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A Medical Seminar Recommends to Establish Heart Failure Clinics in Hospitals
 
The scientific committee of heart failure seminar that was held recently by Health Services Program of Royal Commission in Jubail has recommended to establish heart failure clinics in hospitals.
 
The seminar was held at the Marine club in Jubail Industrial City under the title “from diagnosis to treatment” in cooperation with Saudi Heart and Heart Failure Association and the participation of more than 50 physicians and specialists working in the medical fields.
 
Head of the Cardiology Department at the Royal Commission Hospital and the chairman of the organizing committee Dr. Minwer Mohsen Al majnoni  said: “the seminar held more than one session to discuss the latest updates in the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic heart failure and the importance of taking care of this group of patients to improve their lifestyle and to encourage organs donation among the public.”
 
Almajnoni said that the most obvious recommendations of the seminar were taking care of the patients with heart failure to aware physicians about the latest treatment, and work to establish heart failure clinics in hospitals, periodic follow-up of patients with heart failure to arise awareness of heart transplantation and organs donation.
 
The most prominent speakers of this seminar were Dr. Waleed Alhabib, cardiology consultant at King Khalid University Hospital in Riyadh, Dr. Kamal  Ghalayni, cardiology consultant at King Abdulaziz in Jeddah, Dr. Maryam Alqusair, cardiology consultant and head of cardiologist department in King Fahad Specialist Hospital, Dr. Minwer Mohsen Almajnoni, Head of the Cardiology Department of the Royal Commission Hospital in Jubail.