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Pediatric department


    Pediatric department of our hospital is one of the oldest pediatric departments in the provincial general hospital. Now we have more than 40 medical staff, including 18 in-service doctors (2 chief physicians, 4 vice chief physicians, 5 attending physicians, 5 resident physicians), 1 doctor, 9 masters as well as 2 rehelloring experts, 23 in-service nurses (2 nurses in charge, 11 senior nurses, 10 nurses). There are three sections: outpatient and emergency departments (independent), outpatient transfusion room and inpatient department. We receive and cure hospitalized children over a thousand times every year. The number of outpatient and emergency department is more than 6 thousand times. We have 45 beds and adding 11 beds. The main features of pediatric diseases are common diseases and frequently occurring diseases, especially infectious diseases, respiratory diseases, and EB virus infection related diseases. At present, apart from the conventional means of diagnosis and treatment, we establish allergy specialist and set up specialist clinics of children asthma disease, chronic cough and respiratory disease. We adhere to the scientific popularization of family members, and play a good guiding role in family treatment and nursing of common diseases.

    In the aspect of caring, we use the venous catheter puncture to hospitalized children. This is not only convenient for medication safety, and also reduces the pain of piercing every day. We have special observation room, divided into respiratory disease observation room and digestive disease observation room, which can reduce cross infection in hospital. The observation room has 48 chairs, which can receive 48 children of observation of infusion treatment and provide 24 hours work, in order to reduce the difficulty of infusion at night and improve satisfaction. In the “two excellences” activity, we carried out "smile service", standardized the civilized service and the greeting of patients, as well as combined the physiological and psychological characteristics of pediatric patients, in order to let the children cooperate with the fluid infusion and reduce the crying and parents’ worries.