Entering Tibet, warming the plateau-Dr. Qian Yuelong, our department of radiology, assists Tibet
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In May 2018, Anhui Province sent the sixth batch of Tibetan medical teams, including Comrade Qian Yuelong, deputy chief physician of the radiology department of our hospital. The Tibet aid team arrived at Gongga Airport, Shannan, Tibet on the morning of May 23. After a short rest period, Comrade Qian Yuelong arrived at Langkazi County Hospital as scheduled on May 28.
However, after a long journey to Langkazi County, which is awaiting and unfamiliar, I was excited and excited, and greeted the team members with a strong altitude sickness, followed by severe hypoxia, low pressure, low temperature and dryness. Langkazi County has the highest altitude among all the Tibet-assisted places in Anhui Province. The lowest temperature here is below minus 10 degrees Celsius, and the highest temperature is mostly around 15 degrees Celsius. Even in summer in July and August, few days exceed 20 degrees Celsius. Locals say they are in a season without four seasons, only "either in winter or around winter". Because of the high altitude, the oxygen content in the air is lower, only 46% of the mainland. With a slight movement, you have cough, wheezing, panic, and headache, as if something is blocking your throat. In this way, Dr. Qian Yuelong and his teammates got used to it and realized that their assistance to Tibet began ...
There are 52 employees in Langkazi County Hospital. The hospital's inpatient department has 30 beds, and the total number of inpatients per year is about 350-400, with more maternal and pediatric patients. Due to the lack of surgeons, anesthesiologists and CT diagnostics doctors, most patients involved in surgery and internal medicine could not be checked and treated in a timely manner and were transferred to the Lhasa People's Hospital.
There are two doctors in the radiology department, who can only work in general radiology, and the radiology machine has been out of service for more than half a year. From the talks of the surrounding Tibetans and county leaders, the local people urgently need radiological diagnostic technology. With the resentment against Gao, Dr. Qian Yuelong hurriedly inspected and debuged the CT equipment, and immediately started work.
In just a few days, the number of patients visiting the hospital has gradually increased, and more patients have undergone CT examinations. In the work of more than four months as of the end of September, more than 100 patients have been admitted for CT and other radiological examinations. Neonatal ischemic oxyencephalopathy with cerebral hemorrhage, pediatric foot valgus deformity, lumbar burst fracture with spinal cord injury, malignant tumor of the chest wall with rib destruction, hepatic hydatid disease, liver abscess, and pulmonary tuberculosis were diagnosed according to its clinical symptoms. Excessive lateral pleural effusion, brain trauma with skull fracture, cerebral hemorrhage, pulmonary edema and brain swelling caused by altitude sickness, appendicitis, gallstones, kidney stones, femoral head ischemic necrosis, etc. Emergency. One of the life-threatening cases was a 36-year-old female patient who came to the clinic due to abdominal pain. The CT image showed peritoneal effusion. The volume of pelvic fluid was large. The local Tibetans still have more concerns about the treatment of Western medicine, and it is important to save lives! Qian Yuelong patiently explained and actively cooperated with Dr. Han Liang who assisted Tibet after understanding by the Tibetans. He performed puncture under CT positioning, and the results were drawn. Bloody fluids that did not coagulate required immediate surgery. Due to limited conditions in the county hospital, the ambulance was rushed to the Lhasa People's Hospital for emergency treatment. Later, he was diagnosed with ectopic pregnancy, intra-abdominal bleeding, and hemorrhagic shock. Surgeons say the chances of becoming a mother later, or even life, can be seriously threatened. Dr. Qian Yuelong breathed a sigh of relief when he learned that the patient was in danger.
The surroundings of Langkazi County are high mountains, and the roads connecting to the outside are winding. There are often car accidents on the Panshan Highway that rises to 5,000 meters above sea level, and more often at night, Comrade Qian Yuelong always rushed to Do CT emergency on-site to get treatment time for patients on the line of life and death. In recent years, many places in Langkazi County are undergoing renovation work. The Tibetan aid team members laughed at the Chinese kung fu without the eaves, and it was easy to fall into the pit. In early September, Dr. Qian Yuelong really fell into a pit when he went out to the emergency department, and he suffered a leg injury. Due to the shortage of medical staff, many patients are still waiting for treatment. Dr. Qian Yuelong did not hesitate to injure his own work post, and remained on the front line. He did not find any hard drag until his wounds leaked to the ground during work. As debridement and suture was performed, Qian Yuelong gently said to his teammates that using some anesthetics was a little painful. The teammates wondered that they knew the pain now. We didn't hide it when we found out. At that time, Chinese martial arts had not been practiced, but instead became Tieguai Li.
In the past 40 years of reform and opening up, the medical and health undertakings in the Tibet Autonomous Region have achieved rapid development, but there is still a large gap compared with the national level. In particular, the lack of medical talents in Tibet is still quite prominent. So far, our hospital has sent 6 batches of 6 medical aid team members to Tibet, including Chen Shanghui, Liu Yinkai, Yuan Xiangjing, Xie Hanfang, Zhou Ling, and Qian Yuelong.
Think about how little time is left to aid Tibet, Qian Yuelong always wants to leave something for Langkazi County Hospital. In addition to being mainly responsible for the diagnosis of radiological examinations such as CT, Comrade Qian Yuelong also often assists two other Tibetan doctors in radiology in the diagnosis of general radiography, explaining to them the imaging diagnosis of various diseases encountered in their work. And differential diagnosis knowledge, arrange to teach them professional courses twice a week, explain X-ray and CT imaging signs and diagnosis of common diseases from cross-section anatomy, nervous system, respiratory system, digestive system, urogenital system and skeletal system. Standards, hoping to improve the level of imaging diagnosis in their future work. In addition, Qian Yuelong also actively participated in, cooperated with, and assisted the Tibetan compatriots in radiology to improve the establishment of the departmental system, guided them to standardize the writing of image reports, organize the accounting records, and provided guidance for Langkazi County Hospital to strive for a second-level hospital.
It is the National Day and the whole country is celebrating. A long and lonely night, looking up at the bright moon, missing the family. Dr. Qian Yuelong's wife, Ling Yan, is also a medical worker. As a strong supporter of Tibetan aid team, she shoulders the responsibility of taking care of elderly parents on both sides and supervising children. In order to work in Tibet with peace of mind.
In the lunar month of August, Langkazi has been frozen for thousands of miles, snow drifted for thousands of miles, silver snakes dancing on the mountain, and wax figures of Yuanchi. There are so many Tibetans in Tibet, and they are recruiting Tibetan team members to compete. Going forward, the health is linked, the life is supported, and then the Ming Dynasty.
The people in your hometown look forward to your triumph!