Medtech Village at Techfest 2020: Creating connectivity to revolutionise healthcare

The Medtech Village will host a seminar on November 28 as part of Techfest Vietnam 2020 to discuss digital transformation solutions to revolutionise healthcare.

The Kick-off ceremony of Medtech Village on November 19

The event is expected to see the participation of leading experts in the medical tech field in Vietnam and the world, including Cao Anh Tuan, technology director of Genetica; Nguyen Francis Tuan Anh, Technology and Solutions advisor at VMED Group; John Masud Parvez, founder and president of Vietnam Social Health Revolution; Quang Duong, technical lead of Google Health, and Tran Quoc Dung, CEO of Ominext Group, among others.

They also include representatives from the Ministry of Health, organisations, and leaders of leading businesses in the field.

The seminar is a good chance for the parties to learn more about the government’s and the Ministry of Health’s policies and orientations in the digital transformation process in the sector, digital transformation trends in the global medical sector, demands and visions about digital transformation from hospitals, and real stories from startups.

Especially, the event will have a roundtable between startups and speakers, with discussions to focus on digital transformation in the medical sector.

Being one of the 12 tech villages and communities present at Techfest Vietnam 2020, Medtech Village has the mission to connect units, organisations, and individuals to seek and support innovative projects in medical technology, while creating opportunities to connect with financial resources, development partners, and share knowledge with leading experts in the field, thus creating a startup ecosystem with sustainable development in the digital era.

As part of Techfest 2020, Medtech Village will host a number of activities to increase connectivity, cooperation, and power of the five parties: Schools – the State – Scientists – Businesses – Community in a move to create a supporting network for startups.

Ngo Thanh Son, deputy general director of VMED Group, who is also head of the Medtech Village

Ngo Thanh Son, deputy general director of VMED Group, who is also head of Medtech Village, said, “In order to gain success in digital transformation, the healthcare sector really needs creative minds, enthusiasm, and patience from businesses, and startups nationwide. The Vietnamese medical tech market is still facing many challenges because it requires intensive and thorough knowledge, is difficult to access, while consumers’ habits are difficult to change. However, promising markets such as healthcare infrastructure are not developed much and there is a marked lack of technology for management, operation, and administration and diagnosis and treatment activities.”

“Aware of the situation, VMED Group, the head of Medtech Village, and Genetica, cum head of the Village want to support startups in creating common values of international level,” he noted.

The launching ceremony of Medtech Village was held on November 19, officially kick-starting a chain of its activities to connect and support startups at Techfest 2020.

The other highlight of Medtech Village’s activities at Techfest 2020 is the seminar titled “Digital transformation solutions to revolutionise healthcare” held on November 24, as part of Techfest of the Southeast Region 2020.

By Bich Thuy

Source: Vietnam Investment Review

Medtech Village 2020 empowers healthcare revolution with digital transformation

Medtech Village with a number of activities during Techfest Vietnam 2020 has created connectivity and opportunities for startups to develop, contributing to digital transformation to revolutionise healthcare.

Medtech Village’s seminar took place on November 28

Especially, the Novembeer 28 seminar with the participation of leading experts in the field of medical technology in Vietnam and the world, as representatives from the Ministry of Health, organisations, heads of leading businesses, and startups (the highlight of the event) bringing values and lessons for all participants.

The seminar focused discussions on digital transformation trends, demands, and visions about digital transformation from hospitals, thus looking for solutions to tap into the huge potential, and to spur the process in the coming time.

Ngo Thanh Son, deputy general director of VMED Group, who is also head of Medtech Village, said, “Despite a number of challenges and difficulties, Vietnam’s medical tech market is very promising. Healthcare infrastructure is not much developed and there is a marked lack of technology for management, operation, and administration and diagnosis and treatment activities.”

Ngo Thanh Son, deputy general director of VMED Group and head of Medtech Village, made the opening remarks at the seminar

“As the head of Medtech Village, we are striving to bring the medical sector closer to technology. We and startups will together analyse and solve the problems in an appropriate and effective manner,” Son noted.

Addressing the event, Pham Hong Quat, head of National Agency for Technology Entrepreneurship and Commercialization Development under the Ministry of Science and Technology, noted that, “COVID-19 helped us realise that Vietnamese people have excellent brains, innovation, and great unity. Especially in the medical sector, technology has contributed significantly to the success in the pandemic control.”

“With such a seminar and the associated contest, VMED Group and Genetica – the leaders of Medtech Village create new ways and opportunities for startups and others to go ahead.”

