Therapy translated from Greek means ‘medical treatment’ that is intended to stop negative manifestations of the disease and to improve the patient’s condition. Therapeutic area of the Dobrobut MC Network incorporates various medical specialists working for prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases by pharmaceutical and conservative methods.
The main task of the general practitioner is to monitor the patient's health, prevent the development of the disease, identify the disease in the early stages and provide timely treatment. The GP is skilled to diagnose and prescribe treatment for common diseases of the digestive, cardiovascular, respiratory, endocrine, nervous and immune systems. It is in the GP’s competence to provide recommendations for the prevention and prophylaxis of diseases, including changes in the lifestyle, diet and others.
The therapeutic area of the Dobrobut MC Network offers a full range of therapeutic services from the initial examination and consultation to the inpatient treatment and rehabilitation.
The GP is your first doctor to receive consultation and diagnosis for any health problems. The Dobrobut MC Network is staffed with over 100 general practitioners, who annually consult more than 60,000 patients.
Highly qualified doctors of the Dobrobut MC Network have access to state-of-the-art medical equipment, which allows making accurate diagnosis of almost all internal diseases. Here you can undergo executive checkup and laboratory tests necessary for diagnosis, as well as physiotherapy and rehabilitation procedures guided by a GP.
For making final diagnosis decision and choosing most effective treatment tactics, the GP may refer a patient to consult with medical specialists of the Dobrobut MC Network.
Laboratory testing allows obtaining objective data on the patient’s health status, making a diagnosis and prescribing appropriate treatment. It is laboratory examination that is crucial in detecting many diseases.
Based on the results of the laboratory tests, a doctor can:
The most common laboratory tests prescribed by a doctor for diagnosis in the first place are blood count, biochemical blood panel, blood sugar testing, general urinalysis and coprogram.
Blood count is prescribed to prevent and detect diseases at an early stage, when there are no pronounced symptoms yet.
Blood count provides clinical data on the patient’s overall physical well-being. It allows detecting:
Blood count is usually done on an empty stomach.
Biochemical blood panel provides information about the work of internal organs and body systems. It is prescribed for:
Biochemical blood panel is recommended once in 3-4 years for disease prevention and once a year to monitor development of the chronic disease of internal systems and organs over time. Biochemical blood panel helps determine the treatment effectiveness.
Urinalysis is needed for case follow up and detection of diseases of the kidneys and urinary tract. The results of the urinalysis are helpful for prescribing treatment, while the repeated urinalysis allows assessing its effectiveness.
Coprogram helps detect pathological processes in the digestive system. It is prescribed if a person has any kind of digestive problems. The coprogram gives information about the processes developing inside your body and indicates any disorders in the work of the gastrointestinal tract, liver and gallbladder. Based on the data obtained, the doctor prescribes treatment.
The Dobrobut MC has everything in place to perform comprehensive examination of internal organs and systems. We use modern, effective and patient-safe equipment of the world's leading manufacturers of medical equipment.
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