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ISCAN (Integrated Service for Children with Additional Needs) in Tameside and Glossop supports 655 children in the community with disabilities and complex health needs. Many require regular suction treatment to keep their lungs clear of mucus and allow them to breathe more easily.

We have funded suction machines for ISCAN in the past to help them to cope with the high demand for them. However, the pandemic will see a sharp rise in the numbers seeking treatment for breathing difficulties and will put even more pressure on already overstretched resources, as it will for hospitals and health services throughout the UK.

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“The AccuVein AV400 is going to be such a useful addition to our equipment as it will make it easier to see the small veins and thereby make the process a lot gentler on our little patients.”

Nicola Entwistle and Rudo Kupera
Children's Clinic
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