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Conducting the First Dialysis Case in Mina Al-Shara Al-Jadeed Hospital
13 October 2013

​As work starts in the Mina Al-Shara Al-Jadeed Hospital on Saturday evening, the first dialysis case was conducted to a Moroccan patient, aging 64 years.

In the meantime, the Assistant Director of the hospital, Dr. Saud Serbaia pointed out that this is the first case to be received for conducting a dialysis session. It was conducted to a Moroccan Hajj performer.

He was transported by an ambulance to the Emergency Section, and having been examined, it turned out that the patient suffers from a terminal chronic kidney failure, and is treated by the regular hemodialysis since five years, because of diabetes, along witha higharterial blood pressure.


Within the same vein, Dr. Albra'a Fayez Rajab, the kidney diseases consultant, made clear that the patient was immediately admitted to the dialysis unit as he was suffering from general frailty in body and was having difficulty breathing.

He is to conduct his hemodialysis session according to his regular schedule.


And after the medical intervention, he underwent a hemodialysis session according to his schedule; he is in a good condition now.

Dr. Saud Serbaia went on to add that the hospital readied early on; in order to serve the Hajj performers and took all the precautionary and preventive measures to receive the Hajj performers.

 



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