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In the framework of the program of assistance to the Far East after the flood, RusHydro sent 5 million rubles to the hospital in the Amur region

The RusHydro Soprachastnost Charitable Foundation allocated 5 million rubles to the Zeiskaya Hospital (Amur Region) to purchase equipment for the maternity ward and carry out repairs.

According to the press service of the energy company, the money was allocated as part of a program to help victims of floods in the Far East during the 2013 flood. The funds were raised by employees of the holding, who wished to donate their one-day earnings to help the victims, subsidiaries (including RAO ES of the East), associations of employers in the electric power industry, the All-Russian Electric Trade Union and other enterprises in the energy industry.

"The specialists of the Zeiskaya hospital have already been trained to work with the new equipment on certification cycles in the regional perinatal center, as well as in the central bases of St. Petersburg and Moscow. Repair work in the obstetric rooms will be completed by the end of July, and the equipment will be delivered in early August," - the message says.

A neonatal and transport compartment (for nursing premature babies), a fiber-optic phototherapy system for the treatment of neonatal jaundice of newborns in comfortable conditions will be purchased for the Zeisk hospital. In addition, the hospital will receive an apparatus for the use of modern electrosurgical technologies when performing cesarean section with minimal blood loss, fibrogastroduodenoscope for mobile medical teams.

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