HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PROPADEUTICS OF INTERNAL DISEASES №2
FACULTY OF MEDICAL-PEDAGOGICAL AND FOLK MEDICINE.
In August 1919, the department of higher educational institutions approved the organization of the medical faculty at the Turkestan State University. The Dean of the Faculty of Medicine was Prof. Sitkovsky P.P., Deputy dean – prof. Khrushchev K.G.
This marked the beginning of the formation of the faculty, which later, in 1931, grew into an independent powerful Central Asian Medical Institute, renamed in 1935 into the Tashkent Medical Institute.
Prof. Sitkovsky P.P. not only conducted work on the selection of faculty, but also on the acquisition of the necessary equipment, tools, teaching aids, and also organized a library. A great contribution to the organization of the medical faculty of TDU was made by doctors T.A. Ilyin, V.A. Smirnov, S.A. Molchanov, M.V. Mukhina, E.V. Vasilevskaya and others.
What in 1919 one of the active organizers of the medical faculty prof. Slonim M.I. “… a group of doctors and teachers, united by the creative enthusiasm of the era, is making a bold attempt, under extremely difficult conditions, to organize the first course of the Higher Medical School. The attempt was successful. People’s Commissar of Health of the Turkestan Republic Professor I.N. Orlov, an honored worker of science, head of the hospital surgical clinic, who took the initiative in this matter, contributed to the organization of the Higher Medical School and constantly supported it. In addition, the names of volunteers – pioneers of higher medical education in Central Asia, who, despite enormous difficulties, nevertheless began teaching at the 1st year of higher medical school in Tashkent, should be noted. They were G.N. Broverman Director L.V. Oshanin (dean), G.A. Rotenerg, A.S. Gnedovsky, N.I. Tikhanovsky., A.D. Grekov, M.I. Slonim, V.P. Drobov.
In May 1920, a business and friendly meeting of both groups of organizers of the medical faculties of Moscow and Tashkent State Universities took place, after which energetic creative work began.
The building of the former cadet corps was transferred with all inventory and property to the Turkestan State Institute.
After hasty rebuilding inside the main building of the former cadet corps, it housed the main clinics and departments of the medical faculty. The medical institute included three independent faculties – medical, pediatric and sanitary-hygienic.
The medical faculty, organized earlier than other faculties, actually from the very beginning of the organization of the medical faculty of the Turkestan State University by 1931 became the most powerful faculty and occupied a leading position in the life of the Medical Institute. In this connection, in 1931, the Tashkent Medical Institute was organized.
By 1931, the medical faculty included the departments necessary for teaching. There were three therapeutic clinics – propaedeutic, faculty and hospital, three surgical, obstetric-gynecological, infectious, tropical diseases, nervous diseases, skin and venereal diseases, children’s diseases, urological, eye, ear-throat-nose, dental, X-ray, orthopedic clinics.
The history of therapeutic clinics, which occupy an important place in the history of TashMI, is, in essence, a continuation of the history of the best Russian therapeutic schools of Ostroumov and Sirotinin.
M.I. Slonim N.I. Ragoza G.F. Mankus
Since the establishment of the Medical Faculty of the Central Asian State University, the propaedeutic therapeutic clinic has been headed by Professor M.I. Slonim. After his transfer to the faculty therapeutic clinic, the leadership of the department of npopedeutics of internal diseases passed to Professor N.I. Ragoza.
In 1933, the propaedeutic clinic merged with the faculty therapeutic clinic, under the general direction of prof. M.I. Slonim, and since 1934 it was headed by npof. G.F. Mancus.
In 1936, the clinic launched its work on the basis of the therapeutic department of the emergency clinic. The bed capacity was increased to 60.
From 1936 to 1942 the department was headed by prof. G.F. Mankus did a lot of pedagogical work, served all three faculties of TashMI.
The research work of the department dealt with the following topics: Clinical and biochemical changes in case of poisoning, gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer, the level of excretion and secretion in case of peptic ulcer, changes in the body in case of endocrine pathology. Under the leadership of G.F. Mankus defended three Ph.D. dissertations.
In 1943, the propaedeutic therapeutic clinic received its own 6aza for 100 beds on the territory of TashMI.
