“Tens of doctors undertook three simultaneous surgeries to save the life of Madchat Tapash, who was born with defects in his renal system and bladder”

Israeli doctors save life of Gaza child in complex surgery
by Nicky Blackburn
April 25, 2021

Doctors at the Rambam Health Care Campus in Haifa have saved the life of a 7-year-old boy from Gaza after performing a complex 11-hour medical procedure involving three simultaneous surgeries. Madchat Tapash was born with a defect in his renal system that caused life-threatening kidney failure and an improperly functioning bladder. To fix the problems, doctors at Rambam had to perform three different surgeries to reconstruct the boy’s bladder, implant a new kidney donated from his mother, Sumar, and connect the new kidney to the reconstructed bladder. READ MORE

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