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    Issue#19 Redsea Hospital Wins the Best Hospital of the year 2022

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    Redsea Hospital Wins the Best Hospital of the year 2022

    Redsea Hospital, Two Time Award winning Hospital of the year 2021 and 2022

    Your health is our number one priority. All those who entrust us with their care receive exceptional care as we prevent illness, restore health, and offer solace. Redsea will continue to invest in healthcare facilities.

    Our specialists in the various departments are able to provide their patients with cutting-edge and life-saving treatments—many of which are firsts in Somalia—because the hospital is equipped with the most recent available technology and a comprehensive array of capabilities.

    Prioritizing patient care Same-day appointments, convenient office locations, and on-site lab tests without an appointment

    Universal Access Book appointments, receive 24/7 care via phone, app, or online, and communicate with your doctor directly via email.

    respect for service 95% of appointments begin on time or early, and we participate with the majority of PPO and HMO networks.

    Our Offerings


    Redsea Hospitals provides the most comprehensive cardiac service of any private or public hospital in Somalia.

    From diagnostics and minimally invasive procedures to complex open-heart surgery and everything in between, we provide it all. We provide cardiac care for both children and adults. Our Rapid Access Cardiology Clinic (RACC) provides urgent appointments to patients with heart concerns. Patients can book an appointment for a heart check through a referral from their primary care physician or by self-referral.

    Our Congenital Heart Clinic provides continued care for patients with congenital heart conditions who require continued access to care after leaving the pediatric setting.

    Our team of consultant cardiologists, cardiothoracic surgeons, cardiac physiologists, and technicians collaborate to provide you with unmatched care in a contemporary and technologically advanced environment.
    Our available technologies include PCI or angiography, echocardiography, ECG, stress test ECG, and holter ECG; open-heart surgery is currently in development.

    Surgery of the Vascular Periphery
    A minimally invasive procedure to widen slender veins Multiple venous disorders, such as deep vein thrombosis, chronic venous insufficiency, and May-Thurner syndrome, can cause the veins in the legs, chest, and abdomen to constrict or become blocked. Your physician may recommend the placement of a stent, a wire-mesh tube, to widen the vein and increase blood flow.

    Our vein program physicians are experts at treating venous disorders with minimally invasive techniques. They will work with you to come up with a treatment plan for your specific condition that will ease your symptoms and make complications less likely.
    Our surgeons are helped by people with specialized training like physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, surgical technicians, anesthesiologists, and other support staff. High-quality diagnostic and surgical tools and technology make sure that patients get the best possible care in a safe environment and get the best possible results.
    General procedures.
    General surgery focuses on the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon, liver, pancreas, gallbladder, bile ducts, hemorrhoids, anal fissures, cancer surgery, skin grafts, and frequently the thyroid gland. General surgeons also deal with skin, breast, and soft tissue diseases.


    If your general practitioner has referred you to a Consultant in General Internal

    In medicine, the diagnostic procedures performed will depend on the reason for your referral. In our radiology department, patients can undergo diagnostic examinations. This department has the most cutting-edge technology in all of Ireland. Blood samples, swabs, and biopsies will be sent to our state-of-the-art laboratory for analysis.
    Our endoscopy department will perform any diagnostic endoscopies required.

    Emergency Department. The ED at Redsea Hospital is led by consultants. Our team of specialists is available to provide immediate access to medical evaluation and treatment. Our Emergency Medicine Consultants and their staff treat a variety of conditions and injuries, including sprains, fractures, cardiac complaints, and acute medical and surgical emergencies.

    Our full-service hospital is supported by over 5 consultants and 30 healthcare professionals.

    OBS & Gynecology

    We provide comprehensive health and wellness services for women, including

    Obstetrics, gynecology, breast and cervical health, mammography, menopause management, preconception counseling, and infertility are the specialties covered. Our services include care for expectant mothers.

    promoting the advantages of breastfeeding, well-woman care, and the diagnosis, treatment, and surgical care of gynecological disorders. We provide early prenatal care, which is the first and most effective way to improve your chances of having a healthy pregnancy and baby. A Maternal Oral Health Initiative Program is also available. Individualized Prenatal Care

    Pregnancy is a unique, life-altering experience for each woman. And Redsea Hospital is attentive to your obstetric needs. From prenatal testing to lactation services, you and your newborn can anticipate the utmost care and attention from our devoted team. Birthing Your Child at

    Hospital at Redsea Whether your pregnancy is uncomplicated or complicated, Redsea Hospital provides support.

