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Yemeni patient delivers quadruplets at Procare Riaya Hospital to confirm the availability of advanced medical care
10/19/2009
Recently in the Procare Riaya Hospital, four babies were born by caesarean operation and received care for two months
 
Yemeni patient delivers quadruplets at Procare Riaya

Hospital to confirm the availability of advanced medical care
Recently in the Procare Riaya Hospital, four babies were born by caesarean operation and received care for two months where the mother and the babies had a total care for more than 24 hours using the latest advanced equipment.
       
Dr. Abdel Aziz, Executive Director of the hospital, said that this is a major achievement that shows the importance of specialization in Procare Riaya Hospital, that both reflects service excellence in the obstetrics and gynaecology fields and the ultimate care for neonates. Dr Abdel Aziz added that these cases have received a recorded high level of care based on medical standards. Medical teams were supervised by distinct medical individuals such as Dr. Turky Kassem, a gynecological and obstetrics consultant from the British Columbia University in Canada as well as Dr Mohammed Khaled, a consultant of neonatal medicine from Paris the University in France.

The preparation Simulation

Dr. Turky Al Kassem describes the efforts of Procare Riaya Hospital staff as they take responsibility for the care of a mother with four babies, which requires dedicated attention. As a result, the hospital has conducted three simulation cases for emergency births at different times to measure how prepared the medical nursing team is in such situations. This ensures that all areas of uncertainty are completely covered and the staff are fully- educated so as to avoid and minimize mistakes in actual situations. Medical supervision has also been tested in order for mothers and babies to receive a round-the-clock care and monitoring. Medical complications are also anticipated and monitored from the early stages such as gestational diabetes, the toxaemia of pregnancy and control of infection at the moment of birth. Premature births are also prevented through proper supervision.

Ultrasound

In these recent cases we conducted sonar investigations with highly developed machinery that scans the baby’s entire body and its development which includes the size of the brain, the functioning of the heart and all parts of the neonates’ body. Dr Khaled, who is currently supervising the neonate team, said that the birth of the babies happened in the 34th week of pregnancy which means that they have to be supervised more than usual. The hospital equipment has alleviated the attendants in providing the best care for the patients. The neonates were placed in the Intensive Care Unit and were subjected to a series of careful examinations using the hospital’s monitoring equipment for body’s responses that ensure the integrity of the brain, the heart and the digestive system.

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