The Republican Specialized Center for Surgical Angioneurology is being established on the basis of the 2nd clinic of the Tashkent Medical Academy.
The program of measures on the further improvement of the activity of the ambulance service has been approved. The funds in the amount of 133 263.7 million soums and in the equivalent of $ 32,621.8 thousand will be allocated to develop the emergency aid.
This year, the Ministry of Health will improve the provision of visiting ambulance teams with medicines, medical products and supplies in accordance with approved standards.
The Cabinet of Ministers has submitted a draft resolution, if approved, to children's neurologists will be allowed to work in private clinics. To date, such an end has acquired the issue actively discussed in popular Facebook groups and has become the reason for the parents' appeal to the virtual reception of the President.
On January 5 and February 7 of the current year, at meetings with representatives of the healthcare sphere, President Shavkat Mirziyoyev set the tasks to provide the population with affordable and high-quality medicines, to eliminate unreasonable prescription of expensive medications by medical workers, and to solve problems connected with preventing overpricing in pharmacies. What was done?
Yesterday, by the Decree of the President of Uzbekistan dated March 15, the Tashkent University of Information Technologies (TUIT) was given the name of Muhammad al-Khorezmi.
In academic lyceums, in order to raise the quality of preparing students for admission to universities, pedagogical compositions will be strengthened.
The Ministry of Health continues to develop a program for the development of the oncological service until 2020. The project includes a set of measures to improve the medical care of patients with terminal stage of the disease.
The organism of a healthy person which is inclined to decease progress for the Type 2 diabetes reacts to the stress in the same way as a sick person. Based on these findings, a group of Uzbek scientists have developed and patented a new method for early detection of a predisposition to Type 2 diabetes.
The ambulance service "103" serves for more than 6 million calls every day across the country, most of which end with hospitalization. Improving emergency medical services has become one of the most significant directions of the State program "Year of dialogue with the people and human interests".
Most patients spend time in the throes of pain and searching for an answer to the question "Who will help?" before they take qualified medical care. However, more and more people in Uzbekistan have in recent years been putting an end to these types of quandaries in consultative and diagnostic centers launched nationwide.
Earlier measures designed to prevent the sale of medicines and medical products at inflated retail prices remain ineffective, and the opportunities to secure compliance with established order for state regulation of prices for socially important drugs are underutilized. Therefore, Uzbekistan’s government has taken cardinal steps that will help bring order into the pharmaceuticals market.
Republican Oncological Scientific Center of Uzbekistan and Russian Oncological Scientific Center named after Blokhin signed a memorandum of understanding.
Over the past five years the surgical activity has increased 4-6 times at the Republican Specialized Scientific and Practical Center of Phthisiology and Pulmonology. At the same time, technologies that are used by surgeons today, took the notice. Since 2016 most of the operations have been performed with endovisual technologies in the center.
Children suffering from acute leukemia do not need help of foreign experts to establish a diagnosis. The Research Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion for the first time in the country has implemented the diagnostics using biochips.
The best dental clinics of the country have become the clinical base of dental faculties of the medical universities of the country, which will contribute to the speedy implementation in the regions of advanced medical technology and training highly qualified specialists.
These days, in St. Petersburg the Republican Specialized Center of Cardiology of the Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan signed an agreement on cooperation, including in the field of translational medicine, with the Federal Almazov North-West Medical Research Center of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation.
The Ministry of Health continues to fit up medical institutions with modern high-tech equipment.
There is a seasonal increased frequency of cases of acute respiratory viral infections (ARVI) in the country. To this end, Uzbekistan Today reporter has interviewed the director of the Research Institute of Virology, professor Erkin Musabayev.
When the wait time will be reduced when calling emergency? Answering this burning question the Ministry of Health officials say: “Already this year.” For these purposes it is planned to purchase 1200 ambulance vehicles.