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8 July , 2022  

Ukraine may become the first country to describe in detail civilian medicine during the war, practitioners and experts in the field of medicine expressed this opinion during a round table at the Interfax-Ukraine agency on Thursday.
“We can become the first nation to describe civilian medicine in detail during the war. Today there is nothing like it. There is only military medicine in war conditions, these are one-sided NATO and Russian articles,” said Andrey Beznosenko, head physician of the National Cancer Institute.
He noted that there have never been articles, information from a country that systematically analyzes what happened to civilian medicine during the war.
At the same time, Svetlana Lonskaya, business development director of the ADONIS medical group of companies, said that ADONIS has introduced medical field teams for the affected regions.
According to her, a group of two or three narrow specialists is being created who travel to the affected regions and provide free medical advice to those who wish.
She also noted that ADONIS is working on creating a more stable form of stem cells for easier transportation, as they are now transported frozen at a constant low temperature.
Lonskaya predicts that the innovative form of stem cells could be stored as a cream or hydrogel patches.
In turn, the head of the Department of Inflammatory Eye Pathologies and Microsurgical Treatment of Their Consequences of the VP Filatov Institute of Eye Diseases and Tissue Therapy of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine Oleksandra Zborovskaya spoke about the need to create a supra-cluster ophthalmological center.
“The war convinced us of the need to create a supra-cluster ophthalmological center, since it is more profitable for the state to finance even the patient’s travel to the only center in the country where he can receive a closed cycle of ophthalmological care. Telemedicine has not justified our hopes. In ophthalmology, many things cannot be standardized, and methods There are simply no objective diagnostics,” Zborovskaya said.
Head of the Department of Cardiometabolic Diseases of the Clinic for Adults of the State Institution “Center for Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine” Yevhen Marushko emphasized that the Ukrainian healthcare system has survived and continues to develop.
“Is there any other country in the world where new departments, new programs, new buildings, new directions are opened during the war? Our healthcare system has not only survived, it is developing,” Marushko said.
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