Lack of anesthetics and shutting down the operation rooms in Iran

Posted on: 17th March, 2013
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Mohammad Mehdi Qiamat

HRANA News Agency – The head of anesthesia and urgent cares of Iran warned seriously about lack of anesthetic in Iran and said “because of lack of anesthetic for operation rooms some of private and governmental hospitals in Tehran are in danger of shutting down.”
according to Mehr news report, Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Qiamat claimed that “the latest follow ups showing that most of hospitals and medical centers are in danger of lack of anesthetics in Iran.”

“With all of our warnings in the past but the officials did negligence around this issue. while this is clear that in Nowrooz holidays only urgent case would be able to enter operation rooms and the others will be in uncertain situation”, One of board members of medical council of Tehran added.

The head of anesthesia and urgent cares of Iran repeated that the operation rooms could not be closed because of lack of anesthetics and said “the old versions of anesthetics which have not used before, now came back to the circle of anesthetics which could be an alarm on patients health.

“We warned the officials many time about the issue of lacking of anesthetics in hospitals and medical centers but the officials are still slept and for sure the patients will pay for the negligence”, The member of board members of medical council of Tehran said.

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