The donor was a clinic in the Estonian city of Kõlõ. The parcel was transported to Ukraine by volunteers from Helsinki, but the package contained not only the device.
Most recently the Free Nations League, at its own expense, purchased a patient monitor for the intensive care vehicle of the 1st Tatar department of front-line paramedics of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. The founder of the unit is Saïd Ismağilov, a former mufti of the Spiritual Administration of Muslims of Ukraine, and now a shooter and paramedic as part of the "Hospitalliers" volunteer battalion.

However, it turned out that there were two cars in the division. The Free Nations League and the Tatar liberation movement "Azatlık" organized the delivery of a second patient monitor to Ukraine.

It is one of the basic medical devices needed in war. Saïd Ismağilov himself notes that using a patient monitor, it can diagnose a wounded person directly in the field on the front-line, receiving indicators of pressure, saturation, and pulse. And if the monitor is the latest model, then a cardiogram.

“The patient monitor is a very necessary thing. The task of field medicine and paramedics is to bring the wounded alive to the operating table, where professional doctors are already starting to work. To do this, you need to know his indicators: that he is breathing, his heart is beating, his blood pressure is normal, his blood is saturated with oxygen. And patient monitors in war, unfortunately, also break down, they come under fire — and debris ends up in medical equipment in cars,” the former mufti explains the situation.

Saïd Ismağilov noted that the patient monitor donated by the Free Nations League and the "Azatlık" movement is very modern and of high quality. The donor was a clinic in the Estonian city of Kõlõ. The parcel was transported to Ukraine by volunteers from Helsinki, but the package contained not only the device.

“We received a patient monitor and a bunch of warm clothes for our crew from friends from abroad to continue our fight to protect Ukraine this winter,” Saïd Ismağilov said.
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