Types of disabilities treated are neurological rehabilitation; stroke, TBI, parkisonism, motor neurone diseases, transverse myelitis, peripheral neuropathy, facial palsy etc, fracture Rehabilitation, spinal cord injury rehabilitation, non-traumatic paraplegia and quadriplegia, musculoskeletal pain, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, rheumatological rehabilitation including Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), osteoarthritis, Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS), gouty arthritis, SLE ,Systemic Sclerosis,etc, leprosy rehabilitation and other skin diseases,rehabilitation of burn and ICU patients, obstetrics and gynaecological rehabilitation, cancer rehabilitation, osteoporosis and Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR).. Other hospitals which are collaborated with the department are National Rehabilitation Hospital (NRH), Yangon Orthopedic Hospital (YOH), New Yangon General Hospital (NYGH), Yangon Children Hospital (YCH), North Okkalapa General Hospital (NOGH), East Yangon General Hospital, West Yangon General Hospital, ...
Babesiosis is an emerging health risk in several parts of the world. However, little is known about the prevalence of Babesia in malaria-endemic countries. The area along the China-Myanmar border in Yunnan is a main endemic area of malaria in P.R. China, however, human infection with Babesia microti (B. microti) is not recognized in this region, and its profile of co-infection is not yet clear. To understand its profile of co-infections with B. microti, our investigation was undertaken in the malaria-endemic area along the China-Myanmar border in Yunnan between April 2012 and June 2013. Four parasite species, including B. microti, Plasmodium falciparum (P. falciparum), P. vivax, and P. malariae, were identified among 449 suspected febrile persons detected by nested polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assay based on small subunit ribosomal ribonucleic acid (RNA) genes of B. microti and Plasmodium spp. Of all the collected samples from febrile patients, mono-infection with B. microti, P. vivax, P. falciparum,
Malaria importation and local vector susceptibility to imported Plasmodium vivax infection are a continuing risk along the China-Myanmar border. Malaria transmission has been prevented in 3 border villages in Tengchong County, Yunnan Province, China, by use of active fever surveillance, integrated vector control measures, and intensified surveillance and response ...
Passive surveillance for malaria cases was conducted in Yunnan Province, China, along the China-Myanmar border. Infection with Plasmodium vivax and P. falciparum protozoa accounted for 69% and 28% of the cases, respectively. Most patients were adult men. Cross-border travel into Myanmar was a key risk factor for P. falciparum malaria in China.
Medical Education research projects " Perception of 3rd MBBS 7/ 2016 students for the traditional lecture and 2 new learning environments in University of Medicine 1, Yangon ", "Diagnostic measurement of the educational environment for undergraduate students of University Medicine(1), Yangon, Myanmar using Dundee Ready Education Environment(DREEM) " and" Myanmar-Korea Medical Education collaboration: General Practitioners perception of clinical and procedural needs for undergraduate students of University of Medicine 1, Yangon, Myanmar " have done in collaboration with Seoul National University College of Medicine, Republic of Korea in 2014-2015 ...
