Saudi Gazette report
MAKKAH — A medical workforce from Ajyad Emergency Hospital close to the Grand Mosque in Makkah was in a position to save the lifetime of a 37-year-old Bangladeshi pilgrim, after his coronary heart stopped whereas performing the Umrah rituals. The pilgrim was transported by ambulance groups to Ajyad Hospital.
Instantly after taking the pilgrim to the hospital, the medical workforce made a speedy intervention and began CPR by the shock machine till the heartbeat returned to the traditional state. The pilgrim was then transferred to King Abdullah Medical Metropolis to obtain the required specialised medical care and remedy.
It’s noteworthy that Ajyad Hospital was in a position to present medical providers for 596 intensive care admission instances through the first half of 2023.