One of the best ways to help people is to help those who save lives. The +7 Fund treats highly qualified Russian doctors with respect and tries to provide them with all the necessary support.
Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the +7 Fund Timofey Kurgin, in agreement with the Ministry of Health of the Irkutsk Region, helped to purchase medical equipment worth 20 million rubles for the prevention and treatment of complications caused by coronavirus infection.
For one of the medical institutions in Irkutsk, two video gastroscopes, a video colonoscope, a video bronchoscope and bronchoscopes of various modifications were purchased. Also, services were provided for their assembly, installation (installation), adjustment, adjustment and commissioning.
On August 3, 2021, four Servo-air ventilators (Getinge) were delivered to the children's regional hospital in the city of Irkutsk. This technique helps to make breathing of people on artificial lung ventilation as comfortable as possible within the framework of this medical intervention. The total cost of the equipment is over 10 million rubles.
The box is designed to protect personnel and reduce the risk of air contamination in the working area: this medical facility regularly conducts many tests and studies for patients with infectious and viral diseases.
One of the best pediatric surgeons in the world, Yuri Andreevich Kozlov, is a member of the Board of Trustees of the +7 Fund. His professionalism is recognized both in Russia and abroad. Yuri Andreevich became a laureate of the Man-Act prize, and after meeting with representatives of the Foundation, he agreed to join its Board of Trustees. Currently, the professor and doctor of medical sciences helps the staff of the Foundation to coordinate activities within the direction of «Medicine».
For Children's Hospital No. 1 in Rostov-on-Don, a Mindray Synovent E5 ventilator was purchased, as well as an anesthetic system for the operating unit. The assistance was provided against the backdrop of a difficult epidemiological situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The project budget was several million rubles.