According to the American publication The Wall Street Journal, over 50,000 Ukrainians have become disabled since the start of the full-scale war, which has been going on for over 1.5 years. They have lost hands or legs. This is not an accurate figure, as the number of people with amputations is growing.
Mine-explosive injuries are very complex, and it is often difficult to form a functional residual limb after amputation. Many patients develop neuromas, osteophytes, and painful scars. All of this makes it impossible for prosthetics to be successful without additional surgery, such as reamputation or stump correction.
In the Dobrobut medical network, a team of surgeons and traumatologists performs reconstructive-plastic operations on amputation stumps for military personnel. This helps our defenders to be fitted with prosthetics as soon as possible and return to active life – to the front or to help other war-wounded in the status of a veteran. The Dobrobut team knows how to comprehensively treat such patients: in addition to the operation itself, they also provide psychological support during the preparation for surgical interventions, throughout all procedures and rehabilitation.
The goal of the program is to prepare military and civilians who have lost limbs for further prosthetics. This includes providing initial medical care, reconstructive surgery, rehabilitation, and ongoing support.
Program Components and Cost of Services:
- Initial examination by a doctor
- determination of the scope of treatment
- preoperative preparation reconstructive surgery
- medication, classes with a rehabilitation therapist
- on-line support of the patient by the attending physician
The list of documents required to participation in the consideration of the status of beneficiaries of the program:
- Identity documents (passport, taxpayer identification number)
- Documents on military service (for military personnel)
- Medical reports confirming the injury received during hostilities
Beneficiary selection algorithm and program implementation stages:
- Foundation employees review the application for participation in the program and confirm compliance with the requirements for the beneficiary.
- The Foundation manager informs the members of the special commission about the beneficiary’s candidacy.
- The commission considers the candidacy, studies the documents, medical and social factors, and makes a decision.
- The beneficiary receives a written confirmation of participation in the program.
- The beneficiary is scheduled for a convenient time to receive medical services.
- After providing all medical services to the beneficiary, an invoice is generated for the Foundation from the Dobrobut medical network.
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- Early recovery, return of soldiers to service, the ability to lead a full life, and rapid adaptation to life in new conditions
- Improving the quality of life of the wounded
- Reducing the burden on the state medical system