World Expo High-tech Hospital’s remote consultation helps, allowing patients to meet with famous provincial doctors on the cloud

Reporter Fan Weihong Correspondent Yu Xuesong

Affected by the epidemic, some patients who seek medical treatment in other places have encountered the problem that it is difficult to follow up on time. Ms. Wang (pseudonym) from Zibo is one of them .

Before, Ms. Wang underwent surgery in Jinan. In order to ensure the continuity and continuity of treatment, follow-up follow-up and treatment are very important, but due to the epidemic, her recovery process was hindered.

According to Li Shusheng, director of the nuclear medicine department of the World Expo High-tech Hospital, Ms. Wang received treatment in Jinan because of neck discomfort and was diagnosed with a thyroid cancer. After the operation, the patient was evaluated for further treatment with radioactive 131 iodine.

In order to achieve a good therapeutic effect, Ms. Wang stopped taking medicines and banned iodine diet according to the doctor’s instructions, but when she was going to be hospitalized, the outbreak broke the original plan. Seeing that the best time for treatment would be delayed, Ms. Wang and her family were very anxious. After being recommended by the surgeon, Ms. Wang came to the Department of Nuclear Medicine of Shibo High-tech Hospital for treatment.

After careful inquiries about the medical history and improvement of relevant examinations, Li Shusheng helped him apply for a remote consultation with Professor Liu Yong, a well-known expert in the province, and arranged for hospitalization.

It is reported that Professor Liu Yong will attend the nuclear medicine outpatient clinic of the World Expo High-tech Hospital every Tuesday. After the outbreak of the current round of the epidemic, in order to solve the medical problem of such patients, the World Expo High-tech Hospital immediately launched an advanced video consultation system, which not only solved the needs of patients in special times for medical treatment, but also further blocked the possible spread of the epidemic.

On the day of the remote video consultation, twenty-five patients with appointments from different regions met with experts on “Clouds”. Liu Yong, Li Shusheng and the patient entered the video conferencing system respectively. After the nuclear medicine doctor Zhao Yuanyuan reported the basic situation of the patient, Liu Yong received the same offline consultation. He reviewed the relevant examination results and medical records through the system, and asked about the patient’s status in detail. communicate and answer. Under the guidance of Liu Yong, the Department of Nuclear Medicine formulated the next treatment plan for the patients.

Ms. Wang was the eleventh patient who had a “face-to-face” consultation with an expert that day. Although she was separated by a screen, she felt like a provincial expert was right in front of her. “I met Professor Liu in Jinan, and I was very pleasantly surprised to receive the provincial diagnosis and treatment plan at my doorstep,” Ms. Wang said.

The next day, Ms. Wang and three other patients were successfully hospitalized and received 131 iodine treatment in time. After drinking a glass of colorless and odorless “potion”, Ms. Wang’s nervous mood quickly disappeared. During the treatment, except for slight stomach discomfort, Ms. Wang had no other abnormal feeling. After the measurement was completed on the day of discharge, Ms. Wang was discharged home smoothly.

According to Li Shusheng, iodine-131 treatment is the most successful example of the peaceful use of atomic energy in the field of medical science. Since its opening, the Nuclear Medicine Department of Expo High-tech Hospital has treated hundreds of patients. Through continuous exploration and active practice, the improvement rate is as high as 90%, reaching the advanced treatment level in the province.