This joint statement by the European Society for Emergency Paediatrics and European Academy of Paediatrics aims to highlight recommendations for dealing with refugee children and young people fleeing the Ukrainian war when presenting to emergency departments (EDs) across Europe.
Welcome to the 2022 Edition of the AcuteCVDays, focusing on Pulmonary Embolism
Acute pulmonary embolism (PE) is a life-threatening disease.
To increase awareness on optimized acute cardiovascular care for patients suffering PE across Europe, the Association for Acute Cardiovascular Care (ACVC) of the ESC proposes to convene this marketing campaign called AcuteCVdays to optimize patient care and outcomes.
The objective is to disseminate knowledge as well as recommendation on best practice on how to treat patients with Acute PE: how to diagnose, risk stratify and stabilize but also how to organise the team in charge
This programme is delivered by the Association for Acute Cardiovascular Care (ACVC) with the Scientific collaboration of the ESC Working Group on Pulmonary Circulation & Right Ventricular Function and in close partnership with ERC, EUSEM and ESICM.
EUSEM is collaborating with the following webcasts that will be openly accessible on the EUSEM Academy from May 2nd till June 4. The link will take you directly to the recording.
Please find the educational materials from the partners of the Acute Cardiovasculare Care initiative here: https://www.escardio.org/Marketing/Acute-CVDays
Our Ukrainian colleagues are requesting help to acquire used emergency cars.
#Ukraine is facing with problems related to the lack of emergency cars. Many emergency vehicles were destroyed as they were used to evacuate wounded people, both civilians and military, from the battlefield zone.
Ukrainian Emergency Services need to acquire used cars, that could operate in hot spots and help them to save lives.
If you can help, please contact Dr Mariia Suleman, at the All-Ukrainian Resuscitation Council and Emergency Medicine (ARCEM) #emergencymedicine #paramedics #ambulanceservice
The Commission officially launched its new system to channel in-kind donations from the private sector to Ukraine and countries hosting Ukrainian refugees.
The Commission can help you with confirming that your donation will be accepted, by liaising directly with the national authorities of the country where the donation will end up. The Commission also has a functioning system in place to bring goods into Ukraine.
Please find the Public Health Situation Analysis published by WHO on March 3 HERE
The Paediatric Branch of EUSEM and European Academy of Paediatrics (EAPS) initiated an open access repository that is meant to provide clinicians with shared resources to facilitate provision of optimal care to Ukrainian refugee children in many settings (i.e. in the field, in the in-hospital or out-of hospital setting). Resources can be surfed by topic or by issuing source, also a refugee data collection tool and the Ukrainian vaccination schedule can be found here.
The repository will be updated on a regular basis.