Heated discussion continues on our portal www.ut.uz on Facebook about the Ministry of Healthcare considering the possibility of setting up branches of foreign clinics in our country.
Every year about 40 thousand Uzbekistan residents go abroad for medical treatment. For the improvement of the quality of medical care, protection and development of medicine in Uzbekistan President Shavkat Mirziyoyev has proposed to open branches of leading foreign clinics in our country.
Orthopedics and traumatology specialists for the last for 25 years, almost seven times increased the number of surgery treatments, including through the introduction of advanced technologies, which allow to quickly put the patient on feet.
The resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers ‘On measures to further optimize the structure of medical facilities and improve the healthcare worker salaries in Uzbekistan’ identifies priority areas to develop in coming years.
The Khorezm regional prenatal center today is experiencing the increase in birth of twins. If in 2015 there were born 189 twins, then within ten months of 2016, this number has grown to 196.
Another meeting held within the Uzbekistan Today project ‘Access Time’ turned interesting as the director of the Research Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics, Professor Mirhakim Azizov provided quite an objective assessment of the service and told about the prospects of its development. The director dwelled upon these aspects.
Patients of the Research Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics will no longer have to go to other clinics for tomography. The new unit that is under construction now will have two tomography scanners - computer and magnetic resonance.
Specialist doctors from New Delhi based BLK Super Speciality Hospital have visited Republican Research Center of Emergency Medicine of Uzbekistan (RRCEM) as part of the Memorandum of Understanding and collaboration, which enables cultural, educational, scientific and medical cooperation between both the hospitals.
Now any pharmacy in Uzbekistan will have at least 70 types of drugs and six names of medical products on the approved list.
According to the results of research conducted with the participation of the World Health Organization experts, Uzbekistan citizens should reduce salt intake to three times.
From the new year Uzbekistan citizens will be able to purchase 167 names of socially important medicines and 22 names of medical products, the most widely used in medical practice, at new prices.
Numerous events have been carried out throughout the country timed for the 14th of November – the International Day to Combat Diabetes. Doctors and volunteers have again reminded the simplest rules for prevention and treatment of diabetes.
It has become a tradition with the national system of healthcare in recent years to introduce advanced technologies with the opening of every new clinic.
Anti influenza vaccine production has been launched in Uzbekistan. This will enable the country to increase the vaccination coverage up to the levels recommended by the World Health Organization, according to experts.
In accordance with a law adopted on 12 September 2006 at the initiative of the country’s First President Islam Karimov “On establishing Medical Workers’ Day in the Republic of Uzbekistan”, Medical Workers’ Day is widely celebrated in this country on the second Sunday of November every year.
“Hygienic requirements for organization of nutrition of sports schools students” sanitary rules and norms have been introduced for the first time in Uzbekistan.
Reanimobiles were transferred to district and city medical associations of the Fergana region in the framework of the project “Health-3”.
The Acting President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev has signed a Resolution ‘On measures on further improvement of public provision of medicines and medical products.’
Uzbekistan for the first time has introduced the sanitary rules and hygienic standards ‘Hygienic requirements for the nutrition of children in sports schools.’
Previously, parents raising children with disabilities had two ways: to take after them independently, to send them to Muruvvat Nursing Houses for children with disabilities. Now it turns possible to use the services of day care groups.