Michał Tracz and Paweł Pudełko, who left for Papua New Guinea a week ago work intensively: they train, examine patients and distribute smiles with good energy.
Michał reports the first week:
The first week of our work in Mendi is over. Paweł took patients on Wednesday and Friday. On Wednesday, he accepted seventeen and appointed seven of them for an ultrasound examination on Friday. Conditions that the patients reported were: narrowing of the urethra, chronic urinary retention, urinary incontinence, nocturnal enuresis - a ten-year-old boy, pelvic pain associated with untreated sexually transmitted diseases and complications of untreated diseases of this type.
At that time I was teaching future health officers, students of the second and last year at school. Paweł, however, when he did not deal with patients, he taught the basics of urology, symptoms of urinary tract diseases. Today and the entire next week we go around the nearby “haussicks”.