The Emergency Department at the Kafeel Specialized Hospital affiliated to the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine declared its success and ability to treat many urgent and critical cases, which are in need of first aid and immediate surgical interventions, thanks to the specialized medical and therapeutic staff in addition to advanced devices.
Dr. Fahim Al-Jabouri, an emergency and accident medicine specialist at the hospital, said: “The emergency department in our hospital is one of the distinguished departments at the level of hospitals in Karbala and the rest of the governorates. It works over a period of (24) hours to receive all emergency surgical conditions, including internal and nervous diseases, and has a medical and nursing staff specialized in emergency medicine, rescuing the wounded and emergency medical cases, and calling the surgeons quickly to interfere in their treatment when needed.
Al-Jabouri added: "The emergency department is equipped with the latest equipment and techniques necessary to stimulate the pulmonary heart, first aid devices, and electric shock, in addition to surgical interventions techniques such as intravenous catheter, chest and stomach tube. These techniques have helped a lot in saving many of the patients and injured who we received, especially those injured in traffic accidents and those who were injured during the movement of the recent demonstrations. "
As for the emergency medicine and accident specialist in the hospital, Dr. Alaa Al-Janabi, he added: “The emergency department has an important role in receiving hundreds of patients, and that most of the cases received by the emergency department are in the late hours of the night, and are either due to traffic accidents, heart disease cases, kidney failure, fractures, or various injuries. "
Indicating: "The emergency department performs first aid and performs life-saving surgical interventions, such as placing an airway tube (tracheal tube), as well as placing the chest tube, central catheter, and air-compressing operations on the lungs in the chest with a needle to save patients."