2019 FUNDING FOCUS
These are some of the items the Branches funded through 2018 events:
rans-Esophageal Neo-Natal Echo Probe $30,000
A neo-natal trans esophageal echo probe would support the smallest and most sensitive babies treated at our hospital. The team currently has an infant echo probe, but it is too large to be used effectively for tiny neo-natal infants who are being treated daily at the hospital and weigh three kilograms or less. This device allows for state of the art, trans-esophageal cardiac ultrasound imaging in the safest and most efficient manner possible for highly sensitive, at-risk infants being treated at the hospital.
$22,200 Per Unit/Need 2
Transport Isolette. Transport Isolette. As a Level IV NICU, transport isolettes are needed to safely move babies to Oakland Children's from all over the East Bay. These incubators provide everything a baby needs to avoid disturbances during transport, including temperature and humidity control, ventilators, brain cooling devices, and more. $150,000
Rover Hand-Held Bedside Device. Hand held devices at the patient bedside will allow on-the-spot data entry. Care teams will be able to communicate immediately with one another and will be helpful in emergency situations. These portable devices will replace larger computers on carts.
$4,615 Per Unit/Need 70
Giraffe OmniBed Isolette. This bed provide a warm, comfortable and developmentally supportive environment for premature babies. The updated design converts from isolette to table, and can be easily controlled by caregivers with a foot pedal.
$36,630 Per Unit Need 2
Panda Warming Table. This warmer is designed as an open table for stronger babies, allowing for better access and visibility for families and caregivers.
$22,766 Per Unit/Need 2
Sleep Chairs. These comfy chairs are provided so parents can sit and sleep next to their child’s bedside. The chair converts from a chair to a bed in seconds. This is a recurring need as the chairs get continuous usage and wear out as a result.
$3,300 per unit, Recurring need