PET / CT scanner is a highly advanced diagnostics device in treating children. The facility, worth over several million PLN is the first machine tailored to diagnose the youngest patients. The purchase will be made as part of the 54th Open Tender held by our charity.
The Most Advanced CT Scanner in the Country Donated by the GOCC
The device, using positron emission tomography and computer tomography to diagnose children at the Memorial Children's Hospital in Warsaw, which is the leading paediatric facility in Poland. Memorial Children's Hospital is not only the largest and most respected paediatric hospital in the country, but it is also the leading research facility advancing paediatric care in Poland. Doctors and medical personnel will be able to rely on the state of the art PET / CT scanner to determine exactly how to treat their little patients.
PET is an imagining technique used in the are of medical imagining measuring body activities such as metabolism, blood flow, and chemical composition of chosen regions of the body. CT function allows PET images to be reconstructed by an X-ray scan performed on the body during the same session, using the same machine. The machines are commonly used to detect cancer formations, bone formations, and to measure blood flow in patients. The device is extremely precise and effective, so it allows doctors to direct treatment with precision and focus. The device serves to limit unnecessary treatment and stress connected with finding the best solution.
Thus far our charity has donated over 1 200 devices worth over PLN 53 000 000 to Memorial Children's Hospital.
The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity Foundation was named a trustworthy brand by "My Company Polska" magazine. The survey aimed to discover brands which enjoyed the biggest public trust. Our charity was chosen as a trustworthy brand in category of Foundations.
The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity has oficially summed up its activities and support of Polish healthcare which aimed to address coronavirus pandemic in Poland. Our charity has donated medical equipment for PLN 48 000 000.