SIVKOV Ivan Ivanovich (sort. in 1922) — the Soviet therapist, the member correspondent of AMH (1980), zasl. scientist of RSFSR (1973), winner of the State award (1980).
Ended the 1st MMI of I. M. Sechenov in 1949, worked at department of faculty therapeutic clinic under the leadership of V. N. Vinogradov. Since 1962 professor, and since 1966 the manager. kafed-' a swarm of propaedeutic therapy of the 2nd to lay down. f-that the 1st MMI of I. M. Sechenov.
The author of St. 130 scientific works, including 4 monographs devoted to problems of gastroenterology and cardiology. It studied a role of chronic gastritis, a peptic ulcer and a polypose of a stomach in development of a carcinoma of the stomach, the method of gastroscopy for their diagnosis is used. He began to carry out by the first in the USSR in the conditions of therapeutic clinic cardiac catheterization and angiocardiography at patients with the acquired heart diseases for development of indications to surgical treatment. Results of these researches are generalized in dokt. theses «Rheumatic mitral heart disease (clinic, diagnosis and indications to surgical treatment)». For a research of pathogenetic mechanisms of a chronic congestive circulatory unefficiency which results were generalized by it in the monograph «Chronic Circulatory Unefficiency» (1973)
I. I. Sivkov — the editor-in-chief of the Soviet Medicine magazine, the member of bureau of Department of clinical medicine of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences is conferred an award of G. F. Lang of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences for 1977.
«the sign of Honour» and medals is awarded by awards of Patriotic war of the II degree.
Works: Rheumatic mitral heart disease, yew., M., 1962; Chronic circulatory unefficiency. M, 1973; Sokratitelny function of heart and questions of rehabilitation of patients with a myocardial infarction, M., 1974 (sovm. with other); Congestive circulatory unefficiency, Tashkent, 1978 (sovm. with other).
Bibliography: Ivan Ivanovich Sivkov (To the 60 anniversary since birth), Owls. medical, No. 11, page 107, 1982.
S. B. Feldman.