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    Scars and scars after shelling – where to get free medical care for victims of the war

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    Explosive fragments and enemy shelling leave scars not only on the soul: many Ukrainians are in need of skin restoration. Where to get help – in the article

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    You can remove scars and scars after shelling and get medical assistance to victims of the war for free in Kyiv / Photo: istockphoto.com, freepik.com

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    Fleeing from the war with Russia, Ukrainians came under fire, became unwitting hostages in basements and bomb shelters. Hundreds of people were wounded, their skin on their bodies and faces scarred by debris from enemy shelling. Scar treatment and skin restoration for freeFor such victims, the specialists of the capital’s Averina Clinic took over: the action is open-ended.

    People with traumatic shrapnel injuries and skin burns come to the clinic. The most commonly affected face, but parts of the body are also injured: the décolleté, hands. The specialists of the clinic do not take on fresh injuries and the acute period of healing of injuries, here surgeons and cambustiologists (specialists who treat burn lesions of the skin and tissues) should provide assistance.

    Patients come to us with injuries in a state of initial cicatricial changes. That is, 4-8 weeks after the injury, – comments the head of the clinic, doctor of the highest category, dermatovenereologist and cosmetologist Vladlena Averina, – Depending on the type of debris – plastic, metal – we choose the method of extraction from the skin: mechanical, laser or radio wave.

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    Also in the arsenal of the clinic are injection methods for working with scars. Specialists choose treatment methods individually for each patient, that is, depending on the degree of skin damage and the type of scar tissue. Hence the treatment strategy, what to use – injections or laser.

    An Averina Clinic patient who came under fire from the Rashists during the evacuation from Chernggov: photo below on the right - after almost three months of treatment

    An Averina Clinic patient who came under fire from the Rashists during the evacuation from Chernggov: photo below on the right – after almost three months of treatment / Photo: press service

    Laser and radio wave treatment and plasma therapy now the clinic is freethis is a perpetual promotion of Averina Clinic.

    We have our own German laser Aslepion MCL 31, on which we perform manipulations in any quantity required by the patient. As for injection procedures: there is still a supply of drugs, which we also provide for free, – summed up Dr. Averina.

    We also wrote why alcohol during the war is not the best way to calm down and “heal”.

    And also find out how to eat right during the war – 7 tips from a nutritionist that will help.

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    Source: Segodnya

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