29% of Russian schoolchildren would like to work in the field of game development, reports Gazeta.ru, citing data from a survey of 2,000 pupils from the sixth to the ninth year. & nbsp;
38% of those surveyed rated this field as promising for building a career. & nbsp;
In addition, 76% of school children would like to see lessons or additional lessons on game development. & nbsp;
Among the possible barriers to a career in the gaming industry, respondents cited parental disapproval (21%), as well as lack of confidence. information on where to study to work on making games (17%). 6% of those surveyed believe that it will be difficult to get specialized training in this field and to find a job. & Nbsp;
Previously it was reported that the TechMoscow team of the Moscow children's school technopark; won silver in an international competition on artificial intelligence for children.
It has also become known that the Ministry of Digital Sciences is considering launching a service that allows applicants to refuse to confirm their achievements on paper form upon entry into the universities.
Soyuz-2.1b launcher launched the Fregat upper stage into Earth orbit with a military device. The exact purpose of the launched device is kept secret. But, according to a number of Russian and foreign sources, it is a satellite of the Kupol space system, also known as the Tundra. It will be part of the Unified Space System Dome. AiF.ru figured out what, how and why the army was sent into space.
What is the CEN “ Dome '' ?
The CEN was established by the Russian Defense Ministry since the mid-2000s as a replacement for the Oko-1 ballistic missile launch detection system satellite, which ceased to function in 2014. & nbsp;
The system includes Tundra satellites: the first two & mdash; Cosmos-2510 & mdash; were launched in 2015, Cosmos-2518 & mdash; in 2017 and Cosmos-2541 in 2019. By 2022, the Dome is expected to consist of nine satellites.
EKS consists of four types of satellites: optical-electronic, radio and radar reconnaissance system, marine reconnaissance and target designation system, missile attack warning devices and communication satellites. These satellites will be able to detect enemy ships anywhere in the oceans and point them with Caliber and Dagger missiles. and “ Zircon. & # 39; & # 39;
According to representatives of the RF Armed Forces, the creation of the EKS will significantly reduce the detection time of ballistic missile launches, as well as significantly increase the reliability and efficiency of the delivery of information on them. missile threats against the country's rulers, state control centers and the armed forces. & nbsp;
What is the tundra?
'Tundra' devices (Kosmos-2552) are expected to replace the satellites of the OKO-1 system, which was only able to detect the torch of a launch ballistic missile. The determination of the trajectory fell to the ground services, which considerably increased the time required to collect the information. Tundra system itself determines the parameters of the ballistic trajectory of the missile and the probable zone of destruction. Also, 'Tundra' record launches and trajectories not only of ballistic missiles, but also, for example, of missiles launched from submarines. These are the so-called fifth generation vehicles. & Nbsp;
The satellite also has a combat control system, that is, through it you can give a signal to retaliate. Experts estimate that after the launch of this satellite, the Russian military group in space will have almost one hundred percent coverage of Earth's territory. & Nbsp;
What is the Soyuz 2.1b launcher?
Soyuz launcher & mdash; this is a mid-weight, multi-functional launcher that was introduced in 1966 and has been a workaholic ever since. Soviet/Russian space program. It is capable of launching civilian and military satellites, as well as performing cargo and manned missions to the ISS. & Nbsp;
Several variations of the Soyuz launcher have been developed over the decades. “ Union 2.1b '' & mdash; one of its latest upgrades belonging to the Soyuz-2 missile family. Two days ago, it launched a new nodal module, the Berth, into orbit, which will be added to the ISS.
The rocket consists of three stages, all disposable. Dimensions “ Union 2.1b '' are approximately 46.3 meters high and 2.95 meters in diameter. The total take-off weight is approximately 312,000 kg. The payload of a rocket in low earth orbit ranges from 6,600 to 7,400 kg, depending on the launch site.
Note that the brightest moment of the launch of the Soyuz-2 rocket is the separation of the blocks of the first stage. This happens about 2 minutes after launch. The side blocks form a pattern in the sky known as the royal cross. (named after Sergei Korolev, a very important figure in the space program and in the history of the USSR). The first stage of the Soyuz 2.1b launcher consists of four accelerators with RD-107A engines. Each side thruster has two deflecting thrusters which are used for flight control.
