RUSANOV Alexander Andreevich (1909 — 1983) — the Soviet surgeon, the doctor of medical sciences (1951), professor (1952), zasl. scientist of RSFSR, A. G. Rusanov's son. The member of the CPSU since 1943.
Ended Voronezh medical in-t in 1933 and worked in surgical clinics of Voronezh. In days of the Great Patriotic War served as the army surgeon. From 1946 to 1952 the manager. surgical department of the All-Russian Research Institute of ambulance of Sklifosovsky and associate professor of hospital surgery. In 1952 — 1956 professor of department of surgery of Naval medical academy and since 1956 the department chair of surgery Leningrad pediatric medical in-that.
A. A. Rusanov proved the first in the USSR need of imposing of primary seam of an urethra at its gap. It published more than 150 scientific works on surgery of a digestive tract; improved techniques of a resection and an esophagoplasty at cancer, are developed original ways of imposing intrathoracic ezofagogastroanastomo-for, the keeping blood supply of a stomach, and a technique of closing of stumps of a gullet, duodenum and a worm-shaped shoot; ways of size discrimination of a resection of a stomach, crossclamping of an aorta for recovery of cordial activity at its falloff are offered during intrathoracic and belly operations; the symptom of «a tension of a gullet» indicating its extensive defeat at cancer is described.
A. A. Rusanov was the Honorary Chairman surgical about-va Pirogov, the deputy chairman Vserossiysky surgical about-va, the editor of redotdel «Abdominal surgery» and «The general surgery» of BME.
«the sign of Honour» and medals is awarded by awards of the October Revolution, the Labour Red Banner, Patriotic war of the II degree, the Red Star.
Works: Ruptures of an urethra, yew., M., 1951; Resection of a stomach, JI., 1956; Resection and transabdominal extirpation of a stomach, L., 1961; Cancer of a gullet, L., 1974; Appendicitis, L., 1979; Carcinoma of the stomach, L., 1979.
Bibliography: Alexander Andreevich Rusanov (To the 60 anniversary since birth), Vestn. hir., t. 104, No. 3, page 130, 1970.
A. I. Gorbashko.