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As the Saudi German Hospital Dubai celebrates it’s 5th year of operation in 2017, the hospital group is forging ahead on a path of expansion over the coming years in the lead up to the Expo 2020 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates....


According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Kuwait is considered a high-income country with one of the most advanced healthcare infrastructures in the region. However, with projected future healthcare requirements expect to grow significantly in the face of a rapidly growing population...



The intensive care unit patient is susceptible to a number of common healthcare-acquired infections (HAIs), including ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP), catheter-related bloodstream infections (CLABSIs), catheter-associated urinary tract infections (CAUTIs), and Clostridium...


The healthcare industry is rapidly evolving. Technologies that a few years ago seemed a figurative idea of the future, are now being utilised to improve patient well-being, reduce pain and even save lives. Innovation in the context of paediatric surgery is leading to more precise and less invasive interventions...


HOSPITAL PROJECTS IN THE GCC – 2016-2017 Report

Growth in investor confidence a positive signal for the future.

Download the full report now which includes a market synopsis and a list of the 2016-2017 healthcare building projects...

A big win over paediatric leukemia: CAR T-cell therapy

Using the case study of 18-year-old Sam Tinaglia, University of Chicago Medicine explores how CAR T-cell therapy, a revolutionary new treatment for advanced blood cancers in children and adults, which works by using modified versions of a patient’s own blood cells to target and destroy cancer cells, is saving lives.

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