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  • Venezuela coronavirus cases spike, opposition warns

     · Venezuela's roughly 300 public hospitals have 23,000 beds ready to receive patients, according to official figures. Health worker groups say 12 doctors and two nurses have died from COVID-19, and a lack of protective equipment was raising infection risks for other medical personnel. The information ministry did not reply to a request for comment.

  • Venezuelan President Maduro offers ‘oil for vaccines’ as

     · Venezuela has seen a spike in coronavirus infections, reporting the most daily cases in months on March 21, according to World Health Organization (WHO) data. Nearly 155,000 cases were registered in the country, while 1,543 people died. Also on rt Venezuela signs deal with Russia to purchase 10 million Sputnik V vaccines for FREE distribution

  • Venezuela coronavirus cases spike, opposition warns

     · Coronavirus cases in Venezuela have jumped in recent weeks and two top lieutenants of President Nicolas Maduro have tested positive, triggering warnings from health workers that the pandemic may overwhelm the country's already battered healthcare system. Venezuela's case count began to accelerate last month and is rising by more than 30% every week, according to Dr. Julio

  • Medical Oxygen Plant Reactivated in Venezuela to Tackle

     · The company Oxígenos del Centro CA (Oxicentro), was reactivated by government authorities and the healthcare staff in the municipality of Independencia (Santa Teresa del Tuy), Miranda state, with the goal of helping to provide oxygen to healthcare centers in the region. The privately owned industrial and medicinal oxygen plant had been inoperative for more than

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     · MedicalMedical (general) English term or phrase multifocal spike and polyspike activity. Indeed, infusions of GABAergic drugs into the SNR can produce motor behaviors resembling seizures, yet such infusions can be anticonvulsant. Changes in SNR neuronal firing activity in an attempt to control hypsarrhythmia, (with its multifocal spike and

  • Venezuela’s war on children at a 'breaking point' over

     · The cries of millions of children still languishing inside Venezuela all too often go unanswered as the deteriorating conditions and the iron-grip of

  • Venezuela coronavirus cases spike, opposition warns

     · Venezuela’s case count began to accelerate last month and is rising by more than 30% every week, according to Dr. Julio Castro, part of a medical advisory team working with

  • China Delivers 71 Tons of Medical Aid to Venezuela

     · The People's Republic of China delivered a large amount of medical aid to Venezuela on Monday, completing their second long haul of cargo to the Bolivarian Republic since March. According to the Venezuelan Health Ministry, a Chinese Boeing 747 carrying 71 tons of medicine and surgical material arrived in Caracas on Monday, May 13.

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  • Malaria infections spreading in crisis-ridden Venezuela

     · Malaria infections spreading in crisis-ridden Venezuela. Experts calculate that malaria cases could triple this year as the country suffers from a shortage of medication.

  • Venezuela coronavirus cases spike, opposition warns

     · Venezuela’s roughly 300 public hospitals have 23,000 beds ready to receive patients, according to official figures. Health worker groups say 12 doctors and two nurses have died from COVID-19, and a lack of protective equipment was raising infection risks for other medical personnel. The information ministry did not reply to a request for comment.

  • Venezuela's Maduro sends oxygen to Brazil amid virus

     · Venezuela's Maduro sends oxygen to Brazil amid virus spike. Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has authorized the dispatch of oxygen to Brazil to

  • Venezuela's Doctors And Nurses In Public Institutions Earn

     · Venezuela's Doctors And Nurses In Public Institutions Earn A Minimal Minimum Wage Goats and Soda Thousands of medical workers have left the country. Those who remain at

  • ‘They have no medicine or food’ Venezuela’s healthcare

     · ‘They have no medicine or food’ Venezuela’s healthcare crisis. Hospital in Barcelona says 14 children have died in the past week from contaminated food and water.

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    In Venezuela, political and economic crisis has left the country’s healthcare system in tatters, with many hospitals lacking even basic supplies. Across the country, MSF teams rehabilitate

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  • Medical Device Registration in Venezuela

     · Hello, I am looking to register my medical device in Venezuela. Unfortunately the ministry of health site does not show any medical device regulation and I cannot find any other government webiste (("OICEMP") to provide this information. Has anyone registered a medical device in Venezuela

  • Long Spared, Venezuela Sees Carnival Covid Spike But

     · Long Spared From Covid, Venezuela Sees Holiday Spike But Hides Toll. By. Nicolle Yapur. and. Patricia Laya. March 10, 2021, 5 00 AM PST. ICUs

  • Venezuela MSF medical and humanitarian aid

    In Venezuela, political and economic crisis has left the country’s healthcare system in tatters, with many hospitals lacking even basic supplies. Across the country, MSF teams rehabilitate hospitals and health posts, distributing medical supplies to facilities and patients,

  • Infectious Diseases Spike amid Venezuela's Political

     · Infectious Diseases Spike amid Venezuela’s Political Turmoil. Scientists say the rise in illnesses is due to a combination of government suppression of research, a lack of disease data and

  • Life-threatening, insect-borne diseases spike in Venezuela

     · Venezuela is seeing a resurgence in diseases like malaria, dengue, the Zika virus and Chagas disease, according to a report published Thursday by medical journal The Lancet Infectious Diseases.

  • Disease Could Spike in Venezuela During Passport Health

     · An ongoing crisis for the Venezuelan government has now put health for the whole country at risk. As officials focus less on disease prevention, cases of malaria, dengue and Zika virus have spiked in recent years. With many Venezuelans emigrating to nearby countries, the health crisis could spread across South America.

  • Venezuela's Maduro sends oxygen to Brazil amid virus

     · Venezuela's Maduro sends oxygen to Brazil amid virus spike Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has authorized the dispatch of oxygen to Brazil to

  • Venezuela MSF medical and humanitarian aid

    In Venezuela, political and economic crisis has left the country’s healthcare system in tatters, with many hospitals lacking even basic supplies. Across the country, MSF teams rehabilitate hospitals and health posts, distributing medical supplies to facilities and patients,

  • Venezuelan students demand vaccination plan amid spike

     · Scores of Venezuelan healthcare students protested Tuesday in front of Caracas' University Hospital demanding a national vaccination plan and 100% vaccination coverage for doctors and nurses, amid a spike in infections that has led the government to extend lockdown measures. With 30 million inhabitants, Venezuela's vaccination campaign is behind most other countries in the region.

  • Long Spared, Venezuela Sees Carnival Covid Spike But

     · The last time there was a spike was in August, when the government reported as many as 1,200 cases a day. Doctors are referring to the current increase as a second wave. At Caracas’ University Hospital, they’ve drawn up a wait-list for intensive care beds for the first time in months, according to health workers there, who asked not to be