Al-Kafeel Specialist Hospital in Karbala praised the Iraqi medical expertise, especially in treating ear, nose and throat diseases, calling on doctors to conduct advanced operations using its modern equipment.
This statement was on the sidelines of the conference of the Iraqi Society of Ear, Nose and Throat Doctors, which was held in Baghdad Governorate, with the aim of discussing and circulating the latest and most recent techniques and scientific developments in this specialty worldwide, with the participation of a number of Iraqi and foreign specialist doctors.
The Director of Al-Kafeel Specialist Hospital, Dr. Jassim Al-Ibrahimi, stated: "Our hospital participated in the conference of the Iraqi Society of Otolaryngologists, which was held in Baghdad recently, with the aim of discussing and circulating the highest techniques and developments in this specialty," noting that "the conference witnessed the exchange of experiences among the participants and the possibility of performing advanced and qualitative operations in Iraq giving the possibility to the Iraqi citizen to perform this kind of surgeries without traveling to other countries."
Al-Ibrahimi stressed: "Iraq has many qualified doctors, and we are keen to unify efforts and invest the country's hospitals, especially Al-Kafeel Specialist Hospital, to achieve high-level medical successes. And it is likely that the next session of this scientific conference will be held in Karbala, under the auspices of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine."
For his part, the consultant ear, nose and throat surgery at the hospital, Dr. Nadhem Omran: “This conference is of very great importance, and a number of Iraqi and foreign specialist doctors participated in it, both in presence and electronically."
Dr. Omran continued: "Our participation in the conference included a scientific presentation on our success in changing the male and female voice, which we performed at Al-Kafeel Specialist Hospital, as well as our participation in the exhibition held on the sidelines of the conference, in which we showed the hospital's modern technologies and devices, indicating that "The ear, nose and throat surgeons were invited to benefit from these equipment of the hospital to perform advanced operations, especially cochlear implants."