The KUTRRH neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), takes care of babies born too early, have low birth weight, or are unwell or susceptible to other medical problems.

How does radiation therapy work?
Special machines send high energy x-rays or particles to the cancer cells. This damages the genetic material within the cells so they can no longer grow and spread. Once this happens, the cancer cells die and the body naturally removes them. Normal cells can also be affected by radiation, but they are able to repair themselves in a way that cancer cells cannot.

The KUTRRH pediatric surgical unit attends to children aged 0- 12 years old. All surgeries are covered by the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF). 

Uterine Fibroid Embolization is a procedure to shrink noncancerous tumors in the uterus called uterine fibroids. It does not use major surgery, so you may recover faster. You also may not need to stay in the hospital.

These are devices that are placed in your body, usually by surgery, to support the electrical system in your heart. They can stabilize abnormal heart rhythms and prevent problems that can disrupt or endanger your life.

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