Bahrain early yesterday (September 12) morning recorded its 36th sickle cell death after a 16-year-old boy died from complications at a major public hospital.
Mohammed Khalifa Ismail died at 4.15am after a sharp drop in blood circ
Health centres in Bahrain including the Salmaniya Medical Complex will soon provide residents with 1,400 types of drugs to counter a range of diseases, said a top official.
At least 200 new medicines will also be available, Health
Six Bahrainis with kidney problems have suffered serious complications after undergoing transplant surgeries this year, sparking a warning for people to avoid treatment abroad.
Health officials say the overseas transplant industry poses a
Bahrain has revealed details of the occupation of Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC) by its medical cadre based on a verdict issued by the National Safety Court of First Instance.
Unveiling the details on Friday, Bahrain Defence Force (BDF) P
A new BD2.4 million ($6.3 million) state-of-the-art medical centre for kidney diseases is due to be opened within three months in Bahrain, officials said.
The Abdulrahman Kanoo Health Centre for Kidney Diseases was first planned in April 2
Councillors are demanding that work immediately begin to convert the 44-year-old Water Garden in Salmaniya into a major tourist attraction to include a public park and nature sanctuaries.
They are demanding answers from the Manama Municipa
Forty-four doctors, nurses and medical staff pleaded not guilty to being involved in the illegal occupation of Bahrain's main hospital by protesters, as the trial of hospital staff opened yesterday (June 13).
Four other suspects, includin
A new BD2 million ($5.3 million) diabetes will be set up at Bahrain’s Salmaniya Medical Complex, aiming to reduce and ultimately eliminate limb amputations due to chronic diabetes, said health officials.
The centre, the first of its kind i
Bahrain’s Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC) has received a daily average of 10 cases of moderate to serious injuries from road accidents since the beginning of Ramadan, it said.
Twelve cases were received at the Accident and Emergency depart
Sickle cell patients in Bahrain will soon have special identity cards to help them get preferential treatment at health centres.
The move is part of efforts to help patients get better and prompt services in the country, said Health Minist