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" Really It's TRAGEDY "
SUFFERING of an HEART
We are appreciate and asking for
help to patient's those have not any chance to treat in country and need
fellowship to treat abroad all of that are supported with medical report from
HEART CENTRE in Sanaa , unfortunately and suddenly senior Director
of Cardiac Centre change the recommendation for unknown reason , forgotten that
may be at any time may be one of his relationships why not? but who can
help any way?
who can explain for this patient
there are many obstacles that's push senior director to do that, are these
can help patient for his case?
so that we are trying to look
for any chance and any possibility to help hem by any one beneficent founder "
Asking all and to whom it concern"
his Excellency and all in the
place where is they found all order makers
King Abdullah bin
Abdulaziz al saud king of Arabia Saudia ,
Sheikh Abdullah bin Zaid Bin
sultan al Nahian
Mohammed bin Rashed al Maktoom
May be they can help and give
this patient a hope to treat and continue his life .
here an article that give some
information and may be help to understanding situation in our country and what
are the patients suffers in addition to their health worseness and illness to.
Tragedy of Health careless-ness
Yes it is the same there is no
way to stop the corruptions every where and any way. why i can not found any
answer or who can do that sorry not enough :
so that it is
A Tragic Situation
The current bad conditions of the medical profession can be traced
back to following factors.
1- The law governing medical practices is not observed by any of the
2- Unqualified persons have opened small clinics where they
administer injections and dress wounds.
3- Many medical assistants, technicians, and nurses disguised as
doctors, deceive many patients.
4- Several foreigners come under many assumed titles, and are
allowed to practice medicine without the slightest checking of their
5- Under the guise of herbal medicine, many charlatans often claim
to be able to cure enumerable ailments. No medical body exists to
control these people.
6- Private hospitals and medical centers are being established
without any governing regulations. Many rich lay persons today now open
private hospitals as an investment, irrespective of any qualification
7- There is a marked lack of supervision and restriction on the
distribution and sale of poisonous or sedative drugs.
8- State-owned hospitals are not up to standard, either.
9- Yemeni doctors are not treated as well as their foreign
counterparts working in Yemen. They suffer from a lot of neglect, and
are very measly paid as compared to the non-Yemeni doctors.
10- Forensic medicine is almost non-existent.
General practitioners often work in public and private hospitals
without the supervision of specialists, especially during night duty.
This negligence, on part of the hospital's management may lead to
unfortunate, and sometimes lethal consequences as had occurred in an
appendicitis patient who was given a tranquilizer to relieve his pain.
This case was discovered just in time, as his inflammation was about to
turn into peritonitis. He was taken to a private hospital to undergo
emergency surgery. Some deaths occur which could have been prevented.
Yemen should follow the example of other countries were new medical
graduates are obliged to spend two years of internship under the
supervision of specialist doctors. Specialist doctors should also be
present in rural health centers to supervise the work of GPs. Richer
inhabitants go to private hospitals in the nearest town. Matters are
sometimes left in the hands of the medical orderly, GPs would also be
absent. Senior doctors should regularly visit rural health centers.
Volunteering for humanitarian causes should also be considered.
Hospital mismanagement is usually due to incompetent doctors
appointed without any criteria. Young and inexperienced doctors often
manage badly run hospitals. State hospitals are established with scant
regard to the availability, or otherwise, of the necessary qualified
The College of Medicine in Sana'a University is probably the only
college in the world where there is no forensic medicine. Worse still,
there are still posts for human and pathological anatomy .
Foreign scholarships for Yemeni medical graduates are very few.
Therefore the country lacks the necessary qualified specialists making
it dependent on foreign doctors.
The special medical committees, which determine the eligibility of
patients to seek medical help abroad are also incompetent. Sick people
wishing to take advantage of the limited free health services allocated
for Yemeni citizens in friendly countries, face many obstacles. An
example of the committee inefficiency is a recent case of considering a
15-year-old heart patient. The work of these committees is riddled with
all sorts of favoritism, resulting in denying many emergency patients
the right to go abroad for their medical treatment.
By: Dr. Ahmed Abdulaziz Nouman
العنوان الفرعي للإعلان
تاريخ اليوم -- هذا هو النص الأساسي
لمزيد من المعلومات اتصل بـ:
مؤسسة منار العلمية للدراسات و البحوث الصحية
ش الستين الغربي، السنينة، الأمانة
البحث العلمي العربي معوقات وتحديات
بروفسور. د. حسين الكاف
بروفسور. د.عبدالله عبدالولي ناشر
الدكتور محمد السعيدي
الدكتورة روزا الأغبري
أ. م. عايدة عبدالعزيز نعمان
د. ناصر قائد سيف
بروفسور صلاح الدين هداش
أ. طارق صلاح أسعد
التشريعات الصحية في اليمن
جهات متعاونة مع المؤسسة
تكوين العضوية في المؤسسة
تدريب و تأهيل
التعليم الطبي في اليمن
استثمار التعليم الصحي في اليمن
نقابة أطباء الأسنان اليمنيين
نقابة الأطباء والصيادلة اليمنيين
منظمات غير حكومية
واجبات وحقوق الطبيب
واجبات وحقوق الموظف
حوادث السير وأطفال المدارس
الإصدارات الصحية في اليمن
التأهيل وتنمية الكفأت
الخدمات الصحية والبحث العلمي
استثمار الكفاءات البشرية
استنزاف القدرات وهجرة الكفاءات