The medical staff of the Prince Mohammed bin Abdulaziz International Airport in Madinah rescued an Indonesian Umrah pilgrim who fainted.
According to the Sekab website, the Indonesian Umrah pilgrim has suffered a heart attack, on which his life was saved by immediate intervention.
The medical staff of the airport has said that “it was reported that a female passenger has fainted in the departure terminal”.
“Immediately the medical team reached the passenger and on initial examination found that the woman’s heart had stopped”.
“He was declared an emergency and medical procedures were carried out after which the heartbeat was restored.”
“The passenger was kept under medical observation until his condition stabilized and later shifted to a nearby hospital.”
The Medical Center of Madinah Munora Airport has provided medical services to 6696 passengers during Ramadan.
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