The fundamentals to make a difference

Long-term psychological damage can be reduced.
Share knowledge to improve healthcare.

Adequate anxiety and pain-free treatments
including non-drug treatments

Adequate medicine for rare diseases

There is still a lot to be gained in terms of ‘pain strategy’.

A treatment of a moment leaves a “scar” for the rest of life. The brain determines the processing of the trauma.

What can we improve about the way we work by making better use of resources and possibilities that already exist?

In their thinking and acting, doctors at all levels can pay more attention to the aspect of ‘pain’ and everything that ensues from this in terms of fear or even trauma. An average of 1.4 million children and young people are treated in hospital every year. For example: having blood drawn, applying an IV or removing stitches. Usually this happens without any prior care or pain relief.

(Thanks for the knowledge sharing of dr. P.L.J.M. Leroy Pediatric Critical Care Specialist for the purpose of raising awareness of the current situations).

Realize how many consequences that can have.

We want to make children better, but we do not realize that “the road” to get there is also important.
Adequate medication is developed only when it generates sufficient financial returns.

For example, to date, there is no adequate medication for many rare diseases, and these children have had to endure many unpleasant consequences from an early age.

With the power of reflection, we increase the awareness of how much psychological as well as physical damage is caused.

This is why we motivate and support applied scientific research that looks beyond financial returns.
Research for effective medication, as quality of life is paramount.
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