Background. Approximately 14% of people with COVID-19 develop a serious illness requiring hospitalization and oxygen support, 5% need hospitalization in the intensive care unit. At the beginning of the pandemic, countries faced a shortage of such specialized equipment. A complete oxygen system should consist of the following elements: oxygen sources, delivery devices, control and conditioning devices, and patient monitoring devices. Objective. To assess the supply of medical equipment during the pandemic in Kazakhstan. Materials and methods. We conducted a review of empirical studies, statistical data and case studies, reports of the World Health Organization, the United Nations and the World Bank, studies of public spending, the Global Health Expenditure Index. By the method of sales analysis based on a marketing plan, a mathematical model has been developed that allows optimizing sales surcharges and service fees in the implementation. Results. There is a surge in demand for medical equipment. The release of some diagnostic devices is carried out on JSC “Aktyubrentgen”. Pulsed X-ray machines have become widespread. 132 city and regional hospitals and 53 rural ones are equipped with the necessary diagnostic equipment. There is a 2.5-fold increase in investment. Conclusion. Timely adopted resolutions and the creation of customs-free conditions gave a positive result on deliveries. To improve the process of Kazakhstan's medical devices entering the international market, a step-by-step algorithm should be developed that would include marketing steps and follow-up actions to promote medical equipment.
Zhandulla Nakipov1, Gaukhar Dauletova1, Karlygash Tebenova2, Serik Abdiraimov1, Zaituna A. Khismetova3, Assiya K. Turgambayeva1, 1 NJSC «Astana Medical University», Department of Public Health and Management, Nur-Sultan, Republic of Kazakhstan; 2 Academician E.A. Buketov Karaganda University, Department of Special and Inclusive Education, Karaganda, Republic of Kazakhstan; 3 NJSC «Semey medical university», Semey, Republic of Kazakhstan.
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Nakipov Zh., Dauletova G., Tebenova K., Abdiraimov S., Khismetova Z.A., Turgambayeva A.K. Analysis of the supply of medical diagnostic equipment during the pandemic in Kazakhstan // Nauka i Zdravookhranenie [Science & Healthcare]. 2022, (Vol.24) 2, pp. 6-14. doi 10.34689/SH.2022.24.2.001

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