Until 1942, there was one propaedeutic clinic at the Tashkent Medical Institute, common to all faculties. The clinic and the department of propaedeutics of internal diseases were successively headed by professors M.I. Slonim, N.I. Ragoza and G.F. Mancus. In 1942, the department was divided into the department of propaedeutics of internal diseases of the medical faculty and the department of propaedeutics of internal diseases of the sanitary-hygienic and pediatric faculties. Thus, this department was organized in 1943 as an independent department, at the same time the III therapeutic clinic was organized. After the death of G.F. Mankus from 1943 to 1971, the department was headed by Academician ANRUS, Honored Scientist, Professor N.I. Ismoilov.
N.I. Ismoilov I.S. Tursunkhojaeva
From 1958 to 1960, the department taught the third year of the medical faculty, and also before the creation of an independent department of internal diseases and the third year of the dental faculty. From 1963 to 1967 IV course of the evening department of the Faculty of Medicine, and since 1969, IV of the Faculty of Medicine joined the III course. In connection with the growth and improvement of personnel training at the department, according to the order of the Ministry of Higher Education, the rectorate of the institute, since 1960, on the basis of the department of propaedeutics of internal diseases of the medical faculty, an independent department of propaedeutics of internal diseases of the dental faculty was allocated.
Under the guidance of prof. N.I. Ismoilov worked with M.S. Rozhkova, I.S. Tursunkhojaeva, G.K. Ziyamkhodzhaeva, E.S. Bykova, N.I. Kadysova, S.A. Faiziev, A.B. Abdurahimov, Sh.G. Mukminova, U.B. Sharapov. A large number of doctors who come from various districts and regions of the republic received specialization and advanced training in the clinic.
During the leadership of Prof. N.I. Ismoilov department continued research work. The main direction of scientific research of the department is the study of the state of the body in various diseases in the climate of Uzbekistan, i.e. study of regional pathology.
The clinic has done a lot of work to study such a common pathology in Uzbekistan as long-term intestinal disorders. Chronic enterocolitis, sprue, pellagra, the state of the cardiovascular system, liver, pancreas, intestines and the study of their function, metabolism (substances, vitamin levels, hematopoiesis, etc.) have been studied in detail and comprehensively.
Based on many years of observations and clinical studies, prof. N.I.Ismailov wrote a monograph “On intestinal diseases in Central Asia”, where the etiology and pathogenesis of pernicious anemia and anemia in intestinal disorders, the clinic and erythroleukopoiesis in Addison-Birmer anemia, in pernicious-like sprue anemia, in sprue, pellagra and protracted enterocolitis.
For the first time prof. N.I.Ismoilov expressed in the specified monograph the idea of pernicitose-like sprue anemia, proving the etiopathogenetic relationship of anemia in Addison-Birmer’s disease and in sprue. Later this term entered the literature.
A comprehensive study of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, in particular, protracted intestinal disorders, was the subject of 2 doctoral and 5 master’s theses defended by the staff of the department.
N.I. Ismailov defended his doctoral dissertation on the topic: “Bone marrow hematopoiesis in Addison-Birmer anemia, sprue and pellagra” (1945).
M.S. Tursunkhodzhaeva – “The level of some vitamins in protracted intestinal disorders” (1950), and then a doctoral thesis on the topic: “Clinic and level of some vitamins in nutritional toxicosis and intestinal disorders in a hot climate” (1955).
Ph.D. theses were defended by: E.I. Polyak – “Liver Functions in Diseases of the Stomach” (1946), S.A. Fayziev – “Pancreatic Functions in Protracted Intestinal Disorders” (1955), Kh.I. Khalmeeva – “ECG, radiographic and hemodynamic disorders in protracted intestinal disorders” (1956), R.V. Inogamova – “Age-related features of the clinic and the dynamics of antibody production in patients with chronic enterocolitis” (1971). On this issue, the staff of the department performed and published over 60 scientific articles (N.I.Ismailov, M.S.Tursunkhodzhaeva, E.I.Polyak, S.A.Faiziev, Kh.I.Khalmeeva, A.B.A6durakhimov, M.N.Ziyamkhodzhaeva, Sh .G.Mukminova).
Another big problem that the department has been dealing with for a number of years is the study of nutritional toxicosis, which was periodically observed on the territory of Uzbekistan. Heliotropic toxicosis and trichodesmotoxicosis have also been studied comprehensively, as well as protracted intestinal disorders. The department’s research revealed that heliotropic toxicosis is a common disease in which the whole body suffers, especially prolonged disorders found in the liver, and in some cases in the kidneys, therefore a number of disorders in the volume of substances develop.
