Enabling Technology and Equipment Advances
Many surgical techniques, treatments, and technologies used today were mere ideas a few decades ago. Charitable donations are vital to help us provide the latest and most innovative equipment for treating our patients. By funding for the latest, most advanced, progressive devices, equipment and technology, creates a centre of excellence with world class facilities. Doing more for life-saving care; changing treatment protocols, achieving faster diagnosis and speeding recovery. Here are just some of the ways you have helped support Bradford Teaching Hospitals’ purchase new state of the art equipment:
With your support raising vital funds we are able to upgrade some of our standard machinery to specialist state-of-the-art equipment, providing patients at Bradford Teaching Hospitals with the very best level of care. Some of the most recent equipment your donations have helped us to purchase include:
Robotic ultrasound Probe – £36,000
Is a specialist piece of equipment which allows patients with kidney cancer to undergo minimal invasive surgery and enables these patients to recover faster and with less pain.
Vapotherms x 4 – £12,000
Help better deliver oxygen and result in better outcomes for our babies and young children.
Mylife software for dementia patients – £80,000
MyLife’s “Digital Reminiscence Therapy Software” (DRTS), opens up a whole new world of communication and reminiscence for patient with a dementia, their carers and healthcare professions. The screen includes old photographs, videos, music, even personal memorabilia, and enables carers to reminisce and learn about each other. This results in effectively communicating with patients who have a dementia and similar cognitive disorders; one of the most common problems. This allows easy and improved communication and helps stimulate patients during the day-time too and is therefore beneficial to both carers and patient, encouraging engagement, communication and wellbeing.