Back in business: Klang hospital canteen allowed to resume operations, following viral rat video
Reshmin Kaur Cheema, 22 Aug 2017 Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah (HTAR) in Klang has allegedly been the subject of a viral video rapidly shared by netizens last weekend. The half-a-minute clip showed a rat feasting on the food counter of a canteen. Nonetheless, the canteen, which was ordered to close on Friday, has resumed operations that same night – after obtaining approval from authority.
Fake doctor in Kedah may have some problems, says Health Minister
Reshmin Kaur Cheema, 17 Aug 2017 “Dr Ridzuan” – the now-infamous fraud was arrested after impersonating a doctor in a Kedah hospital for close to a year. Malaysian Health Minister (MOH) affirms that security will be reviewed and tightened to prevent any of such recurrence. Other experts are uncertain about ‘complete’ prevention – and believe psychological issues play a major role.
MOH Malaysia urged to reveal actual cost of upgraded ambulances
Reshmin Kaur Cheema, 14 Aug 2017 Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam recently announced the distribution of 500 ambulances to medical institutions in Malaysia – from an allocation of a whopping RM400 million. Local groups are condemning the excessive sum.
Malaysia updates guideline: Primary and Secondary Prevention of CVD 2017
Tanvi Ambulkar, 14 Aug 2017 Recently, the National Heart Association of Malaysia published an updated clinical practice guideline on the primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease in order to encompass modern developments and an increase in information about the potential causation of CVD.