy, atypical resection of the lung 621,1 621,1 321
25 Thoracotomy, segmentectomy 621,09 621,09 321
26 Thoracotomy, lob, bilobectomy 1 034,66 1034,66 535
27 Thoracotomy, pneumonectomy 1 033,76 1033,76 534
28 Sternotomy, removal of mediastinal formations 1 861,00 1861 961
29 Combined lob, bilobectomy with resection of the thoracic wall 1 241,24 1241,24 641
30 Combined lob, bilobectomy with diaphragm resection 1 241,24 1241,24 641
31 Bronchoplastic lob, bilobectomy 1 654,85 1654,85 855
32 Combined lob, bilobectomy with marginal resection of the inferior vena cava 1 239,73 1239,73 640
33 Combined lob, bilobectomy with circular resection and plasticization of the superior vena cava 2 481,14 2481,14 1282
34 Combined pneumonectomy with resection of the thoracic wall 1 241,18 1241,18 641
35 Combined pneumonectomy with diaphragm resection 1 241,18 1241,18 641
36 Combined pneumonectomy with marginal resection of the superior vena cava 2 067,31 2067,31 1068
37 Combined pneumonectomy with circular resection and plasticization of the superior vena cava 2 893,80 2893,8 1495
38 Videotoracoscopic operations for bullous lung transformation (diagnosis, pleurectomy, volume-reducing lung resection) 1 033,47 1033,47 534
39 Final tracheal resection 1 654,23 1654,23 855
40 Excisional biopsy of peripheral lymph nodes 104,24 104,24 54
41 Pleural puncture 42,01 42,01 22
42 Draining of the pleural cavity 104,24 104,24 54
43 Imposition of temporary tracheostomy 207,12 207,12 107
44 Tracheostomy closure 207,28 207,28 107
45 Diagnostic thoracotomy 311,11 311,11 161
46 Thoracotomy, pleurectomy, lung decortication 1 034,54 1034,54 534
47 Video-assisted thoracoscopy, differential diagnosis of pleurisy, sanitation of the pleural cavity 620,93 620,93 321
48 Video-assisted thoracoscopy, removal of coagulated hemothorax, fibrotorax, lung decortication 1 034,54 1034,54 534
49 Video-assisted thoracoscopy, pneumolysis with artificial pneumothorax 827,63 827,63 428
50 Video-assisted thoracoscopy, biopsy of thoracic wall, pericardium, lung, chest wall, diaphragm, mediastinum 620,93 620,93 321
51 Video-assisted thoracoscopy, biopsy of the intrathoracic lymph nodes 620,93 620,93 321
52 Video-assisted thoracoscopy, atypical resection of the lung 620,93 620,93 321
53 Video-assisted sympathectomy for hyperhidrosis and Raynaud's disease 827,63 827,63 428
10 Urology services**
Admission of patients with urological diseases
1.1. Admission of patients with urological diseases 21,41 0,18 21,59 11
1.2. Recurrent admission of patients with urological diseases 17,13 0,18 17,31 9
Manipulation and research for the diagnosis and treatment of urological diseases:
2.1. Rectal examination of the prostate 8,47 0,19 8,66 4
2.2. Massage of the prostate, secretion collection 8,47 0,19 8,66 4
2.3. Therapeutic massage of the prostate 8,47 0,19 8,66 4
2.4. Taking a smear from the urethra 8,47 0,68 9,15 5
2.5. Carrying out a combined provocation 5,71 0,62 6,33 3
2,6 Instillation in the anterior urethra 7,96 0,49 8,45 4
2.7. Rear urethral instillation 7,96 0,44 8,4 4
2.8. Catheterization of the bladder 7,96 0,44 8,4 4
2.9. Blockade of spermatic cord 12,65 0,61 13,26 7
2.10. Uroflowmetry 4,51 0,49 5 3
2.11. Urethroscopy 23,21 2,99 26,2 14
2.12. Cystoscopy 23,21 2,99 26,2 14
2.13. Intracavernous administration of the drug 4,84 0,3 5,14 3
2.14. Urethras dilator implementation 41,19 0,66 41,85 22
2.15. Puncture of hydrocele 17,93 0,82 18,75 10
Urological operations
1 Operations to restore the patency of the ureteropelvic segment 1 302,19 107,02 1 409,21 728
2 Uveotectomy resection 1 302,19 107,02 1 409,21 728
3 Ureteroneocystoanastomosis 1 547,89 107,02 1 654,91 855
4 Resection of the kidney 2 010,83 57,79 2 068,62 1069
5 Adrenal resection 1 060,40 57,79 1 118,19 578
6 Stenting of hollow organs (ureter) under X-ray and ultrasound images 482,5 46,21 528,71 273
7 Operations with urethral strictures 1 272,48 39,44 1 311,92 678
8 Operations for fistulas of the urethra 1 272,48 39,44 1 311,92 678
9 Nephrectomy 1 214,38 57,79 1 272,17 657
10 Pyelolithotomy 1 214,38 100,29 1 314,67 679
11 Cavernectomy 1 214,38 57,79 1 272,17 657
12 Nephrostomy 987,52 57,79 1 045,31 540
