China-Viral Pneumonia/Hospital Tour

Wuhan hospital medic reveals thorough treatment procedures for coronavirus patients

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Wuhan City, Hubei Province, central China - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Facade of Jinyintan Hospital
2. Wu Wenjuan, ICU director of Jinyintan Hospital, walking to door
UPSOUND (Chinese) Wu Wenjuan, ICU director, Jinyintan Hospital:
"Going through the first glass door, you'll enter our dressing areas."
3. Wu opening door
4. Various of Wu putting on mask, protective suit, shoe covers, gloves
5. Wu pointing to sign on ground reading (Chinese) "potentially contaminated area"
UPSOUND (Chinese) Wu Wenjuan, ICU director, Jinyintan Hospital:
"Going through the second glass door is our potentially contaminated area."
6. Various of Wu walking
7. Wu introducing air filter equipment for negative pressure room
UPSOUND (Chinese) Wu Wenjuan, ICU director of Jinyintan Hospital:
"The two sides are our air filtered rooms. We can see, [by pressing the button], the blower will work."
8. Various of Wu walking through rooms
9. Wu introducing disinfection machine
UPSOUND (Chinese) Wu Wenjuan, ICU director, Jinyintan Hospital:
"This is our ultraviolet disinfection machine."
10. Wu walking in special sealed-off ward, glass screen showing treatment room
11. Various of nurses in protective suits working, medical equipment
12. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Wu Wenjuan, ICU director, Jinyintan Hospital (starting with shot 11)(with reporter asking questions):
"This is our treatment area. She is performing various operations for the treatment, and recording the times near the patients' bed."
(Reporter:" Only she stays in there?")
"Yes. She works for four hours and changes shift. A nurse goes out and another nurse goes in. They'll do a work handover. While giving emergency treatment to a patient, we also have some nurses outside of the room to help her [if required]."
13. Medical equipment
14. Disinfection cabinet
15. Doctors, nurses in protective gear working in ward
UPSOUND (Chinese) Wu Wenjuan, ICU director, Jinyintan Hospital:
"In this ward, we can see every room has two units. These patients get respiratory support and medical support."
16. Various of medical equipment, nurse working in ward
17. Patient on bed (face obscured for privacy), doctors in ICU
UPSOUND (Chinese) Wu Wenjuan, ICU director, Jinyintan Hospital (with reporter asking questions):
"This is our ICU."
(Reporter: "How many patients are here?")
"We have seven now."
18. Wu talking with nurse through wireless intercom
19. Records on computer, medical staff working
20. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Wu Wenjuan, ICU director, Jinyintan Hospital (starting with shot 19):
"The casebook is the patient's file. Taking detailed notes is very valuable for regression analysis, big data analysis and collection in the future."
21. Computer screen

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A medic at the Jinyintan Hospital in central China's Wuhan City has offered a behind-the-scenes look into the thorough procedures of treating patients who contracted the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), highlighting the extreme levels of caution and care being implemented in the treatment of the virus.

The hospital is one of nine specialist medical facilities designated for treating pneumonia patients in Wuhan following the outbreak of the new coronavirus in the city. From their journey from the hospital's regular wards right through to the intensive care unit (ICU), doctors are strictly following protocol, putting on full protective suits and applying disinfectant while going through the different areas all the way to the sealed-off ICU ward.

Wu Wenjuan, the Jinyintan Hospital's ICU director, allowed a China Central Television (CCTV) reporter limited access into the special ward, offering a look into the extensive treatment procedures which are being carried out inside.

Wu showed how medical staff are required to suit-up in full protective gear in the first dressing area, including shoe covers, gloves and a thick N95 mask. Walking through a glass door, the second zone is regarded as a "potentially contaminated area" where doctors pass through a specially air-filtered room and then an ultraviolet disinfection zone before they are permitted to enter the ICU treatment area.

Wu then offered the reporter a glimpse into the quarantined ward, where a nurse could be seen through a glass screen taking care of patients inside. Staff are able to communicate with the nurses inside using hand-held radios.

"She is performing various operations for the treatment, and recording the times near the patients' bed. She works four hours and changes shift. A nurse goes out and another nurse goes in. They'll do a work handover. While giving emergency treatment to a patient, we also have some nurses outside of the room to help her [if required]," said Wu.

The ICU is well equipped with breathing apparatus, medical machinery, and medicines, with every patient under 24-hour supervision by a team of nurses who work around the clock. Doctors and nurses are also carefully monitoring and making thorough notes on every patient's condition.

"The casebook is the patient's file. Taking detailed notes is very valuable for regression analysis, big data analysis and collection in the future," said Wu.

The mysterious pneumonia outbreak was first reported in Wuhan City of central China's Hubei Province in December, with the virus then spreading to several other Chinese cities and abroad in recent days.

A total of 440 confirmed cases of pneumonia caused by the novel coronavirus have been reported across the country by the end of Tuesday.

The cases have resulted in nine deaths, all in central China's Hubei Province, said Li Bin, deputy director of the National Health Commission (NHC), at a press conference on Wednesday.

The commission and related departments have launched a joint prevention and control working mechanism to deal with the epidemic.

Wuhan has also stepped up preventative measures city-wide in order to curb the spread of the virus, while Hubei Province announced it has launched a second class emergency plan for public health emergencies.

