In the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea medical workers are directing great efforts to the medical service activities for promoting the health of women.
Standing in the van of the activities are medical workers at the Pyongyang Maternity Hospital in the capital city.
Ri Myong Hye, Head of the Angiography and Treatment Department, says:
“In the past the vascular intervention technology was introduced to the treatment of the cardiac vascular system. Now this technology is applied to the treatment of obstetrical and gynaecological diseases as well in many cases. We have applied the vascular intervention technology to the treatment of myoma and adenomyosis with high incidence among women, helping sterile women give birth to children.”
The department has actively introduced latest technology to the treatment of obstetrical and gynaecological diseases with high incidence among women.
With a resolve to implement the popular health policy of the country in practice they have set a high target to apply the vascular intervention technology to clinical practice.
The vascular intervention technology is used to cure diseases by putting the embolic materials into the artery or a vein of the internal organs with the help of angiographic equipment. The technology requires high level of clinical practice.
It was not an easy task as they had to master the latest medical equipment and apparatuses and have high technical skills.
But they solved the difficult issues of clinical technology one by one with a deep sense of mission as medical workers responsible for the lives and health of women.
They strove to master the regulations of operation of different surgical apparatuses including digital roentgen facilities.
Through their constant thinking and pursuit they can skilfully operate the vascular intervention technology and introduce new operating methods with success.
Many women diagnosed as acyesis due to myoma gave birth to children after treatment.
Doctor Ri Myong Hye says:
“We will introduce the vascular intervention technology to the treatment of obstetrical and gynaecological diseases more actively, making a positive contribution to promoting health of women.”