Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP), British charity, launched last week neonatal infections conference in Gaza.
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The conference included papers prepared by British doctors about the management and prevention of neonatal infections in the besieged enclave.
Dr Robert Spencer, a British consultant in clinical and environmental microbiology, said earlier that MAP is seeking to boost the overall quality of patient care in terms of infection prevention and sterilisation, as well as bridging the gap of implementing the competent protocol.
Moreover, Dr Ezeddin Gouta, another British Pediatrician, participated in the conference and presented his paper entitled Neonatal Infections-Epidemiology, Immunity and Diagnostic Challenges.
In his paper, Dr Gouta highlighted the devastating impact of untreated sores.
“So far, the implementation of infection control guidelines is the fundamental tip to eliminate inflammation; otherwise, infections remain a major cause of morbidity and mortality”, he stressed.
Dr Yosef abul-Reesh, deputy minister of health, hailed MAP’s vital role as it put neonatal issues at the forefront of its agenda, underscoring the continuous cooperation and coordination between the two parties over many years.
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It is worth mentioning that healthcare is one of the sectors, which are negatively affected by the 10-year-old strict Israeli siege on the Gaza Strip.
Reported by Riham Shehada