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the Russian health system works by imitating the rules of military medicine



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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Russia’s health system is currently governed by the principles of military medicine, said Russian Public Health Minister Mikhail Murashko.

“The health system is working today in accordance with the principles of military medicine,” he said, speaking at the National Patient Congress XI.

He also noted that, along with scientists, innovative ideas that need to be put into practice are being explored.

At a recent meeting of the Russian government, Murashko explained that he had begun to study military medicine, especially the principles of mobilization of medical personnel and providing step by step support.

The beds are subdivided into beds for patients with a yet to be confirmed diagnosis; those with an oxygen supply and those for treatment during recovery and located in different parts of the medical center.


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