Deputy PM: Belarus’ exports of medical services exceeded $40m in 2023

Deputy Prime Minister Igor Petrishenko voiced some figures at the opening of the 29 th Healthcare of Belarus 2024 international medical forum In particular, Igor Petrishenko stressed that Belarus pays much attention to maintaining a healthy lifestyle and providing qualified medical care to the population. “We develop the competencies and technologies in the areas where professional and high-quality medical care is needed, and everyone can get convinced today how the country’s healthcare system ...

petrishenko , medicine , health protection , belarus , exports

Healthcare tours

... benefits of high-quality Belarusian medicine solely on the grounds that ... is the so-called ‘socialised medicine’ in America, but it envisages ... has long forgotten what normal medicine is. Everything looks quite decent ... are insurances, there is paid medicine as well as alleged free ... everything is clear about free medicine, it strikes as unpleasant that ... , drug prescription and availability of medicine, Belarus is very different from ... free. This is how Belarusian medicine works. That is why, despite ...

medicine , healthcare , belarus , services

Belarus, Vietnam discussed bilateral co-operation in healthcare and pharmaceuticals

The Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Belarus, Vladimir Borovikov, has held a meeting with the Deputy Minister of Health of Vietnam, Do Xuan Tuyen, reports with refence to the Belarusian Foreign Ministry Photo: The sides exchanged views on topical issues of bilateral co-operation in the fields of healthcare and pharmaceuticals. "Special attention was paid to medical education, the exchange of experience in providing medical care and ...

foreign ministry , Belarus , Vietnam , pharmaceuticals , medicine

Zimbabwe to adopt Belarus’ experience in medical education

The possibility of using Belarus’ experience in the field of medical education in Zimbabwe has been discussed during a visit of the delegation of this country to Belarusian State Medical University (BSMU), the university press service reports “The delegation of the Zimbabwean Ministry of Health and Child Care, which visited BSMU, included Minister Douglas Tendai Mombeshora, Permanent Secretary for Health Issues Aspect Maunganidze, Head of Zimbabwe’s diplomatic mission in Belarus Ignatius Graham ...

Belarus , Zimbabwe , BSMU , medicine , education

American surgeons transplanted pig kidney into human patient for the first time ever

A 62-year-old man with end-stage renal disease has become the first person to receive a new kidney from a genetically modified pig, Reuters reports with reference to Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston Photo: The operation was performed on March 16th, it lasted four hours and marked ‘a major milestone in the quest to provide more readily available organs to patients’, the hospital said in a statement. "The patient, Richard Slayman from Weymouth, Massachusetts, is ...

usa , surgery , kidney , pig , medicine

Lenkova on medical experiments in space and future of medicine

... how space research can help medicine on Earth. “A lot of ... – is devoted to studies in medicine and biology. This is a ...

lenkova , space , belarus , iss , medicine

Heart line

Belarus features among the top 20 countries in the world in terms of the number of heart transplants per 1 million population. Bioprosthetic valves, minimally invasive operations and the spread of high technologies across the regions — let’s see what new heights Belarusian cardiology has reached so far. This year, for the first time in Belarus, the Cardiology Republican Scientific and Practical Centre (RSPC) has launched clinical trials of a new generation of Belarus-made bioprosthetic heart ...

Belarus , medicine , cardiology , transplant , bioprosthetic heart valve , clinical , trials

Medical fascism

... stop the supply of critical medicine, which is vital for people ... special role of the UK Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency ... supply of medical equipment and medicines are not on the wane ... by depriving them of vital medicines. The critical situation unfolded during ... to the lack of necessary medicine. A high mortality rate was ... of medical supplies and critical medicines were missing due to sanctions ... clinics and pharmacies with basic medicines. Individual medical positions are covered ...

medicine , ban , genocide , medical , fascism , the EU

Belarusian biological heart valve: advantages of development

The biological heart valve was developed by the Belarusian OJSC Plant Electronmash together with specialists of the Cardiology Republican Scientific and Practical Centre. The Acting Director of the enterprise, Sergei Sirotkin, spoke about the advantages of the implant and its import-substituting role in his talk with the STV TV channel , reports. Sergei Sirotkin noted that the company has been developing the product together with leading specialists of the Cardiology Republican Scientific ...

