Division of Blood Transfusion Amosov National Institute of Cardiovascular Surgery Academy of Medical Sciense of Ukraine invites everyone to donate blood and plasma to save thousands of seriously ill children and adults.
The donor must be healthy, have a passport from Kiev and have a registration age from 18 to 60 years.
Address : 6, Amosova str., second building, second floor, from 9:00 to 12:00. Tel : (044) 275-40-44
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Vasyl V. Lazoryshynets
Director of the Institute
Professor, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc.
One of the leading specialists of Ukraine in the surgery of congenital heart lesions.
He was trained in main clinics of USA, UK, Germany, France.
He personally fulfilled more than 7000 cardiac operations.
He is the author of 380 scientific works including 8 monographs, two methodological recommendations and 8 invention certificates.
He received the title "Deserved Physician of Ukraine" for his credit to the treatment of children with congenital heart lesions -
decree of the President of Ukraine of 19.06.1999.
He is the winner of the State Prize of Ukraine (Science and Technology branch), 2005.
He was awarded with Prince Yaroslav the Wise order V degree.
V.V. Lazoryshynets permanently consults children with congenital heart lesions in the regional children's hospitals of Ukraine.
Many times he made reports on the conferences of the Association of Cardiovascular Surgeons of Ukraine.
He also actively participated in the international Congresses and Symposiums on cardiovascular surgery.
He is the member of the European Association of Cardio-Thoracic Surgeons,
member of the French Association of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeons.
He together with American cardiac surgeons performed series of unique heart operations in children
with congenital heart lesions on the base of the Institute in 1996 and 1998.
As a member of international American-Ukraine cardiac surgery team he was operating in Belarus, Kazakhstan and Yugoslavia.