OBJECTIVE OF THE PROJECT
Prevention and treatment of health problems related to armed conflict in civilians, including children, through the establishment of mobile medical teams and humanitarian and medical expeditions to the regions of Ukraine affected by hostilities.
Armed conflicts destroy families, children witness horrific events, and receive psychological trauma that affects their development and adult life. In addition, this condition is significantly exacerbated by problems with food and water. The diet loses its balance, and in some cases people are forced to starve. This problem can significantly affect the physical, mental and intellectual development of the child, as well as cause the development of so-called mental, post-traumatic stress disorders and food-related diseases.
Children may have health problems related to psychological and nutritional factors. The most common of these are diseases caused by nutrient deficiencies and digestive disorders (deficiency anemia, rickets, hypovitaminosis and hypomicroelementosis, gastritis and duodenitis, dyspancreatism, intestinal infections, etc.), post-traumatic stress disorder (disorders) such as neurosis, psychosomatic, psychosomatic enuresis (urinary incontinence), anxiety, etc.), as well as problems with learning, attention, ability to remember information.
There is a catastrophic shortage of doctors, equipment and medicines in the villages and towns of Ukraine. The situation is particularly difficult in the regions directly affected by hostilities.
In fact, people are left without the opportunity to receive the most necessary medical care.
where it is needed
One of the ways to solve these problems is to create mobile medical teams (MMBs) to conduct regular humanitarian and medical expeditions in the regions of Ukraine, free medical examinations and assistance to people left without the opportunity to receive qualified medical care at the place of residence.
During humanitarian and medical expeditions, mobile medical teams with the necessary modern equipment receive patients and deliver targeted humanitarian aid, which may include personally selected functional food, multivitamin complexes and necessary medicines and medicines.
Assistance to adults and children from families affected by the military conflict includes the following areas of work:
Carrying out of complex diagnostic actions (the doctor-therapist or the pediatrician, the doctor from emergency situations, the psychologist, including children's, laboratory and instrumental methods of research)
Treatment of identified health disorders, including chronic ones
Treatment and further prevention of nutrient deficiencies
Psychological rehabilitation (treatment), which includes direct work with an adult or a child, his relatives and the environment around the child
Tasks of the mobile medical team
Prompt visit to the place of medical care
Carrying out diagnostic and counseling activities within the family and directly with children
Psychologist consultations and psychological support activities.
Carrying out medical procedures or manipulations and providing recommendations for further treatment
Provision of medicines, including vitamin and mineral complexes, functional nutrition and the necessary recommendations for prevention, psychological support, nutrition and healthy living
Remote monitoring of treatment and repeated consultations in the online format
Re-visit to the place and control of the effectiveness of the provided assistance
Ukrainian soldiers fight for peace and will give their lives to protect the lives of children, women and civilians.
The Ukrainian army heroically defends every village, every town and every city in order to end this unjust war and prevent its conflagration from spreading to the whole world.
Help army to firght fot piecefull future of Ukraine and Europe
PhD, medical doctor, scientist, physician
Deputy Chairman of the Council of Young Scientists National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine in the theoretical and fundamental medicine.
Co-owner and Medical Director of the Center for Integrative Medicine i-MED
Cardiologist and emergency physician. An integrative physician who specializes in cardiovascular health
Liana Ivanovna knows not only how to ensure a long healthy life for our heart, she is also an emergency doctor
For 20 years Liana Ivanivna worked in the cardiology and resuscitation team
Our pediatrician is a mother of three, a resuscitator and a pediatric anesthesiologist by education.
Kateryna is sure that a mother always knows what is best for her child, except in cases of severe stress and fatigue, when it is first necessary to restore the mother's resource. Then she will be able to improve the health of her child.