Libyan Cloud News Agency – Tripoli
The Tripoli Kidney Center has said that it’s continuing to provide services for kidney failure patients in light of the breakout of the coronavirus.
The director of the center, Ayman Lamin, told the Libyan Cloud News Agency that the center is still under maintenance and the completion rate has exceeded 75%.
He said that work is proceeding normally while raising the awareness of patients about COVID-19 prevention and sterilization.
Lamin explained that the center provides patients with peritoneal dialysis and haemodialysis. He said that haemodialysis is provided to 603 patients in three sessions a week and every session lasts for four hours.
Lamin confirmed that the patients and their companions get COVID-19 protective face masks and gloves as they arrive in the center as part of the plan set by the National Center for Disease Control to fight the coronavirus.