Vietnamese in Japan makes ventilators for Covid-19 patients

Vietnamese in Japan makes ventilators for Covid-19 patients

From the experience of making MV20 ventilators, an overseas Vietnamese in Japan is cherishing a project to design a 4.0 mask with an air filter, which is safe for users and the surrounding environment.
Vietnam gifts masks, ventilators to support Cambodia against Covid-19

Vietnam gifts masks, ventilators to support Cambodia against Covid-19

The Vietnam Government has provided more than 2 million masks and 800 ventilators to help Cambodia respond to the Covid-19 pandemic.
US, China donate ventilators, masks to Vietnam to respond to COVID-19

US, China donate ventilators, masks to Vietnam to respond to COVID-19

On September 30, Ambassador of US, Daniel J.Kritenbrink announced that the US Government, through USAID, is providing 100 American-made respiratory ventilators to Vietnam to further boost the country’s capacity to fight COVID-19 as well as technical support for installation and training of these machines in the recipient hospitals.
Hanoi University designs ventilator to fight against Covid-19

Hanoi University designs ventilator to fight against Covid-19

Academics and students at a Hanoi university have designed and built a ventilator to help the country fight COVID-19, and they can produce up to 500 machines a month for hospitals and health centres nationwide.
Ventilator Made in Vietnam in Covid-19 fight

Ventilator Made in Vietnam in Covid-19 fight

The Government of Vietnam has recently asked the Ministry of Health to work closely with domestic businesses to manufacture ventilators for hospitals across the country to treat patients infected with contagious diseases, including the COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
COVID-19 elderly patients died after giving up ventilator to help others

COVID-19 elderly patients died after giving up ventilator to help others

While many hospitals, medical facilities around the world are facing dire shortage of personal protective gears, and medical treating equipments as the COVID-19 pandemic is going more rampant, some old patients are willing to put other's lives before their own. Don Giuseppe Berardelli, Italian, 72, and Suzanne Hoylaerts, German, 90, both refused intensive care treatment for COVID-19 to save ventilator for younger patients in need.
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New Survey Reveals Changing Health Priorities Among Asia Pacific Consumers Economy

New Survey Reveals Changing Health Priorities Among Asia Pacific Consumers

HONG KONG SAR - Media OutReach - 28 October 2021 - A new survey examining the awareness and usage of nutritional supplements in the Asia Pacific region revealed that four out of five consumers in believe their health is a "work in progress," and 86% have been taking steps to improve their health in the past year.
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