Long-distance diagnosis to be done for health care of mothers and infantsSociety
Dundgobi/MONTSAME/. In the frameworks of the last phase of the project to support long-distance diagnosis for mothers and infants’ health being implemented with the financing of UNFPA and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the long-distance diagnostic equipment worth MNT 56 million was presented to the obstetric emergency department of the Dundgobi aimag hospital on June 4-5, with a training conducted for obstetricians and midwives of the hospital.
By having the equipment, it becomes possible to make immediate diagnosis and give patients urgent treatment alongside building the capacity of the doctors and specialists.
Obstetric emergency training was also held for midwives, obstetricians and gynecologists, giving them instructions and advice on using the devices. The training was led by obstetrician and gynecologist of the National Center for Maternal and Child Health (NCMCH) J.Otgonbaatar, project specialist B.Shinetugs and information center staff of NCMCH N.Chuluun-Erdene.