General
14.04.2010

Motherhood the Sergipe receives more than $ 800,000 in equipment

Expansion of the technology park can guarantee quality and safety for users of public

Foto: Wellington Barreto/SES-SE
The Government of Sergipe acquired R $ 827,940.00 in equipment for the Maternity Our Lady of Lourdes
The Government of Sergipe acquired R $ 827,940.00 in equipment for the Maternity Our Lady of Lourdes

Continuing the policy of improving the hospital environment, the Government of Sergipe acquired R $ 827,940.00 in equipment for the Maternity of Our Lady of Lourdes. The institution received 12 mechanical ventilators, incubators six, six cardioverter ten radiant warmers and phototherapy six appliances. Much of this material is already on maternity leave, intended both for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and to other sectors.

"We want to ensure quality care and security for our users. We therefore believe it is essential to invest in renovation of technology. The first equipment arrived went to the Emergency Hospital of Sergipe (Huse). The other devices of motherhood just arrive and we are still waiting for others, for all units that comprise the state hospital system, "he said Antonio Carlos GuimarĂ£es, Director General of Health Hospital Foundation (FHS).

A major advance for the Maternity Our Lady of Lourdes was the acquisition of lung ventilators, in more advanced models unique to newborns. Of the twelve new fans, six are already in the drive.

"The lung ventilator monitor has swing and O2 sensors. The devices that we had so far provided support to the sectors neonatal, pediatric and adult. The new is specific to newborns and has sensitive parameters," explained manager maternity equipment, Fabio Moura, noting the amount of fans was already satisfactory.

Another advance was the cardioverter, which cost R $ 16,490.00 each. "They will be placed in all sectors of the unit. Cardioverter The multiparameter have as electrocardiograph with monitor screen of 5 'for easier viewing by the clinical team at the time of the procedure. Besides being more appropriate, the equipment saves time at the time of care, "said Fabio Moura.

Production manager for the NICU, the nurse Sheila Santana, the acquisition of this equipment ensures a greater peace of mind at work. "We work more relaxed, because we know that babies are better attended. The new equipment allows the expansion of our technology park. However, cardioverter and mechanical ventilators for neonates are specific devices that will improve care," he said Sheila.

Source: SECRETARIA DE SAUDE SE