Contemplating our project, we clearly knew why and for whom we were we arrange Observations by doctors that patients in rural areas have larger health problems, prompted the hospital administration to create a new one a medical program that would allow the rural population to be detected in a timely manner disease, as well as motivate the peasants to a more responsible attitude to prevent diseases.
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Avramyshyn Galina, the mother of the boy Maxim who has a terrible diagnosis – systemic juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, has been fighting for his son's life for several years. Terrible words and uncertainty came three years ago when little Maxim became ill and it was impossible to make a diagnosis. They were put into intensive care, took a bone marrow puncture, did a tomography, did not know if he would survive, sepsis began... Establishing a diagnosis in another hospital helped to start treatment with hormone therapy and methotrexate. However, these drugs did not help stabilize his condition for a long time.
Volodymyr Sergyovich is very laconic. He is from an ordinary rural large family, is senior. His parents raised three children, worked on a collective farm. The life path of this person is not much different from his peers. After school, he served in the army. He studied at a technical school, after which he worked as an agronomist. "I never knew what a heart is", says Volodymyr Sergyovich. Like all men, he does not like to talk about his health.
Bright light hurts the eyes, something rattles all the time, it's cold and laying is not comfortable. This is how the world meets the Preemies, their first home is a plastic box - the incubator. The first bed of a prematurely born child is towels and cloth, they feel cold, it is loud all around and it is scary. They'd be better off being wrapped in mother's embrace. Unfortunately, sometimes the child has to stay in the incubator for a long time and that embrace is only scheduled and short time.
Since childhood, the whole family tried to put Vika on her feet. Parents have already spent all their savings on treatment that lasts the girl’s entire life. They have nowhere to borrow or borrow money. Any opportunities have been used for a long time. Now Victoria has the only hope – for your kind hearts. Thanks to the support of UBB donors, the girl has already completed one course of rehabilitation treatment in Truskavets, but this is not enough for a full recovery.
Premature birth is always a risk. And it does not matter whether they occurred spontaneously or were caused by artificial means to save the life of the mother and child in severe pathologies. Fortunately, today medicine is at such a level that doctors are able to save and go out a child born with a weight of 500 grams.
Ira is an active girl: either she goes dancing or in for sports, or participates at school concerts… That was until December. The girl had a headache and nausea. Twice the parents brought Ira to the hospital but the doctors found nothing suspicious: "That’s because she is a teenager, it happens". It was only when the girl began to lose her eyesight that she had an MRI scan and a tumor was detected. Now Ira is at the Institute of Neurosurgery. She had already undergone surgery to eliminate the hydrocephalus. The next stage is the removal of the tumor but her family is no longer able to provide the daughter with the necessary supplies for this surgery.
Preterm birth, asphyxia, cesarean, resuscitation – this is the chronology of the birth of little Veronica. Resuscitation, jaundice, blood transfusion – were then. All this led to irreversible changes in the central nervous system. Doctors diagnosed the girl with a syndrome of motor disorders, and subsequently – cerebral palsy. Up to three years, Nick was not able to do anything that her peers had long been able to. However, the first rehabilitation course in her life changed the situation: first she began to hold her head, then smile and babble. It became clear that Veronica benefited from the treatment.
Healthy children are undoubtedly the greatest happiness in the world. Ruslan and Roman’s parents wished their children born healthy, but their dream didn’t come true. Cerebral palsy diagnosis came like a bolt from a blue. That day has engraved in their memory as if a bad dream, it was hard to accept such a news. Difficult times began, so many questions have arisen – what is to be done, what to do, where to find much money for drugs and treatment? Sometimes mother used to ask her friends for funds. However, it is by no means easy in the village where everyone knows each other, where no one wants to help you and support; only blame and glare. But in spite of everything, the family did not surrender and made every effort hopefully to provide kids with treatment.
"Why should we buy equipment for the hospitals? We have already paid all taxes " – it is heard often and it’s true. Perhaps the only answer might be: "Children are sick here and now and they can not wait. The renovation is too slow. By the moment when adult men and women from ministries and departments will solve all organizational issues with budgets, applications and tenders, children, who are already sick right now, could die. But we can save them, today. And those men and women will have enough work too after that. Problems with breathing, with the lungs – this is serious.
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