Helping Hands donates three ventilators to K.R. Hospital
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Helping Hands donates three ventilators to K.R. Hospital

Mysuru: Helping Hands, under its Health Project, donated three sets of CPAP Ventilator Circuit and Cannule Interface to the State-run K.R. Hospital in city recently. The Interface has been sponsored by Navrathanibai Vimalchand Charitable Trust in memory of late Vimalchandji Dhoka.

These ventilators would be useful to save lives of newborn babies. Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Sudha Rudrappa, Dr. Rajendra Kumar and Dr. Hamsa appreciated the activities of Helping Hands and thanked the group for providing valuable contribution to the hospital.

This was the ninth Health Project to K.R. Hospital

Also, Helping Hands handed over a cheque towards dialysis to Kalavathi of Hoskote village, H.D. Kote Taluk, who is admitted for treatment at JSS Hospital. The cheque was handed over in the presence of doctors, staff and members of Helping Hands.

President Mahaveer Khabiya, Secretary Anand Patwa, Treasurer Rajan Baghmar, Sampath Baghmar, Jambu Lodha, Prakash Gandhi, Manoharlal Sankla and members of Dhoka Family Subashchand, Ashok Kumar, Bipin Dhoka, Mohan and others were present.

March 28, 2018

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