Department of Internal Medicine
Pediatric Emergency Department under the jurisdiction of Children's Hospital and Zhujiang New City, including "Pediatric Emergency Rescue and Retreat Room", "Children's Transit Center", "Crisis Critical Care Unit", "Pediatric Emergency Comprehensive Ward" and "Rapid Disposal Room" In five departments, including rehydration, combined with hospital information construction, in recent years, a professional information system covering in-hospital/external/referral, intra-disciplinary evaluation and triage has been established. In recent years, there have been 13 to 140,000 cases of emergency patients in the emergency department, and more than 1,500 cases have been rescued. The success rate of rescue is more than 95%. The critically ill children's transshipment center, known as the "mobile ICU," has a trans-shipment radius of more than 800 kilometers, has established transshipment cooperation with 353 medical institutions, has an annual transshipment of more than 3,500 trips, and has transported 0 deaths. The critical comprehensive ward is committed to the treatment of all kinds of critically ill patients who have been transferred to our hospital in the hospital. It is a powerful undertaking for the transfer center to pick up patients. The pediatric emergency ward with 38 beds is treated with 120 to 150 person-times per month, more than 35% of difficult cases, and the cure rate is over 90%.
The pediatric emergency department has professional academics, medical ethics, and skilled professionals. The staff of Benko, PALS, ILS and other international level children's emergency and critical illness treatment techniques can be used to diagnose and treat pediatric critical illnesses such as cardiac arrest, respiratory failure, circulatory failure, various types of shock, pediatric sepsis, Trauma, poisoning, sudden coma, chest pain in children, etc. Implementing the "Pediatric Emergency Classification" diagnosis and treatment system to ensure timely and priority treatment for children with acute and severe illness; using a variety of bedside testing (POCT) technology, recently to develop new technologies for bedside ultrasound rapid diagnosis and emergency fiberoptic bronchoscopy The speed of diagnosis of the patient has improved the success rate of rescue and reduced mortality.
The department actively takes the lead in pediatric emergency research and key technology exploration, such as "multi-center study of "EV-A71 clinical observation of critically ill patients", "comparison of medication for febrile seizures" multi-center study, "clinical intervention of pediatric sepsis hyperglycemia" Research, etc. Some of the results were presented at the National, Asian and World Congress ("Asian Emergency Conference 2015", "World Children's Infectious Diseases Conference 2017", "National Pediatric Annual Conference" speech and report), and written in a written article In high quality SCI journals.