Doctor information: Vynohradova Tetiana Mykolaivna
- Bogomolets National Medical University
Areas of professional development:
- in 1997 graduated from the Faculty of Paediatrics of O. O. Bogomolets National Medical University in specialty Pediatric Physician;
- in 1998 finished the residency in specialty Paediatrics;
- in 2001 finished the specialty course and earned the title of nephrologist;
- in 2016 finished the pre-certification cycle in nephrology to earn the first qualification grade;
- from 2018 has been a member of Ukrainian Association of Nephrologists;
- attends the nephrological research and practice conference with global participation twice a year;
- attends courses of thematic advanced training on a regular basis; the last courses attended: Diagnostics and treatment of renal diseases of children; Congenital genetic orphan renal diseases of children; HIV/AIDS response: modern integrated approach (1/13-3/6/2020);
- in 2019 participated in the following research integration: Informational letter to the Ministry of Health No. 245-2019 “Urological vaccination in case of a recurrent infection of urinary tracts”.
Priority areas in clinical practice:
- treatment-and-consultation work with children suffering from renal diseases.
- “Interventional diagnostic techniques, CT, MRI, ultrasound, immunohistochemical tests are used more widely. Early nephroprotective therapy is in progress.
- “Patient with chronic, recurrent renal and urinary diseases seek my medical advice.”
- “A good doctor is an attentive professional that possesses the state-of-the-art knowledge, with the wide area of thought. It is a person that loves children.”
- “Balanced diet and evening walk help me stay healthy.”
Tell us about your professional interests other than your specialization:
Hobbies, favorite movies, books:
- “My hobbies are design and sewing. My favorite books are: M. Matios “Beechen land”, B. Pasternak “Doctor Zhivago”.
- “Observe medical recommendations rigidly.”
Advantages of MM 'Dobrobut':
- “The clinic provides comfortable working conditions for the doctors. Patients have the motivation for quick recovery.”