May. 17, 2022

American Association of Critical-care Nurses member thanks colleagues for Support in Ukraine .

Critical care needs in Ukraine as fall outs of the Russia -Ukraine war increase with each passing day , forcing more cries and call for stopping the war and allowing health care workers and other Humanitarian workers to have access to the population to provide critical care and other resources as a member of the American Association of critical nurses has said while attending the 2022 annual conference in Houston Texas USA .
The world health organization led by director general Dr Tedors G , recently sent six ambulances to Ukriane as part of the acute and critical care needs and resources .
The United states senate passed close to 4 billion dollars relief assistance that will also partly finance critical health and other humanitarian works in and around Ukrane .
The critical care nurses association of the USA trains and certifies critical care nurses , some of who do travelling nursing and outreach work in far away conflict spots like Ukraine , providing trauma care , pre and post surgical care to soldiers and civilians with life threatening diseases and or injuries .
Florence Nightingale developed her nursing work principles and practice while in the war front tending to critical victims of war .
Some of the members of the AACN are specialized in travel nursing and emergency care in acute and or acute phases of Chronic diseases and life threatening situations .
Ukrainian Americans who are members of the AACN continue to thank Americans and other nationals for the goodwill , solidarity and contributions to the suffering Ukraine people while asking for more .
Following the statements of the director general of the World health organization , Dr Tedros , " the best relief is for the war top stop " and members of the ACCN join in asking for the war to come to an end so the critical health care needs of the suffering people in Ukraine can get the needed care .Ref
Reports from Ukraine show that Hospital facilities have been destroyed and health care personnel threatened with uncertain futures and careers , with many fleeing to safety leaving behind their patients .
Dr Akwo Ntuba Thompson

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