Author: Michał Krupiński


Pregnancy and delivery it the pandemic era. Dr hab. Mariusz Grzesiak in the ŁWD Coronavirus program

How to safely manage pregnancy in the age of coronavirus? What does delivery look like now? These and many other questions are answered by dr. hab. prof. PMMR-RI Mariusz Grzesiak, the head of the Department of Obstetrics, Perinatology and Gynaecology at Polish Mother’s Memorial Hospital- Research Institute. The ŁWD Coronavirus program on TVP3 can be […]

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No visitors to PMMH-RI

Due to the threat of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, we were forced to introduce a total ban on visiting our adult patients and unauthorized stay in PMMH. In addition, there are severe restrictions on visits to minor patients. Only breastfeeding mothers can come to newborns. Only one guardian may pay a visit to other children. Entry to […]

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No visits to PMMH-RI clinics

Dear patients. In the interests of your safety (threat of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus), following the decision of the National Health Fund Headquarters, we are forced to introduce restrictions on the activities of specialist clinics operating at the Polish Mother’s Memorial Hospital – Research Institute. From Tuesday (March 17) we are suspending visits to specialists. The restriction […]

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A unique treatment at PMMH-RI

Specialists from the Polish Mother’s Memorial Hospital – Research Institute helped a woman who could not undergo surgery in other centres. The patient comes from Greater Poland Voivodship. She was born with congenital malformation (Mayer-Rokitansky syndrome). For this reason, she had to undergo gynaecological surgery. The specialists from a leading centre in Greater Poland decided […]

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We combat SMA

The Polish Mother’s Memorial Hospital – Research Institute participates in the NFZ-funded program for spinal muscular atrophy (SMA). This is a severe, genetically determined disease that leads to muscle and nerve degradation. First, the arms and legs weaken, then the patient stops swallowing, breathing problems start. Breathing support is necessary. Untreated, it ends with disability […]

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