Approved volumes of medical care within the framework of compulsory health insurance.

An approved state task for high-tech medical care not included in the basic program of compulsory medical insurance.

Approved volumes of primary specialized health care for 2023 within the framework of compulsory medical insurance for the Federal State Budgetary Institution "FTSSSH" of the Ministry of Health of Russia (Astrakhan):

Advisory reception

cardiologist: visits (adults - 1800, children - 450), appeals (adults - 250, children - 10);
pediatrician: visits - 2; appeals - 2;
cardio-vascular surgeon: visits - 30, appeals - 5;
obstetrician-gynecologist: 5;
urologist: 50;
neurologist: visits - 300; appeals - 35;
endocrinologist: visits - 100, appeals - 5
Individual diagnostic studies:

computed tomography: 1400;
magnetic resonance imaging: 360;
ultrasound examinations of the cardiovascular system: 2900;
endoscopic examinations: 100.
Telemedicine: 1400.

Approved volumes of specialized medical care for 2023 within the framework of compulsory medical insurance for the Federal State Budgetary Institution “FTSSSH” of the Ministry of Health of Russia (Astrakhan):

Specialized medical care in a day hospital, all of them:

Cardiovascular surgery: 110;
Cardiology (adults): 66;
Specialized medical care in a 24-hour hospital:
Pediatric cardiology: 10;
Cardiology (adults): 153;
Therapy: 128;
Cardiovascular Surgery: 1946;
Thoracic surgery: 17;
Surgery: 53;
Other: 10.

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Section I. The list of types of high-tech medical care included in the basic program of compulsory medical insurance, the financial provision of which is carried out at the expense of subventions from the budget of the Federal Compulsory Medical Insurance Fund to the budgets of territorial compulsory medical insurance funds, budget allocations from the budget of the Federal Compulsory Medical Insurance Fund to medical organizations, the functions and powers of the founders in respect of which are carried out by the Government of the Russian Federation or federal executive bodies 2023 1707
37. Coronary myocardial revascularization using angioplasty in combination with stenting in coronary heart disease - balloon vasodilation with the installation of 1 stent in the vessel (vessels) 2
38. Coronary myocardial revascularization using angioplasty in combination with stenting in coronary heart disease - balloon vasodilation with the installation of 2 stents in the vessel (vessels) 2
39. Coronary myocardial revascularization using angioplasty in combination with stenting in coronary heart disease - balloon vasodilation with the installation of 3 stents in the vessel (vessels) 1
40. Coronary myocardial revascularization using angioplasty in combination with stenting in coronary heart disease - balloon vasodilation with the installation of 3 stents in the vessel (vessels) 6
41. Coronary myocardial revascularization using angioplasty in combination with stenting in coronary heart disease - balloon vasodilation with the installation of 2 stents in the vessel (vessels) 2
42. Coronary myocardial revascularization using angioplasty in combination with stenting in coronary heart disease - balloon vasodilation with the installation of 3 stents in the vessel (vessels) 2
43. Coronary myocardial revascularization using angioplasty in combination with stenting in coronary heart disease with the installation of 1 stent - balloon vasodilation with the installation of 1 stent in the vessel 720
44. Coronary myocardial revascularization using angioplasty in combination with stenting in coronary heart disease with the installation of 2 stents - balloon vasodilation with the installation of 2 stents in the vessel (vessels) 350
45. Coronary myocardial revascularization using angioplasty in combination with stenting for coronary heart disease with the installation of 3 stents - balloon vasodilation with the installation of 3 stents in the vessel (vessels) 120

46. Coronary angioplasty with stenting with intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) and assessment of fractionated coronary reserve and pressure gradient on coronary artery stenosis (FFR) (1 stent) - balloon vasodilation and (or) stenting with the installation of 1 stent in a vessel using methods intravascular imaging and (or) in combination with an assessment of the hemodynamic significance of stenosis according to the physiological assessment of coronary blood flow (PRF or MFR) in coronary heart disease

