Training on blood transfusion safety and standard prevention for field hospitals

On the morning of March 28, at the 175th Military Hospital in coordination with the Department of Military Medicine, the Ministry of Defense, the DOD PEPFAR Office (United States) organized an updated training program on blood transfusion safety and standard prevention for field hospitals War (BVDC) of the Peace Force.

Attending the opening ceremony were Colonel, Dr. Tran Quoc Viet, Deputy Director of Military Hospital 175; Colonel Jeffrey O’Dell, Health Attaché, Executive Director of DOD PEPFAR, US Embassy in Vietnam.

Leaders of Military Hospital 175 gave flowers to the experts for training.

During 3 days, staff, staff, medical doctors of BVDC were trained and introduced important contents including: Screening and whole blood transfusion test at BVDC, resuscitation to control injuries, Blood preparations are currently used in the field of operation, a review of standard preventive prevention, safe injection and post-occupational exposure management … Participants also participated in the practice of blood grouping and testing. testing, rapid screening of HIV, HBV … Lectures, practical content by the medical experts of the US Pacific Command, Vietnam Nurses Association, Ho Chi Minh City Association for Infection Control Chi Minh conveys and guides.

BVDC medical doctors participate in the training program.

Colonel, Dr. Tran Quoc Viet emphasized that the training issues are very important for the operation of BVDC, improving the professional level of physicians when deploying BVDC in the Peacekeeping Mission. of the United Nations. Colonel Tran Quoc Viet asked the delegates to seriously study and receive the training contents, both to ensure the current medical examination and treatment of the hospital, and to meet the requirements when participating in the task. Colonel, Dr. Tran Quoc Viet emphasized that the training issues are very important for the operation of BVDC, improving the professional qualifications of medical doctors when deploying hospitals in the Mission. Peacekeeping of the United Nations. Colonel Tran Quoc Viet asked the delegates to seriously study and receive the training contents, both to ensure the current medical examination and treatment of the hospital, and to meet the requirements when participating in the task. service at BVDC.

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