Carrying skis to house visits, The Winter Olympics have such a group of “Baymax”

2022-07-05 0 By

On the morning of February 4th, Lin Chen, secretary of basic surgery at Peking Union Medical College Hospital, opened the window as soon as he got up and took a deep breath of fresh air.This is one of the few times she can take off her N95 mask.In her words, the breath at the moment seemed greedy.Different from the past, the medical insurance for the Beijing Winter Olympics is a closed-loop guarantee that takes into account epidemic prevention and control, with each diagnosis and treatment process linked together.Every medical worker in the medical security team has temporarily left their families to form a medical umbrella for the Beijing Winter Olympics.The first sound of praise, precious!Just three minutes before the medical station team of Peking Union Medical College Hospital set foot on the closed-loop line of the Winter Olympics stadium, they received a phone call from a foreign guest complaining of chest pain for several hours.”We followed the ambulance into the stadium, took the first ecg and quickly transferred the patient to the Winter Olympics ward at the Union base camp.”Chen Gang, deputy chief physician of Peking Union Medical College Hospital’s department of nephrology, recalls that after a series of decisive and orderly handling, the team received the first applause of the Winter Olympics trip.And, of course, the first thank-you note.At that time, a security uncle suddenly came down with fever due to a cold. Peng Huiming, deputy chief physician of Peking Union Medical College Hospital, made timely consultation, recorded the epidemic history, explained the precautions for transport, completed the complex process of submitting medical information and monitoring the symptoms of infectious diseases.”Uncle, will you operate the closed loop Olympic network taxi back?””This is our duty telephone, 24 hours always someone to answer, return to live also can dozen!”Peng Huiming will pay attention to matters without omission to the patient.Write the Hippocratic Oath and act!Liu Anlei, deputy director of the emergency department of Peking Union Medical College Hospital, received the task at the first time, first to make up the knowledge of the Winter Olympics, but also specially invited one to one foreign teachers to improve their oral English.”All kinds of strict online and offline training and assessment enabled me to master the types of high-risk diseases and treatment procedures of winter Olympic sports.”Mr. Liu said.On the day shift, Liu started planning and arranging the medical site at less than 7 a.m., transferring medical supplies, and assembling the hand sterilizers and ULTRAVIOLET lamps by himself.One morning, a cleaning lady accidentally squeezed her hand while cleaning, bleeding profusely.Initially diagnosed as a fracture of the little finger, Dr. Fan Junping, deputy chief physician of the department of respiratory and critical care medicine, stopped the blood instantly with pressure hemostasis, and promptly disinfected and bandaged it.Due to the particularity of closed-loop, doctors cannot obtain accurate information of patients, and can only rely on careful physical examination and previous experience to eliminate greater risks, for fear of confirming the patient’s condition, which is a real test for every medical support team member.Liu was impressed that boCOG not only equipped a strong language support team, but also arranged professional medical assistants to accompany patients throughout the transfer service.”The Olympic Health care work has brought together medical workers from all over the world to honor the Hippocratic Oath without reservation.”Pick up your skis and go up the hill!In xiaohaituo Mountain, where the body temperature was more than ten degrees below zero, four clinicians from Peking Union Medical College Hospital, namely, he Jia from the thoracic surgery department, Deng Kan from the neurosurgery department, Li Yi from the orthopedics department, and Che Lu from the anesthesiology department, started a day of intense preparation work for the alpine skiing event.In the next three months, they will replace their white coats with ski suits and rescue bags to provide medical services at the National Alpine Ski Center in Yanqing area of The Beijing Winter Olympics.The highest peak of Xiaohaituo Mountain starting area is 2198 meters above sea level, for the world’s top three difficult courses.In the first time after their arrival, ski doctors began to get familiar with the terrain and the course, cooperated with the establishment of medical stations, and carried a large number of supplies.Alpine skiing is an exciting sport in which athletes can glide at speeds of up to 150 kilometers per hour. A slight deviation can lead to a serious fall and loss of balance.In the past, athletes have had a 14 percent chance of injury.”Once an athlete needs assistance, we have to carry a 10kg medical bag, arrive at the scene in four minutes, assess and treat the athlete’s injury in 15 minutes, and then transfer the athlete.”This requires a ski doctor to have a certain ability to ski steep slopes, as well as trauma first aid knowledge and skilled operation skills, Che said.Just before dawn, the ski doctors arrive at the medical station.Che lu said they have a complete set of procedures, check the rescue backpack, make sure items are complete, the power of the electric equipment is sufficient, check the storage of oxygen bottles.”The physical temperature of the mountain is very low, but the cold cannot freeze the heart of the healer.”CheLu said.From handling, counting and assembling epidemic prevention materials, to placing rescue boxes of medicines, putting up signs on hand hygiene and epidemic prevention, to placing reception beds and vehicles for patients, setting up patient routing instructions and temperature measuring doors…Nineteen medical support team members are practicing their original aspiration in the “battlefield” of the Winter Olympics.Source: Science and Technology Daily