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#raceagainstCOVID

Faster. Stronger. Together.

Ducati doet een beroep op de hele Ducati gemeenschap, van officiële Ducati Clubs tot dealers, Ducati Team Riders, leveranciers en partners, in een speciale fundraiser om de revalidatieprogramma's te financieren die de Policlinico di S. Orsola van Bologna, een lokale excellentie en een van de grootste ziekenhuizen in Italië, heeft ontwikkeld voor post-Covid-19 herstellende patiënten.

Tegen juni 2020 willen we de nodige fondsen werven voor de financiering van instrumentatie, onderzoek en personeel in het Policlinico di S. Orsola Hospital in Bologna , dat zich bezighoudt met de exclusieve zorg voor post-Covid-19 herstellende patiënten.

Ducati is altijd al een actief deel van zijn grondgebied geweest, Motor Valley of two and four wheeled masterpieces, maar ook door zijn uitstekende medische faciliteiten. De regio Emilia-Romagna is het nationale knooppunt geworden voor de behandeling van Covid-19. Ducatisti zelf uit de hele wereld zijn zeer gehecht aan dit land dat altijd al de thuisbasis is geweest van de fabriek waar de Ducati Roden van Borgo Panigale zijn geboren. 

De fundrasing werd geopend door leden van het Ducati bestuur, gevolgd door vele andere medewerkers. Het ingezamelde bedrag werd vervolgens door het bedrijf verdubbeld tot 100.000 €, het startpunt van #race tegenCOVID.

How to donate.

U kunt ONLINE doneren Via het Go Fund Me platform, gaat uw donatie direct naar het Policlincico di S. Orsola Ziekenhuis in Bologna
U kunt OFFLINE donerenAls u geen creditcard heeft of liever een offline donatie doet, kunt u overgaan tot een overschrijving naar: "Azienda Ospedaliero Universitaria di Bologna per sanità di Bologna per COVID-19" aan de volgende uiteinden:

  • IBAN: IT68E0306902480100000300027
  • SWIFT CODE: BCITITMM
  • Want..: "raceagainstCovid donation" 

Vertel ons dan uw donatie aan donate@ducati.com, zodat we u kunnen bedanken en de campagne correct kunnen updaten.

Lees meer over
het project dat we willen steunen.

Na de noodtoestand zullen onderzoek, rehabilitatie en hulp nodig zijn.

Wij steunen het S. Orsola Ziekenhuis en de uitmuntendheid van ons grondgebied.

De Azienda ospedaliero-universitaria di Bologna - Policlinico Sant’Orsola-Malpighi is, in aantal bedden, het grootste openbare ziekenhuis van Italië, en is nu ook de thuisbasis van de School voor Geneeskunde en Chirurgie van de Universiteit van Bologna.

Sinds april 2020 maakt de Policlinico van het S.Orsola Ziekenhuis deel uit van de Italiaanse Nationale Hub voor COVID-19 Intensive Care: een openbaar gezondheidszorgnetwerk dat altijd kan worden gebruikt, om patiënten te helpen die ziek zijn geworden of zouden kunnen zijn met het Coronavirus.

Het doel van de fundraising is om tegen juni 2020 de nodige fondsen te verzamelen voor de financiering van instrumentatie, onderzoek en personeel van de Policlinico di S.Orsola di Bologna gewijd aan de exclusieve zorg voor post-Covid-19 herstellende patiënten.

A highly specific multidisciplinary project that looks to the future.

"Even on those who recover, Covid-19 often leaves a significant aftermath on organs and systems that it has attacked with its harsh action. Lungs, heart, circulatory system, kidneys, brain are the preferred targets of the virus. Impairments of lung, cardiac and renal function occur, the risk of thrombosis remains and there may also be neurological residues. To monitor these patients, treat them and follow their rehabilitation, dedicated multidisciplinary areas have been set up with cardiologists, neurologists, nephrologists, pneumologists, physiatrists and infectious disease specialists.
For these patients, even complex rehabilitation programs are proposed that require dedicated personnel and specific equipment such as, for example, telemedicine tools for remote patient control, robots for patient rehabilitation at home, ultrasound, echocardiographs, electro-stimulators of respiratory muscles and instruments that measure their strength and train them, traditional active and passive exercise bicycles (for patients with respiratory problems forced in bed)", 
Chiara Gibertoni, General Director Policlinico of S. Orsola

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