Author(s): Wang, Ying; Zhong, Daibin; Cui, Liwang; Lee, Ming-Chieh; Yang, Zhaoqing; Yan, Guiyun; Zhou, Guofa | Abstract: Understanding the ecology of malaria vectors such as species composition and population dynamics is essential for developing cost-effective strategies to control mosquito vector populations.Adult mosquitoes (n = 79,567) were collected in five villages along the China-Myanmar border from April 2012 to September 2014 using the CDC light trap without bait method. Mosquito community structure, Anopheles species composition and diversity were analyzed.Twenty species of Anopheles mosquitoes were identified, with An. minimus s.l. accounting for 85% of the total collections. Mosquito densities varied from 0.05 females per trap per night (f/t/n) to 3.00 f/t/n, with strong seasonality in all sites and densities peaked from June to August. An. minimus s.l. was predominant (accounting for 54-91% of total captures) in four villages, An. maculatus s.l. was predominant (71%) in the high elevation
Background: Currently there are more adolescents (10-19 years old) and young adults (20-24 years old) than ever. Reproductive health among this age group is often overlooked, although it can have a profound impact on the future. This is especially the case in conflict zones and refugee settings, where there is a heightened need for reproductive health care, and where both the resources and possibility for data collation are usually limited. Methods: Here we report on pregnancies, birth outcomes and risk factors for repeat pregnancies among adolescent and young adult refugees and migrants from antenatal clinics on the Thailand-Myanmar border across a 30 year time span. Results: Pregnancy and fertility rates were persistently high. Compared with 20-24-year-olds, 15-19-year-olds who reported being unable to read had 2.35 (CI: 1.97 - 2.81) times the odds for repeat pregnancy (gravidity |2). In primigravidae, the proportion of small for gestational age (SGA) and preterm births (PTB), and neonatal deaths (NND
When the first H1N1 was announced, many people in Yangon wore face masks resulting in the sky rocketing of masks prices in Yangon. However, less and less people are wearing masks in the streets of Yangon, according to one resident of Yangon.. In another Xinhua news, Myanmar health authorities have tightened measures against H1N1 influenza in Yangon. Health screening and surveillance groups were formed in each township in Yangon to do the ten-day follow up of people coming back from abroad and those close contacts with confirmed patients. More than 15,000 individuals have been followed up so far, according to the news report. Of these, 6,184 had been cleared of the disease while 8,825 are still under surveillance, according to health authorities. More than 49 has undergone laboratory testing for H1N1 so far.. There are currently no death in Myanmar due to H1N1 influenza infection.. ...
The University of Medicine, Mandalay began as a Branch Medical Faculty (BMF) of Yangon University in 1954, which in 1958 became the Faculty of Medicine, Mandalay. In 1964, it became an independent Institute of Medicine, Mandalay, offering an undergraduate M.B., B.S. program to a class of 36 students. Graduate programs began in 1968 with a masters degree program in physiology. The formal name, Institute of Medicine, Mandalay, was changed in 2005 as the University of Medicine, Mandalay. Today the University now offers a number of graduate diploma, masters, and doctoral programs. The departments were established in phases: ...
YANGON - 22 November 2013 - Today UNICEF in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, WHO, UNFPA and UNAIDS launched a life-saving campaign for children using the system in Yangon for the first time ever. Public buses, private taxicabs and trishaws will carry messages on key family and community practices through colourful, attractive printed panels on the vehicles.. "Use of Outdoor media such as billboard and signage is not new but it is first time the transit media is being engaged to carry developmental messages. There are three buses, ten taxi, 280 trishaws and 44 billboards to disseminate public health messages in 22 townships including Yangon, Mandalay, Nay Pyi Taw, Sittwe, Mrauk U. The initial project timeline is one year and based on the assessment we need to scale it up," said Mr Bertrand Bainvel, UNICEF Representative at the launching ceremony held in Yangon.. The messages displayed on buses and taxicabs are 1) "Breast milk is best": feed your baby only breast milk and no water until ...
National League for Democracy supporters gather outside party headquarters in Yangon to celebrate the NLD's victory in Myanmar's parliamentary elections. The party said Nobel Peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi had won a parliamentary seat. Suu Kyi said the byelections in Myanmar would not be completely...
Trafficking of Kachin women and children is emerging as a serious crisis. Kachin Womens Association Thailands latest report, "Pushed To The Brink" (June 2013), updates on trafficking of Kachin women and girls amidst renewed conflict in the region. Migration, displacement, and lack of aid have increased womens vulnerability to trafficking along the China-Myanmar border. Victims are sold as bonded laborers and brides, or to brothels and massage parlors in China. Thailands sex-industry is another destination. Children abducted to Thailand are forced to work as beggars and street-hawkers or to supply its child prostitution industry.. What are the catalysts to the trafficking scenario of the Kachin? What are the economics of trafficking dictating the issue?. Factors Fuelling Trafficking of the Kachin. Poor governance lies at the heart of increased vulnerability to the trafficking crisis. Victims include hundreds of displaced Kachins fleeing conflict between the Kachin Independence Organization ...
