First of all I would like to express my gratitude to the hospitals who have recently so generously donated used equipment to those in need. Both desire to remain anonymous, but you
know who you are! Thanks again.
But the work goes on! We are now getting a bit more organized on the transport side of things (all trucks, vans and artics are donated by friendly companies, by the way), and so anyone with equipment to donate to those in need overseas by way of UK medical charity
groups ... please get in touch. We will take it all (that is, not just "cherry pick").
Meanwhile, I have a nice Rank Stanley Cox Sonacel Multiphon Mk II
(yes, what a mouthful) ultrasound therapy unit. But, alas, without its transducer and cable ... so if anyone can help? And we're also on the look out for a Sony printer (UP-890-MD or near equivalent) to complete an ultrasound system soon to be on its way to Kashmir.
Lastly, we are also happy to collect boxes of used mains cables, "popular" equipment batteries (in the hope that they can be brought back to life), ECG cables, SpO2 cables and "probes" (ultrasound etc.
) of all types. Sometimes such stuff can be repaired, or at least used as a sample. So please donít bin them, but toss them in a box for collection when someone is passing by. As usual, the same goes for manuals, test equipment, spare parts, tools and anything else you no longer have need of. At this end, nothing goes to waste, even total junk gets stripped down for bits, metal gets scrapped (and monies ploughed back into the charity), and anything remaining gets binned in accordance with local regulations!