Billions for developing attendance for premature baby care

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(MTI)- 20 medical institutions of Hungary will get about 3.8 billion forints of an EU tender to develop their tools for premature attendance.

Institutions of 6 countriside region had the possibility to apply for the subsidy. They will spend the money on aqualungs, incubators, multifunctional attendance equipment, perinatal diagnostic machines, and technical development needed for the operation of such equipment.
Te winners of the tender are 14 high-level centres for premature attendance and 6 lower-level premature departments from all over the country. As a result of this EU subsidy, Medical and Health Science Centre of the University of Debrecen also can develop its equipment for premature baby care.

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