ROLE OF REHABILITATION CENTRES FOR CHILDREN FROM 0 TO 3 YEARS OLD, BORN WITH VERY LOW AND EXTREMELY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT TO IMPROVE MEDICAL CARE IN PRETERM INFANTS

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Each year in the world about 15 million babies are born preterm. Goal is to explore the role of Rehabilitation centres (RC) children from 0 to 3 years old, born with very low and extremely low birth weight to improve medical care in preterm infants. Materials and methods. Studied the functioning process of RC based on large multidisciplinary Pediatric Hospital in Moscow “Z.A. Bashljaevoj Children city Clinical Hospital” during the period 2012-2018 BC. The results. Since the beginning of operation RC was fastened 12234 preterm infants, among which was dominated by children (72%), having a birth weight of 1000 g to 1500 g. structure of all of Nosological forms prevailed in pathology of central nervous system (31.7%), 2 place-Ophthalmic Pathology (27.4%). the creation of RC is very relevant and effective organizational solution in terms of improving the quality of medical help premature babies.

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A. K Mironova

Z.A. Bashlyaevoy Children city Clinical Hospital

125373, Moscow, Russian Federation

I. M Osmanov

Z.A. Bashlyaevoy Children city Clinical Hospital

125373, Moscow, Russian Federation

N. V Polunina

N.I. Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, Department of public health and public health, health economics

117997, Moscow, Russian Federation

Valery S. Polunin

N.I. Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, Department of public health and public health, health economics

Email: lunapol@yandex.ru
117997, Moscow, Russian Federation
doctor of medical sciences, Professor of public health and health care, health economics “N.I. Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University”, 117997, Moscow, Russian Federation

I. D Maykova

Z.A. Bashlyaevoy Children city Clinical Hospital

125373, Moscow, Russian Federation

E. B Beschetnova

Z.A. Bashlyaevoy Children city Clinical Hospital

125373, Moscow, Russian Federation

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