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Beata Szmidt, a midwife working at the hospital, said: “Each mother, after the birth of a child, receives a leaf with the name and date of birth of her child. Together with her partner, she can then place the leaf on a branch.”
A medical evacuation hub in south-eastern Poland and the patient transport system are prepared to handle any increase in the number of patients from Ukraine, Poland’s health minister said on Wednesday.
Poland is preparing to step up the transfer of Ukrainian hospital patients, including wounded soldiers, to other European countries, with some going to Polish hospitals, a health ministry spokesman has told PAP.
EU Medevac Hub, a medical facility that will prepare wounded Ukrainians to be transported to other European countries for treatment, was opened in south-eastern Poland on Thursday.
In a similar way to animal-assisted therapy, the furry robot responds to each touch as if it were alive, can move its head and limbs and can even imitate the sounds of an infant Harp seal.
Anybody suspected of being infected with monkeypox will be sent to hospital and isolated, a health ministry spokesman has told PAP.
Resembling an art gallery rather than a doctor’s office, visitors to the ProfMedica clinic are greeted by a three storey atrium at the centre of which stands a monumental sculptural composition wall reaching to the top of the third floor.
Poland will receive medical equipment worth over USD 4 million as part of a project planned by Saudi Arabia to help countries neighbouring Ukraine offer medical assistance to war refugees from Ukraine.
The EU has transferred 47 Ukrainian hospital patients from Poland to facilities in other European countries as part of a programme to relieve the healthcare systems of the countries neighbouring Ukraine.