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Home » News » News » Donation made by NIAM-BAS to the Neonatology Ward at the Multi-Profile Hospital for Active Treatment ''Dr. Stamen Iliev'' AD
Donation made by NIAM-BAS to the Neonatology Ward at the Multi-Profile Hospital for Active Treatment ''Dr. Stamen Iliev'' AD
On January 8, 2013 the Multi-profile Hospital for active treatment ''Dr. Stamen Iliev'' at Montana received donation made by the National Institute of Archaeology with Museum (NIAM-BAS). This year NIAM-BAS provided the Neonatology ward with a pulse oximeter. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Lyudmil Vagalinski, Director of NIAM-BAS, presented the donation to Dr. Tsvetan Todorov, Executive Director of the hospital.
In an interview on the Bulgarian National Radio Assoc. Prof. Dr. L. Vagalinski said:
"The pulse oximeter is used to measure the pulse rate and the oxygen saturation of blood. It is a portable device. It costs 2,700 lv. and is specially delivered from the United States. This is a modest support, but made from the bottom of our hearts. We are focused on this particular hospital. This happened by chance due to transmission of television broadcast program material in 2006 and our colleague Tony Keratsova informed us that there is such a problem. Then we donated an incubator. We also have bought monitors, inhalers and now this oximeter. I hope we will be able to do it every year and that’s why we are regularly in touch with the specialists who work here. Though just a little thing, it is something to help".
Reports for the donation of NIAM-BAS can be read on the web sites of Darik Radio, Bulgarian National Radio and the official site of Montana Municipality.