LBB12016. Yangon (Myanmar), 11/12/2017.- Myanmar State Counsellor and Foreign Minister Aung San Suu Kyi delivers a speech at the opening ceremony of the third Asia-Pacific Water Summit (APWS) in Yangon, Myanmar, 11 December 2017. The event, which gathers leaders from the Asia-Pacific region to develop and encourage collaboration in water resources management, runs from 11 to 12 December 2017 in Yangon. (Birmania) EFE/EPA/LYNN BO ...
In October 2019, Myanmar reported 13 outbreaks of FMDV serotype O. The outbreaks occurred in Sagaing (10) and Magway (2) regions and Shan state (1). Details of this event and an updated map can be seen at https://www.oie.int/wahis_2/public/wahid.php/Reviewreport/Review/viewsummary?reportid=32376 ...
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BACKGROUND:Tak Province, at the Thai-Myanmar border, is one of three high malaria incidence areas in Thailand. This study aimed to describe and identify possible factors driving the spatiotemporal trends of disease incidence from 2012 to 2015. METHODS:Climate variables and forest cover were correlated with malaria incidence using Pearsons r. Statistically significant clusters of high (hot spots) and low (cold spots) annual parasite incidence per 1000 population (API) were identified using Getis-Ord Gi* statistic. RESULTS:The total number of confirmed cases declined by 76% from 2012 to 2015 (Plasmodium falciparum by 81%, Plasmodium vivax by 73%). Incidence was highly seasonal with two main annual peaks. Most cases were male (62.75%), ≥ 15 years (56.07%), and of Myanmar (56.64%) or Thai (39.25%) nationality. Median temperature (1- and 2-month lags), average temperature (1- and 2-month lags) and average relative humidity (2- and 3-month lags) correlated positively with monthly total, P. falciparum and P
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In Yangon, Stefan Krause, [email protected] YANGON - The Carter Center congratulates the people of Myanmar for participating in important by-elections on April 1. The Center did not directly observe the elections, but supported the observation efforts of local partner Election Education and Observation Partners (EEOP).. In its post-election preliminary statement, EEOP reported that the election-day process was conducted without major problems. Observers assessed the opening, voting, and closing and counting process as overwhelmingly positive, although they noted some problems, mostly of a procedural nature.. Prior to the election, EEOP reported that the campaign environment was peaceful and that contestants could campaign freely. Cases of misuse of administrative resources and of vote-buying were rare. EEOP noted that the organization of the elections was somewhat improved and that voters confidence in the Union Election Commission (UEC) had increased significantly. Among voters ...
Take note that Yangons former name is not the only victim of symbolic changes in this country. For one, the countrys name has been changed. To add up to this identity crisis going on in this country, this city has been stripped of its capital status, the capital relocated to a secluded new site called Naypyidaw built from scratch. The flag too has been changed, recently redesigned in 2010, replacing the old one which replaced another one slightly more than a decade ago.
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The Burmese Border Guidelines are clinical guidelines designed to assist medics and health workers practising along the Thai-Burmese border. They are adapted from the medical literature and treatment guidelines of WHO and some NGOs to specifically address the pathologies and constraints of the Burmese Border context. Every effort has been made to incorporate the experiences of local medics and the medical providers who have been working in the refugee camps and communities on the border for the last 15 years... ...
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Cyclone Nargis swept across southern Myanmar on the evening of 2 May, leaving a trail of death and destruction before tapering off the next day. The winds and tidal surge caused by the cyclone damaged much of the fertile Ayeyarwady delta, and Yangon, the nations main city and former capital.. ...
The Burmese juntas habit of awarding lucrative contracts to regime-connected companies has been blamed for the ongoing failure of efforts to improve Rangoons access to electricity. Officials said that a plan to build a pipeline from the Gulf of Martaban to Burmas former capital was stalled due to quality-control issues. The pipeline project, worth an estimated US $500 million, is being carried out by IGE Co Ltd, run by Nay Aung and Pyi Aung, sons of Minister of Industry 1 Aung Thaung. IGE is a major supplier of substation and transmission line materials, oil and gas and CNG filling stations. With an election coming later this year, the regime had promised to increase Rangoons power supply by the end of April. Minister of Energy Lun Thi pushed IGE to conclude the pipeline project one month ahead of its original deadline. Now accused of shoddy quality control in its work on the project, IGE has blamed Lun Thi for the problems it faces ...
