The course, part of the cooperation program between the two militaries, was held with the financial assistance from the Vietnam Military Industry-Telecoms Group Viettel.

Lieutenant General Do Quyet (C) presenting certificates of graduation to Myanmar officers 

In his speech, Lieutenant General Do Quyet, VMMU Director, said that during the six-month course, the National Institute of Burns of the VMMU, provided up-to-date knowledge and techniques in burn treatment for the trainees in line with the training targets and demands of Myanmar’s military medicine, as well as created favorable conditions for them to study and practice performing basic burn techniques at the hospital.

After the 6-month training course, all Myanmar trainees can now be good at diagnosing burns of different kinds, treat burns well, properly manage respiratory burns, and well performe techniques on burns-caused necrosis cutting and skin grafts to treat deep burns.

Notably, all trainees have graduated the course with flying colors.

At the ceremony, Gen. Quyet presented certificates of graduation to the trainees.

Translated by Mai Huong