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were officially announced on August 19. According to people’s daily.com, a total of 80 doctors were selected. More than 30 of them had been infected in Wuhan. There are two winners from Sichuan Province, they are Wang Wentao, chief physician of liver surgery, West China Hospital of Sichuan University, and Chen Hong, director and chief physician of Department of critical medicine, Chengdu public health center.

Wang Wentao

the chief physician of liver surgery of West China Hospital of Sichuan University

with oxygen mask challenges “insect cancer”,

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↑ Wang Wentao

on December 16, 2016, the world’s first peak operation of liver surgery at high altitude was declared successful in Ganzi people’s Hospital at an altitude of 2900 meters. Yong Zhang, 22, left the hospital and went home. 20 days ago, in Ganzi people’s Hospital, the liver transplantation medical team from West China Hospital of Sichuan University performed autologous liver transplantation for her, which completely cured her of late alveolar hydatidosis. This is also a successful case of high altitude liver surgery at an altitude of more than 2500 meters.

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hydatidosis, also known as echinococcosis, is a chronic parasitic disease, because of its high mortality, also known as “insect cancer”.

“plateau area is lack of oxygen, the other is hardware conditions are not satisfied.” Wang Wentao said. On November 25, 2016, the operation was carried out as scheduled, and the operation lasted until more than 2 a.m. the next day, which took almost 15 hours.

“operation is too physical.” Wang Wentao said that the high altitude reaction is serious, he was wearing an oxygen mask to do the operation. The liver transplantation team led by Professor Wang Wentao of

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conquered the forbidden zone of “insect cancer” surgery here, ending the era of “no cure for insect cancer” in plateau area.

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is only a fragment of Wang Wentao’s long-term work in the plateau. Two years ago, Red Star News reporter met Wang Wentao at a remote consultation. As an expert of West China Hospital of Sichuan University, he guided Kangding local hospital to treat hydatid patients through 5g technology. On August 19, this year, on the doctor’s day, Red Star News reporter learned that Wang Wentao was fighting in the front line of the plateau when he won the “Chinese doctor Award”.

according to the relevant staff of West China Hospital of Sichuan University, Wang Wentao is the chief physician, professor and doctoral supervisor of the liver surgery department of the hospital. He serves as the deputy chairman of the professional committee of hepatic echinococcosis surgeons of the Chinese Medical Association and the appointed chairman of the echinococcosis special committee of the Sichuan Medical Association. He is an expert with outstanding contributions in Sichuan Province and the academic technology of Sichuan health and Family Planning Commission A leader or leader. He has won the first prize of Sichuan Science and Technology Progress Award in 2008, the first prize of Huaxia Medical Science and Technology Award in 2011, and the second prize of science and technology progress award of Ministry of education in 2011.

according to reports, liver hydatid disease is difficult to be treated by traditional surgical scheme. After exploration, Wang Wentao successfully applied “extracorporeal liver resection combined with autologous liver transplantation” in the treatment of advanced echinococcosis. This operation is to remove the liver from the body, remove the focus in vitro, repair, and then transplant the remaining liver back into the body. Only a few hospitals in the world can carry out this technology.

at present, Wang Wentao has to complete hundreds of radical operations for hydatid disease every year. Many original surgical techniques are widely recognized and applied in the world, creating many world miracles.

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Chen Hong

director and chief physician

of Chengdu Public Health Center In January 16th, novel coronavirus pneumonia was received by Chengdu public health center in January 16th. Chen Hong did not hesitate to lead all medical staff in the two critical wards to the first line of “epidemic prevention”. Novel coronavirus pneumonia was interviewed by Chen Hong, a reporter who had interviewed

in the hospital. He learned that Chen Hong had been a hospital since, and the average sleep time was less than 4 hours a day. At night, if the patient’s condition changes, she will rush to the ward as soon as possible to guide the rescue work.

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need to wear protective equipment with strong airtight and poor air permeability every time they enter the ward. She will patiently and carefully answer the questions of patients and relieve their anxiety every time she rounds. She spent too much time in the ward. Every time she came out of the ward, her clothes were soaked with sweat. She wore N95 mask for a long time, and her face often had deep indentation and did not disperse for a long time.

“if I’m scared, what about our doctors and nurses?” Chen Hong said.

she couldn’t forget that the youngest female doctor in the team said with tears in her eyes that she wanted to go home early to make up for her son’s two-year-old birthday when the epidemic was over. Chen Hong knows that she can never relax. She always sticks to her post, leading the team members to treat each ward round seriously and understand the first-hand information of each patient.

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, when Chen Hong declared that the virus in Sichuan’s first new crown pneumonia was completely disappearing and the virus nucleic acid reexamination was negative, all patients saw the hope of “living”. The cure provided valuable experience for the whole team.

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are the backbone of the business from “SARS” in 2003 to “bird flu” in 2006 to treatment in earthquake stricken areas in 2008. In addition, she was the attending doctor of the first case of influenza A (H1N1) in mainland China in 2009, treating 271 confirmed cases of influenza A and hundreds of suspected cases. She worked with her colleagues to heal and discharge the patient.

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in 2017, Chen Hong once again participated in the emergency treatment of h7n9 (“avian influenza”) and stayed in the hospital for five days and five nights for the longest time, with only 12 hours of rest. It is understood that in all previous public health emergencies, Chen Hong is always at the forefront.

Hu Ting, Wang Tuo, a red star journalist from West China Hospital of Sichuan University and Chengdu Public Health Center