Li Ding (L) receives a bouquet of flowers from a doctor upon his discharge from Cho Ray Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, February 12, 2020. Photo: Duyen Phan / Tuoi Tre In the 28-year-old son’s case, doctors merely tried to support his body by reducing fever, enhancing personal hygiene, cleaning the throat, keeping his room airy, and providing him with physical therapy and an approriate diet. … [Read more...] about How doctors in Vietnam are treating patients with new coronavirus disease?
One on one physical therapy
● One approach is to prescribe sequential drug treatments for disorders that are the most likely causes of your pelvic pain. As an example, endometriosis is the most common gynecologic cause of chronic pelvic pain. If your provider thinks you might have endometriosis, they might start you on treatment for this condition for a trial. If your pain does not improve, your provider will try a different treatment. If one of these treatments relieves the pelvic pain, then the likelihood that endometriosis is causing your pain increases. However, it is important to note that improvement in symptoms is not an absolute confirmation of diagnosis since treatment effects are often not specific. … [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 three-day workshop, under the theme “Understanding and Navigating Trauma and Resilience”, is designed to give participants an overview and experiential exploration of psychological emergency response, psychological first aid, neuroscience of trauma, spiritual trauma care, application of creative arts therapy in responding to trauma and building resilience, and how ritual and ceremony can be an important part of trauma recovery. … [Read more...] about Workshops on creative arts therapy in HCMC, Hanoi
PORT-AU-PRINCE -- Fifteen children died in a fire that swept overnight through an orphanage in Haiti run by a U.S. religious group, authorities said on Friday, triggering renewed controversy over the hundreds of unlicensed orphanages in the poorest nation in the Americas. … [Read more...] about Haiti orphanage fire kills 15, renews debate over unlicensed orphanages