3000 locals in Buthidaung receive free health care services

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Medical specialists provided free healthcare services to 3000 patients during 28 and 29 January in Buthidaung, Rakhine State under the arrangement of the Union Enterprise for Humanitarian Assistance, Resettlement and Development.
Sixteen patients underwent general surgery procedures, five patients had orthopedic surgery and five patients had obstetric and gynecological operations. A total of 26 in-patients were treated in the Buthidaung General Hospital according to Deputy Director Dr. Than Tun Kyaw.
“The main operations were on the gastrointestinal tract in addition to hernias and bone fractures. Medical personnel discussed contraception methods with the patients” he added.
“My uncle fractured his waist and hand. Now he is better and he will recover soon. ” said a nephew of one patient. Many patients suffer from hypertension and diabetes and doctors treated their conditions. Specialists offer the best healthcare services to those who suffer orthopedic and neurological diseases.


Myanmar Digital News

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