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Physicians of the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry working in the earthquake-hit area of Pakistan have given care to almost 1,500 people
“Over the time its work from October 13, the air hospital deployed in the capital of Pakistan’s Kashmir, Muzaffarabad, has admitted 1,488 people. Over the past 24 hours alone, 246 affected by the earthquake, including 91 children, contacted the Russian doctors,” the press service of the Emergency Situations Ministry said. The medics also carry out surgical operations in the hospital. Thus 60 operations with general anaesthesia have been conducted over the week. Transport links in Muzaffarabad have not been re-established as yet. “The Russian physicians have to evacuate by helicopter the most severely affected people to Islamabad, as not a single hospital is working in Muzaffarabad,” the ministry’s press service said. The Russian doctors have ferried 55 injured people to the Pakistani capital, escorting them during flights and giving medical care. Russia also has delivered 60 tonnes of the humanitarian aid to Pakistan in the form of tents, blankets, food, mobile electric stations and medical equipment for children’s doctors.
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