Over 2 thousand people require organ transplantation in Kazakhstan.
A recreational therapist from Pavlodar Alexander Myakota invented exercising equipment to treat infantile cerebral palsy (ICP).
Every second Kazakhstani takes medicine without doctor’s prescription.
Professor Werner Haberbosch, head of the cardiology department at SRH Zentralklinikum clinic in the German city of Suhl came to Almaty to conduct master classes for his colleagues from Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstani Ministry of Health in cooperation with UNICEF introduced an individual child development card.
Kazakhstan is ranked 80th in the Good Country Index.
An ambulance station in Semey, East Kazakhstan Oblast has received a helicopter on the eve of their professional holiday.
British pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline and Swiss peer Novartis announced a major shake-up of their healthcare divisions on Tuesday in deals worth billions of dollars.
Kazakhstan has topped Central Asia by breast cancer rates.
Medical examination has been proposed as a necessary condition for employment in Kazakhstan in a new amendment to the Code on People’s Health and Healthcare System of Kazakhstan.
More than 800,000 people lack adequate healthcare in strife-torn western Myanmar after aid workers fled the region, the UN has warned, with children deprived of life-saving treatment.
Timofey Verevkin, 14 y.o. will be finally discharged from the Fortis Memorial Research Institute in India thanks to the Embassy of Kazakhstan in India intervention.
While the team or doctors and scientist is working in Kalachi village to determine what is causing the mysterious sleep syndrome, one more patient has fallen asleep.
A team of finest ecologists, virologists and toxicologists arrived to the Kalachi village of Akmola Oblast to determine the cause of the mysterious sleep syndrome that has affected more than 30 villagers.
While the Ministry of Healthcare is taking measures concerning the sleep syndrome, there are more cases reported.
A personalized electronic register for pregnant women has been introduced in Kazakhstan.
A new cancer center in Astana will provide diagnose of cancer at early stages.
The public opinion in Kazakhstan has been changing towards becoming more positive about transplantations from deceased donors.
We are looking forward to it and I think that we will have full capacity to make this surgery in 2014: Kazakhstan Vice-Minister of Health.
3D/4D ultrasonography devices are now being produced in Shymkent in southern Kazakhstan.
- Ministry of Healthcare
- United Nations
- East Kazakhstan oblast
- United States
- Great Britain
- Asia Pacific
- Akmolinsk Oblast
- life expectancy
- Central Asia