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    Mr. Sang

  • I am Nguyen Thanh Sang, born in 1990. Since the examination and treatment at the clinic Duc Tin, I am very grateful to the Doctor for explaining and sharing about my illness. During the treatment time in the clinic I was very caring staff of the clinic. Now my illness has improved in a good way. Expect more and more clinic to be able to save many patients.

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    Ms Muoi

  • Huynh Thi Muoi, born in 1940, was examined and treated at Duc Tin Clinic. I am very pleased about how to serve and care patients of the clinic. The doctor is committed to explaining and sharing with the patient.

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    Mr.Tan

  • As I said Duc Tin surgical clinin is where my family trust, hope to visit. Physicians caring, thoughtful, gentle to the patient. Nurses and staff clinic polite, cheerful and thoughtful. This clinic clean, sterile, so I would love to. Tel: +84949914060.

    Mrs Nga

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    Miss Muoi

  • I was patient, had to clinics of Dr. Le Duc Tin. I see very conscientious doctor patient care, answer any questions and very dedicated staff from the receptionist to the children tested, nursing. Clinics very clean and spacious. I'm very satisfied. Tel: +841227880829.

    • Researchers recommend “timely interventions by specialists and guideline-based treatment” to reduce amputation rates

      A population-based study from 2013 to 2015 in Germany has found that nearly one fifth of patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD) did not receive guideline-based vascular diagnostics three months before incidence amputation. Writing online in the European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery (EJVES), authors Kristina Hagenström (University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany) and colleagues say this “reflects an underuse of health services”. In addition, the researchers report that, in one third of patients who did not receive vascular surgery, major amputation “probably could have been avoided”.

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