KURASH Sergey( Organizer of national health care, known psychiatrist)
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Biography KURASH Sergey
S. Kurashov was born on October 1, 1910 in the village Klyuchik (now the Tambov region.). After finishing school in the city of Penza P. Kurashov in 1926 entered the Medical Faculty of Saratov University, and two years later was transferred to Kazan, where he graduated in 1931, the Medical Faculty of the Kazan University.
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. Kurashova awoke with the first steps of the medical. In December 1935 C. Kurashov appointed concurrently as chief physician clinics, medical school, where they carried out extensive work on the reorganization of medical affairs, the economic viability of clinics. However, the zenith organizational activities SV. Kurashova up in 1936-1941 years, when he was appointed, and the chief doctor of the Kazan psychiatric hospital. As a result of his activity was discovered a number of clinical diagnostic laboratories, surgical department, expanded medical facilities of the hospital.
In 1940, SV. Kurashov was awarded the title of Honored Doctor of the Tatar ASSR. In 1941, SV. Kurashov was appointed director of the Kazan Medical Institute. In the same year, medical school has developed such important topics as treatment for burn disease, methods of suture in the wound in the abdomen, were offered ampoules for transfusion, storage and transportation of blood.
Under the direction of SV. Kurashova been implemented important measures for the development and restructuring of the health system in the country. Much attention was paid to them the key issue of health care - Children's Health. Became classical works SV. Kurashova on the organization of medical care to patients with cardiovascular diseases; great contribution was made to them in the development of psychiatric science and practice. Milestones of his work were reflected in his doctoral dissertation "Modern Problems Health Organization (1963).
SV. Kurashov died Aug. 27, 1965. In the same year, Kazan Medical Institute was named after him.