- Director of the International Charity Fund «Veles Ukraine» Artem Napara;
- Representatives of the International Charity Fund «Veles Ukraine» Anatoly Voloshin;
- PhD Rukhlenko Alex.
Director of the International Charity Fund «Veles Ukraine» Artem Napara said that the international charitable foundation «Veles Ukraine» continues to help Ukrainian soldiers and wounded soldiers, who came from the east Ukraine: «It is also the fund in the near future plans to hold two shares: assistance to families of fallen soldiers and action «Share with blood.»
The representative of the International Fund «Veles Ukraine» Anatoly Voloshin said that the first aid to fighters in the area ATO can provide virtually on the spot for an hour after the injury: «We want to dostuchatsya country’s top leadership, in particular to the ministry of Defence, the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Internal Affairs as well as first aid to fighters in the area ATO can provide virtually on the spot. After being wounded soldier transfusion plasma substitutes should be started within the first hour after the injury that would prevent further complications, including the loss of limbs. We can buy and deliver the saline zone in ATO, but as there is no orders from their superiors, doctors do not want to take responsibility and use these solutions. That’s why next week will meet with the leadership of the Defense Ministry, to have been given instructions, recommendations, prescribed standards, and what would this information was conveyed to each field medic. Let’s hope that this issue will be resolved immediately, «- he said.
Anatoly Voloshin said that the presence of opportunities to purchase, today approved standards for pre-hospital care is no blood transfusions, and consequently, many field medics are simply unaware of the importance of this event, able to significantly improve the survival rate of the wounded and to facilitate their rehabilitation.
PhD Rukhlenko Alex said that everyone knows about the importance of resuscitation of providing care to the wounded during transfusions of blood loss as early as possible, at least in the first hour. The time delay for more than an hour fraught with consequences and complications for the wounded.