Orthospine Clinic closely cooperates with a number of Russian and foreign resorts where it organizes rehabilitation on individual schedules.
In the inpatient unit patients undergo postoperative or conservative treatment. Thanks to the use of novel minimally invasive surgery methods, the postoperative period in most cases takes an easy course, and the majority of patients do not need to stay in the Clinic longer than 1-3 days after surgical procedures. We hope that during your stay in this division you will appreciate responsive nursing care (the nurse – patient ratio is 1 nurse to 3–5 patients), flexibility of our operations and our new effective approaches to post-operative pain relief.
We are glad to offer you a stay in comfortable single of double rooms during your inpatient treatment. All the rooms have a lavatory and a shower. There is a TV set, a fridge, a hair-dryer and an electric kettle in each room. Free wi-fi Internet is available. A robe and slippers can be provided.
Nutritious food with a wide selection of meals will satisfy the most delicate tastes. If you have chronic diseases, we are ready to offer you an individual menu based on our dietician’s recommendations.
Smoking is prohibited in the Clinic building. Please treat this requirement with respect.
Your family members and friends can visit you any time from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Should you need a caregiver to stay with you round the clock, please contact our Administrator. We will be happy to help you with that.
Thanks to their vast experience and up-to-date equipment of the operating room, the Clinic’s surgeons can carry out a wide range of surgical procedures with a high guarantee of success. Surgeries performed in our Clinic include spine, bone and joint, maxillofacial and vascular surgeries.
Patients stay in the Intensive Care Room for several hours after a surgical intervention under observation of experienced medical staff. All vital signs are tracked with the help of modern monitoring equipment. The electrocardiogram, respiratory rate and blood oxygen saturation are recorded. Moist oxygen inhalation and patient warming are performed. The average duration of the Intensive Care Room stay is from 30 min to 2 hours. After full regaining of consciousness and vital signs stabilization, patients are moved to the inpatient facility. For 1 or 2 days they can be wear a plastic intravenous catheter for IV drug administration, a urinary catheter, a drain, a peridural catheter (if peridural anesthesia was used).