"Hubei Shiyan Maternal and Child Health Hospital is a specialist, professor-level medical service dedicated to providing convenient, fast and effective services for women and children."
——Shiyan Maternal and Child Health Hospital
Huang Mei: Passing warmth in guarding new life
[Character profile] Huang Mei, director of neonatal department and chief physician of Shiyan Maternal and Child Health Hospital, graduated from the Department of Clinical Medicine of Hubei Medical College, has been engaged in clinical work in pediatrics and neonatology for nearly 20 years, and is in critically ill neonatal rescue, mechanical ventilation, extremely low He has rich clinical experience in birth weight infant management, neonatal asphyxia and resuscitation, and has written more than 20 scientific papers with high academic value.
[Core Tip] She is an ordinary medical staff. When she sees that her newborn is dying, she is more anxious than her parents. This is an unusual "mother" who is facing critically ill children less than 28 days a day. . She is Huang Mei, director of the neonatal department of the city's maternity and child health hospital. Her 20-year medical career has made her temper more calm and her medical skills more exquisite. The only constant is her persistent belief in protecting countless new lives with love.
Without day and night, an emergency call is the horn of charge. <br /> Petite figure, pure face, it is difficult to imagine that she is a neonatal director who led more than 20 medical staff to fight in the front line, but her words are revealed With temperament and professionalism, it seems to deserve it.
Huang Mei, who graduated from the Department of Clinical Medicine of Hubei Medical College, has been in medicine for 20 years. In 2010, the neonatal department of the City Maternal and Child Health Hospital was separately subdivided from the pediatrics. Huang Mei was also transferred to the neonatal department by the original director of pediatrics. She lived up to expectations and led A team of capable medical staff transformed this brand-new department from a ward with only a few beds into a mature department, and gradually assumed the diagnosis and treatment of neonatal diseases such as neonatal first aid and intensive care.
The word "busy" is everyone's unanimous evaluation of the working rhythm of the medical staff. For Huang Mei, who has been "conquering" in the neonatal department all year round, her work is a matter of day and night, because every emergency phone is charged. The bugle is also the hope of critically ill newborns.
On the afternoon of January 5, 2018, the Health Center Hospital of Maoping Town, Baihe County, Shaanxi Province requested support from the neonatal department of Shiyan Maternal and Child Health Hospital: a newborn with placental abruption had asphyxia symptoms and needed transfer treatment. The doctor and nurse on duty in this department immediately Rushing to Maoping Town, after receiving the child, rushed back to Shiyan with heavy snow. Huang Mei, who was originally resting, immediately rushed to the hospital to prepare for the child's admission, and came over at night to check her child's vital signs.
Although there is a fixed holiday every week, Huang Mei insists on going to the ward for a round of inspection during her breaks. It has become almost normal for her to work regardless of day and night. "Most of these newborns have unstable vital signs, rapid illness changes, and parents are not around. At this time, we are all 'family members' of the children, and we should protect their lives. "
More like a "warrior", transporting newborns countless times in the snow
In 2013, the Maternal and Child Health Consortium in the surrounding areas of Hubei, Chongqing, Shaanxi and Henan was established in the city's Maternal and Child Health Hospital. As the first Maternal and Child Health Consortium in our province, nearly one hundred newborns are transferred every year. Behind these successful cases of newborn transfer, the silent and persistent efforts of the medical staff are inseparable. They are more like soldiers and thorns, raising the hope of families of critically ill children in the area around Shiyan.
In the winter of 2015, Huang Mei on duty suddenly received an emergency call from the People's Hospital of Baihe County, Shaanxi Province. A newborn born less than a day had difficulty breathing and asked for support. Huang Mei learned of the child's situation over the phone and thought that there was still a glimmer of hope, she immediately stepped on the transfer truck and rushed to Baihe County.
"It was a lot of snow that day. On the way, I communicated with the hospital and comforted my family. I didn't realize the danger of the road at all. The driver told me after I came back that I felt scared." The ice slipped and the transfer vehicle nearly rolled over, but Huang Mei didn't know it. "Before holding the child in an ambulance, the child's father told me that if the child could not be carried to the hospital, they would not blame me. At that moment, I felt a great responsibility and felt that we were fighting with the parents. With This heavy trust, no matter what, I will bring my child back to the hospital safely. "
After more than 4 hours of running, the child successfully entered the neonatal care room. That night, Huang Mei spent the whole night next to the child. After the child's condition was stable, Huang Mei who did not close her eyes for three consecutive days returned home to rest.
As the leader of the neonatology department, Huang Mei personally participated in several neonatal transfers. When experiencing extreme weather, she rushed to the front. At this moment, she cares about the good doctors who are at risk for her children, and has killed countless newborns. Pulled back online, and got a lot of praise from parents.
Constantly study and make every effort for the new bloom of life. <br /> As the director of the department, Huang Mei has not forgotten to study and recharge while he is busy with his work. "As the pace of life is getting faster and faster, maternal stress is increasing, and premature babies are increasing year by year. Various critical and critical illnesses that have not been experienced are also emerging. We can only stay in danger when we continue to learn."
In the early days, Huang Mei often enriched herself by reading periodicals and magazines, and improved her business ability by understanding advanced treatment technologies and methods at home and abroad. Now, in order to enable other medical staff to better grasp new theories, new knowledge, new technologies and new methods She also often applied for further education opportunities for doctors in the department, and sent young doctors to Wuhan Tongji Hospital and Children's Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University to study for many times, leading the team to make progress together.
"Learning is endless. These four words are especially important for medical workers. If we stop learning and stay in place, our treatment methods and effects will stagnate, and the consequences will be very severe." During the diagnosis and treatment of children, Huang Mei will also explain and analyze the young doctors from all aspects to improve the business level of the entire department and better serve the critically ill children.
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