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Transcutaneous monitoring provides continuous, accurate CO2, SpO2, and pulse rate data regardless of ventilation method and without the pain, or gaps in care. This piece of equipment would allow continuous, non-invasive ventilation monitoring.
Our Dental Service at Ashford Hospital has requested a new generation electric bone saw called the Acteon Piezotome M+ Cube. The MaxFacs Team have raised £2,000 so far. Can you contribute or purchase the rest?
The seating in the outpatients department at St Peter’s Hospital is very tired and uncomfortable with no provision for high back and bariatric needs. Help us refurbish these vital departments.
We would love to offer our dedicated staff a day out during the 8 weeks of summer in 2024. A family have offered a property to us again. Can you help us?
This amazing piece of equipment allows the Dermatology department to use light sensitive medicine, together with the appropriate light source, to destroy abnormal cells without the need for surgery.
Arthroscopes are the surgeon’s eyes during arthroscopic surgery. A new high quality scope will give our surgeons ‘best in class’ imaging and picture quality. This would allow them to treat their patients in the safest and most effective manner possible.
The bladder scanner was delivered before Christmas and officially accepted by Andy Field, Chairman and members of the Bradley Unit team in January.
A selection of specialist chairs costing £400 to £500 each are needed for for the Woking Community Hospital.