The All Burma Students Democratic Front (Burmese: မြန်မာနိုင်ငံလုံးဆိုင်ရာကျောင်းသားများဒီမိုကရက်တစ်တပ်ဦး; abbreviated ABSDF) is an opposition group in Myanmar (also known as Burma). It was founded on 1 November 1988, after the 8888 protests in Yangon. The groups leadership consists mostly of former student exiles. The ABSDF operates an armed wing, which has fought alongside other armed opposition groups in Myanmar, such as the Kachin Independence Army and the Karen National Liberation Army. The objective of the group is to free the people of Myanmar from the oppression of the military, to create a democracy with political freedom and respect for human rights, to obtain nationwide peace, and to introduce a federal system in the country. The ABSDF elects its leadership democratically, with leaders of the organisation serving for three-year terms in accordance with the ABSDF ...
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A mystical country only recently accessible, Myanmar is still both enigmatic and exciting. Bagan is a plain with over two thousand temples, enough, surely for even the most avid culture addict . Curious leg fisherman perpetuate an angling style not seen anywhere else in the East and Yangon has the largest number of colonial buildings in South East Asia. Mandalay, the last capital of Myanmar is also included. In order to maximise time at each destination there are three short internal flights.
Viral Hepatitis is a major cause of liver cancer and cirrhosis, contributing to premature morbidity and mortality, and undermining economic growth and the push to achieve health and wellbeing for all.. In Myanmar, National Hepatitis Control Programme was established in late 2014 with the strong collaborative effort of MoHS, WHO, Liver foundation, local NGOs and INGOs. Viral hepatitis prevention and control activities are strengthened in Myanmar since 2014. Furthermore, hepatitis C treatment with oral, direct acting antivirals is being pioneered, since June 2017, in designated hospitals at Yangon, Mandalay and Nay Pyi Taw.. Since 2011, WHO has been collaborating with the World Hepatitis Alliance to coordinate the annual campaign for World Hepatitis day (WHD). The 7th WHD commemorated on 28th July 2017 was to highlight the collective efforts being made towards the elimination of hepatitis as a public health threat by 2030. This year provides a great opportunity for Myanmar to campaign to ...
Chinese doctors and a team of medics are struggling to contain an outbreak of measles in a Kachin refugee camp on the Chinese side of the border with Burma
CNPC plans to open petrol stations initially in Yangon, Mandalay and Naypyidaw under a long-term goal of setting up hundreds of outlets in Myanmar.
Throughout the Eocene, the distribution and composition of terrestrial faunas underwent episodes of turnover as high-latitude barriers to immigration were emplaced or removed via climate or sea level change. One notable example occurred towards the end of the middle Eocene, when anthracotheres, true rhinocerotids, and amynodontid perissodactyls appeared in North America. The ecological differences between these new taxa and resident species has not been previously explored, but it is possible that the appearance and dispersal of these species into North America may have been facilitated by the ecological preferences of these groups and their capacity to disperse across high-latitude corridors. Here, we tested this hypothesis by examining the ecological preferences of similar taxa from two middle Eocene faunas (Pondaung Formation, Myanmar; Hancock Quarry, Clarno Formation, Oregon USA) through stable isotope analysis. As carbon and oxygen isotopic compositions of tooth enamel can provide insight ...
