Vietnamese doctors save three seriously-burnt Cambodians

Head of Nam Sai Gon Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit Dr. Ho Thanh Lich yesterday said that physicians of the hospital had saved lives of three Cambodian patients who were burnt seriously.

 

Vietnamese doctors save three seriously-burnt Cambodians

Two of them were discharged from the hospital after 20 days of treatment. One of them still stayed in the infirmary for treatment of psychological problem.
Dr. Lich said the infirmary received the three patients in critical condition because of serious buns while transporting gas containers in Cambodia’s Kampong Cham District.
Physicians were run their feet to provide treatment to the three. Subsequently, they was in stable condition after 20 days.
Concerning the last victim’s condition, Dr. Lich said it’s normal that burn patients will face psychological problems.

By THANH AN - Translated by UYEN PHUONG

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