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Marina Zharykhina

Marina Zharykhina

Senior lecturer of the Department of Functional Diagnostics

Marina Zharykhina graduated from Belarusian State Medical University, Faculty of General Medicine, with a specialty in general medicine and preventive care in 2001. After the internship, she got the qualification of a pediatrician.

In 2009, she completed a clinical residency at Belarusian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education on the specialty «Functional Diagnostics».

Marina Zharykhina has been working at the Department of Functional Diagnostics of BelMAPE since 2010. Since 2016 until the present, she has been working there as a senior lecturer. The topic of her Candidate’s thesis is «Importance of speckle-tracking in the evaluation of the prognosis of left myocard dysfunction in patients with significant organic mitral regurgitation».

Marina Zharykhina has the highest qualification category.

She is a member of the Belarusian Association of Physicians, European Society of Cardiology (ESC), European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging  (EACVI), European Heart Rhythm Association  (EHRA), Council on Stroke Regular

Marina Zharykhina is an author and coauthor of more than 50 scientific works, including 5 educational guides, 1 patent for invention.

She participates at different national and foreign forums, seminars, conferences (Latvia, Georgia, Russia and etc.) with scientific reports.

In 2012, Marina Zharykhina did an internship on diagnostic methods in cardiology in Vilnius. In 2017, she did an internship in the frameworks of the European Union MOST at Vilnius University Hospital Santaros Klinikos on the program «Clinical Echocardiography».

Her scientific work is mainly devoted to the evaluation and implementation of new methodological approaches to ultrasound in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases.

Marina Zharykhina is also interested in echocardiography, electrocardiography, holter monitoring, 24-hour blood pressure monitoring, ultrasound researches, neurophysiological studies.

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