13 Ureterolithotomy 1 214,38 100,29 1 314,67 679
14 Cystostomy 493,53 40,24 533,77 276
15 Cystostomy of puncture 178,61 6,74 185,35 96
16 Cystolithostomy 582,38 40,24 622,62 322
17 trans-bladder adenomectomy  (one- and two-stage) 835,91 53,72 889,63 460
18 Dissection of the bridle 49,46 7,6 57,06 29
19 Circumcision 199,94 10,92 210,86 109
20 Electrocoagulation of genital warts 49,46 5,42 54,88 28
21 Operations with hydrocele 302,03 12,16 314,19 162
22 Epididemectomy 302,03 12,16 314,19 162
23 Orthectomy 302,03 15,52 317,55 164
24 Operation of Ivanissevich 198,54 15,35 213,89 111
25 Removal of benign soft tissue formations of the scrotum 302,03 15,52 317,55 164
26 TUR of benign prostatic hyperplasia 759,23 96,51 855,74 442
27 Transurethral resection of ulcers and benign forms of the urinary bladder 573,23 63,22 636,45 329
28 Transurethral resection of sclerosis of the prostate 573,23 63,22 636,45 329
29 Cystolithotripsy 451,99 63,22 515,21 266
30 Internal optical urethrotomy with urethral strictures 525,91 54,23 580,14 300
31 Ureteroscopy (contact lithotripsy) 759,23 97,4 856,63 443
11 Physiotherapy services
Laser therapy, magneto-laser therapy percutaneous 5,33 0,25 5,58 3
Supravenous laser irradiation, magnetolaser irradiation 10,67 0,25 10,92 6
Inhalation ultrasound 5,33 0,51 5,84 3
12 Pathomorphological services
Microscopic examination of finished histological preparations 35,19 35,19 18
Microscopic examination of ready cytological preparations 23,16 23,16 12
Study of one histological specimen 60,81 3,66 64,47 33
Examination of punctata, exudates and transudates, endoscopic material, and material obtained during surgical interventions 36,84 1,74 38,58 20
13 General manipulation
Needle pleural biopsy 15,4 23,73 39,13 20
Drainage of the pleural cavity 23,5 6,99 30,49 16
Removal of postoperative sutures 3,85 0,73 4,58 2
Setting microtracetome 15,4 12,8 28,2 15
Imposition of artificial pneumothorax 11,55 0,41 11,96 6
Imposition of artificial pneumoperitoneum 15,4 0,41 15,81 8
Bandaging 7,7 1,18 8,88 5
Treatment-diagnostic puncture with fence material for the study 18,57 1,61 20,18 10
1 Intramuscular injection 2,71 2,04 4,75 2
2.1. Intravenous drip infusion of drug solutions, 200 ml. 8,18 2,47 10,65 6
2.2. Intravenous drip infusion of drug solutions, 400 ml. 12,85 2,47 15,32 8
3 Subcutaneous injection 2,8 1,37 4,17 2
4 Intradermal injection 2,8 1,3 4,1 2
5 Cleansing enema 9,64 8,01 17,65 9
6 Intravenous jet administration of drugs 3,69 1,93 5,62 3
14 Obstetrics and Gynecology
1,1 Primary admission of obstetrician-gynecologist 34,17 1,96 36,13 19
1,2 Repeated admission of obstetrician-gynecologist 22,74 1,96 24,7 13
2,1 Smear taking for examination 4,34 1,55 5,89 3
2,3 Colposcopy simple 18,26 2,14 20,4 11
2,6 Colposcopy enlarged with cytology 18,38 2,18 20,56 11
2,8 Therapeutic procedure (bath) 5,73 1,42 7,15 4
2,9 Administration of therapeutic tampons 5,73 1,37 7,1 4
2,1 Irrigating the vagina 5,73 1,55 7,28 4
2,11 Gynecological massage 21,5 3,72 25,22 13
15 Other services
Bone marrow collection 106,05 4,63 110,68 57
Intravenous laser irradiation of blood 13,47 2,4 15,87 8
Delivery of antituberculous drugs 6,72 6,72 3
njection of an intradermal Mantoux test 6,97 3,27 10,24 5
Formulation of the intradermal test Diaskintest 6,97 4,66 11,63 6
16 Anesthesiology
1 Preparation for anesthesia and postnarcosis surveillance 28,5 28,5 15
2 Inhalational anesthesia with spontaneous breathing preserved (I-II ASA patients) 52,43 52,43 27
3 Total intravenous anesthesia with spontaneous breathing preserved (I-II ASA patients) 52,43 52,43 27
4 Balanced anesthesia with artificial ventilation (AV) 67,85 67,85 35
5 Total intravenous anesthesia with artificial ventilation (AV) 67,85 67,85 35
6 Spinal (subarachnoid) anesthesia 52,43 52,43 27
7 Epidural anesthesia 60,14 60,14 31
8 Combined anesthesia (epidural plus general anesthesia with artificial ventilation) 80,19 80,19 41

Note 1: * The cost of consumables may vary due to changes in material prices.

 

** Anesthesia is paid extra


 

Note 1: * The cost of consumables may vary due to changes in material prices.
** Anesthesia is paid extra