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Experts discussed Hungarian technologies in healthcare in Russia and identified priority areas for the development of cooperation

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On March 1, an online conference “Hungarian technologies in Healthcare in Russia took place at the MTPP site. Prospects for cooperation”.

Opening the conference, the Vice-President of the ICCI Suren Vardanyan said: “Today we will consider several topics related to both the introduction of technologies and the results of localization of certain industries, certification and assessment of the likely complexity and prospects.”

The Trade Representative of the Russian Federation in Hungary Sergey Bezrukov spoke about cooperation between the countries in the field of innovative healthcare. Over the past year, trade turnover has grown by 25.9%, with Russian exports growing by 40% and Hungarian by 8%. Non-primary exports of the Russian Federation also increased by 38%. “Fruitful work has been established between the two states. The trade representative office is always open for communication with any companies and businessmen to share information, find the right partner,” the trade representative said.

Konstantin Romanov, Head of the Department for the Organization of Support for the Activities of Medical Organizations of the Moscow Department of Health, said: “We are open to dialogue with all interested companies, including Hungarian ones, on the introduction of innovative technologies in the capital’s healthcare.”

Artur Seliverstov, Deputy General Director of the Moscow Center for Innovative Technologies in Healthcare, spoke about the organization and conduct of pilot tests and their implementation in the practice of medical institutions in Moscow. He suggested that Hungarian companies that have developments, regardless of the stage, send them to the Moscow Center for Innovative Technologies in Healthcare for examination and development of cooperation options. “We are ready to act as a single window, as the main partner, to provide algorithms to projects and improve them. We are ready to assist in obtaining registration certificates for projects,” Artur Seliverstov said.

Chief freelance specialist traumatologist-orthopedist of the Department of Health Vadim Dubrov said that over the past two years in Moscow, it was possible to reduce the mortality rate within a year after hip fractures from 72.5% to 16%. “No specialty: neither surgery, nor oncology, nor cardiology has been able to achieve such results in prolonging human life. Unfortunately, we can only do this with the help of our industrial partners. If they don’t help us with implants, we won’t be able to do anything,” Vadim Dubrov explained. He stressed that Russian surgeons have their own vision, experience, requirements and proposals and called on Hungarian partners to bring to the Russian market “not only what they have, but also what we need.”

Anton Rybakov, General Director of Sanatmetall CIS LLC, spoke about the successful transfer of Hungarian technologies in the project of import substitution and localization of production of medical devices for traumatology and orthopedics in Obninsk. “We can talk about the complete localization of all production chains on the territory of the Russian Federation, primarily in traumatology. And we are proud to announce the first localization of the components of the knee joint endoprosthesis,” Anton Rybakov said.

The Executive Director of Oncotherm Kft Balazh Ach spoke about the introduction of the developed medical technology for oncological therapy into the healthcare of the Russian Federation. The topic was continued by the executive director of “Bionika” Kft, Haidu Jozsef. His presentation was devoted to devices for maxillofacial surgery and dental implants.

Then Yevgeny Bochkarev, Chairman of the ICCI Commission for Foreign Economic Cooperation with Partners in Hungary, spoke about the work of the Commission.

Practicing orthopedic traumatologist, Professor, Director of the Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology at Uszoki Hospital, Director of the Department of Traumatology at Semmelweis University Hangodi Laszlo spoke about the experience of using high-tech medical devices for traumatology and orthopedics manufactured by Sanatmetall Kft.

Concluding the event, the Vice-President of the ICCI Suren Vardanyan said: “This topic affects every person. So, it is boundless in its development. Let’s work, move on, introduce innovations that can prolong people’s lives both in Hungary and in Russia.”

Source: https://mostpp.ru/news/mezhdunarodnaya-deyatelnost/eksperty-obsudili-vengerskie-tekhnologii-v-zdravookhranenii-rossii-i-opredelili-prioritetnye-napravl/

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