- Time: 05/14 2020 08:05:48
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(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The Ministry of Health and Environment opened two specialized dialysis halls at Al-Numan General Hospital in Baghdad, while the Ministry of Health distributed a new batch of medicines for chronic diseases among the displaced in Baghdad.
Health Minister Hassan Al-Tamimi said in a press statement that "the two halls with a capacity of 9 families were provided with devices with solid international specifications," noting that "the opening represents a qualitative move to enhance the services provided to patients with renal impairment."
He stressed that "new centers will be opened in various hospitals to accommodate the largest number of patients, including in the areas of Zafaraniya and Hosseini, and in the martyr Dari Hospital."
Al-Tamimi pointed out that these additions will reduce the suffering of patients with kidney deficiency and the number of the added family will become 88 beds. The kidneys are between 5,000 and 7,000 thousands of russe in the health of Rusafa
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