The Danish Defence is putting up a tender for medical equipment intended to be used in crisis situations and therefore serves a critical role for the Danish Defence. The tender will concern 3 lots:
1) Portable Oxygen Concentrators;
2) Mobile Oxygen Concentrators;
3) Haemostatic Bandages.
The use of oxygen concentrators by the Danish Defence is fairly new and is because of a wish to minimize the use of bottled oxygen due to logistical and transportation reasons. Haemostatic bandages is widely used in the military, both at the front and at treatment facilities.
DALO wishes to enter into a framework agreement concerning the delivery of portable oxygen concentrators. They are intended to be used to supply patients with portable oxygen at medical treatment facilities in both Role 1 and Role 2 level. They are furthermore intended to be used in trauma reception, surgical and postoperative treatment as well as during hospitalization.
This oxygen generator is particularly used during transport and transshipment of patients where there is no access to external power supply. It is therefore a must that it is battery driven. For further details of needs and requirements of this lot, please see Appendix A of the framework agreement.
DALO wishes to enter into a framework agreement concerning the delivery of mobile oxygen concentrators. They are intended to be used as primary oxygen supplement to patients at treatment facilities in both Role 1 and Role 2 level. They are furthermore intended to be used in trauma reception, surgical and postoperative treatment as well as during hospitalization.
This oxygen concentrator is primarily used during surgical and postoperative treatments as the concentrator shall deliver oxygen to the sedated person through an electrical driven ventilator. For further needs and requirements of this lot, please see Appendix A of the framework agreement.
DALO wishes to enter into a framework agreement concerning the delivery of haemostatic bandages. They are to be used under emergency treatments, where it is necessary to treat cases of excessive bleedings immediately. The detailed needs and requirements of this lot is described in Appendix A of the framework agreement.
The scope of the contract is the design, delivery, installation and testing of a Proton Treatment Planning System (PTPS) for proton and photon therapy including all related functionalities and services.
The scope includes:
—Software and licenses for a complete PTPS,
—Server hardware, required by the tenderer to be delivered by the tenderer,
—Necessary server hardware and workstations to be installed centrally for remote access (ex. Citrix farm). (This part optional for the Contracting Authority to buy.),
The Central Denmark Region is hosting Danish Centre for Particle Therapy (DCPT), for the purpose of treating a complex mix of pediatric and adult cancer patients, in total up to 1,180 patients per year. The Centre will be an integral part of the University Hospital of Aarhus.
DCPT have partnered with Varian Medical Systems for the delivery of the Proton Therapy System, this includes delivery of the ‘ProBeam’ system with accelerator, energy selection system, beam line, three rooms with 360° gantries with for patient treatments and a dedicated research room with horizontal beam line. All three treatment rooms have gantry integrated Cone Beam CT (CBCT) and the Oncology Information System (OIS) ‘Aria’ is also included in the delivery.
DCPT is seeking a partnership with a supplier of a Proton Treatment Planning System (PTPS) that will allow for long term development of proton therapy at DCPT.