The University of Medical Sciences and Technology congratulates you on the blessed Eid Al-Fitr – تهنئكم جامعة العلوم الطبية والتكنلوجيا بعيد الفطر المبارك

يتقدم رئيس مجلس الأمناء في جامعة العلوم الطبية والتكنولوجيا ورئيس الجامعة ونائب رئيس الجامعة وأعضاء هيئة التدريس والطلاب والعاملين بالجامعة إلى الشعب  السوداني بأطيب التهاني وأسمى آيات التبريكات، بمناسبة عيد الفطر المبارك
سائلين الله تعالى أن يُعيده علينا وعليكم وعلى الأُمتين السودانية والإسلامية بالخير واليُمن والبركات.  

The Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the University of Medical Sciences and Technology, the President of the University, the Vice President of the University, the faculty members, the students and the staff of the University shall extend to the Sudanese people the best congratulations and the highest blessings on the occasion of Eid Al Fitr.

 asking God to bring  it back to us and you and the Sudanese and Islamic nations with good and blessings.

Immunization of HBSAG (-Ve) Children in Eid Babiker (Khelwa)

Hepatitis B virus is the main cause of chronic liver infection. More than 65 million people are infected worldwide; In Sudan the prevalence is about 8%.
UMST, in collaboration with Ibn Sina Hospital, is carrying a campaign to vaccinate all children at Ed Babiker Khelwa who are negative for Hepatitis B virus with the vaccines. The number of pupils at Ed Babiker Khelwa is around 1200 pupils, and their age ranges from 6 years to 23 years; they are mainly from Darfur states.
A questionnaire was designed for the pupils showing the history of previous infection and jaundice in siblings or parents.
Blood samples are collected (Sera) and examined for (HBSAG) – if the result is positive, the children will be referred to Ibn Sina Hospital for management with follow up.
Those who are seronegative will be vaccinated by HBV vaccine.