PETROV Vladimir Ivanovich

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PETROV Vladimir Ivanovich (sort. in 1925) — the Soviet surgeon, the member correspondent of AMH (1978), the winner of the State award USSR (1972); B. V. Petrovsky's pupil. The member of the CPSU since 1946.

PETROV Vladimir Ivanovich

In 1951 ended the 1st MMI. Worked in the same place at department of hospital surgery of the 1st to lay down. f-that. In 1970 protected dokt, dissertatsio about repeated lung and bronchial tubes operations. Professor (1971). The rector of the 1st MMI (since 1974) and at the same time (since 1979) the department chair of hospital surgery of the 2nd to lay down. f-that.

V. I. Petrov published St. 100 scientific works, including 3 monographs which are generally devoted to questions of surgery of lungs and mediastinums, to repeated lung operations, a reconstructive and plastic surgery of lungs. It the first applied a method of ultrasonic cutting and welding of biological fabrics in pulmonology and vascular surgery. It developed the principles of use of ultrasonic wave guides during lung operations for the purpose of a pneumolysia, a decortication of a lung, a section of cicatricial unions, at resections and plastic surgeries on edges; the method of a longitudinal sternotomy by means of an ultrasonic wave guide which is applied in cardiovascular and pulmonary surgery; a method of ultrasonication of residual pleural cavities and empyemas of a pleura at repeated operative measures, and also a technique of use of ultrasound during operative measures on abdominal organs concerning peritonitises.

V. I. Petrov was a delegate XXV and XXVI congresses of the CPSU. «the sign of Honour» and medals is awarded by the Orders of Lenin, the October Revolution, Patriotic war of the I degree.

Works: Repeated lung and bronchial tubes operations, yew., M., 1970; Ultrasonic cutting and welding of biological fabrics, M., 1972 (sovm, with Petrovsky B. V.); Ultrasonic welding of bones and cutting of living biological tissues, M., 1973 (sovm, with other).

B. I. Yefimov.