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China-Viral Pneumonia/Hospital Tour

Wuhan hospital medic reveals thorough treatment procedures for coronavirus patients

Dateline : Recent

Location : China

Duration : 2'58

  • English
  • Français
  • العربية
  • Pусский
  • 日本語


Wuhan City, Hubei Province, central China - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Facade of Jinyintan Hospital
2. Wu Wenjuan, ICU director of Jinyintan Hospital, walking to door
UPSOUND (Chinese) Wu Wenjuan, ICU director, Jinyintan Hospital:
"Going through the first glass door, you'll enter our dressing areas."
3. Wu opening door
4. Various of Wu putting on mask, protective suit, shoe covers, gloves
5. Wu pointing to sign on ground reading (Chinese) "potentially contaminated area"
UPSOUND (Chinese) Wu Wenjuan, ICU director, Jinyintan Hospital:
"Going through the second glass door is our potentially contaminated area."
6. Various of Wu walking
7. Wu introducing air filter equipment for negative pressure room
UPSOUND (Chinese) Wu Wenjuan, ICU director of Jinyintan Hospital:
"The two sides are our air filtered rooms. We can see, [by pressing the button], the blower will work."
8. Various of Wu walking through rooms
9. Wu introducing disinfection machine
UPSOUND (Chinese) Wu Wenjuan, ICU director, Jinyintan Hospital:
"This is our ultraviolet disinfection machine."
10. Wu walking in special sealed-off ward, glass screen showing treatment room
11. Various of nurses in protective suits working, medical equipment
12. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Wu Wenjuan, ICU director, Jinyintan Hospital (starting with shot 11)(with reporter asking questions):
"This is our treatment area. She is performing various operations for the treatment, and recording the times near the patients' bed."
(Reporter:" Only she stays in there?")
"Yes. She works for four hours and changes shift. A nurse goes out and another nurse goes in. They'll do a work handover. While giving emergency treatment to a patient, we also have some nurses outside of the room to help her [if required]."
13. Medical equipment
14. Disinfection cabinet
15. Doctors, nurses in protective gear working in ward
UPSOUND (Chinese) Wu Wenjuan, ICU director, Jinyintan Hospital:
"In this ward, we can see every room has two units. These patients get respiratory support and medical support."
16. Various of medical equipment, nurse working in ward
17. Patient on bed (face obscured for privacy), doctors in ICU
UPSOUND (Chinese) Wu Wenjuan, ICU director, Jinyintan Hospital (with reporter asking questions):
"This is our ICU."
(Reporter: "How many patients are here?")
"We have seven now."
18. Wu talking with nurse through wireless intercom
19. Records on computer, medical staff working
20. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Wu Wenjuan, ICU director, Jinyintan Hospital (starting with shot 19):
"The casebook is the patient's file. Taking detailed notes is very valuable for regression analysis, big data analysis and collection in the future."
21. Computer screen


A medic at the Jinyintan Hospital in central China's Wuhan City has offered a behind-the-scenes look into the thorough procedures of treating patients who contracted the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), highlighting the extreme levels of caution and care being implemented in the treatment of the virus.

The hospital is one of nine specialist medical facilities designated for treating pneumonia patients in Wuhan following the outbreak of the new coronavirus in the city. From their journey from the hospital's regular wards right through to the intensive care unit (ICU), doctors are strictly following protocol, putting on full protective suits and applying disinfectant while going through the different areas all the way to the sealed-off ICU ward.

Wu Wenjuan, the Jinyintan Hospital's ICU director, allowed a China Central Television (CCTV) reporter limited access into the special ward, offering a look into the extensive treatment procedures which are being carried out inside.

Wu showed how medical staff are required to suit-up in full protective gear in the first dressing area, including shoe covers, gloves and a thick N95 mask. Walking through a glass door, the second zone is regarded as a "potentially contaminated area" where doctors pass through a specially air-filtered room and then an ultraviolet disinfection zone before they are permitted to enter the ICU treatment area.

Wu then offered the reporter a glimpse into the quarantined ward, where a nurse could be seen through a glass screen taking care of patients inside. Staff are able to communicate with the nurses inside using hand-held radios.

"She is performing various operations for the treatment, and recording the times near the patients' bed. She works four hours and changes shift. A nurse goes out and another nurse goes in. They'll do a work handover. While giving emergency treatment to a patient, we also have some nurses outside of the room to help her [if required]," said Wu.

The ICU is well equipped with breathing apparatus, medical machinery, and medicines, with every patient under 24-hour supervision by a team of nurses who work around the clock. Doctors and nurses are also carefully monitoring and making thorough notes on every patient's condition.

"The casebook is the patient's file. Taking detailed notes is very valuable for regression analysis, big data analysis and collection in the future," said Wu.

The mysterious pneumonia outbreak was first reported in Wuhan City of central China's Hubei Province in December, with the virus then spreading to several other Chinese cities and abroad in recent days.

A total of 440 confirmed cases of pneumonia caused by the novel coronavirus have been reported across the country by the end of Tuesday.

The cases have resulted in nine deaths, all in central China's Hubei Province, said Li Bin, deputy director of the National Health Commission (NHC), at a press conference on Wednesday.

The commission and related departments have launched a joint prevention and control working mechanism to deal with the epidemic.

Wuhan has also stepped up preventative measures city-wide in order to curb the spread of the virus, while Hubei Province announced it has launched a second class emergency plan for public health emergencies.

ID : 8133446

Published : 2020-01-22 16:49

Last Modified : 2020-01-24 09:50:18

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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