Russian government hands over mobile medical complex to Kyrgyzstan.
The complex in a truck can reach remote areas of Kyrgyzstan. It can work in very cold and hot temperatures. The complex can connect to electric network in settlements or it can work autonomously right in the fields, said Irina Kostetskaya, Deputy Director of AIDS Info Share, at the ceremony.
The mobile medical complex includes 3 rooms: a laboratory for tests, gynecologist room with all necessary equipment, a room with cardiograph, equipment for eye specialist and ear, nose and throat specialist.
25,000 HIV, TB and Wassermann rapid tests have been handed over.
The mobile complex will start working in Bishkek, Chui region, Osh, the areas of high migration of population. All diagnostic services and consultations will be provided free of charge, Deputy Health Minister Marat Kaliyev said.
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|Date:||Jun 27, 2014|
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