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The ongoing humanitarian crisis in Ukraine has quickly become historic for its magnitude. The conflict has also led to crisis within the Ukrainian healthcare system. Here is how the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) has been helping.
The ongoing humanitarian crisis in Ukraine has quickly become historic for its magnitude. Thousands of people have died and the number of Ukrainian residents who fled the country has led to Europe’s biggest refugee crisis since World War II.1 The conflict has also led to crisis within the Ukrainian healthcare system.
More than 70 healthcare workers have been killed and nearly 100 healthcare facilities and more than 12 ambulances have been seriously damaged or destroyed. Many more have been injured. Approximately 1000 healthcare facilities are in close proximity to conflict areas or in changed areas of control across Ukraine. These facilities and their staff need support and assistance. Here is how the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) has been helping.
Posted: 7/27/2022 | 0 comments
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