Egypt’s Ministry of Well being and Inhabitants announced on Wednesday that the remote prognosis method saved the lifetime of a newborn boy or girl, in cooperation with the Supreme Council of University Hospitals at the Ministry of Better Schooling and Scientific Investigate.
This arrived in the framework of activating the remote diagnosis system, in cooperation concerning the ministries of Overall health and Population, Increased Education and learning and Scientific Exploration, and Communications and Information Technology.
Hossam Abdel Ghaffar, the official spokesperson for the Ministry of Health, said that the little one was born in the Dakhla Oasis in the New Valley Governorate – just before the date of his beginning – and was transferred soon after the third working day to one particular of the personal nurseries just after refusing to breastfeed, and he remained in that private nursery for a number of times.
Abdel Ghaffar explained that the child’s wellness problem worsened tremendously on the tenth day, so he was transferred from the non-public nursery to the nursery of the Dakhla Standard Healthcare facility in the New Valley, on 12 February, the place he gained cure for the dehydration that he endured thanks to his abstinence from breastfeeding.
Immediately after that, the little one experienced epileptic seizures with deterioration in the diploma of consciousness, so the medical center physicians determined to do a CT scan of the brain that confirmed a mind hemorrhage.
He further more extra that, neonatologist Reham Moamen requested an urgent remote analysis session in the specialty of pediatric neurology, and a few university hospitals had been contacted Ain Shams, Assiut, and Aswan University.
The kid was transferred from the Dakhla Common Medical center to Al-Demirdash Clinic for the surgical treatment operation which helped in conserving his lifetime.