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Tatmadaw provides treatments to over 236,000 outpatients

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Tatmadaw keeps providing healthcare services for patients at the military hospitals and temporary treatment hospitals in the townships of regions and states.
Tatmadaw medical teams, which comprise Tatmadaw doctors, specialists, medical assistants and nurses, have given medical treatments to the people to solve their difficulties in healthcare services. A total of 236,225 outpatients and 70,493 inpatients reached these hospitals from 5 February to date.
Senior medical experts, medics, medical assistants and nurses have conducted 10,999 major operations and 5,667 minor operations. The senior doctors gave intensive treatments to the severe cases.
These hospitals managed the birth of 13,793 babies to date. Of those, 5,617 cases are done in the caesarean section and 8,176 cases in ordinary delivery.
In addition to providing medical care to patients in need of hospitalization, Tatmadaw is making arrangements for the well-being of hospitalized patients and caregivers.
Moreover, a military mobile medical team of Western Command provided health care services for locals people at the assembly hall of Setiyingana monastery in Yathedaung Town, Rakhine State, yesterday.
Similarly, a military mobile medical team of North-Western Command provided local people residing in Phanaing village, Matupi Township, Chin State, with healthcare services at the Basic Education High School-Branch (Phanaing).
The commanders and military officers visited the places where giving medical services and instructed the necessary. — MNA

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