“The Department employs highly qualified doctors trained in leading European clinics (Austria, Germany, Russia, France and the United States) and medical staff: 5 med. sisters with the highest category, 2-have 1 category and 1 – the second.
The Department is designed for 25 beds, 2-bed wards with all amenities, equipped with modern functional beds and devices for calling medical staff, individual monitoring of vital functions of the body. All wards are equipped with individual toilets and showers.
The main directions of medical, operational activities of the Department of women’s diseases are planned organ-preserving surgical interventions in various pathologies of the pelvic organs, mainly laparoscopic access.
For 12 years, the doctors of the Department held more than 20 master classes and conferences with international participation. On a regular basis, doctors of the Department provide practical assistance with travel to the regions of Kazakhstan. More than 50 publications in scientific and popular science publications published in 12 years.
“Operations on uterine appendages and infertility:
• Laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgery for tubal and uterine factor infertility.
II. Operations on the uterine appendages:
• Removal of ovarian cysts, fallopian tubes in sacto -, hydrosalpinx.
III. Operations on the uterus:
• Conservative myomectomy or removal of myomatous nodes (with any size and different localization of myomatous nodes)
• Laparoscopic amputation of uterus.
• Laparoscopic hysterectomy.
IV. Operations in severe forms of endometriosis
• Laparoscopic coagulation and removal of endometriosis foci.
• Removal of foci of endometriosis, including retrocervical endometriosis.
V. Surgery for prolapse and prolapse of the genitals and urinary incontinence:
• Traditional anterior plastic, posterior plastic with levatoroplasty, median colporraphy.Laparoscopic promontofixation in apical prolapse.
• Pelvic floor reconstructive surgery for prolapse using mesh prostheses.
• Surgical correction of stress urinary incontinence using a synthetic loop.
• Manchester operation.
• Aesthetic plastic surgery on the vagina.
VI. Minimally invasive technologies in the diagnosis and surgical treatment of intrauterine pathology:
• Hysteroresectoscopy (using a bipolar hysteroresectoscope) of polyps, myomatous nodes, intrauterine septa, synechiae.
• Correction of uterine factor of infertility (dissection of intrauterine synechiae and septa).
• Ablation of the endometrium.
VII. Surgical correction of malformations of the genital organs.
• Elimination of vaginal atresia or stricture
VIII. Gynecology of children and adolescents.”