The military received another batch of multitests from the INGO IHATI


Due to the introduction of martial law and the conduct of hostilities on the territory of Ukraine, the servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine are constantly under conditions of high physical and emotional stress. Such a condition requires special attention to their health. In January of this year, the MGO MIVST handed over another batch of multitests for military personnel. This initiative is of great importance for ensuring the health of the military and prevention of such dangerous diseases as HIV, hepatitis B and C, and syphilis. Delivery of multi-tests is an important step to ensure timely diagnosis of these diseases and effective treatment in case of detection of infections. Multi-tests for HIV, hepatitis B and C, and syphilis are highly effective tools for identifying risks and early diagnosis. They allow you to determine the presence of antibodies and markers that can indicate infection with these viruses. After all, HIV, hepatitis B and C viruses, syphilis are serious problems of modern society. They can lead to serious complications and affect a person's quality of life. Military personnel who are in a difficult and stressful environment are at risk of contracting these diseases. Therefore, it is important to carry out regular testing and monitoring of their condition in order to prevent diseases and quickly diagnose if necessary. After all, timely diagnosis determines the possibility of immediate treatment and prevention of further spread of the infection. As you know, the earlier the treatment starts, the less damage to the body will be. If HIV infection is diagnosed in time, antiretroviral therapy can be promptly started and the necessary treatment provided. Prevention of these diseases also plays an extremely important role in ensuring the health of servicemen of the Armed Forces. To prevent infection, it is necessary to observe the rules of personal hygiene, avoiding contact with the blood or secretions of an infected person, use only sterile disposable syringes. use condoms during sexual intercourse, etc. By paying attention to these aspects, we can ensure the safety and health of those who serve in the military and support the overall state of public health.