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More than 250 babies have already been born in the perinatal center of Vladivostok

Since the opening of the marginal perinatal center, 252 baby was born in it, and 812 residents of Primorye have already applied for medical help. According to the Health Department of Primorye, 252 of 64 mothers in need of surgical intervention. Total to the world appeared 252 child, told RIA PrimaMedia in the press service of the Primorsky Territory Administration.

According to the vice-governor of Primorye, Pavel Serebryakov, the perinatal center is just preparing to reach full working capacity.

"The main part of the departments has already been launched and is working, but at the same time, work is underway to launch other areas of the center's work, including the opening of a children's clinic," noted Pavel Serebryakov.

On the territory of the perinatal center, the department of pregnancy pathology, children's and adult resuscitation, a day hospital, the department of the pathology of newborns and premature babies, where currently 14 babies are receiving treatment, are already operating. The catamnesis cabinet has already begun its work, where they provide highly qualified medical care to premature babies. In addition, the center has a consultative and diagnostic department for the protection of women's reproductive health.

The regional perinatal center was opened in Vladivostok on September 2. Its main task is to provide high-tech medical care to women and newborns with severe pathology.

According to the Governor of Primorye, Vladimir Miklushevsky, the appearance of such an institution in Primorye will help to realize one of the main goals - to make high-quality medical services in the field of women's and children's health accessible to residents of even the most isolated areas of the region.

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