The only way out for Olena is a portable oxygen concentrator which will allow her to move. The cost of the device is 103 950 UAH. Olena and her family do not have such funds. On dobro.ua we collect part of the required amount
Story heading “How the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting the life of PH patient?”
To your attention we present a story #5 from Tetiana Venhreniuk, the mother of the child, Anita Venhreniuk (diagnosis – pulmonary hypertension). “My life has changed, my thoughts have changed too. I thank God for every day I live, for my every breath… People care for such little things, but in fact they are worthless to care about.
CF “Sister Dalila” is trying to solve the problem with office repairs
CF “Sister Dalila” is taking care of PH patients and is renting lodging at the address: Hlyboka str. 12, c. Lviv (the building was built in 1910, it’s an ancient monument) and it requires repairing. Because of the office problems with draining system, the walls of the lodging become wet on the floor level and it can lead to possible fungus appearing.
To your attention the story #4 of Anna Gromilova (diagnosis – PH) about her life during Covid pandemic
“I stopped going out and communicate with people at all, as I am afraid of being infected very much”, - Anna Gromilova
Child knitted collection “Bear” is already in hands of the winner of the charitable lot
We congratulate Iulian Slipetskyy on winning of the second drawings of charitable lots
To your attention a story #3 of Oksana Iakymets (diagnosis – PH) from the story heading about her life during Covid pandemic
“No, I do not, but I fear. Everybody has its own opinion. It is difficult for me to wear face masks, I am breathless then, and my head is turning, I have fever…I wear a face mask only in public transport and at shops”? -, Oksana Iakymets
To your attention a story #2 of Svitlana Sazhyna (diagnosis – PH) from the story heading about her life during Covid pandemic
Interview with Nazzareno Galie, Professor at the University of Bologna, on the role of trust and cooperation between patients with Pulmonary Hypertension and physicians.
"You can see good prospects for future treatment of Pulmonary Hypertension", professor at the Bologna University.
Interview with Harold Fischer, the President of the Austrian Association of Pulmonary Hypertension
Interview with Harold Fischer, the President of the Austrian Association of Pulmonary Hypertension. His personal experience and his daughter`s difficult path as a PH patient and a positive look for the future.
We have started our story heading “How the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting the life of PH patient?”
To your attention a story #1 of Viktoriia Burbura (diagnosis – PH): 1. How could a possible COVID-19 infection affect your current medical condition? “- It can worsen my health condition.” 2. How does the current situation (extensive spread of COVID-19) affect your quality of life/everyday life? And why? “- It affects my psycho-emotional condition, namely: continuous anxiety, limitation in communication; in other words it has a negative influence on me: wearing a face mask that is difficult
Is it safe for PH patients to go to work? What should a PH patient do is his/her family member gets sick?
Is it safe for PH patients to go to work? Adults with PH should try to work remotely whenever possible. You should consider the infection rate in your community, health of household members, financial situation and job type if you decide to go into your workplace.