Mayo Hospital In Lahore Halts Operations Because Of A Lack Of Anaesthetic


A lack of anaesthetic has halted operations at Lahore’s Mayo Hospital for the last week.

Anaesthesia is a medical treatment that dulls a person’s sensations so that they don’t experience pain during medical operations including surgery, some screening and diagnostic tests, tissue sample removal (like skin biopsies), and dental treatments.

The patients’ plight is dire since the healthcare centre has ran out of it.

Hospital administration has also ceased announcing new surgery dates owing to a lack of anaesthetic.

Officials at the healthcare centre complained that they were forced to resort to borrowing medications from other government facilities. Meanwhile, they were trying to figure out a way to pay for them.

Specifically, since the beginning of this year, liver transplants at the Pakistan Kidney and Liver Institute (PKLI) have been on hold owing to a lack of necessary medications.

The PKLI spokesperson claims that the market is severely depleted of transplant injections.


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