Children in Beijing for free cardiac surgery receive medical checkups

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A child undergoing a medical checkup in Anzhen Hospital in Beijing as part of China-Myanmar Friendship Program for free cardiac surgery. Photo: MNA

Four of the twelve children who are in Beijing to receive free cardiac surgery received medical checkups yesterday at Anzhen Hospital.
Dr. Gu Hong (CoCo), Heart Specialist from Anzhen Hospital, doctors and nurses carried out blood tests, ECG tests and ultrasound scans to the four children aged above 10 years.
“We will take further steps for surgical operation for the children when we know the results,” said Dr Gu Hong, who is responsible for the medical checkups and diagnosis.
Before receiving the medical services, all the children visited the Buddha Tooth Relic Pagoda and prayed for a successful operation.
Twelve children arrived in Beijing with their parents to receive free cardiac surgery and were encouraged by Myanmar Ambassador U Thit Lin Ohn who pledged to provide assistance to them. The operation will be carried out at the Anzhen Hospital in Beijing. The movement is a part of the China-Myanmar Friendship Program for free surgery treatment for 50 children, who received medical diagnosis out of 100 children between 28 to 31 March by a medical team from China at the Yankin Children’s Hospital in Yangon..
The children and their parents were accompanied by Heart Specialist Dr Aung Thein Tun from the Yankin Children’s Hospital, a nurse and Mrs. Meng Fen (alias) Daw Kyi Lin, an in-charge of Yunnan-based Mingalar Magazine.— Thein Htut

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