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Beira Central Hospital is now in possession of equipment for haemodialysis, a treatment which removes toxic substances from the blood when the kidneys malfunction.
The acquisition is a breakthrough for the area, given that patients currently have to be transferred to Maputo for treatment.
The hospital is now only awaiting the arrival of a specialist to strengthen the team and enable it to deal with kidney malfunction locally.Source: O País
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