Doctor Nguyen Ngoc Sang, who is working at the Department for Tropical Diseases at Cho Ray Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 5, told Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper how the doctors treated the two Chinese men Li Ding and Li Zichao, who were the first two new coronavirus-infected patients confirmed in Vietnam last month, with supportive care. … [Read more...] about How doctors in Vietnam are treating patients with new coronavirus disease?
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Surgery to cut some of the nerves in the pelvis (presacral neurectomy) has also been studied as a treatment for chronic pelvic pain. However, this approach has shown effectiveness mostly for cyclical midline pelvic pain and has additional surgical risks, so it is not recommended for most women. … [Read more...] about Chronic pelvic pain in women (part 2)
A doctor look at an image as he checks a patient who is infected by the COVID-19 coronavirus at the Wuhan Red Cross Hospital in Wuhan in China's central Hubei province. (STR/AFP) A top emergency expert at the World Health Organization (WHO) said later that using convalescent plasma was a "very valid" approach to test, but that it was important to get the timing right to maximise the boost to a patient's immunity. … [Read more...] about Chinese doctors ‘using plasma therapy’ on COVID-19 patients
The therapist uses himself or herself as an instrument and tool of practice and engages in a life-long learning through reflection, creative processes, self care and supervision. The theoretical basis is formed by integrative theory, person-centered psychodynamic therapy, relational and systemic approaches, and multimodal use of the creative arts. … [Read more...] about Workshops on creative arts therapy in HCMC, Hanoi
Poverty, disability and a lack of access to basic healthcare, education and social services mean many Haitian parents send their children to orphanages or wealthier relatives or acquaintances. Those taken in by relatives are often used as servants or isolated from children in the household and seldom sent to school, critics say. … [Read more...] about Haiti orphanage fire kills 15, renews debate over unlicensed orphanages