The Second Consultation Workshop ‘take Care Of Your Baby With Your Mother’

On the morning of July 2, 2011, at Hopital General Hospital, the conference "Together to take care of your baby" took place very excitingly, excitedly with the participation of nearly 200 pregnant women in Hanoi.
This workshop is a place where pregnant women have the opportunity to meet and exchange information on health care, diet, and nutritional supplements during pregnancy.
In addition, mothers are consulted by obstetricians and provided with necessary knowledge about routine tests, pregnancy ultrasound, vaccinations for mothers as well as monitoring the health of mothers and babies during the time. pregnancy, labor and caring for the baby after birth.
This is the third free consultation workshop organized by Hopital General Hospital and Abbott. Attending the seminar, the pregnant women not only received useful information, but also received gifts from sponsors and participated in tea parties, attractive games.
In particular, in the part of the game 'Lucky draw', the organizers gave 21 gifts to lucky pregnant women:
4 First prizes were awarded to the ladies:
- Vuong Thi Men (21 lane 62 Doi Can, Hanoi)
- Nguyen Thi Ngoc Bich (P306 D2 Building Collective 781, Lane 164 Vuong Thua Vu, Thanh Xuan, Hanoi)
- Vu Thi Tuyet (28A, lane 18 Yen Hoa, Hanoi)
- Nguyen Huyen Trang (6/64 fish farm lane, Truong Dinh, Hanoi)
7 Second prizes were awarded to the ladies:
- Vu Thi Thu Ha (P306 K1 Viet Hung, Long Bien, Hanoi)
- Nguyen Thi Thu Ha (4 Trang Thi, Hanoi)
- Ha Ngoc Diep (T12 Urban Area Nhan Chinh, Hanoi)
- Dao Viet Hien (Thinh Quang, Dong Da, Hanoi)
- Banh Thi Thanh Loan (37/35 Hoang Hoa Tham, Hanoi)
- Nguyen Thuy Linh (Group 7, group 2, Phuc Xa, Ba Dinh, Hanoi)
- Vu Thi Minh Hien (No. 60 O Cach Street, Long Bien, Hanoi)
5 Consolation prizes were awarded to the ladies:
- Nguyen Thi Bich Hong (29 corners 109 alley 559 Kim Nguu, Hanoi)
- Nguyen Thi Kim Thoa (Dong Anh, Hanoi)
- Nguyen Thuy Linh (2/6/6/199 Thuy Khue, Tay Ho, Hanoi)
- Bui Thi Ngoan (P515 A5 Giang Vo, Hanoi)
- Nguyen Thi Hien (408 Tran Khat Chan, HBT, Hanoi)

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