The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) on July 29 said it has delivered the first batch of medical equipment for COVID-19 treatment to Cho Ray Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City.
VOV.VN - A British pilot who had been suffering from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) known as “patient 91” has been confirmed to be in good enough health to be discharged from hospital and be put on a long-haul flight to return to the UK on July 12.
VOV.VN - A British pilot patient (patient 91) who is currently being treated at Ho Chi Minh City-based Cho Ray Hospital is making a strong recovery and is mentality stable, according to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) treatment sub-committee under the Ministry of Health.
VOV.VN - Groups of leading Vietnamese health specialists are poised to meet for the sixth national consultation this week to check on the progress of a British pilot to determine if he is healthy enough to be discharged from hospital and be put on a long-haul flight back to the UK on July 12.
VOV.VN - There has been no single fresh COVID-19 case of local transmission in Vietnam for 68 consecutive days, while one more patient suffering the novel coronavirus was released from hospital one day earlier, the Ministry of Health reported on June 23.
VOV.VN - Dr. Nguyen Tri Thuc, Director of Cho Ray Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City, said that a British pilot being treated for the novel coronavirus known as patient 91 is fully conscious on June 20 and is now capable of sitting in a wheelchair, meaning that it could be possible to purchase a business-class air ticket with accompanying medical staff in order to escort him home.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s most severe novel coronavirus (COVID-19) patient, a British pilot known as patient 91, continued on the pathway towards a miraculous recovery after undergoing three months of treatment at both the Ho Chi Minh City Hospital of Tropical Diseases and Cho Ray Hospital.
VOV.VN - Doctors working at Cho Ray Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City successfully performed a heart transplant on a male patient on June 16 after procuring the heart from a recently-deceased woman in Hanoi.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s most critical British pilot patient (patient 91) is well on the road to recovery with signs of full consciousness, good communication, and simple hand movements, doctors from Cho Ray Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City said on June 9 evening.
VOV.VN - Vietnam has entered the 54th day in a row without community transmission, with 316 cases having fully recovered from the novel coronavirus, while the total number of infections climbed to 332 after three more imported cases were confirmed over the course of June 6-8, the Ministry of Health reported on June 9.
VOV.VN - The British pilot (patient 91 in Vietnam), who is suffering from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), has seen his lungs recover 60% of their capacity while his muscle strength has also gradually improved, according to the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s most critical COVID-19 British patient known as patient 91 was disconnected from the extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) machine on June 3 after his extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) settings was gradually reduced.
VOV.VN - The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) presented its first batch of an aid package for Cho Ray Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City on June 3, with the donation containing 2,000 handbooks detailing the process of conducting infection control practice.
VOV.VN - The nation’s 19th novel coronavirus (COVID-19) case, who had been one of the country’s five most critical patients, was officially discharged from the National Hospital for Tropical Diseases on June 3.
VOV.VN - There were no new COVID-19 infections in the community for 32 consecutive days with the total number of active cases rising to 320 after an additional two cases of the novel coronavirus were confirmed on May 17, the Ministry of Health said in its May 18 update.
VOV.VN - Laboratory technicians working at the HCM City Hospital for Tropical Diseases have been working around the clock to provide urgent treatment for patients suspected of suffering from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, with health professionals testing approximately 1,000 samples each day.
The Ministry of Health on March 20 said that it has set up a specialised medical consultation group for the treatment of severe and critical COVID-19 cases in Vietnam.
Vietnam has gradually developed an effective treatment plan for coronavirus patients with 15 out of 16 infected cases successfully treated, the Ministry of Health has said.
After 20 days of treatment at Saigon's Cho Ray Hospital, a 66-year-old Chinese patient, one of Vietnam's first victims of the new coronavirus, was discharged on February 12.
The health sector of Vietnam is capable of diagnosing, treating and curing patients infected with the acute respiratory disease caused by the 2019 novel coronavirus (nCoV), Deputy Minister of Health Nguyen Truong Son has said.