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Vice President for Graduate Studies and Scientific Research Sponsors the Signing of Two Research Contracts for Sheikh Abdullah bin Abdulmohsen Al-Tuwaijri Chair for Applied Research for Stroke Cases. 5
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An event was organized by the Volunteer Work Center at the Social Responsibility Observatory to educate the university staff about the importance of seasonal Influenza vaccine. The event - launched by Prof. Al-Dosari, the advisor and supervisor of administrative, financial and technical affairs, was held in cooperation with the Medical Center and health colleges.
Dr. Faisal Al-Mutairi, the supervisor of Social Responsibility Observatory, pointed out that such events are conducted at the request of MU rector to open up to the community and to achieve the goals set for the health field.
MU rector, Prof. Saleh Al-Mizil, received a report on the development of the university medical center and its medical equipment. The report included having a number of modern facilities that contribute to providing high-quality diagnostic services. This achievement was made possible by coordinating with the Ministry of Health to end the procedures of supplying equipment.
Prof. Al-Mizil commended the dedicated committees at the Ministry of Health for their tremendous efforts and continuous follow-up in order to fulfill all the requirements for approval. He also expressed his gratitude to the university's team for their efforts to overcome all difficulties to achieve the university's goals of serving its staff and the surrounding community.
Based on the development directions and in line with the plan of the University Center for Medical Rehabilitation Technologies and Prosthetics, and the great development the world is witnessing in the field of manufacturing prostheses, and in pursuit of the Center's Board of Directors in providing health services with high efficiency in cooperation with international and regional expertise, the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Prof. Dr. Musallam bin Muhammad Al-Dosari, signed a cooperation agreement with Mobilbs Company for the manufacture of medical supplies, represented by the Director General, Mr. Makram Tabib, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, where this agreement includes joint cooperation in the field of prosthetic manufacturing, the field of training and localization of knowledge, and the field of scientific research.
During the visit, the center's team toured the factory of Mobilbs Company, during which they listened to an explanation of the stages of manufacturing prostheses, and to learn about the latest devices and modern technologies used in this field.
For his part, His Excellency the Chairman of the Board of Directors expressed his admiration for the great capabilities he saw, which would provide a great addition to the beneficiaries of the center through the use of the latest technologies, appreciating His Excellency the President of the University, Prof. Dr. Saleh bin Abdullah Al-Mizil, for the great support that the center enjoys in order to provide quality and distinguished services.
The members of the Board of Directors of the Center for Rehabilitation Technologies and Prosthetics at the university, headed by the Chairman of the Council, Prof. Dr. Musallam bin Muhammad Al-Dosari, accompanied by His Excellency the supervisor of the Center, Dean of the College of Applied Medical Sciences, Dr. Musaed Al-Zahrani, and His Excellency the Executive Director of the Center, Mr. Turki Al-Humaidani, visited the Sheikh Ibrahim Al-Sultan Charitable Foundation, in the presence of His Excellency Sheikh Ibrahim bin Abdul Mohsen Al-Sultan - Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Foundation - and His Excellency Mr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al-Sultan, where a meeting was held during which a review of The annual report of the Foundation's efforts in supporting the Baraem and Waqeer packages within the community programs sponsored by the Foundation in the field of medical rehabilitation for children and the elderly, and reviewing the Center's efforts and capabilities in the field of manufacturing prosthetics.
On this occasion, His Excellency the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Center extended the greetings, thanks and appreciation of His Excellency the President of the University, Prof. Dr. Saleh bin Abdullah Al-Mizil, to His Excellency Sheikh Ibrahim Al-Sultan for this support by the Foundation, which embodies an important aspect of integration between charitable organizations and government and private sector institutions, for the benefit of members of society.
In a new achievement added to many of the achievements made by the university, a research team led by Dr. Wael Al-Tariqi - Associate Professor in the Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences at the College of Applied Medical Sciences and a specialist in immunology - published a scientific research that proved a relationship between the admission of Corona patients to intensive care and the production of a number of immune proteins in response to the inflammatory condition due to infection with the emerging coronavirus-2, which causes COVID-19.
