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Pounding away to raise the pounds

Members of the Borders Barmy Army (BBA) took to the treadmill on Friday to help the Friends of Borders General Hospital who are raising funds for a bladder scanner for Ward 12.
This piece of equipment can help reduce the incidence of catheterisation and therefore help to reduce the amount of catheter-associated infection in hospital.
The equipment ranges in price from �3,000 to �6,000, and the BBAs efforts raised �540 towards this  cause.

Members of the Borders Barmy Army (BBA) took to the treadmill on Friday to help the Friends of Borders General Hospital who are raising funds for a bladder scanner for Ward 12. This piece of equipment can help reduce the incidence of catheterisation and therefore help to reduce the amount of catheter-associated infection in hospital. The equipment ranges in price from �3,000 to �6,000, and the BBAs efforts raised �540 towards this cause.

Members of the Borders Barmy Army (BBA) took to the treadmill on Friday to help the Friends of Borders General Hospital who are raising funds for a bladder scanner for Ward 12.

This piece of equipment can help reduce the incidence of catheterisation and therefore help to reduce the amount of catheter-associated infection in hospital. The equipment ranges in price from £3,000-£6,000, and the BBA’s efforts raised £543.55.

Anyone who would like to help the Friends in fundraising events should contact Sandra Henwood (01896 826564).

 

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