The true measure of a man is how he treats someone who can do him absolutely no good.
Loyal to our vision of improving health and wellness of people, we cannot pretend not to see what happens worldwide. Our efforts and our experience have been put at the service of who needs help: from our participation in humanitarian missions in Pakistan to the foundation of a non-profit organization, whose first project is running in Ivory Coast.
Carboxytherapy for the treatment of vitriol burns: our first solidarity initiative is aimed at taking care of women and children who have been burned by vitriol acid in the Karachi area, both in Pakistan and India.
AYAMÉ, IVORY COAST
Una cura per chi non può permettersela: nel 2016 abbiamo intrapreso un progetto per la costruzione di una struttura clinica ad Ayamé, nel Sud Est della Costa d’Avorio
LET’S TALK ABOUT OUR SOLIDARITY PROJECTS
CARBOXYTHERAPY TO TREAT VITRIOL BURNS
Attacks with vitriol acid are premeditated violences that leaves survivors physically, socially and emotionally scarred . Intervention on this kind of patients must follow very specific and strict protocols. This is due to the fact that cellular survival after skin transplant is related to tissue conditions. Thanks to Carboxytherapy, improving the quality and trophism of skin, not only has the implanted skin piece more possibilities of survival, but also surgery is helped and basic reconstructive techniques can be easily used.
Together, the two doctors have been studying combined protocols with carboxytherapy for the surgical treatment or burns of second and third degree due to sulfuric and vitriol acids. Results and their experiences wew presented in international congresses in Jakarta (2011), Islamabad (2012), Milan (2012), Dubai (2013), and Karachi (2018).
THE NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION
In collaboration with Mathieu Siluè, Ivorian priest in Milan since 2012, our CEO Roberto Parmigiani founds a non-profit organization with the aim of supporting social, health and economic assistance to peoples of developing. countries.
TREATMENTS FOR WHO CANNOT AFFORD THEM
Owing to our knowledge in the medical field, the organization started the construction of a clinical facility in Ayamé, in the South-Comoe region in the South- East of Ivory Coast, 130km from Abidjan and 20km from the border with Ghana, in 2016 .
The clinic is designed in order to safeguard children, guys and adults that cannot afford treatments in hospitals. it is our first step to give young people the right to grow up in heath and with chance of a future.