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Father Muller Medical College Hospital adds two new dialysis machines

Published On : 12 Oct 2018   |  Reported By : canaranews network


Mangaluru: Father Muller Medical College Hospital has extended its services to the general public by adding two new dialysis machines in order to meet the significant growth in the number of people who require hemodialysis in the region.

The dialysis unit which is a part of Nephrology Department provides high quality dialysis to patients suffering from kidney failure. The unit has state of art dialysis machine and equipment catering to patient care. With almost 1800 dialysis done per month, the unit is one of the busiest and largest units in Karnataka.

Dr Manjunath J, professor and head of department and Dr Amit D’ Souza, nephrology department inaugurated the dialysis machine by cutting the ribbon. Fr Richard Aloysius Coelho, director of Father Muller Charitable Institutions blessed and prayed over the equipment, the doctors, nurses and patients who will be dealing with the machines.

Fr Ajit B. Menezes, administrator, Father Muller Medical College, Sr Janet, chief nursing officer, Dr Uday Kumar, medical superintendent, Mary Lassrado, nursing superintendent, other doctors and nurses were present on the occasion.







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