22 mars 2017

Hydrocephalus: 12 Children Operated Upon

Regions Christopher JATOR | 20-03-2017 17:58   The Gynaeco-Obstetric and Paediatric Hospital in Douala was host to seven medical specialists from Bordeaux, France. Those who used to think that big head (hydrocephalus) and epilepsy cannot be medically treated need to revisit their point. “These diseases do not kill; they are easily treated, and can be detected at their early stages and treated with efficient means. By this we can modify the child’s life and include him like any other person in the social and family... [Lire la suite]
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20 juillet 2016

CHRACERH: Recrutement Of New Staff Imminent

 Brenda Y. NCHEWNANG-NGASSA National - Société This is one of the major resolutions taken during the 9th ordinary session of the management committee yesterday, July 19, 2016 in Yaounde. Holding barely a week after the successful delivery of three babies through medically assisted methods such as In Vitro Fertilisation at the Yaounde Gynaecological Endoscopic Surgery and Human Reproductive Teaching Hospital (CHRACERH), board members of the institution meeting during its 9th ordinary session of the... [Lire la suite]
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14 juillet 2016

Interview: «Consult Early When You Have Problems»

14 Juillet 2016 Elizabeth MOSIMA National - Société Prof. Jean Marie Kasia, Director General of the Hospital Centre for Applied Research, Endoscopic Surgery and Human Reproduction (CHRACERH).   Professor you spoke about the health of the lady who is 52 years old and that certainly means a particular way for follow up after the birth of the baby. What are the measures that will be taken to ensure the health of both the mother and the baby? Care taken for the child will be exactly what will be done for any child.... [Lire la suite]
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11 avril 2016

Bamenda: Zero Tolerance For Arrogant Maternity Staff

   CHOVES LOH, Rogers NUMB (Intern) National - Société The Bamenda Regional hospital is not free from ugly practices that frustrate patients but, Management does not entertain excuses on the premise that the patient is never wrong. At Press time, the Maternity unit of the Bamenda-based Regional Hospital appears to offer the difference in discipline that inspires hope for patients. Conspicuously posted on the walls on the entire hospital are some 400 warning messages which request patients to report hospital... [Lire la suite]
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24 février 2016

Hand Deformations: Surgery Now Possible In Cameroon

   Yaboa Ndula MUNTEH National - Société The Minister of Public Health on February 22, 2016, opened an international conference on hand surgery in Douala.   The hand is the main active part of the body. It is the key natural work tool that plays an important role in daily life, thus has to be taken proper care of. Hand deformation is common in Cameroon, resulting from accidents, infections or genetic malformation. However, Dr Hugues Tiemdjo, a Cameroonian who studied in the country, Mali, Senegal and... [Lire la suite]
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06 janvier 2016

Interview: “More Dialysis Centres Have Facilitated Treatment”

   Elizabeth MOSIMA Cameroon-Tribune Gloria Ashuntantang, Associate Professor of Nephrology, Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, University of Yaounde 1, talks on government's efforts to handle the increasing number of patients on dialysis. What explains the fact that the number of patients on dialysis in Cameroon has doubled in two years? In December 2012, we had about 390 patients on dialysis. By December 2013, the number had risen to 920 patients. Two things are responsible for this. The most important is... [Lire la suite]
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10 novembre 2015

Shisong Cardiac Centre: Head of State Confers Special Status

   Kimeng Hilton NDUKONG /Cameroon-Tribune By declaring the centre a public utility, President Paul Biya has paved the way for it to be entitled to several privileges from the State. President Paul Biya on November 4, 2015, signed a decree declaring the St Elizabeth Cardiac Centre of the Shisong Catholic Hospital in Bui Division of the North West Region a public utility. According to Dr Emmanuel Maina Djoulde, Head of Division for Cooperation in the Ministry of Public Health, the decree means the centre can now... [Lire la suite]
18 août 2015

Yaounde Human Reproductive Hospital Inaugural Imminent

Brenda Y. NCHEWNANG-NGASSA/Cameroon-Tribune   The 7th ordinary session of the management committee of the hospital took place on August 13, 2015. All seem set for the official opening of the first public Gynaecological Endoscopic Surgery and Human Reproductive Teaching Hospital, abbreviated CHRACERH in Cameroon. Yesterday, August 13, 2015, members of the management committee of the hospital met during their 7th ordinary session to examine and evaluate what has been done to ensure an effective take off of the... [Lire la suite]
24 juillet 2015

Sangmelima’s Jewel, Lifeline

Georges Mbella/Cameroon Tribune   The inauguration of the Sangmelima Referral Hospital yesterday by Prime Minister, Philemon Yang, ushers in a new era for the town’s modernity and affordable healthcare for the population. The bright sunshine that shone yesterday, July 23, 2015, over the town of Sangmelima, headquarters of the Dja and Lobo Division in the South Region, was full of good tidings. It enabled the 2,000-strong crowd attending the inauguration of the Sangmelima Referral Hospital to marvel at the splendor of the... [Lire la suite]
01 juin 2015

Sangmelima Referral Hospital : Patient Population On Steady Increase

The patient population of the Sangmelima Referral Hospital is growing.     When the foundation stone launching construction work for the Sangmelima Referral Hospital, SRH, was laid on December 13, 2007, the wish of potential patients in the Dja and Lobo Division, the entire South Region, Yaounde and Douala alongside neighbouring Equatorial Guinea, Congo, and Gabon was to have it complete at the end of an 18-month timeframe so as to mitigate their sufferings. However, the wait was long. From December 13, 2007, it took... [Lire la suite]
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