Oxygen monitors for the children’s intensive care unit
The intensive care of the smallest patients in Haydom repeatedly reaches its limits.
Fluctuations in electricity and daily use strain the western material, which is otherwise only intended for single use. Currently, most of the saturation monitors have failed and the finger sensors that are so important are old and no longer functional. Functioning equipment is, however, essential for the effective treatment of seriously ill children in the ward.
Haydom-Friends e.V. therefore once again calls for help with the purchase of ten new saturation monitors with accessories. The sensors, cables and devices are to be partially sponsored and a budget of 1700 euros is required. The children’s intensive care unit is to be equipped with the equipment. It has been shown to improve acute medical care for the youngest. You can save lives with your donation!