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With Vietnam being considered one of the world’s safe nations it is currently doing well in terms of public health in relating to COVID-19 prevention and treatment activities in three phases, before, during, and after the pandemic.
A 56-year-old patient from Binh Thuan Province was hospitalised recently at the Hospital for Tropical Diseases in HCM City for prolonged fever and diarrhoea.
Vietnam’s first survivor Nguyen Thi Diep, 26, passed away on November 28, 17 years after liver transplantation in 2004.
Mergers and acquisitions in Vietnam’s healthcare and pharmaceutical sector in 2020 have been held up due to the global health crisis – but prospects remaining enticing thanks to new drivers of interest.
The Hanoi-based 108 Military Central Hospital has performed a multiple organ transplantation with organs taken from a brain dead donor, saving the lives of six different patients.
The biggest difficulty in intestine transplantation is connecting arteries and veins to nourish the transplanted organ.
Around 5.3 millions of Vietnamese people or 8.6 percent of the country’s population have pre-diabetes, announced Chairman of the Vietnam Association of Diabetes and Endocrinology Tran Huu Dang.
The Ministry of Health (MoH) has told health facilities in flood-hit areas to prioritise clean water and ensure the areas are thoroughly disinfected to stop the spread of diseases.
Dr Nguyen Trung Cap and his colleagues at the National Hospital for Tropical Diseases in Hanoi shaved their heads during their long stay at the hospital fighting COVID-19.
Just one third of all kidney dialysis patients nationwide are receiving proper treatment, a health congress held in Hanoi was told on Saturday.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has recently passed an elderly healthcare program figuring out elderly healthcare goals through 2030.
A 48-year-old woman from HCM City lacked confidence around her friends after having half of her breast removed because of a cancerous tumour.