Bogomolets National Medical University

Department of Internal Medicine №2



Responsible for medical work – Associate Professor Andreev E.V.

The clinical bases of the department are located in the Oleksandrivska City Clinical Hospital in Kyiv, Kyiv City Clinical Hospital No. 9, and in the National Military Medical Clinic “Main Military Clinical Hospital”. Consultative and medical work is widely conducted at the clinical bases of internal medicine №2. The staff of the department constantly carry out medical and diagnostic work in the intensive care, infarct, rheumatological, nephrological and other departments of the OKL in Kyiv. In addition, on the basis of the National Military Medical Clinical Center “Main Military Clinical Hospital” consultative and therapeutic work is carried out in gastroenterology, pulmonology and cardiology clinics.

The Department of Internal Medicine # 2 constantly organizes and conducts conferences.



The main directions of the Department of Internal Medicine №2:

  • Introduction of new treatments for patients with chronic and acute heart failure with the latest drugs
  • Treatment of patients with acute myocardial infarction
  • Treatment of patients with chronic ischemic heart disease
  • Treatment of post-thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension
  • Treatment of RA patients and disease of Bekterev with use of immunobiological therapy
  • Treatment of patients with SLE and kidney damage with nephrotic syndrome



Examination and treatment techniques used in the Department of Internal Medicine №2:


  • Non-invasive measurement of central hemodynamic parameters by the method of aplanational tonometry
  • Modern laboratory diagnostics of the severity of heart failure
  • Modern laboratory diagnostics of acute kidney damage in chronic and acute heart failure
  • Diagnosis of heart rhythm disorders (Holter monitoring, esophageal cardiac pacing)
  • Use of load tests to diagnose chronic ischemic heart disease
  • Application of highly specific immunological research methods for the diagnosis and differential diagnosis of DST, RA
  • Use of MRI for the diagnosis and differential diagnosis of joint damage
  • Ultrasound examination of joints and soft tissues in the diagnosis and differential diagnosis of joint syndrome
  • MRI diagnosis of spine and peripheral joints in a history of adult patients with JRA in history
  • Use of densitometry, cuff test, pulse wave velocity in adult patients with a history of JRA


The Department of Internal Medicine № 2 studies:


  • Impacts of different ways of HR control on exercise tolerance and hemodynamic support in patients with coronary heart disease
  • Evaluation of the prognosis of a patient with severe heart failure using modern laboratory markers
  • Determination of prognosis for the development of hypertension in different categories of patients
  • Determination of prognosis of effects of JRA on cardiovascular system, bone mineral density and psycho-emotional state in adult patients
  • Determination of the effect of immunobiological therapy in patients with seronegative spondyloarthritis on bone mineral density