Why AMGH needs new IV Pumps

Jerry Hall – One Patient’s Experience

OCTOBER 6, 2011 The Alexandra Marine and General Hospital has an urgent need to replace its current IV Pumps. An Intravenous Pump is used to administer medications, nutrients, blood products, and fluids to patients. The pumps allow a patient to safely receive fluids, blood products and nutrients in the precise amount and time they need. Alexandra Marine and General Hospital relies on this technology to assure we can provide the best possible outcomes for the patients we care for. New technology and support for the equipment is crucial to providing the best patient care.

Jerry Hall knows first hand what IV Pumps are used for and can attest to how important they are. He has plenty of experience and knowledge. Jerry has a condition that affects the production of his red blood cells and he receives regular blood transfusions at AMGH.

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