Nguyen Truong Nam, deputy head of the Information Technology Department, Ministry of Health (MoH), emphasised that healthcare is one of the eight sectors that the government is giving priority to in digital transformation.

“The MoH is willing to cooperate and connect with businesses and startups to bring more advanced technology to the sector so as to improve the quality of diagnosis and treatment.”

As part of the seminar, international experts virtually shared lessons about digital transformation in the medical sector. Duong Anh Quang, representative from Google Health, said that the application of Google Health’s AI solutions in India and Thailand’s medical sectors shows that AI could help the medical sector deal with a number of hard problems. However, besides knowledge and financial capacity, successful applocation requires intensive studies about the market and practical experience.”

Talking about digital transformation at hospitals in Japan, Ominext Group shared valuable lessons for Vietnamese healthcare facilities. Ominext Group was involved in the digital transformation of 5,000 health facilities and 3,000 drug stores in Japan. Tran Quoc Dung, CEO of Ominext Group, stressed that there are some important issues that hospitals should pay attention to during the process: digital strategy, digital transformation plan; trained consulting team; specialisation in each part; and communications, and others.

Cao Anh Tuan, CEO of Genetica

Regarding real stories from startups, Cao Anh Tuan, CEO of Genetica, said that in the digital era, it is necessary to focus on the products that users and the market are looking for. For startups, money is not the most important factor. Experience from senior advisors is also necessary.

Techfest 2020 wrapped up, Medtech Village made a mark with MedON being named in the top 10. MedON represented startups of Medtech Village at the Techfest 2020 contest.

Digital transformation in the healthcare sector is an inevitable trend which is expected to make great changes in administration, diagnosis, and treatment quality, thus further improving healthcare services for all.

As the head of Medtech Village, VMED Group plans to make more moves to increase connectivity, cooperation, and the power of the five parties: schools – the state – scientists – businesses – community to fuel the sector’s digital transformation journey and creat a sustainable innovative ecosystem in the digital age.

By Bich Thuy

Source: Vietnam Investment Review

 

 

“Mobile” integrated system of operating room system – Outstanding performance thanks to modern technology

On 26 November 2020, Bac Kan Provincial General Hospital successfully performed endoscopic surgery for removal of ovarian cysts through a mobile integrated operating room system connected to information consultation from Thai Nguyen Central General Hospital.

Bac Kan Provincial General Hospital successfully performed endoscopic surgery for removal of ovarian cysts through a mobile integrated operating room system connected to Thai Nguyen Central General Hospital.

As a provincial hospital, doctors at Bac Kan Provincial General Hospital are confident in operating the surgery which is not too complicated such as endoscopic surgery for removal of ovarian cysts. However, for young female patients, doctors want to use in-depth techniques and high technology to minimize damages and preserve reproductive functions for them. Therefore, the doctors at Bac Kan Provincial general hospital decided to perform the surgery through the mobile integrated operating room system to listen to the advice and instructions from the doctors at Thai Nguyen Central general hospital.

Therefore, the doctors at Bac Kan Provincial general hospital decided to perform the surgery through the mobile integrated operating room system to listen to the advice and instructions from the doctors at Thai Nguyen Central general hospital.

Before performing the surgery, doctors of Bac Kan Provincial General Hospital and Thai Nguyen Central general hospital exchanged information about the patient’s condition to make clinical diagnosis and choose the most suitable and effective method. During the procedure, doctors at Thai Nguyen Central General Hospital closely followed the patient’s condition through the integrated mobile operating room system, discussed and gave the best indications for patients. At the end of the operation, the tumor was removed without harming the patient’s ovaries.
After the surgery, Dr. Dam Thi Tanh – Department of Surgery of Bac Kan Provincial General Hospital said that: “Through the integrated mobile operating room system, we could exchange two-way information with Thai Nguyen Central General Hospital, listened to helpful advices and gained a lot of experience from the teachers to successfully complete the surgery. I do believe that thanks to the support of teachers and contribution of modern technology, Bac Kan Provincial General Hospital will be more proactive and confident in solving the arising situations as well as complicated surgeries that requires high expertise”.

During the operation, doctors at Thai Nguyen Central General Hospital consulted with doctors at Bac Kan Provincial General Hospital and gave the best indications for patients.

