The General Authority of the Surgical College Hospital in Aleppo put 25 purification devices into service after they were re-maintained and repaired, to conduct dialysis sessions for patients and hospital auditors.
The director of the hospital, Dr. Mazhar Shaya, told SANA reporter that the engineering department in the hospital continues maintenance, repair and attention to the medical devices concerned with dialysis, where, thanks to an initiative from the donor Mahmoud Badawi, he managed to repair 25 broken dialysis devices and put them in service, bringing the total number of dialysis devices to 50 devices. Through which 130 dialysis sessions are carried out per day, noting the importance of this initiative and the need to generalize it to provide the necessary treatment services to patients.
In turn, the engineer, Yara Al-Jaabi, head of the engineering office in the hospital, explained that the maintenance included replacing and repairing the broken parts of the dialysis machines, pointing to the difficulty of securing new parts for the devices due to the unjust economic siege imposed on Syria.
For their part, Engineers Abd al-Rahman Tatan and Majdoul Najjar indicated that the operations of replacing and repairing damaged devices in the hospital, the most important of which are pumps, will contribute to raising the hospital’s absorptive capacity and providing medical and treatment services to patients.
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