The cots used on the children’s unit are around 13 years old, are worn and need upgrading. Unfortunately, with internal funding in short supply and many competing projects, the hospital are not able to replace them. This year new regulations for cots are being released, so it is expected that the new cots will be designed around childcare and handling and will make a positive difference to the safety and the comfort of the patient. They will be easy to use and maintain, helping to deliver the highest standard of hygiene, and will have special features to care for acutely ill children.
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For the past nine years MedEquip4Kids has been providing packages of resources for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) across the UK to help the services enhance their care for the one in six children and young people in the UK with a diagnosable mental health condition such as anxiety, depression, an eating disorder, […]Find out more →
Liverpool Women’s Neonatal Unit takes care of more than 1,000 babies and their families every year. They provide care for babies born prematurely, with low weight or who have a medical condition that requires specialist treatment. Physiological jaundice is a normal condition of newborn and preterm babies as they need to break down the excess […]Find out more →
Children across the UK have a 0.8% probability of continence problems including both bladder and bowel. In the St Helens area the occurrence is almost double that percentage. The Paediatric Continence Team based at Fingerpost Health Centre has requested Ultrasound Bladder Scanner for their service to enable them to treat children in their own homes. […]Find out more →
“We think the Sensory Voyagers are amazing and can’t wait to start using them with our patients. They will provide much needed sensory play and will benefit our patients so much.”
Fairfield General Hospital