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Highly qualified doctors - forum participants conduct surgeries, treatment and examination

Nakhchivan, June 20, AZERTAC

Highly qualified doctors, who are taking part in the First International Medical Forum in the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, have conducted surgeries, treatment and examination in a number of healthcare facilities in Nakhchivan.

The rector of Baku branch of the First Moscow State Medical University named after I.M.Sechenov, Aziz Aliyev, and his team of highly qualified doctors performed surgeries on three patients suffering from thyroid diseases, conducted examination and treatment of 15 out-patients and gave relevant medical advice and recommendations to them at the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic Hospital.

Specialist doctors and gynecologists from the Azerbaijan Medical University at the Maternity Center of the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, and doctors from the Black Sea Technical University and the Baku-based West Hospital at the Center of Diagnosis and Treatment provided consultations to patients, made their examination and prescribed treatments.

The participants of the forum visited the Duzdagh Physiotherapy Center, which is one of the most important healthcare and tourism facilities of the autonomous republic, where they were informed that the center started operating as a hospital on the basis of the Nakhchivan salt production mine in 1979. After the restoration of independence, complex construction work was conducted at the center and the underground department was enlarged and supplied with modern equipment and devices. High level services were created at the center, which lies 300 meters beneath the mountain. Patients with bronchial asthma from different regions of Azerbaijan, as well as many places abroad, come to the center to receive treatment.

 

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