A 51-year-old cancer patient has become the 25th death related to COVID-19 in Việt Nam, the Ministry of Health announced on Tuesday morning.
Doctors at HCM City’s Bình Dân Hospital performed for the first time ultra-mini-percutaneous nephrolithotomy on three child patients to remove kidney stones without much bleeding or damage to tissues.
Along with face masks, demand for vitamin C supplements has soared due to fears of the coronavirus, but doctors have warned overdoing it may cause severe health problems.
The centre hosts the largest number of war invalids in the north and is home to the most seriously affected invalids.
More than 1,000 new cases of urinary bladder cancer are diagnosed in Việt Nam every year, according to HCM City’s Bình Dân Hospital.
Although inpatient room costs have increased sharply, medical quality remains stagnant, according to the latest report by Việt Nam Social Insurance (VSI).