LifeCare Hospital: An emergency clinic in Bungoma County has gotten the first to play out a fruitful mind tumor medical procedure in Western Kenya.
The sensitive activity at LifeCare Hospital was performed on Friday on a 25-year-elderly person who had grumbled of an extreme cerebral pains for more than two months.
As indicated by head intensivist Dr Arun Kumar, the patient, who works in Mombasa, was alluded to LifeCare Hospital where a doctor exhorted him to go for a MRI.
“From the MRI, the patient was found to have a vascular tumour,’ said Dr Kumar in an interview with the Nation.
“This kind of tumour can rapture at any time with high blood pressure and usually has high mortality.”
The patient, who is an inn laborer, was blessed and offered his thanks that the tumor was distinguished before breaking.
Dr Kumar expressed that the activity was finished by an exceptionally experienced neuro-specialist, Dr Abdul Wahid Kasmani.
Brimming with life
At the point when the Nation visited the patient at the emergency clinic’s ICU ward, he was loaded with life and could figure out how to talk easily.
‘It was around July when I began encountering serious cerebral pain. I went to a few medical clinics at the Coast yet the circumstance was deteriorating. It was right now that I was alluded to this LifeCare where I was determined to have the tumor,” described Mr Geoffrey Agukwa who hails from Nyamasaria in Kisumu County.
Dr Kevin Rombosia, the chief clinic activities at LifeCare said that they are devoted to offering the best clinical administrations to occupants of western Kenya.
“The tenets of universal health coverage in Kenya are centred on availability of accessible, affordable and high quality healthcare services for all citizens,” he said.
“We will continue working hard to [provide] such highly specialised and high quality healthcare services to the people of western Kenya as we ensure affordability.”