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Mon, 30 Sep 2019 15:58 - Updated Mon, 30 Sep 2019 15:58

Orthopedic Center produces 80 prostheses monthly

Luanda - The Dr. António Agostinho Neto Orthopedic Rehabilitation Center, in Luanda, will produce between 75 and 80 prostheses per month, in the first phase, and 200 orthoses.

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Centro Ortopédico de Viana

Photo: Francisco Miúdo

In a second phase, the center will increase its monthly production to over 250 units, a number quite acceptable for their quality.

The Center, whose second phase was inaugurated on Monday by the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, offers its clients external consultation services specializing in general practice, internal medicine, physiatry, physical therapy with gyms for adults and children, orthopedics, child and adult neurology, psychology, urology and stomatology.

The institution is third-level assistance and has 296 employees, including 31 new technicians admitted through the public tender 2018.

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