Damascus University Hospital for Dermatology and Venereal Diseases Receives a Device for Diagnosing Melanomas from Russia

 The Dermatology and Venereal Diseases Hospital at Damascus University received a device for diagnosing melanomas using artificial intelligence, provided by the National Alliance of Russian Dermatologists and Cosmetologists. 

 

General Director of the hospital, Dr. Ali Ammar, stated that the Russian side presented the device after visiting the hospital and learning about the services provided and the type of cases it receives. They expressed their willingness to provide support to develop the work of the hospital, and this was preceded by providing the Russian side with a report on the hospital, its departments and the equipment it contains.

 

Dr. Ammar referred to the efforts made by Damascus University, represented by its president, Professor Muhammad Osama Al-Jabban, in order to obtain this device, which is the first of its kind in Syrian hospitals and has a major role in accurately diagnosing skin diseases.

 

Dr. Dmitry Amutnykh, Chairman of the Association of Pharmaceutical Importers and Exporters in Russia, confirmed that providing this device to the Dermatology Hospital at Damascus University stems from Russia’s keenness to support the health sector in Syria by providing advanced medical equipment and tools to Syrian hospitals.



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