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Priority Equipment Needs

Advanced patient care requires innovative medical equipment, but the government does not fund it. Ongoing advances in technology and routine replacement mean St. Mary’s is continually scrutinizing equipment needs.

Your donation will be invested in that which is most urgently required to provide effective patient care.

Though St. Mary's wish list is frequently adjusted, oulined below are several items currently identified as a funding priority. 

Cardiac Care Expansion

The cardiac program wasn't built for the needs of today. Your help is needed.

Mobile C-Arm

The Mobile C-Arm system is a high-end x-ray device with flat–detector technology for excellent image quality in a portable environment. The compact mobile system is designed fo ...

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Mobile C-Arm

The Mobile C-Arm system is a high-end x-ray device with flat–detector technology for excellent image quality in a portable environment. The compact mobile system is designed for use in cardiovascular, general surgery, orthopedics and emergency surgery.

Syringe Pump

A syringe pump is a small infusion pump used to gradually administer small amounts of fluid (with or without medication) to a patient. Some syringe pumps can both infuse and wi ...

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Syringe Pump

A syringe pump is a small infusion pump used to gradually administer small amounts of fluid (with or without medication) to a patient. Some syringe pumps can both infuse and withdraw solutions.

Ultrasound

Ultrasound or Diagnostic Medical Sonography uses high frequency sound waves to image organs and soft tissue structures in the human body. Ultrasound is a safe imaging technolog ...

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Ultrasound

Ultrasound or Diagnostic Medical Sonography uses high frequency sound waves to image organs and soft tissue structures in the human body. Ultrasound is a safe imaging technology that allows imaging of internal structures without the use of radiation and it is an excellent tool for diagnosing a variety of conditions.

Unit Dose Packaging System

The Unit Dose Packaging System was first introduced as a safe and effective way to control and deliver medication. As such over three quarters of oral medication delivered in h ...

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Unit Dose Packaging System

The Unit Dose Packaging System was first introduced as a safe and effective way to control and deliver medication. As such over three quarters of oral medication delivered in hospitals is in unit doses and it is common practice for pharmaceutical companies to pre-package their medicines using unit dose packaging.

Vedant Software

The Transfusion Medicine (TM) laboratory department at St. Mary’s General Hospital dispensed nearly 3000 units of red blood cells for transfusions to our patients in 2020. Thes ...

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Vedant Software

The Transfusion Medicine (TM) laboratory department at St. Mary’s General Hospital dispensed nearly 3000 units of red blood cells for transfusions to our patients in 2020. These patients were undergoing various procedures many of which involved life-saving cardiac procedures.

Neoprobe

PARTIALLY FUNDED - Thank you to Zonta Kitchener-Waterloo for contributing to this critical piece of equipment at St. Mary's General Hospital.

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Neoprobe

PARTIALLY FUNDED - Thank you to Zonta Kitchener-Waterloo for contributing to this critical piece of equipment at St. Mary's General Hospital.