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Sklif 21 January 2015 1 47
Sergey needs a kidney transplant, again! He has a life-threatening condition called chronic renal deficiency. He’s been on the organ donor waiting list, hoping a new kidney will restore his health. However, when he finally had his operation it was all in vain: the kidney had to be removed. Now, two years after that ordeal, a new donor kidney has been found for Sergey.
After the previous experience, however, the patient is apprehensive about having new surgery and is struggling to stay optimistic. Luckily for him, this time he has a better chance as he’s been admitted to Russia’s most famous hospital, the Sklifosovsky Institute. Its transplant surgeons are among the best in the country and they are determined to make it work this time.
Sklif, a new series on RTD, provides an exclusive look inside the famous Sklifosovsky Institute. It's known to every Muscovite, and many Russians too. With the best equipment and medical specialists in the country, it represents the pinnacle of emergency medicine. The hospital's Emergency Intensive Care Unit is the clinic's busiest unit, with doctors and nurses tending to those whose lives are hanging by a thread. Watch the film in Russian.
Klim suffers from epilepsy. A seizure may happen at any moment and lead to a serious injury or even death. In many cases epilepsy can be managed with medication, however Klim’s condition requires brain surgery. After weighing up the options in their native Kazakhstan and abroad, his family settled on Russia’s Sklifosovsky Institute to carry out the operation.
Sklifosovsky Institute, aka Sklif: Europe's largest research and development facility for emergency medical care, complete with a hospital, research labs, surgery rooms, burn treatment facility and much more. Here, battles against death are fought every minute of every day. It takes the best to win.
Tatyana has a brain tumour and does not yet know whether it is benign or malignant. What is certain, however, is that she needs surgery. Her family is worried about the outcome and prognosis, but are reassured that she’ll be operated on in Sklifosovsky Institute – Russia’s best-known hospital.
Ekaterina is a young mum with a toddler. She recently discovered that her heart could fail her at any moment. Her only hope is an organ transplant. The surgery is dangerous and carries many risks, but her family is optimistic. They have faith in the skills and expertise of Sklif’s doctors.
Ekaterina is a young woman who has been suffering from a serious kidney disease for half her life. She has been dependent on dialysis for the last six years. Finally, after waiting for a donor organ for 2.5 years, it’s her operation day. She is hoping that following surgery she can lead a normal life and start a family.
Vyacheslav is suffering from a rare genetic disorder that causes abnormal bone growth. This results in his body being painfully disfigured, but worse than that, it causes damage to his internal organs. Will Sklif surgeon Evgeny Tarabrin be able to perform the operation other doctors refuse to do?
It’s a busy night shift for Sklif’s doctors. A depressed musician has been put into a coma by mixing his prescription medication with alcohol. He was discovered by his wife who called an ambulance, and he’s now in the hands of Sklif’s resuscitation specialists. At the same time, a young man with multiple stab wounds is admitted. His mother is also there and she needs reassurance.
Even the most rational doctors have their superstitions. Sklif’s emergency room specialist Andrey insists that whenever he works the first shift, it is always busy, with at least three patients to take care of. When he tells his co-workers, they don’t believe him. Was he right to warn them?
In this episode, doctors from Sklif’s intensive care unit are trying to save the life of a man whose heart and lungs are failing. Meanwhile they must also figure out whether a young woman brought to hospital in a severely intoxicated state is telling the truth about having been assaulted by the police.
The doctors and nurses in Sklif’s emergency department are preparing equipment prior to their shift when a man in his 60s is brought in by ambulance. The patient is in serious condition and they suspect a problem with his aorta. To make a precise diagnosis, they need to conduct an ultrasound.
Soslan is a young man but he has already had several near-death experiences. Born prematurely, he immediately contracted a life-threatening disease. Ten years later he was one of the survivors of the Beslan school siege. Now, once again, he’s fighting for his life as he needs a liver transplant.
Three years ago Viktoria discovered she was seriously ill. For a long time doctors were unable to arrive at a correct diagnosis and she was close to having her spleen removed. But then it was established she had cirrhosis of the liver caused by genetic predisposition and a disease she had when she was five years old.