THE 12th Chinese medical team in Papua New Guinea is conducting a seven-week training for doctors at the Port Moresby General Hospital on the use of the minimal invasive surgery.
Speaking at the official opening of the course, hospital chief executive officer Dr Paki Molumi said a hand, brain and eye coordination would be required to gain the skills of minimal invasive surgery.“
Your eye must talk to the brain, then the information on the brain must go into the hands so things can be done properly and operate on the right areas and organ for diseases to be removed,” he added.
Dr Molumi said the minimal invasive surgery would be very beneficial to the people.
Trainer representative Dr Xian Peng said his medical team had donated a K1 million worth of instrument and equipment to the hospital last year.
He said the training would cover two-hour sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
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