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Bringing together , global expertise & local experience to make safe & accessible for all. Supported by . Tweets own.
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GE Foundation Jun 30
Work with partners and laid a foundation to bring medical oxygen to . Now, those efforts are helping to increase access to treatment in countries such as Rwanda, Kenya and Ethiopia.
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Assist International Jun 24
For countries already facing oxygen shortages, has exposed a greater emphasis on the need for medical . We're proud to be featured alongside our partners as we work to improve oxygen access worldwide.
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Dalberg Jun 29
It's wonderful to see 's partner featured in the for their efforts to improve access.
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Safe Surgery 2020 Apr 20
At we have invested to strengthen health systems in under-resourced countries. Thanks to this and ongoing trainings in oxygen therapy, equipment repair and sanitation, local providers are able to help fight . Learn more 👇
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GE Foundation Apr 20
can learn best practices for the maintenance of medical devices essential to treatment via remote trainings from our partners & . For more information contact: ECHO@assistinternational.org.
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Hannington Seggy Apr 20
Just in case you want to hear something positive today 👉🏿👉🏿👉🏿
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David Barash Apr 20
Proud of the team for redeploying assets to battle COVID-19:
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VUMC Global Anesthesia Mar 8
Proud to be a partner working to improve safe surgery & anesthesia care for millions of women like Rahel in .
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Hannington Seggy Mar 25
This is Emmanuel & am proud to know him as a person who loves and enjoys his job as a Biomedical Tech supporting hospitals in Mara Region with support from .
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Safe Surgery 2020 Mar 12
We congratulate Dr. on her appointment as the Minister of Health of Ethiopia. We are also grateful for the great working relationship we enjoyed with Dr., and wish him well in his future endeavours.
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GE Foundation Mar 8
One in four women who die in childbirth could have been saved if safe surgical care was available. helps enable women like Rahel to get the care they need. Hear her story.
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Safe Surgery 2020 Feb 19
Replying to @safesurgery2020
(2/2) For instance, in the current COVID-19 outbreak, 90% of the patients will need supplemental oxygen ():
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Safe Surgery 2020 Feb 19
(1/2) Breaking silos and investing in broader health systems-building is necessary. supported development of 2 self-sustaining medical oxygen plants in . This kind of infrastructure serves other non-surgery related care, which is essential in .
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Zacharia Mlacha Feb 14
through is working with Surgical Process Institute to introduce a new innovative digital surgical safety checklist in Tanzania🇹🇿. This will improve patient outcomes and efficiency in the operating room by reducing variability in surgical procedures.
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Safe Surgery 2020 Feb 11
Our approach seeks to change systems, addressing not only the gaps in surgical care and hospital capacity, but also the underlying gaps in development, , and - we are all part of the solution! 🚀
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John G Meara 🇲🇹🇦🇺🇺🇸 Feb 10
Fantastic summary and call to action by ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ - A realized vision of access to safe, affordable surgical and anaesthesia care ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Safe Surgery 2020 Feb 5
Health priorities are often broken into artificial silos, but in reality all aspects of are intertwined. Achieving means recognizing interactions and collaboration across fields - included!
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Safe Surgery 2020 Jan 24
The 2nd Technical Working Group meeting of the is happening right now, led by discussing implementation status.
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Safe Surgery 2020 Jan 17
Replying to @NYTHealth
Safe Surgery 2020 introduced the surgical safety checklist in 10 rural facilities in Tanzania, as part of our multi-component initiative. The uptake and adherence was great. We also found significantly lower rates of maternal sepsis in facilities with higher SSC adherence.
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John G Meara 🇲🇹🇦🇺🇺🇸 Dec 30
Safe Surgery 2020 is such an impactful project with so many lessons about surgical capacity building and surgical scale up thanks to and for supporting and here are some of the results, manuscripts, conference presentations etc
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