Sergey Petrovich Fyodorov (1869–1936) — an outstanding Russian surgeon and urologist (the 150th anniversary of the birth)
The article is devoted to the 150th anniversary of the outstanding russian physician, scientist and health care organizer Sergey Petrovich Fedorov (1869–1936). As head of the department of hospital surgery at the Military Medical Academy from 1903 to 1936, S.P. Fedorov made an invaluable contribution to many areas of surgery, and especially to urology. For the first time in Russia, S.P. Fedorov performed cystoscopy with ureteral catheterization and proposed a method for determining a separate
... mining a separate kidney function – an indigo carmine test. Also he was the first in our country who performed a suprapubic adenomectomy. On top of that he developed a renal clamp bearing his name. In 1907, in St. Petersburg, the first urological society in Russia was established on the initiative of Fedorov. In 1923, on his initiative, the publication of the journal Urology was launched. These and other achievements of S.P. Fedorov forever immortalized his name among the most prominent representatives of the medical science of our country. In 1907, on the initiative of S.P. Fedorov in St. Petersburg was created the first Russian urological society. In 1923 he initiated the publication of the journal "Urology". These and other achievements of S.P. Fedorov forever immortalized his name among the most outstanding representatives of medical science of our country.