Dr. Wael Al-Tariqi stated that this study may enable doctors to predict the dissatisfaction of the patient's condition and his need for intensive care when the levels of these types of immune proteins rise, and then we can predict the course of the disease and give immune drugs as one of the proactive solutions, indicating Dr. Al-Tariqi - the first researcher - that this paper is the first for his scientific team that was accepted for publication in one of the 45-year-old The Cell magazines, and that the university's name is mentioned in the prestigious journals No doubt it is a source of pride and pleasure.
Dr. Al-Tariqi added that this study was an extension of the results of the master's student in the Department of Laboratories Saad Al-Omari, and was the result of fruitful cooperation between the university and both: Riyadh Health Cluster II, King Saud University, Prince Sattam University, and from outside the Kingdom University of Florida, and the University of Liverpool.
For his part, Dr. Al-Tariqi thanked His Excellency the President of the University, Prof. Saleh bin Abdullah Al-Mizil, for the continuous and unlimited support, and to the Vice President for Graduate Studies and Scientific Research, Dr. Ahmed bin Ali Al-Rumaih, and to the Deanship of Scientific Research, and His Excellency the Dean of the College and Head of the Department.
It is worth mentioning that this study recently received two awards, the first was on the Scientific Research Day held at King Khalid Hospital in Majmaah, and the second was from the annual research conference organized by the second health cluster in King Fahd Medical City in Riyadh.
Majmaah University Center for Medical Rehabilitation Technologies and Prosthetics and the Four Goals Company FG sport signed a contract to market the center's medical and rehabilitation services in the sports field, where the center was represented in the signing by the Vice President of the University - Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Center - Prof. Dr. Muslim bin Muhammad Al-Dosari, and the company was represented by the CEO Dr. Muqbil bin Nahar bin Jadea, and in the presence of the center's work leaders.
The Vice President of the University and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Center stressed that investment in the field of sports medicine is among the priorities of the Board of Directors because of the capabilities and cadres of the Center of distinguished and specialized professional cadres in this field, and perhaps the experience of the Center's partnership with Al-Faisaly Club in the current season is a positive indicator, especially that the Center during this season provided its medical services with high professionalism and professionalism.
Regarding the selection of the Four Goals Company FG sport, His Excellency explained that the center was successful in choosing the company, due to the experience possessed by the work team in the sports field and their distinguished management of many sports forums in marketing, and what the center touched during previous meetings indicates high professionalism, and he wished his happiness that the efforts would be crowned with success for both parties.
The Vice President for Graduate Studies and Scientific Research, Prof. Ahmed bin Ali Al-Rumaih, sponsored the signing of two research contracts for the Sheikh Abdullah bin Abdulmohsen Al-Tuwaijri Chair for Applied Research for Stroke Cases, in the presence of the supervisor of the Department of Research Chairs and External Support, Dr. Abdullah bin Saeed Bajahzar, and the supervisor of the Chair of Applied Research for Stroke Cases, Prof. Dr. Raed bin Salim Al-Baradei.
Where the supervisor of the Department of Research Chairs and External Support explained that these researches are part of a series of research targeted by the Department of Research Chairs and external support for the march of the chair, and contracts have been signed with the researcher Dr. Fazan Xavier Kasho for a research called Effect of transcranial stimulation augmented with mental imagery in upper limb stroke rehabilitation. A randomised controlled trial and the second decade with researcher Dr. McDanan Blansmey and the title of the research Role of High-sensitivity C-reactive protein in acute ischemic stroke patients
After signing the contracts, the Vice President for Graduate Studies and Scientific Research, Prof. Dr. Ahmed bin Ali Al-Rumaih, thanked the researchers, the management of research chairs and those in charge of the chair for their interest and excellence in qualitative research, pointing out the great support from the university under the follow-up of the President of the University, Prof. Dr. Saleh bin Abdullah Al-Mizil.
