In the Ukraine, a video project about the work of the ventilators
6 may, 18:01
Educational project established by Rinat Akhmetov Foundation together with Minsitry, Ministry of health and the Association of anesthesiologists of Ukraine
According to who, only 5% is infected with the coronavirus of people – those who are in critical condition being treated in intensive care units. Two thirds of them need mechanical ventilation. All the necessary knowledge about the work of the ventilators can be found in the special education project.
“Tell me, does it hurt?”, – ask a question to a specialist who works with the ventilator.
“Actually, the pain a person feels, i.e., it is not painful manipulation” replies the medic.
This episode of the video project “COVID-19: what you need to know about the work of the ventilators”. This is an overview series on how resuscitators rescue patients with complications of coronavirus infection.
“About 20% of cases require hospitalization, and of those 20%, which hospitalitynet, about 20%, or one in five – require the carrying out of artificial ventilation of lungs” – explains the President of the Association of anesthesiologists of Ukraine Sergey Dubrov.
Also in the videos shows the basic information about the functionality of modern models of ventilators. This kind of video in the form of questions and answers. Professional explanation of the principles of operation of the device gives Denis Surkov, an experienced anaesthetist.
“The device continuously measures pulmonary compliance in a patient and pulmonary compliance it counts: how much pressure is needed for the patient, the respiratory cycle, in order to achieve the desired tidal volume,” says anesthesiologist Denis Surkov.
Educational project established by Rinat Akhmetov Foundation together with
The Ministry of digital transformation, the Ministry of health and the Association of anesthesiologists of Ukraine.
“The assistance of Rinat Akhmetov’s Foundation is very important and we are grateful for this timely support educational shows and educational products that are needed to Ukrainians”, – said Deputy Minister of digital transformation for European integration Valery Yonan.
The Rinat Akhmetov Foundation has sent 300 million hryvnias for fight against the pandemic coronavirus in Ukraine. Purchases and transfers to state hospitals new rapid tests, protection for doctors and modern medical equipment, including artificial lung ventilation.
“Rinat Akhmetov Foundation has contracted and paid for 200 of the ventilator, and now we, jointly with the office of the President, with the foreign Ministry, the Embassy of Ukraine in China are struggling to in the shortest possible time the equipment arrived in Ukraine. We are well aware that after there will be a question of training a large number of doctors to work on these sophisticated devices,” says the member of the Supervisory Board of the Fund of Rinat Akhmetov Natalia Yemchenko.
Additionally, for neonatal intensive care the Ministry of health organized an online consultation on the use of the ventilator. Along with an educational series that will support the ICU doctors across the country.
“Against the background of the availability of good equipment is usually required to introduce educational projects, which will allow doctors, looking at stories or short films, to understand how to manage these devices, how to configure it, depending on the needs of the patient,” explains the President of the Association of anesthesiologists of Ukraine Sergei Dubrov
The series is already available on the youtube channel and pages in social networks of Rinat Akhmetov, as well as on the portal “Dia. Digital education” Minsitry.
Earlier “Today” told that the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation together with the TV channel “Ukraine” launched a special project #Djamel. This action, which focuses on the daily heroism of the men in white coats. Fund and TV channel “Ukraine” called to say thank you to the Ukrainian doctors for their dedicated work in a pandemic coronavirus.
Support of Rinat Akhmetov’s Foundation the healthcare industry during the pandemic continues. Recently, we talked about the fact that the Fund provides expensive equipment to medical institutions of Ukraine.