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- Donations were accepted as follows: 45 computers donated by Quaker Digital Academy; two audiometers donated by Rainbow Connection; computer donated by Mike Reese; video camera equipment donated by Ohio State University preschool lab.
Had Bell placed one of his early audiometers in the Atlantic Ocean, it might have heard pattering rain, breaking waves, cracking ice, singing whales, snapping shrimp, and the occasional rumbling earthquake or marine landslide on the continental slope.
Stating that "the potential for the dollars is limitless," the letter boasts that "Medicaid dollars have been used for purchases ranging from audiometers to mini-buses, from a closed captioned
Products available include ECGs, audiometers, patient monitors, spirometers and ultrasounds which range from basic models needed in less demanding practices to models needed [for the] high demands of Intensive care facilities "