We have undertaken a project of profound importance to Sri Lanka in this hour of need. The National Institute of Infectious Diseases (IDH) has been instrumental in saving thousands of lives during this pandemic without much updated equipment and ICU beds due to the sheer dedication by the medical and nursing staff. The chief Infectious Disease Consultant in the hospital, Dr Ananda Wijewickrama made a formal request to us to fund some much-needed equipment including Trendelenburg beds in ICU, ambuscopes and Ultra Sound machines. With the approval of the Board of Directors and the Ex-CO, SLMANA (Western Region) agreed to that proposal and are raising funds to purchase some of those items with your priceless donations. The tax-deductible charity is undertaken as an emergency project and therefore we will seek your help now to raise money for the following specific items.
N95 Masks 1000 Pcs price 940,000/= (USD 4950 approximately ) Delivery in 2 Weeks.
Multi-functional (with Trendelenberg and reverse Trendelenberg facility) remote controlled ICU beds – 4 units : LKR 1,980,000/= (USD 10,500 approximately) Delivery in 30 Days.
Ambuscope for per-cutaneous tracheostomy (three scopes and the viewer) 1 unit : Price LKR 800,000/= ( USD 4200 approximately). Delivery in 30 Days.
Bedside ultrasound Scanner (Minray brand) – Additional probe for Lung Ultrasound (Linear probe) 1 Unit: Price LKR 300,000 (UDS 1400 approximately) Ex –stocks available.
If you wish to donate contact: Dr Deepthi Jayasekara, 626-625-3898 or email@example.com