The central main stage is driven by an RD-108A engine and the upper stage is fitted with an RD-0124 engine. 0124 at this level is that he starts his engine before the stages are separated. This process is called “hot sharing”.
The United States & # 39; s sixth generation F/A-XX fighter can destroy satellites in space. So far, only the concept of a fighter has been demonstrated, and experts believe that such a plane can be created in the near future. AiF.ru figured out what and why this time the yet-to-be-created plane threatens its enemies. & Nbsp;
In the video, which showcases the capabilities of the new aircraft, the drawn fighter moves above the clouds. Let's take a closer look. In shape, it looks like a regular triangle, i.e. with equal sides. Two corners are wings, one corner is a nose. The fighter doesn't have a tail as such – it's such a short machine. There are two additional small wings – much like the mini-fins on a shark. The supposed location of the pilot is highlighted by a clear convex glass.
& nbsp; Now the words about suborbital flights are a reality. The main problem is the high cost of such projects, but this has never scared the military. If the device doesn't need to be descended to Earth, it's even easier to craft. Perhaps the hunter will launch drones capable of destroying satellites – it is more economical and reasonable.
& nbsp; In September, the head of the US Air Force Combat Air Command, General Mark Kelly, in an interview with Defense News, spoke about the secret program for the creation of sixth generation fighters called Next Generation Air Dominance. . A full-scale NGAD demonstrator has been reported to have made its maiden flight, with & nbsp; and it would have “progressed much further than many aerospace analysts predicted.”
& nbsp; Previously new concept fighter appeared on Twitter from one of the project participants. He in turn pulled it out of a brochure. & Nbsp;
The US Army has two separate next-generation air supremacy programs with a $ 1 billion investment: one for the Navy to replace the F/A-18 Super Hornet, and another for the Air Force to decommission the F-22.
& nbsp; According to the video statement, the hunter will destroy the satellites because Russia and China are making their sixth generation fighters and these programs have become “more obvious.” Let us recall them. & Nbsp;
In China, the developers of the Aviation Industry Corporation of China presented a sixth generation fighter. It is already under development and will likely be built in the near future. So far, only a prototype of the aircraft exists. The Chinese do not disclose any characteristics, they only give the conclusion that he is in the sixth generation. & Nbsp; In the construction of aircraft engines, China clearly lags behind world leaders, which casts doubt on the veracity of the information presented. & Nbsp;
& nbsp; As for Russia, in June 2016 UAC Military Aviation Programs CEO Vladimir Mikhailov announced the development of a promising sixth-generation fighter. As military-industrial commission board member Sergei Smirnov said this summer, artificial intelligence technologies will be widely used in Russia's sixth-generation fighter. However, we did not find any images of the novelty. According to Smirnov, the development cycle of new-generation aircraft takes many years: the creation of the aircraft itself takes five to seven years, and the engine – & mdash; much more. By the way, it was reported that the sixth generation of the American fighter crippled Russian experts.
& nbsp; Now, the fifth generation fighter Checkmate is at the forefront of military public relations – news and videos about it are published regularly.
& nbsp; In general, interest in the military side of space and the tension in this region is literally growing every day. There are claims that Russia is testing its weapons in space, that the Americans have their own developments directed against foreign satellites. It seems that the battles of the countries will be fought at a height.
& nbsp; Besides, as Dmitry Rogozin said in one of his interviews, in a war each side will strive to destroy exactly satellites in order to deprive the enemy of the navigation and communication. A smart decision is to grab the mail and telegraphs, so to speak.
& nbsp; However, it is possible that the satellites are destroyed by some kind of space debris. A fragment will cause the destruction of one object, and its fragments will begin to destroy others, leading to a man-made disaster. But the likelihood of such an outcome is extremely low, scientists reassure us. Although it increases with the increase in the number of satellites in orbit.
& nbsp; Info Source: & nbsp; https: //www.youtube.com/ & nbsp;
The Digital Science Ministry plans to launch a service by 2023 that will allow applicants to decline to confirm their achievements in paper form upon entering universities, reports TASS.
As explained by the Deputy Minister of the Ministry Dmitry Afanasyev, We are talking about the service “ Verified portfolio of the applicant. & # 39; & # 39;
According to him, this year the function will be partially implemented and tested.
Recall that this year it became available to Moscow schoolchildren a service where their learning results and other achievements are stored. The data is divided into four categories: Studies, Science, Sports and 'Creativity'.
