Defense Ministry: Ukrainian scientists developed Reabilact for wounded soldiers 

 

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Translated by: Mariya Shcherbinina

Reabilact food additive has been sent to the wounded Ukrainian soldiers who are currently in hospital. The transfer took place in then Kyiv National Trade and Economics University.

According to the Defense Ministry, Reabilact “is characterized by high nutritional value, protein content, irreplaceable amino acids, vitamins and mineral elements.” It went through approbation in the Head Military Medical Center.

“The uniqueness of the product lies in the fact that it is first and foremost a national achievement. It was developed by young scientists at the Kyiv National Trade and Economics University: dean Yulya Motuzka, graduates Dmytro Antushko, Yulya Miklashevsk. Rebilact’s production was taken up by a businessman at open joint-stock company DelMas LTD Yevgen Maslenin,” notes the Defense Ministry.

“Ukrainian medical institutions use such products, but they are imported from other countries and have a significant difference in price. The Ukrainian product stabilizes, and further increases the overall condition of the soldier’s body. The medicine can be taken as food and injected. Badly-wounded soldiers will receive this product via IV drip,” says head of the military surgery department at the Ukrainian Military Medical Academy with the Defense Ministry, current surgeon at the military hospital Sergiy Aslanyan.

According to the NSDC, over 3 thousand Ukrainian servicemen has been wounded in combat in Donbas.

Translated by: Mariya Shcherbinina

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