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Finnan’s Gift founders, Alisa and Oliver Camplin-Warner, have handed over a $150,000 cheque to the Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne,  for the purchase of a world-class Karl Storz Vitom and Camera System for the Cardiac Surgery Unit.

 

The innovative equipment records operating procedures in full high-definition, also taking still photos in theatre that will be used to provide vital imagery and training to surgeons and clinical staff, both during and post surgery. 

 

The technology will move the cardiac theatre and its facilities into the future, improving children’s health by providing state of the art equipment for:

·      real time high definition uninterrupted visual assistance to surgeons and the entire operating team during cardiac surgery

·      real time and post (recorded) high definition imagery for the teaching and ongoing training of surgeons, residents, interns and students with an uninterrupted view of the surgical field

·      provision of perfect motion and static imagery for research, presentations and medical journal publications advancing global cardiac surgery education 

 

“We are so excited that Finnan’s Gift’s latest grant is advancing how cardiac surgeons can work in the operating theatre. Thanks to this high-tech equipment, up-and-coming cardiac surgeons will see complex surgeries step-by-step before they even step into theatre. This grant is another success for Finnan’s Gift and our many supporters,” said Oliver.

 

 

 




 

                 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
Finnan's Gift Grant 2015. On 5 March 2015 we presented a $250,000 cheque to purchase new pumps for 4 critical life support machines for the RCH's Paediatric ICU.
Finnan's Gift Grant 2014. Reaching our large $75,000 target meant that on 11 March 2014 we were able to hand over 6 monitors to the PICU that measure the levels of blood and oxygen in children after surgery.
Finnan's Gift Grant 2013.  On 23 April we proudly presented the $20,000 Finnan's Gift Grant to the Perfusion Team to develop a monitor to measure blood & oxygen supply during surgery.
Finnan's Gift Grant 2012.  Thanks to your generosity we were able to make the 2012 grant a reality and donate $20,000 to support PICU nurses with their professional development.
Finnan's Gift Grant 2011. Our very first grant to the RCH purchased a $300,000 echocardiology scanner to help provide the best possible equipment available to assess the heart.
 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 


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