Slovenia faces unprecedented strike by doctors who canceled overtime
Doctors in Slovenia have withdrawn their consent to work overtime, which could lead to significant problems for medical institutions.
Ternopil CCC responded to the death of a man who was hospitalized from a recruitment center
The Ternopil TCC promises to assist in the investigation into the death of a 49-year-old man who fainted on the territory of the Chortkiv RCC and JV and was taken to the hospital.
NATO standards in medical support of the Armed Forces: Zelensky signed the law
The law signed by President Zelenskyy introduces NATO clinical protocols and standards in the medical support of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
The pilot project "Ukrposhta. Pharmacy" pilot project is expanding to six more frontline regions
The pilot project "Ukrposhta. Pharmacy" pilot project is expanding to provide access to affordable medicines by delivering orders to six more war-affected regions of Ukraine: Zaporizhzhia, Mykolaiv, Kharkiv, Kherson, Chernihiv and Sumy regions.
An outbreak of intestinal infection in Khmelnytsky region: 12 people who tasted Caesar's became ill
12 people who ate Caesar salad at a local catering establishment in Khmelnytsky Oblast fell ill with an intestinal infection.
King of Norway hospitalized in Malaysia
The King of Norway was hospitalized in Malaysia due to an infection during a private trip to this Southeast Asian country.
Ukrainian driver dies on the border with Slovakia
A 35-year-old Ukrainian truck driver, who was waiting in line to cross the border from Ukraine to Slovakia, died while waiting in a long line.
"Are you okay?" launched a new campaign with veterans: what is this project about
The initiative aims to promote understanding and respect for the experience of veterans to help them adapt to civilian life after a trauma in war.
The Cabinet of Ministers allowed pharmacists to provide preventive vaccinations in pharmacies: what is known
The Cabinet of Ministers has authorized pharmacists to provide preventive vaccinations in pharmacies if they undergo special training and pharmacies are equipped with medical offices.
Odesa surgeon who performed 10,000 operations at the front was posthumously awarded the Order of Danylo Halytskyi
An Odesa surgeon who saved thousands of lives through surgical operations at the front has been posthumously awarded Ukraine's highest honor.
Veterans and combatants will be entitled to free dental prosthetics
The Cabinet of Ministers has approved the use of state funds for free dental prosthetics for veterans and combatants through medical institutions that are partners of the Health Service of Ukraine.
For the first time in Ukraine, Ternopil doctors removed a malignant heart tumor by autotransplantation: the operation was performed on a military man
In the Ternopil region, doctors performed the first autotransplantation operation in Ukraine to completely remove a malignant heart tumor from a serviceman.
There is a lack of donor blood of all groups in seven cities of Ukraine - Ministry of Health
According to the Ministry of Health, seven Ukrainian cities are still experiencing a shortage of donated blood of all groups.
In South Korea, doctors on strike may lose their medical license
More than 9,000 South Korean doctors have stopped working in protest, but face losing their medical licenses if they do not return by Thursday's deadline set by the deputy health minister.
Ukraine is building an extensive rehabilitation system: Lyashko told the details
Ukraine plans to build an extensive rehabilitation system that will include more than 250 multidisciplinary medical institutions and 6 specialized mono-disciplinary institutions, based on the Israeli model.
Three women were seriously injured in the russian attack on Odesa, which also killed one man
Three women were seriously injured and one man was killed during the russian attack on Odesa.
Almost half of all medical institutions in Ukraine can provide psychological services
A growing number of healthcare facilities in Ukraine are able to provide mental health services at the primary healthcare level. care. Almost 1,000 medical institutions in Ukraine have signed agreements to provide such care.
The number of animal rabies cases has doubled in Ukraine: State Service of Ukraine on Food Safety and Consumer Protection names reasons and rules of behavior with rabid animals
Due to martial law restricting oral rabies vaccination of wild animals and immunization of domestic animals, Ukraine saw a 2. 3-fold increase in rabies cases among animals in 2023 compared to 2022.
Seoul clinics operate intermittently due to massive dismissal of doctors
Due to the massive layoffs of junior doctors in protest against the increase in medical school enrollment, clinics in Seoul are operating intermittently, and the number of surgeries in major hospitals has dropped significantly.
Another 65 communities will be supported by the Resilience Program: a total of almost 100 Mental Health Support Centers are expected in Ukraine
The Social Resilience Program with the support of Olena Zelenska will expand to 65 more communities, bringing the total number of mental health support centers in Ukraine to almost 100.
In Rivne, a whole family was affected: five people, including four children, were hospitalized
A woman and her four children in Rivne were hospitalized with a preliminary diagnosis of carbon monoxide poisoning after being gassed in their own home.
Odesa Regional State Administration tells about the state of healthcare after mass dismissal of ineffective managers
Replacing ineffective managers at regional medical centers in Odesa Oblast has led to improvements such as attracting new medical equipment through international partners, finalizing plans to install a new linear accelerator, and doubling funding for the cancer center.
It will help to obtain the necessary medicines: The Ministry of Defense has agreed to cooperate with the State Service of Ukraine on Medicines
The Ministry of Defense of Ukraine has joined a working group that is considering granting permission to military units to use narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances to provide medical care to wounded soldiers.
Ukrposhta to deliver medicines to the frontline and de-occupied territories - Ministry of Reintegration
Ukrposhta will deliver medicines to Ukrainians in Sumy and Donetsk regions as part of the pilot project Ukrposhta. Pharmacy" pilot project, which aims to solve the problem of pharmacy shortages.
Attention deficit disorder could be an evolutionary advantage
The study found that participants with higher ADHD scores were more likely to leave their area and seek out new berry fields, suggesting that some ADHD traits may have helped primitive people seek out new food sources.
South Korea hands over 10 ambulances to Ukraine
South Korea donated 10 ambulances to Ukraine to provide emergency medical care during the war.
Via SMS or video call: a pilot project on silent emergency call is launched in Ukraine
A pilot project has been launched in Ukraine to allow silent emergency calls via SMS or video call to provide access to emergency services for people with disabilities or those who cannot clearly explain the reason for the call.
Three people wounded in hostile shelling in Nikopol region: doctors are fighting for the life of 87-year-old woman
Doctors are fighting for the life of an 87-year-old woman who was injured during the Russian shelling of the Nikopol region, which wounded two other people.
Almost two hundred: the Ministry of Health estimated the destruction of medical facilities over two years of war
Over the nearly two years of war, Russia has damaged or destroyed more than 1,525 Ukrainian medical facilities.
Cases of animal rabies have doubled in Kirovohrad region - residents are fined for refusing to vaccinate
Last year, the number of rabies cases in the Kirovohrad region of Ukraine increased to 100. At the same time, 43 people were brought to administrative liability for non-compliance with the requirements for providing an animal for vaccination or refusal to vaccinate it.