According to statistics, every year in Ukraine, about five thousand children with congenital anomalies of the cardiovascular system are born, of which 30-40% of patients are assessed by doctors as critical. Without surgery, 42% of these patients die in childhood, with almost 90% under one year of age. The life of more than 800 children can change the heart surgery by installing a cardiac implant (occluder).
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Within the DataHeart sports and charity project, Datagroup helps children suffering from congenital heart disease. The company raises funds for the purchase of an occluder (heart implant) and a balloon for measuring the size of the implant - without this device, the operation cannot be done.
The new patient company is nine-year-old Nadezhda Skupeyko from the village Zarechnoye of the Rivne region.
A temperature sensor is a tiny while an extremely important element within a sophisticated climate system for nursing preterm infants: an incubator. These are specifically incubators that successfully substitute for mom’s belly for little impatient ones who have rushed to come into the world before the day fixed by the nature: they help little babies to adapt to the aggressive environment where it is too cold, too dry, too bright and too noisy. Thanks to special sensors, these wonder cradles help to automatically control humidity and temperature, thus creating the necessary conditions for their guests to assimilate, grow and flutter into the world, healthy and strong.
DataHeart is a sporting and charitable project of Datagroup. The project mission is to attract as many company’s employees as possible to the sport and, with the common efforts, raise funds for operations for children suffering from heart disease.
According to statistics, in Ukraine each year almost 5k children require such operation. It has also been proved that a timely operation helps to save a child's life and it is successful in 99%. Occupational infants in about 90% of cases have a completely healthy heart and can lead a fulfilling life: to do sports, create and do favorite occupations.
Lisa Trilenko has been struggling with a terrible disease for a year now. Lymphogranulomatosis or Hodgkin's lymphoma has crept unnoticed and does not want to let girl go. Part of the struggle is over, but there is still a long and difficult path ahead. Patience, perseverance is not all that Lisa and her family should stock up on. Still need money, a lot of money for drugs. And here Lisa can not do without our help.