Thursday, November 25, on the site of the scientific laboratory` `Digital technologies for tariff regulation '' & # 39; and NMC “Graduate School of Tariff Regulation” At the Russian University of Economics Plekhanov, with the support of the Center for the Development of Competition of the Moscow Polytechnic Research Institute, the Scientific Conference and international practice “ State and perspectives for the development of the digital environment in the sphere of solid Municipal waste management. Circular economy. & # 39;
The conference addressed a number of issues related to the prospects for the development of the digital environment in the field of municipal solid waste management (DSM), as well as the implementation of the task related to the creation of 39; a circular economy. The event was international in nature, the conference brought together representatives from Switzerland, Sweden, Kazakhstan, as well as leading specialists from specialized organizations and experts in the field of digitization and circular economy (ECE) of various regions of Russia.
d. t. n., professor, director of the NMC “ Higher School of Tariff Regulation & # 39; & # 39; RAISE them. G.V. Plekhanova Sergey Belyaev and executive director of the Association for the Promotion of the Circular Economy “ Resource & # 39; & # 39; Albina Dudareva . The conference was moderated by deputy principal of the NMC Higher School of Tariff Regulation RAISE them. G.V. Plekhanov, Ph.D. Sci., Associate Professor Ivan Kapitonov and Head of the Scientific Laboratory “ Digital Technologies for Tariff Regulation '' RAISE them. G.V. Plekhanova, Ph.D. n.m. Vladimir Podoprigore .
Prospects for the formation of a circular economy
More than 20 participants made reports, which in their speeches discussed the state and issues of the development of the digital environment in the field of sound municipal waste management, as well as the prospects for training and development of a circular economy.
Vladislav Zhukov, member of the Council for Agro-Industrial Complex and Environmental Management of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation , in his speech addressed the collection, processing and structuring of information from market players and noted the importance of forming an industry data standard.
Alexander Zakondyrin, Chairman of the Public Council of the Ministry of Natural Resources of the Russian Federation disclosed the topic of safe handling of class 1-2 waste and the operation of the FSIS OPVK system from the point of view of principles openness and transparency. Managing Director of the Russian production company Big Three Artem Sedov underlined the new technical means of control during the transport of waste, highlighting the Digital Ecology project. Leonid Isakov, director of the information department of the public law company Russian Ecological Operator , reported on the state of digitization in the field of municipal solid waste management.
Sodnom Budatarov, Ph.D. D., associate professor of the legal support department of the state and municipal service of RANEPA , revealed the topic of the introduction of a new concept of Extended Producer Responsibility in Russia and spoke in detail about the foreign experience in this area. Konstantin Parmenenkov, Ph.D. D., Principal Investigator at the Center for Tariff Regulation in the Sphere of MSW Management , gave a presentation on creating a secondary resource exchange. In his speech, he drew attention to the creation and development of an exchange mechanism for the treatment of DSM, which allows market mechanisms to be established and out of the secondary commodity market from phantom circulation, which will have a positive effect on the development of the principles of EZC and 'green' economy. & nbsp;
Vladimir Podoprigora in his closing speech summarized the results of the event, noting the extreme relevance, richness of information, high qualifications and level of competence speakers, as well as a fruitful and positive working atmosphere.
The competition committee of the Ministry of Education and Science has summarized the results of the selection for the competition. Granting of grants for state support to National Technology Initiative (NTI) Competence Centers based on higher education scientific institutions and bodies.
What are end-to-end technologies?
Out of 19 applications approved by the competition committee, 5 laureates were selected. The assessment was carried out on the basis of scientific and technological potential, prospects for development in the real sector of the economy, as well as experience in the protection of intellectual rights on their developments. The concept of NTI Competence Centers is largely based on the concept of end-to-end technologies: they are game-changers in existing markets and create new industries. Examples of & mdash; artificial intelligence, big data and wireless technology. And for our time, the most important end-to-end technologies are electricity, telephony and, of course, the internet. & Nbsp;
In 2022, the NTI competence centers will begin to operate, which will create technological solutions and educational programs in hydrogen technologies, molecular engineering and bionics, the interaction technologies of confidence and technologies for the modeling and development of functional materials with specified properties. Through the National Science and Universities Project up to 650 million rubles will be allocated to each of them within five years. & nbsp;
Four of the five NTI Competence Centers that passed the competitive selection for the Year of Science and Technology represent strong regional science associations. The development of a regional network of universities and research centers is necessary to strengthen the country's economy and create new jobs.