The university signed a cooperation agreement with Dr. Sulaiman Al-Habib Medical Services Group. The university was represented by the Deputy University Rector for Graduate Studies and Scientific Research, Professor Dr. Ahmed bin Ali Al-Rumaih, and on behalf of Dr. Sulaiman Al-Habib Medical Services Group, the Chief Executive Officer for Academic Affairs, Professor Dr. Awad Al-Omari. This agreement reflects the university's commitment to preparing its male and female students for both undergraduate and postgraduate stages across various disciplines offered by the company. It embodies the principle of mutual cooperation between the company and the university, aiming to support and strengthen collaborative opportunities in terms of training programs for students. This includes accepting some university students for practical training during both undergraduate and postgraduate stages. The collaboration also involves joint discussions and research possibilities, as well as sharing experiences, consulting, and exploring ways to benefit from each other's expertise and research resources. Furthermore, the agreement emphasizes the cooperation to serve the community by supporting students in entering such specialized fields and assisting institutions involved in this type of education and training. Additionally, the collaboration aims to facilitate employment opportunities for the members of both parties and streamline procedures in this regard. The university's president, Prof. Dr. Saleh bin Abdullah Al-Muzail, expressed his gratitude and appreciation to Dr. Sulaiman Al-Habib Medical Services Group for their collaborative efforts, hoping for the success of both parties in serving the community.
Within the framework of strengthening the university's social role and activating cooperation with the government sector, and in the presence of the Vice President for Development and Investment, Prof. Dr. Musallam bin Muhammad Al-Dosari, and the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health for Human Resources, Mr. Abdulrahman bin Abdullah Al-Aiban, a memorandum of understanding was signed in the field of education, training and research between the university and the Ministry of Health, on the sidelines of the World Health Forum, under the slogan "Invest in Health", where this memorandum will contribute to strengthening cooperation between the university and the Ministry in developing And the rehabilitation of human cadres.
It is worth noting that the Global Health Forum is held in its sixth edition at the ROSHN Exhibition and Conference Front in Riyadh, and represents the most prominent event in the field of health care, as it reviews the latest innovations and technologies in the medical and health fields, and includes many specialized programs and workshops, and contains 30 dialogue sessions during which 100 speakers from specialists and experts will speak, and the Healthcare Leaders Conference will discuss key aspects of the health care system in the Kingdom in the context of the sector transformation program Health, reviews 8 medical and health fields, including: consumables, health care and public services, imaging and diagnosis, infrastructure, laboratory equipment and devices, medical equipment and devices, in addition to medicines, nutrition, information technology systems and solutions.
The participating team of students from the Nursing Department at the College of Applied Medical Sciences qualified for the final qualifiers, in the first nursing hackathon, which is held within the activities of the Gulf Nursing Forum at King Saud University, where the students participated in a video in an awareness competition about the role of nursing in dealing with an asthma patient who was given medication and then his health condition deteriorated, in which the students applied advanced nursing procedures to deal with the patient at the time of deterioration of the condition, in a video clip of 3 minutes.
For his part, the Dean of the College of Applied Medical Sciences, Dr. Musaed bin Muhammad Al-Zahrani, congratulated the participating students on this qualification, explaining that participating in such competitions enhances students' clinical skills, and increases their learning during their contact with students of other universities.
The Dean of the College also thanked His Excellency the President of the University, Prof. Dr. Saleh bin Abdullah Al-Mizil, for his guidance and support, which had the greatest impact in achieving achievements, and he also thanked the university vice-rectors for their support and continuous follow-up to everything that supports students and contributes to raising the efficiency of the university's outputs, and praised the supervisors of the students participating in this hackathon.
The team of the nursing department of female students was represented by: Amwaj Al-Kaabi, Salma Al-Shammari, Joud Al-Sulaiman, Noura Hudaiban, and Shorouq Al-Suqiani, and under the follow-up of the Head of the Nursing Department, Dr. Abdulrahman Al-Buqami, and the supervision of Dr. Sharifa Asiri and Dr. Wedad Al-Enezi.
