National Center For Maternal And Child Health To Offer Kidney Transplant Surgeries

The National Center of Maternity and Childhood Care in Kyrgyzstan is set to perform kidney transplant surgeries, according to Minister of Health Alymkadyr Beishenaliev. On February 12, the minister visited patients who are scheduled to undergo the procedure at the end of the week. The surgery will be carried out on a 34-year-old patient suffering from chronic kidney disease, with the patient’s 32-year-old brother serving as the donor. The patients’ condition is currently stable, and they are being closely monitored by doctors from the transplantology department in preparation for the surgery.

This development highlights the growing importance of organ transplant surgeries in the country. Chronic kidney disease is a prevalent issue, and the ability to perform kidney transplants domestically is a significant step forward for Kyrgyzstan’s healthcare system. The successful completion of these surgeries could pave the way for further advancements in organ transplantation within the country. The transplant team will be closely observed as the procedures progress, as the outcomes could have far-reaching implications for patients in need of similar procedures in the future.

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