Surgical Solutions

According to “The Lancet Commission on Global Surgery 2030,” 5 billion people lack access to safe, affordable, and timely surgery.

This disparity is particularly concerning in low- and middle-income countries, often referred to as the Global South. The lack of access to surgical solutions has severe consequences. Each year, millions of lives are lost due to untreated surgical conditions, including complications from injuries, cardiovascular diseases, maternal complications, and non-communicable diseases like cancer.

The dream of effectively treating such conditions with surgical interventions has been a cornerstone of healthcare since its inception. Advancements in technology have enabled more precise and safer procedures, making this dream more attainable. However, the scarcity of affordable and portable surgical equipment, coupled with a shortage of trained surgeons and medical personnel, continues to hinder access to crucial surgical care, particularly in low- and middle-income countries.

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