EU co-financed projects

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In 2014, the 10th Military Research Hospital and Policlinic completed the project Elimination of ethylene oxide emissions to the atmosphere by the use of a universal low-temperature sterilisation method at the Central Sterilization Department of the 10th Military Research Hospital and Policlinic, Independent Healthcare Centre with the financial support form the Provincial Fund for Environment Protection and Water Management in Toruń.    

The project’s total amount is PLN 437,300.00. The amount of co-funding obtained from the Provincial Fund for Environment Protection and Water Management in Toruń in the form of a loan was PLN 349.800.00.

The project consisted in replacement of the Steri-Vac 4XL equipment used by the Hospital since 1995. To ensure proper sterilization with ethylene oxide, the Hospital had to purchase an ethylene oxide gas sterilizer including accessories. The old device was replaced with a Steri-Vac 5XL PD sterilizer, including the required accessories such as an XL aerator or Abator Model 50.

As a result, the previous decontamination technology which had an adverse effect the environment was eliminated with the new device allowing for efficient reduction in drug-resistant pathogenic microbes, in particular in the medical field. The expected ecological effect was achieved directly after the launch of the new technology. One cartridge with 100% ethylene oxide with a weight of 100 g is required for a single sterilization cycle. The Abator’s burning efficiency is 99.9%, which means that the emissions of ethylene oxide to the atmosphere are reduced this figure.

 

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In 2014, the 10th Military Research Hospital and Policlinic in Bydgoszcz completed the project Extension of the Water Treatment Station on the Premises of the 10th Military Research Hospital and Policlinic in Bydgoszcz with the financial support from the Provincial Fund for Environment Protection and Water Management in Toruń.

The project’s total amount is PLN 239,007.18. The amount of co-funding obtained from the Provincial Fund for Environment Protection was PLN 191,200.00.

The project consisted in extension of the old water treatment station by adding a new part allowing treatment of the required amount of water as specified in the Decision No. ZO/8703-3/2013/ZR dated 08/03/2013 issued by the Head of the Regional Authority for Water Management in Gdansk.

As per the project, the flow capacity of the upgraded water treatment station was to change:

from Qdśr=100m³/day to Qdśr=300m³/day

from Qdmax=125m³/day to Qdmax=375m³/day

 

The actual flow capacity as of the project end date was:

Qdśr=300m³/day and Qdmax=375m³/day

 

 Project objectives included:

- Two-level filtration: level 1 – iron removal; level 2 – manganese removal;

- Intensification of raw water aeration;

- Provision of rinsing water meters;

- Lower consumption of rinsing water by the use of filter rinsing with fan-blown air;

- Use of a rinsing pump with required pressure, i.e. a 1 bar in place of the old 6 bar pump allowing savings on electricity; 

- Use of bypasses ensuring elimination of one of the filters (e.g. during repairs) without deterioration in treatment;

- Automation of filter operation by the use of valves with automatic opening and closure using a freely programmable controller (this will eventually lead to reduction of employment at the Water Treatment Station). 

- Replacement of the piping. 

 

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10th Military Research Hospital and Policlinic, Independent Public Healthcare Centre in Bydgoszcz implemented a project no. WND-POIS.12.01.00-00-353/08 “Purchase of medical equipment for Hospital Emergency Clinical Ward of the 10th Military Research Hospital and Policlinic, Independent Public Healthcare Centre in Bydgoszcz” as part of the Priority 12: “Health, safety and improvement of health protection system”, Operational Programme “Infrastructure and Environment”, Action 21.1 “Development of emergency medical services”

The co-funding contract was signed on 15.10.2010. The project was implemented by 31 October 2011 as stipulated in the contract.

Two tenders were held as part of the project, resulting in 17 contracts for delivery of medical equipment and devices to the Hospital Emergency Clinical Ward, i.e.:

1. Patient monitor – 5 items

2. Mobile respirator – 4 items

3. Medical trolleys – 10 items

4. Drainage unit – 10 items

5. Vacuum mattress – 2 items

6. Critical care analyser – 1 item

7. Mobile ultrasound scanner – 1 item

8. Bronchofiberscope – 1 item

9. Biphasic defibrillator – 2 items

10. AED defibrillator – 2 items

11. ECG device – 2 items

12. Infusion pump – 5 items

13. Pulse oximeter – 5 items

14. Stationary respirator – 1 item

15. Patient heating system – 2 item

16. X ray unit, C arm – 1 item

17. CPR chest compression device – 2 items

18. Nebulizer – 2 items

19. Bag valve mask – 6 items

20. Mechanical suction unit – 2 items

21. Bag valve mask for children – 2 items

22. Face masks – 50 items

23. Reducer connecting oxygen cylinder with oxygen receivers – 2 item

24. Oxygen cylinder – 2 items

25. Eye rinsing unit – 2 item

26. Cervical collars – 50 items

27. Infusion heater – 6 items

28. Guide for difficult tracheal intubations – 2 items

29. Kramer splints – 5 sets

30. Spine protection vest – 2 items

31. Capnometer – 2 items

 

