Neuroethicss

Brief

  • Medicine was established brain and nerves Department as a unit, and units of general internal medicine at the beginning of the establishment of the Faculty of Medicine Mansoura, was the head section D / Zaki barley (Professor of Internal Medicine) disease.
     

Definition of the department and the most important activities:
 
Section provides medical service in the field of Neuroscience broad cross-section of the Delta governorates in particular (Dakahlia - West - East - Damietta - Port Said - Kafr El-Sheikh) and all the provinces in general.
And it is one of the largest and oldest sections of the brain and nerves at the level of the Republic, where It dates back to 1966.
The Department of Neurology of the largest sections Hospital Mansoura University and the oldest since the (inner section capacity nerves (a) 43-bed addition to the Department of nerves (b) and capacity (39 beds) and the unity of stroke Emergency Hospital (10 beds +8 captivating intensive care) .
Bed occupancy rates exceed 600% proportion of the department's highest proportion University Hospital, according to a review of the number of admissions of outpatient department and emergency cases transferred from the hospital over the course of bygone.
Section includes a unit study of the physiology of the nervous system, one of the largest service units all over the country where the study of the brain power and the degree of activity using drawing ordinary digital brain device and also the study of muscle and nerve terminals using drawing muscle device and nerve conduction velocity in addition to measuring the nervous effort of various kinds (optical Auditory sensory) in addition to measuring voltage motor nerve fibers using magnetic alarm clock for your cerebral cortex service.
The section also includes a unit stroke, a unit updated in 1997 and designed to receive and treat critical cases of stroke patients has been the opening of this unity in the 1 \ 1 \ 1997, and is one of the largest Alojdat service for stroke patients at the level of the Arab Republic of Egypt and occupy the unit half role Alawi Al Batinah third building for University Hospital.
The Neurology Department of the leading sections of the lead in the use of modern therapeutic methods such as the use of solvents stroke cerebral as they happen and the use of Alameonocalobainat Vyalaj and washing plasma Gilan Barre syndrome in cases of muscular diseases; as the department trained doctors from other universities on how to take muscle samples.
Section is also involved in providing medical treatment service for cases of critical nerves emergency hospital to receive patients; it also offers full service research (laboratory - X-rays - Drawing the brain and examine the arteries of the brain ultrasound "Doppler" transcranial).
This is in addition to the outpatient department activity where there is a private neurologic clinic on Saturday, Wednesday and epilepsy clinic on Monday, it has been rumored to private clinics during the year 2003/2004 (13 318) patients were entering (5554) patients internal department.
In the field of scientific research is the training of graduate students and do training for them courses and participate in conferences and seminars at home and abroad to prosecute scientific development in this area; The Section also a lot of research value for early diagnosis and ways of modern treatment of various neurological diseases got some valuable prizes.
Due to the special nature of the patient's brain, nerves, cases of stroke and paraplegia, it needs to be a private and a high level of efficiency and accuracy of medical care ensure the continuity of the high level of medical efficiency and service that her famous Neurosurgery Medicine Mansoura.

 


 

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