Episcopal/Anglican Hospital, Sadat: The success of the first assisted fixation operation for an emergency patient.
Harpur Hospital in Sadat, affiliated to the Episcopal/Anglican Church, announced today, Thursday, that the Emergency Department of Orthopedic Surgery has successfully performed an operation to fix the right arm of a patient after the upgrade of the new C-arm device specialized in this type of operation.
On his behalf, Dr. Hany Abadir, the director of the hospital, said in a statement issued by the Church today, that the new device that the hospital started working with will make a quantum leap in the conduct of orthopedic surgeries, stabilization, vertebrae operations, and urinary tracts, as it is used in vascular surgeries.
While the hospital continues to receive suspected cases of Covid 19 virus known as Corona with the start of the second wave of the pandemic by measuring the temperature of each patient and asking him about the symptoms before entering the hospital gate, where the suspected cases are transferred to a different entry gate to limit the spread of infection among the rest of the patients and it begins After that, complete the checks to confirm or deny the suspicion.
It is worth noting that the hospital was initially opened as a medical center consisting of a number of clinics in 1996, and then the hospital was opened at the end of 2011, as the hospital consists of several departments, which are the outpatient department and includes 16 specialties: internal medicine, children, surgery, orthopedics, gynecology, Nose and ear, conjunctivitis, skin, teeth, heart, urinary tract, psychological and nervous system, digestive system and liver, brain and nerves, physiotherapy, blood vessels, in addition to the emergency department, which works 24 hours in parallel with the laboratory services, radiology, and operations, as well as the internal section consisting of 6 Rooms with a capacity of 15 beds.