Department of oncology
MEDICAL AND ADVISORY WORK
Responsible Officer: Oleg I. Sidorchuk, Candidate of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor, 097-371-85-76, email@example.com
Clinical Departments of Departments: Kyiv City Clinical Oncology Center. Address: Verkhovyna 69., National Cancer Institute. st. Lomonosova 33/43, Kyiv Clinical Hospital on Railway Transport # 3 of the branch “Health Center” of the public joint stock company “Ukrainian Railway”, str. Simferopolskaya, 8
Newest technologies: genetic testing of hereditary cancer gene mutations.
Direction of medical work of the department: thoracic oncology, oncogynecology, oncology, general oncology, chemotherapy of cancer patients
Medical staff categories (10 – higher, 1-a 0, 2-a – 1)
The Department of Oncology is based at the National Institute of Cancer and Surgical, Thoracic and Gynecological Departments of the Kyiv City Clinical Oncology Center. The Department of Oncology has expanded the flow of patients with diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, lungs, female genital organs, which allows to increase the level of the educational process, to acquaint students with this pathology.
Each year, the department’s staff performs more than 700 complex surgical interventions for tumors of the abdominal cavity, female genital organs, breast, skin and soft tissues. Assistants, PhD students, clinical interns, interns assist doctors in assisting with operations; more than 1,000 assists are performed annually.
In the polyclinic of the Kyiv City Clinical Oncology Center and Cancer Institute, the staff of the Oncology Department annually consults about 8,500 patients about tumors and tumors of the abdominal cavity, female genital organs, breast, skin and soft tissues.
The staff of the department conduct visits, consult patients in the departments of the Kyiv City Clinical Oncology Center, the National Cancer Institute and hospitals of Kyiv and other cities of Ukraine.
During its existence, the Department of Oncology of the Bogomolets NMU has gone a long way from its foundation to the present. For more than 30 years, the department has created a stable team of like-minded doctors, educators and scientists, which by virtue of solving the problems facing modern medicine, in particular – oncology. At present, the bases of the department are the National Cancer Institute and the Kyiv City Clinical Clinical Center – medical institutions with powerful medical and diagnostic support. Since the founding of the Department of Oncology, her staff took an active part in patients with tumors of the lungs and mediastinum, gastrointestinal tract, genitals, breast, skin, tumors of the organs of the head and neck, musculoskeletal, hematopoietic tissue, which is a significant level , made it possible to introduce students to this pathology. For nearly forty years, the department has performed over 3000 surgical interventions for tumors of the gastrointestinal tract, liver, pancreas, retroperitoneal space, female genital organs, breast, skin and soft tissues, etc., many of which were extremely complex and some even unique not only in Ukraine but also in the world.
In the polyclinics of the Kyiv City Clinical Oncology Center and the National Cancer Institute, the staff of the Oncology Department annually consults more than 8,500 patients about pre-neoplastic diseases and malignancies of different locations, and during the existence of the department this figure amounted to almost 300,000! In addition, the department staff provides practical assistance to the medical service of Kyiv and other cities of Ukraine.
Modernity is making new demands on the level of medical care provided to cancer patients. Therefore, the staff of the department actively develops and implements reconstructive and restorative operations on the breast, segment-oriented liver resection, radiofrequency ablation and electro-chemical lysis of liver metastases, new modifications of radical surgical interventions on the peritoneum. surgery on the breast and female genital organs, sphincter-sparing treatment of patients with rectal cancer.