LOST: A Deta Elis Devita Ritm mini was lost at Noosa Farmers Markets on October 6 and the owner is hoping someone has found the medical device.
LOST: A Deta Elis Devita Ritm mini was lost at Noosa Farmers Markets on October 6 and the owner is hoping someone has found the medical device.

Have you spotted this medical device?

A DOONAN women is hoping the local community may be able to help her locate a medical device she lost at Noosa Farmers Market last Sunday.

Zantariah Moclair is nearly 80 and uses her Deta Elis Devita Ritm mini daily to help with chronic pain.

LOST: A Deta Elis Devita Ritm mini was lost at Noosa Farmers Markets on October 6 and the owner is hoping someone has found the medical device.
LOST: A Deta Elis Devita Ritm mini was lost at Noosa Farmers Markets on October 6 and the owner is hoping someone has found the medical device.

“It’s a device that looks a bit like an mobile phone,” Ms Moclair said.

“I’ve been sick all my life. This is the only way I don't feel pain.”

Ms Moclair said she had the device on Sunday, October 6 when she visited Noosa Farmers Market between 7am and 9.30am.

She remembered taking it out of her bag while seated near the entrance of the markets waiting for a lift home but when she got home noticed it was missing.

The device is prescribed by a doctor a programmed to specifically assist the needs of that one patient.

“I can’t get another one until November when I see my doctor.”

Ms Moclair hopes someone may have found the device.

Send us a message on Facebook or drop us an email at noosaed@scnews.com.au if you now its whereabouts.


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