World Health Organization specifies Lebanon medical technology needs:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The World Health Organization has published Lebanon's most urgent medical supply needs, in a bid to ensure maximum distribution efficiency. At August 4, the device-specific needs were for: haemodialysis filters and tubing; endotracheal tubes; suction catheters; intra-abdominal drains "(hemovac, JB)"; suture supplies; empty blood bags; gauzes and bandages; fracture splints (metal or plastic); mechanical staplers. The WHO is planning to update the needs list (at www.emro.who.int/eha/lebanon-supplies.htm) regularly.
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