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Timely care and better outcomes for more babies in Poland

New partnership in Poland with Poznan University of Medical Sciences to improve the future of newborns with asphyxia.

Posted 11 oct. 2019

Can you think of someone more vulnerable than a baby?
Early moments always play a crucial role. For new-borns with asphyxia, an appropriate treatment during the first 6 hours can save their life. This is what our new partnership with Poznan University of Medical Sciences and Generali Poland is about.

“The Human Safety Net Program for New-borns is aimed to improve the quality of neonatal care with a special focus on those babies who experienced asphyxia at birth” says Emma Ursich, Director of The Human Safety Net Foundation. “Thanks to this equipment on ambulances, timely care can be provided increasing reach and better outcomes for more babies”.

 

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