The Greek Society for Family Planning, Contraception and Reproductive Health finds a “lack of information” about the necessity and safety of vaccination against covid-19 during pregnancy and together with the ELPIS Hospital proceed with information actions.
According to the representatives of the Hellenic Society for Family Planning, Contraception and Reproductive Health, “every day we see pregnant women getting seriously ill. “One in six patients with COVID-19 infection in the UK who needed extracorporeal oxygenation (ECM) lung bypass lungs between July and September 2021 were expectant mothers, according to data recently published by the British Health System.”
With the aim of “valid and responsible information so that no other woman is lost so unjustly”, the chairman of the Board of Directors of ELPIS Hospital, Assistant Professor of Pathology EKPA, Panagiotis Halvatsiotis, gave his personal line for the creation of the advisory “line of hope for pregnant and young women “, 213 2039142, from 10:00 to 18:00. Answers are given by obstetricians and gynecologists of the Hellenic Society of Family Planning, Contraception and Reproductive Health.
At the same time, the Hellenic Society for Family Planning, Contraception and Reproductive Health, the ELPIS Hospital and HOPEgenesis, under the auspices of the UNESCO Chair in Adolescent Health and Medicine of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, are organizing an online 00 to 19:00, on “COVID-19, Pregnancy and Vaccines”, attikorama2021.gr, with the aim of informing the scientific community, but also the public by distinguished scientists about the complications of COVID-19 infection in expectant mothers and for the benefits of vaccination. The event is welcomed by the Deputy Minister of Health, Mina Gaga, the Rector of EKPA, Professor Athanasios-Meletios Dimopoulos and the Chairman of the Board of ELPIS Hospital, Assistant Professor of Pathology EKPA, Panagiotis Halvatsiotis.
At the end of the day there will be a discussion with answers to the questions that will have been sent online. Registration is free: https://attikorama.conferre.gr/.
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