3 000 express tests were handed over to the National Guard of Ukraine for the timely detection and control of infectious diseases

Yesterday NGO "International Institute of HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis" implemented one of the items of the project of cooperation with the National Guard of Ukraine. Within the cooperation of the military-medical department of the National Guard of Ukraine with the Institute in combating the spread of socially dangerous infectious diseases, was provided 62 sets of sanitary posters about TB and other infectious diseases, and 2000 test cards for rapid tests to determine the HIV / AIDS and 1000 test-cards for determining hepatitis B and C.

"The main object of our cooperation is to reduce the danger to the lives of soldiers as a result of wounds. Hepatitis and HIV/AIDS are currently the most widespread infectious diseases and we are trying to provide the necessary tools to combat them", - said delegate of the International Institute for HIV / AIDS and Tuberculosis Maria Dolinska. 

Oleg Mikhailyk, the Chief of the Chief of the Main Military Medical Department of the National Guard of Ukraine, said: "Now we have more opportunities for timely detection and treatment of these diseases that are dangerous to our society. Primarily testing will be personnel who participated in the area of ATO and military personnel who had contact during emergency aid, as well as servicemen who were taken to the service of the National Guard of Ukraine".

Before, within the cooperation between the military-medical department of the National Guard of Ukraine with NGO "IHATI", 15 military doctors from different regions of Ukraine participated in the training courses "Voluntary HIV counseling by fast tests". Courses have helped to obtain the necessary skills for testing and counseling of patients.

"We hope for further cooperation with the National Guard of Ukraine. Our actions in realization of the project will help to save the life and health of the military personnel and will contribute to the happiness of the whole of Ukraine ", - commented the director of the Institute Eliot Jacobz Pearlman.

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Combine and Overcome Hepatitis B and C: to Know, to Test, to Treat


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Recently, the director of the international non-governmental organization "International Institute for HIV / AIDS and Tuberculosis" Eliot Jacobz Pearlman, provided patronage assistance to the 59th and 66th military mobile hospitals: he gave 2 120 units of test systems for the detection of viral hepatitis B and C.

Also, within the program for the prevention of viral hepatitis, HIV / AIDS and tuberculosis among military personnel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the US Army Colonel Eliot Jacobz Pearlman provided delivery of test systems at his own expense to the specified medical units (530 units of testing systems for hepatitis B and 530 for hepatitis C).

The main purpose of this program is to increase access to diagnostics of viral hepatitis B and C among the military personnel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

The Director of the International Institute for HIV / AIDS and Tuberculosis said that it is necessary to unite in order to raise awareness and mobilize communities to provide access to the testing, diagnosis and treatment of hepatitis B and C, as this problem affects everyone.

 

The patronage assistance for servicemen of the National Guard of Ukraine

On the 9th of November, the official donation of patronage aid (1000 units of rapid tests for the detection of viral hepatitis B and C and 480 units of sanitary ballot about prevention of TB and sexually transmitted infections) will be held on the territory of the Main Military Medical Department of the National Guard of Ukraine. This action is realized by the expense of the director of the International public organization "International HIV/AIDS and TB Institute" Eliot Jacobz Pearlman.

For reference: more than 2 years, the Institute cooperates with the medical service of the National Guard of Ukraine and actively assists the it's servicemen in confronting socially dangerous infectious diseases.

Viral hepatitis is a serious challenge to Ukrainian society


On the 9th of October institutions was held the training "Viral Hepatitis Is a Serious Challenge to Ukrainian Society". Training was organized by "International Institute of HIV / AIDS and Tuberculosis"
for specialists in laboratory diagnostics of health facilities of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine and the National Guard of Ukraine.

All expenses related to the training were carried out at the expense of the director of the International non-governmental organization "International Institute of Problems of HIV / AIDS and Tuberculosis" Eliot Jacobz Pearlman within the program of prevention of viral hepatitis, HIV / AIDS and tuberculosis among military personnel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

The medical staff was given the opportunity to get and master the theoretical and practical skills of rapid tests for viral hepatitis B and C using rapid tests.

For reference: viral hepatitis represents a difficult global problem, which is still far from its own decision.

Viral hepatitis in Ukraine occupies a dominant position in the structure of infectious pathology. This group includes up to 30% of all infectious diseases, except influenza and acute infectious diseases of the upper respiratory tract.

Among the many pathogens, a special place belongs to the viral hepatitis A, B and C. Distinguishes these pathogens from each other not only the structure and routes of transmission, but also the frequency of subsequent chronic lesion of the liver, its cirrhosis and primary cancer. Viral hepatitis B and C give a significantly higher percentage of transition to chronic form than hepatitis A. When hepatitis B it is 10-20%, with hepatitis C - up to 80%. These varieties of hepatitis are the biggest problem of modern infectious diseases due to the possible development of cirrhosis and liver cancer. According to the World Health Organization, 57% of cases of liver cirrhosis and 78% of cases of primary liver cancer are due to chronic viral hepatitis B or C.

About 2 million people die each year from the effects of parenteral hepatitis. The cost of treatment and the study of these diseases require a lot of effort.

 

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