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35 sets for vacuum wound therapy were transferred to the Zaporozhye Regional Children's Hospital

April 2, 2022, 19:15 241 deti.zp.ua Because of the shelling and explosions from the weapons of the Russian invaders, our children receive huge wounds that take a long time to heal. Each dressing is a new injury and pain.

35 sets for vacuum wound therapy were transferred to the Zaporozhye Regional Children's Hospital

Today we visited the Zaporozhye Regional Clinical Children's Hospital. 35 sets for vacuum wound therapy were handed over.

In war conditions, these kits for our doctors are comparable to Bayraktars for the military. For these small bags turn surgeons into real magicians.

Because of the shelling and explosions from the weapons of the Russian invaders, our children receive huge wounds that take a long time to heal. Each dressing is a new injury and pain, as well as the risk of infection. When using vacuum therapy, a special hermetic bandage is not applied daily, but every three to four days, and the capillary system in the affected area is formed much faster. And no chance for infection! Even doctors are surprised when they see the same wound again.

We spent 45,000 hryvnias on these sets, a bunch of phone calls and a bit of magic. In order for the kits to arrive from Poland to Zaporizhia, several unfamiliar people connected in an incredible way into a chain. There are almost no such sets in Ukraine now, and the available ones cost twice as much.

Thanks to everyone who helps save Ukrainians in trouble! Today it is also our front. Join the army of benefactors:

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