Inozemtsev Fyodor Ivanovich
Inozemtsev Fyodor Ivanovich entered the history of Russian public health, not only as an outstanding surgeon and doctor of medicine, but also as a reformer. The name of Feodor Ivanovich is associated with the first in the Russian Empire ethereal anesthesia, carried out during an operation to remove a breast tumor. In addition, the development of methods for treating cholera, scientific works from the field of research of the autonomic nervous system is also associated with his surname.
But let's start with a brief biography.
Anamnesis of life and scientific activity
Date of birth: 12 February 1802;
Place of Birth: Belkino village in the Kaluga province;
Father Fyodor Ivanovich was the manager of the estate, according to one of the Persians or Turks, on the other - a native of the Caucasus.
Inozemtsev entered the medical faculty of the Kharkov University in 1826, although he was delirious with medicine from an early age. After graduating from the medical faculty he continued his education in Dorpat, at the university of professors. In 1835, he returned to Russia. After some time after his return, he was appointed director of the Moscow surgical clinic. Since 1937 - the leading professor of the Department of Surgery, until 1859.
For two years, from 1939 to 1940, he visited the best clinics in Europe, and gained experience from leading European colleagues-surgeons.
Upon his return to Moscow he made a tangible contribution to the formation of therapeutic and surgical clinics according to the Western model.
Inozemtsev Fedor Ivanovich left a significant mark in the development of surgery and anesthesiology in Russia. The most significant achievements include:
Fedor Ivanovich Inozemtsev made a significant contribution to the development of medical science, taking all the best that he could gather from foreign colleagues. His activity gave a significant impetus to the development of surgical and anesthesiological services in Russia.
Author of the material: anesthesiologist V. Soldatenko
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