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A mixed methods study was conducted to look at the magnitude of residual malaria transmission (RMT) and factors contributing to low (| 1% prevalence), but sustained transmission in rural communities on the Thai-Myanmar border. A cross-sectional behaviour and net survey, observational surveys and entomological collections in both villages and forested farm huts frequented by community members for subsistence farming practices were conducted. Community members frequently stayed overnight at subsistence farm huts or in the forest. Entomological collections showed higher biting rates of primary vectors in forested farm hut sites and in a more forested village setting compared to a village with clustered housing and better infrastructure. Despite high levels of outdoor biting, biting exposure occurred predominantly indoors, particularly for non-users of long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs). Risk of biting exposure was exacerbated by sub-optimal coverage of LLINs, particularly in subsistence farm huts and
We are sad to announce that NCRIs Director, Dr Karen Kennedy, will be leaving the organisation at the end of June.. Recruitment for Karens replacement is currently underway.. Karen joined the NCRI as Director in October 2013.. Under Karens leadership NCRI has gone from strength to strength; driving key collaborations that make progress in cancer research possible. The organisation has recently secured a further three years of funding for its flagship collaborative initiative in radiotherapy, CTRad, which since its launch in 2009 has helped to reinvigorate the UK radiotherapy research community, transforming this crucial research area from a state of crisis, to a hive of research activity and promise. They have also launched two more collaborative initiatives in the last two years; the living with and beyond cancer initiative, which is working to boost research in an area that has a historically low level of research activity, and a pathology initiative, to build a stronger base of people and ...
Ousey, Karen, Lui, Steve, Stephenson, John, Edward, Karen-Leigh, Walker, Kim, Duff, Jed and Leaper, David J. (2017) Perioperative, Local and Systemic Warming in Surgical Site Infection: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Journal of Wound Care, 26 (11). pp. 614-624. ISSN 0969-0700 Ousey, Karen, Roberts, Debbie and Gefen, Amit (2017) Early identification of wound infection: understanding wound odour. Journal of Wound Care, 26 (10). pp. 577-582. ISSN 0969-0700 Coyer, Fiona, Clark, Michele, Slattery, Peter, Thomas, Peter, McNamara, Greg, Edwards, Chris, Ingleman, Jessica, Stephenson, John and Ousey, Karen (2017) Exploring Pressures, Tissue Reperfusion and Body Positioning: A Pilot Evaluation. Journal of Wound Care, 26 (10). pp. 583-592. ISSN 0969-0700 Leung, Isaac Pak Hung, Fleming, Leigh, Walton, Karl, Barrans, Simon and Ousey, Karen (2017) Development of a model to demonstrate the effects of friction and pressure on skin in relation to pressure ulcer formation. Wear, 376/77 (A). pp. 266-271. ...
Karen and Joe are getting pretty hot and heavy with their kissing. Karen stops him momentarily, asking "What are we doing?" Joe says hell stop if she wants him to. She doesnt stop him, so he pulls her in for more. They take the action to her bed, when the phone rings. The answering machine picks up, someone at the hospital cant read Karens writing. Karen grabs the phone and clarifies for the nurse. Karen doesnt return to the bed after she hangs up; a moment of awkwardness arrives. Karen explains that Joe had been calling to her in his sleep. Joe had a nightmare that some man was taking Karen from the apartment, and she was calling to Joe for help, but he couldnt get in. Thats when he woke up, and Karen was there, and he thought he was still dreaming. Karen says they were both tired. Joe asks if shed have stopped him if the phone hadnt have rang. She says yes, then "I dont know." Joe wants her to admit that she wouldnt have. Karen takes some blame for what happened. Joe says its too ...
Karen Mattaliano had rectal bleeding for five years and was misdiagnosed with hemorrhoids before her doctor finally sent her for a sigmoidoscopy that revealed a tumor. When scans showed a lesion on her liver, she was diagnosed with stage IV rectal cancer.. She and her family listened as the doctor told them that there was no hope, but that she would be made as comfortable as possible. With a husband and three year-old son, Karen wanted to fight for her life and needed a doctor who was willing to join her. She found a new doctor who performed surgery to remove the tumor from her rectum.. After surgery, Karen began chemotherapy that shrunk her liver lesion enough to have it surgically removed. She also had radiation to her pelvis, but soon both of her lungs developed cancerous nodules. One nodule was removed immediately, and she started chemotherapy again to shrink the other one. Although Karens chemotherapy made her extremely sick, the nodule on her other lung was able to be successfully ...
Kachin rebels reportedly fought deadly gun battles with the Burma Army and a government-backed militia this weekend near Putao, a towns in northern Kachin State.
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