Alma Petroli donates three non-invasive monitoring stations for sedated patients and eight tele-monitor systems to the Anaesthesia & Intensive Care Department of the Ravenna Hospital.
“In emergencies like this, we feel the desire and duty to help our territory and support the efforts made by doctors, nurses and health workers towards Covid-19 patients” commented Alma Petroli Chairman, Antonio Serena Monghini, who has added “Medical supplies and equipments will be for the benefit of all, once we get past Coronavirus emergency.”
Doctor Maurizio Fusari, Anaesthesia & Intensive Care Department of Provincial Surgery District of Ravenna, has also added: “The donated equipments are of highly beneficial to enhance the quality of treatments dedicated to seriously ill patients in our Hospital, allowing to take care of them not only in the Intensive Care Department (where there are limited beds). These equipments and supplies allow a real time monitoring and control of every patients, even when they are not located in the same area. The donation is permanent and enables a strategic evolution that makes a difference in the quality of the care provided to our citizens, not only in the current crisis, but even in the future: in this way our hospital will be much more modern with innovative organizational solutions.”