We will protect you if you stay on the front line.Xinhua chest pain center successfully rescued the anti-epidemic personnel

2022-05-28 0 By

Since April, the Chest Pain Center of Xinhua Hospital affiliated to The School of Medicine of Shanghai Jiao Tong University has received first aid from staff at the forefront of the fight against COVID-19.”They are on the front line, let us protect them,” said Zhang Li, party secretary of the department of cardiovascular Medicine at Xinhua Hospital affiliated to Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine and director of the second department of cardiology.The patient, a 41-year-old man surnamed Li, lives in Hongkou district, where he works at the district government’s Urban Operation management Center to coordinate complaints.The workload for Li and his colleagues suddenly increased and the pressure doubled after the outbreak became severe in March.On March 30, he began to live in the unit, but did not expect that since the day of the 31st, he began to feel suffocated on the left chest, good and bad, more obvious at night.At 3 o ‘clock in the morning of April 2, Mr. Li suddenly felt severe chest pain accompanied by great sweat, hurriedly dozen “120” after being sent to xinhua hospital.After admission through emergency green channel, ecg showed myocardial ischemia, chest pain symptoms could not be relieved after anti-platelet, coronary dilation and other drugs, and serum troponin significantly increased, blood pressure once decreased to 80/60mmHg.Sun Yinggang, deputy chief physician of the second cardiovascular department, diagnosed acute inferior wall myocardial infarction after serious medical history inquiry.Mr. Li has a history of coronary heart disease, recently because of busy work did not take medicine on time, induced the accident.Sun Yinggang immediately reported the situation to The director of the department, Professor Zhang Li, and immediately started the procedures of the chest pain center, and made preoperative preparations according to the requirements of the hospital for epidemic prevention and control.In the treatment of acute myocardial infarction, time is the heart, time is life.Although the patient’s nucleic acid has been reported for more than 24 hours, the official nucleic acid results are still not available that day.After evaluating the critical degree of his condition, Director Zhang Decided to carry out emergency coronary intervention surgery in emergency condition immediately, and do a good job of isolation and protection throughout the whole process.The operation was carried out by Zhu Weiguo, deputy chief physician, and Dr. Xiangyin. Despite the heavy lead clothes and airtight protective clothing, the operation still had to be rapid despite the eye mask mask.The rescue went on smoothly…Final coronary angiography revealed 95% stenosis of the proximal right coronary artery with acute plaque rupture, which was the culprit.Doctors immediately implanted a drug-coated stent on the right side of the disease, and the patient turned the corner.To ensure his safety, doctors transferred Mr. Li to a separate buffer zone in the cardiovascular intensive care unit for transitional observation.The next day, the patient’s nucleic acid test was officially negative, and Mr. Li was transferred to a general ward.On April 7, after the careful treatment and nursing of the cardiology team, Mr. Li recovered smoothly and went home.”We are all distressed to hear that people on the front line are suffering from emergencies.””The epidemic is the most intense, and everyone will face more pressure,” zhang said. “We hope that only when everyone is tired, can we protect ourselves and take care of ourselves, so that we can fight the epidemic in a better state.”He said that during the epidemic, we must adjust our mentality, patients with chronic cardiovascular disease must take medicine on time, and call for help and rush to the hospital when experiencing chest pain and discomfort.It is reported that since puxi lockdown began on April 1, the Chest pain Center of Xinhua Hospital has completed emergency operations for more than 10 patients with myocardial infarction. Most of them have chronic disease basis, and some are induced by excessive fatigue and anxiety.Column chief editor: Gu Yong source: Author: Huang Yangzi Shi Jiaqi