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The university’s vaccination program in the nursing homes of the capital completed
2021. February 26.
University staff administered the second shot of COVID vaccine to nearly 10,000 people in social institutions within 3 days.
Why is it important and how can we strengthen our respiratory muscles at home? (VIDEO)
2021. February 25.
An instructional video about strengthening the respiratory muscles was prepared under the professional guidance of Dr. György Losonczy.
Semmelweis University Foundation received a donation of four million forints for epidemic control
2021. February 5.
The donation will be used by the university's foundation to purchase protective equipment and other equipment related to COVID patient care.
“We feel the weight of the task” – Semmelweis students participating in the epidemic control
2021. February 5.
Since the onset of the pandemic, several thousands of students have participated in the epidemic control in addition to their studies.
University staff administer vaccines in nearly 200 nursing homes in four days
2021. February 2.
The COVID-19 vaccine has been administered to 12,000 residents and social workers of nursing homes in Budapest between 28-31 January.
COVID patient care at the Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Therapy
2021. January 26.
Dr. János Gál, Director and Melinda Mezőcsáti, Head Nurse share experiences as part of our series about COVID patient care.
Successful artificial lung treatment of new mother with coronavirus at Semmelweis University
2021. January 21.
Three universirty clinics took part in the treatment, and the patient was able to leave hospital after almost 70 days.
First shipment of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine arrives at Semmelweis University
2021. January 17.
The shipment sufficient for the vaccination of 900 people will be used to vaccinate staff and residents in nursing homes.
More than 10,000 COVID-19 vaccine jabs have been administered by Semmelweis medical staff
2021. January 15.
The notice of Dr. Barna Vásárhelyi and Dr. Béla Merkely regarding the detection of COVID-19 antibodies is included in the article.
More than 4000 Semmelweis citizens have received the COVID-19 vaccine
2021. January 12.
At Semmelweis University, the administration of the second dose of the vaccine starts this week.
New CT supports COVID patient care at the Department of Pulmonology
2021. January 11.
The CT scanning of 60-80 COVID patients can be accomplished on a daily basis at the Department of Pulmonology.
First COVID-19 vaccine at Semmelweis University administered by Dr. Béla Merkely
2021. January 4.
Dr. Béla Merkely, Rector administered the first injection of COVID-19 vaccine to Dr. Dávid Becker, Deputy Director.
The Clinical Centre expressed its appreciation to the COVID patient care divisions with an award certificate
2020. December 23.
Nearly 20 COVID patient care divisions received an award certificate and Christmas presents as an appreciation of their hard work.
Let’s make a conscious effort so that our virtual meetings also have a ritual
2020. December 22.
Dr. György Purebl provides some useful advice about how to have an enjoyable, peaceful Christmas in the course of the pandemic.