The mobile integrated operating room system developed by Vietmedical – a member of VMED Group includes: endoscopic surgery system, patient monitoring machine, CCTV system from a wide angle of operating room to CCTV camera within surgery room. Thanks to a system of high-quality equipment, with many integrated modern features, doctors easily exchange, connect, closely grasp the patient’s condition, thereby making accurate and timely decisions.
The mobile integrated operating room system supported the surgical team to transmit the direct images of the surgery in real time to the bridge points. Image signals are arranged in many different frames to help doctors at the bridge points easily observe and monitor throughout the operation. In addition, the mobile integrated operating room system allows storage of all information and images of the endoscopic process for convenient retrieval after surgery.

The mobile integrated operating room system developed by Vietmedical – a member of VMED Group owns a high-quality equipment system, with many integrated modern features to help doctors easily exchange and connect.

The surgical monitors are integrated on the system to enhance the observation angles for the entire surgical team. The console on the nurse’s workstation is flexible and such surgical monitors are customized to display bridge points for easy two-way interaction (connected operating room and bridge points).
The mobile integrated operating room system belongs to the intensive remote examination and treatment solution of VMED Group for introduction of a form of treatment with multidimensional benefits to upper level hospitals, doctors at lower level facilities and especially for patients across the country.

Digital transformation – Multiple tracks, one finish line

Mr. Nguyen Francis Tuan Anh, senior consultant on technology and solutions of VMED Group, talks about the topic “Journey to a digital future” at the ASEAN Young Entrepreneurs Carnival 2020

Mr. Nguyen Francis Tuan Anh, senior consultant on technology and solutions of VMED Group, talks about the topic “Journey to a digital future” at the ASEAN Young Entrepreneurs Carnival 2020
In 2020, as the Chairman of the ASEAN Young Entrepreneurs Council, the Vietnam Young Entrepreneurs Association decided to organize the ASEAN Young Entrepreneurs Carnival through the direct broadcast in Vietnam and online connection with the ASEAN Young Entrepreneurs Association. This year’s ASEAN Young Entrepreneurs Carnival has a very special meaning, demonstrating the creativity of ASEAN young entrepreneurs for the target of realizing the Vision of a “Cohesive and Responsive” ASEAN – overcoming difficulties, maintaining and developing.
Understanding “Digital – Digital Transformation” and world trends
Speaking at the conference, Mr. Nguyen Francis Tuan Anh said: “A digital breakthrough is the application of digital technology to increase the values for customers by conversion of markets, products or channels”. To do this, Mr. Nguyen Francis Tuan Anh gave three important factors: understanding customer views about digital breakthroughs, determining the financial resources for implementation and the ultimate goal of digital transformation is to increase value for customers. In addition, Mr. Tuan Anh showed three digital breakthrough models: breakthroughs of market, product and distribution channel.
Mr. Tuan Anh assessed that the market breakthrough has boomed over the years, including two types of markets: the asset-sharing economic model such as Airbnb, Homeaway, Zilok, Turo, etc and the worker-sharing economic model such as Grab, BE, Eatwith, Rover, Feastly, etc.
Regarding the product breakthrough through serviceization, this breakthrough occurs when companies use the internet to deliver content over software or to deliver content as a service. As such, software is the value of the product and the product becomes a service supply platform.
Regarding the distribution channel breakthrough, the business should eliminate middlemen or transform the channel structure to create better economy and superior customer experience. Specifically, it is necessary to eliminate middlemen with low added value; use logistics as a competitive advantage; and especially use customer data as a competitive advantage.
How should businesses operating in the health sector implement digital transformation?
It can be clearly seen that the digital breakthrough is forcing businesses to transform digitally by application of digital technologies into the company’s operations and interaction with customers to improve performance, create the superior customer experience and design innovative business models.
As a senior advisor on technology and solutions, Mr. Tuan Anh has co-operated with VMED Group in the digital transformation at businesses as well as community activities in the healthcare technology. Digital transformation in the healthcare technology has many difficulties and challenges due to the requirements of in-depth knowledge, difficulties in access and change of user habits. However, this is also a potential market when Vietnam’s healthcare infrastructure has been incomplete and under shortage of technological elements in management, medical examination and treatment.
VMED Group pioneers digital transformation through high-tech products, solutions and connection activities in the startup community.
In addition to providing the market with hi-tech products and solutions according to international standards and in line with characteristics and needs of the Vietnamese market, VMED Group is a pioneer in the startup connection in the healthcare technology. Attending Techfest Vietnam 2020, as the Chief of Medtech Village, VMED Group has successfully completed the task of orientation, consultation and maximum support for teams.

Kick off ceremony for connection of teams of Techfest Vietnam 2020 Medtech village was organized at the office of the Head of Medtech village – VMED Group.

