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a. Zambala on World Heart Day: the pandemic still needs to mobilize

a.  Zambala on World Heart Day: the pandemic still needs to mobilize

Cardiac surgeon and transplant specialist, Professor Cardiac Surgeon and Transplant Specialist, said that the COVID-19 pandemic is ongoing, and given the dynamics of the increase in the number of cases in the country, it is causing understandable disruption, which means the need to mobilize all of us, we doctors. Marianne Zambala.

In the Silesian Heart Center in Zabrze under his management – one of the leading centers for the treatment of heart and lung diseases in the country – many patients have been rescued in recent months, whose coronavirus has led to life-threatening complications.

According to the data of the Ministry of Health, the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the statistics, because in 2020, almost 17% of the total number of people were registered compared to 2019. The increase in deaths due to cardiovascular diseases, the largest increase among other chronic diseases, including That’s oncology.

“The most important defensive shield is the two vaccinations and I am very happy that after a period of inactivity and negativity, the community woke up and many of them are catching up with vaccinations quickly. Let’s not stop the efforts. Note” – PAP told the professor. Zambala.

“However, we still lack a common message about the need for vaccination, including clergy and teachers. Let us do everything to save as many people as possible. The experience we have already accumulated while fighting the epidemic over the past year gives us hope that by uniting Powers, we will win “- added.

On World Heart Day Wednesday, Prof. Zembala – the former Minister of Health and former President of the European Society for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery (EACTS) – thanked “all those who struggle in their daily work so that the hearts of Polish and Polish women are not damaged by disease”.

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“Doctors, nurses, paramedics, physiotherapists, laboratory diagnosticians, but also researchers – without whose help Polish science and medicine would not be where it is today, which we are so proud of – we have one common goal: everything that is possible to achieve Polish health care and Polish science is a better level than ever, and health promotion, starting with primary and secondary schools, in cooperation with the media and communities educating the younger generation of Polish and Polish women, will become a common necessity and vocation for all without exception ”- summed up the professor. Marianne Zambala. (PAP)

Author: Anna Gumułka

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