More than 200 paediatric experts from different countries are set to gather at the first International Paediatric Medical Congress in Dubai, UAE.
The congress, which will include experts from Ministry of Health
VPS Healthcare, a major healthcare group in the UAE and US-based Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) have partnered to establish cooperation in a number of areas in paediatric healthcare.
The Memorandum of Understandi
Dubai Health Authority-run Latifa Hospital has recently implemented a state-of-the-art technique known as nurse controlled analgesia to effectively manage pain in paediatric surgical cases.
Nurse-controlled analgesia is a techniqu
Jordan’s City Mall has signed a deal to donated an amount of 25,000 Jordanian dinars ($35,156) for the benefit of paediatric patient room at the King Hussein Cancer Center’s (KHCC) expansion project.
The funds co
Dubai Hospital has installed a state-of-the-art patient monitoring system in the paediatric unit of the hospital.
Dr Abdulrehman Al Jassmi, chief executive officer, inaugurated the system which will help enhance patient safety and
Sheikh Khalifa Medical City (SKMC) has unveiled its expanded paediatric intensive care unit (PICU) in Abu Dhabi.
The 22-bed PICU will also have five additional beds added later this year, said a statement from
The Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (Seha) met with representatives from global paediatric centres, as part of its new programme to recruit experts in the field to partner for reforms.
Four leading international children’s
Bahrain will build a 140-bed world-class hospital dedicated to heart care, which will feature outpatient clinics, an emergency ward for chest diseases, a paediatric unit and other medical facilities.
HRH Prime Minister Prince Khal
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) recently held a felicitation ceremony for a team of doctors for providing 25 children a new lease of life by completing complex heart surgeries and catherization procedures.
The event held at Dubai Hospital
In the UAE, 13 per cent of the population suffer from asthma with children accounting for 40 per cent of this total, which includes other prevalent allergies – one of the highest rates for children in the world, a report said.