Udin Oleg Ivanovich
Deputy Chief Physician for Surgery, Surgeon
- Work experience:
- 27 years
- Academic degree:
- Medical category:
- Врач высшей категории
- Reception at:
- ул. Лобачевского, дом 42, стр. 4
- 1988-1994 - Russian State Medical University. Student.
- 1994-1996 - Clinical residency in surgery of the Russian State Medical University. Resident.
- 1996-1998 - Graduate School of Surgery, Russian State Medical University. Graduate student.
Conducting scientific work in the field of diseases of the esophageal-gastric transition, stomach. Several articles and reports have been published on this subject in co-authorship.
Area of professional interests:
Widespread use of minimally invasive techniques in the treatment of surgical diseases of the abdominal organs. Development and implementation of new techniques, based on the best practices of Russian and foreign surgeons.
Professional achievements and recognition:
- The textbook "Surgical Diseases" edited by V. S. Saveliev, A. I. Kirienko. 2005 year. Collaboration.
- Over the past 3 years, more than 20 scientific papers on surgical gastroenterology have been published.
- Member of the Surgical Society of Moscow and the Moscow Region.
- He was awarded the Certificate of Honor of the Government of Moscow for providing medical assistance to victims of the explosion at the Domodedovo airport. 2011 year.
Participation in conferences:
- April 2005 - Diploma of the laureate of the I degree zp cycle of work "Modern approaches to the surgical treatment of gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer and its complications." Moscow. Russian State Medical University.
- September 2008 - “Prevention and treatment of exacerbations of acid-dependent diseases”. Scientific and practical conference. Moscow.
- November 2008 - "New developments in the treatment of pancreatic diseases." The fifth joint postgraduate course of the European Association of Gastroenterologists and Endoscopists and the Scientific Society of Gastroenterologists of Russia. Moscow.
- November 2010 - “New solutions in the prevention of venous thromboembolism in orthopedic and traumatological practice”. Scientific and practical conference. Moscow.
- September 2011 - “Manual skills in endoscopic surgery. Advanced Course. ” Educational Center of High Medical Technologies. Kazan.
- October 2011 - International conference “Esophageal hernia of the diaphragm and the anterior abdominal wall. Moscow.
- February 2013 - XV Russian-Japanese symposium "Diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the small and large intestine using new scientific and technological achievements in endoscopy." Moscow.
- April 2021 - Clinical and anatomical conference NIIKK named after A.L. Myasnikov National Medical Research Center of Cardiology, Ministry of Health of Russia.
- Ivanova E.V., Tikhomirova E.V., Larichev S.E., Yudin O.I., Mikhaleva L.M., Bolikhov K.V., Fedorov E.D. Ulcers of the small intestine anastomosis as a source of bleeding in patients with resection of the small intestine in the anamnesis. Experimental and Clinical Gastroenterology. 2018; (4): 30-36.
- E. Ivanova, E. Tikhomirova, K. Bolikhov, O. Yudin, E. Fedorov. Anastomotic ulceration as a source of obscure GI bleeding in patients after small bowel resection. Endoscopy, 2018. 50. Georg Thieme Verlag. Germany. eP056:151.
- June 2021 - "Modern endoscopic techniques in the diagnosis and endoscopic treatment of neoplasms of the jejunum and ileum". Seleznev D.E., Yudin O.I., Bachurin A.N., Fedorov E.D. VIII "Congress of Moscow Surgeons: Innovation and Practice. New reality", Moscow.
- June 2021 - "Lynch Syndrome. Current state of the problem". Semenov D.A., Tsukanov A.S., Yudin O.I., Korolev S.V. VIII "Congress of Moscow Surgeons: Innovation and Practice. New reality", Moscow.
Patients are usually afraid of the unknown. Immersion in anesthesia and surgery is an uncontrolled process by the patient.
Providing the patient with a good sleep before surgery is a very important task, which gives peace of mind to both the patient and the surgeon.
I have no secret words for persuasion, my task is to explain to the patient why it is better to do this and not otherwise. It is important for the patient to understand why the operation is being performed.
People who are insanely afraid of surgery often take a break for reflection, but after a while they usually return, convinced of the need for intervention. The main thing is not to waste precious time.
Everyone has their own tactics of interaction with the patient, someone says "Don't be afraid, this is a simple operation", I prefer to discuss all the risks so that in case of unforeseen situations I do not lose the patient's confidence.
The most important thing in communicating with a patient is mutual understanding and trust.
There are patients who do not want to know anything about the operation - this is also a form of fear.
As for the aesthetic side, we consider this a very important task. And there is absolutely no difference whether the patient is male or female, an old man or a young man. The result of the operation must be correct in terms of anatomy, physiology and aesthetics. Why leave a mess behind? We're not on the battlefield.
If the pain persists and there are other symptoms, this is a reason to see a doctor immediately. There are no trivial cases. I consider any patient's visit to a doctor to be justified.
Without sufficient knowledge, you cannot offer help to the patient, you can always seek advice from a more experienced specialist.
I am a supporter of large discussions in the council, especially if the case is difficult.
If there are several treatment options, then the decision should be made jointly with the patient, taking into account all the nuances and peculiarities. But it should be borne in mind that patients are overly emotional and do not have professional skills and knowledge. Most often, there are clear rules (protocols, as they are called), in accordance with which treatment tactics are developed and offered to the patient.
So, if a person has peritonitis, then I will be very persistent.
I am always in touch with the patient so that he feels calmer. Most patients call on the eve of the operation to once again be convinced of the correct decision and to get a boost of confidence and calmness. And this only increases the degree of trust in each other, and, as a result, improves the results of treatment.
When we perform bariatric surgeries, we always focus exclusively on medical indications. This is definitely not the kind of procedure that can be carried out for the sake of the patient's harmony and the pursuit of some ideal figure imposed by society.
When patients wake up after anesthesia and usually the first thing they say is: "Is that all?".
Thanks to timely diagnosis, many operations can be avoided.
We still do not know everything about the body, I think that almost every organ still keeps its secret. And even the appendix is needed for something.
In recent years, there have been no changes with the scalpel, except for the fact that it has become disposable.
If I don’t have modern technology at hand, I’ll be upset, but I can still do most of the operations. Still, surgery is still largely dependent on the hands, knowledge and experience of the surgeon, and not only on technology.
After a long operation, I want to sit down and have a cup of tea.
If I operate, I do not feel tired, it is felt after.
Sometimes I dream about the operations that I will carry out, especially difficult cases.
I had a period in my life when I taught. I remember this time with warmth, but I like practical surgery much more.
In students, I wanted to see responsibility, a desire to help and a willingness to learn. This is very important for a future doctor.