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[Hanoi] Summer Kids Party 24.06.2018

[Hanoi] Summer Kids Party 24.06.2018

[Hanoi] Summer Kids Party 24.06.2018
[Hanoi] Changes in FMP Hanoi Pediatric Services

[Hanoi] Changes in FMP Hanoi Pediatric Services

[Hanoi] Changes in FMP Hanoi Pediatric Services
[Hanoi] New Born Screening Promotion

[Hanoi] New Born Screening Promotion

[Hanoi] New Born Screening Promotion
[Hanoi] FMP Panorama prenatal screen

[Hanoi] FMP Panorama prenatal screen

[Hanoi] FMP Panorama prenatal screen
Otitis

Otitis

Behind the eardrum is a space called the middle ear. It’s a resonating chamber, like the body of a violin or guitar. It amplifies sounds coming from the outside through the eardrum, and within it is a system of small bones that transmit sound signals to the inner ear and onward to the brain.
[Hanoi] Getting Your Work Permit Check Up at FMP Hanoi Special Promotion in 2018

[Hanoi] Getting Your Work Permit Check Up at FMP Hanoi Special Promotion in 2018

[Hanoi] Getting Your Work Permit Check Up at Family Medical Practice Hanoi Special Promotion in 2018
Dr. Rafi Kot's TEDx Talk (@BISHCMC2018)

Dr. Rafi Kot's TEDx Talk (@BISHCMC2018)

On March 8th, Family Medical Practice’s founder DR. RAFI KOT presented a fascinating talk at the first TEDx event held in Ho Chi Minh City for 2018, which was convened in the British International School theater in District 2.
[Hanoi] Maternity package

[Hanoi] Maternity package

[Hanoi] Maternity package
The Dangerous Illusion Of “Natural”

The Dangerous Illusion Of “Natural”

There is a new “Trend” in Vietnam. Mothers want to be “Natural”. They want to raise their children in a “Natural” way. They intend to give birth at home, they won’t give the baby a proper care after delivery like getting his vitamin K shot and they won’t vaccinate their children, believing they will survive horrible infections “Naturally”.
Managing Cardiac Events

Managing Cardiac Events

When cardiac events occur, there are only a few minutes to respond. There’s no time to figure out if a victim is suffering from a myocardial infarction (heart attack) or a pulmonary embolism (clotting of blood vessels in the lungs). It’s best to leave the technical details to the doctors. The most urgent issue for a bystander is to call an emergency number and perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) if needed. It’s important to stick to the basics.