Qatar Charity (QC) held a week-long medical camp in Bangladesh to provide essential treatment for nearly 90 children suffering from congenital heart diseases.
Doctors at the medical camp, which started on August 13 and will continue till August 21, conduct the device closure procedure for the children suffering from congenital heart diseases.
The medical staff, upon the arrival, began conducting multiple examinations to assess the cases that require operations. Coordination was made with the National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases in Bangladesh to prepare a list of 100 - 150 patients with various types of malformations.
This is the second medical camp of its kind being held in Bangladesh. Some 31 children received medical care required for their congenital heart diseases at the first medical camp.
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