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The first time Vietnam successfully produced influenza A / H5N1 vaccine

Hipc 02/11/2017

Dr. Le Van Be, Director of the National Institute of Vaccines and Biologicals, said: "The influenza A / H5N1 vaccination for stage 2 and 3 stage testers is successful. On 22 April, the Institute of Vaccines and Medical Biologicals (IVAC, Ministry of Health) announced results of clinical trials phase 1 influenza A / H5N1 vaccine. Production of vaccines in Vietnam. High doses of this vaccine have been shown to be immunogenic, according to standard test methods. This clinical trial was conducted by Ho Chi Minh City Pasteur...

Pharmaceutical industry in Vietnam - Maintaining the domestic market

Hipc 02/11/2017

Pharmaceutical industry in Vietnam - Maintaining the domestic market Vietnamese pharmaceutical companies have continuously improved and promoted research, development and production of pharmaceutical products to meet domestic demand and export to other countries. The demand for health care in Vietnam is increasing rapidly. According to a report by the Drug Administration (Department of Health), if in 2001, the average drug per capita is about $ 6, then in 2011 jumped to $ 27.6 (up nearly 5 times) and forecast By 2014 it will rise to $ 33.8. In...

The adverse reactions of painkillers

Hipc 02/11/2017

The adverse reactions of painkillers Aspirin has side effects such as gastrointestinal disorders, sensory disorders, allergies, coagulopathy. It can also cause Reye's syndrome (an acute encephalopathy with fatty liver and kidney degeneration) in children. Therefore, do not take painkillers, antipyretic, anti-inflammation for patients with asthma and children under 18 years. The following are the harmful reactions of some other common analgesics: 1. Analgesic, cool down - Paracetamol: For patients with hepatic impairment, overdosage (over 10 g / day in adults and over...

Successfully developed the vaccine against HIV

Hipc 02/11/2017

Successfully developed the vaccine against HIV The results are surprising because until recently, HIV test vaccination failed, prompting many scientists to think that it would never be possible to develop an HIV vaccine. Speaking in Bangkok, Thailand, the researchers said in the world's largest trial of more than 16,000 volunteers in Thailand, their vaccine reduced the risk of HIV infection by more than 31. %. The study, conducted under the supervision of the Thai Ministry of Health, tested two vaccines: ALVAC from Sanofi Pasteur (Sanofi-Aventis Group) and AIDSVAX, originally developed by VaxGen Inc....