The Second Xiangya Hospital has another medical accident, denying the delay in treatment!

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A 34-year-old only son spends $540,000 a month to die?

The Second Xiangya Hospital denies delayed treatment

The Second Xiangya Hospital, which was on the cusp of the storm, suffered another medical accident! Ms. Chen’s son was transferred from Hunan Provincial People’s Hospital to the Second Xiangya Hospital due to infective endocarditis in 2019. Not only did the aortic valve grow vegetations, but also stenosis was accompanied by insufficiency.

Ms. Chen’s son spent a total of 22 days in the intensive care unit and spent more than 500,000 yuan, but his son eventually passed away.

On December 10, 2021, the medical malpractice technical appraisal of Hunan Medical Association issued the final result. The accident report identification showed that “the doctor underestimated the prognosis of the disease and failed to operate in time, which led to the deterioration of the disease, cardiac arrest, and ultimately death. The doctor should bear the main responsibility. This case constitutes a first-class medical accident. The party bears the primary responsibility.”

Ms. Chen said that after the identification results came out, the hospital said it was willing to pay more than 400,000 yuan, but she would definitely not accept it, because her son’s treatment cost 540,000 yuan and he still had a life. The hospital believes that the treatment process of the patient is in line with medical standards, and there is no delay in treatment, and asked the Chinese Medical Association to re-evaluate. Ms. Chen expressed her willingness to wait. (China Business Daily, medical students talk about medical treatment)

Argentina cases of unexplained pneumonia rise to 10

On September 2, local time, the Public Health Bureau of Tucuman Province in northern Argentina reported that there was 1 new case of pneumonia of unknown cause, bringing the total number of cases to 10. The newly infected person is an 81-year-old man who is an inpatient at Luz Hospital in Tucuman province.

A case of pneumonia of unknown cause appeared in this hospital around August 20, local time, and the possibility of new coronary pneumonia, influenza and other common pathogens was ruled out after testing. At present, this unexplained pneumonia has caused 10 infections and 3 deaths, all from medical workers or patients at the hospital. The hospital has been closed and the specific cause of the disease is still under investigation. (China News Network)

The National Health Insurance Administration responded:

Centralized purchasing of consumables gives priority to domestic production

The National Medical Security Administration issued the “Reply of the National Medical Security Administration to Recommendation No. 8427 of the Fifth Session of the Thirteenth National People’s Congress” on September 1, expressing its support for the same quality but lower cost Domestic high-quality enterprises have won the competition in the centralized procurement of medical consumables.

The National Medical Insurance Administration also stated that the next step will continue to do a good job in the reform of centralized procurement of medicines with volume, expand the coverage of medicines and medical consumables, and further squeeze out the price of artificially high consumption. While burdening patients, it promotes the formation of a clean and healthy business environment, reasonably sets procurement rules, promotes fair competition among enterprises, and provides a good market environment for the development of domestic high-quality enterprises. (Sina Finance)

The world’s “father of the artificial heart” dies,

97 years old

On August 31, local time, Domingo Liotta, a famous Argentine cardiac surgeon and the world’s “father of the artificial heart”, died of illness in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina. 97 years old.

In 1958, Domingo Liotta began to study artificial heart technology and designed the earliest prototype of an artificial heart; on April 4, 1969, he successfully developed a A total artificial heart is implanted into the patient’s body to replace the original heart to supply blood to the whole body. The artificial heart transplantation pioneered by Dr. Domingo Liotta and others led the trend of artificial heart research in the world medical community.

In 1973, Dr. Domingo Liotta led a delegation to visit China as the Secretary of State for Health of Argentina and taught Chinese doctors the technique of heart bypass. (CCTV News)

Starting December 1,

These medicines are no longer available for sale online

Recently, the State Administration for Market Regulation issued the “Measures for the Supervision and Administration of Drug Online Sales”, which will come into force on December 1, 2022. The “Measures” stipulates the management of drug online sales, platform responsibility performance, supervision and inspection measures and legal responsibilities. The main contents include:

Clarify the main qualifications and requirements of drug business enterprises engaged in drug online sales, and clarify vaccines, blood products, narcotic drugs, psychotropic drugs, toxic drugs for medical use, radioactive drugs, and easy-to-manufacture drugs in accordance with the law Drugs under special administration by the state, such as toxic chemicals, shall not be sold on the Internet.

Considering medication safety risks and online and offline consistency management requirements, it is clear that the real-name system for online sales of prescription drugs should be implemented, and prescriptions should be reviewed and dispensed according to regulations; it is stipulated that prescription drugs and non-prescription drugs should be displayed separately, and clearly stated in the The main page and home page of prescription drug sales shall not directly publicly display information such as packaging and labels.

Before passing the prescription review, information such as instructions shall not be displayed, and services related to the purchase of prescription drugs shall not be provided; before the sale of prescription drugs, consumers shall be fully informed of relevant risk warning information and confirmed by consumers. The corresponding legal responsibilities have been clarified in accordance with the law for illegal online sales of drugs. (CCTV News)

Hangzhou One Hospital 7 days

Received 240 anxious kids

As primary and secondary school students return to school and study and life, some children have changed their temperament and feel uncomfortable. In the past week, the joint outpatient clinic for children and adolescents in the Affiliated Hospital of Hangzhou Normal University has received 240 patients. The age group of patients is concentrated in 6-18 years old, of which ADHD accounts for 50%, anxiety disorder accounts for 25%, and depressive disorder accounts for 25%. The doctor suggested that, before and after school starts, if the child has emotional problems, parents should learn to be empathetic,Guide the child to adjust the rhythm in time. For children who are overreacting, it is best to go to the hospital for evaluation. (White Deer Video)

9-year-old girl has diabetes with blood like frozen lard

Recently, a 9-year-old girl developed symptoms of polyuria, frequent thirst, increased appetite, and weight loss. After she went to the Children’s Hospital Affiliated to Zhejiang University School of Medicine for medical treatment, her body The “milk blood” in the same state as frozen lard was drawn.

Doctors say the girl has a rare form of diabetes. After genetic testing and joint remote consultation with domestic and foreign teams, the cause of the girl’s illness is still unclear, and further research is needed. Fortunately, the girl’s blood lipids have dropped and her condition has improved. The doctor’s advice: parents should also pay attention to the physical condition of their children, and beware of hidden diabetes “seeking” young children. (Shaanxi TV News)

Source: Comprehensive compilation by the medical community

Proofreading: Zang Hengjia

Editor in charge: Wang Hang

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