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346 pulse oximetry machines and counting

When we placed our first pulse oximetry machine in 2017 at Good Hope Hospital, Birmingham, we set a target of placing 330 machines nationwide by April 2022. At the time, we anticipated that 330 pulse oximetry machines would fulfil the initial demand from maternity hospitals across the UK. We’re delighted to report that we have…

CRM Oxford announces new ‘heartfelt’ charity partnership

We are delighted that Chapman Robinson & Moore Accountants Oxford have chosen to support Tiny Tickers throughout the year. In the last few months of 2021, CRM accountant Beccy Blake’s son Charlie fell ill with a serious heart condition that was not diagnosed until he was 18 months old. Beccy and her family have been…

Tiny Tickers delivers vital sonographer training at hospital where our CEO’s daughter received life-saving open heart surgery

Thanks to a partnership with Children’s Heart Surgery Fund (CHSF), last month sonographers at Leeds General Infirmary received our vital training to help them detect the signs of serious heart conditions in babies at the 20-week pregnancy scans. Sonographers at Leeds General Infirmary With the support of CHSF, Tiny Tickers is delivering hands-on, hospital-based cardiac…

Giving Tuesday 2021: 12 babies. Six machines. One day.

Today, around 12 babies will be born in the UK with serious heart conditions. Six of these babies will have been diagnosed during pregnancy. The other six will be born with no-one knowing they have a poorly heart. A pulse oximetry test is the quickest and easiest way to ensure these six babies receive a…

Nominate Tiny Tickers And Help Us Do More For Tiny Hearts This October.

We are taking part in a charity nomination poll throughout October at My Favourite Voucher Codes and we have a chance of winning 20% of the site’s profits for October!  My Favourite Voucher Codes is a money saving website, and since their launch in 2012, they have saved money for their users whilst raising money…

Charity partnership set to increase early congenital heart disease detection

Children’s Heart Surgery Fund (CHSF) have awarded a grant of over £17k to Tiny Tickers to fund vital cardiac sonography training across the Yorkshire region. Whilst the COVID pandemic has put the planned training programme back, the first session took place on September 14 at St James Hospital in Leeds. Further sessions are planned at…