In the city hospital N37 of Saint Petersburg (Petrodvorets, Konstantinovskaja street, 1) January, 13 will arrive a 8-ton humanitarian cargo from three large charitable unions of Germany. As the Petersburg committee on public health services has informed, in this hospital in February it is planned to open the Centre of hemodialysis (artificial kidney). It will be placed on the area 500 sq. m in repaired Benua building.
The cargo is gathered at participation of the Union of the help of countess Clotilde von Rintelen (descendant of Pushkin and of emperor Alexander II) and club Innervill, the Union of the help to the twin-city of Bad Homburg - Petrodvorets, the Union of archpriest of Russian Orthodox Church duke Ignatjev. The new Centre will be equipped with functional beds and medical stock, office equipment for the organization of conferences and seminars.
Also to expensive devices "artificial kidney" to the hospital spare parts which can be necessary in case of repair will be handed, and materials on a total sum of 22000 euros.
News source: rosbalt.ru
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