On the eve of St. Nicholas Day, the Miroplast Company (one of the investors is
Vadym Iermolaiev) donated medical materials for the neonatal center of the
regional children’s clinical hospital (Kosmichna Street, Dnipro)
The company presented the clinic with polyurethane catheters for short and medium term infusion therapy, as well as radiopaque polyurethane catheters for long term venous access.
These catheters are inserted peripherally (PICC Line). They are also called central lines for newborns. Unlike conventional catheters, these materials do not cause complications and are safe for babies.
Now there is only one Department of anaesthesiology and intensive care for
newborns in the region. Every day critically ill children are admitted to the unit,
including those who are very early preemie, and those who require immediate
Medical materials used to save babies are rather scarce, but important for saving the lives of young patients. Therefore, the management of the Miroplast company together with the investor Vadym Iermolaiev decided to provide the centre with assistance and purchase the necessary medical equipment.
“By our example, we want to urge partners and colleagues not to be indifferent, especially when this is about the life and health of the future generation,” said the Company representatives.