What will the new NTI competence centers do?
Among the winning projects, two are located in Novosibirsk. In the first of these, scientists will improve hydrogen technologies for transport and the fuel and energy complex, in the second & mdash; will be engaged in creating improved materials for various industries. & nbsp;
Hydrogen energy & mdash; a very promising industry. In the future, cars using hydrogen as fuel will be in demand just like electric cars. This will reduce the amount of harmful emissions to the atmosphere, because when this gas is burned, only water vapor is formed. NTI Competence Center for Hydrogen Technologies is scheduled to open at the Catalysis Institute of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Industrial technologies for producing hydrogen with a low carbon footprint will be developed here, and the main task of the Center will be the development of technologies for the construction of hydrogen refueling stations. & Nbsp;
The second grant went to Novosibirsk State University. The NTI Competence Center “ Technologies for the modeling and development of functional materials with specified properties '' new materials will be created & mdash; their structure can be controlled at the micro level, and the production of the materials themselves will be organized using digital methods. The range of their application is very wide & mdash; aeronautical and space industries, consumer market segment, etc. & nbsp;
The third winner was Samara State Medical University (SamSMU). Based on the results of the competition committee, the NTI competence center “ Bionic Engineering in Medicine '' will be open there. Bioengineering & mdash; one of the key business areas of this university. The bioimplants developed and patented by its scientists are used in dentistry, traumatology, otolaryngology and cosmetology. This year, for the first time in Russia, an operation was performed using stents created at the university. Today, the consortium that will implement the NTI Competence Center program includes 10 leading universities, three RAS institutes, 18 companies and three service organizations. And the core of the consortium & mdash; SamSMU.
As part of the development of the SamSMU Competence Center in 2022 & ndash; 2026. The implementation of a number of projects on bionic engineering in medicine is planned. An infrastructure will also be created for the development of biomedicine projects for ambitious young scientists. It will include a laboratory for 3D modeling of the human body, a center for biomedical cellular products, a distributed laboratory for the design of bioprostheses, and a design laboratory for the “smart”. clothes.
In addition, during the Year of Science and Technology, Samara State Medical University became one of the universities participating in the Priority 2030 program along with the track “ Territorial and (or) industrial leadership ''. The purpose of this program is & mdash; to form a group of universities that will become leaders in the creation of new scientific knowledge, technologies and developments to be implemented in the Russian economy and social sphere. Universities participating in the program will develop and disseminate best practices in research, innovation and educational activities throughout the higher education system.
Two more winners of the Ministry of Education & mdash; NTI Competence Center in Molecular Engineering in Life Sciences (it will be opened on the basis of the Federal Research Center “ Fundamental Foundations of Biotechnology '' of the Russian Academy of Sciences) and the NTI Competence Center in the direction of “ Trusted Interaction Technologies '' (at Tomsk State University of Radio and Control Systems).
What has already been done by the existing Centers?
Now thanks to the national 'Sciences and Universities' project in the country, the activities of 16 NTI competence centers are funded. All of them are focused on creating disruptive technologies in various sectors of the economy.
For example, in the NTI Competence Center on the basis of the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech), wireless communication technologies and the Internet of Things are being developed. Among the projects already implemented & mdash; Autonomous private 5G network built in a Russian communication station. It will allow large companies to build their own 5G networks for industry, production and transportation of oil, gas, coal and other minerals. Today, Skoltech scientists are developing algorithms and methods for the 6G communication standard. It will be able to transfer huge amounts of data with a latency limit of just one microsecond. This will make possible, for example, unmanned public transport, and internet connection will occur at gigantic speeds.
Last year at Moscow State Technical University. N.E. Bauman, the Competence Center “ Digital Materials Science: New Materials and Substances '' has been created. It aims to 'fast' and 'through' design, testing and application of new materials and substances. Among the developments of the Center & mdash; digital technology for the design of finished products from thermoplastic prepregs. Prepregs are semi-finished composite materials, which are sheets of woven or non-woven fibrous materials impregnated with polymer binders. This is for example the famous carbon, as well as kevlar. The project of the Competence Center of Moscow State Technical University N.E. Bauman assumes the development of a technology for the manufacture of thermoplastic prepregs based on novel heat-resistant structural polymers. They will find applications in industries as strategically important as aviation and rockets. & Nbsp;
A promising project of the center is the development of bioabsorbable materials which dissolve harmlessly in the body and are replaced by living tissue. They will be in demand when creating prostheses, as well as in complex bone fractures.
