Muscovites complained about the inaccessibility of antenatal clinics
According to a survey conducted by the Bibirevo regional channel, more than a third of women reported that it was long and inconvenient to get to the antenatal clinic. Another quarter noted difficulties with making an appointment. Did not encounter any difficulties at all – about 40% of the respondents. In total, more than 1600 people took part in the survey. The solution could be a more active introduction of telemedicine, says a gynecologist Tamara Maltseva.
“In a situation where a face-to-face examination is not needed, remote consultations can be carried out. Increasing the staff of doctors is also an important factor for maintaining the quality and life expectancy of women,” the doctor noted especially for Pravda.Ru readers.
At the same time, she noted that in the West the situation with medical care is often much worse.
“A few weeks ago, I consulted a refugee in Poland, who, with acute pain and the risk of hysterectomy, could not get to the doctor for two weeks,” commented Tamara Maltseva.