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Donation of Medical Equipment to the University Children’s Clinic and the Clinic for Pulmonology of the Clinical Center of Serbia

by , Posted on 3rd Jul 2020

Our team has continued to deliver medical equipment to healthcare institutions in Serbia that treat patients with coronavirus. As a result, the Foundation has donated an AIRINSPACE device for surface disinfection to the University Children’s Clinic – Tiršova, five non-invasive TNI SOFT FLOW KCS mechanical ventilators, as well as antibacterial clogs SUECOS BALDER to the Clinic for Pulmonology of the Clinical Center of Serbia.

The Foundation has donated an AIRINSPACE device for surface disinfection to the University Children's Clinic - Tiršova.

The Foundation has donated an AIRINSPACE device for surface disinfection to the University Children’s Clinic – Tiršova.

The Foundation has donated an AIRINSPACE device for surface disinfection to the University Children's Clinic - Tiršova.

The Foundation has donated an AIRINSPACE device for surface disinfection to the University Children’s Clinic – Tiršova.

Five non-invasive TNI SOFT FLOW KCS mechanical ventilators, as well as antibacterial clogs SUECOS BALDER were donated to the Clinic for Pulmonology of the Clinical Center of Serbia.

Five non-invasive TNI SOFT FLOW KCS mechanical ventilators, as well as antibacterial clogs SUECOS BALDER were donated to the Clinic for Pulmonology of the Clinical Center of Serbia.

At the beginning of the health crisis caused by the COVID-19 virus, the founders of the Novak Djokovic Foundation, Novak and Jelena Djokovic, donated one million euros for the purchase of necessary medical equipment for hospitals and health institutions throughout Serbia.

The Studenica General Hospital in Kraljevo received five patient monitors for monitoring the patients’ condition.

The Studenica General Hospital in Kraljevo received five patient monitors for monitoring the patients’ condition.

The General Hospital Ćuprija received five patient monitors for monitoring the patients’ condition.

The General Hospital Ćuprija received five patient monitors for monitoring the patients’ condition.

The General Hospital Ćuprija received five patient monitors for monitoring the patients’ condition.

The General Hospital Ćuprija received five patient monitors for monitoring the patients’ condition.

So far, four mechanical ventilators and 20 patient monitors have been delivered to the Clinical Center in Kragujevac. The General Hospital in Kruševac was given five mechanical ventilators and five patient monitors, while the General Hospital Čačak, the General Hospital Ćuprija and the Studenica General Hospital in Kraljevo received five patient monitors each for monitoring the patients’ condition. Also, thanks to this charity campaign, the Clinic for Infectious and Tropical Diseases of the Clinical Center of Serbia has become richer for the most modern Siemens scanner (CT) with its additional equipment.

The General Hospital Čačak received five patient monitors for monitoring the patients’ condition.

The General Hospital Čačak received five patient monitors for monitoring the patients’ condition.

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