Numerous studies conducted in the clinic formed the basis of the monograph by prof. N.I. Ismailov “Heliotropic toxicosis (toxic hepatitis with ascites”), where the etiology and pathogenesis of the disease, botanical, clinical, chemical and pharmacological characteristics of heliotrope, pathological anatomy of organs in humans and experimental animals that died from heliotropic toxicosis, clinic Classification of clinical forms, differential diagnosis, prognosis, outcome, employability and employment of those who have recovered, as well as sanitary and preventive measures and treatment.
With trichodesmotoxicosis (alimentary-toxic encephalitis), in addition to changes in the central nervous system, the staff of the department revealed violations of the internal organs (liver, heart, spleen, kidneys) with a violation of a number of their functions, as well as the blood system (anemia, leukopenia) etc. Moreover, some data concerning changes in internal organs were revealed in our clinic, and then confirmed by other researchers.
Studies of nutritional toxicosis formed the basis of 3 Ph.D. dissertations: S.A. Mukminova “Liver Functions in Trichodesmotoxicosis” (1956), O.S. Soboleva – “Clinic of alimentary toxicoses of food and hemodynamic, 3KG and X-ray kymographic data with them” (1956), and also entered the material of the doctoral dissertation of prof. M.S. Tursunkhojaeva (1955). On this issue, the staff of the department completed and published more than 40 scientific articles (N.I.Ismailov), M.S. Tursunkhojaeva, E.S. Bykova, S.A. Karabasheva, T.V. I6ragimova, Sh.G. Mukminova, O.S. Sobolev and 2 monographs “These changes in the internal organs in alimentary-toxic encephalitis – trichodesmotoxicosis” (N.I.Ismailov) and “Clinic, diagnosis and treatment of trichodesmotoxicosis” (N.I.Ismailov, Sh.G. Mukminova and others). Based on their research, the department developed and compiled instructions for the prevention and treatment of nutritional toxicosis (heliotropic toxicosis and trichodesmotoxicosis), which was transferred to the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
The department conducted research on the study of hypertension, atherosclerosis and thromboembolic complications in them, as well as circulatory failure. The data of these studies formed the basis of two candidate dissertations: M.N. Sultankhodzhaeva on the topic: “Some data on the regulation of vascular tone in hypertension” (1956) and Ya.A. Karimova – “Liver functions in patients with hypertension” (1957) and doctoral dissertation by U.B. Sharapova “Infernal hypertension in heart disease (1971) and a number of scientific articles (about 80) (N.I. Ismailov, Ya.A. Karimova, M.N. Sultankhodzhaeva, U.B. Sharapov, Sh.G. Mukminova, X (A. Jalilov, E. I. Polyak, etc.)
A monograph by W.B. Sharapova on the topic: “New diuretics in the treatment of cardiovascular insufficiency”. In addition, the department was engaged in studying the effect of antibiotic treatment on the patient: Clinics of diseases under the influence of antibiotics, complications during treatment, the level of vitamins was studied under the action of various antibiotics against the background of various diseases, etc. (N.I. Ismailov, Sh.G. Mukminova, R.F. Khairova, Kh.I. Khalmeeva). Studies were conducted on the study of the functional state of women with pathological menopause (N.I. Ismailov, M.K. Ziyam-khodzhaeva), drug and dietary treatment of diabetes mellitus (A.Ya. Makhmudov). About 20 journal articles published.
The clinic conducted clinical trials of a number of new pharmacological agents approved by the State. Pharm. Committee of the Ministry of Health of the USSR for a clinical trial.
So, for the first time in therapeutic practice in Uzbekistan, in our clinic, mileran was tested in the treatment of chronic myeloid leukemia, dopan in the treatment of chronic lymphoid leukemia and lymphogranulomatosis. coamide – in the treatment of diseases of the blood and liver, neobenzinol was used in bronchial asthma.