Total project value was PLN 1,629,007.38, including:

- co-funding from the European Fund for Regional Development – PLN 1,351,579.84

- co-funding by the Ministry of Health – PLN 238,514.07

- hospital’s own funds – PLN 38,913.47

 

The project is aimed directly to facilitate life-saving services, taking account of applicable standards and legal requirements. In a broader sense, the project is intended to reduce mortality, trauma complications and other sudden life-threatening conditions.

The main beneficiaries of the project are the Applicant’s patients, i.e. mainly residents of the kujawsko-pomorskie province and casualties involved in road accidents and other random life- or health-threatening incidents within the operating area of the 10th Military Research Hospital and Policlinic, Independent Public Healthcare Centre in Bydgoszcz.

Other target recipients are:

- employees of the Hospital Emergency Clinical Ward,

- representatives of other healthcare units cooperating with the 10th Military Research Hospital and Policlinic in Bydgoszcz,

- medical students in the region,

- other hospital personnel.

The project is co-financed by the European Union from the funds of the European Fund for Regional Development

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10th Military Research Hospital and Policlinic in Bydgoszcz implemented a project no. WND-POIS.12.02.00-00-002/08 as part of the Priority 12: “Health, safety and improvement of health protection system”, Action 12.2 “Investments in health protection infrastructure with supraregional importance” „Increasing quality and accessibility of health services provided by the 10th MRHP in Bydgoszcz by purchasing intensive care equipment”.

The co-funding contract was signed on 13.09.2010. The project was implemented by 30 June 2012 as stipulated in the contract.

Total project value: PLN 13,624,761.06, including:

- co-funding from the European Fund for Regional Development – PLN 6,373,582.55

- co-funding by the Ministry of Health – PLN 1,124,749.86

- co-funding by the Ministry of National Defence – PLN 6,126,428.65

 

The project is aimed to improve the efficiency of healthcare through investing in specialist state-of-the-art medical equipment for the Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Clinical Ward. The project is also intended to increase availability of specialised and highly specialised healthcare services and improve quality of services by purchasing advanced diagnostic equipment that meets European standards. The project will furthermore facilitate accessibility and quality of services provided by the hospital. Moreover, it will improve the efficiency of services at a supraregional scale, leading to an improvement in residents’ health condition as a result.

Main beneficiaries of the project and the infrastructure users are:

- region’s residents and non-residents who use services provided by the hospital,

- employees of the Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Clinical Ward,

- representatives of other healthcare units cooperating with the 10th Military Research Hospital and Policlinic in Bydgoszcz (e.g. consultants),

- trainees and doctors specialised in anaesthesiology and intensive care,

- other hospital personnel.

This project involves purchases of medical equipment and devices, ward equipment, technical devices and equipment (monitors, computers), as well as purchases and installation of HIS system.

Medical equipment and devices purchased as part of the project:

  1. Respirator with adjustment of oxygen concentration within a range of 21-100 % – 20 items.
  2. Cardiac monitor – 7 items
  3. Diphasic defibrillator with cardioversion and heart stimulation – 7 items
  4. Intensive care bed with anti-bedsore mattress – 4 items
  5. Intensive care bed with anti-bedsore mattress – 18 items
  6. Intensive care transport bed - 10 items
  7. PICCO low-invasive cardiac output measurement device – 3 items
  8. General anaesthesia device for monitoring of EKG, SaO2, NIBP, capnography, breath and temperature, IBP with anaesthetic respirator and anaesthetic gases monitoring – 6 items
  9. Invasive blood pressure measurements modules – 22 items
  10. Mobile monitor for capnography and ECG, SaO2, NIBP, breath and temperature monitoring - 5 items
  11. Infusion pump (syringe pump) - 199 items
  12. Volumetric pump (drip pump) - 22 items
  13. Feeding pump – 22 items
  14. PCA syringe pump - 20 items
  15. Intracranial pressure monitoring device - 3 items
  16. BIS XP brain monitoring anaesthesia depth monitor – 8 items
  17. Pump docking station - 44 items
  18. Docking station cover – 22 items
  19. One-bed one-arm pendant – 26 items
  20. Anaesthesia pendant – 1 item
  21. Surgery pendant – 1 item
  22. Medical trolley - 22 items
  23. Continuous renal replacement therapy equipment (haemofiltration and haemoperfusion) – 2 items

 

Project co-financed by the European Union from the funds of the European Fund for Regional Development

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