Polytrauma, complex open fractures - patients with war injuries are brought to the Unbroken Center almost every day. Our orthopedists-traumatologists often have to collect crushed bones in small pieces. During a full-scale invasion, they deployed thousands of external fixation devices. Osteosynthesis and endoprosthetics are also used. They work so that wounded Ukrainians can walk again.
Orthopedic traumatologists of the Unbroken Center work with the best doctors of the USA, Israel, Great Britain, France and even Australia. In the treatment of military trauma among defenders and civilians, our specialists use the world's leading technologies - blocking osteosynthesis, bone osteosynthesis, replacing bone defects with an augraft.
We plan to develop osseointegration - a type of prosthetics, when the prosthesis is installed right in the femur.
The last dinner before the evacuation from Bakhmut. Sudden explosions. Debris flies into furniture, walls and people. No one could survive. Two-year-old Liza has both legs immobilized, her parents have multiple shrapnel wounds. Little Liza was being prepared for surgery. Due to a fragment in the lower back, the child couldn’t feel her legs, the killer metal had to be removed urgently. Extremely difficult surgary passes successfully. At the same time, rehabilitation specialists started to work with the girl. Liza needs at least a year to recover.
17-year-old Mykhailo from Severodonetsk brought water and food to civilians under barrages of enemy artillery, until he came under fire from "Hrad". The fragment crushed the boy's knee. The traumatologists of the Unbroken Center prepared the boy for prosthetics.