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Chinanews.com, Hohhot, January 8th, title: Visiting tertiary medical institutions in Inner Mongolia in the post-epidemic era: Hierarchical diagnosis and treatment expansion

Chinanews reporter Zhang Linhu

Recently, the National Health and Medical Commission issued an announcement that from January 8, 2023, “Class B and B management” will be implemented for new coronavirus infections, which undoubtedly puts forward new requirements for grassroots public health services.

At the end of the year and the beginning of the year, in order to ensure that the medical needs of patients infected with the new crown virus are met, the reporter visited and found that the third-level medical institutions in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region protect lives with life, and the medical staff guard the patients 24 hours a day. Gatekeeper of life”.

The picture shows medical staff helping patients with nebulization therapy.Photo by Zhang Pengfei

“The emergency department strictly implements graded diagnosis and treatment. After being evaluated by the receiving medical staff, patients with critical conditions and unstable vital signs are immediately sent to the emergency room for corresponding treatment. Patients with relatively stable vital signs will wait in line under the guidance of medical staff. “On the 8th, Niu Junyi, deputy director of the emergency department of the Affiliated Hospital of Inner Mongolia Medical University, said.

As one of the first general hospitals established in Inner Mongolia, the Affiliated Hospital of Inner Mongolia Medical University adopted hierarchical and classified diagnosis and treatment in order to cope with the peak of outpatient visits and alleviate the pressure of patients seeking medical treatment, and further improved the efficiency of treatment by expanding the number of fever clinics and emergency departments.

“In the process of admitting patients in the emergency department, we first set up an emergency intensive care unit. Currently, the intensive care unit has about 120 beds to treat critically ill patients who meet the hospitalization requirements in a timely manner,” said Zhao Haiping, director of the Affiliated Hospital of Inner Mongolia Medical University. The intensive care unit, including respiratory department, neurosurgery, neurology, pediatrics and other specialties, has nearly 100 beds to meet the treatment needs of sub-severe patients.

At the same time, the hospital has also set up a conversion ICU ward with about 120 beds. “If the treatment needs of patients are still not met, the hospital will open reserve beds.” Zhao Haiping said that in terms of staffing, the hospital has established an ICU-based ward. The medical team radiates to various specialized wards.

The picture shows a radiologist performing a CT scan of a patient's lungs.Photo by Zhang Pengfei

The picture shows a radiologist performing a CT scan of a patient’s lungs.Photo by Zhang Pengfei

Zhao Haiping said that in response to the increase in the number of critically ill patients in the emergency department, the hospital launched a “zero clearing operation”, and in accordance with the requirements of the National Health and Medical Commission and the National Epidemic Prevention and Control Headquarters, the patients who were kept under observation in the emergency department were admitted to the hospital in time to ensure Emergency treatment capabilities to ensure that the majority of patients receive timely diagnosis and treatment.

“Raise your upper arm upwards, exhale, inhale…” In the past few days, Wu Jie, director of the Radiology Department of Hohhot Maternal and Child Health Hospital, has repeated such words hundreds of times a day.

As the “eyes of fire” for diagnosis by clinicians, the medical technicians in the radiology department have to be on duty 24 hours a day. “In order to allow patients to undergo examinations and get results in the shortest possible time, we all arrive at work early, give up the break at noon, and work overtime every day.” Wu Jie said.

Jia Shujing, Director of the Medical Affairs Department of Hohhot Maternal and Child Health Hospital, told reporters that in view of the recent increase in patients, the hospital has strengthened the medical treatment training for new coronavirus infection among the hospital’s doctors and nurses. Reserve and optimize the treatment process for critically ill patients and other measures to maximize the release of the hospital’s treatment potential, and strive to protect health, prevent severe illness, and reduce fatality.

The picture shows the orderly treatment of patients.Photo by Gao Junwei

The picture shows the orderly treatment of patients.Photo by Gao Junwei

“After I had a fever, I coughed for several days. I came here to take a film today.” Wu Ruiping, a resident of the Huimin area, is already an octogenarian. After being infected with the new coronavirus some time ago, he continued to cough. CT detection.

In the past few days, in view of the fact that the elderly are prone to aggravate their underlying diseases after being infected with the new crown virus, the Huimin District Prevention and Treatment Hospital of Hohhot City has launched free lung CT screening for the elderly in its jurisdiction.

“After the screening, we will propose some treatment plans based on the results of each patient, combining traditional Chinese and Western medicine, and patients can choose their own treatment methods and treatment locations.” Gao Junwei, director of the Huimin District Prevention and Treatment Hospital of Hohhot City, said that at 8 o’clock every day From 18:00 to 18:00, the hospital will provide free lung CT screening for the elderly over 80 years old, and it will continue until the Spring Festival.

The reporter learned that in order to fully meet the medical needs of patients with fever, many hospitals in Inner Mongolia have also opened online consultation channels to provide health assessment, home health guidance, psychological counseling, drug delivery and other services. (Finish)

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