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Kantha Bopha children hospitals treat over 30,000 patients

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The Kantha Bopha Children's Hospital received more than 37,000 children from all over the country in October. Hong Menea

Kantha Bopha children hospitals treat over 30,000 patients

The Kantha Bopha Children's Hospital received more than 37,000 children from all over the country in October, with more than 5,000 of them admitted to its inpatient unit.

According to the hospital's report on October 30, a total of 31,628 children were outpatients, while the other 5,480 were in serious conditions and given inpatient care.

Among the serious cases, 63 were treated for dengue fever while 1,066 children underwent surgical operations. Of the 1,066 children, 38 received cardiac catheterisation at its branches in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.

Also, 2.770 pregnant women were examined, with 1,396 babies delivered.

“All treatments are free for all without discrimination,” the hospital said.

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