Vietnamese returnee: ‘It’d have cost me a fortune if I had been in the US’

Vietnamese returnee: ‘It’d have cost me a fortune if I had been in the US’

Ms. N.P.L, 19, known as “patient 323” in Vietnam, was surprised by the dedication of Vietnamese doctors during her treatment, saying she didn’t have to pay a penny for the treatment.
Coronavirus miraculous recovery of critical ill British pilot patient, stopping ECMO intervention

Coronavirus miraculous recovery of critical ill British pilot patient, stopping ECMO intervention

The ECMO discontinuation considered an important factor for the patient 91's recovery process showing that the patient's heart and lung function are recovering well without the need for replacement equipment.
COVID-19 treatment: South Korea, India authorise emergency use of remdesivir

COVID-19 treatment: South Korea, India authorise emergency use of remdesivir

South Korea and India said on Wednesday they have approved the emergency use of Gilead Sciences Inc's remdesivir to treat COVID-19 after a government panel last week cited positive results for the anti-viral drug in other countries.
Critically ill British pilot coronavirus patient smiles, shakes hands with doctors

Critically ill British pilot coronavirus patient smiles, shakes hands with doctors

The critically ill British pilot, coronavirus patient, for the first time during the treatment was able to smile when doctors talked to him on June 2.
Critical ill British pilot coronavirus patient: His vitality boosted amazingly

Critical ill British pilot coronavirus patient: His vitality boosted amazingly

Latest information from the Treatment Subcommittee - National Steering Committee on COVID-19 prevention and control, the health of critically ill British pilot, Patient 91, currently being treated at Cho Ray Hospital (HCMC) has many positive signals.
COVID-19 treatment: WHO suspends trial of hydroxychloroquine over safety concerns

COVID-19 treatment: WHO suspends trial of hydroxychloroquine over safety concerns

The World Health Organization has suspended testing the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine in COVID-19 patients due to safety concerns, Reuters cited its Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on May 25.
Severe Vitamin D deficiency and COVID-19 mortality rate strongly correlate

Severe Vitamin D deficiency and COVID-19 mortality rate strongly correlate

In the current research, British scientists said vitamin D modulates the response of white blood cells, preventing them from releasing too many inflammatory molecules.
Remdesivir approved for COVID-19 treatment in Japan

Remdesivir approved for COVID-19 treatment in Japan

Japan on Thursday became the second country, after the US, to authorise the antiviral drug remdesivir to treat coronavirus patients, the governent said, concurently concurently eyeing to approving another medication Avigan this month.
Coronavirus breakthrough: German scientist find antibodies blocks infection by SARS-CoV-2 in cells 

Coronavirus breakthrough: German scientist find antibodies blocks infection by SARS-CoV-2 in cells 

Scientists have detected an antibody that is capable of blocking the coronavirus from entering cells, providing a much-needed shield for severely ill patients. The discovery is an initial step towards developing a fully human antibody to treat or prevent deadly respiratory disease. 
COVID-19 treatment: Japan to free-provide Avigan to 38 countries this week

COVID-19 treatment: Japan to free-provide Avigan to 38 countries this week

Japan's Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi said April 28 that Japan will begin providing the anti-flu drug Avigan for free to 38 countries as early as this week for treating patients with the new coronavirus, reported Kyodo News on April 29.
Video: Vietnam, UK work together to find medicines for COVID-19 treatment and prevention

Video: Vietnam, UK work together to find medicines for COVID-19 treatment and prevention

The UK’s Oxford University Clinical Research Unit, in collaboration with Vietnam’s Ministry of Heath and Ho Chi Minh city Hospital for Tropical Diseases are conducting a study to assess the safety and effectiveness of chloroquine on COVID-19 treatment.    
Experts urge caution when using Avigan as COVID-19 treatment

Experts urge caution when using Avigan as COVID-19 treatment

The anti-influenza drug Avigan was promoted as a possible game-changer in the fight against the coronavirus, but medical experts have called for caution, citing its side effects and unproven efficacy, reported Japan's Kyodo News on April 23.
800 Vietnamese doctors to test BCG vaccine for COVID-19 prevention

800 Vietnamese doctors to test BCG vaccine for COVID-19 prevention

800 Vietnamese healthcare professionals will participate in a tuberculosis (BCG) vaccine trial in order to find whether the vaccine can be useful in COVID-19 prevention.    
Family of Vietnamese German who died from coronavirus donates his body to science

Family of Vietnamese German who died from coronavirus donates his body to science

A 58-year-old German man of Vietnamese origin died last Saturday of COVID-19. His family has agreed to donate the late man's body to science for research on the virus.    
Vietnamese offer to assist British Prime Minister’s COVID-19 treatment

Vietnamese offer to assist British Prime Minister’s COVID-19 treatment

Vietnamese health experts yesterday said they were willing to participate in the consultation and co-treatment of COVID-19 for the British Prime Minister.    
Bill Gates is spending billions to produce 7 potential coronavirus vaccines

Bill Gates is spending billions to produce 7 potential coronavirus vaccines

The Microsoft billionaire is plugging money into building factories for seven promising coronavirus vaccine candidates, even though the philanthropic foundation would end up picking only one or two of the seven, meaning billions of dollars spent would be abandoned.
Russia claims to have successfully manufacture three COVID-19 drugs

Russia claims to have successfully manufacture three COVID-19 drugs 1

The three drugs are Triazavirin, Favipiravir and the Japanese based Fortepren drug, Vladimir Checkhonin, Vice President of the Russian Academy of Sciences told Sputnik in a statement on March 29.
COVID-19 Florida man claims drug touted by Trump brought him back to life

COVID-19 Florida man claims drug touted by Trump brought him back to life

Rio Giardinieri, 52, who was positive for COVID-19 and sent home by hospital, claims he was saved from certain death after taking hydroxychloroquine - an anti-malarial drug touted as a possible treatment by President Trump.  
HCMC announces a list of medical facilities available for foreigners

HCMC announces a list of medical facilities available for foreigners

Ho Chi Minh City’s Department of Health has announced a list of medical facilities including their locations, which may provide foreign arrivals Covid-19 check and treatment services.
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