In recent years, the clinic has been conducting clinical testing of new drugs for the treatment of circulatory insufficiency, isolated: from local medicinal raw materials by employees of the Institute of Chemistry of Plant Substances of the Academy of Sciences of the Uzbek SSR. These studies formed the basis of N.G. Sultanova “Results of clinical and experimental study of a preparation of the adonizide type, obtained from the herb Adonis Turkestan” (1968), are being prepared for the defense of the dissertation of K.T. Bocharina on the topic: “The use of a new domestic drug adonizide in the treatment of circulatory disorders in rheumatic etiology heart defects” and D.M. Dzhalalova – “The effectiveness of strophanthin acetate in comparison with other cardiac glycosides in case of insufficient blood circulation.”
After Tashkent received its mineral water, the clinic began to study its influence on the course of certain diseases and metabolism (N.I. Ismailov, R.F. Khairova, N.S. Skorodumova, N.N. Nasretdinova). Revealed Tashkent mineral water was studied in various diseases of the liver, biliary tract and stomach. The positive effect of mineral water on a number of liver functions, the normalization of metabolic processes and the clinical course of diseases was revealed.
Research on the influence of Tashkent mineral water was the subject of R.F. Khairova “Experience in the use of Tashminvod and complex therapy for diseases of the liver and biliary tract” (I967) and N.N. Nasretdinova – “Functions of the stomach under the influence of Tashminvoda” and complex therapy “(the work is literary framed), and were included in 20 scientific articles published in the press.
On the above problems, the staff of the department made a number of scientific reports at meetings of scientific societies, at scientific sessions of the Tashkent State Medical Institute, at all-Union congresses, conferences in Moscow, Leningrad, Samarkand, Baku, Frunze, Tbilisi, Urgench, etc.
In order to improve the system of medical education in Uzbekistan, the Department was engaged in the compilation and publication of textbooks, in particular, textbooks in the Uzbek language. Prof. N.I. Ismailov is the author of the Textbook on Internal Medicine, the monograph Clinical, Treatment and Prevention of Tuberculosis (published three times), the textbook Nursing (and published twice) and the popular scientific and practical monograph Intestinal Diseases. In addition, prof. NI Ismailov is one of the editors of the “Canon of Medicine” by Abu Ali Ibn Sina.
Development of science and training of personnel in 1950 prof. N.I. Ismailov was awarded the title of Honored Scientist, and in 1947 he was elected a corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences of the Uzbek SSR.
During the existence of the Department, more than 350 scientific papers have been published, including: 8 monographs and 3 collections of the clinic’s works. The most outstanding works include the monograph by Prof. N.I. Ismailov “Heliotropic toxicosis (toxic hepatitis with ascites) and” On intestinal diseases in Central Asia.
From 1971 to 1976, the department was headed by Honored Scientist Professor M.S. Tursunkhojaev. Scientific activity of Professor M.S. Tursunkhojaeva was multifaceted. Her main works are aimed at the study of vitamin metabolism in normal and pathological conditions of the gastrointestinal tract, cardiovascular diseases, diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the circulatory system in the age aspect.
According to a prominent vitaminologist of the country, Professor V.V. Efremov, who devoted a lot of effort and energy to the study of the vitamin supply of the population of our country, the republic, the work of prof. M.S. Tursunkhojaeva was the fundamental basis for the elimination of avitaminosis and hypovitaminosis of gastrointestinal origin.
Prof. M.S. Tursunkhodjaeva completed a series of works on the study of indicators of vitamin and amino acid metabolism in patients with diseases of the digestive and circulatory organs in the gerontological aspect.
Under the guidance of prof. M. S. Tursunkhojaeva defended 11 candidate and 2 doctoral dissertations.
For great scientific achievements and training of highly qualified personnel prof. M.S. Tursunkhojaeva in 1968 was awarded the honorary title of “Honored Scientist of the Republic.”
Prof. M.S. Tursunkhojaeva was a talented and highly erudite teacher. Her brilliant lectures were always distinguished by novelty and depth, richness and richness of the material. visibility, accessibility and simplicity of presentation, have always aroused great interest among grateful students and doctors.
I.Y. Kasimov Karabaeva R.A
From April 1976 to August 1979, Associate Professor I.Yu. Kasymov.
Since 1976, the department has carried out planned scientific work to study the early manifestations in the treatment of heart and liver damage in patients with chronic alcoholism. The staff of the department worked to study the pathogenesis, pathochemistry, clinical course of the hepatic syndrome in chronic colitis, to identify the features of the course of cardiovascular diseases and diseases of the gastrointestinal tract in elderly and senile people in Uzbekistan.
