Doctors of the capital’s “Okhmatdet” have begun conducting on-site consultations in the de-occupied territories, who can get in and where.
They have already examined almost one and a half hundred children in two villages of the Kyiv region liberated from the occupation. After that, they conducted an inspection in the village of Mironovka, where more than 10 thousand Ukrainians were forced to flee from the war, according to TSN .
A “medical landing force” arrived in Pryluky from the capital’s “Okhmatdyt”, although the city was not under occupation, but due to the hostilities that took place in the Chernihiv region, it is now difficult for local residents to get to the regional center and Kyiv.
Doctors are only occupying offices, and a queue is already lining up at the registration desk. Among them, 10-year-old Polina, along with her family in Priluki, are internally displaced persons. “I lived near Kharkov, in the village of Tsvirkuny, and we lived for a month in the occupation, I was wounded,” the child says.
This happened at their uncle’s house, where they moved after the Russians bombed the house where Polina lived with her parents and 4-year-old brother. “We were in the toilet, we don’t have a basement. We completely fell asleep and we survived, ”says the girl’s mother.
Polina’s mother Julia adds that she and her husband have been collecting money for the house for 15 years. Everything was there as they dreamed: in European style, with a fireplace and a swimming pool. Now we have to start all over from scratch. While they fled from the war to Priluki. But even here, where there are no Russian invaders, the daughter is afraid that they might return, so the child was brought to a psychologist.
In addition to the psychologist, there are 14 more doctors of various specialties. “These patients were purposefully selected by the polyclinic itself according to the directions, that is, children with pathology of the respiratory organs, gastrointestinal tract, musculoskeletal system, pediatric gynecologists,” says Vladimir Sova, medical director for polyclinic work at Okhmatdet.
The longest queues are for ophthalmologists, allergists and neurologists. In whom doctors discover pathologies, they immediately send them for further treatment. “With scoliosis a lot. Two have already been sent for planned surgical treatment,” the doctors say.
Doctors managed to examine about three hundred children a day. Already this Friday they plan to come to Priluki again. In the local children’s home, 80 small patients are already waiting for them.
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