Russian peacekeepers set up field hospital in Stepanakert
Russian peacekeepers have constructed a field hospital for 40 people in Stepanakert.
The Russian Ministry of Defense says the personnel of the special-purpose medical unit will organize medical support for the peacekeeping contingent and provide necessary medical assistance to the population of Nagorno-Karabakh.
For this, 60 doctors have already arrived from Russia: among them are military surgeons, anesthesiologists-resuscitators, therapists and epidemiologists.
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The hospital has departments of intensive care, functional and laboratory diagnostics, an operating room, a dentist and ophthalmologist’s offices.
According to the head of the medical unit, the field hospital is equipped with ventilators, ultrasound and X-ray equipment.