From 2022, the Russian language will become compulsory for studies at universities in the CAR. This was reported by the local edition of Corbeau News with reference to the president & nbsp; Faustin-Archange Touadera. & nbsp; Students will study it from the first year of the license to the license.
Why will Russian become a compulsory subject? & nbsp;
The initiative is a directive from Central African President Arkange Touadera and is part of a cooperation plan between Moscow and Bangui, reports the Ecofin Agency. & Nbsp; The Russian language was previously taught in & nbsp; Central African Republic. It was introduced during the reign of & nbsp; Jean Bedel Bokassa (1966 to 1979). In 1986 the emperor was sentenced to 20 years in prison for genocide, in August 1993 he was granted amnesty and in 1996 he died. During Bokassa's reign, Soviet doctors, teachers, geologists, agronomists worked in CAR and Central African students studied in Soviet universities.
On January 22, 1980, the USSR suspended diplomatic relations with the CAR (they were restored in 1988). Russian language was only introduced into the high school curriculum in & nbsp; 2019. This coincided with the intensification of cooperation between the two countries.
CAR's Minister of Higher Education has pledged to complete teacher training and development of Russian language learning programs by the start of the 2022 academic year- 2023. year. & Nbsp; As local media reported, in & nbsp; January 2022, a meeting of education ministers of the two countries is due to take place in Moscow. One of the likely topics is the discussion about sending Russian teachers to CAR. & Nbsp;
In what areas is Russia cooperating with the CAR? & nbsp;
In 2018, Russia signed an agreement with the CAR on military cooperation. It involves sending Russian instructors to the Central African Republic and training Central African military personnel at Russian military educational institutions. Last year, the Russian Foreign Ministry reported that 300 Russian military instructors had been sent to the Central African Republic (CAR). Since 2013, a civil war between Christian and Muslim communities has continued in the country. & Nbsp;
In Kuzbass, 449 violations were revealed in the mines. & nbsp; As part of the inspections, 180 cases of administrative violations were initiated, 19 submissions were made to eliminate violations of the law, one protest and two warnings. A total of 31 mines were inspected from November 26 to 29. industrial and fire safety, as well as labor protection. & Nbsp;
Earlier on November 25, at the Listvyazhnaya mine (part of HC SDS-Ugol) one of the biggest mine accidents happened in recent years. Killed 46 minors and five rescuers. The alleged reason for what happened & mdash; explosion of a gas-methane mixture.
What did the results of mine inspections show? & nbsp;
Specialists & nbsp; of the National Labor Inspectorate, Ministry of Emergency Situations, Rostekhnadzor, National Fire Surveillance and Kuzbass Executive Authorities revealed the & nbsp; following violations:
In the field of industrial security
the systems for determining the position of & nbsp; workers and equipment in the mine have not been improved;
insufficient number of workers at the sites;
non-functioning of the systems for the routing of people on the sites;
inconsistency in production patterns, etc.
In the field of labor protection
lack of safety instructions;
failure to provide personal protective equipment and coveralls;
violation of the regime of work and rest, etc.
In the field of fire safety & nbsp;
not equipped means of evacuation of people;
inconsistency of evacuation plans;
electrical wiring malfunction, etc.
When was the last check carried out at the Listvyazhnaya mine?
The last check of the Listvyazhnaya mine was carried out a week before the explosion, on November 18. During his & nbsp; 10 security breaches have been revealed. Among them were both relatively insignificant, for example, the long-life power supply scheme not approved by the engineer, and those related to violations of safety rules. For example, methane monitoring sensors weren't installed everywhere.