In particular, in the framework of the Techfest Vietnam 2020, VMED Group introduced to the startup community two community platforms named Scale Vietnam and Medtech Tribe developed to become a bridge, bringing Vietnam healthcare intelligence to the world. Scale Vietnam and Medtech Tribe are established with the desire to create a community that connects financial resources, development partners, shares knowledge from leading experts in the healthcare sector and create an ecosystem with innovation, sustainable development according to the digital transformation trend. Medtech Tribe functions to organize seminars and conference on orientation and expertise in the Medtech field to startups (Members of Medtech Tribe). On this basis, Medtech Tribe selects excellent agents and continues to provide intensive support at the “Incubation of Healthcare IT startups – Scale Vietnam”. Scale Vietnam continues to build up and connect a vibrant startup community – an environment for startups to get direct access to domestic and international investors, professionals and the Government. Furthermore, Scale Vietnam provides a space for members to work together – study and cooperate, create the lasting collective values.

Mr. Nguyen Francis Tuan Anh, senior consultant on technology and solutions of VMED Group shared about Scale Vietnam and Medtech Tribe in the framework of Techfest Vietnam 2020

Mr. Ngo Thanh Son (second from left) – Deputy General Director of VMED Group attended the Southeast Asia Techfest Vietnam 2020

It can be clearly seen that digital transformation is the inevitable choice of every Vietnamese enterprises on the path of integration. However, like a long-distance competition, there is only one finish line, however, there are multi-tracks. To become the first comer, in addition to their own efforts, young enterprises should choose wise strategies, listen and connect with investors, become a “key” agent in a strong community, nurture and gradually realize the dream of” reaching out to the big sea”./.”

PACS Cloud Conference – Making consensus and implementing pacs in the fastest time

On October 6, 2020, under the direction of the Department of Information Technology – Health Department, the program “Conference on PACS Cloud and IT Criteria for remote medical activities” was held at the office of VMED Group with the participation of many related departments and enterprises, which are researching and implementing PACS Cloud.

PACS Cloud Conference – Unify and plan the implementation of PACS on a large scale in the fastest time

In the beginning, Prof. Nguyen Quy Tuong – Director of the Department of Information Technology – Ministry of Health made the opening speech, declaring the reason as well as thanking VMED Group for accompanying the Department of Information Technology – Ministry of Health to implement the seminar. .

Prof. Nguyen Quy Tuong – Director of the Department of Information Technology – Ministry of Health delivered the opening speech, stated the reason as well as thanked VMED Group for accompanying the Department of Information Technology – Ministry of Health to implement the seminar

Prof. Nguyen Quy Tuong emphasized: “Up to now, there are 23 hospitals innationwide implementing PACS. Therefore, it is necessary to have documentation on the PACS model and implementation mechanism. The implementation of PACS is an indispensable step in the implementation of the electronic medical record because apart from information, the scanned image is also extremely important ”.

The report from the representative of Inext Tech – Ho Chi Minh University of Technology also pointed out that in order to maximize the effectiveness of remote examination and treatment, we need to digitize data and standardize according to standards. international standards. The implementation of PACS on a large scale helps hospitals to have high quality data sources, meeting multi-point consultation as well as professionally storing medical information.

The report from the representative of Inext Tech – Ho Chi Minh University of Technology pointed out that in order to maximize the effectiveness of remote examination and treatment, we need to digitize data and standardize pursuant to international standards

At the event, Mr. Ngo Thanh Son – Deputy General Director of VMED Group also commented on the benefits of PACS and the optimal plan to deploy PACS on a large scale in the form of data storage partition. According to Mr. Ngo Thanh Son, PACS is the general trend of the health sector in the world and Vietnam cannot be out of this development cycle. By implementing PACS quickly and on a large scale, we will save costs in facilities and gradually develop a habit of using high technology in medical examination and treatment – the foundation for building “medical medicine”. Fact number ”.

Mr. Ngo Thanh Son – Deputy General Director of VMED Group introduced Showroom with smart operating room and modern training simulation system to the guests.

The guests of the program also visited the showroom of VMED Group with its smart operating room and modern simulation training system, known as one of the ten largest customer experience centers in Southeast Asia.

Guests visit the VMED Showroom – known as one of the 10 largest customer experience centers in Southeast Asia

The seminar is an “open forum”, where the opinions are expressed frankly and positively with the greatest desire to quickly and effectively deploy PACS, solve the problem of “input data quality”, contribute part to accelerate the process of “digitizing the health sector” ./.

PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) is a medical imaging technology that provides the place to store, retrieve, manage, distribute, and display images. PACS helps reduce the traditional form of film printing in healthcare settings. PACS system allows to capture, store, view and share all types of images for medical purposes.

Infomed – member of VMED Group has been researching and developing PACS solution, which is capable of managing more than 20 million images, 12 petabytes of data, storing and processing 152 images per second with many advanced features fully integrated.

VMED Group brings “intensive solutions “to the 2020 National Health Digital Transformation Conference

 VMED Group brings the intensive and comprehensive foundations and solutions to the 2020 National Health Digital Transformation Conference

Speaking at the program, Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung emphasized: “Digital transformation is the next development of information technology application, however, it is a breakthrough development. The breakthrough is that the digital transformation gives the poorest access to the best services at a very low price. The breakthrough is that, each individual and every small business is able to get access to national and global markets and thereby, motivating everyone to create and do business. The breakthrough is expressed by the fact that the digital transformation does not force us to go through the stage of catching up, getting along together and then going beyond; it allows us to take the lead from the beginning and then make breakthroughs to move forward to change the rankings”.

Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung spoke at the conference about breakthroughs in digital transformation

Understanding the market needs as well as the difficulties and concerns of healthcare system, doctors and patients, VMED Group implemented intensive studies and developed a series of essential and comprehensive solutions and solve existing problems in medical technology.
At the exhibition space, VMED Group introduced to guests about the “National Health Data Center according to FHIR standards” with exclusive technology performing 20 million concurrent transactions, collecting all information of medical examination and treatment of healthcare facilities according to FHIR standards. In addition, “PACS Cloud centralized medical image integration and connection axis” – the technology of storage, management and sharing of medical images developed by Infomed – a member of VMED Group received a lot of attention thanks to the rapid, simple and economical deployment for all sizes of hospitals and clinics.

Minister of Health – Nguyen Thanh Long acknowledged and highly appreciated the platforms introduced by VMED Group at the Conference

In particular, VMED Group’s tele-medicine platform creates a good impression by the direct connection from the clinic of Van Lang commune – Thai Nguyen to the specialists at the conference. The outstanding value of this solution is the connection of lower-level patient data to the real-time center. Specifically, doctors at higher levels can directly monitor the patient’s survival indicators by high-tech equipment, correctly and comprehensively meeting the requirements of expertise in the examination, diagnosis and treatment for patients. Thanks to the “digital referral” technology, although the patients are being treated at the local hospital, they are still examined by doctors at the central level through the support of diagnosis and treatment. By this method, the patient will save referral costs and the risks during travel are reduced, especially in the situation of critical illness. In other words, people can get access to the good-quality health services from the upper and central levels at lower- level healthcare facilities at a much lower cost compared to referral. This is also one of the criteria stated by Minister Nguyen Manh Hung in his speech on the breakthrough development of digital transformation.
VMED Group’s tele-medicine platform creates a good impression by the direct connection from the clinic of Van Lang commune – Thai Nguyen to the specialists at the conference.

VMED Group’s tele-medicine platform creates a good impression by the direct connection from the clinic of Van Lang commune – Thai Nguyen to the specialists at the conference.

At the event, Mr. Ngo Thanh Son – Deputy General Director of VMED Group made a speech on the situation, solutions and proposed implementation roadmap as well as outstanding benefits of PACS Cloud. Not only contributing to saving the film printing costs, environment protection, bringing great values to the community and society, PACS CLOUD also plays a key role in the development and implementation of electronic medical records. Quoting Assoc. Prof. Dr. Tran Quy Tuong, Director of Information Technology Department under the Ministry of Health, Mr. Ngo Thanh Son affirmed that: “Successful implementation of electronic medical records means that the digital transformation is completed by 70%. And one of the factors that greatly affects the implementation of electronic medical records is PACS. Through dedications to research on PACS, VMED Group shows the carefulness and proper strategy from the very beginning step on the path of medical number transformation”.

Mr. Ngo Thanh Son – Deputy General Director of VMED Group gave an in-depth speech about the current situation, solutions and proposed implementation roadmap as well as outstanding benefits of PACS Cloud.

As stated by Minister Nguyen Manh Hung: “Anyone who dares to pilot the new one, soon applies the new one, dares to give the new a birth certificate, this person will have a chance to succeed, break through and change rankings”, VMED Group is confident with its breakthrough, intensive and dedicated direction to bring the valuable and right-direction “solutions” to the “hard problems “of health sector./.

