In Volgograd have operated on a woman whose son was looking for a cure for ad
VOLGOGRAD, August 27. /TASS/ — the Head of the Siberian Center of angioneurology and neurosurgery Kirill Orlov noted that next week she can be discharged.
The inhabitant of Volgograd with the aneurysm of cerebral vessels, which previously posted at the entrances ads son found medicine, surgery, next week she can be discharged. This was reported to journalists by the neurosurgeon, head of the Siberian Center of angioneurology and neurosurgery Kirill Orlov, who performed the operation.
Earlier in social networks have publicized the story of how 12-year-old student in Volgograd pasted on the entrances of homes the announcement that his mother after a stroke and requires medication nimotop that is not available in pharmacies. The townspeople responded to the call for help and brought the woman the drug, the reception which it at that time, resumed.
The patient had an aneurysm of the brain vessels, today a complicated neurosurgical operation, modern operation on new technologies without an incision on the head. The point — mounted stand, which blocked the neck of the aneurysm, it gradually trombones and then dissipates. After the operation next week, the patient can be discharged home.Cyril Glavarkhiv, head of the Siberian Center of angioneurology and neurosurgery
As explained the chief of Department of interventional radiology Volgograd hospital No. 25 Andrew Light, the patient was admitted to the hospital in a state of moderate severity. “Was invited specialist from Novosibirsk, because such operations have not yet been conducted. If we talk about the drug nimotop, he before the surgery was not prescribed, was prescribed other medications,” — said the expert.
Earlier, the health Department TASS reported that after a history of medicine found a student for my mother, 43-year-old Svetlana Sidorova, the patient agreed to re-hospitalization in connection with the aneurysm.
In early August, when a woman pervies this diagnosis were inpatient treatment, she interrupted him voluntarily.