Previously, Rostekhnadzor identified more than 900 violations at the Listvyazhnaya mine, its work was suspended nine times. In 2020, fines of 450,000 rubles were imposed for violations at the mine. & Nbsp; According to the miners, the management of the mine periodically glued the sensors. Thus, the real level of methane concentration was hidden in the business. According to one of the miners, there have been instances at the mine where the methane level has risen, but “management did not give any instructions after the emergency.” »On the sites & nbsp; put on fans, lay pipes to ventilate, even if “ it didn't help much. & # 39; & # 39; Among other violations, minors call & nbsp; a violation of safety rules, when instead of two or three people they sent one in the long waist for delivery. & Nbsp; & nbsp;
Who became involved in the case after the Listvyazhnaya mine tragedy?
Due to an emergency at the mine, a case was opened under articles & nbsp; “ Violation of industrial safety requirements of hazardous production facilities, resulting in the death of two or more people '' & nbsp; and & nbsp; people. & # 39; & # 39; The cases will be combined into one production.
According to the investigation, a dangerous production situation in the construction sites of the working face No. 823 developed in the period from March 6, 2020 to November 25, 2021. The investigators believe that the concentration of methane on the site has reached explosive levels and created a real threat of methane-air mixture explosion. In their opinion, the Rostechnadzor inspectors could have stopped the development of a dangerous production situation by banning mining operations until the air-gas control systems were in place. & Nbsp;
Five people are now involved in the tragic case: mine manager & nbsp; Sergey Makhrakov, his first deputy & nbsp; Andrey Molostov & nbsp; and site manager & nbsp; Sergey Gerasimenok, & nbsp; as well as two inspectors from Rostekhnadzor & nbsp; Vyacheslav Semykin & nbsp; and & nbsp; & nbsp; and & nbsp; strong>
What decision was made by the court regarding the defendants in the case? & nbsp;
The Kemerovo City Central District Court chose a preventive measure in the form of imprisonment for the Chief State Inspector of the Belovsky Territorial Department of the Siberian Department scored by Rostekhnadzor Vyacheslav Semykin. He was arrested for two months, until January 26, 2022. His colleague Sergei Vinokurov was arrested for 1 month and 30 days.
The court also decided to arrest the mine manager. The court granted the investigator & # 39; s request and held the accused as preventive in the form of detention for a period of two months, until January 25, 2022. His first deputy also been arrested for two months. With regard to the head of the mines section, a preventive measure was chosen in the form of a prison sentence for a period of time until January 25, 2022./h2>
The maximum penalty under Article & nbsp; “Violation of industrial safety requirements for hazardous production facilities, resulting in the death of two or more people through negligence” & nbsp; & mdash; seven years in prison. & nbsp; Rostechnadzor inspectors can also face up to seven years in prison under the article on the & nbsp; “ negligence, resulting in the death of two or more people. & # 39; & # 39; According to the investigation, they drew up acts without real checks.
VTsIOM has released data from a survey of Russians devoted to happiness.
According to the center, over the past six months, despite the coronavirus pandemic, the happiness index in the Russian Federation has grown significantly.
< p> Thus, 84% of those surveyed said they considered themselves happy, while 14% did not consider themselves happy. Thus, the happiness index was 71 points, which is 17 points higher than the March indicator (54 points) and 5 points higher than the previous year's indicator ( 66 points in November 2020).
The bulk of the survey participants consider themselves happy thanks to their health and their lives and those of their loved ones (29%), the having a family (27%), children (22%), general life satisfaction (21%) or a good job (20%).
Russians cannot feel happy because of the situation in the country (8%), general lack of money (7%), lack of stability (6%) and because of family problems (5%).
Previously, it was reported that more than 20% of Russians considered the profession of MP to be the most overestimated. Respondents also believe that politicians, civil servants and senior executives receive unwarranted salaries.
In addition, sociologists have found out how much Russians spend a month on pet food. Pet owners are willing to pay more for safe and healthy food for their pets.
In the Krasnodar Territory, the implementation of the state program “Modernization of primary health care” continues. It started in & nbsp; January 2021 & nbsp; year, but & nbsp; during & nbsp; this time in the region of & nbsp; managed to do a lot of things. This is an introduction to operating new facilities and providing modern equipment and purchasing vehicles for medical care. AiF tells what results the & nbsp; was obtained through participation in & nbsp; national project.
The program covers 85 & nbsp; subjects of Russia and & nbsp; is designed for & nbsp; five years. In general, more than 500 billion rubles are planned for the modernization of primary health care until 2025.