Health , medicine , heart valve , developments

Clinical trials of first Belarus-made endoprosthesis underway

Clinical trials of the first biological prostheses made in Belarus are in full swing at the Cardiology Republican Scientific-Practical Centre, reports with reference to the medical institution’s press service Photo: It is noted that clinical trials of the Planix-B biological frameless aortic heart valve endoprosthesis produced by Plant Electronmash JSC (Belarus) are underway according to the programme and methodology of medical tests approved by the Healthcare Ministry. ...

medicine , Belarus , cardiology , innovation , endoprosthesis

Study: blood proteins can predict dementia 10 years in advance

A study of frozen blood samples has revealed many proteins that can predict several forms of dementia up to ten years before the disease is diagnosed, Reuters reports with reference to scientists from the UK and China Photo: The study – published in the Nature Aging journal – is part of the work of multiple teams to identify patients at risk of developing dementia using a simple blood test. As many scientists assert, the research will accelerate the development of new ...

research , study , dementia , medicine

Bionic arm, hip prosthesis with activity modules shown at Belarusian Prosthetics and Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Centre

T he B elarusian Prosthetics and Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Centre hosted an international training seminar Development of High-Quality and Innovative Services in the Field of Prosthetics and Orthopaedic Care, during which Russian and Belarusian specialists presented their innovations, BelTA reports PHOTO: WWW.FREEPIK.COM Guests from Russia, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan took part in the seminar. “We have been co-operating very fruitfully and closely these days. We have been exchanging experience, ...

Health , medicine

Media: Netherlands facing growing shortage of antibiotics for children

... , “There have been shortages of medicines in the Netherlands for some ...

Netherlands , medicine , antibiotics

Get vaccinated and stay healthy

The emergence of Disease X and new viruses — intimidation of the population or underestimation of vaccination effectiveness? Humanity is threatened by pandemics again. These days, the so-called Disease X is all over the news. So far, it is a hypothetical disease that is 20 times more dangerous than the coronavirus and can appear at any moment. The prospects for the emergence of a new infection were discussed by participants of the World Economic Forum in Davos, in January. However, there are ...

vaccination , medicine , health , disease X

Medical tourists from Lithuania, Latvia choose Belarus thanks to its balanced visa policy

Geography of medical tourists is changing – as noted by Aleksandr Trus, the Head of Medical Initiative’s PR Department, as he spoke at Health, Wellness and Medical Tourism in Belarus: Current State and Prospects for Domestic and Foreign Markets press conference, reports “The CIS countries prevail, and the citizens of Russia take the lead. Nevertheless, the flow of tourists from China has greatly increased, and people from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Georgia more often come to ...

visa-free regime , medicine , tourism , Belarus , eu

Dengue health emergency declared in Rio days before Carnival

A public health emergency has been declared in Rio de Janeiro due to an outbreak of mosquito-borne dengue fever, just a few days before the Carnival starts across Brazil, The Associated Press reports Photo: It was assumed that the outbreak would not disrupt the Carnival, which will officially begin on February 9 th and last until February 14 th . The city authorities have so far taken a number of special measures in the hope of containing the spread of the disease. "Rio ...

Rio de Janeiro , denge , medicine , carnival

Opinion: large-scale tricky venture being prepared for another robbery of the world under the guise of incomprehensible diseases

The agenda of the World Economic Forum in Davos is being hotly discussed in the information field, since disease X – that can potentially be 20 times deadlier that COVID-19 – is among its topics. In his talk with Alfa Radio , Aleksei Belyaev, the Dean of the Journalism Department at the Belarusian State University, explained why such issues are coming to the fore. “The Davos Forum in Switzerland was once one of the most important congresses of the world elite, where issues of the global economy ...

Belyaev , opinion , Davos , disease X , medicine

A cell can do everything

Thickening endometrium, replacing hormones, treating hair loss — what other innovations have been developed at the Institute of Biophysics and Cell Engineering Testing of interesting projects under the state programme Knowledge-Intensive Technologies and Engineering was completed at the Institute of Biophysics and Cell Engineering of the National Academy of Sciences. We are talking about new biomedical cell products that have already helped the first patients. It’s a matter of introducing it ...

Belarus , medicine , scientists , innovations , Institute of Biophysics and Cell Engineering

Not everything is healthy that is expensive

... . Indeed, in severe cases, insurance medicine can drive a person into ... specialists in the world. However, medicine in the United States is ... the result of distorted pricing. Medicine in America is perhaps the ... a ‘spare’ staff of doctors, medicines, and ventilators for ‘every firefighter ...

Belarus , world , medicine , health care , rankings

Ambassador: Russian investors propose to create network of medical centres in west of Belarus

Russian investors wonder which Belarusian industries they can invest in, and show interest in tourism, in particular medical tourism – as informed by the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Belarus to Russia, Dmitry Krutoi The diplomat said that in this way Russian companies are ready to take advantage of the opportunities provided by the visa-free entry to Belarus for citizens of the European Union. “They have heard about our visa-free regime with Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, and they ...

krutoi , belarus , medicine , investments

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