With the development of medicine and high technologies, an inhalator appeared at home of each family who has children. Inhalator helps to cure cough or cold in children and older patients. Reliable inhalator is a vital necessity for CF patients. Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a rare genetic disease causes disorder of the respiratory system. Such sicknesses as Bronchitis, pneumonia, constant cough always come with CF. For effective management with CF, patients should inhale different medications daily. During the period of exacerbation, patients take almost 10 inhalations daily for 10-20 minutes.
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Foundation "Wings of Hope" provides comprehensive care for children with hematologic malignancies, children in need of organ transplants, patients with cystic fibrosis, phenylketonuria and other orphan diseases. Founded in 2007 on the basis of Lviv volunteer group to help children with cancer.
The small feet that can be placed in the palm, the nose, the hands with tiny fingers shivering from the slightest sound, and you look at such a small and defenseless little child and want to bind the sky, only to have it all well, and not let misfortune touch your child... Reanimation of newborns. They bring babies here not just from maternity, but directly from the maternity room, even before the mother has time to hold her baby in her arms. It turns out that their acquaintance with the world begins from this room.
Unfortunately, not all diseases can be cured. It is the sad reality. Scary words like hospice, palliative, incurable, which for a majority of people are simply incomprehensible for others have become a part of their everyday life. Among the children we take care of there are also those in need of particular treatment which will make their incurable disease not so painful.
Do you remember the amazing age of 17-18? The time when you are finally a student and the air is intoxicating, life seems infinite and exciting, when you are full of energy to live even several lives, you are so ready. You just left the parents' nest and your head goes dizzy with opportunities and possibilities.
And then BOOM you get diagnosed with cancer. Leukemia at 17. And suddenly your life starts being measured by thousands of hryvnias. Can you picture this? I bet not.
Children's neurosurgery... Hearing this phrase, you feel frost on the skin and, frankly, you do not even want to think about who gets into this department. And there are children! Children with craniocerebral trauma, children with congenital pathologies, children with brain tumors. All of them without exception are waiting for difficult operations and long periods of recovery.
10-years-old Oleg Kazmiruk does not go out for the last six months, does not contact the outside world and lives thanks to blood transfusions. With his diagnosis, his own bone marrow does not work, and transfused leukocytes, platelets, and erythrocytes cope all the worse and soon will cease to help at all – this is called myelodysplastic syndrome...