Innovecs Foundation Will Install New Oxygen Highway in Clinical Hospital in Kyiv

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March 27, 2020 2 min read

As part of the COVID-19 Innovecs Fund, the company will purchase and install an oxygen pipeline system at the Kyiv City Clinical Hospital No. 17. It is the main hospital specializing in respiratory diseases. The new pipeline will cover several buildings of the hospital at once, its total cost will be 486 (four hundred eighty-six) thousand hryvnias. 

Such a pipeline will allow for carrying out timely oxygen therapy for many patients with exacerbation of coronavirus infection COVID-19 and with diseases of the respiratory tract.

According to the Сhief of medical issues Tatyana Baranovskaya, the old hospital system was designed to serve a maximum of 10 patients. The new oxygen pipeline will allow doctors to save 60 people at once and increase the chances of recovery for patients with COVID-19.

According to the Сhief of medical issues Tatyana Baranovskaya, the old hospital system was designed to serve a maximum of 10 patients. The new oxygen pipeline will allow doctors to save 60 people at once and increase the chances of recovery for patients with COVID-19. 

The Innovecs COVID-19 Fund provides 1,500,000 (one and a half million) hryvnias that will be used to help initiatives to fight coronavirus in Ukraine, as well as to ensure the safety of employees of the company and their families. 

The Innovecs COVID-19 Fund Working Group is currently looking for the best possible solutions to help the country overcome the epidemic. The focus of the fund is not only on medical equipment but also on special protective suits for doctors. 

In additionInnovecs employees are actively involved in volunteer initiatives that are fighting coronavirus in Ukrainewhile maintaining a remote home-based working regime. 

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