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Cancer Treatment in Bulgaria

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Cancer Treatment in Bulgaria

Postby Joyster » Sun 30 Dec 2012 21:00 GMT

Good Evening All!

We are planning on buying a house in the Sozopol area of Bourgas. We need to find out where you have to travel too, to obtain cancer treatment

If anyone can throw any light on that subject, I would be very grateful.

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Oncology in Sozopol

Postby MartinM » Thu 10 Jan 2013 16:37 GMT

Hi Joyster ,

Complex Cancer Center – Burgas

Address: Burgas 8000, 73 “Stefan Stambolov” Blvd.
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Oncology in Sozopol

Postby Joyster » Fri 11 Jan 2013 14:51 GMT

Hallo Martin!

Thank you so much for your help. The location is a great relief, so thank you for the information.

We had visions of a journey to Sofia or Varna perhaps.

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Postby MartinM » Sat 12 Jan 2013 19:06 GMT

For nothing Joy .May God be with you .
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Postby MartinM » Mon 14 Jan 2013 00:21 GMT

Hi Joy ,click here please http://bnt.bg/bg/news/view/92728/unikal ... _na_tumori ,can be useful .However, this is Bulgarian National Television ...It is a brand new treatment method .Unfortunately not in Burgas .Regards .Martin .
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Oncology in Sozopol!

Postby Joyster » Mon 14 Jan 2013 00:56 GMT

Good Evening Martin!



Thank you for your good wishes. Have you any information regarding costs for private treatment? We are exploring costs at the moment regarding Insurance for the first six months. It may be more cost effective to pay than it will be to insure!

I would appreciate all your help so far.

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Postby MartinM » Mon 14 Jan 2013 20:32 GMT

Hallo Joy ,Look here http://onkodispanser.vratza-bg.com/inde ... D0%B0.html .Prices should be similar in Burgas ,in Pleven etc .But here personally know some doctors .Sorry, it's in Bulgarian language .I hope you understand what is written in this link . 1 лв=52 eurocents .Regards .M .
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Oncology in Sozopol!

Postby Joyster » Mon 14 Jan 2013 21:25 GMT

Hallo Martin!

Thank you for the information once again. We are looking for a tutor for the Bulgarian Language but I can find someone to translate this. The best offer we have had so far was from someone who wished to do lessons by Skype. We hope to find someone in Scotland to help us :)

At least the costs do not look too much.


Thank you once again.

Angels blessing on you and yours for helping us out

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Postby MartinM » Tue 15 Jan 2013 13:22 GMT

Hi Joy ,This is the google-translation :

Premium services for patient selection
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Medical Service

Price lev

DIAGNOSTIC UNIT ADVISORY



Primary examination by a specialist

20th

Basic overview of the department chief

30th

Secondary exam

15th

Gynecological examination with loc. smear

30th

Gynecological examination with videocolposcopy

35th

Gynecological examination with colposcopy and CF

40th

Review patient's home by a doctor

25th

Review patient's home by a doctor and honey. sister

35th

Medical document - duplicate

5

Medical document requiring review

15th

Medical document do not require

5

Protocol TEMP - re-certification

15th

Hypodermic

3

Subcutaneous injection into the patient's home

4

Intramuscular injection

4

Intramuscular injection in the patient's home

5

Intravenous injection

5

Intravenous injection into the patient's home

7

Infusion

20th

Pleural and peritoneal puncture

30th

Puncture ml.zhleza, thyroid gland and slyunchesta

35th

Surgical wound dressing

10th

Festering wound dressing

20th

Removal of sutures by dressing

10th

ECG

5

Catheterization in women

20th

Catheterization in women with own catheter

8

Catheterization of Men

25th

Catheterization of men own a catheter

10th

Gynecological outpatient biopsy

65th

Ambrazio sampler

85th

WARD Nuclear Medicine



Renal scintigraphy with SPECT QA clearances

120th

Renal scintigraphy with SPECT QA clearance and ost.urina

130th

Perfuziona QA lung scintigraphy

60th

CC scintigraphic imaging of the shield. gland

50th

CC scintigraphic imaging of testicles

50th

CC scintigraphic imaging of the liver

40th

CC scintigraphic imaging of bone

100th

Tumorotropna QA scintigraphy

70th

CC Perfuzioona brain scintigraphy

100th

Bone scintigraphy and SPECT study of GK chat. U-January

150th

RESEARCH CLINICAL PATHOLOGY



Preparation and cytological diagnosis of preparation

cervix - 2 glasses

15th

Preparation and cytological diagnosis of preparation Tab

30th

Preparation and histological diagnosis of preparation

Operating material-one paraffin block - two glasses

35th

Special staining of paraffin block 1

10th

Consult a histological / ready / preparation

60th

Gefrirno operational research material / 1 piece /

45th

An autopsy at the request of relatives of deceased patient

120th

Departure of a corpse in the morgue by another hospital

/ 1 day /

30th

Deposit for external advice at the request of a patient



DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PROCEDURES IN GASTROENTEROLOGY



