WebOps Global – the world’s leading healthcare supply chain solutions provider launches its first international headquarters in the UAE
WebOps will support healthcare organisations on their digital journey to automate and streamline workflows, improve service levels, lower costs, and optimize supply & inventory management
Dubai, United Arab Emirates – 22nd September 2022: WebOps Global – a subsidiary of WebOps LLC, USA – the world’s leading healthcare supply chain solutions provider, has launched its first international headquarters in the UAE.
As the healthcare sector in the country witnesses a rising demand amidst rapid digital transformation, infrastructural development, a strong regulatory framework to protect patients, and advancements in patient care delivery to build a seamless healthcare ecosystem, WebOps Global will provide for the growing needs of the sector in the country and beyond.
EMIRATES CARDIAC SOCIETY LAUNCHES A PUBLIC AWARENESS CAMPAIGN FOR WORLD HEART DAY “For Every Heart”
21 September 2022, Dubai, UAE: In commemoration of World Heart Day, Emirates Cardiac Society is hosting a public educational campaign, featuring their team of experts. The campaign is addressing the common misunderstanding of cardiovascular diseases and prevention in a sort of educational theme and answering the questions of the public concerning heart diseases. The complimentary session will take place on September 29th through Zoom platform at 20:00 PM UAE time and is open to the public, to participate in this session please visit and follow Instagram account @ecsheart
Dr. Firas Husban, Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon, Burjeel Hospitalfor Advanced Surgery
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 21 September 2022: Over the past 100 years, significant advancements have been made in spinal fusion to treat scoliosis. These advancements have led to improved fusion rates, lower complication frequency, greater three-dimensional correction of the deformity and more rapid postoperative recovery.
However, spine fusions mean fewer motion segments (less spine motion), which may lead to lower function in high-level physical activity and greater chance for spine arthritis. Dr. Firas Husban, Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon, Burjeel Hospital highlights more on how to Treat idiopathic scoliosis without surgery.