“Together with Viktor Antonovich, we provided technological equipment, so the Moscow State University clinic is one of the best in terms of equipment,” said Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin.
As a result of re-profiling, 100 beds were deployed in the clinic for patients with a confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19 and 24 additional places in intensive care. The hospital is equipped with modern medical equipment, including two CT scans, one MRI, 16 ventilators and 22 anesthesia-respiratory devices.
“We receive more and more messages from doctors about the successful use of our products, sorption columns. The core of our team is graduates of Moscow University, and our company is a resident of the Science Park of Moscow State University, so here it is especially difficult for us to stay away. Together with our partners from the Nanolek company, we donate a batch of products to the university clinic. I hope that this will help preserve people's health, ”Ivan Bessonov, co-founder and technical director of Efferon LS, commented on his decision.
The first product – Efferon CT – is intended for the treatment of acute respiratory distress syndrome (severe lung damage in pneumonia). The second column – “Efferon LPS” – can be used to purify blood during sepsis, an infection that can develop in a weakened body during prolonged treatment, including the use of mechanical ventilation devices (IVL).
Earlier, Efferon and Nanolek also donated sorption columns to the Moscow City Clinical Hospital No. 40, a public budgetary healthcare institution in Moscow, where patients with new coronavirus infection are being treated.
“We are pleased that medical devices developed by residents of the MSU Science Park in partnership with MSU scientists will help in the fight against complications after a coronavirus infection,” said Maxim Stetsyuk, Nanolek Executive Director.