Fibrogastroscopy

100th

Fibrosigmoidoskopiya

60th

Fibrocolonoscopy analgesic with muscle

150th

Intravenous anesthesia for these procedures

60th

Abdominal ultrasonography

30th

Ultrasonography of the breast shields. gland male sex organs

20th

Endokavitarna / endoscopic, tryansrektalna, transvaginal /

Ultrasound

30th

Prevralen effusion puncture under ultrasound guidance

40th

Ascites puncture under ultrasound guidance

40th

Injection hemostasis in bleeding from the GI lysine

70th

Polypectomy

80th

Argon - plasma desktuktsiya / coagulation /

50th

Percutaneous liver biopsy

100th

Needle biopsy specimens of the liver under ultrasound guidance

120th

Puncture of the cyst / pancreas, kidney, liver /

100th

Sclerosing hemorrhoids

50th

Ligation of hemorrhoids

50th

Removal of surgical thread body GLI

40th

Removal of foreign body from the gut

50th

Balloon dilatation of the wall section of GLI

100th

Removal of rectal fekalom

60th

Dilatation of the anus with a local anesthetic

60th

Cleansing enema

10th

Medicated enema

20th

Sticking / etc for hemochromatosis. /

20th

Preparation of individual recommendations Dietetics

30th

Screening / poll for colorectal cancer without FCC

20th

Vrazkovo endoscopic ligation of esophageal varices

200th

GRAPHIC DIAGNOSTICS



Radiography - lung, chest, heart,

Mediastinum, pelvis and abdomen

Bones and joints,

17th



10th

Memografiya both breast

20th

Ultrasonography of the abdomen

At the mammary gland, thyroid, male genitalia

30th

20th

MRI without contrast

200th

MRI with contrast

380th

Endoscopic diagnostic. PROCEDURES Pulmonology



Bronchoscopy with biopsy

45th

Stationary Block



1.Pri admission of a patient without health insurance a clinical pathway

LZ which is under contract to pay for the clinical pathway.



2. When taking a patient insured, a clinical pathway for which no contract LZ,

to pay for the clinical trail of NFC.

3 With the second and subsequent placement of percutaneous nefrostoma paid market price

nefrostomniya a set.

ADMINISTRATIVE - BUSINESS UNIT



Washing of personal underwear for 1 kg. dry laundry



2 lev
Transportation at the request of the patient or his relatives



0.50 BGN per kilometer.
GENERAL PROVISIONS



1. Deposit fees are paid in advance in cash to the dispensary, with invoice and cash

Note the patient.

2. Patients with non-oncological diseases admitted to inpatient treatment pathways, pay

and user fee of 2% of the minimum wage for the first Occupant days.

3. Persons under 18 and pensioners pay a 10% reduction.



4. Health workers paid a 50% discount, and their family members a 25% discount.



5.Sluzhiteli the dispensary / former and current / service is free, and family members

they pay a 50% reduction.



6. Additional requested services beyond medical care / private room, phone,

menu food choices / Additional charges of 10% of the clinical pathway.



7. To obtain a CC score and result of imaging CD, the value of the researches

paid

Additional five lev
8. For the outcome of the color printer
At 3 lev

value of the study

9.Kserokopie document, one page



0.10 lev
10. Providing material BOF patient consultation at their request,

or in connection with the implementation of medication under Ordinance № 34 of the MH-deposit fee

at 35 lev recovering patient after return of materials BOF

deposit fee 35 lev


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MDOZS - Vratsa created by Web Studio Spider...................... Ignore all "th".Currently in Bulgaria 1 GBP is approximately 2.40 lv .And Joy ,I am very far...Regards . Martin .
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Oncology in Sozpol

Postby Joyster » Tue 15 Jan 2013 15:47 GMT

Thank you Martin so much for everything. You have been a tremendous help. The cost is very good compared to the cost if Insurance.

We have put notices on the University boards and Colleges, and hopefully we will find someone. I did not mean to indicate it should be you, I am sorry if it seemed that way. I am sure we will locate someone in the near future. We have made friends with a family in Sozopol and the man speaks Germand and we communicate this way in the last 3 years. lol.

If all else fails then we will find an intensive course when we are there no matter where we have to go too.

You have been an immense help and I thank you once again for your time and effort.

Regards

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