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    Practical training in “Laboratory Medicine”

    10.02.2017

     
    Call for application is open for Vistamedi’s short training course: “Introduction to Practical Laboratory Medicine”. The training is free!
    The candidates will be selected on the basis of:
    1) Their CV
    2) Interview
     

    Upon successful completion of the course and learning objectives, the applicants will be awarded with a certificate.
    Send your CV and motivation letter to our email address: careers@vistamedi.ge

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    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

    29.12.2017

     
    Merry Christmas and happy new year! “Vistamedi” wishes you health and success!
     
    “ვისტამედი“ გილოცავთ შობა-ახალ წელს! გისურვებთ ჯანმრთელობას და წარმატებებს!
     
    Вистамеди поздравляет с Рождеством и Новым годом! Желаем здоровья и успехов!
     
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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    A new vacancy in Vistamedi

    15.11.2016

     
    Medical service-center Vistamedi has a vacancy for the position of an HR Manager. The vacancy text is available in Georgian language on Careers page.
     
    A girl drawing a diagram: Mentor, Motivate, Coach, Inspire, Teach, Team work, Vision, Lead by example - these components lead to Success!

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    News! ST2 test

    17.09.2016

     
    News for Cardiologists of Georgia! For the first time in the South Caucasus region – a new cardiac biomarker ST2 can be tested in “Vistamedi” Laboratory. For additional information, please visit this page or call any time: 2 18 33 18; 2 22 47 77; 568 61 00 61.
     
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    Iodine deficiency during pregnancy and early childhood

    27.07.2016

     
    The only known function of iodine in human body is participation in thyroid hormone production. In case of iodine deficiency thyroid hormones – thyroxine and triiodothyronine cannot be produced in optimal amounts. This condition is called hypothyroidism. Beside changes in thyroid function, iodine deficiency is associated with enlargement of thyroid gland that is called endemic goiter. Normal iodine intake is essential for uncomplicated course of pregnancy and delivery. Iodine deficient hypothyroidism is associated with infertility and in case of pregnancy, iodine deficiency is associated with severe complications, such as spontaneous abortion, stillbirth, preterm delivery, congenital abnormalities of fetus, mental retardation and low IQ later in adulthood. The most severe manifestation of iodine deficiency is cretinism, a medical condition characterized by significantly impaired physical and mental retardation due to mother’s hypothyroidism. Cretinism is medical curiosity nowadays but mild to moderate iodine deficiency during pregnancy is still affecting baby’s growing organism. Normal reference range of TSH for non-pregnant women is 0.4-4.0 μIU/L, but as demand on thyroid hormones is increased during pregnancy, TSH has special reference ranges according to trimesters and it should be taken into consideration during interpretation of test results. In Georgia, as iodine deficient endemic region, most women should take iodine supplementation with particular dosage under medical doctor’s supervision.
     
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    Read more about iodine deficiency in the article prepared by MD Natia Vashakmadze.

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