Under the National Leprosy Control Programme in Vietnam which focuses on reaching the target for leprosy elimination in accordance with the country’s standards, a detection skills and leprosy patients management traning programme for health workers from Central-Highlands is held yearly by Quyhoa Natinal Leprosy Dermatology Hospital (QuyhoaNDH).
World leaders today signalled an unprecedented level of attention to curb the spread of infections that are resistant to antimicrobial medicines.
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) happens when bacteria, viruses, parasites, and fungi develop resistance against medicines that were previously able to cure them.
At present, the level of training of medical staff in Vietnam is low, not reaching the average level of other countries in the region and increasing healthcare needs of the people. Based on the demand and real situation on improving the quality of medical staff; the capacity of teachers, facilities and curriculum which is compiled by QuyhoaNDH; Pursuant to the Circular No. 07/2008/TT-BYT of May 28, 2008 on the CME for medical staff, QuyhoaNDH has been recodnized as the CME unit for health sector by the ministry of Health.
Today, a meeting reviewing the ACI cleft lip and palate mission from April 9-15 is held at Quyhoa National Leprosy Dermatology Hospital. During the week, ACI collaborated with QuyhoaNDH to give assessment to 82 patients, 46 of whom were operated.
Receiving the invitation from Director of Quyhoa National Leprosy-Dermatology Hospital (QuyhoaNDH), New Zealand - Viet Nam Health Trust Mission including a surgeon and a physiotherapist, paid a working visit to the Hospital from Mach 26-31. In the framework of the visit, the two experts had attended the Workshop on Innovations in joint arthroscopy, arthroplasty and PRP hold by QuyhoaNDH in March 26-27.
Mission ACI performing surgeries free of charge for cleft patients at QuyhoaNDH
Aiming at regaining smiles for patients, especially children suffering from cleft lip and palate, a surgical program free of charge for cleft patients will be held, under the cooperation between Asia Connection Inc. (ACI), QuyhoaNDH and Binhdinh Red Cross, at QuyhoaNDH from April 9-15.
This strain of gonorrhea bacteria, called A8806, was discovered in late 2013 in a European woman who was traveling in Australia. The woman went to a sexual health clinic because she was experiencing vaginal discharge, and tested positive for gonorrhea. The week before, the woman had had sex with a new partner, who was also a European traveler, the report said.