General funding of the state program, which complements the measures provided by the national project “ Health '', in & nbsp; Krasnodar Territory in & nbsp; 2021 & nbsp; & mdash; 3.7 billion rubles. & Nbsp;
Launch of the construction program
The Governor of the Kuban Veniamin Kondratyev spoke about the update of 19 & nbsp; polyclinics in & nbsp; 15 & nbsp; regions of the region.
“ In 2021, we sent 416 million rubles from the regional budget for the overhaul of clinics. This is necessary, given that many of them have not been repaired for decades and, of course, required investment. Work is already underway everywhere and & nbsp; will be completed before & nbsp; the end of the year. In the & nbsp; krai, not only are existing institutions updated, but & nbsp; and & nbsp; for the first time in & nbsp; in recent years, due to the increase in the number of residents, they are starting a program to build polyclinics. The & nbsp; region has already started & nbsp; to design 19 & nbsp; new objects in & nbsp; different areas & raquo ;, & nbsp; & mdash; said Veniamin Kondratyev.
The revision is in progress & nbsp; the territory of the districts of Belorechensky, Bryukhovetsky, Vyselkovsky, Gulkevichsky, Caucasian, Kanevsky, Krymsky, Kushchevsky, Novopokrovsky, Seversky, Ust-Labinsky, Apsheronsky. In the districts of & nbsp; Korenovsky and & nbsp; Otradnensky, work is carried out at the same time on & nbsp; two objects, in & nbsp; Timashevsky & nbsp; & mdash; on & nbsp; three. In establishments, modify communications, roof, windows and doors, carry out finishing work.
Help without leaving the & nbsp; limits of the Kuban
In the treatment and diagnostic building of the Krasnodar Regional Children's Hospital in November, the finishing works are being completed. The seven-story building with & nbsp; 350 beds is ready for more than & nbsp; 78%. Modern equipment has already been purchased for him, including CT, MRI, ultrasound and X-ray systems. Some of the equipment and medical consoles have already been installed.
& laquo; Medical and diagnostic corps & nbsp; & mdash; a key project in the region's health system. Opera blocks will be placed here, which has never been the case in the & nbsp; area. Today a number of complex operations are performed for our children only in the centers of Moscow and St. Petersburg. With the opening & nbsp; of the new building, children will be able to receive high-tech assistance without & nbsp; leave & nbsp; the boundaries of the Krasnodar Territory & raquo ;, & nbsp; & mdash; explained Vice Governor Anna Minkova .
The total area of LDK is almost 40 & nbsp; thousand square meters. The & Nbsp; New Building Will Have Surgical, Oncological And & Nbsp; Home & Nbsp; With An Anti-Shock Room. And & nbsp; also surgical blocks and & nbsp; operations, cryopreservation station, blood transfusion service. In addition, bone marrow transplant units and a resuscitation complex will appear there.
In addition, in 2022 in & nbsp; Krasnodar, in & nbsp; in the old building of the Regional Ministry of National Education, a branch of polyclinic No.15 with a CT office. The overhaul is carried out in a three-storey building built in 1961.
“ This neighborhood is developing, there are a lot of new buildings. Therefore, we decided to organize a branch of the polyclinic. In & nbsp; next year he will receive a CT scanner. & mdash; research is in high demand with & nbsp; given the spread of the coronavirus. Seven CT centers have already been opened in the region, which operate 24 hours a day. We & nbsp; do not know when the pandemic will end, and & nbsp; should be fully armed. The number of inhabitants of the & nbsp; region increases, and & nbsp; primary health care requires development, & nbsp; & mdash; says Anna Minkova.
At the same time, the overhaul of the local hospital is being completed in the Primorsko-Akhtarsky district. As stated in the & nbsp; Ministry of Health of the region, the readiness of the establishment & nbsp; & mdash; more than 90%. After the repairs are completed at the local hospital, doctors will be able to admit children and adults. There a therapeutic department will be opened, the hospital is designed for & nbsp; 28 & nbsp; people. & Nbsp;
Machines for doctors and & nbsp; patients
In & nbsp; this year, doctors received 344 cars under the program. And & nbsp; November 12 & nbsp; hospitals in the region received rhinestone 76 & nbsp; Lada Largus. Fully equipped vehicles will be sent to & nbsp; 43 & nbsp; health departments of district and city hospitals. On new cars, patients will be delivered to doctors, biomaterials transported for laboratory research and to be delivered to the district police by appeals.
