Riyadh Doctors Remotely Save Jordanian Pilgrim In Madinah!

Rama Maad
Riyadh Doctors Remotely Save Jordanian Pilgrim In Madinah!

A 72-year-old Jordanian pilgrim in Madinah has survived a stroke thanks to the quick actions of doctors working remotely from Riyadh!

Riyadh Doctors Remotely Save Jordanian Pilgrim In Madinah!

The Saudi Press Agency reported on Wednesday that the medical team, specializing in telestroke medicine and affiliated with the Seha Virtual Hospital, played a crucial role in saving the pilgrim’s life.

A partnership between the Madinah General Hospital and the Seha Virtual Hospital in Riyadh

Riyadh Doctors Remotely Save Jordanian Pilgrim In Madinah!

The pilgrim, who has a history of chronic illness, was initially treated at the Madinah General Hospital. When the stroke occurred, a coordinated effort was launched involving doctors from the Ministry of Health, the Seha Virtual Hospital, and the Madinah General Hospital. Utilizing advanced telestroke technology, the team was able to identify a brain clot and promptly perform a cerebral catheterization procedure.

The remote team’s expertise in telestroke medicine saved the pilgrim’s life!

Riyadh Doctors Remotely Save Jordanian Pilgrim In Madinah!

This innovative approach to emergency medical care highlights the capabilities of the Seha Virtual Hospital in Riyadh. The remote team’s expertise and swift action not only ensured the pilgrim received immediate care but also underscored the potential of virtual hospitals to revolutionize medical responses during critical moments.

The pilgrim is currently recovering, thanks to the seamless collaboration between the medical teams.

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