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Medicine

Shopping for Equipment for Children's Laryngology

2021-09-24 16:14:55

 

The upcoming 58th Open Tender will focus on purchasing medical equipment for hospital wards treating children who suffer from diseases of the ear, nose, and throat. Laryngology is a branch of medicine and surgery specialising in treating the broad spectrum of head and neck diseases - including cancer and reconstructive surgeries. The devices used in this specialisation will be bought during the 58th Open Tender. Children's head and neck medicine was the objective of this year's Grand Finale fundraiser - so now it's time to look at the medical devices we aim to donate to public hospitals nationwide. 

 

56. Konkurs Ofert, fot. Fundacja WOŚP

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