Alexander Ivshin

Medical expert

Project role

Medical expert

Education

PhD in Medical Sciences; Associate professor

Professional achievements

Currently, Alexander is:

  • the associate professor of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Dermatovenerology of Petrozavodsk State University
  • the associate professor of the Center of Higher Degree for Medical Professionals of Petrozavodsk State University
  • the deputy head of Doctors and Chemists Accreditation Center of Medicine Institute of Petrozavodsk State University
  • the deputy head for Science and Research of the Institute of Medicine of Petrozavodsk State University; the head of Student Research Society of the Institute of Medicine
  • the deputy head of Accreditation and Simulation Center of the Institute of Medicine of Petrozavodsk State University
  • an obstetrician-gynaecologist of the Republican Perinatal Center, the State budgetary institution of health care of the Republic of Karelia
  • In 2014, he organized and headed a simulation laboratory for obstetricians and gynecologists and neonatologists at the Accreditation and Simulation Center for Doctors and Pharmacists of PetrSU, where he conducts training team workshops with senior students, doctors and nurses.
  • Since 2014 he has been the head of the Student Scientific Society of the Medical Institute of PetrSU.
  • In 2020 he was declared the best teacher of the Petrozavodsk State University for the successful training of the academic competition team of the Medical Institute.
  • Since 2005 he has been engaged in prenatal diagnostics and the introduction of new medical information technologies at the Republican Perinatal Center of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Karelia.
  • In 2005 he defended his thesis on the topic: "Diagnosis of cerebral circulation disorders in pregnant women and postpartum women with preeclampsia"

The overall employee tenure in Petrozavodsk State University: 28 years; Academic and teaching experience: 19 years; Medical work experience: 21 years.

The most important internships:

  1. "Training of specialists in the field of perinatology in modern conditions."
  2. "Topical issues of obstetrics and gynecology."
  3. “Operative vaginal delivery. Vacuum extraction of the fetus".
  4. "Women's Quality of Life". Kirkenes (Norway).
  5. “Prevention of HIV infections among women of fertile age in the Republic of Karelia”, Kuopio (Finland), Russian-Finnish project.
  6. "Medical Information Systems", Lappeenranta (Finland).
  7. "Information and educational environment of the organization of higher education."
  8. "Development and maintenance of an online course for training medical professionals."
  9. "Formation of professional competencies of university teachers in the field of distance learning."
  10. "Services of e-learning in the educational process of the university."
  11. "Using video conferencing systems for organizing distance learning".
  12. "Psychological and pedagogical foundations of the activities of a teacher of higher education."
  13. "Fundraising. Project Management".
  14. Professional internship at the Siberian State Medical University on the topic "Development and maintenance of an online course for training medical specialists".

Membership in organizations

  • He is an expert of the "Medical League of Russia"
  • Full member of the "Karelian Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists"
  • Member of the organizing committee of the annual conference of obstetricians and gynecologists of Karelia.

Awards

Alexander is the winner of the III International competition of academic papers of young scientists of Open Systems publishing house and The Attending Physician journal, Moscow, June 7, 2006, for his work "Cerebral circulation: a mirror of gestosis?"

He is the winner of the competition of academic papers of young scientists as a part of the VII "Mother and Child" Russian Forum, Moscow, October 11, 2005, for his work "Diagnosis of cerebral blood flow disorders in pregnant women with preeclampsia".

Scientific research

Alexander is a co-author of over a hundred scientific papers, incl. monographs, textbooks, articles published in the Russian and foreign scientific journals.

