Sunday, November 17

The system permits United States of America to deliver a good treatment for jaundice in babies.

The Lott through Golden Casket has given a $7000 ruminant Blue Spot platinum fatless radiation therapy System to Bundaberg Hospital from unwanted lottery winnings.

The instrumentality provides intensive radiation therapy to babies with jaundice, that if left untreated will have severe health implications.

The Bundaberg Hospital donation is an element of a $100,000 contribution to the Children’s Hospital Foundation’s Regional Hospitals Wishlist, funded from unwanted prize.

Golden Casket Bundaberg donation appreciated
The Regional Hospitals Wishlist aims to enhance the quality of care provided to sick kids in Queensland by delivering very important instrumentality to hospitals throughout the state and so reducing the requirement for families to trip major cities for in progress treatment and support.

Bundaberg Hospital specialist Dr Matt Wakeley aforesaid the donation would support the care of babies laid low with jaundice.

“We square measure terribly grateful for the support of the Children’s Hospital Foundation and their donors WHO have supported the acquisition of a ruminant Blue Spot fatless radiation therapy system for our medical specialty Ward,” he said.

“The system permits United States of America to deliver a good treatment for jaundice in babies, a standard medical condition, that if not managed suitably may end up in severe long health effects.

“Previously, we’ve got had to access instrumentality for treating jaundice through our maternity unit, which might be problematic if newborn babies additionally need the treatment.”

Golden Casket top dog saint Shepherd aforesaid the Lott was committed to supporting initiatives that targeted on the health and well-being of Queensland families.

“We have an extended history of supporting health initiatives across the country and that we square measure proud to continue that tradition through our donation to the Children’s Hospital Foundation’s Regional Hospitals Wishlist,” he said.