The most valuable works performed at the department include the monograph of Associate Professor K.Yu. Kasymova with co-authors “Recognition of heart diseases” (difficulties of private and differential diagnosis). This monograph was reprinted twice (1976-1978)
From September 1979 to August 1997, the department was headed by prof. Karabaeva R.A. Associate Professor Khasanov A.Kh., Associate Professor Saidova M.Yu. Assistants: Alizhanov A.A. Murodkasymov I.R., Ismailova N.I., Azimova M.M., Isaeva O.I., Akhmedova N.A., Abdullaev A.Kh., Pavliy P.N., Eliseeva M.R., Khan B.K. ., Khodjaeva Kh.A., Alimov U.S.
The staff of the department has significantly improved the educational and methodological work at the department. They re-compiled methodological developments for practical exercises on the propaedeutics of internal diseases. At the same time, they were guided and adhered to the new scheme for compiling methodological developments proposed by the management. In addition, indicative maps were compiled for each practical lesson, according to which students prepare for classes at home. This has significantly improved the quality of self-study of students.
The staff of the department, headed by Professor Kara6aeva R.A. two teaching aids for students have been issued.
1. Textbook on General Nursing. Tashkent, 1985.
2. Kasallarni umumiy parvarishi, Tashkent, 1988, methodological development on general care for students of 1-2 courses in Uzbek.
Due to the large number of rheumatological patients in the republic and the fact that they are one of the causes of high temporary disability and disability, which causes great economic damage, it was decided to organize a republican rheumatological center on the basis of the 2nd clinic of the Tashkent State Medical Institute, scientific management the responsibility for which was assigned to the head of the department, chief freelance rheumatologist of the Uzbek SSR prof. Karabaev R.A. Under her direct supervision, the department developed an enlarged topic on the instructions of the State Committee for Science and Technology and the Institute of Rheumatology of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences “Studying the prevalence of rheumatism and the influence of various environmental factors in the conditions of the hungry steppe (on the example of the Jizzakh region) and the development of effective preventive measures ».
On the basis of data from an epidemiological survey of the population of the Hungry Steppe zone, for the first time data were obtained on the true prevalence of rheumatism in this climate-geographical zone, on the influence of various (risk factors on the incidence of rheumatism), groups of people at increased risk for rheumatism were identified, subject to dispensary observation. Based on the results of this research, 8 reports were made at congresses, conferences, including the international symposium “Risk factors for the development of rheumatic diseases.” For the development of this problem, one of the employees of the department (associate Pavliy P.N.) was awarded the medal named after S.P. Botkin, and the scientific results obtained attracted the attention of the CMEA member countries and were transferred to them.
Since 1985, the department has been involved in the development of the all-Union program on rheumatology C-O06 and, on the instructions of the State Committee on Science and Technology, performs an enlarged research work, which is part of this program, “The relationship of the immune and endocrine systems and the correction of their work in certain rheumatic diseases (rheumatism, rheumatoid arthritis, systemic scleroder ¬ mii, systemic lupus erythematosus). The development of this topic is carried out in conjunction with the Department of Radiology and Radiology of the Tashkent State Medical Institute and the branch of the Institute of Immunology of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR in Tashkent.
On the problems of rheumatology at the department in 1983-1986, a graduate student from Bangladesh Chaudhuri Muhammad IOsuf was trained for WHO, who, under the guidance of prof. Kara6aeva R.A. in 1986 in the city of Alma-Ata he successfully defended his Ph.D.
In 1987, two employees of the department defended their Ph.D. dissertations under the guidance of prof. Karabaeva R.A.: in April 1987 in the mountains. Yaroslavl defended Ph.D. dissertation ass. Eliseeva M.R. on the topic: “Study of the cellular system of immunity in rheumatism”, and in September 1987 in Moscow, the Ph.D. thesis was defended ass. Akhmedova N.A. “Issues of early diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis”, and in 1989 two more members of the department defended their Ph.D. In Moscow, the defense of the Ph.D. Khan B.K. on the topic: “The relationship between the state of cellular immunity and thyroid function in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus.” -Activin and its action during the year”.
The staff of the department published more than 70 works on rheumatology, there are rationalization proposals. The department took part in 4 international conferences and symposiums. Professor Karabaeva R.A., the chief rheumatologist of the Republic of Uzbekistan, for the first time organized the Republican Rheumatology Center at the clinic of the Tashkent State Medical Institute and the rheumatology department.
