In accordance with the Resolution on the strengthening of maternal and child health care in 2022-2026, adopted on April 25, dozens of new health centres that will provide medical care to children from the first days of life will be built in Uzbekistan, the Dunyo News Agency reported.
With the aim to improve the quality of medical care for the smallest patients in the country, new-born intensive care units in 46 perinatal centres in the regions, children’s departments at multidisciplinary hospitals and clinics and laboratories for the early diagnosis of genetic diseases, including rare ones will open.
It is planned to open anaesthesiology and resuscitation departments for children and round-the-clock paediatric emergency departments at the hospitals in the regions.
Almost 30 emergency perinatal resuscitation teams will be created at the Republican Perinatal Centre and children’s multidisciplinary hospitals in the Republic of Karakalpakstan.
From May 1, adult relatives or guardians taking care of underage patients at the Centre for Paediatric Haematology, Oncology and Clinical Immunology will be provided with free meals.