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16:19 | Jan 24 | 2014

Mikhail Tomsky, Director of the Institution Yakut Scientific Center of Complex Medical Problems

 

 

Mikhail Innokentevich Tomsky, Director of the Institution Yakut Scientific Center of Complex Medical Problems

 

Mikhail Tomsky  is the Director of the Institution Yakut Scientific Center of complex medical problems of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, as well as Head of the regional department of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. In 1982 he became a traumatologist in the City Hospital of Yakutsk. From 1985 to 1977 on the basis of the Kurgan Research Institute he passed a clinical internship specialising in “Tran’s osseous compression-distraction osteosynthesis”. In 1987 he became a traumatologist at the Yakut Republican Hospital and in 1989 was Assistant to the Chair of Surgery at the Yakut State University. In 1994 he completed a PhD «The replacement of the cervical vertebrae bodies by carbon implants” and in 1999 he did an MD on “Decompressive- stabilizing operations in surgery of tumors of the vertebral bodies”. In 1999 he was Deputy Director of the Republican Hospital number 1- National Medicine Center and in 2001-2002 became the Deputy Director of the Yakut Research Center of RAMS and the Government of the Republic Sakha (Yakutia). In 2003 he became the Director General of Republican Hospital number 1- National Medicine Center.

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Treatment of severe cold trauma in the coldest region of the world.

 

Mikhael Innokentevich Tomsky 
Yakutia Research Center for Complex Medical Problems SB RAM., Yakutsk, Sakha Republic, Russia

 

The presentation will be given focusing on the advanced treatment of cold trauma in the coldest region of the world, The Sakha Republic. During a period of almost 50 years professor Alekseev has developed new principles of treatment of severe cold trauma. The PhD presented by professor Alekseev «The clinical caracteristics, treatment of the hands cold trauma in Northern regions» was defended in Aktubinsk, Russia, 1973. The last couple of years approximately 125 papers are published in Russian and international peer reviewed journals with focus on the most severe extremity trauma of people who are below 30°C at the starting time of the treatment. The success rate is up to 90 % for saving of life and limbs, using the special principles developed during Alekseevs period in the Research Institute of Yakutsk. The results and principles behind them will be described in detail during the Invited presentation.

 

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