Most important publications:

  • Ivshin A.A., Gusev A.V., Novitskiy R.E. Artificial intelligence: predictive analytics of perinatal risks. Vopr. ginekol. akus. perinatol. (Gynecology, Obstetrics and Perinatology). 2020; 19(6): 133–144. (In Russian). https://doi.org/10.20953/1726-1678-2020-6-133-144
  • Grin L., Namazov A., Ivshin A. et al. Barbed Versus Conventional Suture for Uterine Repair During Caesarean Section: A Randomized Controlled Study // Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada. 2019. T.41. V.11. P.1571-1578.
  • Shakurova Е.Yu., Ivshin А.А., Yatsukhno L.V. et al. International experience of using Pabal (Carbetocin) for the prevention and treatment of postpartum hemorrhage // Russian Bulletin of Obstetrician-Gynecologist. 2016.Vol. 16.No. 4.P. 44-49.
  • Ivshin А.А., Goumeniouk Е.G. Obstetric phantom. PetrSU, 2015.120 p.
  • Ivshin А.А., Goumeniouk E.G., Shifman E.M. et al. Effect of labor stimulation on fetal cerebral hemodynamics // Journal of Obstetrics and women's Diseases. V.3. S.2. May, 2013. P. 234.
  • Ivshin А.А., Goumeniouk Е.G., Shifman Е.М. et al. Influence of birth stimulation on cerebral hemodynamics of the fetus // Journal of Obstetrics and Women's Diseases. 2013.Vol. 62.No. 2.P. 93-100.
  • Ivshin А.А., Goumeniouk Е.G. Preeclampsia. PetrSU, 2013.87 p.
  • Ivshin А.А., Goumeniouk E. G., Shifman Е.М. et al. Influence of birth stimulation on cerebral hemodynamics of the fetus // Journal of Obstetrics and Women's Diseases. 2013.T. LXII, no. 2.S. 93-100.
  • Ivshin А.А., Goumeniouk Е.G., Shifman Е.М. et al. Assessment of autoregulation of cerebral blood flow in the diagnosis of severe preeclampsia // Kursk Scientific and Practical Bulletin Man and his health. 2012. No. 4. S. 44-48.
  • Shifman Е.М., Ivshin А.А., Goumeniouk Е.G. et al. The influence of oxytocin in childbirth on the cerebral blood flow of the fetus // Togliatti Medical Council. 2011. No. 1-2. S. 97-99.
  • Ivshin A.A., Floka S.E., Shifman E.М. Cerebral hemodynamics in preeclampsia // Pregnancy Hypertension: An International Journal of Women's Cardiovascular Health. V.1. S.1. October, 2010. P. 27.
  • Shifman E.М., Ivshin A.A., Floka S.E. The use of oxytocin in labor and fetal cerebral blood flow variation // International Journal of Obstetric Anesthesia. 2009. V.18. Issue S. P 98 (S62).
  • Ivshin А.А., Shifman Е.М., Goumeniouk Е.G et al. Postural reactions of cerebral blood flow in pregnant women with severe preeclampsia // Obstetrics and gynecology. 2009. No. 6. S. 65-67.
  • Ivshin А.А., Shifman E.M., Goumeniouk E.G. Cerebral Circulation in Preeclampsia // General Reanimatology. V.2. S.1. February, 2008. P. 27.
  • Ivshin А.А., Shifman Е.М., Goumeniouk Е.G. Cerebral blood flow in preeclampsia // General reanimatology. 2008. T. 4. No. 1. S. 26-30.
  • Shifman E.M., Goumeniouk E.G., Ivshin А.А. et al. Intracerebral hemorrhage in eclampsia // General reanimatology. 2008. T. 4. No. 2. S. 75-83.
  • Shifman E.M., Ivshin А.А., Goumeniouk E.G. The influence of severe preeclampsia on maternal cerebral perfusion // Critical Care. V.1. S.2. 2007. P. 131.
  • Moroz V.V., Shifman Е.М., Goumeniouk Е.G., Ivshin А.А. et al. Transcranial dopplerography in obstetrics. The methodological guide for anesthesiologists-resuscitators, obstetricians and gynecologists and doctors of functional diagnostics / V.A. Negovsky Scientific Research Institute of General Reanimatology, RAMS, Moscow, 2007.
  • Shifman E.M., Goumeniouk E.G., Ivshin А.А. et al. The influence of severe preeclampsia on maternal cerebral circulation haemodynamics // Anesthesiology. V.1. S.3. 2006. P. 1186.
  • Ivshin А.А. Is the cerebral circulation a mirror of gestosis? // Attending doctor. 2006. No. 10. P. 18.
  • Shifman Е.М., Goumeniouk Е.G., Ivshin А.А. Activated protein C and preeclampsia // Russian medical journal. 2006. No. 3. S. 49-52.
  • Shifman Е.М., Goumeniouk Е.G., Ivshin А.А. Is blood circulation in the brain a mirror of the severity of preeclampsia? // Bulletin of intensive care. 2005. No. 6. P. 108.
  • Shifman Е.М., Goumeniouk Е.G., Ivshin А.А. Diagnosis of disorders of cerebral arterial hemodynamics in pregnant women with severe preeclampsia // Russian Bulletin of Obstetrician-Gynecologist. 2005. No. 1. P. 3.
  • Goumeniouk Е.G., Shifman Е.М., Ivshin А.А. Is the dynamics of cerebral blood flow disorders a criterion for the severity of preeclampsia? // Problems of pregnancy. 2004. No. 9. Pages 41–46.
  • Shifman Е.М., Goumeniouk Е.G., Ivshin А.А. Diagnostics of brain lesions in pregnant women with preeclampsia and eclampsia // Obstetrics and gynecology. 2004. No. 6. P. 6.
  • Ivshin А.А., Goumeniouk Е.G., Shifman Е.М. Compensatory mechanisms of regulation of cerebral circulation during the progression of pregnancy // Journal of the Russian Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. 2004. No. 4. P. 26.
  • Shifman E.M., Goumeniouk E.G., Ivshin А.А. Possibility of transcranial dopplerography use in estimation of pathophysiological changes of cerebrovascular haemodynamics in pregnant patients with preeclampsia // Proceedings of The 36th International Annual Congress of The Society for The Study of Pathophysiology of Pregnancy Organization Gestosis. Moscow. 2004. May, 24-28. PP. 317-318.
  • Shifman Е.М., Goumeniouk Е.G., Ivshin А.А. Questions of diagnosis of brain lesions in pregnant women with preeclampsia and eclampsia // Information collection: Reanimatology. Intensive therapy. Anesthesiology. 2003. No. 2. Pp. 13-17.

