OCHKIN Alexey Dmitriyevich

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OCHKIN Alexey Dmitriyevich (1886 — 1952) — the Soviet surgeon, professor (1938).

OCHKIN Alexey Dmitriyevich

Upon termination of medical f-that Moscow un-that (1910) worked as the surgeon in Soldateikovsky hospital in Moscow (nowadays Moscow city hospital of S. P. Botkin) where there passed the way from an ex-sloe to the manager of department (1925). As the surgeon was involved in civil war. A. D. Ochkin pupil and colleague of the famous domestic surgeon V. N. Rozanov. Since 1938 until the end of life he headed department of surgery Central in-that improvements of doctors.

A. D. Ochkin published apprx. 50 scientific works devoted preferential to problems of surgery of bilious ways. In this area it was a conventional authority. It generalized the extensive experience in the work «Cholelithiasis, Cholecystitis and Their Surgical Treatment» (1949). A. D. Ochkin took a keen interest to new methods of surgical treatment. For the first time in the Soviet Union it carried successfully out operation for insular adenoma of a pancreas. In days of the Great Patriotic War he devoted a number of works to problems of field surgery. A. D. Ochkin was distinguished by wide erudition, diagnostic talent and the filigree surgical equipment. These qualities nominated him in number of the most prominent Soviet surgeons. A. D. Ochkin enjoyed wide popularity among doctors and patients.

A. D. Ochkin was awarded by three Orders of Lenin, an award of the Labour Red Banner and medals. According to the decision of the government in commemoration of merits of A. D. Ochkin to it the monument in the territory of hospital of Botkin is erected.

Works: Cholelithiasis, cholecystitis and their surgical treatment, M., 1949; Chosen works, M., 1956.

Bibliography: Of St. George V. S. Alexey Dmitriyevich Ochkin (To the 80 anniversary since birth), Surgery, No. 1, page 144, 1967; With about l about in e in A. E. and Priors H. H. A. D. Ochkin (1866 — 1952) memories, in the same place, No. 6, page 82, 1953.

I.P. Lidov.