The Saudi medical staff in Makkah successfully performed emergency surgery to save a Pakistani woman who was experiencing a brain hemorrhage.
According to Saudi Gazette, a medical team from the King Abdulaziz Hospital’s Neurosurgery Department, a part of the Makkah Health Cluster, performed a crucial operation to save a 65-year-old pilgrim.
The woman was released from the hospital once she had fully recovered following the operation, the ministry added.
When the pilgrim was taken to the hospital’s emergency room, she was unresponsive and having trouble breathing. She underwent the necessary physical exams and ultrasound tests, and it was determined that she had a significant cerebral hemorrhage.
To halt the bleeding, the patient’s skull was opened during the procedure. She was subsequently transferred to the neurosurgery department and eventually the intensive care unit (ICU) until she had fully recovered.