He made reports at conferences of various levels: international, national, regional.

The most important international conference reports:

  • «Use of Transcranial Dopplerography in the estimation of pathophysiologic changes of cerebrovascular flow in patients with preeclampsia» // VIII European Congress of Perinatal Medicine Florence, 2007. September, 9-13;
  • «The influence of severe preeclampsia on maternal cerebral perfusion» // XVIII Congress of the European society of intensive care. Amsterdam, 2005. February, 22-23;
  • «Possibility of transcranial dopplerography use in estimation of pathophysiological changes of cerebrovascular haemodynamics in pregnant patients with preeclampsia» // 36th International Annual Congress of The Society for The Study of Pathophysiology of Pregnancy Organization Gestosis. Moscow, 2004. May, 24-28;
  • «Cerebral Circulation in Preeclampsia» // XVII Congress of the European society of intensive care. Berlin, 2004. February, 13-14.

Grant research:

  • The grant of the President of the Russian Federation to support young scientists No. MK-942.2008.7 "Introduction of new diagnostic technologies in the practice of providing emergency care in critical conditions in obstetrics";
  • The grant of Federal Target Program “Scientific and Scientific-Pedagogical Personnel of Innovative Russia” No. P1059 “Transcranial dopplerography as a modern method for diagnosing and predicting preeclampsia”;
  • The grant of Federal Target Program "Scientific and Scientific-Pedagogical Personnel of Innovative Russia" No. 14.В.37.21.1926 "New technologies in the diagnosis and prediction of preeclampsia";
  • The grant of State Assignments of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation to higher educational institutions in research “Preeclampsia. Medical and social problem”.

Experimental grant studies were carried out at the Republican Perinatal Center of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Karelia with approbation and implementation of new methods for diagnosing severe complications of pregnancy.

 

Main area of professional interest

Medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, healthcare management