In­dus Hospi­tal en­sures treat­ment for snake bite

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL - SAWAN KHASKHELI

BADIN—In­dus Hospi­tal Badin de­ter­mined to im­prove and ex­tend the ser­vices to the down­trod­den peo­ple of Badin district and its ad­journed ar­eas over the day and night. Many ail­ing per-sons who come from the far flung ar­eas of district Badin and oth­ers cities and towns have re­turned with their sat­is­fac­tion along with proper cure and treat­ment by the In­dus Hospi­tal Badin.

While talk­ing with Daily Pak­istan Ob­server, Dr. Mo­ham­mad Has­san Soomro, Incharge, Emer­gency Depart­ment, In­dus Hospi­tal told that on Satur­day, to­tal 08 snake bite cases were com­pletely man­aged and treated by his team while one case has re­ferred to Civil Hospi­tal Hy­der­abad due se­ri­ous con­di­tion af­ter pro­vi­sion of first aid.

Dr. Mo­ham­mad Has­san Soomro, told the Daily Pak­istan Ob­server that his team is tak­ing ef­forts to pro­vide the med­i­cal re­lief and com­plete cure the ail­ing peo­ple.

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