A patient with cardiac respiratory arrest was successfully resuscitated by Private Medical Center
On the afternoon of March 21st, a patient in the ward of Private Medical Department II was unconsciously fell to the ground. Doctors and nurses received the family member call for help and quickly arrived in the ward during half minutes. The patient was diagnosed as cardiac respiratory arrest at the first time. Then, physicians initiated first-aid measures such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation immediately. With the collaboration of Internal Medicine, Cardiology, Anesthesiology, and other multi-disciplinary, private medical physicians and nurses work together to provide sustained cardiac compression relay and balloon respiration support. After 25 minutes, the patient recovered his own heartbeat and breathe and was transported to MICU smoothly.
The patient was a 73-year-old male patient with brainstem infarction, coronary heart disease, atrial fibrillation, type 2 diabetes. During the rescue period, Director of Private Medical Department II Ding Meilin, Associate Professor Huang Fan and Nurse Head Jiang Meixia all guide the on-site rescue. The rescue measures were timely and effective, and the procedure was smooth and standardized. Their fast and effective response was fully affirmed by the patient's family.
Doctors and nurses are rescuing patient in ward of Private Medical Department II
In recent years, our hospital has continuously strengthened emergency drilling and training. Just on the day before the real rescue incident, the Private Medical Center organized emergency cardiac and respiratory arrest rescue drilling of the first quarter of 2018. The drill was directed by Center Director, Professor. Gu Yong and organized by Director Cheng Quanyong, Nurse Head Yuan Baoyu, and Doctor Liu Jiawei who are working in Private Department III. It simulated a real scenario, exercises cardiac compressions, ECG monitoring, intravenous infusion, tracheotomy, and use of artificial resuscitation balloons in accordance with the evolution of the disease and standard rescue guidelines. Furthermore, they also drilled the reporting system on duty, transfer specification and other aspects of the rescue. For building up strong emergency response ability, Private Medical Center hold simulated rescue drilling every quarter. (Cheng Shuyuan, Chen Long, Private Medical Center)
Emergency rescue drilling held in Private Medical Department III on the day before real rescue incident