The Management Board of CTL Logistics decided to make a donation to co-finance the purchase of a device for hemodynamic monitoring of patients hospitalized in the Clinical Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Therapy of the Provincial Specialist Hospital No. St. Barbara in Sosnowiec.
The beneficiary is the Politrauma Foundation, which supports WSS5 patients through the modernization and development of the St. Barbara Provincial Specialist Hospital No. 5 in Sosnowiec, financial and medical assistance in the training of medical personnel, as well as financing, organizing and supporting cooperation and exchange of experiences with all domestic and foreign scientific institutes.
The St. Barbara Provincial Specialist Hospital No 5 (Mining Hospital) is the main element of medical rescue and crisis management in the Silesian macroregion. It is the largest hospital complex in southern Poland, which has modern diagnostic and treatment equipment and employs highly qualified medical staff. One of the devices currently required in the Clinical Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care of the Hospital is the device for hemodynamic monitoring.
MD PhD Michał Stasiowski, specialist in anaesthesiology and intensive care, Clinical Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Therapy, WSS5 in Sosnowiec, President of the Management Board of the Politrauma Foundation:
"This device in an advanced way monitors the parameters of the patient's cardiovascular system, allowing for the optimization of pharmacotherapy in the patient with unstable hemodynamic state due to damage to the cardiovascular system and lungs, among others, after COVID-19 infection. Hemodynamic monitor with parameter monitoring functions: cardiac output (CO) and (CI), cardiac output (SV) and (SVI), systemic vascular resistance (SVR) and (SVRI), pressure: mean arterial pressure (MAP), systolic ( SYS), diastolic (DIA), heart rate (HR), heart rate variability (HRV), pulse pressure variability (PPV), stroke volume variability (SVV), continuous hemodynamic monitoring using the minimally invasive RAPID method based on blood pressure allows a comprehensive insight into the patient's response to the treatment applied, and so far pharmacotherapy has been optimized empirically, i.e. by trial and error method. In addition, the NHF [National Health Fund] for treatment under the control of the above-mentioned the device additionally pays 6-8 points more, which means that the purchase of the first device will finance the purchase of new devices over time, until it is available at each ICU station ”.
Grzegorz Bogacki, President of the Management Board of CTL Logistics:
The St. Barbara Provincial Specialist Hospital No 5 in Sosnowiec, like the entire health service, is after a very difficult 2020 year, during which most of the forces and resources were allocated to the fight against Covid-19. For us, serving on the tracks, this year was also difficult, both organizationally and financially. However, this is where our registered offices are, where hundreds of our employees, their families and loved ones live. Apart from our business tasks, we carry out activities in the field of corporate social responsibility, especially for the protection of life and health, education, and equal opportunities. We ended the previous year with support for the charges of the Special School Complex No. 4 in Sosnowiec and students of the Primary School Primary School No. 36 in Sosnowiec, this year is started from the Clinical Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Therapy of the St. Barbara Provincial Specialist Hospital No. 5 in Sosnowiec. I would like the company to make profits allowing for the development of the CTL Group's CSR activities ”.