Al Jalila The Children's Specialty Hospital, the first and only pediatric hospital in the United Arab Emirates and the Mohammed bin Rashid University for Medicine and Health Sciences, announced the success of the first pediatric kidney transplant in Dubai for a 9-year-old girl.
As such, the girl becomes "Nizar Hassan" in Sudan, the first child to receive a kidney transplant in Dubai.
The operation was led by the Jalila Children's Hospital for Children by a joint medical team at the hospital and the Mohammed bin Rashid University for Medicine and Health Sciences. The team was led by Dr. David Hickey, a distinguished kidney transplant surgeon and former director of the National College and the Pancreas Program in Ireland, Janahi, assistant professor at the University of Medicine and Health Sciences, Mohammed bin Rashid.
The operation was part of a model co-operation between nine governmental and private bodies that worked together in parallel to ensure smooth and rapid transplantation of the child's face. The deceased donor was resident in Abu Dhabi. . Dubai Health Authority, Ministry of Health and Community Protection, National Organ Transplant Commission, Al Jalila Foundation, Abu Dhabi Police, Abu Dhabi Health Service Company (SEHA), Cleveland Clinic in Abu Dhabi and Sheikh Khalifa Medical City.
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Since childbirth, the baby has suffered a total dislocation of the left kidney and atrophy of the right kidney size, a condition affecting one in 1000 children worldwide. She spent her childhood taking medications and various treatments until she eventually decided she needed kidney or transplant college to keep her life, the surgery was done after the kidney college of the deceased donor.
The operation was led by Dr. David Hickey, who performed more than 2,000 organ transplants during his career, trained many surgeons around the world for these surgeries and provided over 130 scientific papers in a series of international medical publications.
"We have witnessed an exceptional moment in the history of the children's health system in Dubai, and Al Jalila Children's Hospital is proud to have contributed to this historic event." We hope that this successful operation will be the beginning of a series of similar operations, which will undoubtedly contribute to strengthening Dubai status as a regional regional destination of pediatric excellence, which will also help support and achieve the Health Strategy In Dubai 2021 and Vision 2021 in Healthcare. "
"While celebrating the arrival of this important post in Dubai's pediatric history, we must not lose sight of the role of the deceased donor and his family because we thank the donors for giving the girl a new opportunity to live."
"We are proud of the efforts of the joint team at Mohammed Bin Rashid University for Medicine and Health Sciences, Al Jalila Hospital for Children, a medical partner," said Dr. Amer Ahmed Sharif, director of Mohammed Bin Rashid University for Medicine and Sciences health. What has contributed to achieving this achievement in the field of healthcare in the UAE is proof of the great efforts made by the University in its transplant program launched in 2016. We would not have succeeded without the cooperation of many individuals and institutions in the country headed by the Ministry of Health and Protection Society " .
"What has been achieved is the result of the Dubai Healthcare City leadership vision that has given us the opportunity to work on improving local and regional health, a translation of national efforts to improve healthcare services in the UAE. based on scientific evidence and culture to deliver and achieve excellence in medical education, health and scientific research, and thank all those who have contributed to the success of this process. "
"I give you the smile of my child"
Nizar Hassan and his wife, the father of the girl, did not leave the scene After 9 years of constant suffering with illness, medication and treatments, their daughter had the chance to live as healthy and happy as any other child in her life. "There are not enough words to express our happiness, a new life for us all."
"I am amazed to see all these teams and these agencies and institutions that work together very quickly to save my life. This unique collaboration is a feature of Dubai and you have not seen it in any other city. I do not think the word of "My child's smile" as "after surgery is the most precious thing I have ever seen in my life and I would like to give it to the generous donor's family on whom we call for mercy, and all who have contributed to the smile of my daughter's face. "
Children's Specialized Hospital Al Jalila is a unique medical hospital in the region. Within two years of opening, the hospital has achieved significant achievements in a short time and has more than 28 clinics offering the best quality and best medical care for children. Future doctors in collaboration with Mohammed Bash Rashid University for Medicine and Health Sciences, as well as leading research in pediatric medicine. The hospital advances with its vision of becoming a pediatric center of leadership in the region and the world.
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