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Clinical Diagnostic Center

The Clinical Diagnostic Center provides high quality diagnostic services to outpatient and inpatient patients in all hospital hospitals. The specialists of the Center perform scientific research work, clinical research, implement methodological recommendations, development of clinical guidelines and regularly supplement their professional knowledge. Provides practical training and internships for students, residents and doctors, management of the further education process in the field of subspecialties of clinical diagnostic methods.

Clinical Diagnostic Center Team

Head of the Clinical Diagnostic Center dr. Artem Kalinin

Chief physicians – Edgars Krišāns (inpatient “Biķernieki”), Ieva Siliņa (inpatient “Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases Center”), Žanna Pičkure (inpatient “Gaiļezers”).

Neurologists – Maksims Timčenko, Māra Gintere, Normunds Sūna, Santa Ašmane, Solvita Bērziņa, Viktorija Ķēniņa

Cardiologists – Dace Nītiņa, Galina Blūmentāle, Jana Paeglīte, Raisa Šahova, Santa Viltere, Tatjana Rackeviča, Varis Paeglītis, Žanna Pičkure, Ieva Siliņa, Emma Sokolova, Irēna Kurcalte, Veronika Timofeeva

Clinical physiologists – Inga Vītolberga, Zane Snikė, Edgars Krišāns

Internist – Genius Kovaldina

Physician assistants – Diāna Maksimova, Ilga Zedina, Jānis Gončars

Head nurse – Ilze Kļava

Nurses – Anita Bite, Anna Dimitrijeva, Anna Šalgunova, Daina Vilķina, Evelīna Branceviča, Ilze Kārkliņa, Ināra Popova, Iveta Kārkliņa, Jana Irša, Karīna Dombrovska, Larisa Dorofejeva, Madara Blūma, Maija Vembre, Marika Beķe Nķe , Olga Krūmiņa, Raisa Mašara, Solvita Stronsteina, Vizma Āboliņa, Žaneta Čerņikova, Vita Grugule, Tatjana Metla

Investigations

Cardiovascular examinations

  • Electrocardiography (ECG). Echocardiographic examinations are performed in two ways – transthorocal echocardiography is performed non-invasively (EHO) and invasively, transiophageal echocardiographic manipulation (TEE) is performed by inserting the probe into the esophagus; Stress echocardiography; Holter monitoring of the heart (24, 48, or 72 hours) and 24-hour blood pressure monitoring; Bicycle ergometry (VELO).

Nervous system examinations

  • Neurometry, electromyography (EMG), neurography. Nerve and muscle ultrasonography is used as an additional examination method for EMG. Electroencephalography (EEG) is used to record brain potential;
  • Long-term video electroencephalography (VIDEO EEG), examination time on average four days;
  • Neurological examinations also include duplex scanning of arteries and veins in the blood vessels and extremities of the head;
  • Transcranial dopplerography with monitoring system.

Lung system examinations

  • Spirometry;
  • Bronchial dilation test;
  • Body plethysmography;
  • Diffusion capacity test.