Uzbekistan, Japan developing cooperation in the field of medicine
|Japan's Minister of Foreign Affairs Katsuya Okada visited Uzbekistan on 6-9 August to participate in the third seminar of ministries of foreign affairs within the framework of "Central Asia + Japan" dialogue. |
During his visit, the head of foreign policy department of Japan became familiar with the activity of National Specialized Scientific Practical Medical Center for Obstetrics and Gynecology and highly assessed the results of its treatment and prophylactic, research and methodical activities.
Nowadays over 880 individuals work at this complex, 9 of them have DMedSc, Doctor of Medical Science, 45 of them are candidates of medical science and 120 of them are doctors of higher and first category.
In 2008 the clinic was equipped by modern medical facilities that help to render high-quality services to women at fertile age, using latest technologies of world medicine. This became possible due to intergovernmental agreements between Uzbekistan and Japan. Medical equipment was supplied by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
Fruitful collaboration with Japan in medicine opened new opportunities for the introduction of new methods of safe maternity into the medical practice of the clinic: prophylactic of intraclinic infections, anaesthesiology in emergency obstetrics, primary reanimation, ill infants care and after care.
The minister was especially impressed by the fact of saving life of premature triplets that became possible due to modern equipment.
In the course of conversation with medical center personnel, Mr. Okada emphasized that Japan intended to continue its financial and technical assistance in such priorities as the improvement of infrastructure, public health and education of skilled specialists.
To be noted, the activity of National Specialized Scientific Practical Medical Center was awarded by number of international diplomas confirming the high level of scientific researches conducted at the center.
The results of work of Tashkent doctors spark a vivid interest by their colleagues all over the world. The memorandum signed between Korean Association for Prevention of Osteoporosis and National Specialized Scientific Practical Medical Center for Obstetrics and Gynecology is a graphic illustration of this fact.
The purpose of this agreement is further extension of scientific collaboration in prophylactic of female health, the analysis of causes for osteoporosis initiation and measures to prevent the decease, Jahon Information Agency reports.
As Memorandum ratifies, except for the main purpose to preserve reproductive health of women, the agreement is also aimed at such purposes of mutual collaboration between our countries as further raise of qualification of medical personnel, experience exchange, invitation of specialists to conduct master classes in our country and in the Republic of Korea.
Obviously, such an intense international collaboration focused on the interaction in scientific researches opens new perspectives for the implementation of variety of programs and promotes further development of science and the education of highly-qualified medical stuff in our country.
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