New equipment for village hospitals
En & nbsp; throughout the year of medical organization the regions continue to equip themselves with new equipment. Thus, hospitals received 178 modern electrocardiographs.
“ These are 44 & nbsp; medical institutions & nbsp; & mdash; city and & nbsp; regional hospitals, an outpatient clinic in Novorossiysk. The devices are essential in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the heart and blood vessels. The new equipment is portable, which expands the possibilities of its use, & nbsp; & mdash; Kuban Deputy Minister of Health said Valentina Ignatenko.
“ Surgeons of Belorechenskaya, Pavlovskaya, Labinskaya and & nbsp; the Central Caucasus District Hospital can now perform operations much faster and & nbsp; almost bloodless. Thanks to the new universal electric scalpel ARC-303 & nbsp; scalpel and & nbsp; suture material is practically not & nbsp; required. A big plus of the technique is & nbsp; the fact that it is now possible to remove tumors in & nbsp; the most inaccessible places. The surgeon can personally control multiple power zones of the regimen, achieving the best effect ', & nbsp; & mdash; said Minister of Health of the Krasnodar Territory Evgeny Filippov.
Doctors at Gulkevichi Regional Hospital received two resuscitation tables for the initial examination of infants. They are equipped with lighting, heating and oxygen. The department has installed and & nbsp; two incubator incubators for premature newborns. They provide a comfortable environment for the normal development of the child.
New decanters were delivered to the obstetrics department of the Kushchevskaya hospital. The cost of a device & mdash; more than three million rubles. In total, in 2021, incubators for newborns were purchased from 27 medical institutions in the Kuban. By the way, 43 regional projects are implemented within the framework of national projects in the Krasnodar Territory. The most important funding was received for the projects “Demography” – 15.1 billion rubles, “Health” – 14.6 billion rubles, “Safe and high-quality roads” – 9.2 billion rubles, ” Housing and urban environment “- 6.5 billion rubles.
In addition, operating tables were delivered to the & nbsp; hospitals of Belorechensky regions and & nbsp; of the Caucasus. The equipment of the tables is controlled with the remote control. This allows them to be tailored & nbsp; for any kind of operation.
Doctors of Kalininskaya and Timashevskaya regional hospitals received analyzers of the acid-base state of the blood. They help to assess respiratory functions, diagnose primary hyperventilation, and nbsp; other anomalies in the & nbsp; functioning of vital systems.
Anapa medical institutions received electroencephalographs for brain studies. Previously, local residents traveled to & nbsp; Krasnodar for reviews. Thanks to the new devices, research will be carried out on site.
The Kurganinskaya Central District Hospital received new ventilators. They will help doctors in the treatment of coronavirus patients with acute or chronic respiratory failure, and also during surgery under general anesthesia.
“ In total, since the start of the pandemic, medical facilities in the region have received 259 ventilators. Now their & nbsp; in & nbsp; hospitals 740 & raquo ;, & nbsp; & mdash; said Deputy Minister Irina Vyazovskaya.
Plans for 2021 were to provide regional vascular centers with 30 units of medical equipment, including heavy equipment. 29 devices have already arrived in hospitals in Krasnodar. , Armavir, Yeisk, Vyselok, Kropotinskaya, Slavyansk, Novorossiysk. Among the equipment & nbsp; & mdash; stabilography systems, bicycle ergometers, computed tomography systems, rehabilitation simulators. Minister of Health of the Russian Federation Mikhail Murashko: “The key principles of the program relate to increasing the availability and quality of primary health care, including in rural areas and small towns, strengthening the prevention of infectious and non-infectious diseases. It is important that the regions implement the activities foreseen in the program as quickly as possible, as they all aim to improve the quality of people's lives. “
Thanks to the project, the oncology department of the Kuban was also re-equipped. More than 747 million rubles were allocated for the renovation of medical equipment in five oncology dispensaries and two oncology wards. For & nbsp; this money in & nbsp; seven medical institutions in Krasnodar, Sochi, Novorossiysk, Yeisk and & nbsp; Armavir delivered 77 & nbsp; new modern technology units, including heavy equipment. These are X-ray diagnostic complexes, equipment for prostate brachytherapy, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, near focus radiation therapy devices.