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Medical camp for children with congenital heart disease arranged


Published : 16 Aug 2022 06:42 PM | Updated : 16 Aug 2022 06:42 PM

Qatar Charity (QC) has arranged a week-long medical camp in Bangladesh to provide essential treatment for nearly 90 children suffering from congenital heart diseases.

The medical camp began on August 13 at the National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases in Dhaka and it will continue till August 21.

An expert in pediatric cardiology and consultant in interventional catheter procedures from the University of Texas of USA is leading the medical team. The team includes several pediatric cardiologists, cardiac surgeons from Jordan and Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC), Qatar, an anesthesiologist from Ramallah hospitals, and many medical staff from Bangladesh.

Qatar Charity (QC) arranges a week-long medical camp at the National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases in Dhaka to provide essential treatment for children suffering from congenital heart diseases.

The doctors conduct the device closure procedure for the children suffering from congenital heart diseases.

The medical staff, upon the arrival, began conducting multiple examinations to assess the cases that require operations. Coordination was made with the National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases in Bangladesh to prepare a list of 100-150 patients with various types of malformations.

“We are trying our best to provide essential treatment for all the children, and hopefully, they will lead a better life,” said Professor Dr. Muhammad Numan, an expert in pediatric cardiology and consultant in interventional catheter procedures at the University of Texas.