Saudi Medical Staff Saves Indonesian, Bangladeshi Pilgrims’ Lives

Madinah Cardiac Center has conducted a successful open-heart surgery to an Indonesian Hajj pilgrim, reported Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

The medical team at the center has saved the life of the Indonesian pilgrim (in his 60s) who arrived at the center’s emergency department after suffering a severe chest pain.

Doctors examined the patient, conducted several medical tests and immediately decided to perform a diagnostic catheterization which revealed a severe blockage in all three coronary arteries.

After a successful operation, the center transferred the pilgrim to the intensive care unit to resume his treatment plan.

Upon the completion of follow-up and rehabilitation, the pilgrim was discharged from the center in good health to continue his Hajj rituals.

Furthermore, King Abdullah Medical City in Makkah has saved the life of an elderly Bangladeshi Hajj pilgrim who suffered a severe heart attack before an immediate transfer to the center.

Makkah Health Cluster announced that the Bangladeshi pilgrim had a severe chest pain and the medical team conducted a cardiac catheterization and installed a stent within 45 minutes.

The patient’s health has improved, and the doctors are following up to ensure full recovery, reported Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

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