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He was admitted to a common four-bed operating room instead of the Transplant Clinic of the General Hospital Nicosia

The investigation of the case of a liver transplant patient, who was not hospitalized at the Transplant Clinic of the Nicosia General Hospital but was admitted to a common four-bed operating room, is requested by the Pancypriot Alliance of Rare Diseases from OKyPy.

In its statement, the Alliance refers to the failure of OKYPY to comply with agreements, which were made before the Parliamentary Health Committee and which were confirmed by the Minister of Health himself, that in the event that transplant patients need to be hospitalized, they should be admitted to the existing Transplant Clinic of the Nicosia General Hospital.

Regarding an incident that occurred last Saturday when a liver transplant patient had to be admitted for hospitalization at the Nicosia General Hospital.

“Based on all the commitments they have given that we expected the patient to be admitted to the Transplantation Clinic, but the OKYPY worked, once again, in a different way and the patient was admitted to a common four-bed operating room with all the risks this entails for his exposure to various risks of infection”, the statement of the Alliance states .

Finally, he says, after various negotiations were made, promises were made that the patient would be transferred to the Transplantation Clinic on Wednesday and after 4 days of hospitalization in a common operating room.

The The Alliance requests an investigation into the incident in question and expects the leaders of OKYPY to explain to it who made this decision and why the agreed procedure was not followed.

Source: politis.com.cy

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