Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care №2
The Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care №2 of Pediatric Surgery deals with postsurgical treatment of children of all age groups (from 1 day to 15 years) with congenital malformations of the gastrointestinal tract, as well as with other emergency and planned surgical pathology. In the department there is an isolator for 2 resuscitation sites, as well as a small operating room. Annually in our department about 500 patients with congenital malformations of the gastrointestinal tract from Minsk, different regions of Belarus and other countries of the world receive high-tech specialized care.
The Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care №2 (with the group of extracorporeal circulation) of pediatric surgery deals with all kinds of anesthesia in children of different age groups, carrying out anesthesia for children with congenital heart defects, heart rhythm disorders, congenital malformations of the abdominal cavity, lungs, purulent inflammatory diseases of skin and subcutaneous tissue, planned and emergency operations on the heart and organs of the abdominal cavity.
The group of extracorporeal circulation is engaged in carrying out artificial circulation in children with congenital heart defects and respiratory organs of all age groups, providing renal replacement therapy (artificial kidney).
Annually about 600 patients with congenital heart disease, about 5000 children with diseases of the abdominal cavity, lungs, skin and subcutaneous fat receive high-tech specialized care in our department.
Due to longstanding and successful work of the team, the clinic has accumulated a unique experience of intensive care of any complexity, including:
complex and high-tech intensive care
after reconstructive surgery for children of different age groups from the period of newborn to 15 years
application of new methods of artificial ventilation:
non-invasive ventilation, oscillatory ventilation.
carrying out artificial circulation in conditions of
normo-, moderate and deep hypothermia in children of all age groups.
cardiovascular arrest, selective brachiocephalic perfusion.
postoperative analgesia without narcotic drugs with the help of epidural anesthesia
parenteral nutrition in children with 'small intestine' syndrome