When a helicopter rushed an unconscious Czech woman who had suffered a severe stroke to hospital in April, her chances of survival were slim — and those of the foetus she had carried in her womb for 15 weeks little better.
We need to stop talking about nurses’ pay. Before people start thinking I’ve been to the Conservative Party’s HQ for the forced consumption of a vat of government Kool-Aid, I should explain what I mean by that.
There have been about three weeks of daily protests and on Thursday students pledged to rally in the commercial hub of Yangon, with demonstrators urged to bring text books promoting military education so they can destroy them at the protest.
After President Duterte further relaxed quarantine restrictions and allowed more businesses to reopen, leaders of nearly 100 medical organisations held an online news conference and warned that the health system may collapse as many medical personnel fall ill or resign out of fear, fatigue or poor working conditions.
The government said its goal to increase the number of medical students by 4,000 over the next 10 years was necessary to better prepare for public health crises like the coronavirus pandemic.
Mujeeb was put on a ventilator and was admitted at the ICU to stabilize his condition. “He was operated on for an emergency insertion of a drain in is his brain to remove excess fluid and blood and for the pressure in his brain to be closely monitored.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, has rightly praised the launch of the “Waterfall Initiative,” a virtual initiative for continuous learning and specialised training to be launched by the UAE.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid tweeted, "Thank you…our heroes ... Thank you…our frontline ... Thank you… the safety and health valve in our country."
'We are proud to be national leaders of good practice and inclusivity. We believe we're the first Trust in the UK to introduce disposable sterile headscarves for staff to use in our Operating Theatres thanks to former Royal Derby Hospital Medical Student, Farah Roslan.'