Provide Urgent Medical Attention To Syrians

by SEMA INSANI VE TIBBI YARDIM DERNEGI
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Provide Urgent Medical Attention To Syrians
Provide Urgent Medical Attention To Syrians
Provide Urgent Medical Attention To Syrians
Provide Urgent Medical Attention To Syrians
Provide Urgent Medical Attention To Syrians
Provide Urgent Medical Attention To Syrians
Provide Urgent Medical Attention To Syrians
Provide Urgent Medical Attention To Syrians
Provide Urgent Medical Attention To Syrians
Provide Urgent Medical Attention To Syrians
Provide Urgent Medical Attention To Syrians

Your continued support for surgical operations empowers us to provide the most advanced surgical procedures like the case of the patient A.H., a 23-year-old woman suffering from colonic inertia.

Since the patient is young and in fertility age, traditional surgery of removing the colon was replaced with Colonoscopy and ileorectostomy, and thus opening the abdomen was avoided. This was the first time of conducting such a specialized and advanced surgery in north of Syria.

Thanks to everyone who is supporting advanced medical procedures and contributing to offering modern surgeries with the least pains and shortest recovery period. Let's continue this unique humanitarian work!

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Saving newborn lives is the essence of the work of our reproductive health hospitals, so we are keen to provide high-quality healthcare through improving the medium and intensive care units to make them in line with the most updated health and medical standards.

The recent step in this regard was improving the pediatric care department in Idleb Surgical Specialized Hospital in Northern Syria, which enabled the hospital to provide highest quality of medium and intensive care.

All this would not have happened without the generous donations of our supporters. Words cannot express our profuse gratitude to them. 

Your constant support is the key to our success in saving the little souls.

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K.M., a 27-year-old young woman, could have become infertile forever due to a potential procedure for removing her womb. She could have had to undergo this procedure during her labour that was caused by a condition in which the placenta is deeply grown into the womb. However, the health staff of Ariha hospital spent every effort to rescue her along with her baby. They also worked to maintain her fertility though she had five previous C-sections.

All tests were conducted for the mother along with blood transfer, then she underwent an emergency Caesarean surgery, and eventually she was discharged with her baby girl with good health condition.

This is one of the painful stories which we help our women patients to overcome every day in the reproductive health hospitals, thanks to your continued support. Each month, there are 1500 mothers, 1500 newborns and hundreds of pregnant women who access healthcare in our hospitals.

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Thousands of patients recover every day after obtaining the necessary medicine provided through your support to the medicine campaign. With your generosity, we reached 24,645 patients during last June, and we could dispense their prescriptions free of charge, thanks to your continued support for the displaced families.

For many families that receive health examination services, they have to choose between securing their food needs and medicine, and often they consider the later as an unaffordable luxury; however, your support has facilitated their access to medicine, and secured large quantities of pharmaceuticals and medical supplies for them.

Our campaign continues to supply our health centers and hospitals with medicine to provide it for those in need.

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The girl Shahd does not look like an 11-year-old child as she clearly suffers from stunting and growth impairment.

The child has been suffering from malabsorption since she was 10 months old, and this has led to a severe delayed growth. She needs hormone injections at a rate of three subcutaneous Injections per week and for one month according to the medical report.

Her family cannot afford to pay the expenses of the injections since it costs $450 to purchase a one-month course of 12 injections. The family lives in extremely difficult conditions as the father is unemployed and he cannot meet the needs of his family that includes 8 children and their mother.

Everyday is an opportunity to grow, so your support is very important fot the treatment of Shahd.

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SEMA INSANI VE TIBBI YARDIM DERNEGI

Location: Gaziantep - Turkey
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Baraa AlSharbaji
Gaziantep, Turkey
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