Holiday + high temperature, “holiday sickness” emerges, medical staff adhere to the “medical” line to maintain health

“120 ambulances, 16 orders in 12 hours” “For us, there is no holiday!” The reporter learned from the Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine that this National Day holiday, medical work Based on the post, I will do my best to protect the health of the patient silently.

At 7:00 am on October 1st, Ji Jie, the nurse in charge of the Department of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine of Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine, just finished the night shift. From 7:00 p.m. on September 30th, he invested in 120 ambulance orders. In 12 hours, he and his colleagues received a total of 16 orders.

“The patients received are all complicated, including pregnant women, patients with sharp weapon injuries and unfortunate sprains.” What impressed Ji Jie most was a patient in critical condition. Mr. Wang, 58, was called by the 120 ambulance in the early morning. He had pain in his left back and chest, gasping for breath, suspected of having a heart attack. “In the ambulance, I comforted him while doing an electrocardiogram for him.” Five minutes later, the patient was sent to the hospital, where various tests were quickly performed, and aortic dissection was diagnosed and further treatment was given. At this time, Ji Jie’s hanging heart also let go. He said: “We race against time and run with all our strength to gain more time for the treatment of patients.”

“Due to holidays and weather, the number of patients with acute pancreatitis and cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases has increased significantly in the past two days.” Ni Haibin, director of the Department of Acute and Critical Care Medicine of Jiangsu Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine Hospital, introduced The emergency ward and ICU on the second floor of the hospital were full of patients. The doctors and nurses in the department worked continuously overtime, allocated beds, promptly admitted the patients in the emergency room to the department of acute and critical care medicine, hospitalized them for further treatment, and arranged for the patients in remission to be transferred to the general ward in a timely manner.

“Because I’m too busy and I don’t have enough time, I can’t wait to have three heads and six arms, and add a hot wheel to make myself omnipotent.” September 30, 11:00 p.m., acute and critical care medicine Zhang Lijuan, the nurse in charge of the department, took over the night shift. “The ward is full of beds, and most of them are elderly people who are bedridden for a long time and have a variety of underlying diseases. The patient’s condition is serious and complicated. More than half of the patients are on ECG monitoring, and several patients with sepsis infection have been admitted to the hospital one after another. Symptoms of high fever require urgent treatment.”

In addition to implementing treatment measures such as infusions, dispensing medicines, and drawing blood, and dealing with various changes in the patient’s condition, Zhang Lijuan worked non-stop all night, unable to drink water or go to the toilet. She said: “My husband is also an emergency doctor. Overtime is the norm at work. We spend very little time with our children.”

“We can’t go out to travel on National Day, and we are always interrupted by accidents at work.” At around 8 pm on October 1, the Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology of Jiangsu Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine Hospital attended traditional Chinese medicine. Shisun Daoxi suddenly received a call to rush to perform an operation on the patient. The patient suffered from a chainsaw cut and ruptured the tendon of his index finger, with a wound of 3-4 cm. Sun Daoxi hurriedly debridement and sutures the tendon and joint capsule. Skilled, in just one hour, he completed the local anesthesia operation.

At 3 a.m., Sun Daoxi learned that a man in his 30s was seriously injured, his muscles, nerves and blood vessels were all ruptured and he lost a lot of blood. He put on the surgical gown again and performed emergency surgery on the patient. It was 7 a.m. when the operation was completed. Sun Daoxi said tiredly: “As a doctor, whenever the patient needs, we will arrive in time. To protect life, there is never a vacation.”

Correspondent Yang Sasa Luo Xin

Yangtze Evening News/Ziniu News reporter Yu Dandan

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