Bahrain hospital gets new kidney unit:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Bahrain's Sulmaniya medical complex is to receive a kidney transplant unit capable of treating up to 240 patients simultaneously. To be built at a cost of BD620,000 ($1.64m), the unit will contain 30 beds for dialysis patients and four intensive care units. There will also be a ward of 21 beds to cater for emergency cases. The new facility will double the amount of beds currently offered to kidney patients in Bahrain.
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