Glib Lazorenko (Surgeon) - asked for help to get medical instruments for injured people.
QURED, Alex Templeton and LTIO helped to gather 5000 euros, which were donated to Healthy Future NGO in Ukraine. Sunflower Relief was coordinating the aid from A-Z.
Critical medical aid was delivered to the State Scientific Institution "Scientific and Practical Center of Preventive and Clinical Medicine" in Kyiv for seriously injured Ukrainian civilians and soldiers.
“The State Scientific Institution "Scientific and Practical Center of Preventive and Clinical Medicine" recently received the much-needed equipment for the treatment of seriously wounded defenders of Ukraine.
Patients with very serious injuries are admitted to the Surgical Center of the State Scientific Institution "Scientific and Practical Center of Preventive and Clinical Medicine" (SSI "SPCPCM"). Treatment of such wounds requires certain equipment: modern medical technologies allow to significantly speed up the healing process, reduce treatment time, prevent complications, and significantly improve the general condition of the patient. It is precisely such equipment that the Surgical Center lacks in sufficient quantity.
And so, on August 19, the Surgical Center received the first part of the necessary equipment and consumables. This happened thanks to the joint efforts of the Sunflower Relief and the Healthy Future Charitable Foundation.
1 Negative pressure wound therapy system NP-100
30 Сanisters CS 300
31 Dressing kits NPWT-1-260A
1 Blood and Infusion Warmer BH-600A
Scientific and Practical Center of Preventive and Clinical Medicine (https://clinic.gov.ua) treats patients with heavy injuries who need modern technologies and equipment to recover. Glib Lazorenko, a surgeon in the Center, asked Sunflower Relief and our partners for help. Thanks to the combined efforts of our team, Charitable Foundation "Healthy Future", and a generous €5000 donation from QURED Alex Templeton and LTIO, the Center received the 1st part of live-saving medical tools on 19th August.
Special thanks to Sunflower's case lead Natalia Mykhalchenko, Oleksandra Gurvits for curating this case and Oleg Holovchenko for web design support, Daria Tsebrii - for coordinating the processes of aid, Irra Ariella Khi - CEO of Sunflower Relief.
Proper medical help saves lives, and each saved life is a saved future.
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