A medical team from the College of Medicine at the university, in cooperation with King Khalid Hospital in Majmaah Governorate, succeeded in performing the first bronchoscopy operation in children, when the medical team performed a respiratory endoscope for a 13-year-old girl, suffering from chronic cough and frequent lung infections that required her frequent hypnosis in many hospitals in the Riyadh region.
Regarding the details of the endoscope, the head of the medical team, Dr. Abdullah bin Muhammad Al-Olayan, Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Consultant Pediatric Pulmonology, said that a flexible bronchoscopy was performed under general anesthesia, where the bronchi and the lobes of the lungs were examined, in which it was found that there were large amounts of mucous secretions in the lower lobe of the left lung, which led to the closure of the entire lobe, and it was dealt with by injecting saline solution (sodium chloride) in the areas closed with mucous secretions, followed by the withdrawal of all those secretions, which It opened the locked lobes, and a sample was sent for laboratory testing.
This has been excluded the presence of any birth defects, bleeding, or other infections, or foreign swallowed bodies in the bronchi and lobes of the lungs, where there were no complications during the work of the endoscope, praise be to God, and the child left the hospital the next day in excellent health after the treatment plan was developed for her.
This operation is the first of its kind in the region and neighboring governorates, and was carried out - praise be to God - under specialized medical supervision with the participation of anesthesia consultant Dr. Muhammad bin Saad Al-Buqami, anesthesia consultant Dr. Kamel Ibrahim, anesthesiologist Dr. Faris Suleiman Al-Dubaikhi, and respiratory therapist Aisha Al-Haim.
The university, represented by the Friends of the Blood Bank Club at the Social Responsibility Observatory, carried out a blood donation campaign with the Ministry of Sports at King Fahd Sports Professor in Riyadh and in conjunction with the Kingdom's National Day, in partnership with the Central Blood Bank in Riyadh, where the campaign targeted the ministry's employees and fans of the match held at King Fahd Sports Professor in Riyadh, and more than 60 donors were received, and more than 40 units of blood were provided.
On this occasion, His Excellency the Supervisor of the Social Responsibility Observatory, Dr. Faisal bin Faraj Al-Mutairi, stated that this campaign comes based on the approval of His Excellency the President of the University, Prof. Dr. Saleh bin Abdullah Al-Mizil, and in line with the university's directions in opening up to society in all its components based on its social responsibility, and as a contribution to achieving the goals related to the health field, in partnership with the relevant authorities, represented by the Central Blood Bank, stressing that the university is proceeding with its plan related to its social responsibility. His Excellency Dr. Faisal Al-Mutairi also thanked His Excellency the President of the University, the partners and the university team that implemented this campaign.
- The center signed a cooperation document with the Austrian company Tyromochon and the German company Ottobi Berlin, especially in the field of development through research and studies to reach products that contribute to the development of the field of rehabilitation and prosthetics globally.
The Department of Physical Therapy at the College of Applied Medical Sciences in cooperation with King Khalid Hospital in Majmaah held the event of the World Physical Therapy Day in Majmaah Mall, as this event comes within the university's programs in the service of the community and the individual, and the opening was attended by Dr. Majid Al-Omari - Vice Dean of Training and Clinical Affairs at the College - on behalf of the Dean of the College, and Dr. Shadi Al-Shuwaier, Chairman of the Community Service Committee in the Department of Physical Therapy, and the department participated in four main axes in this event, namely: Sports injuries, risk of falls in the elderly, low back pain, foot problems.
Where the visitors were received and answered their inquiries by a number of faculty members in the department, namely: Dr. Shadi Al-Shuwaier, Professor: Rada Krishnan, and Professor: Nayef Al-Rashidi, in addition to the presence of some students of the department, and during this event some medical examinations were made, and a number of educational leaflets were distributed to visitors, and give them some necessary advice to avoid sports injuries, low back pain and foot pain.
