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SIUTSindh Institute of Urology & Transplantation (Karachi, Pakistan)
SIUTSocietà Italiana Urologia Territoriale (Italy)
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Meanwhile, DrAdibulRizvi of SIUT appreciated the contribution of Indus Motor and its support for the community at large.
Besides financial assistance of the government, he said that there is also need that philanthropists should come forward and help SIUT management for establishment of complete unit in Hyderabad so that precious lives of the people could be saved from diseases.
The National TB Programme partnered with SIUT to organise the event.
class="text-left research-pIn 2005, SIUT Trust was created as a charitable trust for the benefit of the public aiming to provide medical facilities and financial assistance to those who are at the end stage of renal ailments.
Inaugurating the summit meeting Director SIUT Prof Adib Rizvi greatly lauded the gesture on the part of overseas doctors of holding the meeting on the soils of their homeland and advised them that this healthy trend must continue in the years to come also.
On the spot pathological laboratory tests and screening were carried out and SIUT provides all facilities and treatment free of cost.
In his welcome address, Dr Rizvi mentioned that the bioethics centre at SIUT, which was established in 2004, was the only one of its kind in the country.
"The doctors transplanted Edhi's corneas into two patients who had been waiting to see the world for the first time," said an SIUT official.
Apart from serving the patients, SIUT also provides training facilities for the nurses, paramedics besides providing advocacy.
SIUT had developed a unique philosophy that "health care is a birth right of every individual." Every individual should have access to medical care without any prejudice or discrimination of cast, color or creed.
Healthcare providers, on return to their homeland after acquiring specialised training in Pakistan, would help remove the mistrust between the neighbours, hoped SIUT Director Prof.
This book reconstructs the transmission history of a group of ancient Egyptian funerary texts, autobiographical inscriptions, titles, and epithets first attested in the First Intermediate Period and Middle Kingdom tomb chapels of the nomarchs of Siut. These texts were later frequently copied or paraphrased in New Kingdom and Saite Period tomb chapels, sarcophagi, statues, and stelae in Thebes, presumably as a conscious display of archaism.