CT Scanner for Idlib

There is a crisis with CT scanners in Idlib. For the over 4 million people living in Idlib, there is only 4 CT scanners and sadly right now almost all of them are not working.
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CT scanner is needed to save bombing victims

A computerized tomography (CT) scan combines a series of X-ray images taken from different angles around your body and uses computer processing to create cross-sectional images which can then be made into a 3D image of the body. A CT scan of the body is needed to quickly examine people who may have internal injuries from bombings and other types of trauma. A scan can be used to visualize nearly all parts of the body and is used to diagnose disease or injury as well as to plan medical, surgical or radiation treatment.
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A major bloodbath has been taking place in Syria.

Daily bombardment is making it difficult for medics in Syria to save lives. To make matters worse, hospitals, health facilities and refugee camps are all being targeted in this war. In this war, us doctors are heavily dependent of the use of these CT scanners to save lives.

The Syrian Regime is bombing Idlib without discrimination.

Men, women and children are being killed. We are on the ground with them, helping and working to relieve their suffering. There are already mass shortages of beds, ventilators, medicine and proper equipment. The healthcare system has been systematically worn down by the now decade long violence and war crimes. Now we have a major problem on our hands as we are struggling to scan our war trauma patients and need to buy a new tube for this device. On top of this, we urgently need more CT scanners in idlib, as there is a severe shortage. We aim to also buy a new CT Scanner with your donation.
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In responding to the crisis, we must grasp the opportunity and build a more resilient and stronger health system for the future and for everyone. Scaling up access to healthcare, could enable us to save lives during this difficulties and also to save hundreds of thousands of lives each year after.