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47. Coronary angioplasty with stenting in multivessel disease with intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) and assessment of fractionated coronary reserve and pressure gradient on coronary artery stenosis (FFR) (2 stents) - balloon vasodilation and (or) stenting with the installation of 2 stents in the vessel using methods of intravascular imaging and (or) in combination with an assessment of the hemodynamic significance of stenosis according to the physiological assessment of coronary blood flow (PRF or MFR) in coronary heart disease 10
48. Coronary angioplasty with stenting in multivessel disease with intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) and assessment of fractionated coronary reserve and pressure gradient on coronary artery stenosis (FFR) (3 stents) - balloon vasodilation and (or) stenting with installation of 3 stents in the vessel using methods of intravascular imaging and (or) in combination with an assessment of the hemodynamic significance of stenosis according to the physiological assessment of coronary blood flow (PRF or MFR) in coronary heart disease 7
49. Endovascular, surgical correction of cardiac arrhythmias without implantation of a cardioverter-defibrillator in adults - implantation of a frequency-adapted single-chamber pacemaker 66
50. Endovascular, surgical correction of cardiac arrhythmias without implantation of a cardioverter-defibrillator in children - implantation of a frequency-adapted single-chamber pacemaker 7
51. Endovascular, surgical correction of cardiac arrhythmias without implantation of a cardioverter-defibrillator - implantation of a frequency-adapted two-chamber pacemaker 359
52. Endovascular thromboextraction in acute ischemic stroke - endovascular mechanical thromboextraction and (or) thromboaspiration 2
53. Coronary myocardial revascularization using coronary artery bypass grafting in ischemic disease and various forms of comorbidity - coronary artery bypass grafting under artificial blood supply / coronary artery bypass grafting on a beating heart without the use of cardiopulmonary bypass 39
Section II. The list of types of high-tech medical care not included in the basic program of compulsory medical insurance, the financial support of which is carried out at the expense of subsidies from the budget of the Federal Compulsory Medical Insurance Fund to federal state institutions and medical organizations of the private healthcare system, budgetary allocations from the federal budget in order to provide subsidies to the budgets of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation Federation to co-finance expenses arising from the provision of high-tech medical care to citizens of the Russian Federation and budget allocations from the budgets of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation in 2023 3688
54. Coronary revascularization of the myocardium with the use of coronary artery bypass grafting in ischemic disease and various forms of comorbidity 1001
55. Endovascular, surgical correction of cardiac arrhythmias without implantation of a cardioverter-defibrillator 1147
56. Surgical and endovascular correction of diseases of the main arteries / Radical and hemodynamic correction of congenital malformations of the septa, heart chambers and connections of the main vessels 674
57. Surgical treatment of congenital, rheumatic and non-rheumatic heart valve defects, heart tumors 410
58. Endovascular treatment of congenital, rheumatic and non-rheumatic heart valve defects, heart tumors - transcatheter heart valve replacement 17
59. Surgical treatment of chronic heart failure 53
60. Endovascular, surgical correction of cardiac arrhythmias with implantation of a cardioverter-defibrillator 91
61. Radical and hemodynamic correction of congenital malformations of the septa, heart chambers and connections of the main vessels in children under 1 year old 196
62. Surgical correction of heart valve lesions in repeated multivalve prosthetics 59
63. Endovascular correction of diseases of the aorta and main arteries 17
65. Modulation of cardiac contractility 5
66. Endovascular occlusion of the left atrial appendage 8
67. Transvenous extraction of endocardial leads in patients with implantable devices 10
Section III. A list of types of high-tech medical care using a number of unique methods of treatment used in cardiovascular surgery and organ transplantation, the financial provision of which is carried out at the expense of budgetary allocations from the budget of the Federal Compulsory Medical Insurance Fund for financial support for the provision of specialized, including high-tech, medical care to insured persons assistance provided by medical organizations, the functions and powers of the founders in respect of which are carried out by the Government of the Russian Federation or federal executive bodies 70
Open prosthesis of the ascending aorta and the entire aortic arch with reimplantation of all brachiocephalic branches into the prosthesis, with and without implantation of a hybrid prosthesis in the descending aorta using the FET technique, with or without intervention on the heart valves or myocardial revascularization and other combined interventions 20
Open prosthesis of the ascending aorta from mini-sternotomy or mini-thoracotomy with or without intervention on the aortic valve, aortic arch with and without implantation of a hybrid prosthesis in the descending aorta using the FET technique and other combined interventions 30

Endovascular correction of diseases of the aorta and main arteries (thoracic aorta)

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Endovascular correction of diseases of the aorta and main arteries (abdominal aorta) 10

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