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The Help Ukrainian Hospitals, Inc fundraiser in Leuven, Belgium was successfully orchestrated by Steven Poelmans and his wife, Julia. We’re delighted to announce that 600 euros were gathered, contributing to an overall sum of $1000 raised during the event. This amount is to be used to bolster mental health resources in Ukraine. We owe our...
Having once shared a mutual passion for mountaineering these friends have reunited a decade later with a renewed shared goal supporting Ukraine in its time of need. Allow me to introduce you to Anton a skilled attorney who also serves as the Vice President of the charity Help Ukrainian Hospitals, Inc. On February 24, 2022,...
Over 700 mental health counseling sessions, 3 visits from top American educators, and hundreds of Ukrainian doctors trained in POCUS ultrasound – all within just the last few months! Your generous donations have made all this possible. Every dollar donated to Help Ukrainian Hospitals, Inc. supports the mothers, wives, and daughters of Ukrainian soldiers, while...
Professor of anesthesiology Rom Stevens has already visited Ukraine several times during the full-scale invasion with the organization Help Ukrainian Hospitals. Our presenter Iryna Khomenko talked with him online. The man explained the purpose of his visits, why he teaches Ukrainian doctors and students, and also shared his impressions of Ukraine. We thank all foreigners...
Rom A. Stevens, a professor of anesthesiology from Chicago, came to Ukraine for a third time during the full-scale war to train more than 100 doctors in point-of-care ultrasound diagnostics and field blood transfusion. He visited Lviv, Dnipro, Kalush, Kosiv and Rivne. And this is just the beginning of a bigger story! The professor wants...
This is Vadim, a traumatologist from Dnipro. Every day, he uses a not widely-known VAC therapy that prevents every other amputation in Ukraine. Before February 24, 2022, there was no need for VAC devices in Ukraine. Now each hospital in the country receives dozens of seriously wounded soldiers weekly. Dnipro hospitals received 8 VAC devices...
Viktoriya Kudryashova, editor of The Village Ukraine, asked Rom Stevens about communication with Ukrainian doctors and students, the needs of Ukrainian medicine and his impressions of Ukraine. Then read on the link https://www.the-village.com.ua/village/city/city-interview/337675-buv-anesteziologom-u-morskiy-pihoti-ssha-a-zaraz-dopomagae-likaryam-v-ukrayini-interv-yu?fbclid=IwAR3JiLiQOa7AfjTzgsSs-_TKpIcLdAFs_E3tHalO2mZPENM-DbkoZUspG74
More news from Help Ukrainian Hospitals, Inc about our dear friend and colleague professor Rom A Stevens. Professor Stevens, along with eight other esteemed American professors from the Society of Critical Care Physicians (SCCM), has recently concluded a comprehensive training program in POCUS practices for several hundred Ukrainian anesthesiologists. These distinguished lecturers from the United...
Do you remember when New York was dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic? At that time, I worked at a large hospital in the state and we witnessed that portable ultrasound machines, called Point of Care (POCUS), could be life-saving in critical situations especially when access to other medical tests is limited. POCUS machines can help...
She was on duty alone when a Russian missile hit a nine-story apartment building in Dnipro City. This is Olga Kravets, an anesthesiologist. She saw the faces of the wounded covered in blood and construction dust and heard people shouting for their loved ones. For over a year, Olga has been working around the clock...
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