The “big monitor” in the cabin hospital

2022-06-14 0 By

Changchun March 30, Xinhua News Agency (reporter Zhao Dandan)At 5:30 am on Monday, when most of the patients in cabin 5 of changchun International Convention and Exhibition Center’s Makeshift Hospital were still asleep, Su Hailong, a mild COVID-19 patient, got up quietly to start a new day as a volunteer in the makeshift hospital.”The big monitor is coming!”At the nurse desk, the nurses who were on their morning shift saw Su Hairong and greeted her.”Good morning. What’s your mission today?”So hairong said.Su Hairong talks with medical staff at the makeshift hospital of Changchun Convention and Exhibition Center.Born in 1988, Su Hairong lives in a community not far from the Makeshift hospital of Changchun International Convention and Exhibition Center.Su hairong tested positive for NUCLEIC acid in a community nucleic acid test and was identified as a mild COVID-19 patient on Monday. He was transferred to a makeshift hospital at the CONVENTION center and transferred to cabin 5.The convention center Makeshift hospital was originally changchun International convention and Exhibition Center.The Changchun municipal government has transformed several venues into makeshift hospitals, with a total floor area of about 21,000 square meters and a capacity of 1,500 beds.Cabin no. 5, where Su was staying, received the largest number of patients, with a total of 625, and was taken over by 129 medical staff from the Second Hospital of Jilin University.Aerial photo taken on March 15, 2019 shows the interior of a makeshift hospital at Changchun International Convention and Exhibition Center in Changchun, northeast China’s Jilin Province.Xinhua News Agency Song Chunli, deputy director of the department of cardiology at the Second Hospital of Jilin University and medical director of the exhibition cabin 5, told reporters that the first day was like “fighting a war”.On March 17, the Second Hospital of Jilin University received the task of taking over the makeshift hospital, which was assembled in just one hour.It was dusk when the medical staff arrived at the station, and they had one-on-one training at the first time. Each team member had completed the standard process of putting on and taking off protective clothing for at least 20 times, and they were all sweating with fatigue.Until three or four o ‘clock in the morning of the 18th, all staff finally passed the assessment.Too late to rest, the medical team received an entry call at 4 a.m.Medical staff of the Second Hospital of Jilin University check the body of a patient in the makeshift hospital.(Photo provided by interviewee) There was no time to think. Groups of patients had arrived one after another, including information entry, admission education, bed arrangement, medical history inquiry and medical treatment…The medical team treated the first 320 patients within a few hours.In one day, all 625 beds in square Cabin no. 5 were filled.Su Hairong was among them.She found her bed, arranged her belongings briefly, and began to look at the makeshift hospital she had only heard about on the news.Rows of beds are arranged neatly, partitions dividing the ward into “double rooms”.Lin Yang, deputy director of the outpatient Department of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Diagnosis and Treatment Center of the Second Hospital of Jilin University, is the organizing committee member of the temporary Party branch of no.5 Square cabin. When patients enter the cabin, she specially arranges the elderly and patients with complicated conditions in the position close to the nursing station, the family in the adjacent bed, and the students in a relatively quiet and independent area…In order to facilitate management, she divided 625 beds into 14 grids for grid management.”The medical staff is on shift and the number of staff is limited. They are not only responsible for medication and treatment, but also responsible for the food and daily life of more than 600 people. They are simply too busy.””In order to better serve patients, we asked people to choose their own area grid leaders to help medical staff with daily management,” Lin said.Su Hairong took the initiative to apply for the grid length of 13 grids.She will assist and cooperate with medical staff to collect daily information of patients, distribute daily necessities, clean up, calm down emotions, upload and distribute…Every day, Su hairong kept walking, at most a day from 1 grid to 13 grid back and forth more than 20 times.Su Hairong was quick in her work, clear in her expression, enthusiastic and not afraid of hard work. Gradually, she became an “important person” among the 14 grid leaders and a “big monitor” in the No.5 square cabin.Su Hairong helps medical staff distribute fruit in the makeshift hospital of the Convention and Exhibition Center.”Lunch is here!”With a greeting, more than 600 lunches were transported to no. 5 square cabin. Su worked closely with the grid leaders to deliver the lunch boxes to each patient at the fastest speed.When it was my turn to eat, the meal was already cold.”This is nothing compared to what the medical staff are doing.My biggest wish is that all the patients can recover soon and the epidemic will end soon.I am confident that we can pull through.”So far, more than 100 patients have been discharged from the exhibition no. 5 cabin. On July 29, Su Hairong also received his own good news: he tested negative for nucleic acid twice and qualified for discharge.(Zhao Dandan)