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.
Four patients succumbed to melioidosis (Whitmore’s disease) at a leading Hanoi hospital last month. Doctors say this is abnormal.
HCMC Oncology Hospital has begun using an application based upon artificial intelligence (AI) in the treatment of cancer, following six months of testing, speakers said at a recent seminar held in Hanoi City.
The amount of solid waste in Vietnam has kept surging with more complicated components as a result of increasing population and human activities, according to a report released.
VOV.VN - The Republic of Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) will dispatch a team of volunteer doctors to work at Da Nang Hospital for two years, providing technical support for the hospital.
People with HIV/AIDS in the southeastern province of Dong Nai who have public health insurance can now go to any medical facility for treatment without requiring a transfer order from their designated hospital.
The Ministry of Health (MoH) has sent a warning to provincial and city-level health departments, hospitals and health centres about the need to strengthen the monitoring of weather forecasts from the National Meteorological and Hydrological Forecast Centre and the implementation of medical examinations for people.
In addition to fall of cost of treatment by 15%-20%, some medical services such as MRI, X-ray, and testing services will decrease, as per the Ministry of Health’s latest circular.
A recent report in Vietnam has shed light on a worrying finding that 90% of urban household wastewater in the country is dumped directly into the environment without receiving any treatment.
Shire Singapore PTE. Ltd. (Shire) will help Vietnam improve the quality of diagnosis, treatment and management of a number of rare diseases in the country for the 2018-2023 period.
A conference was held in Hanoi on April 16 to discuss a model to provide psychological support and consultations for drug addicts before the court gives decisions on compulsory detoxification methods to them.
A five-year “HIV/AIDS Prevention, Control Project” has helped reduce HIV transmission and raised awareness to better prevent the disease in the northeast mountainous province of Cao Bang.
Nguyen M., a 61 year-old overseas Vietnamese from Sweden, typically received treatment for his heart disease in Europe.
Rescue ship SAR 27-01 of the region IV Maritime Search and Rescue Coordination Centre brought a Chinese sailor who injured in an occupational accident at sea to Nha Trang city of the central province of Khanh Hoa for treatment on July 12.
Experts from Vietnam and 17 Asian-Pacific countries gathered in Hanoi on February 20 for a five-day conference to share experience in applying nuclear medicine in cancer diagnose and treatment.
Despite difficulties in its implementation, Vietnam is utterly resolute in its plan to scale up the number of facilities that provide voluntary and diversified services of treatment to 200,000 drug addicts by 2020.
More than 400 drug addicts have returned to the rehabilitation centre where they were receiving treatment one day after breaking out of the facility on October 23.
Tran Thi Tuyet Nhung, 55, had suffered pain for two months earlier this year before she decided to visit Binh Chanh District Hospital for treatment.
The twinning relationship between border villages of the northern province of Son La and Houaphan province of Laos has helped foster cultural exchange and experience sharing in economic development between the two border localities.
HCM City plans to reduce burying of solid wastes and improve waste treatment technologies by 2030, the Department of Natural Resources and Environment has said.