Covid-19 pandemic has rapidly disrupted our everyday life. Cities and states are on lockdown in a desperate effort to flatten the curve. Early experience in countries with large-scale community transmission (China, Iran, Italy, and Spain) shows that COVID-19 requires unprecedented mobilization of health systems.
GreeMed recently donated two Dräger Savina high-quality ICU ventilators to Shefqet Ndroqi Hospital (SUSHN Sanatorium) battling the novel coronavirus.
On 17th April 2020, the pieces of equipment were distributed to Shefqet Ndroqi Hospital, enabling this hospital and the regional health system in general to improve their capacity to attend to the most serious cases of Covid-19. The donation addresses the urgent needs of partners who are working to prevent and slow the spread of the virus and strengthen vulnerable healthcare system against future public health threats.
Albania’s public healthcare system chose once again to trust GreeMed’s long experience in providing the most innovative technologies and services with optimized workflow and maximized operational efficiency.
During this pandemic, ventilators are generally a temporary bridge to recovery; many patients in critical care who need them, do get better. The Dräger Savina is an advanced, high-quality ICU ventilator that offers excellent ventilation performance, designed for both adult and paediatric ventilation, and providing advanced therapy at any acuity level.
We believe it is our responsibility to help protect the most vulnerable from this disease and we are putting the full weight of our resources behind our comprehensive Covid-19 response. This pandemic is challenging, but we see the healthcare system’s response to it as remarkably heartening, with everyone working together to ensure what's best for patients, caregivers, and the community.