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Donated Equipment

Contact Mr. Mohammed Zaidi

zaidimk@gmail.com

IOMP Equipment Donations Programme has facilitated a number of donations through the years. During the last year (2006) the following donations have been made:

Varian Ximatron Simulator with x-ray and fluoro capabilities being donated by Mayo Clinic couldn’t be shipped to the Institute of Radiotherapy & Nuclear Medicine (IRNUM), University of Peshawar, Peshawar Pakistan. It has finally been shipped to Nile Badri Hospital and Medical Center, Department of Radiation Oncology, Cornish Elmaadi, Cairo, EGYPT. Dr. Eldesouky Abdulhakiem is the Medical Director. We are thankful for the efforts of Dr. Walter Tang and Patty Pickett of Mayo Clinic for this donation and help in making the arrangements for shipment.

A Merge Box (converts images to DICOM format), two CadPlan stations, one Brachyvision station (computer and printer) and one Lumisys laser scanner to Meenakshi Mission Hospital and Research Centre, T.Arulmony, Senior Manager-R&D, Lake Area, Melur Road, Madurai- 625 107, Port of Entry: Chennai, Tamil Nadu (Ship yard), INDIA. It was very generously donated by Sarah Bull, Chief Physicist, NY Presbyterian/Columbia University Regional Cancer Center, New Milford Hospital, New Milford, CT 06776. USA has very kindly donated this equipment to IOMP Donation Program.

A Nuclear Associates 37-720 electrometer, patient dose monitor for diodes and Lumisys 75 film scanner was donated by Fred Asprinio, Jupiter Medical Center, Radiation Oncology, Jupiter, FL, USA. It was shipped to Dr. Norberto A. Abella Jr. Medical Physicist, Radiology Department, University of Perpetual Help Rizal Medical Center, Alabang-Zapote Road, Las Pinas City, 1740, PHILIPPINES.

 

A used Prowess 2D RTP 3000  (Version 3.06) to the IOMP Used Equipment Donation Program. I plan to ship this equipment to Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Rua Sao Francisco Xavier 524 - Pavilhao Haroldinho, Rio de Janeiro - CEP 20550-013 – BRAZIL (Attn: Carlos E. de Almeida Ph.D. Professor of Medical Physics). It was very kindly donated by Gregory M. Price, M.S., DABR., Chief Medical Physicist, Altoona Regional Health System, Altoona Hospital Campus, Department of Radiation Oncology, 620 Howard Avenue, Altoona, PA  16601-4899, USA.

The IOMP is very grateful to the donors of the above equipment

 

Used equipment needed

Treatment planning systems, Mevatron 67 linear accelerator, Theratronic, Automatic film processor, block cutter, patient dose monitor and ultrasound machine. A clinic in India is requesting for a HDR unit, mass spectrometer equipment to start a research in Medicinal Proteomic.