    From prenatal care through labor, delivery, and newborn care, you will be supported throughout the entire childbirth process.

    In addition to providing clinical care for our patients, expectant mothers, and newborns, we also prioritize their comfort and emotional well-being, as well as that of their families. Consequently, our facilities are designed to provide a warm and comfortable environment with modern amenities, and our providers engage patients at all levels of their care to ensure they are fully informed and conscious of their needs.

    Patient- and Family-Centered

    centered Care

    We recognize that each patient has specific and individual concerns. This is why we encourage our patients and their loved ones to be active participants in their care, and we work to meet the needs of each family. Through each step, we explain every aspect of care in detail.

    — discussing all viable options to aid the patient and his or her family in making the best choices.


    Complete ear, nose, and throat care

    We provide comprehensive treatment and care for all ENT disorders. Our specialists will provide both medical and surgical solutions for a variety of conditions, including hearing loss, sleeping disorders, sinusitis, vertigo, and voice impairments.

    ENT problems can cause

    From irritable symptoms such as a runny nose, sneezing, fever, sore throat, and coughs to severe complications such as hearing loss and meningitis, the common cold can cause a wide range of discomfort. Throat infections and ear, nose, and throat conditions are among the most frequent ENT problems.

    Laryngitis, sinusitis, hearing impairment, nasal bleeding, vertigo, voice change, and ringing in the ears are all symptoms of laryngitis. ENT physicians are doctors who specialize in the medical and surgical management and treatment of patients with problems of the ear, nose, throat, and related head and neck structures.

    Attacks of the Heart and Sudden Cardiac Arrest

    What is a cardiac arrest?

    When a blocked artery prevents oxygen-rich blood from reaching a portion of the heart, a heart attack occurs. If the blocked artery is not quickly reopened, the portion of the heart normally nourished by it begins to die. The longer a patient is untreated, the greater the damage.
    Heart attack symptoms
    The symptoms of a heart attack may be quite mild, and as a result, many individuals wait too long to seek medical attention.
    The most typical symptoms include:

    • Chest pain, pressure, or tightness, or a squeezing or aching sensation in the center of the chest.
    • Some people don’t get chest discomfort but only get symptoms in their arms or throat. Others don’t get pains in their arms, but their arms feel heavy or useless.

    Other symptoms include nausea (feeling sick), sweating, shortness of breath, and lightheadedness or dizziness.

    The symptoms of a heart attack typically last longer than 10 minutes. They may cease or decrease before returning. Symptoms of a heart attack vary from person to person; some people experience no symptoms (a “silent heart attack”), while others may experience mild to severe symptoms.
    Many people experiencing a heart attack refuse to acknowledge that they are in trouble or believe that it is not serious. It is crucial to take immediate action if you experience symptoms of a possible heart attack, especially if:
    • the symptoms are severe; • they are worsening rapidly; or • they last longer than 10 minutes.

    • Stop what you are doing and sit or lie down quietly to relax.
    • If you’ve been prescribed a medication or spray to treat angina, take it as prescribed.
    • Call an ambulance
    • If out of breath, sit up.
    • If you feel faint, lie flat.

    What is heart failure?

    A cardiac arrest occurs abruptly and frequently without warning. It occurs when a malfunction in the heart’s electrical system causes an irregular heartbeat. The heart cannot pump blood to the brain, lungs, or other organs if its pumping action is impaired. A person loses consciousness and has no pulse when this occurs. In the absence of treatment, the victim dies within minutes.

    How can you tell if someone has suffered a cardiac arrest?
    • The individual is unresponsive.
    • Their heart has ceased to beat.
    Their skin becomes pale or even blue.

    What ought you to do?

    An arrest of the heart is a medical emergency. A cardiac arrest victim will not survive unless the blood begins to circulate and the body receives a rapid supply of oxygen.
    • Dial an ambulance and notify emergency services that a person has suffered a cardiac arrest.
    • Start CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation). CPR involves mouth-to-mouth breathing and chest compressions applied externally to the heart (chest compressions).
    •Get someone to call for skilled assistance immediately.

    These two distinct cardiovascular conditions are related. After a heart attack or during recovery, sudden cardiac arrest may occur. Heart attacks increase the likelihood of experiencing a sudden cardiac arrest. Many heart attacks do not immediately result in sudden cardiac arrest, but heart attacks are a common cause of sudden cardiac arrest. Other heart conditions may also interfere with the heart’s rhythm and result in sudden cardiac arrest. These include cardiomyopathy, heart failure, arrhythmias, especially ventricular fibrillation, and the long Q-T syndrome.

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