The official spokesman for the Ministry of Health, Hosam Abdel Kafar, spoke about the details of the “Maintaining Maternal and Fetal Health” initiative, which covers 4,000 medical teams and was launched in March 2020. Sustainable initiative Its purpose is to diagnose diseases that can affect women and transmit them to the fetus and to treat it including the B virus, acquired immunodeficiency virus and other diseases.
Also, Husam Abdel Kafr, during a telephone interview on Saturday’s “Sabah Al-Ward” program on the TEN channel, said that if the mother is suffering from these diseases, she is being treated and worked on. This is done to reduce the infection and death rates while working to cure her and at the same time prevent the spread of the disease to the fetus.
“Abdul Kafr” explained that through the health departments, the pregnant woman undergoes a medical examination, tests and laboratory tests are carried out, and if any disease is found, she is transferred to the hospital for treatment.
A spokeswoman for the Ministry of Health pointed out that if a woman was infected with the B virus or acquired immunodeficiency virus, she would be transferred to 90 centers across the Republic. If women at this stage have high blood sugar or risk factors for pregnancy, she is recommended to 303 hospitals affiliated with the Ministry of Health or 115 hospitals affiliated with higher education and scientific research.
42 days after the woman’s birth, Dr. Hosam Abdel Kafar, the official spokesman for the Ministry of Health, confirmed that he was following up to check her health from all sides.
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