From 1997 to 2000, the department was headed by a graduate of the same department, Khojiakbar Khatamovich Abdullaev (born 1953), Doctor of Medical Sciences. In 1978 he graduated from the Tashkent State Medical Institute. He defended his Ph.D. thesis in 1990, his doctoral thesis in 1997. He is the author of 70 scientific papers. The department conducts academic, scientific and medical work.
The department is testing new drugs used in the treatment of astrological patients and patients with diseases of internal organs. During this period, Professor R.A. Karabaeva, professor Saidova M.Yu., associate professors A.Kh. Khasanov, N.A. Akhmedova, M.M. Azimova, assistants Zh.A. Sultankhodzhaeva, O.I. Isaeva, D.M. Rasulova, K. K. Rasulov, S. S. Samariddinova, N.L. Khabilova, M.V. Fedorova, H. Isakova, M.Kh. Shoyusupova, Sh. Gulyamova, T.T. Saidazova.
Kh.Kh. Abdullaev M.Sh. Karimov
Since September 2000, the department has been headed by Marif Shakirovich Karimov (born in 1958) – Doctor of Medical Sciences. In 1982 he graduated from the Tashkent State Medical Institute. In 1987 he defended his Ph.D., in 1998 – a doctoral dissertation. Author of more than 500 scientific papers and 2 patents. Author of two textbooks. Prepared 4 doctors of sciences and 31 candidates of sciences. In 1992-1996 p. – head. Central Scientific Research Laboratory, since 2000 he headed the Department of Propaedeutics of Internal Diseases of the Faculty of Medicine, since 2001 – Vice-Rector for Scientific Work of the Institute. Currently, he is the vice-rector for medical work of the TMA.
During this period, professor-consultant R.A. Karabaeva, associate professors: M.M. Azimova, N.A. Akhmedova, A.M. Ryabchikova, senior lecturer. J.R. Sultankhodzhaeva, assistants: N.L. Khabilova, Kh.M. Marufkhanov, Sh.A. Khalmurzaeva, M.V. Sibirkina (Fedorova), N.N. Chubenko, M.A. Tashtemirov
In 2001, clinical residents Eshmurzaeva A.A., Khabibullaeva N.G., Sim E.V. came to the department. Clinical residents were supervised by prof. Saidova M.Yu., who has tremendous clinical, pedagogical and scientific experience.
At the end of the clinical residency since 2003 Eshmurzaeva A.A., Khabibullaeva N.G., Sim E.V., Kurbanova S.P. work at the department as trainee teachers. Experienced teachers of the department are constantly working with young teachers: Professor Karimov M.Sh., associate professors Azimova M.M. and Akhmedova N.A.
Under the leadership of M.Sh. Karimov, since 2000, the department was first organized and began to teach students of the faculty of Nursing with higher education (MVO), in four subjects. Based on the WHO International Nursing Program “LEMON” – Fundamentals of Nursing, Internal Medicine in Nursing, Family Nursing and Nutrition in Nursing. For the first time, a curriculum was developed – in all four subjects, and a scheme was developed for “Nursing case history” (for the MVO faculty), “Patient examination card” (for 3rd year students). It is necessary to note the special merits of the associate professor of the department Nazira Arifjanova Akhmedova in the development of the curriculum. N.A. Akhmedova can be called one of the founders of this direction.
In 2001 Assoc. Akhmedova N.A. completed a 2-month training course on the “Nursing” program in Japan, organized by the Japan International Cooperation Agency in Uzbekistan – JICA. The acquired knowledge and experience is actively introduced into the learning process of students of the Faculty of Moscow Higher Education (OMH) and students of the FPC. Published in republican medical journals and newspapers, many articles are devoted to nursing, as well as made presentations on television and radio, at conferences and seminars of republican significance. It should also be noted that for 10 years from 2001 to 2011, under her leadership, more than 120 people were trained at the advanced training course for teachers for the faculties of the MVO of other universities and medical colleges of the republic. Also, for the first time, the SSS of nurses with higher education was organized at the department. The participants of the SSS were awarded the Grand Prix of the SSS Institute. Four members of SSS subsequently defended dissertations Ph.D. on nursing, among them the main honey. sisters of the Ministry of Health, a military hospital and teachers of TMA.
