Al Sayer Medical Company, one of Al Sayer Group Holding and the local distributor of BBRAUN wound Care Products, sponsored the 2nd Gulf Group Conference on Diabetic Foot which was held in Kuwait under the patronage of H.E. Minister of Health Dr. Ali Al Obaidi, with the presence of Dr. Mohamed Al Khashti, Assistant Undersecretary Private Medical Services Affairs, Ministry of Health and Dr. Tawfeeq Khaja, General Manager of the Executive Office of Health Ministers Council of GCC.
About 400 doctors from inside and outside Kuwait participated in the conference. This conference presents a great opportunity to meet specialists in Diabetic Foot treatment field through seminars, workshops and update on the latest medical products. A large booth was allocated for Al Sayer Medical Company and BBRAUN Company to display the latest high quality products for wounds and diabetic foot which are used widely in Europe and America.
According to Dr. Hossam Afify , General Manager of Al Sayer Medical Company : “First of all we would like to congratulate H.E. Minister of Health Dr. Ali Al Obaidi and Honorary President of Conference Dr. Marzouq Al Bader , Head of vascular Department at Mubarak Hospital and the Chairman of Gulf Group Conference of Diabetic Foot and Dr. Salma Khraibit , Specialist Surgery, Wound Care and Diabetic Foot Care on the success of the conference which is one of the important specialized conferences in the region to raise the awareness of Doctors and nursing staff .”
“One of the most important goals of Al Sayer Medical Company is to support the efforts of Ministry of Health in order to develop medical services and provide the latest high quality medical products through our partnership with many leading international medical companies, in addition to increase the medical awareness in society specially in relation to diabetes and its dangerous complications like diabetic foot leading to foot amputation if neglected. World Health Organization latest statistics found that Kuwait ranks third in diabetes worldwide which requires spreading medical awareness to early check and detection of diabetic foot.” Dr. Hossam added.