On September 21, important, significant events have been taking place in Rus’ for a long time. That’s how in 862 Rurik’s comrades called, with which the history of Russian statehood began, and so the tradition continues. The battle of Kulikovo in 1380, the foundation of the first military port by Peter I, and many other events. In 2022, on this day, a Decree was issued on the partial mobilization of reserve military personnel in the Russian Federation. The political part is discussed on many other specialized sites of the network, and MedAboutMe offers information about who can be called up for service, and which of the reserve military personnel may be prevented from performing military duty by the state of health.

Who is waiting for the agenda?

This question immediately caused heated discussions on the network: passions boil on all platforms, and mainly among those who were not attentive enough and did not read the text of the decree from beginning to end. Therefore, it will not be superfluous to point out once again the key points of the decree.

The mobilization is not general, but partial, the figure is 300 thousand military personnel, which is about 1% of the total available reserve. This means that only those who meet three main criteria can receive a summons, namely:

  • who served on conscription in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation;
  • having a currently in-demand military specialty (which specialties are needed, they know only in the military registration and enlistment offices, this information is secret);
  • and the main point: those who already have combat experience.

The appeal concerns mainly men, but may also affect women who are liable for military service.

Of those who meet all three of these requirements, many may not pass for health reasons, as the selection is quite strict. What should be paid attention to, what should be put in order so that the medical board of the military registration and enlistment office “does not give a turn from the gate”?

Categories to be drafted

Categories to be drafted

These are categories A and B: respectively, «good», «good with minor restrictions.» Category B (“limited fit”) will not be called up. This was announced by A. Tochenov, acting secretary of the Human Rights Council.

Refusal to mobilize or a delay can also be received by those who themselves are quite healthy, but are constantly caring for a sick or elderly close relative, or who alone is raising a child. For women, the reason for postponing or refusing mobilization may be pregnancy for more than 22 weeks, the right to postpone is also granted to men whose wives are pregnant. However, the exact list of all categories of citizens who can be granted a deferment is still being drawn up, and, probably, it can be expanded.

In addition, in accordance with Federal Law No. 53-FZ of March 28, 1998, all reservists are assigned a rank, which determines the order in case of mobilization, it is indicated on page 2 of the military ID. The first to call for reservists of the 1st rank are junior military personnel up to 35 years old, junior officers up to 50 years old, majors, captains of the 2nd and 3rd ranks and lieutenant colonels — up to 55 years old, colonels and captains of the 1st rank up to 60 years old, and senior officers up to 65 years old. Women who are liable for military service, regardless of rank and age, have the 3rd category, that is, they are the last to be called up.

Who is affected by health?

The list of diseases that interfere with service in the armed forces of the Russian Federation is quite extensive, but it makes no sense to consider it all, since those who have already served are subject to mobilization, which means that they have already been recognized as fit for military service. However, some pathologies may appear later, from which no one is immune.

An obstacle to conscription or a reason for delay may be:

  • receiving disability due to various causes, including injuries and injuries received under various circumstances;
  • epilepsy;
  • HIV infection;
  • malignant neoplasms;
  • bronchial asthma;
  • syphilis;
  • severe diseases of the vessels of the brain and spinal cord;
  • infectious, fungal and parasitic diseases in a chronic, relapsing form or not amenable to treatment (including tuberculosis, infectious hepatitis, etc.);
  • endocrine diseases (euthyroid, nodular, diffuse toxic goiter in severe form, alimentary obesity of III and IV degrees, moderate and severe forms of diabetes mellitus);
  • mental disorders;
  • multiple sclerosis and other nervous diseases;
  • spinal and brain injuries;
  • infectious or parasitic lesions of the nervous system (meningoencephalitis, tick-borne encephalitis, acute serous meningitis, etc.);
  • some developmental pathologies, eye injuries and ophthalmic diseases, including glaucoma, hyperopia more than 8 diopters, myopia more than 6 diopters, some forms of color vision impairment, etc .;
  • ear diseases: some may require a delay in treatment, others will give grounds for assigning a category not subject to conscription, which is determined by the medical commission;
  • dental problems, in particular, the absence of a certain part of the teeth (more than 10 of any or more than 8 molars on one jaw, or 4 on one on one side and 4 on the other jaw on the other side)
  • rheumatism;
  • hypertension (pressure higher than 140:90 mm Hg);
  • ischemic disease and a number of other heart diseases;
  • diseases of the respiratory system, causing significant impairment of respiratory function;
  • diseases of the digestive tract with significant dysfunction, including conditions after surgical operations;
  • diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue that are difficult to treat: chronic eczema, atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, bullous dermatoses, etc.;
  • arthropathies of infectious and inflammatory origin (rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthropathy, ankylosing spondylitis, etc.);
  • injuries resulting in the loss of fingers or limbs;
  • foot deformities with significant functional impairment, including flat feet and lack of toes;
  • chronic kidney disease;
  • diseases of the male and female genital organs associated with moderate or significant dysfunction;
  • injuries of the bones of the skull, torso, spine with subsequent dysfunction, regardless of the results of treatment;
  • past poisoning with various substances, exposure to various factors, including radiation, water or air pressure, high or low temperatures, resulting in moderate or significant functional impairment;
  • physical parameters: weight less than 45 kg.

Military medical commissions

Military medical commissions

The above list is only an approximation. In fact, it is very detailed and extensive, and in many cases the decision is made on a case-by-case basis. This happens during the passage of the military medical commission (VVK), whose duty is to conduct a military medical examination, which is mandatory for everyone who is subject to conscription, enters into a contract for military service, goes to military training, etc. It is the VVK that determines the category of fitness citizen and decides whether he can be mobilized, and in what capacity. The decision is made on the basis of existing regulatory documents.

If a citizen is not satisfied with the conclusion issued by the military medical commission, he has the right to challenge it by applying to a higher VVK or to a court. If his arguments are found to be justified, a re-examination and additional examinations may be scheduled, which may become the basis for revising the conclusions of the commission.

Mandatory examinations during the passage of VVK

To pass the commission, you must undergo the following examinations and pass a series of tests:

  • results of radiographic or fluorographic examination on digital media or in the form of fluorograms, the study should be carried out no more than 6 months before the passage of the IHC;
  • results of a general clinical blood test;
  • general urine analysis;
  • electrocardiogram at rest and with exercise (for those over 40);
  • blood test for antibodies to HIV, hepatitis B and C, syphilis;
  • examination of biological fluids for narcotic and psychotropic drugs.

Citizens over 40 additionally undergo a blood test for glucose levels, an ophthalmologist measures intraocular pressure.

In the presence of everything necessary, a citizen is examined by members of the VVK: a therapist, a neurologist, a surgeon, an ophthalmologist, an otolaryngologist, a dentist, a psychiatrist, and if the commission deems it necessary, then other specialists.

Earlier we wrote about the requirements for those who want to get into the airborne troops. Read about it in the article “I would go to the paratroopers: what is needed for this?”.

Application. Requirements for the state of health of citizens subject to initial military registration, citizens subject to conscription for military service (military training), citizens entering military service under a contract, citizens entering schools,

Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation of July 4, 2013 N 565 «On approval of the Regulations on the military medical examination» (with amendments and additions)


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