The Anesthesia and Intensive Care Simulation Center opened yesterday at the University Medical Centre (UMC) in HCM City with the aim of providing training to healthcare professionals in southern Việt Nam.
Watch our amazing interview with the surgeon who removed a massive tumour from the back of a 34-year-old man.
Việt Đức Hospital’s Department of Plastic Surgery conducted successfully a surgery to remove part of a 45-kg tumour from a 34-year-old patient.
Doctors at HCM City’s Chợ Rẫy Hospital said yesterday (April 20) that they successfully performed organ transplants for five persons using organs from a brain-dead donor.
The 108 Military Central Hospital organised a ceremony to honour Major Lê Hải Ninh, a soldier whose lung, heart, kidney and corneas were donated after he was declared brain dead at a ceremony yesterday.
Doctors at the 108 Military Central Hospital on Friday announced that they successfully performed the first lung transplant from a brain dead donor in Việt Nam.
Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc has confirmed that HCM City’s Chợ Rẫy Hospital will receive reciprocal capital from the Government for the construction of its second hospital. A US$25 million official development assistance (ODA) package from the Austrian government will also be provided for equipment and facilities.
During the week-long Tết holiday from February 14 to 20 traffic accidents claimed 168 lives across the country while 37,200 other people were injured, according to a report issued on Tuesday afternoon by the Ministry of Health.
More than 5,000 kidney patients in the north of Việt Nam will benefit from a healthcare training project launched today by the Hà Nội Medical University.