On the other hand, the Sheikh Abdullah bin Abdul Mohsen Al-Tuwaijri Chair for Applied Research for Stroke Cases had participated in this event, and the participation included the establishment of a pavilion in the exhibition accompanying the event prepared by the Chair Department by providing awareness leaflets, health booklets, the products of the chair and its versions of scientific books to spread more awareness about stroke disease, as well as measuring the percentage of oxygen in the blood, and the attendees were briefed on the contents of the pavilion and the introductory panels that highlight the achievements of the chair and its community activities.
His Excellency the supervisor of the chair, Dr. Raed bin Salim Al-Baradei, praised the support and guidance that the chair finds from His Excellency the President of the University, Dr. Khalid bin Saad Al-Muqrin, His Excellency the Vice President for Graduate Studies and Scientific Research, Prof. Dr. Muhammad bin Abdullah Al-Shaya, and His Excellency the Director of the Research Chairs Department, Dr. Thamer bin Shleih Al-Harbi, and to communicate the objectives of the chair with the needs of the local community through meaningful participations, and community partnerships with the competent authorities.
Practical course of radiology for students at King Khalid Hospital.
The first group of radiological sciences and students of the medical imaging department started the practical course at King Khalid Hospital.
His Excellency the Vice President for Educational Affairs, Dr. Ahmed bin Ali Al-Rumaih, visited King Khalid Hospital in Majmaah, and was received by His Excellency the Director of the Hospital, Mr. Malik Al-Hisnawi, and in the presence of the Supervisor of the College of Applied Medical Sciences, Dr. Fahd bin Khalid Al-Dhafiri, and the Vice Dean of the College of Applied Medical Sciences forStudent Affairs, Dr. Muhammad bin Abdullah Al-Aidarous, and the Advisor to the Supervisor of the College of Applied Medical Sciences for Research, Studies and Development, Mr.Dr. Mohammed bin Hamoud Al-Tariqi, and Head of the Department of Physiotherapy and Health Rehabilitation, Dr. Fadil Abdul Wadood Ahmed, and the visit aimed to discuss aspects ofjoint cooperation between the two sides, and at the beginning of the meeting, His Excellency Mr. Malik Al-Hisnawi, welcomed His Excellency Dr. Ahmed Al-Rumaih and his accompanying delegation, and for his part, His Excellency the Vice President for Educational Affairs thanked His Excellency the Directorof King Khalid Hospital for the university's permanent cooperation in many activities. At the end of the meeting, the two sides stressed the importance of holding other meetings to discuss aspects of joint cooperation in many activities and programs, in order to activate the principle of community partnership to help achieve common goals.
In implementation of the direction of the College of Applied Medical Sciences at Majmaah University to activate community partnership and expand bridges of communication and cooperation with the relevant health authorities, and under the patronage of His Excellency the Dean of the College of Applied Medical Sciences, Dr. Nasser bin Ali Al-Jarallah, a delegation from the Department of Medical Laboratory Science at the College of Applied Medical Sciences at Majmaah University visited King Faisal Hospital and Research Center in Riyadh on Tuesday 2014/10/30 to learn about the resources available in the various departments of medical laboratories in the hospital. This visit provided the possibility of searching for partners for cooperation in addition to many ways on how to conclude a cooperation agreement between the College of Applied Medical Sciences at Majmaah University and King Faisal Hospital, in order to open the way for distinguished training opportunities for university students and qualify them to compete in the labor market and cooperation in the field of scientific research for teachers and students. The delegation was received by the Head of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Dr. Sayed Dayel, and he welcomed His Excellency Dr. Raed bin Suleiman ElBaradei, Vice Dean of Higher Education and Scientific Research, and the accompanying delegation, consisting of faculty members in the Department of Medical Laboratories. During the meeting, they discussed ways of cooperation between the college and the hospital, and the future vision was shed on the possibility of benefiting from the resources available in the hospital so that the college students have more excellent training opportunities. After that, the delegation toured the various departments of the medical laboratory and listened to a brief explanation of some specialists about the devices available in these departments. At the end of the visit, and on behalf of the Dean of the Faculty, the head of the delegation, Dr. Raed Baradei, thanked His Excellency the Head of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and the team of the departments of laboratory medicine for their hospitality and welcome.