The nursing career chose me

In the 1854-1855 years, the Crimean war broke out and the number of British soldiers dying from sickness increased by 10 times due to the shortage of doctors, rare medicine, terrible sanitary conditions and spreading infection. Ms. Florence Nightingale – Leader of the nursing team taking care of wounded and sick soldiers of the British Royal Army, together with the nurses, alternately cleaned the hospital, medical equipment, reorganized the patient care system, disinfected and organized to clear up sewers and create ventilation, thereby reducing the death rate of wounded soldiers due to infection from 42% to 2%. She was the first person to establish a foundation on sanitation in medical facilities.
The annual International Nurses Day is celebrated by countries around the world on 12 May – the birthday of Ms. Florence Nightingale, to commemorate her great contribution to the establishment and development of the modern nursing profession as well as the recognition and honor of society on the role of nurses in taking care of people, especially patients. Florence Nightingale is the spiritual mother of nurses around the world.
Elizabeth Kenny is an Australian nurse and health manager who goes against the ideology and wisdom of conventional medicine and advocates treatment of muscles affected by polio with a moist warm compress and exercises instead of fixing them with braces. After many studies, she concluded that stiff muscles must be relaxed if the effects of the disease relieve. The procedures performed by her for muscles revival are the foundation of physiotherapy that are later known as modern physiotherapy.
Jean Ward invented the phototherapy in 1956. She often took babies out to enjoy the fresh atmosphere and expose them to sunlight in the belief that it will be good for them. After a time, she began to realize that the jaundiced infants had skin improved after their exposure to light. From such fact, phototherapy was developed as a popular treatment for jaundice in infants.
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In February 1949, in a letter sent to the first nursing class at Interzone I, Uncle Ho wrote “Nursing is not only a profession but also an obligation… The nurse keeps an important role in preservation and improvement of the people’s health. The Nurses are soldiers that fight sickness to protect the well-being of the race. The military nurses should be willing to suffer from hardships and difficulties; should be full of humanity and sacrifice, etc “. Uncle Ho’s advice affirms the important role of nurses in the cause of people’s health protection and care.
Ms. Vi Thi Nguyet Ho is a person who attaches great importance to training and maintaining standards of practice in the operating room; leads the development of Surgical Nursing in particular and Nursing in general. She is the founder of the Vietnam Nurses Association.
MSc. Pham Duc Muc – Chairman of the Vietnam Nurses Association said: “Medicine is the art of healing – Nursing is the art of taking care of the sick”. Nursing is not a profession to assist doctors but a profession to assist patients. The nurse’s work has a much broader scope than performing the doctor’s orders. The nurse’s duty is to take care of the sick.
Millions of nurses around the world are playing a pivotal role in the healthcare system. They are in charge of checking patient’s condition, prescribing medicine; fully preparing tools, supporting surgeons, making an important contribution to the success of surgeries and performing other tasks to serve the primary health care and recovery for patients. Those are people who devote all their hearts, enthusiasm and make great efforts to develop and aspire to bring health, joy and happiness, and spark hope for all.
Every nurse – every healthcare professional, thanks to silent dedication and sacrifice, plays a very important role in the healthcare of the whole population and achievement of common healthcare goals.
Vietmedical would like to express our deep thanks for valuable experiences and enthusiastic shares of nurses across the country in the journey to help us gradually improve products and solutions. For the common goal of healthcare quality improvement for residents in Vietnam!”

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CME 2020: Vietmedical offers completed solutions for spinal surgery

The comprehensive solutions for spinal surgery introduced in CME 2020 have attracted the attention of leading specialists and doctors in neurosurgery in Vietnam.

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On 4th and 5th of December, the CME 2020 program organized by the Vietnam Association of Neurosurgery was successfully held in Da Lat. This is an annual program to promote the exchange of knowledge and professional experience between the leading experts, doctors and colleagues across the country in neurosurgery field.

CME 2020 includes training programs in practical pedagogy on bone models: Disc removal surgery and anterior cervical spine welding using independent graft, Disc resection and bone welding the anterior cervical spine used independent graft and updated the advances in Neurosurgery such as laparoscopic pituitary tumor surgery, cerebrovascular bypass surgery, less invasive surgery in the tumor; spondylolisthesis slip treatment with less invasive technique, lumbar spinal stenosis treatment with less invasive technique; spinal disc herniation surgery by endoscopy; Post-spinal stiffening failure syndrome.

Vietmedical provides a comprehensive solution for spine surgery in Vietnam.

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