In 2001, for the first time at our department under the guidance of M.Sh. Karimov was introduced by the OSCE to conduct interim polls. With the active participation of associate professors of the department M.M. Azimova and N.A. Akhmedova and all employees of the department. On the initiative of the rector Academician T. A. Daminov, the experience of the department was subsequently introduced at all clinical departments of the First Tash State Medical Institute.
Subsequently, this technique was introduced in all medical universities in Uzbekistan. In 2003, a methodological recommendation was issued for teachers on conducting intermediate control using the OSCE method.
The department continues research in rheumatology, research and study of new anti-inflammatory drugs, basic drugs used to treat autoimmune pathology. Under the guidance of prof. Karimova M.Sh. 2 graduate students, 1 doctoral student and 5 applicants are conducting their scientific research. Under his guidance, Chubenko N.N. successfully defended her PhD thesis.
From 2003 to 2005, the Department of Propaedeutics of Internal Diseases published the following methodological manuals “Propaedeutics of Internal Diseases” (3 volumes), “Doctor and Patient”, “Bemor va shifokor”, a collection of tests on propaedeutics of internal diseases for 3rd year students (2 volumes), testicles kasalliklar propedevtikasi fanidan 3rd year uchun test tuplamlari (2 volumes), “Nursing history of the disease” (for the faculty of MVO), “Patient examination card” (for 3rd year students).
In 2005, TashGosMI-I and TashGosMI-II were reorganized into the Tashkent Medical Academy, which is entrusted with a huge and responsible task – the training of qualified specialists. Since September 2005, two courses have been attached to the Department of Propaedeutics of Internal Diseases: Hematology, VPT and prof. pathology. The composition of the department: professor-consultant R.A. Karabaev, prof. N.M. Kholmatova, associate professors N.A. Akhmedova, M.M. Azimova, G.S. Agzamova, senior lecturers: M.V. Fedorova, Tillaeva G.S., Khabilova N.L., Umarova N.U., Rustamova Kh.M., Sabitkhodzhaeva S.U., assistants: Kurbanova S.P., Khabibullaeva N. .G., Mirzakhanova M.I., Rizamukhamedova G.Yu., Sim E.V., Eshmurzaeva A.A., Nasrullaev A.M., Shokirova F.Zh., Saidkhanova H.K.
In 2006, under the guidance of prof. Karimova M.Sh. 1 doctoral dissertation of Mirzakhanova M.I. and 2 candidate dissertations of M.V. Fedorova and Tillaeva G.S. were defended. Doctoral student Marufkhanov Kh.M (defended his doctoral dissertation in 2008 on the topic “Morpho-functional state of the gastrointestinal tract in rheumatological patients”).
Currently, the department has 3 doctors of sciences, 4 PhDs and 3 PhDs. The composition of the department: Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department Karimov M.Sh. associate professors M.M. Azimova (Ph.D.), Marufkhanov H.M. (D.M.S.), M.V. Sibirkina (C.M.S.), Tukhtaeva N.Kh. (DSc), Eshmurzaeva A. A. (PhD.), Art. teacher Nurmetov Kh.T. (Ph.D.), Khudaiberganova N.Kh., Rakhmatullaeva G.K. (PhD.), assistants Abzalova D.A., Shukurova F.N. (PhD.), Talipov R.M., Gimadutdinova A.R., Azadaeva K.E. Clinical residents: Mullakulov Zh.Zh., Alikulova Kh.Sh.
Graduates of our department work in various areas of the healthcare system in our country and abroad.
The staff of the department is constantly working on the “spiritual, educational and educational” direction. The department actively participates in all events held at the academy. Employees of the department with students visit museums, theaters, the botanical garden and parks of culture, historical places of the city of Tashkent and the republic. Spend a day reading books.
Since 2000, the department has defended 4 doctoral and 31 master’s theses, which allows us to note its high scientific potential and recognize the department as a leading scientific center, a friendly and creative team led by wise leaders who look to the future with optimism. In the future, there is an opportunity to expand the scientific direction, focused on optimizing and improving methods for predicting, diagnosing, and treating therapeutic diseases using high technologies. The number one task is to train highly qualified therapists and rheumatologists for our country. With such bright thoughts and clear goals, we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the department and will continue to try to comply with the positions, principles and traditions of our great teachers.