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Although there is a growing middle class with increased spending power, they do not use it for healthcare as the public sector is heavily subsidised. They also don’t believe in the benefits of health insurance
With all his eagerness and enthusiasm, Dr. Rafi Kot shared some of his opinions on Vietnamese businesswomen and concerns about the health care industry in order to bring the best health services to all patients.
Family Medical Practice Danang’s opening day is 28 February 2004, over last 10 years, our medical team has been continuing to commit the best medical services to ensure a full satisfaction of the patient.
FOBISIA Primary Games 2014 is hosted by ABC International school from 29th May – 1st June. This is an exciting annual event for over 250 students and school to participate in sporting competition with 8 other schools, who are attending from Thailand, Malaysia and Nepal. Students compete in different games including athletics, swimming, T-ball and football.
Your skin is not only the most visible part of your body, it plays a cosmetic, social and life preserving role. The skin is a barrier that protects us from infections, temperature changes and dehydration. For this reason its a target for infective and inflammatory diseases.
The conference is from 7-10 May 2014 at Caravelle Hotel, distric1, HCMC. There are approximatly 500 attendants from 40 countries, they are clinicians, physicians and any other healthcare professionals working in the field of travel medicine. This is an annual conference and this year it was held in Vietnam for the first time.
Family Medical Practice, the largest foreign owned multi-disciplinary medical provider in Vietnam, this week received their license for the Carmel Hospital which will be located in the new urban area of District 2. The Carmel hospital will be owned and managed by Family Medical Practice. The hospital will be open at the beginning of the first half of 2016.
Dengue fever is a disease ranging from mild to severe — caused by four related viruses spread by the Aedes mosquito. ‘Milder’ dengue fever causes high fever, rash, severe headache, muscle and joint pain. More-severe but much rarer forms of the disease — dengue hemorrhagic fever and dengue shock syndrome — can additionally cause severe bleeding, a sudden drop in blood pressure (shock) and even death (very rare).
According to the Vietnamese Ministry of Health, nearly 50,000 dengue fever cases were reported from 48 provinces of Vietnam in 2016, of which 17 were reported dead. In Central Highlands alone, there were 7,500 cases.
Meningococcal meningitis can be fatal or cause great harm without prompt treatment. As many as one out of five people who contract the infection have serious complications. According to the Centers for Disease Control, about 15% of those who survive are left with disabilities that include deafness, brain damage, and neurological problems. Here's what you need to know about the symptoms of meningococcal meningitis and ways to prevent and treat it.